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* MOM STAR, H0M, A1KANSA9 Thursday, November 13, 1952 m Hotel, the «fiek#on, Mich/, C\l'.».n:*1"- tilot w»» hirmored fof tho "m"/'(. onUtdnHmu new*photo in lh<f p«*l y«»«r." Tho )e», C»)i(.. Tim** rec«lvprt u ttnn for the "moil con»UUmt 200 Arreited in Tailand Cleanup Witnesses Called in Treason Case Ike, Adloi Message Broadcast Abroad Thallnnrt '.f Thnl' hflve arrfliit^d morn; . j lh«n 20*J (M-morid »U*p*rlH'<l of plot- : I tirtf? t» ovfrlhrow the jjovf-rn-; .. ri.ctit JK.d .-HlltlilUh a C.irr.miini«l. ..., monttOfl went In 'hi-!,,. )(|fm , NKW VOHK <nr< The &,<. —-„--- .--,-.- „„„ Krnnclm'o Chronicle; Jur.uf-j j» ( ,iic( iinM the Red iii-iw.irli rrrtrnoni Htt'-mpi.-d to tmiiil up it.s (peri lodny WOro died u, wn , N. V., P«*t-JonrH«l; n "I )l(} n r .|i|im!ril Ihn arniy nuvy, nlr trinmin cam- :iRiiln«t foim.r Am, Mnniij(. C'Hy, 8 p., Journal; ' "•—"'• ! Cnllf., Prcnii 'Jim tlv .VKW YORK UV l'n'Sir|pnt.o|..c.t i-tl areas of Asia was n-flectcd in ! wi ulin.- up '••••- -'"-" . vt -'« r " f co "-i Communist farti-m. tinuoiir, public •-,••! vie. •, would not j said the pin po«'- of '|>M>IS:~. his f'.t--;ie plans. But In-; the irns;i<!<r broH'lcfists is " To lonnrfl MUIK > s -a;:! lie has n»; f:?!lt ihi biR lie with th MKW VOHK .UP> The A**oel«tion for ««t- n«w»plioto K*. st illna of Ihe «i»»W«) four-dny iHo APMKA In the bi;: pie'.ent m!>-n'.;on of nlii ina and! |>..i;,'h! I). K.i5c!ihi)Wfi' says Com- In th." He said th«:y an- Vt»><v v. .!'• st.-iy on nv j'.l) if ask--d t') d r .•NHt ..tliirks on Rtidio I-Vi-p Ku- H'K thi- spark «t frc.'dom filivt- t :u. ,p<> anil Radio Fn.'e Asia prove .in the people who otherwise inifiht It v. :< • considi-i < d a fm-egnne i,- ii.-l'vork* "an- hurting the! ".lav.- ...uocuitibed to th<- philos- r./:ir>cliemi: th.it I'reMdenl - r I, e c t ,dv j-i.'j: «lvliiK comfort and ,. ri - oi,hy that il is B"O<I to be slaves." t.'.>, jriht b. Kisi-nhowi-r anil IMS at- .1 .: ai/i'ii «>nl lo r,])|.,ri-s«ed r)r-)-, l< rtiey v.i-ii'-ial .'.ill -isk Hoover to '"" tl ' VU-II' t. ..";«:,,„ a-- FMI eh..-f. The v,-ter:,:> ii n i ii t n %•> -t 1*1 »j " P f ••.' • -••"-.»! '- -• • -- kJ f\/\ n/ A f» VV 111 IH Q 1*O 1 n ( '( rfi • 't i i("' * (if f If i 1 IS «1 S f..ftT, |)ollf.., Kovrrnmorit of/k..«. Si;'. J,,|,r. l)i,vlrl l'r..v,m lo.li.i- will. Ki-.'Mhowcr nn.l Ins unsureess- "? O . . , , UjLL ' ,,,'hlv •'•'O< ,'t,',l bv ' Repui/l('.«-. . .,.„ . „,„] t;Vf ,,, (hf. n«tl»n«l n*««rnbly. '.••)''iwon) -fir.m lw» •* \\nw* v.h'. f, : I):-n oci-i.lu: ..pponent in thr Work Under GOP iVi I?. In JiHirmit-Bullctili; nii'lj Hiild^ ,m two Cl lnf»^ ^ltllr'* f''l "'e-y liciird I'ro'.on d.'niini'l ;,n-!-.< pi cftidential campaign. Ad- u-.in-i t'Ml««, W«*h,. TltllPH. uiriU'd l.p <•««•>»«•» "f Hu«»'lnn wra. H't't u cnplurod t' S ufficei «iv.- i;,; I-. Slcvennon. delivcied rr- ,fl»Ck»on Clll*i»n'l f «trl«il ^v*»;|, () n«^ in Ilk-Rill r<ull<i Irnninilin-r. to. 1 Anw-rlcun ii.iht.ny cod.:- to ihc n.irli-.l mdio addii.visi-s lasl nig'ol rll<»d fO' It* work hi nrovlrtlfH ln» l j iiuitntltlR? "f pl'diiUHflrnta n n «l .J.-.pnnr-M'. - - ;<li>rUnc, tin- I'J.