Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 11, 1954 · Page 29
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 11, 1954
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-i- i "<rw -c f'^srr^jfjppl! HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, Nbveitiber 11, 1954 BIG MONEY SAVING DAYS TALK LOUD WITH VALUE „„.. win $25.00 in Piece Goods to be given away Sat.™£ November 13th. Nothing to buy ... you do not wive to be present to win. It's all FREE. 8*' ' *" ' -' i* jndh Ghambray I Winter Unions ^,'sMn"pretty pastel colors. I Men's heavy winter unions at this £f ',. Extra special. I special price of only | yds. $1.00 I $1.98 .J0«a««^^^M^^^^^^H INDIES COATS ^Out. Discontinued numbers Values to, $10.00 $4.95 - '• ? * ••••••• •HJ* ,<m H^ ^« W«™ ^r- ll^ %^ • • *^ *5ose out of tKese'suits. Values V'Special Boys Unions ght unions a ' cial low pric< 79c Winter weight unions at this extra special low price of Lee Overalls •xlt/q. special' Buy on these Lee * >v '.Overalls, Now only $3.50 avy Work Shirts |f Men's heavy shirts in blue cham- kP'tb'ray. Regular $1.49 values, $1.00 All Wool Sweaters Big new shipment for ladies and children. Special $1.98 to 10.95 Ladies Dresses One group from our dress department that are brand new arrivals. Values to 14.95 en's 65.00 Suits prftpt'pn-Heath suits. Another real ,iS November buy. Special. / $42.50 goldsmith Suits $49,§0 suits that are real values for only $32.50 Men's Slacks are regular $14,95 flannel slacks. Extra special Rayon Panties These are regular 59c rayon stripe panties. Extra special 4prs $1.00 Half Slips -Panties Ladies slips and Triple X panties Regular 98c values. 2prs. $1.00 V« > 1 , fvV- &P' $9.90 Corduroy Shirts regular S3-95 qorduray shirts at this special low price. Men's Army Pants These are type 4 army pants and they are regular $3.98 values. $2.97 Sweat Shirts Men's heavy sweat shirts that are regular $1.49 values. Special $1.00 $2J6 Man's Jackets are wirvter jackets jtist the for c^ld wepther wear. $495 fibill9,95 Boys Knit Shorts These are regular 59c shorts at this low price. Special 3 prs. $1.00 SHEETS Beautiful Spring Knight sheets. These are type 128 sheets. Special $1.98 in M t I O K I Hope Selected to Edge Out Arkadelphia By RAY STEPHENS LITTLE ROCK (/PI Arkansas' undefeated Razorbacks a real "clutch" football team run up against the big game next Saturday and we think the Porkers are going t owin it and the Southwest Conference championship. The Razorbanks need nothing mr.ie than a tie with Southern Methodist Fayetteville Saturday to win the conference title and tha right t oplaj in the Cotton Bowl. But Coach Bowden Wyalt's crew has refused to settle for less than a victory all this season and we think they'll take SMU 14-G for their eighth straight win of the year. Last v/eek we had a .70!* average on 22 correct predictions against nine wrcng and one tie. That brought our season's average to .709. Arkansas A & M stunned by a loss to Ozarks last week just a.3 it r-.ppeared that the Boll Weevils would march to a second Arkansas Intercollegiate C o nfercnce championship should have no trouble in winning this weekend. A&M Will take on AIC weak sister Ouachita ot MonUcello and the Weevils probably will win by at least 28-7. Ozarks powered by Robert Ehlens and Lonnie Quallf is on the jnove and me Mountaineers' Saturday foe Arkansas State Teachers hasn't the material to slop them. We like Ozarks by 19-7. Arkansas Tech got back into 1 ths AIC lead by virtue of Ozr.rks' triumph over A & M. The Wonder Boys should have no trouble in winning teir Conway date with Hendrix Saturday 35-12. Southern State tied last week by Southeast Oklahoma St'atc 'takes on it third non-ccnftrence foe in as many weeks Delta Slate of Mississippi. Delta clobbered A&M earlier this year and there's every reason to believe that it can do the same for Southern by 33-13. In the other college contests this weekend we like Little Rock Junior College over Northwest Mississippi JC 13-6 and Tennessee Tech over much beaten Arkansas State by 21-0. An ancfent rivalry in the Big Seven highlights the Friday night high school games when Little Rock takes on the Pine Bluff Zebras. The Tigers victims of two early season reverses loom as prohibitive favorites over the Zebras who haven't been able to get moving this year. We'll take Little Rock by 28-6. .