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Page Sfx Ad» Mu*t Be In Office Day Before Publication Number ol On» Three Six One Words Up to 15 10 to 20 . 21 to 25 . 28 to 30 , 31 to 35 SO to 40 41 to 45 Day Days Days Month 4.50 C.OO 7.50) . .45 . '.60 . ,75 . .90 , 1.05 1.20 1.3 46 to 50 1.50 .90 l.ZO 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.DO 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 For Rent 2- 3- I! O O M apartment Store. Phono .Srhooiey. Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone 9.00 , 10.50 ; I2.no, 1 13.50! 15.00 ! TWO 1,'OOM ment. 102 Jv.:hor,:.' Mrs. .1 HO P E STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, October 21, 1948 By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Notice WE BUY, SELL AND PA- all makes of Sewing machines! W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope, Ar- __^ansa^ ]-lmo NEED EX'i^~MQNw~m'ovF~- set tho high cost of living? Use your spare time to make extra money in high class work. In reply please give address and telephone number. Write Box A in care of Hope Star. M-(;t J APART- South Washington, refrigerator, private Utilities paid. }(}-:>i UNFURNISHED HOOMS .bill.'; paid. S25 per month. Telephone 12fil-\V. !:).;>, A New York, Oct. ;>„ A ,,.,,, (i .,,,, • a Her Kb/aix-lb Uu.Uev told her .story of espionage i n Washington on behalf oi Soviet Kossia. mo:',t which was soon corroborated and no part ol which has be,. n refuted I', eanor the Great, a notorious collaborator. IrK'd to discredit _ __ witnes:;. She wrote thai Mi-;s TWO UNFUHNTSHKD^OM^ ^e^eVen'soon' h T"""" ^ "^ i riyaio entrance. Convonieiil, toi a .iudrjmrnl calliM" hath. Hills paid. 42:! South Her- authority and t-i-oC vey ' 20-nt nation of the p'alicn not only no scientist own published Mate cated in the formal K sibility invites earn lion thai .,;!,(, her-.-df Lineman of Week Wants to Be Fullback For Sole LARGE PASTURE FOR LIViv stock. Plenty of \yater. Located oil Silas Sanford farm. K A Pickering, Hop.., JUnite 4. '20-,'jt ;- — - __ perhaps, bcttei NIC! 1 : i.'.KDROOM WITH PHIVVfK!'" 1 indomitable oitranee. Gentleman preferred. 220 South Pine. Phone 3(1!!. 2I-.'!I Lost SEED OATS. RECLEANED AND tagged. Aubrey Enoch at MrRae , Implement Co. 21-lm > NAVY FIELD JACKET LOST OP |nores jlished nores ledge GOOD BOIS'D reasonabie prices. See E M Me Williams at McWilliams 'Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 0-1 rno LADIES BLACK COA'l\^IZK~^ boys top coat, tan, size 10. Both in good condition. Phone 5,'!4-W after 4 p.m. \'\-?A . token by mistake at Barn oalurday night. Return to G Stroud, GO!) N. Elm. Phone BLOND COCKER SPANIEL female about six months old I asl seen in Ward 2. If found nutii'y E. R. Brown, phone -145-W. Ifl-.'i"' CONCERT GRAND phone 832-J after (> p.m. Can ^sccn by appointment. lij-at PANSY PLANTS. "PREPAHF your ground now, set plants after .November 1. Gel them at Mon!>; Seed Store. 18 . 3 ^ TURKEY^CORN TED!SIX months old November 10. 12 to 35 pounds. Phone !8 or COfi-W Dr Alexander. HOT POINT orator. Phone •iuu-i-i_ in A-I con . Phone 4GG-R. In A-l Washed SHAKE CHOPPED. COUP! F preferred. See Mrs. C. H. Mo Kmnoy, Hope, Route 2, Former J. W. Doxvns Place. 21-31 MY HOME AT 121 ....... , street. New and modern through- I out. See John Clark. Capitol Ba-- _berShop or call G57-J. 19-31 NEW HOUSE, 1TJST~CO.MPLET.EF 5 rooms and bath, front and baek porches, garage. 75 ft. front, located at 18th and Elm in front °* H'gh School. See A. A. Camp_ bell j 1G-31 Mole Help Wanted EXPERIENCED HIGIW^~D~F SIGNJERS.