Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 9, 1954 · Page 8
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HOP! STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS ttle Lines |wri in letion MARUOW lii — If event, fa'01- v sc could T5e made to Still the Democrats and He- iris already would have their istfes for the 1854 congrcs- felectlon in NoVet-mber. X '|ierti6crats are hammering -dowlowri in business Which Stirred under the .Eisenhower . .the Republicans arc work- teftimc on the subject of tini$t(-in povovnmcnt xm- e JDemofi ats. t;mc, business condi- have oevled off, as ad- cnnomifels say they '. they Ion !. the Democrats have ,1 i.'dking point prob- '9VorshfuJo\.ing everything jho issue of CiJmmunisls-in- trnent may be pushed into ijtJkgrounti by other develop\before then. instance, by November Con»ill hav« finished this' year's jf'ort Ipiwnlioi.ver's program, >fltects uractically every- jiXes. social security, unions, If 4- tariSi>. ' .JPrcsident himself has said l"hi& partv doesn't .put over jtessivo program it doesn't C to win. The congressional ^)fl Jlis profiiam will provide bfa 'election issues, *4t'this time, before Congress even begins to act on mosl of the program, CommuniEls-in—goveni- meht nnri tho uconomic reverse have given the politicians on both sides scmethlng to lalk about. For 20 years, beginning in the 1932 campaign, the Democrats banged aw'py &t (he fact that the big <k-preysio!i began under the Republicans, which may explain one reason for their J.iHing so hard dn the downturn now. When some Republicans reacted with ihe charge Uiat, .talk 61 a recession s unelnippl and almost un- American, it : may have been art indJest/ot! ihat recession talk w as Acting jndc-r their skn. And although Eisenhower himself said, when askei" about this, that everyone is entitled to his own opinion he, loo, denounced the "prophets of gloom and doom." Over the- weekend Sherman Adams format governor of New Hampbire and now Eisehower assistai'., paid Democrats aael "loft-'vinger" ure trying to "foit" a "Fc.ir Deal" on the people. Thai the Republicans are meeting recession f .alk head on s o fast can l« considere 1 "' b oth a mark of their aggressiveness and a sign that this is goirif? to be a rough .political yuar. AttyM Gen. Brownell gave notice of ruqged clays ahead near labt year's end with his attack on former President Truman. The man Brownell twice tried to sfeer' into the presidency, Gov, Thomas E. 0ew«y of New York, slopped.'up thj Umgh lalk not only about. Truman but Democrats in general. In E' December speech, Dcwey told a HflrtfoH, Conn.,' audience QLIARDAYSPECIALS > Wednesday and Thursday JCotton Broadcloth Slips **i "^ " B0x60 count, 4 gore, and guaranteed Js&t f 1 year, Sizes 34 to 42. Special Men's White Handkerchiefs *'*' Extra Special llfor Cannon Bath Towels Deep tone colors. - Size 20x40. 2 for | DOESKIN TISSUE $;V.., Here,is a real special buy. 250 count. Special for Dollar Days 4 boxes $1 Jury Probe of Diplomat Is Not Planned By JAMES F. DONOVAN WASHINGTON (UP) Justice Department has dccid against ordering any grand jury investigation into the charges against caller ROCKING-CHAIR REFLECTIONS — Mrs. Lorinda Ferguson Bailey sits in a rocker at her Marion, Iowa, home and reflects on the 108 years of her life. Her parents look, her to eastern Iowa from Ohio in a covered wagon when she was a child. 'She now makes her home with Mrs. Rex Harrison, one of her six living children. Married twice, she has lost count of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. , It Couldn't Happen But It Did PHOKNIX, A.-;/:. '/I —The odds were heavy thr.t it couldn't hap- pnn '.,',1'. it did. C-iry Middlecoff went into the' IRIh hole looking like a cinch to whirh underdog Fed Furgol in their ilayoff for the $2,000 top money >£ the $10.000 I'ccmix Open goif oiirn.Tiicnl. Tlv.: :<2-.yenr-oK; Middlecoff. a for- nor National Open champion from "Vlenvjhir,, held a two-stroke lead h,_> nnrl Furgol tctd off on the 52n-v;>rd IRth and final hole. Both wcro straifihl down the fnir- way off the- tec. Then Middlccoffs pi-'Kirh shot mailed high and wide In the left, over the heads of the gallery around the final green. Midd'.ccoff fiii&Uy pot down with a bocjey fix. The fcallcry grew loirs?. So did Fureol. He had a putt of 15 feet, maybe 20, to make i a liirdic. He putted. II dropped in The crowd frankly renorlinfi for the long shot to win his first major tournament, went slightly mad. Tlii- HHh hole and o sudden death playoff were anti-climactic. Middlecoff had to take two putts to get clown foi a six unusually heavy veil of secrecy around its invcrlifialicn of the sub conursitoe's rcfo'iiniicndation that 1 Davios be prosocuteJ for perjury because of his testimony during the 2,-oup's iiWRSligation oC the Institute cif Pacific Relations in 1951 and !'.),'>-. But Atorney Geiviral Herbert Brownell.,'Jr. said recently that the department has completed its inquiry, and is f.'ooul ready to report its conclusions to the subcommittee. But he has refusedtore- val what the dicision is. 1 was emphasized that the Justice Departments decision that a grand jury inves'.igation in unwarranted has nothing whatever to do with the current btate Department! review of Davies' munberous se-j curity clearance.