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Page f tot Miss Douglas Appears to Be Progressing By GERALDINE HILL ...tendon, Oct. 13 — (UP) — The Marquess of Milford Haven showed at warm interest today in visiting She United States but he wouldn't say if his travels had anything to no wun romance. _ 'The rnmanic interest in the case jS'.-'Shnrman Douglas, vivacious flausnler of U. S. Ainbassador Lewis Douglas, who is returnim. norne to the United Slates herself. n.r^V 1 ''' r ! 11 ;\ n ' s acquaintance with Milford Haven has progressed to in^pomt where she now calls him si the office during working hours according to his office colleagues' and he is "out with her more than others.' 1 One of Milford Haven's rivals WOE the 22-year-old Marquess of HlandCord. who gave Sharman a two-weeks rush and then found himself lied up with duty as a lieutenant of the guards when Princess Margaret returned to London from a lone vacation in Scotland. • Both Blnndford and Milford Un- vcn were frequent escorts of 18- .vonr-olcl Princess Margaret before the royal family went on vacation. Both then began dating Sharman, causing some whisper- in .a in Mayair circles. -The clashing Blnndord still is in the army, however, and said he doesn't-have enough leave accumulated to do any sightseeing in America. Milord Haven, on the other hand resigned from the navy not lo'u,' ago to go into trade and now is export director of a firm soiling iniii- S T. LOUIS LIVESTOCK vldual heating units in the form rf National Stockyards, 111.. Oct. 13 cjl-filled radiators powered bv —'/Pi—Hogs 5,500: active, mostly eleciriety. . i 25 higher than Tuesday's avcragi Milord Haven believes there is a j °" 189-260 Ibs, bulk of "which one great market for his wares in I price of 20.(il); considerable America and he is dashing .ff : springling 26.75; top: lighter kind; there by air on Oct. 22 to look into [ and sows 25 to 50 higher; bulk lf>0 the matter. Sharman hopes to be j 180 Ibs 25.0C-i'0.25 : 130-150 Ibs in America "by December." 123.00-25.25; occasional lots 150 Ibs MHprd_ Haven. 29, is. along with to 25.50; sows 400 Ibs down largely 2Ij. 1,25.; heavier sows mostly 20.2ri-22.25; occasional heavies down to 20.CO; stags 15.00-19 00- boars 12.50-15.50. Cattle, 3,500; calves 1,500; slaughter steers and heifers HOPE StAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Punishment Fits the Crime Second Operation Tomorrow for Two-Year-Old Girl Chicago. Oct. 12 — f/7'r •- Two- year-old Pamela Lamphere tomorrow will ^undergo the second of three operations to correct a raro bladder malformation. Pamela was born with her bladder outside Wednesday, October 13, 194% Russian Pan Continued From Page One off the sccUrty to keep the issue council agenda. The United States. Britain and France had accused Russia of endangering peace and seucrity by blockading Berlin late in June. The neutral powers — Argentina, Bol- Convicted of speeding on his motorcycla in St. Louis, Mo Albert Werner Jr., 10, -was sentenced to work five Sundays in 'he fracture ward of the St. Louis County Hospital. Werner gives an alcohol rub to Roy Jones, a cyclist who broke his leg in a head-on crash Bladford. considered one of the most eligible bachelors in Britain. Furthermore, he doesn't act like a member of the British nobiltiy. "His lordship doesn't behave like a ,'d.ii ector, coming to work only once or Iwice a week," one of his secretaries confided. "He is at ivork-every morning at 11 and doesn-'t leave before six. He oftf.