Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 28, 1952 · Page 14
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 14

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 28, 1952
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VT MOM STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS tttvttrfqiMtflett M, Ml 'ould Review lobe of Tax :andal - HARftY ft, SNVOBft *•' flwi ,Kf>»t ; , ho yilivf*; I* Hiring of n | toulft gtfdhd jtiry nrobe of beneficial to Iho lullon, J iHudo of thlp cbinmlltw," j g told downturn, *'I don't, there will iw "v#r ngttln mwhi abme of tbo public protein H«I ftj on out theriU* ' Ho referred -I* testimony hoimi ntardlty by •« Judlfllmy mibcom UtWo to tlto (jffiTl Hint »nmc Ju» Ice Dwftflnionl uttlcUU tiiud '.<» ^OOf tlin Brnnd jury to n -• "white i I'* (« the w«y lflc«W# ti* *«»«» w»re h«Wdl»»d by r«venu« ii( field)*. Tb«»y wcr« «lv*n re»»on« why th<? ttovrtrhmnnt ofl«n uf aged or mifferlna vohniloi-y cici <>*• t'liy»lrnl Thry «*W thfty »Uo wc-r (town, thitt fmti* « l«s PI»«C wnd , » giariil Jury touMn'l <ll« lnt« II, Art'l aft^c ih«*y i«wh«»*l ovcrj Hutu of l»x c*w» Diftt hrttl l>nm> hhclvfd, thf-y »cr«pt«td « »UH«I'» Iton by IHf ilimrkt mtoincy, th« lilt I report, Refugee Spy Ring Reported in Montreal MONTREAL, Cnn»d» ^ The Monti cri| fiivctl* clillHicd lorlny n CV tfii!iiinl«t tij>y rlne of Hfnntti'iil rttlHHtm* from Iron Ciiit'uii (nuii- (rl>i« IK opfrotlnu In Moniii'nl, HH- 'hrrlhK kct'c^t liifnnnflllwi on (!'• sukfd th«>m to an d(*f*nic transmit! Tli»! nt'w«p»i"' r 'fl Willlum tin- rcpdrl svhlch v/«y In which l^x M'(H hnmlU-d nn<lri t"t « M'.|i(»pr nnd nctiiHlly wrote vimlicHicd the inni(cri» hnd fniiiicr collcc frfltn four timin of HIP Krun'd Jwfy • Henry Pullor, forjWwni C'lliiKiii I, fori'inwn, f'il Mm, Mniy O '— nrtd Mitt'vln Hn|»i»"i 0 WO* «n HKKlSUlMt U, H. Illlol tt the ilrno, « tU) 06 lit'tmNx Klllx N rtlrielc. ordnr. I rovtt! Hilt now IH «h»r««» of Die i1f'|»nrt l 1 * Tax Dlvimtm, Hlnck, who 1 Hi! 0 fiflnd In aulillijtt ihu tfniwl |ttW, I* ilntcd for tentimtmy i "fho oommlUiw dofNu'i Jurymen ten! If M, llfll'l thry WPIO totmw? the I', liiiii-«fln. ((•kliirimiy Khf.wcrt tliiil the thought fvi-rythliiK wu* In thwl th<> ii'i^xit nii-t the up of UK- Jiutlcn Di.-pnrtrrioiil All ilwlit with tin- jiiii«c, lllHilrlc.-t .IlldHC Ut-orKC H, wasn't plcuwd, III 1 wwn iitid l»l<l it"! Jury to In (net, ht> i cc-lunK'-d II «nd pushed It |i» ni'W cffurlK. The ii»*nlt fi niiiMht'i' of iittlitltiifiitd, liH'lnd Intl 01 n' iiKiilnnl Inni'iiiiii. KlnncKflfi liilr-r WHS convtclml til tw« chwrec «»f iniacondiii.'t In uf flci'. Tin; rime l« >ni »|i|H'"l. Oni- unto of i)lsii«n'<'iiii'nt wiu slnii-'h durlotj the hnnrlnK. llopptM' MiM lift per citiil of thi- ropiirt riMin> from nolos lu-pt l>y Whltlp iiiorc, Not iriic «uld tltu former jinyiiinn. Whillcmore *ld he iipprovyd the story (UK »*'rloo<i roiinldi-rntloii to l)n> report'''! i in); i>«i firnt offlcliil com- irn'iil (li-nii'il Kun'A'IcdKc of tin; report. "It'.l (IK 1 III Ht I V iirditl o| It." flit/l Cicruiflliin Minister of Justin- Hluiiil finrKrin. "I don't know wh <- ' thcr it'iw tni« or not." Tin- mln- lul* 1 ! 1 lidded, hmvc'vfr. thlU if hi- rllil km w. he would not <Ilnclo:-K> U, The Ctn/rtlc OiioU'd twit ittfoinui- rti UN ndyinji A* 1 '! i/HunU In Mor- rcpoil but it iriM'tfiinly didn't r«- •flirct the r.iWMi'.ttiniiH In 1 liiritfd ri\«-r In lluppor, The fommiltof impoiin'l''H VVhltli'inorf's orl((ln.i! ni'li-a, pi'iidlnii cli'iiruwi; from .