-;. Davios, a career diplomat with many years oxpi;riente in the Far East, was recently recalled from ii wi-ts uijip'itiMj/.t:u mrti. tuc .«^- iiig Ijhyia, Peru post to see if he partirient is not in a position toi mcasuved up 'o the new security give Davies a rleo.n bill of health, standards tor tovernnien em- perjury diplomat John Paton Davies, Jr., informed source 5 disclose:! today. These sources said the department is about ready to inform the Senate Intern.il Security subcom- mitee that,Vas'.of now, the department has been unable to unearth enough evidence to warrant a grand jury inquiry. emphasized that the .de- scv3r?l people some of them accused Communists, in an ultra-se cret CIA project. Davies donia'l he ever recom mended that a Communist be pu on the CIA payroll all of Munson's coukl not cxpJpin all of Munson'. testimony' because ne was bounc by government bccurity regula tions. Davies was cleared several time of disloyally charges under th< old'Truman Loyalty order. One o the witnesses in his behalf wa Waltev Bedell Smith, one-time hea of the CIA and now undersecre tary of state. It vvijl merely say that the evidence to date does not warrant any criminal prosecution. , The department liar thrown an that for the rest'of their lives they must associate the words "truman and Democrat" with "diplomatic failuve,- military failure, dcuth and tragedy.'"' :•;,. ;•'•' ..; •••" v ' Now ..'Sen. .MrCa'fthy ,. ; (R-Wis), who has been rnafting Co'mmunists- in-govprhment an issue for four jearr, and'.'iwant'i fe-;.-keep it one, is goin^'aroun'i tne country saying tl^at whilQ' there are some exceptions among '.he Democrats their party has lagged itself as standing for "gC'Vernmtnt of, by and for Communists. . . ' ployes laid down by President Eisenhower's recent loyalty-security order. '.'Seoretcry of Slate John Foster Dulles nas said he would personally, examine the 2.000 pages of tes- Atimo-iy taken du-.ing the State Do- partmcut inquiiy and rendei' a decision. 'The subcommittee recommendation for a perjury prosecution of Davies was made in July, 1952. It was based primarily on apparent discrepancies between Davies' story and that ot iormor Agent Lyle H Munson of the Central In-lice Agency. Munson tesnfied in February, 1952, 'hat Davies suggested to him in 1949 that the CIA make use of "THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TQWN" FOSTER'S PRESENTS *-'-*' last word in South-Bound by •*»g^ ^ XsO***.- Most Styles $7.95 to $8.95 new as the next horizon As shown in Navy and white also beige cream. x if saving money important i * c •) This smart style-for Spring as shown in Beige. *!•'• HOPE DOJ-IAR PAYS ' Wednesday & Thursday v 6$ gauge — 15 denier. V 1 '' New. 'spring shade's. $1.00 As seen in January Harper's Bazaar POST "Where STORE Correctly 7-3700 ask to see this new Spring and Summer Catalog at Sears today Ever tried one-stop shopping in Sears catalog? You've a treat in store for you. Everything you need is here, at exciting low prices.., prices that mean real savings on quality merchandise that's fully guaranteed! Come in, check the new 1954 Spring and Summer catalog today , . . compare the prices , . . check the savings... see for ypurself why sip many of ypur neighbors buy the things they need o* Sears ., , the easy caMog way, Tuesday, February 9, 1954 WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY SAVE AT OWEN'S WIDE NYLON HOSE LADIES COATS Only 4 of these coats. Values to $39.95. Special Ladies 60 gauge, first quality hose. Dark seams and heels. MEN'S RIBBED UNDERSHIRTS 59c value LADIES HATS Fall hats that are values to $5.98. While 37 last. Only 2 for $L BOYS PANTS Boys corduroy pants that are reg. $5.95 values. Only 21 pairs. BABY SUITS Corduroy suits that are regular $1.98 values Special Boys Sport Shirts I PUCKER NYLON •* " Ma One group of these shirts. Long sleeves and values to $2.95. Special Just arrived 500 yards. 42 inch first quality. Only 8 of these left. Values to $7.95. To close out only PIECE GOODS Just arrived 500 yards of voile, batiste, and dimity. 26 patterns to choose from. Regular 79c a yard value. r-3' Mens Oil 'Only 36 of these sport shirts to close out. Regular $3 95 values. Special MENS PANTS Type 4 army cloth pants. Regular $3.95 values. Special $3.00 Piece Goods 36 inch fast color prints and solids. Extra special only Ladies and childrens. Values, to $6.95. Dollar Day special DOMESTIC Extra special. Regular 36 inch domestic. Now only 4 yds. $1.00 LADIES DRESSES Fall dresses. One big rack of these. Only 37 so you had better hurry. Values to $22.50. Special 5©' $8.00 DRESSES Ladies fall dresses. One big rack. Prices slashed. Only Corduroy Coats Mens coats that are regular $14.95 values. Only 16 of these Out they go, Only $8.00 PAJAMAS Only 2 pairs of these ladies quilted pajamas. $12.95 values. Slightly soiled. Special Pie & Cake Boxes Regular $1.49 values in beautiful plastics. While 100 lost only $1.00 vf < ' J ^ < *<^ "Vf * ' t '

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