-n comes on a bicycle, and not even a typist would have the face to do that." . The ^marquess .admitted ins trip! to America will be part business and-part pleasure, but"-He didn't haye .much to say about his social intentions.. opened fully steady to strong; many asking higher; cows active and strong; bulls steady; vcalers steady to 50 lower; few loads good steers 18.50-24.00; common and medium beef cows 17.00-10 00- can' ESPECIALLY For to reliete_cpugh8-achlng muscles! BMi Child'i Mild JSlii I HAVE A BIG QUIET FAN "Automatic" 'S«spene/ec/ Gas Heaters $AVE floor space, cut installation, maintenance and fuel costs in factories, warehouses, offices, and stores. The big, quiet fan and efficient heat exchanger make Rcz- nor heaters tops for economy and comfort. Find out today how Reznors place .heat where and when it's needed. Plumbing - Heating Phone 259 19.50-21.00; cutter and common 16.00-19.00; good and choice veal- ers 28.00-34.00; common and medium 18.0-27.. Sheep 2,50; fat lambs fully 50 higher than Tuesday; top 25.50; early sales good and choice large- \ir oconert. i_ j -i -i • _ . . i ... ly 25.00-50; bidding .yesterday's decline" ewes or 8.50 down. steady with on slaughter NEW YORK COTTON New York, Oct. 13 —(/P)—Covering in nearby October cotton futures was active prior to expira- Uon o ftrading in that month next Friday. There was good trade demand in nearby deliveries which was credited'to mill and export accounts. i-'utures closed 35 cents a bale lower to. 30 cents higher than the previous close. Oct high 31.75 — low 31.68 — last 31.73 up 3 Dec high 31.30 — low 31.22 — last 31.27 up 5 Men high 31.15 — low 31.09 — last 31.11 off 1 May high 30.84 — low 30.79 — last 30.81 up 6 Jly high 29.59 — low 29.51 — last 29.51 off 1 Oct high 27.67 — low 27 53 27.55N off 7 Middling spot 32.09 N up JV-nominal. AND PRODUCE 13 — 1,11 — POULTRY Chicago. Oct. 13 — 1,11 — Live poultry;: Unsettled; receipts 17 trucks; prices unchanged to a cent a pound lower; lob: Fowl 31; lea- horn fowl 28; roasters 28-34; fryers 32-38; broilers 32-37; old roosters 23 fob wholesale market: Duckling:; 38; heavy ducks 35; small dudes K Built r weak; receipts 530,768- prices 1 1-2 to 2 1-4 cents a pound Hope Stai Slor ot Hope 1899; Press 1927, Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon I STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Secretary-Treasure at the Star buildinn 212-2M South Walnut "Sneet, Hope, Ark. Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Pul.lishe- Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt. Joss M. Doris, Advertising Manager Entered os second clefs matter ot th Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under th. Act of March 3, 1897 (AP)—Means (NEA)—Means Association. Associated Press. Newspaper Enterprise Subscription Rates: (Always Payable Ir Advance): By city carrier per week 20i per month 85c. Mail rates—in hemp- stead, Nevada, Howard, Miller one LaFayette counties, $4.50 oer year; else where $8.50. National Advertising Representative — VKansas Doilies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn ^fenck Building; Chicago, 400 North Mich igan Avenue; New York City 292 Madisci Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W Granc Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldg Now Orleans, 722 Union St. Member of the Associated Press: Th. Associated Press is entitled exclusively ti the use for republication of all the loco news orinted In this newspaper, os well o all AP news dispatches. linn nf , h I1h( - r . bod y ; "; d the ques-lHium, Canada. China, Colombia lion of whether to resort to surgerv i :.nd Syria — are not cauyed a rift between her parent". They later oecarne reconciled and the series of operations was begun. Tomorrow's operation will be made to transfer the right ureter, one of the ducts which carries urine from the kidney lo the bladder, from the bladder to the large bowl. In the firs 1 , operation on Sept. 22 the left ureter was transferred in the .same manner. The second surgery will complete the major phase of ihi? series. Dr. Karl A. Mover, county hospital nicdJcal director said. Thi- final operation will be to remove the child's