—BridKo Designers Draftsmen, Computers, Tracers' C? r .,'"fihway design projects Northeastern U. S. Can place some-C. E. graduates with limited experience. Write for application to Michael Baker Jr., Inc.. Box 1429, Jackson, Miss. 18-li Services Offered EXPERIENCED pl^CTICAL nurse. References offered. Phone 44.0-W. 18 . :n BCOADCASTIM& SYSTEM and this for .scientific ;sional o;:anii- . The Chili is but is. by her >II-III.SY iinixlu- ';n:;e. The pos'.''.,. considera- is af/licled or, say blessed, with .-- - • neurosis which ig- mgnilv. lion-sly and oslab- knowledgc as ' fantasy ii<reason and reality. A'•\nnw- such a neurosis ' and you ac(.(int her of bad manners, selfishness, impudence and imprudent, jf not. guilty, association, on the ground that she couldn't help Of course, it would not noces- •':•'! nly disqualify Miss Bentlev as'a witness to treachery against, the United Slates to plead her guilty ol. neurosis. She could be neiirotf" m some phrases and still : , ro | ia : bio authority in others. Even Eleanor the Great, within UK- C o , ( . s (>> her intelligence. under' -ids hat tins is true, but she hit upon the blackguarding device of her po.itical associates in the Commu- mst conspiracy, tho device of im- high pills df-n tied It weekend pugnin mental an opponent's reason or balance, as an answer to ' , answer to Miss Eenllcy's irrefutable inf'orma- .school circles this a strong eleven from Cam- 'igamst the undefeated and un- IIope Bobcats here at f! p.m. v.'ill be the toughest contest if year for Hope. The once- 'ii Panthers will seek their victory over Hope in the last • i i/!ht trie:; and noUiing would suit Hit in more than to lake Ihe Bob- cai.s out of i he undefeated ranks. Their record proves they arc capable of doing just that. In G games Camden has lost only to Pine Bluff in a scoring spree. They have scored 130 points to the opponents G'.',; made 80 first downs vo <](>; completed 48 of 99 passes while opposition was able to complete only 27 of 7.9. Coach Coleman always fields a rugged team that is hard to beat on any field. The Black and Gold are better this season than in the past. 5 years. Hope will be in pretty fair shape wilh Ihe exception of Captain Sam Wcslbrook who will see the game from Ihe sidelines. The contest is called for a o'clock and one of the l- lr gest crowds in history is expect- New York, Oct. 21 —(/Pi— Joe Lotus had come and gone and a lot of the boys on the boxing beat were sitting around Harry Markson's office discussing the heavyweight champ's announcement that he d fight again nexl June Marki-.on. now managing director emnloycd as publicity man, so it wasn't surprising lo hear him remark: "Louis would be silly if he didn't fight, lie won't get hurl ancl he can make a lot of money — and no doubt Joe needs it." By way of further explanation, Harry added' ''The fighters that are around now —like the fellows he's considering, Bnksi. Charles and Lee Oma — wouldn't hurl him much even if one of them knocked him out It world be different if there was air- ' rising young Dempscy around lans Then there might be a good reason n "'" = for Louis to retire." The Yorker High School Tigers fresh from a 2-1} victory over Merlill High School of Pine'Bluff will .-journey io Hoi Spring;; Friday for their all important conference clanh with Langston High School of that city. The Tigers are undefeated in conference games thus far and will go all out m an effort to defeat the Hot Springs team. Arrangements have been made so thai special buses will carry and students to thc .game. Ail persons interested in making the trip should contact N. M. Brown Principal, Yerger High School. By The Associated Press With the Big Six division more or less marking time until the Little Rock-Pine Bluff battle next month, a Class