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v; J ' Fwrt MOM STAR, HQM, ARKANSAS Thursday, December 11,19S2 I Ford at ipo Auto Co. Friday DIP iwih Society fWday, Dec. U, In i Auto Co. HlB n»w nw introduced WHftout nny ~, ~ r pfeoent prloe*, ttfc«iv« now grille with n ccn- 1 churiK'terliiile of roci-ni Continued from P»BO Three birllls | Mr. «rtd Mr*. J. W, l»nHcr«on. ! Jr,, of Ttidcnlooiin, Al» , nnnoimcc the nrrlvnl nf ft ft Ib, 13 "*• <l«ii«ht- on noromfocr l», Thf p»- n ..ind|>Hfpnlii at it Mr, «nd J. W P»U<fr*«n, Sr,, "f MOJ«J mid thtt imilwwt (jtwiiilpnrt'iit* lire Mr, ni)<> Mix, IXM: Hnoln ul Knyirltc, Alii, i Mr, nwl Mr*, Victor Oroln.- tit Tcxurkiinn iimimmcf llto (irrlvitl of Letters to the Editor Thin It your n«w»p»p«r Writ* to ti. Utt«r« crltlcUinj the edi loriil |H>lley or cutnmtntlni upon '»*t« in the n»w* (.'jlumrn, trt nimt il|n hit nunit ona io it 'thr> Proving Ground, 1 think this should rate R».m«- vpry Rood publicity. M'-»l rt'gnn\*. HOI'K MANUf ACTUKtNG CO. II Bonder CrcKldvnt Friday, December 12 [><•<:. 0, IM2 )f'i|H', Ark, PRESCOTT NEWS Uuest of Mr. and Mrs. BUI Cobb!"' M , r , nn 5* Mrs. CO. Atkinson I and Mrs. C. A. Grantt, Sr. and saw South Pacific. Mr. and M«."~Hu~iih Mart ana; Mr and Mrs Loyce Anderson daughters:, Margaret Tucker and ' attended tho Letter Carriers con...— Mary Brown of Camden were trie ention in Fort Smith over the week nd. Mr, Hen Own I'rrviiidcfit, Chunibrr of Mo|n>, Aikrirutnn Drni Mr, Owfil. I want lo Uiko Th. Senior Ijoy.t .-.rid Kills basket WSCS Ha» Monthly Meeting Sunday Kucsts of Mr. and Mrs. W.;*'""l,;,;i trams will ui.t.-t the Ashdosvn I', re.-'Imu th" regular bii!»nesyr. Hart ami Mr. and Mrs. \\ allace ; t ,,,ms Krldav pwmn« at the I',,,- ,,.,,.-^ fi of the WSCS of the First Fl , mbt ., lun . Mi.s. Biad B,,« ,,H lllKh School C.ym. M,.,,,l,,t n.m-,:h that met at h, _ ._. he,.uests Ml a mmor ,,., rlmi.-n "ii M'">day afternoon, the Mr , ind M|;; ,, a( . k C oopor aud ;hUc<l ol Pin '' M1U t.ro Cox Onvl< S. S. Clann H.is Annual Party Bright has had ns and Mrs. Wilton Bluff. lor a brief business ^j,. . |lu ) M, S (.; t . ol - su Green spent! ,,. ,, . ~~~l 7~ ,, _, „«..,• winch the regular Sunday in Texarkana as the «ui-sts ! .. Mlss . M . Brj " ni? Andprs » n . Mr ; nnd - •• h Mrs. Jack Rosenberry of Malvcrn Thank* Chamber Cormn«re> Kdllor The Mini: I win *>'ni •"•"• "" v»w«-,i, . «... ~.- r,,.» ~ . -,., „ . ,. Mrs. Jack Hosenberry ol Malvcrn ;tlll» opportunity of IhnnkiriR you Thirty four mrmhers of th«- I..-o monthly business me.•tin« w,is nc.ia ,, r M, ;uui Mis. Jcwi! Mioptaw. w(i| . (i ^ we( . kend Kucsts o { Mr 'and thi- rlmmbcr f»ir flxtriK up out- f.ix Davis Si.irid.-iy Selu.ol f.-!:,..; P r,f Mi- •' v MrMahen. president .,nd Mrs Fred Anderson jnliiKmt ImpOMfible roi.d. It «'rv«.i th.- KlrHt Methodist Church enjoy- pidid.d The minutes were read Mr. and Mrs. I.eroy Phillips had; " !iiUMM.'lvt'» mid OttKT Industries (lore c<l th'-ir a nu.il Christmas p.-irty by th- ^..'<-ret;u y. Mrs. O G. Ilir- ils lri ,. M . yu-sts Sunday. Mr. and! M( . . )nd M " rs charlcs Dcws and <»i lh« P,-,ii.-inir r:,f.i..,.l vfr,,\,Liv -v. d»>!