non-functioning bladder frcm her body. Dr. Meyer estimated Pamela will be able two wec!:.s after the second operation. She will wail at home until surgeons are ready to perform the final operation, probably in about three monlhs. Dewey Gets Continued From Page One Ross PJzley, Republican ri.tnni; <_ for the Senate against Governor Robert S. Kerr, Democrat. Dewey recalled that at the lie- publican convention he '.i c vl hoen designated as "Oklahoma 1 : f-ivoi- ile son-in-law." In an address prepared for delivery in Oklahoma City this afternoon, the New York governor said that the American people realize that the aim of communism is "to destroy freedom whever it exists." "We are in the struggle, although thousands of miles away," he dc- clrr-ecl. jire not directly involved in the dispute and have tried !o bring about a compromise. Sir Hajtloy Shawcross, addressing the oh-nation political committee: of the United Nations, declared Russia's offer to lay her cords on the table if n Soviet ar- niarnenls proposal was adopted "won't do." Resuming the debate on Russia's proposal for a one-third rc- duclion in armaments within a year. Sir Hartley said Russia's /-.ndrei \. Vishinsky was trying to do away with the iron curtain by (!•.nying it existed. "What a tremendous contribu- I'on ii would be to confidence in ... Europe if the Soviet countries to leave the hospital !gel. to know and make friends with ;0ie warm-hearted and generous I people of Russia and to understand '.he great problems they have to 'face," Sir Hartley said. j "One word from Russia- One :litlle word — 'Stop' — would cn- la'ole these troubled countries to nuf (heir own houses in order and ; to build themselves up. in Demo- 'cralic peace and security — one little word — and it does not I come." I This word, he said, would halt | Communist sabotage of reconstruction and Communist attempts i to create instability and chaos lie said Russia is trying to 'win Mock Gas Raid on Berlin Maneuver* r Temperature Remains Warm in Arkansas American GJ's, holding realistic field maneuvers in the Grunewald forest, near Berlin, don gas masks during a mock gas raid. The iorest is within shooting distance of Russian-controlled territory without fight- War Hero Colin Kelly to Be Reburied at Home Madison. Fin., Oct. 13 -Capt. Colin Kelly was io Violence Flares Again in Oil Workers Strike "the fruits of war' „„„ •'iv-'. He warned the Soviets' not "to ure at nis funeral was red-haired expect Britain to adopt a policy ofl Colin Kcll y m , 8 who already is appeasement in an effort to reach i determined to follow- the military agreement on control of atomic caveer of his hero father. energy ments. and reduction of arma- An Argentine delegate said Rus" is expected to - - - ending The Kremlin's answer to com] directly assc ' rt " icurity council nations of the sc- is to be delivered to Foreign Minister Juan 'source said a dim hope must not be "undercut," he ed: . . _. "In Paris our representatives atJA 1 ' 8 " C " the United Nations are working tirelessly and with great patience m . lincd , or . with the representatives of other , m 'Unta lor a nations to fring this crises to a !^U en™^ "h^e''' peaceful solution ucstcin poweib have "We will uphold their hands. Wc ! - galn will let them know that America does not falter and that we will not weaken." Earlier in the clay lie planned to stop at Sapulpa, where Mrs. Dewey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Hutt live. This was to be preceded by a major speech in Tulsa after a mid-morning arrival in the oil capital. Throughout his Oklahoma tour, Dewey planned to urge the election of Rep. Ross Rizley, Republican, who is seeking to fill the Sen-! p,'.;,H 1JL '" MSo^e 0 ^^ Rizley's opponent is former Gov Robert S. Kerr, Democrat. Los Angeles Oct. 13 — (/Pi — Vio• i ,- t , -, , - - -- — lencc flared