AA feud down in He had no Kick Joe Leonard, 220-pound U. of', Virginia tackle, was just one of | several place-kickers tried out early this season. But when Virginia scored its first touchdown Joe somehow found himself back in the kicking position and made the i point. He kept right on going with te\v misses until the V. P. I. game Then on two was penalized Pullman. Wash., Oct. The "lineman of the woe! to be a fullback. Laurie Niemi, 240-pound tackle for .Washington State College, was thrilled today to be named' the country's top lineman for the week in an Associated Press football poll. But it would be a greater thrill for him to make a touchdown. "That's been my ambition," he said. "In college and all through high school I wanted to plav "in the backfield." You'd never think he was dissatisfied with his job if you had watched him Saturday rearing up out of thc line like a freight' ele- valor to bat down University of Washington backs. You wouldn't expect diseonlent n a lad described by Coach Phil . Sarboe as "the inspiration and 1 sparkplug of our learn." | You might think (he Cougars' |top candidate for All-America 'lion- jors would just cooncenlrale on being a bigger and bettor tackle. But Niemi wants lo make a touchdown. Sarboe said Niemi ha.s been Playing great football game after ga_mo for four seasons. Stadium football Tonight, at Hammon;the local Junior Bobcat team will tangle again with the Mflvorn Killons at !! o'clock. It is the second meeting of the. two teams and the Hope boys will be seeking revenge for a lopsided 32-0 defeat handed them earlier in the season at M'alvern. Four Players Share S§w of Week Hosiors South Arkansas rales No. 1 billing on tho state's high school footbal] program this weekend. The game of thc week will match Hope and Camden at Hope tomor- (Fri.) night with the Seventh lion Soon after her attempt to quash ,W n ai ' g -', K by ' ns il wore.' throw« the witness into a padded cell, int.; oao scorned to 'ii-eif.in.,,.. r , , . . VMII-U LO anticipate lac- - '. • .-• •'•' "•«',, wnu uie oevenin uiJi inquiry into her own associa- '-"strict, championship and a post- o s during the years since her f< ; ^»" playoff berth hanging in i w, rl r i"" , H ' Kal1 llis « re:it life work ol building a warlike -md I invincible Soviet' Russia. In 'the rW Uyr , 1 '"I'"," 1 '. lhrit Moosejaw the fist a tec ed in lolling journalists to go stand in the corner for a'-'kin" his intentions about a third lonrT occasions Virginia Tel Aviv, Tsreal. Oct. ->0 IT) t,-v -,nri i on,,-, iT f 4 , c . onversi . Qn Fighting flared wilh new ' vio- AfM fh, i < T , , a gam. lencc in Southern Palestine tonight Ai Cu So- "rnnMv naSkcd M ™ h \ as Ul ' ; ^»-^li caiinet met withSut Ait <_,iu.pe. Cant you arrange to Retina on the United Nations So- haye us penalized on every extra point? I can kick them harder and slraighter five yards back." RussellviSle Youth to P!ay , youur; persons t«, l,ee p balance.. Wilh Sniackovcr also boasting a perfect, district record, the winner ol the Hope-Carndcn langle will not awKfel^l^.^^^^^^ Russellvillo, Oct. 20 fUP) -Sa-n- my Adkisson Jr 17-veir old ' has a perfect season Gal! 129 or 806 (nights) House Wiring, Repairs or any- thirtg Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co. ; Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 -M . WE HAVE .... Seed Oafs, Austrian Winter Peas, Winter Hairy Vetch, Winter Rye Grass, Seed Rye, Wheat, Barley and Joe You- rrians Flower Bulbs. We Honor AAA Orders MONTS SEED STORE Hope, Arkansas REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all mokes of refrigeraHon and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 °r*n ,~? Ni 0htsand Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope Thursday p.m., Oct. 21 5:00 Advcnlure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 0:00 Rhythm & Reason Hi? S e V s ' ^ ivL- Star Final C:25 Today in Sports G:.10 News Comment—M 6:45 Fulton Lewis, ' Jr.