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flb My Begun Wonder What It Could Be? n 64 E~ ·ijMi _ ttJM f«r On* art * Man* I, ·y Cantoi By Mail I* BttM, M.M *dvaw#; Sl.lt fw SS.M per year ; KM ·*» Th* Drfh ·efMM' to · print* MM tMtitrtlM. TW MMir t rtaervM the right U he e*l» . .,» M to «rr«H»r« «r Kjectta* ·f uy ·tatrmeat for Me either »» i Item «r 1*14 «4r«rtteeneBi rtfBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY Thus did Noah; according to ail that (iod commanded him, so did hr.-4.Mi. 6:22. · iod is talking to us ail the time the st;lt small volte is not a J A a j s heard, but it is always right The Kingdom of heaven is w i t h i n u- The Democratic Needle Editorial -- BY BRl'CE BIOSSAT Publicly, of course, the Democrats most necessarily assert that the hope President Eisenhower runs again in 1956. You cannot admit th?' you are incapable of licking tht best the opposition can ofter IB ihe la i. President Franklin Lt HiKjse\t-lt'- day, Republicans were a l w a s U ; .* everybody that they couldn't i. to "take on the champ." But they didn't really mean it. and neither do the Democrats now. In their hearts they know how tough the President would be to beat, and no politician with any sense of realism wants the test at the polls to be any harder than it must. The ironic thing is that the way the Democrats are playing it. they might prove to be a considerable factor in Mr. Eisenhower's deciding to have another go. It is not just that they have taken off the wraps and are attacking the President personally, as wholly responsible for what they consider the damaging acts ol his administration. It is rather that they are goad- inn him with their constant insistence that they alone understand the needs of ordinary citizens and are prepared to do a n y thing abou f t*i« T! Word has it that the Pr ; ! - n » is vastly annoyed at D " . - - r a t i o , claims of a monopoly ' -rrving the popular v.eli'are. This Derr at all new against t h Mi DtMOCMTJ Raleigh U I r. Holds Protcrjm I nd.i Night \l Baptist ( h u i t h l l,.- '·'» t I' I i r . c t Fi m . i . ^ i .. · ! ..; t , ' i I- .1 -' l ' . . i ; ' t : - t i - l i . . u h I ..· Inc.-*;: , ·.. ..- . , . r u .1 I \ '.lie ; i i -..1, - i t . M r - M . n \ \ e i r .ili.1 l i t . : , · · ! . . - I ' , i . - . ' . i l i . . - . . ' . _ u l !| ' '..i i i v . n . , : - . · ,, ·-.'. .1 :.Ai :i r t · :i. t h e : . . t i · '.. ; · ! i · ; ' ' · , . . . ! A . , - i ., I - - . M: - V . ·- ; - H i * :::... ( . . . ^ i i . .. : , M i ' s i' - - i i - Mi:-.;: .r. ·- i !. M . . ! i ; i t ' . - ; :hi ...-t n e t I n , . . . i r e s i . i . t l i \ :·:. H if!... M l - \l..i \ M . i - . ! . ' I ' d i . l! i .; ..; el u :·. ; l i . v i i l . A - . i . i » . ; c« i i l u - ! ' ! i : : ·! h M i ' . ill i ! . : i \... c : . . : n ! « - : . j i ' ,il,!e , : . :..::. .·. a - ; · ! · « · - t - l i t t i i . 1 1 . i t - ! ' l l . e . . : ! e f t . i . ; . i M ' · 1 ..::!·· i ,i',ie A t . .i . . .'. :i ·· ii. U i 1 l .i!v ..l .. .- ( . ; . . - . : : - . 1'.. : . lie l. . i n ! -. i: 1 p . c - . . ' I c . . . , i i . l;-. X.-:i.i G i e . :..!!·:.! U.:.::., \. ····. i-i.ir, M r - F - - : c M ' . - . r . ; . i - . . . . ^ ::- M i - . . i l i a 1;:... k .. : 1 l:.e K'.it !.c .i:e .'·.- ..: '; '.:..· The Doily Register, Two, Section Two Harrisburg, Illinois Thursday. October 27. l^.V, !:.«· t l A s n ; i ' \ ! : . i i . , \ ;.:'.if - h . - i - l at ;!!·· h':rst l:.r,i!;st c h u r c h \!i :;·.!' r- pi'e-c::: .iere K.r- M i ! i 4 - . KJ l r \ m :.irlt-!'