Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 21, 1948 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 21, 1948
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Thursday, October 21, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Police in Red Zone Get Guns Berlin, Oct. 20 f/Pi.— Guns wore wore being handed out to Moscow trained police throughout mo Eastern zone today and anti-Communists said Keel rebellion in Korea should be a warning to Germany. J"Korea offers a parallel of what would happen in Germany if the Western powers should accept Russia's proposal that all occupying forces withdraw from Germany " sard Franz Tausch, chief editor of the -newspaper Sozialclcmokrat, when asked lor his opinion of the .situation. The putsch in Korea is a warn • SAENGER • STARTS SUNDAY ing to American policy," added Jacob Kaiser, chairman of the Christian Democratic union, a conservative party. Karl-Hubert Schwennicke. chair man of the Liberal Democratic party, another right wing group, commented that if Western troops are pulled out of Germany "it can be expected that serious unrest would develop—as in Korea— which would give the Soviet Union a chance to reimpose its occupation in the interest of peace.'" The Germans nolrd that the (South Korean uprising in the jAineric;!ii 7.0110 broke out the very (day Moscow announced Russian I troops weie beginning to leave North Korea. Dispatches from Seoul in the American zone of Korea said bands of soldiers, alleged by Home Minister T. Y. Soon, to be Communist-led, staged uprising at two towns. I The Germans recalled that the |Communist foreign ministers of Eastern Europe at the recent Warsaw conference proposed that all occupying powers quit Germany. 'There is no doubt but that the Soviet Union in making this proposal has the same intentions in Germany as shown in Korea," Schwennieke observed. Tausch predicted that in Germany, as in Korea, the Soviets would leave behind "strong army and. police formations" trained to seize control of the Russian zone (room of 62 to Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 2 — (UP) — A 62-year-old bridegroom sued today lor a divorce from his pretty e other parts of Geris already being pro- Russian zone today," and infiltrate I many." "This plan pared in the 'he declared. If Russian troops then should return to Germany under the pretext of quelling unrest, he added, "this .imc they would not stop at the the River, but would also bring Western Germany under Communist dictatorship." The Communist press acknowledged Die existence of a "peoples police" in the Eastern zone, but said it \vas needed to guard the Jiew democracy" there from the "reactionary menace" of Western Germany. Unconfirmed estimates placed the police force as high as '(00.000 men. German political leaders taking refuge in the Western zones re- Iccntly placed the number at 10U.- 000. said they were being recruited from Communist-indoctrinated German prisoners of war. * ;'*:•' Big, heavy, double cotton blankets. 3.95 values. Special f $ ^& 50% WOOL DOUBLE BLANKETS Satin Bound. Regular 4.95 values Special for FRiDAY and SATURDAY Heavy, smooth finish domestic. A regular 35c value. Special Eoys and Girls WHiTE Size 8; to 3 Special Mens dress shirts for Friday and Saturday only. Regular 2.98 value They're heavy and san- forized. Only Ladies Cotton Boys Blue Denim Girls School Regular and extra sizes. Sizes 1 to 5. Regular 1 95 Large stock in good range values. Special ' ° f ci ' oc Girls School Vat Dyed Boys Sizes 8; to 3 and 3.95 values. Special Nice smooth finish. Special for only Plaid flannel shirts sizes 2 to 16. Only BOYS insons Long sleeves and legs. Sizes 4 to 16. Special Friday and Saturday only MENS Heavy weight Unions. They're Haynes Brand. Regular 2.49 values. Special Mens Mens Childrens Heavy weight shoes with Heavy plaid flannel shirts A , plain or cap toe. $6.95 that are 3.50 values. A Iar9e selec ^° n ° f these value. Special Special to choose from. Most sizes. Just the jackets for cold weather wear. I hese are wool plaids in sizes 4 to 16. <^y » -r Special for Friday and Saturday Not all sizes in each style but a good range of sizes. Values to 6.95 SPECIAL 19-year-old bride, charging that she- married him just to get a babysitter for her six-months-old child. Louis Ferrier said