-- -- " ~- ' El Dorado should have no trouble . in' defeating Hot Springs by any score it chooses. North Little' Rock looks -like a good 14-7 choice over Fort Smith and Par:s Tex will take Te.xarkana's Razorbacks 7-G. Among the 'other irrep contests we like Tahlequah Old a over Rogers. SlilweU Okla over Sprinsdale ... Subiaco o ver Ru> sellville Van Buren over Jon- lin Mi> . Blytheville ovt-r Newport . . . Jonesboro over Helena . '. . Benton over Conway . Smackover over Malvern . . . Hope over Arkadelphia. . Carn- den over Magnolia . . . Fail-view over Crossett .... Siloam Springs over Mountain Home. Harrison ever Clark svi lie . . Eatesvilla over Po'cahor.tas . . . Osceola over Lepanton Mena over , Waldron . . McGehee over Watson Chapel NewWeopons Can Destroy What's the Sure Way to Save on Food? Come See at A&P! Compare and «** CHECK YOUR SAVI SULTANA PRUNE PLUMS A&P BLUE LAKE WHOLE GREEN BEANS AMERICAN WHOLE DILL, KOSHER DILL or SOUR By ELTON C. FAY WASHINGTON (m Secretary of the Air Force Harold Talbot said today there are \veapon5 which "can lay waste an entire continent." And efforts to keep these weapons from being used, ho raid, can E'ltcceed only if nations seek the help of God. Talbott's address was prepared for a Veterans Day ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery. The Air Force chief was designated to represent President Eisenhower in the annual observance of what until now has been known as Armistice Day. Talbolt said he visited the national cemetery recently and waJked among the graves of the dead of the past wars. Then he declared: "The weapons which claimed the brave young men who lie here were formidable enough. And yet they were puny compared with the weapons that human beings can brine; to bear against each other in this nuclear ago. These art; weapons of great destruction, "They can lay waste an entirs continent men, women, chil- cire, even the beasts and the vegetation. They can abolish in a single night net only an army, not only a nation, but a whole civilisa- tion." SCIENTIST ANYWAY CHICAGO (UP) D r HaroH C. 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McCarthy prepared for the Senate today in his own defense against sensure goes for Beyond anything he has ever said was connected directly. 1 told the woman that I had a child who was very bright and people said she should be in movies. What should I do about it? "If she had brushed me off, I never would have tried again. But the said, 'Can you be here in half an hour?' "They were looking for a girl or Claimed before. This speech, which he released , late yesterday, is a basic restatement of his sttituc'e and taclics to- Xyard criticism of himself over the four years. History may re- pa member it as an extraordinary document. The speech goes so far in its implications it is difficult to believe McCarthy can surpass it: he holds himself and tho'se who go along with him as the country's chief defe nd er s against communism and links the fate of the nation to his own fate. Without using the word "mar- lyrJ' he clearly suggests he is a tti!^ persecuted. Senate debate begins today on recommendations of a special committee created to consider charges of misconduct against McCarthy. This committee of three Democrats and three Republicans was headed by Sen. Watkins (R-Utah). It investigated, held hearings. let McCarthy reply to the charges and recomended that the ful' Senate censure him en two counts: (AV that he ignored requests to tesnfy made upon him by a previous committee which investigat ed him and (B) that he treated Brig. Gen. Ralph W. Zwicker abu sively. The first count termed contempt- ous his treatment of the earlier committee The second said, in effect, he had acted like a bully toward the general. On both counts the Watkins committee considered his conduct unfit fnr a senator. "Bjiis is how McCarthy reasoned in nis speech: He brushed aside as incens- quential the Watkins' committee charges, the same attitude he has taken toward all previous charges. "Petty," he called them. Censuring him would be a victory for the Communists who want to destroy him, he said. He described himself as "hard" oVi communism and those opposing him as "soft" on communism. -Who ara thcfti? In this group, which he called "ruthless," he