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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER" NEWS YOL. XLVIIi—NO. 168 Blythevllle Courier Blythevllle Dally Ken VaUcy Lead* Blythevill* Herald THE DOMIHAMT NEWSPAPER OF MORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1952 TWELVE PAGES SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENT* Ike to Junk 'No Personalities II Q 'Rnccpc' Rant T ,• AJI',s~l T! w.*J. UU33C3 UClll / actics; Adlai to Change Themes 3ov. Stevenson Plans Address OnCommunism By JACK BEtL SPRINGFIELD, III WJ—Oov. Adlai E. Stevenson of Illinois announced today a hard-hitting cam- iiaien schedule which will carry ulm 15,000 miles across 23 states before election day. Wilson Wyatt, campaign manager for the Democratic presidential nominee, coupled the announcement of Ih3 .schedule—Including eight national television- radio broadcasts with these news conference comments: 1. He thinks President Truman's whistle stopping tour is helping Stevenson materially because Truman is 'pointing out the facts." "Facte are a very healthy rtj'J llji "g." Wyatt said, "and I think . "-" the president is contributing a lot CIVIC MUSIC AVOUKEUS — This quartette of eighth-graders was among students who assisted Civic Music Association workers with , their pre- campaign activity. They are (from the left) ^"th Johnson, Kay LaFerney, George Ann Byrd and Sally McCulchen. The association has Its kickoff dinner tonight at 6:30. (Courier Ncire 1'lioto) Dodgers—1 Yankees—1 fSnitler homered in Sixth) (Ilerni homered in Seventh) County's Death Toll For Week End Is 4 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bcinkley of Dell Killed In Indiana; Stock Car Race Driver Dies Four Mississippi Countinns met violent deaths in three | Mamie walked. Mize filed out -to separate accidents over the week end and three others were i Snirter in r teht center. NO runs, no slightly injured in an auto collision. li"'L,T c left ' The dead: I dent happened, is about 25 miles Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brinkley of j from New Castle. A Cobh Funeral Yankees FIRST INNING 2. Stevenson Is going to "continue to talk sense to the American people" and not talk down to tncm . "We're going lo rest our case on that," he declared. 3. He believes a Republican plan to supply Banned answers by Cieu. Dwight D. Eisenhower to local questions asked on TV and radio programs smacks of "selling Ivory soap or bubble gum" and is unworthy of a presidential candidate. "Such a contempt for the Intelligence of the American people Ls beyond the imagination," Wyatt commented. Prom a series of speeches built largely around selling the Idea that another Democratic election victory will mean continued prosperity, the Democratic nominee turned to drafting a major Address on the menace of communism. The prosperity theme ran through speeches Friday and Satruday in Ohio, Iowa and Minnesota. The communism issue, on the basis of 'GOP Cannot See Answer to Red Threat': Truman President. Takes Credit for UN, NATO, And Marshall Plan By KRNEST B. VACAHRO ABOARD TRUMAN TRAIN, Ml —President Truman asserted ta- day the Republican party appears unable to "see or understand what it takes to meet (he menace of Communist aggression and subversion." Whistle - stopping eastward through Utah in behalf of the Stevenson—Sparkman Democratic ticket, the President hit anew at (he GOP and Its presidential candidate, Dwighi D. Eisenhower, in n speech prepared for delivery at Drigham Young University in Pro- General Maps Plans for Feud With Truman By DON WIUTF.IIEAD ABOARD EISENHOWER SPEC IAL L« — Dwlght D. Elsenhower beamed his political charm on Washington State today amid slgnr that a rip-snorting Etsenhower-Tru- man feud will highlight the fina! month of the presidential