he's had nl. kinds of trouble with his bride. Evelyn Capes Ferrior. since they were wed nine days ago. First rhe shocked his relative.' at Concord, N. C. w.th a stor> aboiu six previous husbands, he claimed. Then, on the return train trip she made him hold the baby whiU | she spent seven hours drinking with a soldier. And she resisted his advances. Ferrier added, first by putting hei baby between them and threaten ing to cut his throat. Fcrrier's suit said that Mrs. Ferrier met a soldier on the train com ing back to Atlanta and spent 'tin- entire trip drinking intoxicating beverages" with him. Then, the bridegroom added, she asked the soldier to come home with them. That was after she had told his .relatives in Concord that she had already had six husbands and had "killed two. divorced two and ran the other two away." Ferrier asked the DeKalb superior court for a "total and complete" divorce, to evict Evelyn from their honeymoon cottage ami to restrain her from "communicating with, interfering with, molesting, Harming or threatening" him. The young wife admitted marrying Ferrior "because he loved the baby and I thought it was a good home for us." But she took a dim view of his sense of humor. Referring to her six-husband story, she giggled, "poor man, he can't even take a joke." Page Five New Formula issue By FRANCIS W. CARPENTER Paris, Oct. 20 i/l'i.—A new formula for settling the Berlin crisis was submitted to the Big Four [powers tonight by the six "neutral" I members 01 the United Nations I Security Council. Authoritative quarters said the new resolution appeared "eminent- jty satisfactory" to the Western i powers. Russia's Andrei A. Vish- [niKky promised to send the draft jto Moscow for study. One neutral source said Vishin- sky had approved the resolution i conditionally, but there was no ; confirmation of this from the So- I viet delegation or from any other 1 source. I Some Western sources, while ! agreeing that the plan offered a j possible way out, were cautious I about its chances of success. j The resolution was reported to ! recommend that Russi lilt the ! Berlin blockade within 4o hours ! alter the Security Coundil approved I the proposal, the Western powers i on tncir side, were asked to agree | to a meeting of the Council of For- ! eign Ministers on Berlin and the I whole German problem immediately after the blockade is lifted. This development followed a EC- ' ric-s of U. N. actions in which the Western powers' plan for world atomic controls extending behind the iron curtain won overwhelming approval in the general assembly's political committee. Then Latin American and Arab nations joined in forcing postponement of U. N. debate on Palestine. The Russian bloc charged it was a move to delay consideration until alter the Nov. 2 presidential elections in the United States. Meanwhile fighting continued in Palestine despite a new security council order yesterday for a cease-fire. The clay's top developments included: 1. The general ascmbly's political committee voted 41 to G in favor of the Western power plan lor atomic controls. The negative votes were from the six-nation Soviet bloc. Ten abstained and one was absent. 2. By a vote of 30 to G the Soviet bloc lost a bitter battle for Russian proposals calling for simuUaneous treaties banning the atom bomb and establishing international control. Seven abstained. The Russians said they would force a fight to the finish on their atomic proposals on the floor of the general assembly. ,'i. The Neutral members of the security council were rcpo.-ted drawing up a resolution on the Berlin blockade which they hoped would be acceptable to both Russia and the Western powers. Western sources said tonight there is ! yet a slim chance of East-Wont agreement on Berlin before the council takes up the issue on Friday. Russia was participating in a series of backstage exchanges on the issue though still refusing to recognize security council jurisdiction. 4 In another U. N, action on I ale.stine the social commit lee decided, to hear a report on the plight of 472,000 Arab rel'iiL-oe.s. from the Holy Land warfare. " [Jr. Ralph Bundle, the acting mediator, submitted a $30,000,000 plan for giving succor lo the refugees. He said thousands would die from exposure unless they get immediate relief. Postponement of Palestine debate in the political committee came when it voted 3-1 to 11 with 10 abstentions to take up a rnexi- can proposal for he major powers to compose their differences. Radioactivity Iodine Proves fo Be Cheap Lo.