included radio commentators, educators, writers a majority of the press. Earlier this week he had said the attacks o'n him had "emanated" from the While House. Communist influence in shaping American thinking is enormous, he i?aid, and now communism has extended "its tentacles to. ... the United States Senate" He declared thn Watkins committee was playing the Communists' game in voting against him He didn't say the ccmmilt.ee had knowingly played the Communist game, but that it was a "victim" ol the Communist campaign. "And," said McCarthy, "having been victimized, it became the Commuinist party's involuntary agent. "In the course of the Senate debate I shall demonstrate that the V-'atkins committee has done the w'Jfftc of the Communist party, that it is not only cooperated in the achievement of Communist goals, but that in writing its report it imitated Communist methods — that it distorted, misrepresented and omitted in its efforts to manufacture a plausible rationalization for advising the Senate to accede to the clamor for my scalp." There he made it plain the best he could say for the Watkins com- jpjllee wa,s that it was too dumb tt*realize it was playing the Communists' game; the worst, that it deliberately corinived to get him. But if the members of the Senate are too stupid to know what the Communists are up to, and protect the country from them, who in the United States can be de ponded upon to save the nation? By direct implication McCarthy held himself up as one v/hose fate is linked to that of the nation in thf. anti-Communist fight. He said "•It is not easy for a man to assert that he is the symbol of resistance to Communist subversion that the nation's fate is in some respect tied to his own. . . but I take it you would rather I be frank than coy" for 'Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima," but Sandy was obviously too young. When director Michael Curtiz told her so, she started crying Then he told her that someday she wouldn't be too young, and she smiled again. "An agent raw her and figured if she could turn it on and off like that, she ought to make an ac , IrcES. He landed her a role in Wai' man hung up the phone and said o me, 'What a crazy woman i She ust called out of the blue and _;aid she had a tslonted cild who should be in pictures. How could anybody break in the movies that way?' " Since the Disney debut, Sandy las worked in 11 movies and most of the top TV film shows. After her role in "The Bad and the Beautiful," MGM offered a contact. She signed with MGM and'went into the important role as daughter of Elizabeth Taylor and Van Johnson, in "The Last Time I Saw Paris." Then she played the un del study to love goddess Lana Turner in the biblical epic "The Prodigal." . Disney's Christmas show, and she has been working ever since. "A funny thing one day I was n a casting dffice at RKO, where Sandy did 'The French Line.' The Many Things Can Happen in a Day in New York, Things That Are Strange Elsewhere By RELMAN MOR1N (for Hat feoyle- NEW YORK I/B Diary of a New Yorker: Monday Architect Frank IJoyd Wright, silver mane, opera cape nnd all, is back in town. He was 85 this year but nobody could be more youthful in outlook. Says his formula . for this is td "keep Manufacturers estimate that about 14 million cameras in the young people around all the time." Actually it's more because of his tremendous enthusiasms. He personifies the observation, "Test is the last gift of the gods." He has United States are equipped for use great zest. nf nhotn flash. ' Right now he is all excited over his new job building Guggen heim Museum. Says he has been dreaming all his life of the opportunity to create this particular form in a building. When he looks at his drawings, he has the expression of a man in love. Last time I saw him, he was interested in the writings of a Greek mystic. He is convinced that death is r.n illusion, and for him certainly life is a great joy. Tuesday Went to a little shindy for Hildegarde, who was looking radiant. A very attractive girl, "Hildy." mainly because she has the some zestful quality as F. L. W. Did you crer know sha possesses a fine collection of paintings and is practically an expert in the field? Wednesday Sat late and fascinated tonight listening to a discussion of Israel It cam' eabout when