—M 7:00 Talent Jackpot 7:30 The Bolter Hall—M- 7:55 Hy Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel Heatter—M 8:15 Mutual Ncwsreol—M 8:30 Hevere All Slar Revue«:")5 Rill Henry, News—M 9:00 Family Theatre--M 9:.'(0 Alfred Smith Memorial Dinner—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Joe Reiehman's Oreh —M 10:;i() Bill McCune's Oreh — M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11: fin Sicn-Oi'f hriday a.m., Oct.. 22 5:57 Sign On (j:00 Hillbilly Hot-down (i:15 Home Sweet Home 0:;.'5 B;u7(ain Roundup 0:30 News, First Edition G:40 Arkansas Plowboys 0:55 Market Reporls 7:00 Farm Breakfast Pro»ram 7:15 Melody Boys 7:3(1 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical -Clock Mew?:, Coileo Cup Edition Sunrise Ser :n:'.de S!o;;an Parade (i.'aii Oi-;;an interlude 9:00 Cecil lirown M 9:15 Faith in Our Time—M 0:.'!() Say it \Vith Music—M 10:00 Passing Parade—M 10:15 Victor H. Lintllalii--M 10:30 Gabriel Healter'.s Mailbac —M 10:45 Latiny Ross-M 11:00 Kate Smith ,Spcaks~M ,11:15 Kate Smith sings—M ! 11:_SO Luncheon al Sardi's—M l-riday p.m., Oct. 22 12:00 News, Home Edition Market Time John Jlanii'l Ouaiiet Polka Interlude Farm Fair Powt'll-N.Ms-h I'roL'rarn Qiieen for a Day ' Golden Hope Chest—M Heart's Desire- M 1 Benson's Show—1\I Vocal Varieties ,1: , , • | • ' ;i 1 •" "". ,*' r,, i -| j | ' ~ --.. ^ -. ,j^, »^ •.. L ^enovjll 1 tru- accused of -'' V at fulure Urnc \""-" K w<;l1 as . an »nt>]einishcd dis- all innocenee. The intent here was dl ; rj PP. ( 'c' <-rily one slate. Camden has . "- ~ • - i iv- 111 t, wi 1 1 IJ L. I L \Vil T ' i j i u •*-» "' i i,y vji iu io gel her defense into print before i Pinc Bluffs powerful Ihe indiclmeiil could be read. ' i B 'K Six. But, that i.s all right, if unconventional and a special privilege Lei us consider that she had' decision—that to Zebras of thc Piesented her defense. Let her sav MIC f If In 1 L-nrnir I 'n .^ * ,.l.. she didn't know that she was run- ,"""," "ing with Communists or fellow ' J ° /av travelers or paying influ f ront ' s ;- to lheil ' Pol We don't have to believe her When you have read the record f,.-,( ll ,' alllc with Communist Units and have noted that she never made the mistake of tin-owing m with a faseisl or Na/.i society m the days when thev were numerous, can you believe that it was innocent stupidity which always guided her choice? J he index of testimony and other evidence taken by the' Late D es commiliee on Un-American activities, now known as the permanent committee, contains 5,'! references to Mrs, Franklin D. IJooseveli whuTs,^ g^e, ° a T a «™ S a^ and comfort when she was the wife of the presuh-nt of the United States have been identified as subversive groups by Torn Clark, the attorney general, whose reproaches aie giudging ;U K | tht-refo-.-i. the more important. Clark and' P.V'M- <1ent I ruman haw resisted all attempts by Congress to expose Communists and f,.|! tnv travelers m the department:; of justice and in the While the- lloosevoH mvth h beiorc election'. TOM i Clark e low ., ,,,.,, nmnv uij iNo. ^ wnen lei tAl < Ul °- W' i(lcat s entertain Hot Springs Htic-a tl; " 1/ i hi " Hot Springs' Trojans have - yt- t _ lo win a Big Six game after Pine Bluff will go aftoi „„ nt , t - ond division triumph against lowly !