> :.I tlie rhii,,i, ,, ,n. vt :n.d iTUoils of cominitter'S were Mrs. Bill Foster of !Slircv-i;orl. . Hoy Cr»m, »t «rc the patrrnnl finimlpur- «l Mr. M. O. Monron of homU « ll«l »'«P" U th* n copy of „ ,rucr I h.y. written B ,, - - lit the Proving Oioiind. Mritni.iy -v. Wi« h«v<! been u yc.n trying Ui » \»i\ Im-k :•• fixed Aft-i you took '•**'"• im iritcii-st In It, with thu line f..:.- and M &,,», Cniicw, viun pr»(tld«nl of] Hospital 'Motor Company nnd «i>ner«t! Of ford Ulvimon, maid; j JTord I* B worthy imce«»- tlH lh« iixlllloini of nuN ihjn Jy ha» built »lnct' lu« into Fm-d oi'tfnnlnod it in Jinn*, Br«noh UlNchnntod; Mr, It, K, Hoycn ol J)luvin«. Ark. lo iinr iiiulnnl fn'-rid M' v ri fionccrnltiu thn wonderful «,,,v,c.- c ,.„.„„,.,.„„„„ llf „„. n , ilfI1 , M . r ol he HM dono in uiirHlvM nnd to Clinttl , A( , „„.,„ , , u . l|r Hto r««l of the HulimtrlM Urn- nt ,„ v)i ,,., ()f y(m| . f|xmi , , |u , rf| . (f| n-I yon hiive, we have K"iie iiheiid jii '* .'i«.rit liroiigllt Nbnut tin- dentil." with oui lait;.' expansion iirom.nn \n of hU Wlflt and hid innlliiT-Jn- bi-n-, We ,ne Ineic/i-Unii our fncii >•, "Md |iirii«(.|f," finld Oeoiur M (ties, and \\'.inl to tiy In doolile .MO >•: Johnunn, dfputy dlslrlrt iitioiney. payroll iji'twrin now and Ki-bruary ml •>'! i,ml ftvldcnri- .t|i<nvi-<l I. Mis. Si lirii! at th.' ehm.h •... ilh st '".d reports ipper. Mrs. J. t' Wnod- hi-ard . veil Miinn, Mrs. J A. Tin- ni.iup .-iiii •Joy to the Wor Mrs. Matt Hill. Mr. and Mi- ! daughters spent the weekend in , ' Arkadolphin with his father. MrJ s. Johnny Hook'; '.vei- Id" and "'I'iiere's A SoriK i n the l;m Greesoa. and Jimmy ol l.iltn 1 ; M..-TS. An" with Mrs. MeMahen playing Hock were the weekend quests of T!i'- supper tuble was covered th' 1 violin oi)linal» and Mrs. Hirst Mr. ;md Mrs. C'. I). Meow am and! itli a white elolh with a cellar nt the piano. otlier relatives. ; ,•!.• of c.'dar and nandina herri-s Mi's. .1. W T(M.-li-r told the Christ __ :,-rv-ilnl bowl flanked liy liuht.-d ma, -.toiy of Christ and the story Mr. and Mrs. C.'. H. Gray and' (••n candles in matchup hold- <'f ill- I-ate Carol. children have letmned Irom a visi After Ihe son«. "Silent Night" it in Tuscnn. An/.. ' •|!ie invoeatlori was given l>v Mrs. Iheie was a gift exchange from a -- George Dews. Wake Up To More Comfort Without Nagging Backache Nni'triiir l«»fkurhp. l"»s.if i>i<pnnd energy. hfiiiliu'lics ninl ili/.y.iin-flw muy !«• duo to H|IIW- nt' kitlni-y funrtinn. l)ncti»rs Hiiy KDIM! to Ford thin ',J» ,llm rojiult ot only one •front publio upiwiit of our ^ And Ml« IM3 Ford linN 0 f«tttwe» of t»e ctirreiH ino- now be««ly, t-oiriJorl, snd Duality Uirouun- j Double Murder/ i suicide Ruled J.O8 ANOE1.KS VPi • -The dehtlm | ol Ihiei' mi'inUein of the lame Ko«i tern family In Simln Monlcn lire i bplnn (.'lanidlii'd IIH doubli- murder : ft'id milc'ldi', u\c dlnlrii't attorney !•; I-;. Shell. li-aotifnlly decorated Christmas Miss Uoi othy Wilson of Little Mr0. KftfltOfK hnd been jilnick \Vlth this kind of cordial, and M • D S Jordan gave the devo- Ir— ' Hock was the weekend KU-st ol Ui.liu-y fun.-iiiin i* vory Impnrtmit t" L . MO n. Mr», Vntlflcrmev Muim:l<'iMi'-l|iliil eii-opci ntiini. I <loo t Hun tion.d, The ChristmaM Story c,t A t-a hour was enjoyed. The ta- her mother, Mrs. Kobl.i- Wilson. I1 |'!"^ II I;.^ > '. I1 ' I ' 1 '!J 'VnVin''^^^'.