(iiilKf Mot* who had encouraged I hi- jtirynu-n to testify, trcnl hud «ecri»t In th« the name* of the Informant* must hf K»»pt «f?rrct to protect rrtatlvt-^ p.illl l)««h)nd thi> lion Curtain. Thi-ir (triry, »x reported by thr tifwupapfr, cald: Thi» ff>y rlnjt WIM formed thr«i' )i«r* ngo, IU main clfmr-nt* '<><'• nip ('ortimunliit agents who po.i'd :ih lionii fide irfugpeii cotiilliK thioiiRh Cnrmany. On nrrivul irt C;niixl«, the iiKcni'. icltl'>d ru.'«r defoit.tr; IndUiitrle.H mi'l ri'i rivird f(8hlKnni«;nl» from "kfy- mi rt"-f!i>K«ifm-li. lined Communist pitrty iiicinbi.TX in charup of cipher <!i'|inrtm«'nl* of conciliated uiiil nlhci 'liplornntur cslabll(ihi)icnt.t uf I i n (!i'rl;iin codnlrli'd. Thf riiif! in Monti-fill cririxlxlird r.f t'.vii iiiiirilur inl» from C-xwhuilovii- kin, one fruin CohmU and onu from DM. Uhi.-tlnc. 8INO SOMEWHERE ELSE ; NKW YORK, i UP)—A Btonc il' l f miitthitrnlo mlvl.wl Sopriino . Uhiitn Sni.:ld<'r» toduy to pntctirr i hrr iirliD) in ii dcHcrtcd mansion In ; :i riioiihlyn pnrk In.tti.'nd of annoy UH h«>r riciKhbors. Mlns Hii(»iili!rit first must ntitain i iirrmlKfiioii from the park di>p>ut niciil. Her flrooklyn iH'lKhbor» ii" ocntly compltiiiu'd that her ! dinturtivd thru) tincl had Have a Really Happy Holiday WITH Thrift-Priced Foods From A & P RATH PICKLED 14 oz. Jar PIG FEET 29c FRESH TURKEY FRYERS 65c Tim other Jurymen HHld they Rot; liroutiht into <Miurt yewlrrduy. Ihfc fcellnn dftrly IP tins lyroceedinuwj The m;i|{I.Htr:ite told Miss S (lint Wiilson' -nnd bin HH'-!-,U-iils t rs »lie i-onld pructlcc In wire hf'lntf dboftt'cl by WiinhlnKloii ! npnrtment one hour dally and offlcinls. '. f"i friend)* who rniRht "drop SUPER RIGHT SMOKED PICNICS STRETCH your dollars farther at Penney's OUTSTANDING VALUES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT SA HERE THEY ARE! MEN'S RUGGED MATCHED KHAKI SETS SHIRTS — 2,49 -2.98 4 \1H f*fc» *- 41 .*• ' 5 • V^on'Hjidd'or shrink out of fit! • Proportioned siidd to fit perfectly! I • Shirts hav« extra long tails! ! • Pants 29 to 44! Shirts 14 to 17! Gingham shirts F Loti of, bold, colorful pliml* to rhoQ»o from.,. am) these woven- in colon jurt'won't wiwh out I A good thiug, too, because a girl give* lho»e well'Midde »hirt* n lot of wear,..nnd they can take it! Sniiforiiicdt, wnihuble. a2-38. CLOSEOUT 15 ONLY LEATHER PILLOWS 1.00 , •• Full sUto; 20"x26"l li ... • Striped t(ck covering! ^ t • Bettor hi|rry for these! Ka, Ounce |J>UCK »•«- _.x p»* r Can I Buy SCHOOL ClOTHIS tn PMIMy's lAY-AWAY? COMPARE FOR VALUE! Y««- 4o« cvc«y yc»r! A l>Uu U to »ebet« wtrdrolto etrty Ouw icbool »twrt». (be ttrtitt »« your | 'NNNIY NIW iOW PRICI! MEN'S BIG MAC 8 OUNCE DENIM JEANS t Smooth t Triple t Plenty 1.79 upper! oros! Sonforijed! :Uts! Sizes 29 - 42! BQYS JEANS 1.59 Lb. 39c SUPER RIGHT SMOKED Half or Whole Lb. 65c SUPER RIGHT COOKED Half or Whole Lb. 69c SUPER RIGHT BACON SQUARES Lb. 25c SWIFT PREMIUM Lb. U. S. CHOICE HEAVY CALF CHUCK ROAST Lb. C SULTANA PORK & BEANS IONA PIE CHERRIES No. 2 Can ANN PAGE SPAGHETTI ANGLO 12 Oz. Can MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING 3 SCOT TISSUE Rolls ANN PAGE CIDER 32 Oz. Refrigerator Jar OUR OWN TEA SILVERBROOK Lb. DAILY NEW!ANN PAGE KRUNCHY LUNCH PEANUT BUTTER Chock-full of tasty bits of fresh-roasted peanuts! INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL PRICE 12-oz. Foods. 