cam palgn. Eisenhower has scrapped hi.' "no personalities" tactics and aides say he can be expected to rip into President Truman in future speeches as he did Saturday niglit in Fargo, N. D. The GOP presidential nominee- completing his first cross-continent drive—bci;an his bid for Washington's nine electoral, votes with a brief morning speech in Spokane. The Achievements Citeil Democrats, he said, can OnWorldConquest Malenkov Declares »y liBUl' GII.MOIIE MOSCOW (AP) _ Goorgi J[. Malenkov told the world's Communists last night "bosses' or the United States ara bent on world domination through a war with the Soviet Union, and the USSR therefore "is strengthening and will strengthen its defense capabilities." Joseph Stalin looked on as Mnl- enkov (along with v. M. Molotov considered a probable heir to the Stalin mantle) delivered an houis- Then lie was to Epluata, Wcnalchee and Everett before making a major speech in Seattle ., T -, ,. , v.«miiLLiiii:>ni issue, on me oasts of McDougaW grounded out Cox to present plants, l s to be the topic * d ont"to . . killed when their car crashed i Home ambulance has been sent to hefld-on into another near Greeii- ficld, Ind., yesicis-i-/. - -•' ; i; ,yj-. Earl Eugene Tlavis. Blytiievillc ' tonight.' ^vadio end televisj'm repairman, who j i died of injuries received in stock i ej UIai car races here yesterday afternoon. I mi $ tea Clarence Johnson, M, Wilson] he and'' Kegro hilled when strop!" bv a tr dn near Bassett yest •, .?/"' '( The injured: Dodge Cox bloopcd double to short left. Reese, attempting to bunt popped to Berrn. Snider walked. Hobinson but forced Cox at thlra McDougald un delroit morrow night the first major a_ dress of a five-day aerial sortie into seven states in the Midwest and Deep South. From using n deft, sharp needle to jab at the GOP and at Repub- D. Eisen- ™'f ^' ' "* Mr. Brinkley was owner of Brink- Co, .at Dell. Born Mississippi County, had resided !n Dell •' Yankees SKCOVH TNNT.VG two "left. sw "ched to a sledgehammer ap- Mrs. W. M, Burns, wife of a Elythcvillc realtor, who was hurt In a collision near Holland, Mo., last night. Darian Claire O'Keefe. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Keefe of Memphis, and Mrs. Burns' granddaughter. Roy Brinkley, 57. of Dell and his - „ ». — -wife, 11, were killed yesterday in I as rcstln ° Ke!1 tms morning a head-on collision six and one- half miles west of Greenfield, Ind. The collision occurred on three- lane U. S. Highway 40. Wilscfn residents. Funeral arrangements were irt- Berar Bopped to Reese. Woodling neled to right. Noren struck out. struck out. No runs, one hit, it, ie!l grounded out Hizzuto complete today, pending arrival of i lo Mize. Hodges struck out. Purillo a son, Roy Brinkley, Jr., who is! singled lo left. Loes struck out No serving wllh the Army in Korea. --- •-" • •• Miss Peggy Brinkley. daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Brinkley, runs, one hit. one left, THIUn INNING Walls Hospital suffering from i shock after receiving news of her I parents' deaths. She was reported laken! Yankees proach. As he swung through Ohio, loivn See STEVENSON on rage 3 o credit for the United Nations, he Marshall Plan, (he North Atlantic Treaty/ the Japanese Peace Treaty and the Point Pouf Program of assistance to retarded areas. " "We had a lot of Republican help oil these programs 'for a while," Truman said, "but we also had a lot of Republican opposition. "If the Republican opposition had prevailed, I have no doubt llmt Prance and Italy and almost all of Western Europe would be under Communist yoke today." Eisenhower. Truman asserted, lias swallowed "Isolationism whole" "Sheer Poppycock" He also denounced Republican talk of "government by crony" in Washington as "sheer poppycock— and politics." Meanwhile, Truman's