Alfred Lih- enthal blew in suddenly from the Middle East. He wrote "What Price Israel, 1 ' a book that sets forth the re a so ns why anti-Zionists oppose a Jewish political state An old Washington pal, Leo Mar golin, has had considerable exper ience with these matters from the legislative angle. His views are about 180 degrees apart from Lil ienthal's. Anyway, we got together an di was a grand thing to hear th< pros and cons from two brillian guys with opposite feelings on th to tuttt tint "Tfife ftsasori Why." This is a wonderful JbB en same subject. Thursday Speaking o ook<s, It was he light tonight dtt . hat famous Incident, thS of the tight firigadfe by a la t>.uthor, no less. In spots, it B ders on being hilarious, but I couldn't help but suftcf fbr the poor British Tommy quietly foil owing such officers. The British soldier is a great guy. Friday Spent all day work ing on a piece abot Univad th electronic brairt. You may hav seen it on television election tilghl To me. the interesting fact is that a whole new group of technicians has come into existence because' of "the Brain." They are trained to translate problems irtto the "language" of the machine. It's another example of the principle that each invention opens up rew areas of speciliz&tloh. Saturday Mme. Daria Shafik, tflio fe fof '£•' iftg -. Slid Js »!« golhg 6«,td t ' ' At last , r tlati goverftmSftt Mfe-U O regime will gi¥S rights. The «sp1yi do something fof thft Sunday WeUt td for the Weekly te 1 am a high'Sfrfhtiei 1 , while some lahded few stayed fft recall. Funny, yard golf* a & these ta the M1& New York work cut in the park are the best f eve* Only Studio School Has One Star Pupil By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD t.fl The MGM schoclhouse, which once rang with shoots of. •students like Mickey Rooney. Judy Garland, Lana Turn-, er, Elizabeth Taylor and Margaret O'Brien, now shelters but one regular student a sad-eyed lit- tlf> 8-year-old named Sandra Descher. Sandra appears to be the only child under contract to the movie studios today, and how she broke into the movies will amaze you. I learned the story from the girl ' and her alert mother, Mrs. Audrey Descher. Sandra, who is small for her age and has large brown eyes and long lashes, nibbled on a cottage and cheese and Dapple salad while her motlier .ated: ''You may find it hard to believe. Sometimes I do too. You see, ever since Sandy was very young, people have been telling me •how witty and bright she is. They said she should be in the movies. "Well, I didn't think much about it until a couple of years ago. On an impulse, I called Warner Broth£"* and asked for the casting de- •yjv? secretary tp pne cf ' ' was Wlif g9 J The world's greatest builder of V8's presents THE TOTALLY NEW'55 FOR with styling inspired by the Ford THUNDERBIRD WjJJ-' New FAIRLANE Series . . '.The new Club Sedan, like all six models in Ford's new Fairlane Series, features the new wrap-around windshield, new luxurious, interiors and wide choice of stunningly new, single and two-tone exterior colors. •^.'''W*'' '<#!" .....: ' . Longest, Lowest, Roomiest...most Powerful ever New CUSTOM LINE Series ... The Tudor Sedan (above) and Fordor offer a wide selection of exciting new color and upholstery combinations. Like all 1955 lords, they have a new wider grille, new visored .headlights and sturdier, extra-narrow pillar-posts for better visibility. We invite you to come in and see for yourself. And we tell you in advance you'll be amazed; For this new Ford is totally new—outside, inside, and in thrillingly different performance. The distinctive, long, low lines erf the Thunderbird were its styling inspiration. Inside, you'll be greeted by rich, roomy luxury v . by fabrics never before offered in a motorcar at any price, - Mighty engines, mightier than in any Ford before—' supply its exciting power. You now have three engines from which to choose. And each gives you the safe, split-second response of Trigger-Torque Power. Your ride will be up to 15% smoother—even on smooth roads. You'll find automatic driving at its most versatile, most obedient, with new Speed-Trigger Fordomatic. Best of all, you'll find your kind of car, for there are 16 body styles to choose from in four fresh new lines. 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