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FT PAGE TEN Would Disband Jewish War Vets H«(p To Rid Nation Of Racial, Secular Or Social Groups By LEO SOROKA (UBlt»d Pr*ss Staff Correspondent) ATLANTA Ga , July 20. (XIP) ~ Milton .Rlcliman, n "Connecticut Yankee" and National Commander of; the Jewish War Veterans Is proud of his organization uut he mil that lie hopes it breaks up. 'Richman who bcrved under the late General Pitt :\ of the T'uril Army proposed J'sia"- went of si! organizations tlvrt break down tliL Nation's popula'Sn.i toto racial, se- cuto or social groups. :Here to address til? Goorfiin Chapter's convention Rkhmnv called for a "fusion of peoples" into a truly democratic population Richman said thnt the Jewish Win Veterans Is the nation's oldest veterans' organization dating buck it the end of the vvar between llu states. "But 1 we would like to sec I dissolved," Richman said. Richman cautioned Southerner to be alert against eastern maun facturers moving south to protl: by "siave labor." certain senlsh manufacturers, he said hope to Bain by cheap labor, tnx reductions and lowered utility rates. As a Lieutenant Colonel in Eu• rope Richman helped care for displaced persons and as late as now "this problem hasn't been met satisfactorily" he said. "There arc huge groups of peo- BLTTHBVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS "MONDAY, JUI-Y 28, HM7 Small Scrubbers for Small Elephant %»I™£3SSZ M LITTLE HOCK, J«1y 28. (UP) — The University of Arkansas Is putting Into cited Us recently adopted policy of closing the doors of the SUite Medical School to out-ol-stale applicants. hi lino with this policy, the Board of Trustees announced, yesterday (hat It had -selected 00 Arkansas residents out of three thousands applicants to enter the -"school in October. lAcr/mlintf lo University Prest dent Lewis Webster Jones, the pur- post- of the new policy Is to select student* who are likely to practice In Arkansas. Of the DO, oil but four are vet crans of World War II. rrcmoiiEfion, Maybe •WOOUAHD, Okla. (UP)—In last edition before a dcvastatin tornado struck here April 9, tl Woodward Daily Press -printed a picture at the top of page one showing destruction caused by tornado .it- Idorado Springs, Mo. Stralton Hill In Congress calling for Admission of 100.000 DP's annually over the next four years. Elcpluml washing, usually considered to be a big job, doesn't really amount lo much when the elephant in <|ucs(ion is "Baby Bruolifield." Sliinlcy Mrizck, II, and Johnim Walsh, !>, timidly attempt to scrub llic liny nadiyilmn in Chicago's Brookficld zoo^_. arc not even suitable for tcinporary living quiu'ter.s. "Bill they have no other hope but to y.a on living In dirty, unhealthy crowded camps." he said. Rlclnnan urged approval of the pies in all MUDS of occupation who have just transferred trom one 'concentration cam])' to another now mat the war is over," nc said. He said that camps in the American, British and Russian nones DEDTH of a © by Hilda Lawrence; Oistnbulcdby NEA SERVICE, INC, • THK STIMlYl Mark InCrrvIr"* 'Mlox llrnilr :il II. MII- 11 misc. Hi.- Irllr. him of i.i.-.-lip.t Ilulli mi III.•Irrel fiirrylni; " r*ul(rn*i. ihnl .u»[..-.-lh.K li.-r ,,f 11, .ft. Kin- nlM> Mtar "t Holl peculiar. S lo IIntiMi- ^vi Ihi-y ^ XIX "POn a long time the elderly T" maid, Agnes, knoll on the bnrc floor of the second (loor packroom •looking at what she held in her hand. The black-fringed, empty eyes lonked back, the rosebud mouth curled in a crooked smile, the bright wool hair was covered with dust and cobwebs. Now what in the world, she asked herself. Now what in the living world— , She reached again,into the corner where she had found the mask and drew forth the dress. It was wadded in a ball, nm\ she shook it out, muttering. "Supposed to be turned in with the others lo be •tored away proper in case of future need, although I doubt if •nybody'd want lo put one on again:" She upbraided the late wearer. "Not even folded, not even wrapped up, pushed back in the corner like it wasn't meant to be found." She smoothed the mask ind folded it, and began nn the dress. Sleeves turned in, doubled over at-the waist, hem— Shi carried.:the dress over, to the light.' There was a spot on the hem—at least, there had beer a spot once. Now there was r blistered, brownish stain thai somebody had tried to wash out Like coffee. Agnes was enraged *'Rank carelessness/' she fumed "Prancing around with a cup o coffee, acting up, no respect to the Board that's kind enough to gi^e parties at no additional cost. 1 She paused. "But they didn't hav coffee, they had punch; and sure' you're born that's coffee. Mus have been one of those that keep iood in her room, attracting mice, 1 • She took the mask and dress t For Complete Protection Against AH INSURABLE HAZARDS Phone 3545 W.J. POLLARD AGENCY Glencoe Hotel Bldg. 124 W. Ash St. .. Cattle Kprnycd wllli walcr-clls- unlre.iled stook during inldsum- DI?i' gained an average n:cr last yfar when flies were most of 50 pounds per animal over prevalent. Club 61 Blythevllle, Arkansas Highway Cl North Dine qnd Dance Couples and Parties Open 6 Kights Weekly Owned By W. A. (Red) Bickcrstaff and George Ford For Reservations Telephone SH Only .