again vcsterdav in icd here_ todayand the central rig-j the strike of CIO Oil Workers un | ion against six major companies I The Los Angeles sheriffs office reported that a refinery worker .was Kidnapped and beaten by four his |men as he entered the Standard Young Colin drove here with mother, Mrs. J. Watson Pedr flight to Florida Newark, N. J. Colin talked excitedly - „._...,.,, i' refinery at El Segundo. Font from Tallahassee after a non-itop mel1 were booked on suspicion of yesterday Irom I". Snapping, battery and disturb- I tug the peace. Police said drivers of two oil trucks in the Los Angeles are ten down all the data about tlie ca P Rcl '"Jury when their flight but "the papers arc 'in the I . lcis v '' ere smash ed by pants of my good suit." i 1 ' 0 ^. .-, , p.- m ,, n r " TV, X" ",--•' The boy plans to ciuer West i .. AL B ^ersfic:ld. the sheriffs Biamugha. The Argentine Point in I960 bv ccrsonnl n.-mmnt i flc '°. s; " c ' '"' auto convoy trip. He explained that abo'it his he 'iad wiit- abovit the arc in the Little Roc/?, Oct. 13 —(/P.I— The weather in 'Arkansas today was fine for squirrel hunting, football practice sessions and raking leaves. The weatherman said it would.)} be even better for these activities'' tomorrow. The forecast was fair and warmer this afternoon, tonight and tomorrow. No rainfall was recorded during vhe past 24 hours. Temperatures ranged from a high of 83 degrees yesterday afternoon at Camd.on and El Dorado lo a low of 30 d:_:.reos ihis morning at Gilbert. High and low readings throughout Ihc stale included: Arkadelp.iia, 70-42; Batosville, 73-40: Hlylhcvillo 75-43: Brinkley,_jf 78-39: Camden, 83-41; El Dorado, 33-44; Favctteville. 74-40; Ft. Smith. 78-42; Gilbert. 78-30; Harrison. 7G-3f>; Hot Springs. 80-47: Jonesboro. 75-44: Little Rock, 77-4G; Mc-na, 78.48; Monticello. 80-40; Newport, 78-41; Pine Bluff, 77-42; Searcy, 81-40: Stuttgart. 75-45; and 'texarkana. 78-62. Woman Critically Burned ai • f Fort Smifh Fort Smith. Oct. 13—(/P.— An elderly Fort Smith woman was critically burned Irom head to toot about 8:30 a. m. Wednesday when the sleeve of her nightgown'caught | firt as she bent over a stove at i her home. | Miss Minnie Houck dashed i screaming into the yard of her 'home as the gown fell in ashes • seared body. She stood the open until her agon? 11 izc-d screams brought neighbors running to her aid. A neighbor said the elderly woman had been wearing only a sheer gown as she prepared break. jlast. The woman, who lived alone, '_!'! was carried into her home to ;|" I await an ambulance. Ilcspilal attaches reported her . udition ! a '' critical several hours now re- compromise rested The three refused to while the powers with Russia remains. i Approval was expected soon by | British. French and American del- legates of a joint resolution calling jhalt the blockade. Shawcross challenged the Russians to: 1. Let newspapermen and diplomats move freely in the Soviet orbit. 2. Let commercial aircraft fly peacefully across Soviet territory. 3. Open the Ukraine and White supposedly independent republics." to the outside world. 4. Permit the exchange of news- ment from the late by personal apuoint- fice said an P''e- : idMit ! workel ' 3 was Polled with letter "fo| Tvvo mcn wcrc cul slightly ! io moy ! ln8 Ulass. o Unlike some of the other states he has visited Oklahoma Reapubli- cans apparently are depending on the presidential nominee lo carry their senatorial candidate over. There have been some estimates that Kerr may' run 25,000 vines ahead of President Truman in Oklahoma. In this case, Dewey would have to carry the state by that amount to help Rizloy over the hump —a task regarded as of major proportions. Finds Russian Continued From Page One printed in publication Russian, a following lower; 93 score AA 64.5-65; 92 A 63.5;-90 B 61; 89 C 58.5; cars: 90 C 59.1 . Eggs firm; receipts 5,344; prices uncnanged to three cents a dozen higher; U. S. extras 70 pet and up a GG-04; (JO-69.9 pet A 57; U. S. Standards 42-50; current receipts 40-43; dirties 36-38; checks 34-36. NEW YORK STOCKS New York, Oct. 13 —(/!')