Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 11, 1954 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 11, 1954
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HOM Sf Al t -HOM, ARKANiAt .for every illness! Send a cheery GIBSON Get'Well Card from our complete selection. i hove a complete stock GIBSON Cards for SYery occasion. Don't forger, Send a greeting card ! them. tSMOKERS We carry a complete stock sof cigars, cigarettes, pipes, vtpbacco, lighters and every ng you will need. JACK'S ews Stand YoUr ' Democrat Dealer Continued from Page One Before that, however he was entrusted with the ticklish deciston— political as well as military—of negotiating with Marshal Badoglio for an airborne operation against j Rome in September 1943. That was before Italy had surrendered. Tay- I lor was smuggled, into the city! under the noses of two German divisions stationed nearby. Incidentally, he ruled against the proposed operation. Ever since he was .1 young officer, he has been in posts around the world that threw him in contact with problems of diplomacy 'and international relations.' He speaks French, Spanish and Jap anese, and picked up a \voiking knowledge of Chinese while he Was stationed in Peiping. « Now he is, studying Korean, His primary job over there today is, of coltrse, the military dispositions of the 8th Army. In addition however, ho initU't- ed and obtained the funds for a program of reconstruction and rehabilitation. He administers that program. He also started an education program in the Army directed mainly toward raising the educational level of the non-commissioned officers, the kingpins of any Army. He visits the classrooms incessant ly and keeps a constant check on the progress. Finally, he deals directly with President, Syngman Hhee and the South Korean government. In that GRADUATING IN KANSAS CITY after completing the seventh annual building materials Institute sponsored by the Southwestern Lumbermen's association will be Warren H. Gunter, Jr. of Hope Arkansas. Pictured left to right are James C. Robinson, Jr., Little Rock, Arkansas; Gordon L. Pauley, Lincoln, Nebraska; Carl Holoch, York, Nebraska; aid Gunter. Senate Opproval Continued from Page One pass the House bill with little or 10 change. Several Republicans on the com- nittee said they would go along [with the excise reductions. Chairman Millikin (R-CoJo) Piles'Pain Grieved Him- This Relieved Him: He dlncovcred paln-noolhlnK, plle-«hrlnklnK TM (Thofnton I Minor) Ointment formula, developed by doctor* at America's lending r«}l»l-sp«:!/i)l»t htiiptUl! So fust, inothlng, mfe those doctor* use 'I'M Olntmrut for relief of .patient*•who com* to them for' >urglcnl treatment. Work* wohderi for nimple ca»c». Auk ctrURKlnt for TM (Thornton & Minor) Rectal Ointment' find Suppoaltorlei— fl.OO tube or package. Of the Finance Committee declined to disclose his position. But he said he would call his group together promptly, perhaps tomorrow. to start work on the bill, against the approaching expiration date. There were indications today that the administration, which had hoped at least to scale down the excise reductions in the Senate, might instead wind up trying to head off further revenue 1 losses. Geoitge said in th<> interview that ihc would not try to attack to the excise bill his proposal.for a drastic cut in personal income taxes by raising exemption.; of each taxpayer and his dependent. He said he would save this for the 875-page general tax revision measure which the House starts to debate next Wednesday. task, he is little different from an ambassador. He is a soft spoken man, by nature but he can be tough as nails in these 'negotiations. Taylor is typical of -America's "new Army." Local Man Completes Lumber Course Warren H. Gunter, Jr., partner- Children Are Smuggled Out of E. Germany BE.RLIN (UP) — A youns Har had smuggled the daughters of his German born wife t ofrecdom from behind the Iron Curtain where they were being taught to hate America by their grandfather, a . fanatic Communist leader. Peter Grimes, '.i2. of Belmont. Mass., braved the threat of arrest and long imprisonment by Soviets in East Germany to rescue the two girls. ^Grimes said in an exclusive inter view that he entered Ear.1 Ger many with a 10 day visa but remained there four months while he and his wife won the children's confidence. Then Grimes risked his life by slipping into West Berlin with the young girls. U. S. officials confirmed Grimes' story of how he and his wife, Irm gard. saved the children from com mUnism. Grimes and his wife. Trmgard, won the children over by promising to take them to a. Gregory Pork movie and buy them » police clog in America. Grimes had been in East Gcr many four months. 