^ S^Vipm-ian't * iri 1)0(1 nrtrl thnl K(IR(er« look Kli'.'p- any Industry should h- apptellen- Cinist, and (old the story, "Whv 1<I" was covered with a lace cloth — : ruii.-ii'.iiii'.i-l.pwiliiwii.iniin.vrfilk^si " t.ihli'tN. JnhliKOn «Ilir I It W1IH nlr.nifk'anl Ihllt 'Ko»tr>l'N Illlllltd hid lirolhei in JMW H life Inmirnnce policy tin 1 davi bnfurc the firp. Thtt writer of tin-' nnonymcitm U'tu-r hn» nol been' identified, I «dejil(inflte tho IP5I1 KnrU w, AunlversBry cur, » IUMIB.- I' been pltK'ud on the top of i lioiuntn In goinblniitlon' | t new half OlrclQ horn rm«, i ^.tld thtf Fpr«l crcitl In lliu ci'ti-.; && the emUiam me U>t worom ! 1008-IUW" i J, 0«norHl Un<; Humor*. . > : nmtla-r, Mm. Minnie Vmicu'rimty, '"• woll! lt)ll " rt (t "" (1 '" th « ! "' l)l!IIK ' "«' v . *» '"'«"' f '»" dwiitioyod thcli-: '«»ine, At firwl tm>y wuiu Iwllnvud '" »»VB dimi in t«u fire, I mm mi Mimiiyuiou* it'tu'i *umi«iiU'd thu . _ "now miracle ride lit HIM* •• <i«« hlgili volume fluid for int- ! •Unio tlie smoolU itdinii I'li.u- r,;,,;;:; , Tluit bnm»ht turllwr «unon. i "TJutro i» no ovtdi-ncv to Ju»ii- iy <>ny olhor «onciti»Um in an inn .,,,n,.y, ...... >.„,„ ;" : „»,.,,„ ....... • Snhw n«w I 0 «tur« or tho lU5i« «!'«.* »» w *\**** n *™ T,!'I: stort.' Olhcr (oitUnvtt Include { j'* "huiKiglit" uouy conctiUf j •Which *eiils out wntiT, (iu.«t , H« ruuUci cuHitinui'ii Lk nnrt Join^ woldeu, KUUI- pluiitit! nuaied. A* in lUoJi bruki* pi»di»U nr<> wbovt' Ui uo iiwti.v, :«ju§ty, dr«tly Jloor Uolos, k«»tJ br(i|ttf tiyunciur tiwuy from rowtl | '%te flirni, ««U S provtdu unob> Qlcd floor HPHCK tor tlio dnvar ' mutely itlUHH In HtftivrttmMn i ' IOQ wittUnhlnW, \\w' ionr wuulow ntirt. dido windows of thu Ad oplluntil t-milpnu'iiV, Ktta coui. l''ord l«HKHT, »(rfu u "- i •"* *nfety itluim in avail- etroutlvaiy cvu»! uuuiuw in toe VicinriuB, Ki»rd coiiliiHioB to linttun« center. \ fill luvlinu wiin the HUBUIIIHI cup; coniiMHUitl Dchlnd ihu Itci'iiHi! plulti,! (jtiti.t'i nlvt'i'inii, pudh button tltior j hiUKuus mid rukuiy l»tcl)i- 1 >t mul ex- posturt; control, lucluiluiK n«iv»«« Hprintt» covurtHl witu it titipk toiun rubbei' VCIll pud and it sent linen titCchnnUto for foro-ttnd'Wft «djuni- monV of 4,1 IIK'|H>», Uui'lnu thlH net- one-lmU Inch whiiu thu scitt bncU tilt» (orwurd 1,11 lnt'h«» to iirbiuM'ly aecunuKlnlo nhurlvr drlvortt In the cxtrwtntt loi'wiU'tl povlilott. Hc.ir MwttU lu ull nioduU i»l»o »ru covoi' ed'wllh it ciwhton of fontu rubber. S P ECIA L S - FRIDAY and SATURDAY UCK WILLIAMS BUSY BEE GROCERY & MARKET '*** 111 |q«t Division Str«^ M ?v', WM iUICK OATS QUAKER ' 33c .RDINES MAIN 25c QODCHAUX SUGAR 5 ^, 48c 10 95c ' Hard Head 4c URGI IT MILK 2* BABY PET MILK Urnl* 8 Cons MY MARKET ;l?m'*?0rk ' GE • u. 53c • ,_ "^H^i 9-^^^F ff^& 49c TALU CORN Sliced Bacon Lb, 47c OAST . 43c , SIRLOIN T-BONi Lb 69c Lb 79c ItTE ftlVIR • >•• iilioul locatliu; In llopo. th.- Chimes King at Christmas." anil held as a central arangement Mr. and Mrs. James Dewoody : ^'"^.^Vi^ With my warmest personal n- Hita Wari'eli and Margaret Hun- a riystal bowl holding red tapers and family of DeKali), Texas, vis-; (.•:,ir."i:i'iiiiu:"|(iiiKliiH(,rfri'.|in'nipii»snKo». ntdh to you, I beg to remain i,-i Scntt. aecompaiiietr by Julia and nandina berries. Mrs. McMah iled his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John; . """j 1 "i l ' K '''!]