>2 Crusade foi • , ls ,,,,.,.,;,,, ,,, ,,,« .,;,„.,. .v... ..i,,- i,,nrr AP With' n l^rli-H nt plCtUrc-H /It <•!!«„« „( I, HuoxUn (ln»ir : ..bolkv<-l ;>,,,vo,. U on l.iul in U. S. Mis- I" "'"';• '•'• Th( "ir _ talks were ..ri.r- ,„ l,,vei iii'ali.»n under Ihe incom- Thr f.yniK s(iuu ie, I....C.-, ion R lit no>f(hrrn MU'hlgnn I'rlnou i •».' '•• l( , | K > p/tlunn, ' ulci "c.Jt.ri «<n (bamc" he MOIVIT! i»-<l ' th(l NI1( "' CI)S ' MBS Too Much to Eat? Too Much to Drink? -| Turns Banish Heartburn* Quick as a Wink/ i . ;:s by tin- outi'.oiim Lie mo- Silt oi'r lOc o rod WASHINr;TOH»a'P. J. Kd- AurM 22. TH* \#» Aniiplcn Tirncn and AIIC nrt.vorks. cup- T)>i CriiMiirlf for Freedom spc. Public •rlrty No. 1 of mtn'« ihlrti, l» »h« eolior, At » ff«y», *0.froy» yo«f huibond'* Urnptr. Our prtwlptton .tor a happltr horn, ti iht wond.rful Wlnfll Rp«M ihlrt. Tht collar Ii madt of fltnuln* olrplano tlolli -2x2 eotlon that wwri, wtori and w «oril It'i oelufllly lift Owaran»»«d-wt'll a!v« you « n*w i«jW,W« H !h« collar w«a» out b«fort lh« * Tallortd In ( fln« eombtd collon Wtffli Hoek«» Ii prk«d amdilnoly t S\ Chole* of collar itytti, »oo - |ui» about tht 0n<Nt ihlrl volut you'vt tvtr comt acroii. REPHANS i Pullet' O«-n. I'lini. Srlynnond. I'M. Ji.pi.ru-flo an i.n informi IfilnUt'T "f Ibi 1 Inti'i'lur. in.ipiiitHridlit iilln 1 In- wns . , .. . , the Communist flrii? ww» tired with otli.T AmerleniiK on ..„••, |(^ dlo Free Kurnpo and II by Kubiil) S.ilpriullt, » Corroijidor In tlv- l'ldllpplnc:i in ,,l" I'"' 1 ' A«lit, which batllc Com Dnnukok jminuilUt who*'- ||,.|2. Tin- trial v'.a;i scheduled lo mutii ' i-ropaiiJmda. The Ciusadc Wtlo Iff f>mpiny«'d In '"'• Hu»»li.n ri-hiiino lodny. ;i (iiiv.ii. orKani/.ation' financ'-d by ;< ifMt'in l)«ri'. It w"'i not imported Tc-ttln'.iiiy of two -.vltncsMivs yen voluntary contributions, is whi'thcr Kuldlb wi»n nrri'.itcd i.'idnv coi loborab-il n .itory •I Inve 1 lii'ali'in under me incoiii- me nyini . m' nc'ilib'lii'an admiriislration, it ftlides throush the air. H is ' Ie-u-nefl today. Iv/i.-en its body and li.-«s. and tnese ;,•; ou. . Tin- r.'-'yt'ar-old 'Kill chief. no>.v' stret.vh during •' glide. I THI TUMMT Record fast relief for gas, heartburn,* sour stomach, acid indigestion* rm ' ' <*^**m*tQ9ltiffrfl i«.nnuon »l«rc. »' «'"i not i-«'|.inne.. •rc^Unuuiy of two -.vltncsMi-.s yc.'i- vi'iuniaiv i-i>mriuimiMi!i, is seeKiui'. ?»te^> »j. >• i •maUK whi'thcr Kuldlb w»« urn'.otcd i.'idny tin roborab-il n slory told '"'' uiilllnn dollars lo ntn-n(ilheu "-I** • M m ttli.4 AL > IJ I/MMUI iSS ' Knl«rli lit « louder of the l«-fi ( , ni .|| p| . t |,;,t |- r .,vc,o thrcntenprl u "^ ''•" "b-nstlni! fncilitics. «^ Ulhw KlfOrV Wlfft \nfllllll nllDW wSS "'•"* "\w»--<-" movi.-mcnt. He I'- |;. .S, oilonel with :< heutiiiK If he -ioin Kl.senhower and Strvrdson % fflMI I»fWl ffllW WHWMIW l»ltw»» BBj fl|*r< n Ipiiiler of UK- l(?ftlnl TM-WR- ,,,f UMC ,| ,„ |,,.tniy UK- code lo the ..id tin i'ff<.-i:livi<no.ss of the Crum* 1 " " " ' ' jjgH | ih«'» whr hftvi) liiki-n over H>'- jnpimpiia. ,,.> i.•':. r-idlo proKrauis berimed t" fl**" Public .nirrtV No 1 Of mtft'l «htrl«. l» » h « « ollof< H if' 1 '** ***<»*•>""" '•' Th»ll.