110 days ille gaily without a visa, before some . . Germans in the' small *mvn of Nas ship owner of the Gunter Retail I senhcide became suspicious. Ai She married Grimes om year la ter and her father Paul Schroed ern stubbornly refused to permit the children to leave Communist territory and trow up as Ameri cans. "Why swim ap.iinst the tide" ,Grimes said Schrocdern had asked vard graduate disclosed today hp him. "The future belongs to com .power and head of the Communist military government headquarters run coopera tive organization for in Berlin. | tne Qranienburg region, they wnnt ed to visit East Germany in the hope of settling down there. munism. Come here and live." , Gaincs and his wife did. Thry| told Schrocder, a local Communist 1 CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beet cut and wrapped for deep freese. Blood for fish bait. See Ralph Montgomery Phone t-3361 Lumber company has attended a 5-week course in the processes and products of lumber yards. The classwork was given at the University of Kansas City under the sponsorship of the Southwestern rest seemed near, so Grimes and his wife fled. Their safe arrival in the West with the girls, Monicn, 14 and Eve lyn 11, .ended a three year campaign by Crimes and his wife to But other Derriocratic | Lumbermen's association. In addi-1 gel their children away from tho> senators | tion to ., (;u]1 scne dule of classroom ' Reds, boost who want the exemptions DOOSI- | work , scvcral field tripS were madc j Mrs . Grimes' first husban-1 wns ed Sa ' d J, 3n ! a ^ y ^"f.L^'lto Plants turning out the products Skilled in the war and she emi^ n Jl. 4~ *ufl which lumber yards handle, so the' ed to the United State;; in SKIRT AND BLOUSE , wv V'HV/' PROMOTION < You'll* Want to srTop early for these blouses and skirts. This special promotion' 1s,i,for,,vtWo days''"6n|y Friday and Saturday, March 12 and 13. Buy several , -of these and save'. Ideal for now and Easter. t W * ^ Ladies New Spring BLOUSES These pretty blouses are in Rayon, Nylon, Cotton and Jersey. Assorted colors and styles. Complete range of sizes. Hurry for these. , Values to $1.98 ^ Others... 98c to $3.95 BUY NOW FOR SPRING Use Our Convenient "LAY-AWAY" PLAN Ladies Beautiful New Spring SKIRTS Jade Shepnrd and Bob Skinner wore the 1 homo run hitlers. Shut out until tho eighth, the Brooklyn Dodgers scored six limes to tin tho score then pushed ovor a run in tho llth to defeat tho Phillies Phillies' You'll want several of these smart- skirts. Rayon, Cotton, Pique, Glazed Prints, Sizes 22 to 30. Buy several at this low prise. Values to $1,98 $1.44 Others - . $1 ,98 to $3.95 an amendment to when the excise bill gets to floor. They /said also that they may seek to cut more excises, such as those on television and radio sets. Raschi Shows Good Form for Cards By BEN OLAN Associated Press Sports Writer Chalk one up for Vic Raschi today —and the St. Louis Cardinals too. "I think I can help them a lot," Saschi repeatedly has said since the Rcdbirds purchased htm from tho New York Yankees. Yesterday, he showed he wasn't kidding. Making his debut for'the National Leaguers, the 35-year-old right-hander limited thiv' Chicago White Sox to two hits in the four innings he worked as the Cardi nals eked out a 7-5 victory. Using his fast ball sparingly, but effectively mising up curves and changes of pace, he gave up a home run to Eddie Stewart and a double to Bob Boyd in the first inning, then held the Chisox hitless in the next thron frames. "I'm myself again for the first time in four years,'' ho said afterwards. "I feel I can work more often ^han I did last season." Because Raschi needed four and sometimes five days rest between starts in 1953, many observers felt that the Cardinals paid too *" e ' trainee could see the various steps j after in their manufacture. —— Gunter visited the Sheffield Steel corporation, Old American Roof- j | ing mill, American Sash & Door copany, City National Bank. Cook Paint & Varnish company and the planning division of the J. C. Nichols company. Allen T. Flint, secretary-manager of the Southwestern Lumbermen's association, said the curriculum i'or the course contained forty- eight studies, each taught by a specialist in his field. At the Sheffield Steel plant, Gunter saw steel being poured at the open hearth, watched .wire rods converted into Sheffield fencing and wire nails and heard W. O, Buffe of the company explain the myriad operations of this "department store of steel." "This entire course has been ex- cellen training." Gunter said. "It has prepared me much better to serve our customers." Gunter was one of thirty-three men from five states to receive a diploma at graduation . exercises March a at the Hotel Muehlebach in Kansas City. Ernie Mehl of the Star was the. principal speaker. working for the American Mod* from che!