.e C.iuii - · · ! i . ( I v . i - n T a t e . M . i : - _ . i r t '. An:i Tale -uul t f u ::· ci .i".s.-I .;· M a r t . ' i a Joiner Vis;tor^ w e r e M r - i'p. ; l T:-.ti' anil sou. Bills Scott M.ir\ Ann I'.i. si r \\ .: s ., I'.ies la ;.uht L .1. - s i , : p.- i c i u - ( . , , i , i i son Mr and \l-.-s U j , . , H..I 4-H Club News .1 JIM i- i-er 1.. .»: t ! WASHINGTON MERRY- Go- ROUND t» DMKW (·'· contention isn't v've been r u n n i n g sriprial interests" and the " n - i n o e s of privilege" ever sinfe M r . Roo-cvelt's hey- The d i f f r r r ' K - p U on the- other side. Mr F K e n h o u e r has described h i m s e l f as conservative in money ma'^ area of nif plainlv con' i istration iv. hich s r\ s and liberal in the n n w"'fare He is ~ed th.it his a d m i n - "vrciitinti policies 'hat p h i l i i s p o h y . It t h e !)· '-· «~r-it- keen h a m m e r - inu l l n s t h ' "·"· -- -ind sii''h a e n i r - e would :ippe-ir .'ilitin-it i n e v i t a b l e -they f i n r l t* A lut o nuite clo st t h - t ' will be his d e c i ' H - ' ' Hut nvirr ' Hone for n because t h e v i-el- -e 'i t h ' - T h;md- r ilc. i i i c i i i d m i : - i - n i " · · M r Ki c n h o u e r ''"s vp..p ,,f . h i t - ' ' i l d e t e r m i n n n t i n i'-'n or not to r u n . ^ ' i n :t feu nicn h:i' " - i - r - u r u l t e r m n a r t l v fe't i m n e l l e d to 1r\ I'iie e · -.:ui r c - p e c 'iat the c'.'iii re; ·t* on t;ie l i r - t it lie to prove in a -c'i,rid f o u r y e a r ^ the w i s d o m a"'l ri^'htne.-» of « h a ! they did ;n the f i r s t four y e a r - Presseil I'.ird e n m m h . the I'reM f a l l into t h i s catei;nr Don Scott Abstract and Title Company I .oral Agent. Chicago Title Trurt Co. Title Guarantee Policle* Room 703 Harrishur? N'at'I. Bank RI4fr Insurance Marker Miley INST ;. \NTE AGENCY DR. D A. LEHMAN EVE. F. \ K . NOSK. THROAT GlaiMf Fitted 204! North Vine SAUNE (01 NTY CREDIT IU KEAU CREDIT REPORTS COM RTTION HERVICB INVESTIGATIONS n THOS. D. GREGG GfMliUte and Hegl*terad OptooMtritt n««r Gregg BMf. 7t-WorMMI DREW P E A R S O N Says: Dulles Is "Hopeful But Pessimistic" About Geneva: He Promises No Discussion Of Far East At Geneva. WASHINGTON - The degree of optimism or pessimism that Secretary of State Dulles has for the Foreign Ministers Conference opening in Geneva today can best be gauged by the private conference ho ha'l with congressional leader- j u t before he left Washington Though ;i -.tatoment of confidence u a s issued by congressional Ie;i lor-, a l t e r the Dulles closed- 'loor t a l k , most of what the secre- iary of state reported has not leak- 1 out. I)u!!i/s tudk up most of the ::ir.c. s p e a k i n g -lowly and precise!.., u i t h r S Amba^^aclor "Chip" r'.ohlon - i t t i n x j n his shadow. Sen- jt(jr :;nt in only a few questions d a e w i x 1 . ;ind B u h l r n . who has 'teen h r r n:i consultation from MOM-MU. . kctn i u u n i « xcept fur answering one or t w o inconsequent i a l q m - - l ; . r i - ;nidre-ed specifical ly to h i n t D t i l l c x opT)ci w i t h a report that President K i . - i - n h o w e r w a s keenly j'ltrt. hoth ph\ -K alls and mental 'v. Ike not i . n l y had approved luillc-. appro;u h to the Geneva m r f t i i L ' hut h,.d mstructi.-d him t r i i n a k i - a p c r - i m a l pl« - a to -on- i r « i - . - . | ( i i i ; i | ]. M I | , T - | c ,r t h e i r bipar- - a ' l - ' i p n o i t l ) i i l l c % .