-md. ^ M M| . (|w|i , |rv| (I(>| S( . vj ,,, ,.,t H lite countries in Ku I rUPIIC •n«n'r '^ Wl • "' "' ... — _ rtnfm ; xuown for it« vnulciil ino-i oin ..'.,, .. ., ,. .,.,„, ,,,.1 ihi> r^»mr<Mtfiiui.iiii-<iiiien. AMOOliillon for *torlcn. s/, 1 j. ilfi|i(inc*!tt'. -,.i ''''•' r-idio programs berimed t Cpl. Kobert M. Brown , m -l Col ^" 1 '" 1 ' >''b>llile countries in Ku H«ilse~ Viinc,- si.lrl they wit- '"I"' •""' lne Cornmunist-threiiteiv I'r.ivoo'.s i.tlci.ipl In e.xlo.'i -,, - thi- code from Col. Tlieodor" ;i i|.ir.t.-red to S^t. Jumrs 1'alone , ". ., , . 'IViiKlie. n RlKiial officer undei .,,.|,,, n H;i latter refused to tell his; P .mim».cli«l th.- papor for in i.,., { . ( . M .,„„„„,.,„ \Va.nw-rl H ht uh,-u ,,„„„, where Ihe Americans Had: the mo»l nH.inl>«r»hl|. coope.MHM rn , n . (ri(lf ,,. fl . u . Tl ,,, KU( . ,,. sllfl ,.M ,„;,,,,.„ ., forUltll . ,„ j,,,,,,,,,,',.^ ,.,„..! ilierillonH n llu- \vi>«Kiy Al i.".. - ,,.„.„,,,. ,,,„, h) . r ,.f,, MW | i,, jiisclosr l( ...,.y l,,.fore Ihf Japanes,- arrived.; <* limst in IW.W. ,. (1(|l ( j ( .,,p(i ( . tho Ihreat. | 1( . si ,|.|. he stooed "pell-ified" as' Hill'V.'Pll. I'hiilrniiiii of Ihe Ni-\ • ' , ' , , .i.nm vi, nit. r.,it,»iiin.i. «'i.'.i H 'I'll iti,cSiS<TH told how I'rovoo p,n\i!o nnd a uroup of Japanese ^TltoSirdV^f^ln.^^.^-*.^ J<.p...0.e civiimn doth,,, ,,,«- k ,,. and. Jabbed Palone unli, t .s..«lto.U cwqirnillan Kiv«n lo ilu> m«l carrlcrt n rldlnR crop as he m- v.etmi w«n unconscious. Vl' bv the t I*>II<|'ITII mid •.'»• lor flfrt the rolir .if "Master of Ma- Vance, a J5-yonr veteran in the ihh nlctiiri^ iif.ni- i ''" ljl Tunni-l" in thf undernrouiid .u-v,y. if MOW stationed at Trieste ''Milnv'^od'piciur ,v pro.'pH.on. , n.i ,,a, flown lo New York to vlrtcit lit Tb.- A»s..cl..tfd I'r.-iiH by. W'-own ilescribcd a beallm. ml- Uglily. •ill n\!Mr.bi'i'i," he nnid, "but Iliese nnnnburk lu.vo dwic an outsiand- ln« Job (if ruopenttluw wltli thr AP In Hi'ivitinu of piptiirrs lo nil of Ihi „ , ,. ... : • V See the GAS RANGE off the DAY It's MAGIC CHEF On Display at Your Friendly lOmiAM4GAS y OLE SINE ROUNH UP riMEii^ CO -^./r^>-«^ SHOf AT FOODLAND AND SAVE 'FOfc ortiROCiRiES THAT ARE NOT , NOV. 15»h WILL BE VOID GOQDTOTHE LAST DROP I Lb Con 85c SYRUP EWS i In Ou^Market I ir-f ? f RESH . LEAN SHOULDER PORK ROAST. ,43c *> 'GOID ' Quart rr- , CRAFT Jor DDC ifiD BUSH'S BEST. UT Can 0 *' * 3 For 36C HAASE O'R*» , 3 Or, Bottle <&«lv 29e PRODUCE ARMOUR SLICED BACON Lb. 48c TENDER PORK CHOPS,49c SMOKED JOWLS Lb, 19c LEAN TENDER CUBE STEAK , b 75c New Brer Rabbit reminds "old-timers" of real ribbon cane flavor* And in syrup, it's flavor that counts! Prominent sugar cane grower mjs "BEST EVER" iTAT0ES PIE NANCY HANKS CHERRIES 2" f «45c •S 5 ft 35c HUNTS 2 For 55C HUNTS 300 SIZ6 • H i i ^«r j •» <*ir *w*r^» *•• w» •" 15cl fruit Cocktail 2 FO, 49c „ . ,„.. . SUN SWEET .HtiElftiES 29c| PRUNES NEW OK LEANS ... Is there nn "old-timer" in your family who is always harking back to the wonderful syrup folks used to enjoy in tht; "K«>"d old days"? The kind made from Ribbou Cane-ithat trnvc syrup u flitybr that was simply glorious? ^ Today that