campaign strategy board worked on two new speaking itineraries for the "give 'em hell" campaign. Tentative plans call for a whirlwind tour of New England—highlighted by a major address in Boslon—and still another Midwestern tour carrying Truman inlo Pennsylvania. • X7U;rf" ^(fnU ' "other 1 states on h's way home to Missouri to vote. Announcement of (he itineraries tonight. He was expected in these speeches to outline his views on reclamation and power development. Elsenhower was stung lo anger by the attacks on him by Truman, who asserted he was a "front man" for special lobby interests. Saturday night In Far-go Elsen- hower opened his address by reminding his audience that "another campaign" had preceded his through the city a few days before. This was a reference to Truman's Sec TRUMAN on Pa»e 3 The Brinkleys are survived by two other daughters, Vera and Carolyn, and two sons, Charles and Roy Brinkley, Jr. Charles, Peggy and Few Funds Recovered in U.S. Contract Frauds Ra^» ro i le a mlt n,,.,. ,„ WASHINGTON (AP) - The Justice Department, says a House In- Hodgcs."McDougatcl fouled to Cam- ves " 8a(ltl * 8t ' ou P !la5 ^covered only 5300.000 of allegedly fraudulent World appearance. "Noisy Blanks' 1 "Now from its roar platform," he said, "I am lold, salvo after red hot salvo was fired at me. Now, I merely say that I have been shot nt by rear artillery. I nm far loo old to be greatly dis- lurbetl by noisy but harmless blanks. "However, It seems thai we are supposed lo accept that kind of racket as typifying the purpose 01 nature of the current Democratic campaign: sound without substance; promise without, perfor mance; howls without harmony." His audience roared with laugh ter. And Eisenhower appeared to be enjoying himself too In new kind of sssuult on hJa tion. -•:;_ took off his _,_. leaned on the rostrum. "Now the whole Is blended Into a raucous din and jangle led for seven years by the drum major of Ihe administration's band." he said. "He asserts that the democrats must march to the weird clatter he inspires, but his handpicked lieutenant shows definite signs of annoyance-, even disagreement. He has gone so far as to Imply Hint the drum major has made a mess of things. ... so confusion among them. And now we long address to the opening session of the IDth congress of the All-union Soviet Communist party, Ho denounced U. S. "ruling circles" and laid down the Coinrau- .ist program for the future. Malcknov prolrayed President Truman and other American lead- rrs as plotting world domination ind driving the capitalist world oward economic breakdown jind rar. But tlie USSR is prepared o cooperate with the V. S. and ilher powers for peace, Mnlcnkov mid. O'onlrndicliiiK Stalin? (On the surface, nt least, this appears to contradict the words of Stnlin published last Thursday. Stalin said there was more likcli- lood of wur between capitalist na- lons than between the USSR and the capitalist world, because of contradictions in the capitalist Kys- Icm's competition for markets. However, the point Malenkov appears to be making is that the Soviet Union will continue lu build its "defensive" might to the utmost, to thwart plans of would- be "imperialist aggressors.") Kcynotlng tlie first such parly congress in 13 years, Malenkov laid down this program for the future: Dl the foreign field the USSR will "fight against plans for Instigating a new war," while In- ce'santly strengthening the -de tensive might of the Soviet stale so that it can "crush and repel any aggressors." - On the economic scene the USSR will sponsors "cooperation and development of commercial ties wllh all nations." pnnella. 