«» vegetable oils blend' ed with fol-fr*» milk, cream, and nriched wilh 15,000 units of Vitamin A It's what we hear from Mrs. John Mickert of Brooklyn and women from all over the U. S. Proof enough that they can taste tho difference cream makes. Why not make your own taste test, today. ~ DISTRIBUTED BY: C. FINKBEINER, INC., LITTLE ROCK, ARK. SHOP BARREY'S THIS WEEK END AND SAVE ! ! for much (reportedly $80.000) "once a week" pitcher. Plagued by an ailing knee, he won on'y 13 games for the Yankees 1 ast year after complins 10 victories in 1952 and 21 in '51. Bobby Shanlz, another questipn mark pitcher, also made his spring debut, but he wasn't nearly so successful as Raschf. Sidelined moat of last season with a sore arm, the pint-sued Philadelphia Athletics' left-hander gave up three Cincinnati runs in three innings. He was touched for a home run by third bnsern:m Charley Harmon, a double by Ted Kluzewski and singles by Gracly Halton, Bob Borkowski and McMillan. Philadelphia \von Roy the gamo 4-3 on a ninth-inning squeeze bunt by rookie Forrest Jacobs. At Sarasota, ,Fla., pmclvViitter Billy Goodman's single in the seventh drove in two runs as the Boston Hed Sox topped the Mil waukee Braves 3-2 for the fourth straight triumph. Henry Aaron walloped a home rui for the Braves. Outsielder Jim Fridley hit a ninth-inning home run, at Tucson, Ariz,, to give the unbeaten Baltimore Orioles a 2-1 decision over the Cleveland Indians. Veto-ran Howard Fox was the wim.inj.' pit cher. Tho Pittsburgh Pirate; exploded Pardoned to Take Care of Family LITTLE ROCK I/PI — Gov. Francis Cherry today pardoned an Arkansas convict of three 25ycar-ol.l kansas so the man can return to live with his aged mother and crippled brother. The recipient is William Hurst, who originally was sent to Tucker Prison Farm in 3929. • The .pardons will make Hurst eligible for parole on another charge at the April 7 meeting of FREE! NO LIMIT FREE! , You get can vegetables FREE this week end at Barry's when you buy 1 Can of DERBY PLAIN CHILI ..„„,.„,*.., 33c You may have One of the Following Six: Items FREE PORK & BEANS No. 303 Can Black Eyed Peas Fresh No. 303 Can GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Del Monte No. 2 Can WHITE HOMINY No. 303 Can TURNIPS & GREENS No. 2 Can ORANGE JUICE Del Monte No. 2 Can EXTRA SPECIAL With the purchase of 3 cans of DERBY TAMALES for only 60c you get a Pound box of NABISCO CRACKERS FREE!! the State Parole Board. Harry F. Hurst, brother of Wil liam, wrote that he was forced to undergo an amputation of one leg last November and that William Hurst was needed to live with him and their mother, B4, at their home on Route 1, Camden. William Hurst escaped from Tucker Farm on Nov. 28 1929 while serving one year for grand larceny in Ouachita County. He was captured and returned in October, 1930. After his return he was sentenced to an additional six month? from Jefferson. County for the es cape, to an additional one year from the same county for grand larceny and to an additional five years from Ouachita 1 County for robbery. In .1931, Hurst again escaped— this time from the Tucker hospital — and was not recaptured, until 19f)l when he was returned to the penitentiary from Enid, Okla. Cherry pardoned Hurst of all Tho Pittsburgh firnto; exploded ~'"-\'j. ^,. «».-.« «"•-' «•• -•• for flvc homers «* they defeated convictions except the live year the Detroit Tifiers 8-1. Sid Gw . don, Fran), Thomas, Jony Lynch, . erm and the convlpt w» I bo 7-8. R,obin big winner, Philadelphia RtJbarts, the blanked the Brooks for five inn ings. Pinch-hitter Lew Berberet's sacrifice lly in tho ninth drove in the winning run as tho Yankees edged Senators 43 NH- jjro catcher ElsUm Howard tripled home t\vo of the Yankees three runs in the fourth. At Mesa, Ariz., Ralph Kiiier hit two home runs, one with the bases loaded, to lead the Ctucajo Cubs to a 10-7 victory over the New meeting of on this al the next the Parole Board. FOLGERS COFFEE 2 c . 1.89 PURE HONEY Large 2 t 49c SUGAR GODCHAUX 10 " 89c Top Radio Programs NEW YORK (.Vi — Selected pro- Knows Best; 8:35 Records; 9:35 Jane grams tonight: 7:30 Father Eddie Cantor PicUens. CBS — G:30 Choraliors 7:30 Junior Miss; 9 ABC — 8 Whiteman Varieties, 0:15 Income Tax, MBS 7:30 Crime Fighters 8:30 My Little Margie. Superstition The number 13" may have superstitious overtones because a cell, pr a "coven," of devotees under the p» e-Chustian. pagan I rite always numbeicd 13 pei fJorth Carolina produced .about a, j accord ing ti the JEJsipyclopedia "",000 P0un,d& pf hpjjey MEATS GOOD GRADE CHUCK ROAST Lb. 29c ALL MEAT MIXED SAUSAGE 3u»89c GOOD FRESH CALF LIVER u 39c Fresh Dressed, Cut Up BUFFALO FISH u, 49c EXTRA SPECIAL BOLOGNA Lb. 25c GOOD STEW MEAT 3 u* 89c YELLOW RIPE BANANAS 2^25c EXTRA SPECIAL LEMONS DO, 29c CELLO BAG CARROTS Each lOc SPECIAL —YELLOW ONIONS Lb. 5c NO, 1 RED Potatoes 10u».25c ^^^•I^^Wr _*^^y ^^^ f^pff ^F^ ^^^ TF^ i i i^^w ^^HBBB^^ GROCERY and MARKET 111 South Main We Deliver Phone 7-4404

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