-.aid. took a h o p e t u l l)iit of the Geneva feared. he aid. ce m i ^ h t yet h u n u i j m on the agenda. ion. His hope was t t keep the "Geneva spirit" alive :'M(! a r r a n g e another meeting--at v . h i f h .1 more f a v o r a b l e agenda " t l ' - ' l i t tie d r a w " u t Ne« .!i i - ~ e - Sen. Alex Smith. ''ie · \ I ' n - i c e t o - i professor, asked " h e t h i T t l i e r e u a s a n y agreement -·n G e r i n a r u I)ulles replied that ' c u a - ; . l r a i d Molotov w o u l d de- "t;u (! K.I t ( i c r m a n v be represent '·d l i e l M j - , - even d j c u s - i n g the o r o l i N ' f n \ | o | i i ( n v . he -;,i(l W o u l d M' f,e a r L M i n n T i t t h a t ue had !e- i M . ' . n i t e d l i i i i i i . - K;u Shek -il in cjn Weed War Costs $4 Billion Yearly W A S H I N G T O N IP--There is one \ v a r K O I M L ; o n t o d a t h a t never m a k e s t h e h e a d l i n e - , e v e n t h o u g h .1 i-o-t-. SI.'HMI.O'i i.ixjo a ,\ear I t ' - t h e c o n s t a n t t j a l t l e bet .wen the f a r m e r uiid the weed \ \ e e d - j i e . i i n u n u the m o - t eX p « - n - i \ i ' p e - t - f a r m e i - h.ue ! - · f l ^ h l A ' - n u a l lo--e- d u e t o t h e ' n \ \ K \\-cit are e - ! : m a l e d at $4 K X l . ( K K i . ( K K i . a c c o r d i n g t o t h e M a n u l a c t u r i n g C h e m i s t - Association Besides lemg soil robbers, weeds are A a l e r n i l l e r e r - The a v e r a g e r a g w e e d -- t h e b a n e of hayfever suf fenTS s o a k - up t h r e e t i m e - the a m o u n t of v. a t e r needed by a corn p l a n t But f a r m e r s are gelling a scien- t i f i c l i f t in the fight A number of s y n t h e t i c weed k i l l e r s are helping f a r m e r - to i n c r e a s e product i v i t y (mo a p p l i c a t i o n of w e e d k i l l e r 2. 411. costing about S2 .Vi an acre. .resulted in an O k l a h o m a rancher i increasing forage and beef produc lion by over .V) per cent, the asso- , elation said. Chemicals uv ·! 1:1 w Leal-growing land add'") throe hushelv more .in acre And n l ie c. rn country, u»e of rhemie.il con' · ( ! has xnown increased ; ds · I i .n 10 to 40 bushel* per ..rre an discussion of Forniu.sa. DLLLES Dl'dtS FAR EAST On the ticklish question of the .Middle East. Dulle.s said the State Department was discussing the possibility of asking Russia to guarantee the status quo in t h a t area. He planned to take this up with the French and British before the Geneva conference If they got together on this proposal, he then planned to broach the idea to Molotov in private discussions. Here again. Dulles appealed for bipartisan Senate supnort "We must keep the I-raeh- Egyptian issue out of politics.' he aid in a rather condescending manner. His tone brought a -mile to the faces of some Democrats. Dulles promised that alter his briefing on the Geneva prospects -·nd the Middle East outlook, he w o u l d discuss the Far East Bu ( ·ifter he had rambled on and on w i t h o u t m e n t i o n i n g t h e F a r t a i l . GOP Congressman John Tuber of New York interrupted: "Mr Secretary. 1 -uggest t h a t n o w would be a wood t i m e to hear "'boin the Far East ' Dulle- acknowledged the q u e s - ·ion, but got off on a n o t h e r - u b - 'ect. A f t e r a few m i n u t e - ol more r a m b l i n g . Taber broke m a g a i n : "Mr Seen l - r \ I - u v u e - t ue r :el on to the r ar F.a-t A g a i n Dulle- prepared t o t a l k ·ibout the Far E a - t , but a b i a m lie ' ot ott on a n o t h e r - u S i » ' i F m u l '\ T i b e r stood u p . l | , l i i ! . i r t c d "Mr. -SecretMIA . ym'll h u \ e t,. ·xcuse me I ' v e L'ol to c a t c h a ·rain." He w a l k e r l out Dulle.s never did t; t to his nroin- ·-ed briefint; on the Far East. e\. ·ent to a n - w e r a ouestion from "OP Senator Bridge- of New 'lanmshire w h o w a n t e d t o k n o w w h e t h e r the Far F a s t w o u ' d be discussed at all at G e n e v a D u l l e s T plied t h a t he w o u l d not a l l o w t r ^ '·'ar East to be raised at the meet ·ng. 