'Rizzuto flied to Snider in deep center. No rails, no hits, none left. Dodgers Cox bounced out McDougald to Mize. Reese flieil out to Woodllii" in left. Snidr- rolled out Martin to Louis, who suffered ankle and arm \ fractures and a concussion. I . Mrs. Brinkley also is survived by Information as to the came of the i her father, joe Crews of Bernie, accident was not immediately avail-; Mo.; two brothers, Luther Creivs of able. , Manila and Deron Crews, who Ls in Mrs. Brinkley had spent the past! tlie Army; and another sister, Mrs. Mrs. Brinkley had spent the past two weeks in New Cnstle, Ind., visiting two sisters, Mrs. Fied Counts i and Mrs. Earl Cater. Mr. Brinkicy "had ieft for New Castle over the Yankees FOURTH INNING | In n report to the House last j night, Die subcommittee said the ! department's record in handling Mantle popped to Robinson. Mize j cases of overpayments to private walked. Berra forced Mize at sec- contractors in "shameful." War II contracts lolaling 21 million dollars. Asserting the fraud charges were referred to the department four years ago by the Genera! Accounting Office GAO, a House Judiciary subcommittee said the department has "taken an excessive amount of time in moving to recover money due the United states government." Former Deputy Ally.-Gen. Pcy- ond, Robinson to Reese. Berra went to second when throw lo double him at first got away from Hodges. j Woodllug filed to Snider in center. licno Ashley of Keiser. Mr. Biinklcy also leaves two bto- | ^ 0 Vans! no "hits orTcTeft' thers. John Brink!c;.' of Osceola and! Dodgers Henry Brinkley of Btytheville, and I Robinson called out on strikes. week end to brim; his wife home.! • - - ' ~* drix of Yakima, Wash. .ijt. Bodies Being Returned Greenfield, near where the acci- two sisters, Mrs. Melvln Giles of I Cincinnati. O., and Mrs. Tom Hen- Weather Arkansas forecast: Mostly cloudy j and colder this afternoon; occasion- PARTI.V CLOUDY al rain south portion; partly cloudy and coiner tonight; occasional rain southeast portion vi'.th lowest tern- Killed in Auto Race Earl Ei:g~.= Davis, 28-year-old Blytheville radio and television re- Sce FATALITIES on r,i s e 3 Former Arrested On Labor Count OSCEOLA — John Barton, Beech Grove, Ark., farmer, forfeited a 5135 bond Jn Court here this morning on a charge of enticing labor. Barton was arrested yesterday near the Little River community west of here, and charged wHii enticing lis.-.'can farm laborers away from their present employers. Shuba struck out. Campanella sin- j gled to left. Hodges struck out. >fo runs, one hit, one left. I-TFTH INKING - s Btytheville Man Gets 60 Days For Taking Car ton Ford was held strictly rcspons ible for the delays, and Assistant Atty.-Gen. Holmes Baldridge and his predecessor ns head of the claims division, H. Graham Mor- Ison, were criticized for lack of Lloyd (Doll) S150 and Trotter was fined sentenced to - s . j f*ou oiiu HX-JL.I ;ujjj semencea lo Norcn^ singled^ off Cox's glove, j 60 days in jail in Municipal Court „._ Martin flird to Shuba in left. Raschi attempting to secrifice bunted into double play, Hodges to Reese . ^j of ing a car without the owner's consent. , „ ..... to^Robinson. No runs, one nil, notil Ti oiler was arrested Friday night ; on a cliurge that he drove off in a j Sweat Cab Company taxi without - .......... n. Loes bounced . permission of the owner. In Mu- out iNfartin to Mize. Cox singled to nicipal Court Saturday, he was left, Doil^ers Furillc struck forceful prosecution. "Mr. Ford," said the report. "apparently spent four years either ignoring- this problem or unaware that It existed." Record Defense Cited It added that Baldridge "seemec. more concerned with defending his poor record than in assisting this subcommittee," while Mori- .son "forth-rightly acknowledge* his responsibility." for comment. :\_ ... i")Ialcnkor . . . the Soviet Union is strengthening Us defense capabilities. , . * * * Communist Line Seen as 'Clear' Writer Says Russia To J-ay Lure of Peaca In Plans for Strik* By The Associated Press William L. Ryan, AP foreign - - . >>cws analyst,.writes;.:-,- . r On the domestic froh^'the USSR. . .GeOTgl.Malejikov makes tie pro- ^7.'