\)'''SJY|! l [^"'i > n\, l S'iii'*ln'm l i l |'<i Your'-, very Irulj Sinilh at the piano, sang Chri'.tmas -n presided at the silver service. A. Dewoody over the weekend. i ,ij'i',,viir. i;.«..-il imri'ssfnlly ijy million* fur ,1101'K MANL!J''A( 'TUUIN(; Cf, .-ami-; - -. j .n-i'i-Miypjn-;. It's mmmnK hnw mnny tlmin H. Hciider The ev-ning's eillertainmenl elo Mrs. Archie Johnson spent the Mr. and Mrs. Cecil GranM. Jr..; ','i,'"lV^^j" t |^T:!mi'u's'iVkiiVnoyniiicsHnVl'mI I're.'iidi-nt cd with an exe;hange of gifts. weekend in Little H.rck as the of Magnolia have been the guests I.TK Hush .mt v.-isu-. c.ci Dunn's l'ilist.mlny! Here Tomorrow! The '53 FORD L gi^ ID \ t ut •xtta toil, tqvtpm*nt. , and hint tubi«ct lo tltony* withuul nolle*. B new Standard of the American Road 41 "Worth More' features, it's worth more when you buy it...worth more when you sell it! Tho on! CHOICE OF V-8 OR SIX ENGINES-Ford's 110-h.p. high-compression Strato- Star..;Yr8 has a partner for thrifty "Go" in the 101-h.p. low-friction, high- compression Mileage Maker Six—the only completely modern Six In its field. Search no more: the car that exceeds your every driving need is making its bow at your Ford Dealer's! Those of you who have owned Fords in i-eomt ywirs huvtt a hint of tho many ways in which this new 1953 Ford U oyt front. Year aftor year, Ford has gained in preference with the public. But that U merely a duo to the many ways in which thus '53 Furd sots an entirely new standard for tho American Road. For in thte new Ford you'll find new, long, low. massive beauty that can hold court in any company. You'll find a new Miracle Ride that sou a new standard of smooth, quiet comfort on level highways or roughest byways. You'll find the easy handling and great visibility you need for today's fast-moving traffic . . . tho "Go" to master today's long-distance driving. And you'll find that this new Ford not only has a small appetite fur fuel, but it thrives on regular gas. See this Fwd . . . Value Chuck its 41 "Worth More" features . . . and Test Drive it. You'll s«v why this new standard-setting car is worth more when you buy it... worth more when you sell it. Thursday, December 11,1952 HOPE STAR, HOM, ARK George £. Sokolsky JAMES MCGRANERY When Jan.es P. McC.nmery was appointed Attorney Griieral of the United Stairs last April. 1 said in a radio iM-eadra:;!.: . "McCii-aiu rv ... is a likable person ami a i':-ient! of mine, and ;<l- thoiu h \ve have been on opposite -sides ul most (|i't;sliuns, I would say that )u> v. ill t:.y to do a decent Congressional committees for in-! vrstigation. He has cooperated! with the Chelf Committee of Con| yress in this manner as ho has | with the McCarran Committee. It 1 had been the habit of the Deparl- ! merit of Justice heretofore to : e: sist the seaich by Congressional t committees for data. i In the matter of American em- ! ployees of the United Nations wh.