Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 23, 1954 · Page 26
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-IfA** H6f»l, ARKANSAS Finds Hate Groups Are All Loathesome .Sj-.^ff-V . .. By JAME$ MABLo'vk.-i .... , Associated Preeg -'M»y*I' AftilySt WASHINGTON- (*) JfHf" 3 '•'•'Motifs, tTh-AmcrJe?.n ActiviUls 'dimmittee divertihg . tyrT:a'~'.tinl£ 0 *.fr~orh its, rearch for Cpmrnunists ' to !obk fbr Fi.?cists and "haters" ; has i found lte ell equally idathcsotne. i The cOrrtmitlce hdsi^'V fihislrcd its work in the field of fasdsm --and hate. A prelin-iinai-y report' on / Its iipdings to date says. of. -the 1,'srity between" Communists > -and Fascists; -, '(.-•- •• "Both seek ' to ' destroy/ our^'con* stitutional government ..fend', •st'ip- plr.nt it \vith a gndle'ss 1 dicfrttoVfhip in which the individualVrs^dep'rived oJ hs rights and liberties • 'to' be- I'pme nn abject slf.ve of' the state. '' The oo.mtniUse picks HE examples of Fascist ar.d hate groups, in that order, 'thrso- two 'outfits: 1. The . Nntionil ... Renaissance; arty headed by James H. Ma- kJifa &&,,. time -we realize than ever how much our old and new — XM«iK » A :, ^haqjeweant to_ us jhrqughqut fj^ ^ . • * * • " • • ' and more thari.ever l^kf^e 0 ^ 7 ^ 6 ^^ in Christmas. rStf.S-'iu' f e i,* l F^^*^V ^f* 11 ' f - IVORY " " ' f T, . 3 :, o irn'ilatc the Nazis vith an "elite guard" which wears lightning bolis instead of swastikas on afrr ban8<!,' it 'appeals to violence and holds street meetings whicH often end in stone-flinging; and cells for d fasesit government in the United States. v And this is port of what ths committee reports on. thc.McGin- 2ey group: It preaches hatred 61 Jews anj I^egroes; is pro-Nazi; it calls "Adlai ar.d Ike" Marxist stooges: it user, its publication "slimst exclusively" as a "vehicle for thi exploitation of ignorance, r/rejudice tr.d fpar;" and through the col- tirnns of Common Sens e the Mc- Ginleys "appear to sorve as clearing-house for hate propagan- .dffit's throughout the country." dole, of Beacon, •Y. .'with', a monthly publication cnllesl The Bulletin and a following *of perhaps fewer thaii 700. . • '»•'.:. vowed today ,2. The • "Christian ;/ Educational tven Soviet Assn. headed by ' n father-son team. Condp J. McCinley and C.J. JVJcGinley Jr., of Union, N. J. With a,.-..semi-monthly publication called ^Cfirnmon' Sense. '. .The comrhitteo says ,the Communists ' and Fascists "derive strength by dividing their opposition communism choosing lo set cjass jagainst class while fascism irlcites' racial and 'religious dis- ' d."" It adds: 'Destiile the similariites,between communism .and fascistn their propaganda.to the effect that each :S the foremost opijo'nljn tof the o{her is undoubtedlj''^rns.ior contributor to whatcvei'/s-.ipport each hps been .able to-muster'in our population. . . ''.'• • , t , •As fbr h^ate group's, the committee says they appeal" "to :the unwary by a cynical use of concepts having a deep- emotional '(appeal to the majority of decent citizens — love of God, countr^; home; or antipathy to communism. "Amid protestations }pC patriotism and religiotfs 'dcVption, these groups propagate ,'wrajfos and smears : aimed at : setting creed £.gfrinst creed and race against race," the report says^. , Some of ih.6 same. people write for both/ The Bulletin and Common Senye, according to the corrunittee, which says, "a nitmber of jndividu- als notorious for th'eir efforts to create a nationwide, Fascist organization in the United States in the- l'930s" are - contributing' to McGin- Ify's publication. > This is some--of what the committee says of Madole's Renais- spnce partyt • • ' ^ • ~ •l It 'preaches aflnliration for Hit ler, hatred fbr Jews; it 'tries to Luciano Wants to Be Left Alone • ROME.. -Wl Charles (Lucky) Lliciano, appealing against a police crackdown keeping him off Naples' streets from dusk to dawn, Loves Rob in iSupport of *a Dog Star by WAYNE OLlVefi NEW .YORK MPI — You'd think a glamorous singing'star of musical comedy migh tbe hesitant about piiiying a supporting role lo a dog ftar but pretty Jan Clayton says "I love it." It.was a complete change of pa.ee for Miss Clayton when she took the part of the widowed mother ot a small boy in the filmed "Lassie" show on CES television, after a succession of film and stage musicals. But .slender, vivacious Jan is enthusiastic about the transition "because "acting always was my first love." . r • . "I know I'm a hotter actress lhar. a singer" she continues "Ar.d besides, I've been singing since I was 4, and I'm tired." ' "It's hard to convince anyone in £-how business that a singer can act" she said on a trip here from Hollywood, whore the film is been cast in musical .roles since, until "La-,su* ! clme to I'V. But playing the ; rble. of a mother' war no grea.t change for Jan. Sh3 ana her hi'sband " fcobert Lerner, E>n attorney, hava <four children of their own Sandra 14; Robin 6; Karen, 5 and Joe 4. ' CHIEF, ' KELLER, Tex..; (ttP) Firs Chief M. B. Steyohsprt'was uhus rally unha.pp.y about; a fire today that swegt a cleaning establishment atid destroyed, clothing belonging to 4Q persons 'including the ;hjef. he'd go Russia anywhere if people would just let him alone! After fidgeting for five, hours' in a chilly corridor and fjhElly having a 10-minute session with an interior ministry commission, thr> New York vice- king. decU.red: ''I don't want to stay in this country 'Eny more. I don't feel lika an Italian. I wat to. sco somewhere where I'd. .be left in peace even n Soviet Russia if they want me. '.•• don't care about: politics or any-' hing else. I just want peace.". Luciano said Rlumly he didn't save a chance to' say anything to he board.. ....... , . l "They.didn't let me say a single vordj"'he said: "They, just looked at -me. Then my lawyers said a 'ew words about mp not having done anything in Italy, .and the hey'.told me -to go." No decision, was announced he appeal against' a ruling a month ago.ordering Luciano off the Naples streets from dusk to dawn. Luciano was deported - to .his na- :ive Italy'ih" 1946 following his r'e- lef.se from prison, in .New 'York btate. ! fc^^^^P*1^f"-"^''" f ' ^IviP^^V;/,-v.;T : V r ' l -3df'!*•<' "" • ' i ";',* fc;<v r, D«ertiD«r23,1954 r Mary-Ediia Mdry Harrim Edna Brooks "I've been my favorite actress 'or years," she added with si grin. Another, reason she doesn't mind playing second fiddle to Lassie is 'I love the darn do? so much," although she says, "I know that with a dog and a darling bey liko Tommy Rettig in the program not even my rnolher rvould look et me." Miss Clayton, born in New Mexico, got to Holly we od first by winning a beauty contest but failed to win a: contract with the studio that sponsored it. She did get a week's singing ' engagement along with Maxie Rosenbloom in a supper club and that resulted in roles in several; .Hopalong' Cassidy movies. Curing- the war she did a USQ tour of the Aleutians' and on her return was signed for a lead role with Wallace Beery in "This Man's Navy." .Following, further, overseas tours giving performances for servicemen slip was signed by the Theatre Guild for the part of Julie in "Carousel" on Broadway. She played in.. "Carousel"- for r.ine months and the rjight after closing in that,, one she' opened in •the revival of "Showboat" and had fe^^|;j|,^ iff DEPARTMENT STORE .--•'- .--•'C^''^ V. . ', ' 7 f '•^ , r'- ,\7 »'„' 5 ' s " TO. (TOP) PORTER 4 WISHES 4 j.*-jf^ac** j -«-vi^*- " ( iTj "•' * * * *i 4 ' * 5 V ^ *> < ' u&#* season's Queetinqs V. one with another. In expressing our / Christmas wish may we also add our sin- * AUKANSAI WYLIE Glass & Salvage Co. May the Stat of Bethlehem that guided th$ wise men to the Christ Child shirte for you again this Christmas. May its light of promise gleam softly and steadily over this , bejoved land of ours. May it lead us to [ greater wisdom and goodness in our deal- PI rflThe crew of • Worth- est 'Ofient aJriiher which ftrrWed >h'ight from itong Kong reported eeihg distant shellbiirsts ' after eaving Taupeh Formosa, today Ot Okinawa. !"lt Was nothing to get concerted bout it was so far away," said Walter Bullock of Lakevlew Minn. eteran pilot 0f ' the : foiir-engifte XT4. He said his plane, was over tier when he saW three shell* lirrts to the -fight two about five miles away and one about a mile way after his plane carrying 23 issengers left Taipeh. . . ' •Northwest headquarters in St. Paul, Minn,, had been notified the )kinaWa-bound plane Was fired