|ll . ;"6trengll"^Y.:-th« :> n'Cuprhlc 1 -s^flfft'of ^CorrijiiwnSjrh'clear., -' are getting an educated accent menf exists welded on to the old Democrat "threats of new demagogu^ry." ti, 0 aide of the Lieutenants Elated This was the kind of "giv-em- hcll" talk that Elsenhower had never altcmpled before. His lieutenants were elated hy the reaction from the Farjjo audience. Generally, tl was felt among newsmen and others that It was fltlfllincln of the tasks' of the fifth five - year plan." About a,000 delegate.? representing the C.013,000 members and 809,000 cnndidaU 1 members of the Soviet Communist party,heard the keynote speech, which In the past often has been given by Stalin himself. ".Soviet TJniuii rraspcring* Malenkov pictured the Soviet Union as growin;,' anil more Stalin before him, he stresses that so far as the Soviet Union Is concerned, there will be no -.var— provided plans of the "imperialists" arc thwarted, The aim is painfully obvious. It Is to convince the non-Communist world that the likelihood of war will fade if only the present governments of the non-Communist nations lire balked. Obvious or not, this attack rep'- ------ • ^ UV1UU5 stronger , c ., cllte „ he , wiu-necl "capitalist cnclrclc- West. It Is step No. 1 on the road to the woi-ld domination by Com Western warmongers." The Soviet Union would remain, he ponent of said, "the chief new wnr and chief pillar of peace." Mulenkov, whose audience included top raking Communist leaders froni many countries, claimed Soviet strides in atomic one of the GOP candidate's that I energy, saying the USSR intends performances to date. Jt appeared that Elsenhower may aim his heaviest fire at Truman rather than his Democratic opponent. Adlal Stevenson, thus focusing campaign attention on Truman as nn issue. Yesterday. Eisenhower's special rolled through the autumn-tinted plains and mountains of Montana and he spoke briefly to crowds along the way. He ioiu each group he had resolved not to talk partisan politics on Sunday. But then he said: "It seems to me it is perfectly pos- there arc mimlsm. The lure O J ~tile" J bait "is from strong. "Gospel Laid Down" The gospel was laid down by Stalin's Thursday pronouncement on the eve of the 18th Soviet party conCji-eKs. The line Is this: If thera is to be no wnr, the various countries of Europe and Asia can go brick lo thi-ir normal pursuit of national aspirations. But in order jto use it for peaceful purposes. Soviet scientists, hn said, "liquidated the dominant position of the U.S.A. in this field and dealt a serious blow to the warmongers who tried lo use the atomic .secret and atomic weapon for purposes of blackmiiit in . a manner to I frighten other people." I This was the only mention he made of Ihe atomic weapon as i Kucll * . to m.-ikc Ilils possible, the United States must be balked. To ba)K the United stn it Is necessary to bring pressure against the govern mcnts which cooperate Jeft. Reese fnrrt>d Cox at second. peratures 30-35 extreme north por- i Deputy "shc'riif lion; Tuc™.,y partly cloudy and that at the time af his arrest c<Ml - i Barton nad four Mexicans in his Missouri forec.isi: Pair north and j truck. The Mexicans were turned colder south portion tonight; frost! over to the United States Border or treezing temperatures over the j Patrol. state; Tuesday fair with little 1 change in temperature; low tonight 26-32; high Tuesday 55-60. Minimum this morning—40. Rizzuto unassisted. Rizzuto unassisted, hits, none left. fined 3100 and costs and sentenced a day In Jail on ai charge of Inside Today's Courier News . . . Chirks idle this week Bees play Keiser . . . S . . . Pajre 6. . . . . . Thi: Hell Bomb . . . ture feature . . . Page 2 .. . . . Markets . . . rags 3 .. pic- Maximum yesterday—76. Minimum Sunday morning—M. Maximum Saturday—87. Sunset today—5:38. Sunrise tomorrow—5:59. Latest Cotton Crop Estimate Foresees 74,004,000 Bales The New York cotton brokerage „ «.