> ! are subversives or who engage' in ! espionage, the Department of ,Ius| lice did an ama/ingly swift and j competent job since James AK; (jrancry became Attorney Geni eral. He appointed Roy M. Colin ,1 -special assistant to ferret out these cases. Roy Conn is one of a haiuiiui of lawyers who are expert in this field. The story goes that the Federal Grand Jury ran away in this uase and resisted interference by the Department of Justice. It will be found, if the subject is ever investigated, that tremendous pressure was put on the Attorney General job . . ." 1 ilium dial mail at'.;-cKin man. 'let. tl. cstabli.-'.u having i te law | to drop the investigation ot U.rs. subversives and even to dismiss Cohn. However, (,'ohn remained on the job; the cooperation between tne Department of Justice and the McCarran Committee was ol Jusiice as '.lie a wonc lorful exan.ple of team-work t arm of th'e siov- a sainst subversives. Had a similar ^ ( .. e.~ ,.t i .... . IN received a largo '..; my judgment of the • e fact is that lie has in en\ iable record of rcstirid the reputation of rtmenl • rcei i le crtiim-ii:. H would be too much to say in,a he'lias been able, in this, short time, lo clean out all the cor-; rupt p, •,•.,!,nnel and U,e incompetent otfort been made years ago, the spy AATHUR dams would not have escaped. ; I once heard James McGranery time-.-vrver.s who settled down in say tnat lie wotiid not be Attorney safe ,.1'rlns over a '20 year period. I General long enough to try tho Ijiit fur the lirst time since liar- cases thai need their day in court, Ian MOM. v, as Attorney General but that before he left office, lie tl'.^-i'. lne I- Ml has been properly would put them on the docket for usi d l..y ...ii AUoriu.'y General, For "is successor to handle. The case HI) years, ,.l least, this most effec- ol Owen Lattimore is in point. Any- live agency ol governinc-iit, limited ont ' who has read the full testi- as to a.-, millions l.iy law. subordni m»ny before the Tydings Commit-; naie to ihe Attorney General, has ' et> Mn( l ^' lc McCarran Coniniiltee' diligently l..;-en i.aiiiei'i.'ig tiata on must have felt thai Ihe. confusions auc ' contradictions required further Jap Writer Charges Agents cnm.iuiis. spies and . subversives onlv to li:i, ; thai adequately prepared C.'.SLS -ot lost in the Department of Justice. James Aii.'Granery has resurrected many of these cases and either put them on li.e docket or if the statute c!' limiiatitms had already run. lie li;-.s liandod the cases to investigation. Senator Pal McCar- rnr - rccommeiuled that the Depart- menl of Justice deal with th^ katlimore case before a grand J l »'.V- It would be wrong in the American sense of justice to assume that Lattimore cannot clear himself or SHE SURE IS-It's Plain to sec why Mrs. Willie Mae Drake was named "Knockout Grandma of 1952." upon winning a California beauty contest. The 37- year-old grandmother from San Diego, above, spent some time basking in tne sun at a Las Vegas, Nov.. resort, as part of her award. that he is guilty of anything, even perjury, before it is so proved. On the other hand, when contradictions give rise to the assumption of perjury, the place to deal with tho matter is not in the State Department or the President's office, but before a Federal Grand .