marvelous "old-time" flavor is here a^ain ! Here to make your hot biscuits and corn bread, your pancakes and waftles a hnvul- licit' troat. Just try it, you'll sec! It's tho now Brer Rabbit Syrup a now flavor your family will simply dote on! Tho new Oror Rabbit Syrup combines lightness and sweetness in a delicious com-' biimtion that modern Southerners vote "tops." Mild and light, it tastes just right--makes everything you put it on taste liner than ever! STORE TESTS... folks who tasted, praised its flavor MR. VICTOR WINTZ, Annandalo Plantation, White Castle, La. . . . shown with Mrs. Wintx and their three attractive little daughters. The Wintz family has lived in Louisiana for many years. They know sugar cane! They know syrtip! They think the new Brer Rabbit Syrup is the best yet! _ SCOTT COUNTY TTcl PUMPKIN No2i Can ~*m£m&semff 0 0 SUGAR lOLb. Bag 83c WitK eoch $5.00 C •MwUNI f U-C«B mfi^^mm^m> Shortening 8U>, Poll $1.85 MEMPHIS: "Tasto this now syrup, nm'am,-and say how you like (tr- Iii stoves th/outfh the Mississippi Delta region, people tasted tho new Brer Rabbit Syrup . . smacked their lips' . und gave their delighted answers: Ton to one-the chorus was "YES !" Did they like the new Brer Rabbit "hotter than tho syrup they wore now using?" Again tho chorus was a resounding "Yes !" Almost 7 times as many said "Yes" as said "No I" Even people who have u*ed Brer Rabbit Syrup for y«er« were outspoken in liking thi* new Brer Rabbit even beWed People Jitce you*- lik« ' "Tastes jyst rij?lit." "Host I've lastod -they've surely improved llror Kahbit Syrup." In-New Orleans: "Well. I'm nu'tthty partk'ular about .syrup but I'll try your test . . - M-m-m, say, I likf this Brer Uabbit." "This tastes like real old-lime syrup." "Tastes like country syrup." "This T.rer Rabbit would be grand on biscuits and pancakes." 1 So said folks who tried the new Bmr Rabbit. At your house-we think your family will say the same! This new, lighter, milder flavor, sweet but not too sweet can bring new pleasure to your table, three times a day. Try Brer Rabbit, why don't you-first time you're in the store? "Growing sugar cane is our business" says Mr. W/nfz % "We know what a dill'crenee the right cane makes, in the final flavor of table syrup. "In the good old days, the linest syrup was made from Ribbon Makes Hot Biscuits a New Treat! Your lino hot bi.-i-uits uiil win iu-\v praise, omv folks tas'i- llu-in with r.fxv Hver llaWu: Synin. It's sweet, Imt iu>t too s\\eel. A liyht, inihl syrup that doesn't hide lh>> !lavor of hot breads, paiu-akes and wallles . . . Hist nuikes thoin taste ini'iti-t! Memphis: "' *'8vy«et <n(i»wgh_but »»ot too sweet lias %i»ew taste." DOG FOOD 1 Lb. Cant J ! i "Mild *u j not too strong-" "Would be Hue on cakes and wufflea." Local stores now stocking now flavor now hat , lighter Irer ta NEW SYRUP A FINE ENERGY FOOD Children burn up so much food eneiyy in their active play, they need an >.rtra supply, to grow on. • rw^ Give them plenty of delicious Brer BF J*<f Rabbit Syrup! It's u fine "fuel J?'