—-. firm of Orvis Brothers and. Co., to- Preclpllatlon 48 hours to 1 a.m.; day estimated the nation's current -•68- ! cotton crop at 14,004.000 bales— a Total precipitation since January j decrease of 374,000 bales over the month. Texas continued to lead. wllh a current estimate of 3,500,- j cllrlslnlas Committee will meet to- The report, the third In a. series on an Investigation of the Justice Department by a subcommittee headed by Rep Chelf «U-K.y), also criticized George s. Petzer, former assistant U. S. attorney In Detroit. It said that on Petzer's recommendation a claim of SI.300,- 000 against the Michigan School of Trades, Inc., was settled for S93 000. Efforts Unsuccessful The subcommittee said Petzer had "placed himself in relationships with interested persons which cannot but raise a question as to the integrity of his decisions." Efforts to reach Petzer for comment also were unsuccessful. In another action over Ihe week ! end. Rep. Chelf said an cxiimina- Ition of FBI files In the 1946 Kanj sas City vote fraud case disclosed j "no new or startling evidence." 1 Chelf said he made this statement in fairness to Supreme Court 'justice Tom Clark, who was at- The Clumber of Commerce | torney general at the time of the :d I sible to talk some very , Sec EISENHOWER on No runs, no driving while under the influence of liquor IP. •--_ companion case. In other action this morning, two persons were fined and another forfeited bond on charges of driving while under the influence of liquor. Jerry Howell and Jim H. Wilson were each fined S100 and costs and sentenced to a day in jail on the charge and Juan Winters forfeited a S121.25 bond. Richard Piaz was fined 450 and costs on a charge of carrying a concealed weapon. SEOUL, Korea W--U. S, Marines fought through six bloody hours of Chinese Communist artillery and machlnc-gun fire today in a futile effort to recapture an important hill position on Korea's Western Front. Leathernecks of the 7th Marine Regiment slugged their way close C , . Ol Group to Meet 1—36.50. Mean trmperaturc (mid*ciy twccn high and low)—S3. N'orma! mean temperature October—83.4. This Dale List Year Minimum this morning—67. Mpximum yesterday- Sri. Precipitation January 1 to date 3S.17. firm's estimate of a month ago. ; •' The latest estimate was made as I 000 bales, some 360.000 bales off the previous estimate. Estimates for the other ttates In- Cahfornia, 1,960.000 bales: Mis- j of the eiiU of Scptsmber. This over-' California . i.MO.CXX) bales; Mis- foriall decrease was not. however, re- s Ilpl> t|623 ' MO ; Arizona, 1,060,000; fleeted In the latest estimate (or' A l abama ' 775,000; Louisiana, 680,Arkansas: 1.190,000 bales. This n i "00; Georgia, 67o',000; South'ca.u- about 4S.CCO bales more than the | lina. 540.000; Tennessee, 525 000; I Swancr^W M estlmAtf for the M«'.e iasl month. I North Carolina ol.i.MO; New Mexico, i Franc!*' r'av ' -Miioouns eitimatu also was up- US5.000; Oklahoma, 205,000; Virgin;?,i fichmtick loh'n 4H..OCO, compared to 410.CCO last | .6,000; Florida and others, 33,000. j sor™B!Jlc1a,e n . morrow afternoon at 2:30 in the chamber's City Hall office, A chairman will be selected at tomorrow's mectlnj?. Committee members Include Olfn Harrison, Tom A. Little. .Ir , Richard Osborne. John Burnettc, J. C. Edwards. George Hubbard, Jr., Jack Owen, Jimmle Edwards Autln » Mark ' V n vote Iraud case. Maid of Cotton Contest Applications Available Application blanks for the Maid of Cotton contest arc now available at the Chamber of Commerce otlicc ace 3 . 