• •;• ^ FREE ry oore DIAL 7-4431 Serving You Since 1896 'UlKYO I/I" -- A Japanese leftis. \\rili-r. Wataru Kaji, charged i <• .ore the Japanese Diet today that Anieriean C o u n t e r tnlelliv'.en'cr L'orps iCIOi agents kiilnaped nn.i ue.it him and held hint prisoner .r.ere than a year. The Ii. S. Army has officially denied Ihe acetisaiion. Made ofi.u inally two days a-.;o it has created ii turi'i in Japan. I K.iji ehai^ea Monday he was , picked !•;• late in I Dal -before the i end ot hi (-Allied i-eeupatiou —lu-lil | bnelly for c|iiestionini; and releas id. The Aiiny adued tnat no Ami;, au.-in-y had iletained any Japanese -national sinue Japan j;aineel her [ independence April iiii. IM.'iU. i Kji eiiar^ed Monday In- w.i;- j he.d ;M'isoiH-r by the L. 1C until .Sti.i i day ni.i;ht. He became a cause Icelebie ol leftist groups op|iosinj; j j'reniier Shi.neru Vosnida's pro- 1 Ainene.in !-;n\'ernnient. | Today Kaji s attorney, Ko.'.o Inomata, lei'twini; Soeiahst nieiiibi-r of 'he Diet, read a written Kaji jcciisiiion whieh speeifieal 1 y nanii'd the I.'1C. Today, at a press conference nnmeuiately |.reennn;; Ins Diet appearance. Kaji told Japanese reporters he personally had written the Monday accusation ami all ol H was true. Alter the official Army denial. Japanese newspapers .speculated that Kaji ininlii nave been he-id by some noii-.-vrioy aj;eney of the, U. S. borne siu^este-d ti u - Central j Intellijjence Aj;eney iC.lAi wlueli liaa no /Vrmy connection. ! Tne Kaji luror eoniuuied anion: 1 , lelt-win,;ers in the Diet, where i-ai'lier mis w.-ei; niemon'S jeeieM and shouted "ilon't fool us" wln-ii j-oroiyn Minister KatMiu Oka/.aiu ^aitl, "we- l'irn.!\ believe tills uviji's story i could nut have hap- l.ei.ecl. ! Kditoiial attacks a.-'.ainst Ain'cri- ean pulley in Japan subsided. IVlo.st major Tok.so ,iapain-se m-'.vs- papci-j; ailopted an editorial policy ol "v, ail and see." Kaji lied lo (. iuua belore World War II, reportedly \\ori-.i.-d lor ilu- Allies against Japan in the war. then for the Chinese Nalionahsl' Kiu'ernmenl. and later .switched to lne Chinese- Communist n -.;ime. FRESH DRESSED YOUNG TENDER Compare Price Lb. FAT TENDER FRESH DRESSED ^ Compare Price 2P Lb. DELIC5OUS SLICED CORN KING N Lb. NO. 1 LEAN Lb. FRESH PORK SHOULDER Lb. New Miracle Ride brings you riding comfort at its level best! Nol just jotter springs and new shock absorber action, but a smoothly coordinated system of ride control elements that adjusts instantly and automatically to changing road conditions, It's a completely balanced ride ... a ride that seems to lay a carpel of smoothness on any road you diive. Shift to Fordomatic . . . and you'll never shift again. It's the finest, most versatile automatic drive ever. Ford also offers tho smooth, thrifty Overdrive. Key-Release Deck Lid opens automatically on counterbalancing hinges when you turn key. Note extra luggage space! Ford's hood is counterbalanced, tool FRESH Country Eggs 10 Lb. Sack Red Potatoes Officer Ploys Along, Traps 2 Soldiers By STAN CARTER TOKYO l/l'l - An Air r'nrcc lieu-l tenant who played a Ion.'.; nron.4iili about the arrest of two serv.eanl.s! | on charges of trying to sell I'. S. i Sabre jet secrets. I JJelails of the investigation andi the he])ember arrests ol the twiv. ' S. SM. Guisep|)e Caseio, !)•), and S. b«l. Jolin P, Jones, 22. wen.' di.scloseil today for 111'.