• , , i'/ ui " on thc Jailer's home field. North Little Rock, which also won ils only division start, will to mark up No. 2 when signed a baseball contract with the New York Yankees. A freshman at Arkansas Tech here, thc right-handed fast ball pitcher hurled for the Russollvillc Junior American Legion team and the Russellville Cardinals of the Arkansas Valley league the past lie won six and lost one Big trying three limes. Other Big Six teams will do business with powerful outsiders tomorrow night. only oy . the will Little Rock, beaten rugged Blytheville meet perhaps its • ••— ... ^ v. v fj^ij,ti|j;i its toughest foe of Ihe season in Male High of Louisville, Ky., in Ihe Ar- uansas capital. Fort Smith will be host to the Russollvillc Cyclones who already have sewed up Ihe T-ourth Distrct AA crown. A till which may decide the District. t!-A championshin i.s offered •-it Warren, where Monticcllo will be the invader. These two are the cnly unbeaten teams in the 3-A race. Two important Class B struggles are carded in the Bauxite will be al Fifth District Arkansas Deaf -School ancl Magnet Cove will visit game in the semi-pro loop. He probably will report lo McAlester, Okla., of the Class D Sooner State League, Independence of the Class D. KOM loop, or to Jophn in the Class C. Western Association next spring. By WILLIAM MOORE Seoul, Oct. 20—(/P)—Possibly 4,000 Korean troops — reportedly Communist led — seized two South Coast cites today and advanced on a third in a bloody revolt against the new republic in U. S.-occupied ioulh Korea. President Syngman back from a' Tokyo ^.ss? rSKr s»ja* »~i M 3 c^ ;iii Rhee sped curity Council's cease-fire order. (All Arab countries will join in the present Palestine warfare as the remit of Israel's continued 'aggression" against Egypt and disregard of the cease-fire order. Abdul Rahman A'/./.am Pasha, secfctary- general of the Arab lead, told newsmen Wednesday night in Cairo. A 3i5-minutc air-raid alert was sounded tonight in the Egyptian capital.) The cabinet adjourned for a recess tonight without reaching a decision on a cease-fire order, although earlier Ihe forieign office had told U. N. representatives the time ancl dale an Israeli cease-fire would be effective. A Jerusalem dispatch said he lighting had spread o Souhwcst of Jerusalem where Egyptian and Israeli forces were reported locked in bloody fighting for the pasl five days. The bailie began with a full scale Jcawish attack on the Egyptian-held towns of El Walaja and Sharafat, the disptch said, when three Jewish batalions attempted to encircle the Egyptians al Bethlehem and Bcait Jala south of Jerusalem. An Israeli communique said Arab troops shelled and machine- gunned Jewish positions in Jerusalem, and "fire was returned by our forces." One shell hit the U. S. Navy radio station within the U. S. consulate compound. An Israeli army spokesman said air and ground fighting also had been resumed tonight in thc Negev — the Southern desert — with new intensity. The feeling in Tel Aviv was that they the Jews had accomplished both the military and bargaining position they desired in the south. Their Negev supply route was secured ancl the supply route of the with Hebron and Ethle- He isn't entirely satisfied, either to play great football—in thc line "Against Montana," Niemi said. , I could go in and "tlho coach said try to make a touchdown scored 50 points." The Cougars only m ado 48 points. and Niemi missed that chance. Does Everythinq Wtfh FoofrbafS Little Rock, Oct. 21 — - (/P) — Four players — two ends and two backs • — chare the honor of "star of the week" in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference. This is the first week of the Associated Press' poll of A1C coaches that no one gridder received a greater number of <'otcs than any other. The four stars selected for their performances in last weekend's games are: .Ends Joe Shinn, Little Rock Junior college, and Dick Hays, Henderson, and Backs Jimmy . Penny The Dallas, Oct. 21 — 1,71— About Ihe only thing Doak Walker hasn't done with a football is blow it up , .. Kight now he's busily engaged ! .V al 'd m selling a new scoring record in i :5!) v i the Southwest Conference The on Southern Methodist All-America has made 53 points in four games and has six to go. The record i.s !2o set by Joel Hum at Texas A and M. in 1927. At Doak's present pace he will have over .130 when Ihe season ends. Walker is a runner (he's gained 11919 yards on 42 carries i; passei , Smith. Arkansas A. and M., and Scott. Henderson. Henderson players were named for their outstanding work in the Roddies' sU, lining upset of Arkansas State Teachers college. Scott scored the game's only touchdown on a lung run, while. Hays was superb on offense and defense ' and did a fine job of punting. Shinn — regarded bv his "coach, Jimmy Karam, as "the outstanding end in the stale" — averaged 49 yards on seven punts and caught four passes for 105 yards and a touchdown. Smith carried the ball ten times against Hendrix and gained OG s. He also caught a pass yards and did n creditable defense. for job Fights Los*- sser (he s completed eight out of M for 70 yards ancl two touchdowns* • By The Assocaited Press Hartford. Conn — Willie Pep. 1 127 1-2, H a r t f o r d. outpointed Johnny Larusso, 13-1, New York, 10 (non-title). Los Angeles — Enrique Balanos, ,, , --- .. " , pass receiver thc has taken two back for (if! yards); defensive player the has saved a flock of touchdowns i with jarring tackles and has intercepted three passes and run them back 7r> yards); blocker (he's the i;<vst at this on the Southern Methodist the squad) punter (he leads Soutwest Conference with an average of 37.2 yards on nine boots) Can you think of anything else? Last year he averaged 55 minutes per game; this year he's averaging only 48. The only time he's gone over 45 minutes was against Missouri. He played 59 in thai one because SMU needed him all the time trying to keep from beini- deleated. , 135, Mexico City, stopped Johnny " " , "Honev Boy" Williams, 130 3-4 New York, 7. Portland, Ore— Joe Kabul, Woodburn, Ore-., outpointed Maxim. li!3, Cleveland, 15. ]P,(i, Joey By United Press New York — (Park Arena) — Tami Mauricllo, 10. New York slopped Al Penino, 133 1-4' Brooklyn, (4). ? u V, a l°' N ' Y ' ~ Phn Muscato, 7, Buffalo, outpointed Shamus Obnen, 191, New York (10). Tho working hours lost annually through accidents in factories are eno «§h to produce two billion P°"»ds of soap, 89 million shirts, and 50 million pairs of shoes. © SAENGER STARTS SUNDAY which •' v Mid n< Col; in inn ibeiv weir: Aniericaii lee tor protection of for (two citations. American 'or peace and demo,-,-acv lean YouUi C"oni'i\..--s t M '(•' aboiit. ][j months- of Notice to Sweet Potato Growers _Dig now your polatot-s ,ins and ruins .,,<= tjuuiuy. Until further notice vt cffi-i- you $50.00 per ton'fo",^^ Portoncan and R t dvelvrts Which is $1.50 per bu. ot e6 Ubs. We turnish the cc.