1 — .. ,„ ,. ttlO Americans. Once again, the tactic of the pip- ular front comes to the (ore to serve Soviet-Communist purposes. World communism is bi'ins re- frcahcd in the Lenin dictum. I.eniii oner said that if there are Communists should ., dominant sixth one. When there are Hvc, Hit Communists should join porters 'are 'not attending thTcon-1 i^n ^ "^ 'T"*' ",'£ £i " h ' See RUSSIA on Page 3 Wlicn tlleie are only two, then the "(," | t ,,,, c IS rl ;, e 10 s t r i(t ep what world l Malcnkov's long speech was I f" P. : ' r ' icf - "> c Communists ade ublic firt J°'" »« nnd work a ;: ;i:n,l t made public first on n broadcast early today by Tass. the Soviet news agency. (Non-Communist re- . Marines Fail in Bloody Attempt To Take Red-Held Hill Positions 3 This apjj.-in.-nily Communism is (j to attempt both coasts of North Korea. The armor -vested Marines launched their attack on the battle- scarred hill northwest of Korangpo shortly afier diuvn today. Almost immediately Red artillery and mortar Miclls rocketl the area. For four weary hours the Marines clawed up the slopes, only for ••peaceful co-existence" with capitalist countries, for East-West trade, for arms reduction and atomic weapons bans on their own terni.s, If it Is unable to convince the present l.'oveniments of its "peaceful" intentions, it \vili seek to <^e,- stroy those Rovenimems. .»-».,,, V i,t amgntu i,, L ., r way close rmcs clawed up the slopes, only to the crest of the low outpost to he pinned down by Communist mil, but the Reds held fast. Chi- machine-Run fire. The battle con- troops captured the hill Frl- j tinned at close ram-c for two hours Most of the action alonK the 155- mile battlefront lust night and today centered on the sensitive Western Front. Patrol clashes were reported from the eastern end of the lino. Carrier-based Navy warplanes teamed up with U. 5. Fifth Air Force fighter-bombers yesterday and unloaded tons of bombs, rockets snd napalm on a sprawling Red supply dump at Hocynnjr, south of Wonsan on North Korea's East Coast. more before the Marines withdrew. The bill is Ihe Western half of twin peaks. The Reds on top overlook Marine positions on the Eastern height. The Leathernecks of the 7th Reg- Sporkman at Luncheon CHARLESTON. VV.V.r «', —Sen. John J. Sparkman, Democratic vice presidential nominee, was here for a luncheon speech todny, openiiv.^ ft two-day swim: In a bid lor West Virginia votes. iment are part of the U. S. 1st! / ITTI f Marine Division. The U. S. Eighth i Army announced today that the i division is holding the Allied West- j ern flank in Korea. i Allied troops threw hack thvce Chinese probes on Bunker Hill' yesterday. Tlie Eighth Army said Ihe Reds lost 88 men killed or ILL nit \^ll<llllu\:l Ml lyUIILKJll ce UIL1CC * i >v i».,»j. .1,1 IM Auo IUB11CS 11 Olll In City Hall, Worlh D. Holder, sec- <»e carriers Princeton, Kearsage retary-manager of the chamber, aid Essex look part In "the raid, stated today. the biggest naval air strike In sev- Umnarricrt frirls between t'ne ages eral months, of 19 and 25 Inclusive are elleible. Ni^ht-tlying B26 Invader bomb- Kurlhcr details may be obtained ers swung Into action a tew hours at the Chamber otfice. later and attacked Red targets on " un: ntj[i^ lost GO men KlIlOu Or The Navy said 263 planes from | wounded. The Chinese also probed Bis Noil and Little Nor-i mils on the Wc.slcrri Front. Across the Peninsula, several Communist probes hit the Allied line above the Punchbowl nm!. northeast of Ihe PunchBmvl near j "Luke the Cook's Cabtle." Men get pearls from oysters, b it ft taker> o v.i.ninn to get a d'0:1>C^d trcm O h

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