*^ food". concentrated "energy" that is easily digestible and in expensiYe, too. T/ 1 For light, <n<M try BROWN IASEl IWWw BPWsWPj For richer, fuller cant flavor, try lABEt Brer Rabbit Brer Rabbit Syrup Cane. And today we have found that the Brer Rabbit people have captured the secret of that old- time goodness. It's delicious! At our house, Brer Rabbit Syrup is a daily pleasure, for us and everyone who drops in." IN SYRUP IT'S THE FLAVOR THAT COUNTS! There are many syrups on the market but there's only one way to , judge them-and that's on flavor. You'll find some have a strong taste, others an over-sweet taste. But Brer Rabbit-well, there's a syrup that tastes just right. And Brer Rabbit makes pancakes, wallles, hot biscuits and corn bread belter than ever before. TRY BRER RABBIT AND SEE FOR YOURSELF LOOK FOR THE RABBIT! Thursdoy, November 13, 1-952 HOP! STAR, HOPI, ARKANSAS PRESCOTT NEWS 14 _ Friday, Novei^bfr 1} The Wednesday Bndye Club will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 in the home of Mi.-.. H. H. ISleKenzie. Leo Cox Davis Sunday School | Class Meets With Mrs. Pittman j .The Leo Cox Davis .Sunday! School Class of the first Methodist: Church held tlu-n monthly put lueki supper Monday evening in the home ol Mrs. Uan 1'iUman Sr.,, L with Mrs. Hunter Scott and Mrs. The dinin;: table held an allrac-1 live arrangement of fiuil and autumn flowers \\ere placed at van- points in the rooms. The invocation was given by Wat \V. While Sr. '; Following UK supper a brief business session \\as condueled by the president. Mis. Andrt w Davis at tlie ChrM- be held in Hirst, were ducted by the chairman. Mrs. Wat; son White, Jr Mrs. Jack Cooper; had charge of Ihe study from t..ej 'book "Scattered Abroad." ' The closing prayer was voiced; by Mrs. J. O. Coleman. i Cake and coffee were served by the hostess during the social hour. Time Will Tell About Korean Issue •3y ARTHUR EDSON For James Marlow .VASHINCVTON <& -- As ciimpnign moved the into ts finrl works, the Hepublicnns | in.ide the Korean Wnr their No. 1 1 ' = siio. A. Dilliard of' IVmoi-ratic blundering, jiiests Sunday i iv.,hlicnns paid, led to — of Mr. and Mrs. Hody Butler the pe.,eo. But since the IT. S.. Russia, Britain. France nntl Niv tlonalis! China must agree on n Mii-cessoi- •— «t a time when tney h.-uen't neon able lo iiRrre on the j lime of day -I.i.'s hope looks j like ;i kng shot bet. i Whether Risenhowor will P' cl< up anythinj! in Korea that may) ; lead to a solution of his No. 1 ! problem remains to be seen.^ ' Hut tr.c mnn on Ihe spot, .den. James A. Van Fleet, eommnnder of the KiKhth Army in Korea, has said he's sure the trip will the president-elect. DeSoto Prices in Slight Drop UKTIUMT, U'TM — DeSoto division of Chrysler corporation to ln\ announced prices o' 15)53 Dp' Solos, down as much ;..>• $11 on models iin I up as six-cyli ; '!t r mod- Come Soo Low Pricos Galore! . Come Save on AaP 1 -. THRIFTY GROCERIES help Mr. and Mrs. S. Camctcn were tho Mr, and Mrs. L. M. Cumminus hail as their weekend guests Mrs. Voliner Vick and children Angela n. that will Mrs. O. G. which timi mas parts. tjthc home of discussed. The evening's devotional was giv en by Mrs. C. A. Wynn. Mrs. Johnnie Hooks had charge ofthe .names and pri/.es were won by Mrs. I.,. M. Cummings, ar.d Bennie of Ucnton. •Mrs. Jim Nelson, Jar.c and Walter have returned from Longview, iYxii.s, where they were the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Wilson. the Re- and pro- 'ed — the war. I s'i;<H RO to Korea." Dwifflit Kisenhower said, and seek an Iv ar.d honorable end to the furhtine. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Gee and daughter. Mary fcUhcl. of Greeu- ville, Miss., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Imon Gee. Fred While and Miss .Ann \\hite of Little Rock spent a part of last , week as the guests ol Mrs. Mrs. Fred T. While. Mrs. Andrew. w _ white, Sr. Davis and Mis. Hays. There were nineteen present. Woman's Federation Has - | I Monthly Meeting j The V. Oman's Federation of Ihe Presbyterian Church met on Mon•. day afternoon at ii o'clock in the McRae Memorial Room for the November study. Mrs. Carl uairymple presided and opened the meeting with a thought from the cievolional booklet "To-Day" and led in prayer. After the business meeting Mrs. Dalrymple led the stewardship . study on "David" and voiced the y closing prayer. There were eleven members pro sent. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Danu'l and Richard of Hot Springs were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Cox. They were" accompan- led home by Mrs. Sid Gentry. whp has been the guest of relatives. Orvillc Kcily and son. John-: were accompanied oven there Mrs. nie of Ualdron home by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hooks, who were her week end guests. Miss Lillie to W M U Miss Lillie to circle 1 ol Butcher Hostess Circle No. 1 Ijuli'her was hostess the WIVIU of the First her home on: Baptist Church at Monday afternoon. Miss Butcher gave devotional talk. A brief business session was Housework Easy Nagging 1 nBKnBm'i(.. hoaSU nn.1 ,li,,in,-« rn:,y l« due to slmv- ,l(.wn of ki.lne.- function, llnclors siiy B»u< kidney function is v--,y ii-.-.purtnnt to p<»'(l liL'ulth ^V!lt•n Home cvoryilay comlition.sucn n.s stress ul*.l stn.in. c-uusos Ihm imimrlunt function to s l,nv,| 1 ,v,-,,,m.-inyfoll ;! ;sullormiK- KinB Ijacknclic-li'i'l mi^rnhl'.-. Muiof lilacl- dcr iri-iUilinn» (!«>-• t" c»l«l ">' wi'""B diet nuiy ciiuscBettiniTUpnittliis(.i-fre<iiii'iilpiis»:iK<'». Don't llCBli'i't your kidneys it these rnmli- tiuns luithur yipu. Try I)..an's Pillf;-" niiUi diuretic. Used silccesstiiHy by millions tcir over 50 years. It's ii!i:ii:'.iiiB li»« many limes Bonn's Biv«1mpny relief from these diseom- forts-helptlu- to mili'sof kidney tubes anil filters llusll out \vuste. Get Uoiin's I'ilU tocluyl A cheap attempt to play politics • v ill' peace, the Democrats re- nlied. • Wl-o was riphl nnd who was wr.Mit; isn't so importanl now. : What is importanl is this: The N". ' 1 i-=Mie row turns into the No. 1 problem for Ihe new administration. And the battle lines in Korea, and tl-v political battle lines in tho Uniicd Nations, arc so drawn that neither side seems in position to score n convincing break- Wat ' through. i The diplomatic stalemate has ' ! beon illustrated again this week in :ir"'imcnt'< before the United Nations. The dispute now is over the 121.000 prisoners of war held by 1Vio . UN. fon-es. Should these prisoners of war be turned over to the North Koreans even if they don't want to mi? It should be remembered that if this problem is settled s no cuaranlee that another v. or't boh up immediately lo take its place. Andrei Y. Vishinsky. Soviet foreign minister, gave his country's ofl-stated view Monday H was, yc« th.'