1 ^j^Js/^ k • (.( rTr* J •^x^ •// 29* ANN PAGE MAYONNAISE nt ......... Jki* Quart ....... PRESERVES SPARKLE GELATIN £"1 3 r 17c 29* ANN PAGE 12 STRAWBERRY class ANN PAGE Sandwich i •Pint 'Jar ~....^....\ WHITE HOUSE EIGHT O'CLOCK Fruits & Vegetables u,. 15c I FRESH ITALIAN PRUNES CALIFORNIA LEMONS Lb. 17c SEEDLESS GRAPES Lbs. 25c COLORADO CAULIFLOWER Lb CALIFORNIA PEARS 2 a. KENTUCKY WONDER GREEN BEANS u, 12c 25c 19c IDAHO RUSSETT POTATOES 5 u« 39c Picnic Foods & Supplies MARCAL Package 80 Count PAPER NAPKINS 2 - 25c ARMOUR'S (HOPPED HAM 120z. Can ARMOUR'S CORN BEEF ARMOUR'S TREE! ARMOUR'S CORN BEEF HASH DELTA HOME STYLE PICKLES 16 Oz. Can Quart Jar 419 SOUTH MAIN STRICT Siffler Ihiirh HOM STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS Ladies BLOUSES These are rayon and cottons in all sizes. Extra • Special Ladies NYLON HOSE These are 60 and 51 gauge, 15 denier. Extra Special 2 prs. $1.00 Boys BLUE JEANS Ideal for school. You'll need lots. Don't pass this value up. Sizes 4 to 16 $1.44 New Shipment HASSOCKS Two tone leatherette cover. - - At this unbelievable low price. Special $2.50 39 Inch CORDUROY For our friends that sew this unheard of value. Two colors $1.00 yd. 3 l /2 and 4 Yard DRESS LENGTHS Over 100 of these lengths in crepe, cotton and rayon. Special . $1.87 \ Fancy Nylon PANTIES Be sure and see this money saving value buy. Sizes 5,6 and 7. Special 2pr$1.00 WEST BROS. ANNUAL • e • • PROMOTION Here is the event you have been waiting for . . . West Bros. Annual Back- to-School Promotion. You'll find many real savings for school as well as for the home. Buy the things you need for fall and winter now. Use our LAY-AWAY Department. Be here early when the doors open Friday. STARTS FRIDAY AUGUST 29th Ladies Smart New Fall and Winter COATS Come in and see our complete new selection of these Fall Coats and Toppers. See the beautiful new Styles, Colors and Materials. All sizes. $12.95 to $39.95 USE OUR'LAY AW AY PLAN Ladies New Fall DRESSES AND SUITS These are the most beautiful, and smartest we have ever had. You'll find juniors, misses, regulars and half sizes. New colors and materials. $5.95 to $19.95 Use Our Convenient LAY-AWAY PLAN Buy Now- Use Our Convenient LAY-AWAY Department A small deposit will hold your selection. Ladies Smart Fall FALL SHOES Be sure and see our new stock of ladies "Grace Walker" pumps for fall. Suedes, and leathers with peaceful heels. All sizes. $4.95 to $8.95 A New Fall Special Ladies French Crepe DRESSES These have just arrived for fall and in a complete range of sizes. Be sure and see these. Special only* $3.00 AIR - CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING COMFORT WEST BROS. SECOND and MAIN HOPE, ARK. "s/FVBS"., ^...., T ,.^ ' f.V*\' A * Boys School SHOES Ideal for school and dress wear. Complete range of sizes. Priced from $2.98 to $5.95 r> " Childrens FALL COATS Pretty new coats from small sizes to teen agers. New materials. $5.95 to $16.95 Use Our Lay-Away Plan « ill Cannon TOWELS These are heavy nap towels in stripes and solids. Size 20x40. •( <-. • t * t 3 for $1.00 Girls and Womens ANKLETS We have 30 dozen of these .anklets at this special low price. Only 3 prs. 42c Mens and Boys '. SPORT SHIMS ,;f Just arrived for fall. suede flannel, nylon and,' gabardine. All size** ifil >"fj *149to$5.« You Fall PIECE GOI All kinds and to gabardi

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