— A forward move in the stock market slowly gained power today. Gains ranged from tractions t around 2 points or more. Business was at the rate of only 800,000 shares, compared with 510,100 shares on Monday, ihc lowest in a couple of monlhs. Steel and motor stocks made ths besl showing, with the oil and rail groups ciose runners-up. Rubber issues were inclined to be balky although Goodyear managed a fractional advance. Higher were U. S. Steel. Youngs town Sheet, Chryder, Studobaker, Montgomery Ward, Catepillar Traclor, Douglas Aircraft, Sclu-n- '.ley, Electric Power Light, International Nickel, Phelps Dodge, Wesfinghouse Electric, General Electric. Joluis-Manville, Radio Corp., U. S. Gypsum, International Paper, Pennsylvania, R. K., Great Northern Preferred Union ..,.„„..„,., 111Lll ,,,,^.. Pacific. Ilhnois Central, Standard j taken with my belong! 1J!1!1 __ C li!l_^^i!!. ern Oil ' l stroet and Columbus NEW ORLEANS COTTON pro- Soviet the party papers, magazines and radio broadcasts and university students with 5. other countries. "Let our tourists travel in line, was recommended to us To be seen with the other Hiissi.-.n daily, the anti-Communist Novoye iRusskoye Slovo, a democraitc pa- !pcr was dangerous, and one had I to buy it surreptitiously and read : it secretly. I I fe'l s'rk two weeks after my | arrival and ran a temperature, but kept, at mv duties. In the midst of each others countries and become friends." Soviet Delegate Jakob A. Malik, in an immediate reply to Shawcross accused him of obtaining his arguments "from the arsenals of Trotsky, Hitler, Goering and Goeb- He said the Shawcross' speech' was one-third intervention in Soviet domestic affairs, one-third "a beating of drums" and the remainder a repetition of "old and familiar arguments." After Malik had spoken, the committee approved 31 to five, with 11 abstentions, a Ukrainian resolution to close general debate on arms reduction. U. S. Delegate Warren Austin op- psed what ho called an "effort to impose a gag rule" and voted against it. Russia abstained. France presented a resolution today which would direct the security council to set up an organization for the control of conventional Roosevelt, who wrote a the president "whoever be" in that year asking liim to admit Kelly's son to the academy. Although he was only a year old at the time, young CoKn'has familiarized himself with his frMlvr's exploits and he corrected the slo.-.v that Kelly dived his plane down the stack of a Japanese battleship. I "He merely bombed the ship." said Berlin, Oct. 13 —'.•?!— American the bright-eyed Colin. j officials are confident United The body of America's first 'States and Brilish efforts can fly World War II hero ended its Ion?! 11 . 1 . 1 average of O.OCO tons of FAST RELIEF FROM Allies Confident- They Cars Supply Winter journey from the Pacific i,.i.st and Kelly's flag-draped coffin lay in the courthouse this morning with an honor guard. This small (own in the Florida upland country paid tribute to the farm boy whose exploits made him a symbol of American courage in the first frantic days av*.<n- Pearl Harbor. Flags were displayed in front of all stores and 'he'entire Thousands know what wonderful relief C-2223 can bring! So get a bottle today if you sull'ev from muscular aches due to excrcite or exposure (often called rheumatic pain) or lumbago. You'll get real help. Purchase price of first bottle back i£ not satisfied. For temporary relief ot accompanying constipation, lake St. Joseph 2223 Laxative Pills. Try them! 71 into Borli:i throughout if ihc Soviet blockade ; sev- i and population planned to attend plies a dav the winter persists. The U. S. Air Corps said era! hundred reserve pilots engineers who volunteer will assigned to the Berlin air lift! alter receiving special training all Groat Falls, Mont. j British engineers announced at I plans to lengthen the : IGato _ -- - runways . ... -- the Ltatow air base, their field in' Ber- graveside services. 