- iirsl time in records made available to The. I Associaicd Press by irh.mie' j sources who cannot be naiia'd. j 1 iiey disclosed: ! Ll. William J.. Murphy of CPIHT j Uaroy, Pa., pretended Lo |iiot \,,'Hi., the seryeanls wmle tape record-i inns wjre made. The M iv.i-an'.s' '.vcie arrested before the;, made contact wiln a Conimum. i a:;mi. anu Hie secret inl'urnialion v. as saved. Caseio is under mental ob.-er\a- lion in Tokyo, peiidiny a Ui-cisiun whether lie will be tried by a coun-n.arlial. The maxnnuai penalty is life imprisonment if convicted, Jones has been declared insane and returned to the. U. S. 5 POUND SACK JUICY DA ORANGES Sack 10 POUNDS GODCHAUX CANE SUGAR Full-Circle Viiibility gives you an unobstructed view of the road . . . and all the scenery. 1-REST tinl«d safer)' glow maket driving easier on youi eyes, day or night. Center-Fill Fueling prevents hose marks on the finish of your car. No gas spill on fenders. Short, out-of-the-way fill pipe gives you trunk space for an extra suitcase. On Display Tomorrow HOPE AUTO Power-Pivot Pedals ore suspended from above to operate more easily ... to eliminate dusty, drafty floor holes and make foot space of the entire floor space. $££fr... VAU/£- Automatic Power Pilot saves you money because it gives you high-compression "Go" with regular gas. An economy feature on both V-8 and Six. F.CAt PIT MILK 7 Large Cans AUNT^MIMA rr CO. YOU* FOW PUVU CORN MEAl 5 £ 42c 10 DELICIOUS APPLES • Buy Cfottls «, H<N|f ~ f oultry ~ Hides ^ Produce Constitution of Egypt Tossed Aside CAIRO 1,11 — Egypt's reform Premier, Maj. Gen. Mohaininecl Nasuib, tossed his country's 1U2H Constitution into the ashcau today as obsolete and said is H<weni- inent is writing a nev/ one. Until it is finished, he said in a nation-wide broadcast, "my H 1 ^ 1 - crnipem will exercise constitutional ;>osver." Chief among the problems 1'acin;; the Constitution writers is v.iietht.'r to do away* with Kgypt's 147-yeur old "monarchy and establish a republic. Popular revulsion has been rising steadily against the royal dynasty since Naguib and his Army associates deposed Kint; I'a- rouk last July and began spotlighting "scandals" of his IC-year reign. 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Usually, whim a Cabinet office; passes into retirement, after the opposite parly has been rk-rU-cl. no one .sheds a lear and the fure- '.vell is none too fond. Hov.ev'-r. McGranery':-; short tenure in office has been so exceptional that il has .ntracled attention. He caiDt- in- as a makeshift to save President Truman I'mbarrass- mt-nt -.vile:, his predecessor. .1 ! Hc\.'ard McCJrath, was forced oi;l under circumstances which still n. quire clarification. He could hav sat on his hands waitinu for thi iipoiiilinent iii his succvssor. H had no prospects of reap|joiiiln-.eii by either Adlai Stes'enson or (.'»•' eral Eisenhower. i Yet, he has exposed a.'yl dismissed crooks, brought cases to tru-i light of day, fought subversives, i put the limelight on spies, and: created a. host of personal ami po-4 litical enemies who will not foi-gtt! that be smashed, their nefarious careers. 1852, Jtmg PALMOLIVE 2: 15< JEWELOil PMMOLIVE 2r21 SWIFrNiNG SUPER SUDS ; 27^ PREM Wnt CASHMERE BOUQUET swirrs In EAT for CASHMERE BOUQUET Wl LAUNDRY SOAP CRYSTAL WHITE:

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