-, Angt-lc.s, Oct. 20 —lUi'i — Radioactive iodine is a cheap and Ulectivc .sulj.-tniitc for f/oiter oj>er- i'lions, Ihe American College of Surgeon:, learned last Jiij;)it. r ' Dr. M.vn.in I'i iiiy.ioeUi! of C.Viiar.- of Lebanon ho.-,piial lien- described treatment u : mure than Kill pa- tium.-:. He i-a-iii yuitcra <ii.;a ppeareo three or four 1 months alter patients look liny doses of raiiioacl; v<: material fiom ihe atomic pile ai The do: e is hvallijwed in a gla:;.; of ii-iitei. eliiiiinaiin^ ki.v; of iin.,- scars and (/'implications, oi ; ,\;i-- ihe doctor may have to iucrea: e du.-age fur : .-vera! months to i'i.>,-.: the right : •!;•.(•. Karlk-r. lhii-e IJaivapi L'iii'.vi'.-:- ty c.HH-lor:-. de.'-'cnbed no'-. 1 , ihev pi o video! annicial re.-piraiion ':,-. 'io^v. cat.-? am.i n ; on).ev::: L-v :'.-o'l in:; an eJeclm.' uunvnl through ncrvi.-.-.; coi.trolliiig ljn..-alhnig. JJr>.. Sianiey J. SainoH. j'!. iiaid ei!ber;.;ii and J. !.. Vv'him-nlh-i'ge: v.'''i'keii for as I'.ii'r- as l-.'l! IIOLU.\. Ifi 1 FRIDAY-SATURDAY and MONDAY FRI.&SAT. Bring Mils ticket Good For on any $2.00 purchase Friday and Saturday October 22 and 23rd. Check No. 77 ot Blake's. Many items we have not mentioned, you will find when you visit us this time. For good bargains in all kinds of merchandise throughout the store Friday, Saturday and Monday . . . Shop at Blake's ... 215 S. Main St. in Hope .Mens fancy patterns and white broadcloth. Sizes 14 to 17. Regular $3.00 values. Special Pretty new patterns, 36 inches wide and they are guaranteed fast color. Special or 36 inch wide, extra heavy weight and a regular 39c value. Special for only. DOUBLE BREAD BOXES 32 piece set of gold trimmed dishes. Regular $19.50 values. Special SINGLE BREAD BOXES Reglar 1 1.50 values. Special only . . Bates and other brands in beautiful patterns. Extra large sizes priced from One lot of New spreads that are extra size. Reg. $5.00 J& values. Special H Heavy weight, long sleeves and legs, white. Sizes 36 to 46. Regular 2.19 values. Special Winter unions with long legs and sleeves. Sizes 6 to 16. Special for only Short sleeves-and iegs, sizes? 2 to 12. Special ' :'' ~ for only ;..:. Large double size plaids and checks in blue and rose. 5% wool. Special for only COTTON DOUBLE BLANKETS . . . 2.79 These are .80 Js.quar.e and a yard wide. Solid and' — fancy colors. iRegular 50c and 59c values. Spec-- ial for only' '•'-"" • - - •<* These are first quality, fleeced lined, in blue, white and yellow. Sizes small, medium and large. Special These are'first quality sweat shirts in sizes 3~4 to 46. Regular 1.69 values. Special for only MENS B • IT 1^8 fw ICI if First quality, sizes 29 to 44. Every pair guaranteed. $3.00 values special for only KHAKI SHIRTS TO MATCH Sizes 14 to 17. *°\ Regular $3.00 value£j& Ladies gowns in white, v peach, , blue and tearose, also - -fancy stripes. '•'' Regular 2.85 GOWNS Regular 2.25 GOWNS 1. 1» ;. Track Panties White combed cotton yarn. Sizes 2 to 6 years. 25c values. Special ... 2for25c JK Bloomers and snuggies for children 2 to 16. Tearose. Special for LADIES BLOOMERS J Cotton bloomers in tearo'sel Sizes,28 to 42. .:?,;• > ;.•: ; .-.Special for only - -.-. Ladies all wool sweaters and sweater sets in coat style and slipover. New styles and colors. These are free of starch, first quality, size 81x99. Regular 3.00, values for only Extra Large Size 81x108 for only 2169 Ladies panties in tearose. All sizes. 49c and 59c values. Special only LADIES PAJAMAS Flannel pajamas in all sizes. Blue, and tearose. Special at : ohly ;' '. ,"' 3 ""yp* i "** f\A .75 and 2.94 Plain, tailored and tour gored with lace trim. Reguior 4.95 Values Regular 3.00 Values Regular 2.50 Values Beautiful multi-colors in these scatter rugs. Sizes 27x39 and regular 2.95 values. Plaid and stripes, sizes 20x42 and rzgulcif 59c values. Special Size 20x36 and 39c values. Special FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE USE OUR Shop now . . . get what. you want and SAVE: MONEY at BLAKE'S. *^6 *t 8" C'' si k i • 215 bourn Mam

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