-itf- and want you to y t l iht-m and firade your number ont- \ n the field and pyt thtm in Crates as you pick thtm up. Potatoes that are put iu «toi-I age must be handled without bruising. We pay $20.00 pc-r tor, 'or ^culls arid rough stuff and tion t care how you bi ing -them in but be ture and (jet'or;.,tei for Number ones and dig them now as the priest may be lower after it rains. E. M. McWifliams Seed Store Hope, Ark. liable campaign fcnses of, and' ei National N^ro ean committee (', Naliiinal C.'i.uncil ... \'HM IreindsJiip tiu.'o ,"V',V" -^''M''" ytiuth v vii antl Workers alliance. . hi addition to the lnr»oin" impurity even C. kirk he was breached. Curtis Boeltiger, grandson of d'ecVirpd' 1 ', 1 ' 03 '' 10 "* Roosevelt and a person'^S^;^E^^^ - ^'^"ss, 1 A£%S. mr i,SK sifoArat" 1 " 0 -"'»•'»™ ; ?a?"sho,, ' It is Ihe 1'irsl stern tesl for Die 'hips, aanios In fact, most other ill I'e Jion-clistrict affairs. filler H'ame sinclude: 1^'iuonville at Fayetlcville. .Tiipltn, l\Io., al Van Buren Cvlholic lli:.h al Ceobe Subiaco al niytheville. Memphis Messick at Jone.sboro. .•' | ,'i!|.":!j-'l at Conwav. nne al Helena.' arkana al Smackovor f7AAi .adelphia al Presetill <7Al -alio at Magnolia. larkana North Heights at Den. republic, founded only Aug. 15. The in sr;ic wth r . Ip|Vl . v Morgenthau, Jr., general chairman ol thp United -Jewish Appeal in the United Sllates. i revolt came as Russia "minoiinccd ! A !!!^.-' .^"f 0 "' Wl »^n\.h*u said lit was pulling troous out of North i, ; - J "'" Jl J K "' vre ci^termiiu.d I to KIVC Israel support not only I'or but also in he .lev.';; already ther tiiL- inlercKts of "hundreds of ihou- sands in ICurone whose j'ulure de- Panels on tin? Jewish stale." , -. ver- siii'eches. t!e- 'lainments for): l^re^;.s; Aiiu i'i- .Jugoslav/ relief: American-So- citations i Highest OBI Basis •f Work Done ] Korea. • (There have been frequenl pre| diet ions South Korean Commu- :msls would revolt when the* JJus- isians began leaving North Korea In fact, Moscow reported Sunday ai A,,,.; , ~, r- i ,~'~: revolt had broken out in Southeast! . An . U( '' u f' r( ' ek l)"xmg was quite ! Korea. ' ! •\ | nnlar to the modern sport exeep; ! (This report later simmered i U C() ! l(( ': t; ' llt ^. "'ore the caest- idown to a small fight in Ulsani.-' " ' 1l - vlc , e , smnlar to modern f Southeast Korea. The current'i ;"''''' 5 f 1{ » l "*]os" '-"thor than box- I trouble is in Southwest Korea. | _"jl__ n ^:lL As far as is known, no U. S. oc-|rea. It was hertHhat a" :)altTe~'is cupalion troops are involved. The revolt broke wilh .stunning sudeenness early today at the Port of Yosu (UeisLii) and spread expected. Korean army and police aulhori- UeE a.vredecl on this version of what V/ashiiigton, Oct. Ml — l>a.•••]:< of Ihe work he Ha.rry Gilmer prubably es! salaried player in of I'oothall. I'tiriiKM- Alabama has is the the star is (he v-'s Dot; Tales—M Parade—M -'.vs. I'ive Slar Ed ».lay in Sijorti •nry ,J. 'i'aylor-—M iltoil ,.ev.-i>;, Jr. i-,-!t Sffii,''i t'-,-(,in P!.i v:.: ,',f nl hers i'|-. Sh sb'. ("itvat [> . the comniitt,',' jii.uiHi^ii oHiers in v/hii-h Islfano • jJhe Creat bail implicaled herself jl" one case sl u . Sl .,, ; --,,,.,,.,1,,,,.,.: rom jh.e White | hnlsl , Nvhu . h ! meant ,l ); ,t H u . M\<\^\ residents of 'I)"' president!,-,) mansion of tbj s jiLitioii inti-ntli'd 1,1 encourage a | conspiracy again | States accortling ; 'the peopUr.s elect, the ctl •'•;, chairman. :•!',• r, cut,'it ; ai'.i-n'.s Tho rebels last were reported jSpeedmg toward Kwangju Hloshu) jThey may be there now. Kwanju is ... . ;. „ "v^,i,,, nouiiui.s oaseii ai Yosu southwesl ol Sun- started the revolt, apparently tak- im_; advantage of Knee's absence li'idden property of the"vVas'hin'g" 11he "capil'al of "South ChoTla prov- tvedskms. ince, the southwest corner of Kollis exact salary has never lx i n en a courtes\ Tokyo. (This by the visit to MacArthur in visit was punctuated uncovering of a dynamite HI REMOVED FREE Within -10 Miles OEAD HORSES, COWS one! CRIPPLES Tex ark a on Rendering Plant \IL- v, ,-r Dial 3-5770 Ji I.signed j "awan ! White ! 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