.v must be turned back. Ki^-ia. he said, will not budge on this issue. Yes'eiday Anthony Eden. Bri- Msh foi'eian secretary, gave his. country's ofl-staled view. It was, j ! no the prisoners of war should I have a choice. "After an armis-j ir.r-r." Kden said, "a prisoner of' ; war may not be either forcibly do).: >",.(! ,,r forcibly repatriated." Prime Minister Winston Chruchill . sneaking in London, came up; with a more vivid picture. j "It would be dishonor." Church-j ill said, "to send thousands of i helpless prisoners of war back by: force to be massacred by the Chinese government, which boasts il has actually rid it-elf of two mil- • ivi of its own people." | The -U. N. slalcir.ale was em- phasi/ed further by the resignation of Trygve Lie. its secretary general. Lie Ions had been in the ™™*«.^.r-^%^^^^\°S. ™^.-^^3^vtt« woman pushing a baby C.IM.I.L h , h In fining him one pound («2.HO), ; L J_ ; . iho magistrate commented that, \ the man had an "obsession against! | n-'i-sons with a pram because he; ,had been kept so long in one as< a child " KING 70 TODAY STOCKHOLM, Sweden (Xf ,ien's King Gustav Adolf VI cole- bvated his 70th birthday today wi'h reval splendor and leslivitu.- not seen in Ihis capital for ninny years. A procession through part 0| the capital gave many thousands chance to viuw King. Kill-cylinder •.'.ich as $;>t on of Swedes ehoer their The new De Solos go on display Tluu-.-d; y in dealers showrooms across the nation. The biggest price out' rue \>\ '''• "Klre Dome V-tV c^uvertiblo and station wngon, dov n 11 from last sear to S2,!Mft and 3,125, I'i'spcTtivi'ly. All "powermasler six" models mv up $:il except the "Sports- mi n." ep $20 to $2,"iH2. Six-cylinder models actually carry small'.'!' price t-'RS than last year but do no! include the $121 semi-iuitomat- ii shift which was standard equipment in ID52. In AfcFt value-packed Grocery Department you'll find hundreds of items, including many famous brands, marked with money-saving prices. ION A WMITI CREAM STYLt REG.17< 103 Can No. 303 |C< Mrs. Ira Ward of Little visited her daughter, Mrs. Kn\g Jr. and family over the end. Rock' Karl week: Mr. and Mrs. U. L, McRao had as their week end guest her mother, Mrs. Grace Uilson of Little Hock. CORN PEAR HALVES PEACHES CUT-RITE WAX PAPER ION A REG. 29 < BARTLETT No. 2Va Can A&P FREESTONE HALVES REG. *9< No.2VaCaii. B»a- FINE BAKERY VALUES! PUMPKIN PIE A Real Jane Parker Value! REG. 49 i Mrs. Ruth C'antley of Little Rock has been visiting Mrs. Elccla Wells inspiring'and her lather. J. D. Chanlley. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lcclbctter of Bcnton visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foy Box over the week end. Mr. and MBK. Kddic nounees the arrival of i£dL-cl, on November 0, Uounell llospiUil. OIL SQUIRTER Danncr an- a son. Otis at the Cora his resigna- U. N. save At night you can see farther and better on concrete. Its light-colored surface spreads illumination. Pavement edges, obstructions and pe-'- destrians are clearly defined. Night or day, wet or dry,' concrete has uniformly high skid-resistance because of its permanently gritty texture. You can stop quickly, safely^ Concrete saves money, too. It is moderate in first cost yet can be designed accurately for any axle load— and concrete keeps its load- .carrying capacity throughout its long service life. Concrete pavements cost ' less to maintain, last much longer. All this adds up to fow-cmnual-cosf service. ALMOND JOY OR M MOUHDS 4 CAMPBELL'S TOMATO JUICE JANE PARKER ROLLS Brown 'n' Sorvo JANE PARKER GOLDEN LOAF CAKE *tc 3 JANE PARKER FRUITCAKE ta, Ib, Slio U. SIRLOIN STEAK OC 4 ROUND STEAK A;J POT ROAST 49 • ••••-—• PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION , .916 Falls Bldj*iUUtmphU 3 ' Tenn> A nationarorganization lo improve tfnd extend the uses of porlland cement and concrete . . . through scientific research and engineering field work PITT fRAfKERS l .' b ' 33< CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS Ib. 1,« - do! SMOKED WCNICS 6-8-.b S , v.b, MAYONNAISE PAOI auan W^ BROOKF8ELD LINKS Sausage lbs§ GELATIN SPARKU 3,, 0 .17t BACOIf GRAPE JAM ANN '. PAOI 1-lb, . .Jar BACON TAU KORN Sllc.d U..A... ORDER YOUR :lUR|C*f Friday and Saturday rr When you're really hungry, -. reach for a tasty Holsum sandwich. See how good it tastes. How it satisfies outdoor appetites down to the very last bite! Busy Bee Grocery & Market (Limit- 4 Cans) PET MILK PET MILK (umt SUGAR 8 cans) H 1 Cans GODCHAUX (Limit 10 Lbs.) GODCHAUX (Limit 10 Lbs.) 5 Bo bg 48c •** ^^•~--'2'. Look H 10 £95c POTATOES 10 L B b ° 5 49c niinr i ADr\ WILSON'S PURE LARD (L,mirsibs) 4 c L , bn 53c MY MARKET ! Cut My Own Meat U. S Good BEEF ROAST CHUCK t b 39c Government inspected and graded. _ _ ___ — T-BCNE — CLUB STEAKS Lb. 59c EXTRA NICE PORK CHOPS Lb. 49c TALL CORN, SLICED BACON (Limit 2 Ibs.) Lb. 43c Plenty of Cat & Buffalo Fish APPLES ONDURAS COCONUTS CRANBERRIES Lb 3k RED ROMES Lb. 15c Lb. 10c 3RAPES Emperor Lbs CELERY ' ; PI Poiicol YELLOW ONIOKS BANANAS GRAPEFRUITS PEtERBAN PEANUT BUTTER PETER PAN SALTED PEANUTS You're the center of attraction, You smile because you know you look ^ your best. Holsum gives you healthy eating, happy living. Gives you flavor with a smile! OLD DUTCH WRISIEY I4*oi. Cleanser Pkg. M'i^ Sunkist Lemon , *' JlliC6 v 6 .t ctm.l Star-Kill L J*«' ^-iW« ___ „ tt SdMW*'.'* Wesson OSI »<«., All-Purpoijk ' i*,* SOAP — 8 Cake* lnPlaitlcla0 GLIM LIQUID DiTIRGINT PLASTIC PROTECTED Holiura U pr9l««l*«l In *• pledlc- KAROSYRUP ARCO STARCH •KII..M I .liuiilfylj J I .«".»-'l..l .1 I -JMMI I 'I ••'"'" "" " """ IMALSOAP PIAISOAP 2^33' iff TUNA FLAKI5 N«. Va . 111 last Division Buyjtokum ivsL^ • ^sfci«*£&H<~ &*&C~ • ' 7 • OHBER'i RICE, BAILEY, CiKtAi or OATMiAl OEWfg'3f5tra)iv>d»r Chopped •AIY FOODS I'M, W fi aj5 fe,

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