1m, from 1,500 to 2,000 yards With an honor guard of bombers lnat operations can be droning overhead in the peaceful U P- Florida sky, Kelly was to be iaid TIl e Americans will place to rest among the shady oaks of|'as Globemasler transporls his home country at 3 p.m. jular shuttle service ov Kelly was killed when' his plane I 'antic, carrying special ,.. crashed after he had bombed the! orit .V cargo from Westover Japanese battleship Haruna off lb;lse '» Massachusetts lo Frank- Manila three days after the Pearl | lurt - for the air lift. j Harbor attack. Members of his" j crew parachuted to safety -U his JHospital. The automobile in which- Iney were riding had collided with ' a truck. Previously two other persons had died in traffic mishaps. There so stepped Dougin reg- Ihe At- igh pri- fiold order. Six Persons Die Violently in Arkansas By the Associated Pi'ess Six persons have died by accident and violence in Arkansas so far this week. Mrs. Sylvester Warner, about 55, Colt, Ark., and her 10-year-old er. died last orrest Citv one EMTOA QUALITY.PURITY IT'S TIME TO SHINE WITH it has a hard-wax finish that I sign an order. The following morning my things, papers, books, clothes and every p'ant specimens were tossed helt- into boxes, and I •••* ings to li9th Avenue, the apartment of Alexander Y. Poro- jniakov, secretary of the Soviet Friday continued to dominate Irad- ing in cotton futures here toda.y Closing prices were steady, 25 cents a bale higher to ten " cents lower. Oct high 31.0!) — low 31.01 - . when You Travel via Missouri Pacific Bus Lines Dec high 31.25 — low 31.19 — close 31.21-22 Mch high 31.11 ~- low 31.07 May high 30.!; I — low 30.77 — close 3(1.77 Jly high 29.57 —- low 29.49 29.49-50. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS JUST LOOK AT MONEY-SAVING From Hope to: Texarkana San Antonio Nashville, T. Littl. Rock Houston Memphis St. Louis Chicago New York Los Angeles Dallas Detroit Plus 15' (, Ftdei'L THESE FARES .75 . 8.50 . 8.BO G. 1ti 5.15 8.35 12.85 19.8-j 2 C J.90 . . 4.35 ... . 15.60 '! Tax You lean back against the soft reclining seats (plenty of leg room, ioo) and relax in air-conditioned Missouri buses . . . and you'll quickly a^rcc that this is a delightful way your travel bill. to save on TICKETS INFORMATION MISSOURI PACIFIC BUS LINES TICKET OFFICE Phone 137 | Chicago, Octl. 13 — t,'l>. — Grains! l-sl.'irtfd olf lillh- lower and kept. . right on going down during most i ! of today's session on the board of i trade. H was not sellin ^pressure, j ; but lack of demand which caused j i the slump. j I The bullish speculative ardour of | : last woeh received a chill from j llast Monday's Agriculture depart-" :iii-iit cinp report, forecasting the; : Jcir..'1-stoviM'all t.rain production in: the nation's history. Today was the I lir:-i se.-:-iuM in which the :iiarkel cunhl iv;,cl ID that ivoorl. . Sj;ui corn prices dropped n li-w '•fin... Shov, i-rs \vere reported in! of Okluhcin;a.t. where the win- heul eruii needs niui.sUnv. : \\'l u at cio.-v.i ;•:-;; •• i i-u lower, i- Vfmbei- $2.2-1 3-1, corn '.vas ! 3-!i I" '•'. cent.; luu er, IJia-cinhrr *i.:'2 3--I-- ','•», oats were SI. 3 2 3-!— 7-J.I. oats '.'.ere lov.er, Deceiniier 7-1 li--l. unchanged to 1-4 higher. ! ..:l.(JH 3--J, and soybeans tor before leaving my quarters in the school building. The room now assigned to me was dark, facing a shaft. It did not even have a radiator, s o thai in the winter it was cold and tiie door had to be kept open to get some heat. Porojnaikov, a Moldavian C'om- ..,,.