'Ihv Pleas;,;/. \ ; i ; i e ( i i CietTor- 4 - H i-luh n^i't .it the he.-lie i,f Tein:n a : i ! t h r . - t i . i e Tu'.Ue l .r a Hiillo'Ai'ei! p.ir'. . Games were p l j y e j and refresh ment.s « t r e e r \ e d and prizes ^iv- en to the f o l l o w m u Ida Mae L i t - tt-ll. t h e u g l i e s t . J o a n n e W i n t e r - . p r e t t i e » t . a n d J u i n i - Earl K \ a n - . !:;st one guessed The n e x t im-t-tmx w h i c h wJi be a h a rule w i l l be Ni,si-ml;er 18 Opal Mr K . ' - i c l j i v M r Elder and l'amil week end ^uesl- DarU-t.e lm. ..! Mr- ll.irr ;d f M ri a r . t e r of The Dail-. Roister -5c a week M r . a n d M r - d . i e m a n l{o- Patty, Gary. 1ml., M r arid (iilbort Hed(.'er. Ken'.(',a. and Eddir Herrera. iiec.it ir. returned to their homes a l t e tending the funeral ol Dvrt loiig. Mr.- HtTiera rem here for a lew weeks. Mr t u was tlie f a t i i e r ol Mrs K .-c Hedger and Mrs. Herrerj. - and M r Wi- . h a \ e r a t - F'ur a.ne'l rioi; : \ l r ALWAYS ASK FOR THE BEST! ALWAYS ASK FOR At Your Favorite Grocer's! Bottled At Home By Your Local Bottler, The Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Harrisburg Ft is osl"n. te.I ,h Sherman, 1.1; tre tional P»»rk. · i l i f hoard feel of lurr · ihe (iencral equoia Na- nns 000,120 S M A L L L K A N BOSTON HI TT Ln. PORK ROAST . 39 C K.MCiK'S S l . K ' K I ) Lit. Cello BACON . . . 39' KMC;K READY TO EAT LI. PICNIC HAMS 34 C I.AKC.E |,h. BOLOGNA . . . 29« FIRST ( I T I.I,. PORK CHOPS 39 C i KF;SH SLICKD i.ii. SIDE PORK . . 39- S.MALI, Lb. PORK RIBS . . 45' MEATY Neck Bones 2 Ibs. 25 I. S. (;OOD ROAST. Lb. CHOPS. Lb. STEAK, Lb. VEAL 39* 49* 59* Bramlet Meat Market AT YOI'R AP STORE JONATHAN APPLES Ripe Juicy Foncy florido Tokay Grapes » 16* Cucumbers Seedless, 80 S,« Crisp T.nder Grapefruit 10 ,,, 59 e Fresh Carrots 2d£ 25 e I-' SP Gr | C " M l . - - VOlenC '°' 2S2 Sl " Fresh Broccoli Chicken, Beef 15 19* Juice Oranges 3 OM . M" FROZEN FOOD FEATURES Banquet Pot Pies 5 »,, 99 e UVP t i l l - Kiprned PUMPKIN . . . . RAISINS 'iush'i Great Northern BEANS SWEET PICKLES . Strawberries 2 2 2 · · · · · {]·· lO-o*. PkK. 27c \o 12 Cam; for ^Qc ^·i W l."o/. Boxes for 29 C IS-oi. Cans (or 19 jar 29' sultana Whole PURPLE PLUMS . No. 2 1-2 Cans . . . Northt-rn COLORED TISSUE . 3 rolls 25 jmpbeir.. TOMATO SOUP . . 3 cans 32 e , ' i w j 1'ure Count SORGHUM ^ ECKERT'S PURE § Apple Cider · · Gal. Jug 1 2 Gal. ^ ,O 69c Jug Jw* Apple Sauce nx- 2 r.- 25' Apple Butter "K?" r- 25' Del Monte Peaches - 2 ;;63 Fruit Cocktail s »!r 3»T Bartlett Pears s'ss, 3r,- 1" Sliced Pineapple -. 3^1°' Blue DetergMt Super Suds 2 lqf 9* Al c Pk|t. *^ · Vel Detergent 2 l«rf« A1 C Pkgs. ^ · For Laundry Fab Detergent 2 l«9» Ale Wi§«. ^* · Reg. Six* Palmolive Soap 3 Caktt /d i i h i : ) \\r Orange Juice Both Silt Cashmere Bouquet 2 ?5 C Cqkei *«9* For Scouring Ajax Cleanser 2 14-0i. ^ Cc Com ^CB W Both Size Palmolive Soap 2 25 C Cokn A«* Reg. Sizo Cashmere Bouquet 3 9 "EC Cakii Ai W Xulloy Oleo ,: 35 e Be Prepared for TRICK or TREAT Candy Bars m »OX Of 14 MBUMT--MILK OH AUMONO 3 * **·* «Utf-3 MUSKITIU9 OH NUIKTWAT 89* JANI MRKCR FLAKIT, TINMR CRUST D o n u t s ·**· Cta. AAP Y*llow or White POPCORN 2^29 AMfttCAt tOnMOIT IOM NTAHll.. . IMCI INt «n«NtK t MCWK HA tnmnm AH pri«9» iffrciit* through October I9tk

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