•>•••••••••••• t •••••••««••••••••••*••••••••••••••' GATEWOOD GROCERY j Phone 975! cr own room mid hid them in the ottom of ;> drawer. "I'll llx her," tnld ht'L- reflection in tlio mir- or. ".I'll Jind out ;ind fix her. S'ot half wjished out, either, ;LS if here wasn't any soup to be had r iti too big a hurry to ^cl somewhere else. Knmtsbody from ;m- ithcr door, trying to place the imc—" She praised and studied her re- Icclion in the mh'L'or. It looked ack with strange intensity and old her, without words, that she lad paused because her thoughts vcve uiifM.sy. "Humph!" she said efiantly, IQSSini* her head, "I say hat's eolVec and it is toffee." But she locked the drawer before she ell and nut the key in her pocket. \JISS SMAU, had reached for -^'-** a eij-taiet, but her hainl had slopped in mid-air. "Somebody coining down the hall, and I'm afrnid it's for me, Oh dear, I simply can't bear another tale of woe." "Might be for me, for n change," Miss Urady boasted. "Whoever it , I'll f*ct rid of lier." Together they listened to the slow, unhurried sleps and waited for the knock. When it carnc, it :iad an almost human pcrronnltly. It was light ;nid measured, tempered with caution and certain of result. , "Coino in," Miss Brady called. Lillian Harris, wearing ;i crimson bathrobe and lookiui', sleepy, edged into the room. "I'm terribly sorry, Miss Brariy," she apiTlogi "but I didn't like to disturb Mrs, "Oli, no. Miss Brady. April and 1 never did that. It's just that I've got a headache and nobody on our oor lias any aspirin. 1 thought you might be awake and—" "Certainly. There's headache shnT in the bathroom, all sorts. Go in anil help yourself." "I'll gel H," Miss Small said. "Sit down, Lillian. We'i-j very KUtd we can help." She left the roam quietly. "CoITce?" lUJss Brady asked. "Although you probably shouldn't have it." "I gucfs not," Lillian agreed. SVie drooped over Hie- back ot a chair. "\Vc had some up in our room. Just Dot and the two of us." Something in her voice sharpened Miss Brady's scrutiny. "You look ;is if you had things on your mind, LillJ;m." I j Hi an raised slticpy, candid eyes. "Oh, no, Miss Brady. I don't fed well, that's all. And April- yon know it's queer rooming with girl like April. I know I wanted to do it, and I still do, but it makes me, we!), nervous." Miss Small returned with aspirin. "I understand," she said. "I've been wondering if it wasn't a bad idea in Die first place. I've even been wondering if wo ought to close that room up, temporarily. Although I don't know what we'd do for additional space. But no matter what we do, Lillian, you must try not to think of what happened. It was a drcacUul thing, but you must try lo think of it impersonally." "That's it," Miss Brady agreed. "It isn't as if we'll really known the poor wretch. I suppose that sounds heartless, doesn't it?" "No, Miss Brady." "Well, lake your aspirin and get along. Good night. 31 After she had gone, Miss Small absently heated the coltce. "I don't think Lillian had a headache, disappointing me again. gone back lr> that queer, "Or. Jones is a very interesting speaker—and we've arranged for him to discuss the awful state of the world at our July community picnic! 11 FRECKLES HIS FRIENDS Nc, II Isn't By MERRILL BLOPSER Ark.-Mo. State Line on the left at the Arch Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY Phone 2043 1044 Chickntwwb* Fister. She's usually :islccp by , now. And T hale (o interrupt vou | Sh and Miss Smnll—" | s 'i "You're not iiitciTiipling." Miss ! secret manner. I'm ashamed ot Brady said. "Whal's \vtoiig7 April \ myself, I really am, but I keep sick again?" thinking that Lillian may have "No, not April." Lillian kept ! known Rnlh liclore; you know, her place by the open door. I known her somewhere else. Lil- "Wcll, come on in anil close that : linn v '' ;ls '« lllc lobby when Ruth door. There's a draft. 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