„ , I munisl from Bessarabia, had Jl.l)/ -- close | ,-_ u , r |j ol (| u . I.KVD ainnr. him. ;<s idid his wife Zoya. From now on I j had lo walch my .step, whc-lhcr il wenl for a walk, to shop for ! groceries, or to visit a museum or i library. To be seen in conversation (with a .stranger might have serious i consequence. The long shadow of i the NKVD began to black out the | sunny promise 1 of life in New York. i (Continued tomorrow) close body in spot investigations. The security council, the rosolu- !;•• ••• ?nid. should "promote a yen- oral limitation of armaments by a progressive and balanced reduction" and report back to the next '.'ession of the general assembly. The French made no mention of the possible effect of the veto, which applies in security council affairs, to decisions of the control organization. The Australian proposal to establish a sub-committee for armaments was adopted 47 to 0 with the six Communist delegates abstaining. The Palestine question is the next item on the committee's pro( gram, but postponement until Fri- j day morning was agreed to at the tL ! request of Syria's Faris El Khuuri I because tomorrow is "the great fust day of the Moslem world." The committee adjourned at 5-35 D. m. (10:30 a. m. C S Tl until Friday. Red Paper Calls Soain Another u . S. Base Agreement Continued From Page IS One to risk after we our j are Oct. 13 — (,'Pi • J rred to Spain in l'-r 1- Moscow. Times rei'i lorial headline today as "th member o!.' the Western bloc." i "American imperialists since i-w '. lung ago have been taking rneas- in lines to turn Spain into their base," m-.ihe Soviet weekly .said. "No con-j : -M<ler;itH,ns of a moral character i "-•''. hi>!d back American expausiuiiists | 3-!i and llu_-ir servants." j HT ' (The ti-rii! "sixth member ul the j 1- . V.V.sH-r.'i bloc" appareiHly leli'rred; 1-4: ID the Western Kuropean union. | . ;'•;.' Tiiis i-, an ccc'iionuc and ciulen- ve alliance formed by Kritain. i ranee. Bol.^iinn, The Netherlands; i'i 1 .uxeiiiijourg.' ' New Times said the aiinnr.nced jj;x;rt by Senator Gurm-v (1-i-SD) ; vsioraton nf full diplomatic 1 ivl 1 lions wiili Generalissimo Fran- j co's- r;ovei'inr:cnt aivl i'.< ; ad";i-;doii ! oj Spain to the United Nations i "fhuv.-s tin; unlimited conteir.pt of I A.'Tieik-uu expansionists for \vo.-ld! "\vill nation to the result snakes rather than cause to an antidote bitten." "Our cause," he said, spread into all parts of the and will awaken our people j daubers now existing as a 'of cheap, political chicanery." j I.anev said that by aelinj. now ! the States' Kibblers could "lay a jbiusis for a sound Democratic party : and with it all. presurvo our per- [sunal and political integrity." Jimmy Arrington. Collins, Miss.. Alayor and publisher, also made a oriel' address. This name, Morolino, guaran- BUCK • BROWN • TAN • OXBIOOD i sensation across f/ie nafi'onj (u ; 1-' CHIANG Nanki sti-.ti'iiu'ii Kai-shek has lust lo suppr 'nis tour Chiang, tion as STILL DETERMINED ", Oct. 13 — <;l j i— Public ts of President Chiany indicate China's presdciit none of his determination ss thu Communisii since {Jl the northern war iionl. , who described the situa- erious but not hopeless" despite the revcrjes. of the last three months, appears determined i lo regain the initiative through a | general offensive. ® America's newest and finest trucks! Out ahead in time-saving, spine-saving, cost-saving new engineering! © Weafher-tighf new cabs! Plenty of head room, hip room, leg room! Excepjionaf new windshield and window vision! © New ^lift-the-hood" accessibility for servicing — no need to stand on a boy. 1 . a Wide doors with automatic "hold-open" stops! Driver-controlled ventilation! 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