on n'd a Northwest official in Tokyo ad said it was by Chinese Na< bnallst guns. After hearing Capt. Bullock's re ort a Northwest official here said it must have -b«<in cither practice ; some trigger happy Chinese. It as over Chinese Nationalist ter- itcry at the time." When you burn a ton of coal, a- bbut.2^ tons of carbon dioxide are eleased. . " , ' . "V * ^ ( With J>o.peful hearts, 1 let us raise bur voices" ^ in prayer that /soon afl 7 people ^verywhere_will - come to know and love true Spirit pi! Pj^ristmas ,, fc .the joy" t)iat comesingiving as well as receiving,. fr, ;" ; : / llMORGAN - LINDSEY »«t r< • Airliner Sees Firing Near Formosa Man of Year Title Should Go to Mr. Average American \Vho Is Really Backbone of Nation By HAL BOYLE . NEW YORK —(*. : stranger in worft topcoat came up to me Ss 1 saw at my typewriter with a preoccupied air. • "Excuse me" he said, and as I looked Up with a start, he added Irlnning: '"tild I wake you?" "Certainly not" I said indignant ly. "I wasn^t sleeping. I was thinking." ; '.•What about?" "Well," 1 replied, half- annoyed. "I was about to pick my man of the year candidate. It is one of the chores of colurnning. Every columnist who wants to ,get; ahead In the World has to do fotlr things during the year praise mother hood alert the public to the menace of poison ivy, discover a new sure 'cure for hay fever, and pick rvlc« Gill » (#) Safh Incomes Speaker ot eti Cohgfess cbnvenes «j«* „ t _ n«rt' fadntfi -Ullis the admihlsttatlotfg proposed reduc C.B.Russell Grocery ,'As • f t 1 - •,•. BROS. GRAYDON ANTHONY LUMBER CO. tfe^al^lMjSl."^»Vfri Ji-***S ^fitt^ff^JS^'ITl I,Hill II T Mj3*4*~r* ,f- I 1 .±$$&&# ' the man of the . year." Who you going to pick?" he asked. ... . • . • "I'm In'a quandary" I said. 'I'm torn between. Pope Pius, President 1 ; .Eisenhower, Winston Churchill Pierre Merides-France, and. Carl 'Sandburg.'? : "I . knew. it:". ,'exclaimed the stranger,. taking off his battered hat and throwing it on the floor. "You're just like all the others:" "What do you mean I'm like-all the others'?"' "You're like;'allr the other type- f'jockeys, when they get around to picking :the'man of the year. You always play it safe and give the "nod to' somebody j with a headline name." , . . ; "Is there anything wrong with the men I mentioned?" ; "Not 'a thing 1 ," ' he .admitted: ^ : "They're all fine .men. But they're Valready '. famous; 'They don't reed any more lionOrs; Why not be different?' -Why^don't you. pick a dark horse for man of the year?!' >Wcll,"-I said,' thinkirig'that wa9 a • mixed,' metaphor df I'd :,..'. ever heard lone.." !.'Who .you got in mind mister?"- •:• ••. ;"Mea" ; ,he-said "defiantly.: -"And don?t laugh;" .'..:;';.. • V'Tnv not - laughing" I told him, looking ateund.for help', ''But would you mind ; .telling- me wh'y I .should name 'y'6u'''mian of the- year?" "Don't think I'm riot important," Vie said,' "I'riv 45 years-old, I got two kids in - school I got .a wife. I -also got' a- 3-year-old car .that's p;afd< for- and a -.house, that isn't, but it will be. I got a television set,-- a 1 refrigerator a- radio a washing machine, and $7,500 worth Of insurance.?' •; "Well/bully;.lor you." : VMaybe thai: dpntt impress you.'^ he' sa.id. '', 1 fiut I'-keep all. those thing's; together on. $72.50 fa \v'eek\ Hiid I' giVe; ,tno!jfjey; tp: ;,.the' church and .the Red Cross and the Corn- mbnity-Chest:"''-' r".- : -.' ! • ,' ; ; • "Well, bully:: bully, for you, but" fier you're tops oh rny list,',the real man of the yean"- ' He shook hands started to leave, then turned balk unceftainly. •Anything Wrong?" 1' ISsfted,- ; •; •No" he Said. -T was just tWhk- ihg about ths Jlttle lady. "Aftythliijl gocd t done Was all on account of her, and 1 wouldn't feel fight bet« ting this hanof if" >.-;-,-' "How about us making Her th* v/omah of the year?" 1 6aid.; "How you're refalij- ta?kfhg '—gee, will she be surprised." He , left smiling, but ftS he reached ..the dabr he turned and said, "jroti wouldn't kid me would you? I reallyvwoli't believe it until I see it in the;hews paper." , ;.;!> ' • Well here it is in the newspaper: To Mr. and Mrs. Average. American, mart and woman of the year 1954 and twin bulwarks,of-- a: free world in the terrible and'Wonderful 20th century. ., '• •-•:•• tion In lhe> ««ned force* "mlich loo df iBtiftf*.- He §1*0 said last filgnt that de Jtense apprOfcHstions should be )n< trlfased JftSfrad o! cut. Mis t»rk c'limttXed « Sam Hay bOH> day Ih (Jreehville. the Texas Democtat told a banquet ftUdlcMe! , •• r "THef* •>« thlnfs' tnote import aftt thai balancing the budget We First Winter Day * Mild in Arkansas, By The Associated PreM, Today was the first day -of -winter, officially speaking, but, not the coldest most Arkansas {points'/have seen this season. < s ' Gilbert which .recorded • a- '19-d*- gree temperature r.eaditig, J ,eaj;ly this morning had the previous; to* for the state of 16 degree's oA Dec. ?.-.-. ' i : >" • ,' Other low mercury readings thli morning includ ed 22- degrees at- Batesville 24 at FaycttevilleviS-. at goVto slay' As^ad .as 1 hats taxes, 1 would e to 1^»y '' »n6r« . taxes .to build enses iso," that no international d esper ado Wouid ; date to attack us." . live , AWAHEUMj trails f., (UP)Express agents experienced a little difficulty toAay ttyi«ig;to delivery.present that arrived^ from New Mexico bafitor midge ^Mexican burro. Extend* Hearing on Labor Dispute i}0tt*8 f fll Eisenhower today extended l« 1 the deadline for aft fefjort m & wdfi between Wrtuafljrail 6? tha ta» war The ft«^ bS li to out Mang frttndt and Cui( Esso Standard Oil G rf^J^tj 1 1> \.^n '•W Flippin, 26 at Walnut Ridge, 1 , , at El Dorado 30 at Fort Smith and P,ine Bluff and 35 atr Little Rock and Texarkana. . ..„_,, Skies were fair today and expected to continue so through toy , , "But nothing?." .he. stormed, see you 'still don't know. me. Listen you- payemdht pundit, if it weren't for , me every stibre in America Would .close-, its .doors, every wheel in every facto.ry would stop turn- in|-^-andtliere wouldn't be any eiections nor no "baseball- games Either, I can tell you. Now do you know who I airt?" ; / ; "Your face is familiar, but I'm sorry I don't quite .recall: your '' ' 'Yo'u don't?" he said exasperated.' ."Well,''you should'. -You and thc ! other?ivory domes'.gave ;it to, mcA.- Vih> (the igu'y" you're'; ( always pa.tting ; : r.rt' the back f; in, print apd /?aiiltta-tHe ''dommon'''man,"i the av^ it6ricdn, a^nd oh yes.— —„_ iellpVv.-.Wpll ore : in my I.-:.wint-'.to;"Be, the big fellow." $'' r i<?U}'.'-.y*lu' a^^ '•" I told him, iig aiioUicr l sjieet' id .the morrow, with no important terri perature changes predicted. Liberace Suffers : Heart Strain '-. NEW YORK (UP) ' Liberace.* the pianist, has.'suffered a , , mild and temporary heart strain" It was announced here toda'v*, , ! John R. Jacobs Jr., attorney and spolesman for the TV entertainer said today that "there is no cause whatsoever for concern" for Liberace. Liberace who .parlaye'd'.'can- delbara and piano playing into fortune is presently resting Hollywood. The statement by Jacobs issued after several reports been published that 'Liberace serioii§ly ill. • Jacobs safd: f - s ' • ' -'•"There ig np cause whatsoever ioi'concern, opjthe> ,*ait \pt 'I" ace^s legion of friendsjfor his „ . , sical health. Liberace's exhausting his exacting and prodigious ,wot^ schedule on television and concern «_ performance the Idst three, year* ' made it wise for him to to a thorough physical checkup fore formulating his critCTtainrnent schedule for the year 1955.-' , , » "Liberace visited Dr. Joseph' I Marx. The medical examination disclosed neither a critical ridr^,* serious cardiac condition as, bad been erroneously rUmoted, J)r, Marx noted a mild and temporart heart strain due to lack< of rest and/advised Liberace to a regular dd-«me ChrHttnW the kind we hope you en|oy X^ Kmembering... and wi* lt,cow» sincere thanks far ' n \V s , i( "0-; ^&*\£| r *> '.?jn HOPE LOCKER & PROCESSING CO., . you say is taue,aij(J if it makes you any hap- his current holiday vacation to JPej>, 1 when he is scheduled to .resume, normal a'ctivity." • " , 7 ' , \p'.' RUNNING OUT OF~titti*k*' ' *"' SPOKANE Wasli. (UP)^' and Mrs. Ray R. id -" *-"*-*• were having trouble iri'g..names for their new Mrs. Barnes, 36, Si, . atiut run oiit of rianies" l-Tth and 18th children,' — *"* fTCHLEY FURNITURE STORE V » t -* ¥ '?* MM1»I4^£ fef •

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