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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - July 16, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeToday s skies . Mood sets . And is la apogee. A Trot Quarter saturday night the planet. Venus brightest Star in morning sky. Rises . It is now past ing to the North and East of Aldebaran. All times Eastern Standard Kingsport times vol. Xxxix no. 141 Kingsport term., thursday july 24 pages five cents the weather Cloudy humid with scattered thunderstorms tonight. Friday continued warm and humid with considerable cloudiness and possible thunderstorms. Yesterday s 86 last night s Low 67 noon temperature 74 rainfall .11 Inch. 9 fierce Battle rages in Kumhwa area chinese yield to Rok assault then strike Back reds trying to grab vital Highway Hub but s. Koreans hold Seoul the chinese red. Today buried a fierce attack at of the Allied line in Central Kores yielding up to a mile to counter attacking South korean a few Miles to the East. Seoul Friday if Koirth korean infantry reportedly has halted the main Force of a new chinese assault on the Kum Hwa Road Hub last night but final outcome of the renewed red push remained to be seen. The ebb and flow of fighting was so Swift that Many opposing units were being trap Ped. All hell has broken Loose but we Are holding said a american adviser to Rok troops defending the vital Junction of Kumhwa where five major Road meet. The chinks want Kumhwa and they re trying hard to get said maj. Joseph l. Harvath Piketon Ohio an operations adviser. He said some South koreans were pulled Back from out posts on orders As the reds hit american officers said russian military advisers Are serving with some chinese divisions that struck along the Kussong front. The officers said the uniformed russians were identified a divisional advisers. There was no immediate official confirmation of the report the new Battle for Kumhwa a vital communications Center was about 15 Miles Southwest of the Kussong River front where Thiee South korean about by Driver Barney Foley of Philadel american tanks Ana artillery phia and two chaperones the drove the chinese Back As much International group is now on a As a mile thursday. No u. S 24-Day tour of the United states., infantrymen took part in the the trip ends a year of study by attack army spokesmen said. The students in High schools and i the South koreans struck in preparatory schools throughout Der an umbrella of hundreds of America under the sponsorship u. S. Air Force Navy and a of the american Field service. See photo on Page 17 or Reli quoted As Sayin commit. Bill officers see arrests Page 2 Washington my said however that he is of Tonu from Hamblen were de for foreign Aid. N tag facts a member asking not to be resigned under i quoted by name said the ast week As executive staff Sion was to Cut 800 million Dol director of the Senate invest jars from funds for military As Ali subcommittee headed by distance and approximately 335isen Mccarthy said million from Money for economic in his Etler to the House group and owner forms of Aid. Yesterday that his request was the subcommittees by hundreds of Citi. Emendations will go before the the Dun Bradstreet Index t Trio cum Antii of constitutional convention the authoritative Cargill crop representing the sum total of bulletin issued at Minneapolis the Price per Pound of 31 com its work completed planned Minn warned of a secondary Only used foods jumped 12 noon adjournment today follow Hamden were area in the soul Cen cents in the week to push in a Brief clean session. Fhyr e they let Roy in a Lite More than 13 per but after Rine and australian Jet War planes which softened up the reds in the first Day of Good flying weather since the big red assault opened. Associated press correspond ent Forrest Edwards reported a getting acquainted chinese falling Back dior on their return Home this summer the Field service Hopes the youngsters will carry their Nashville to Tennessee s Good impressions of America with Back to their own countries. Trial states. Meanwhile the worst drouth in the history of the Southwest were before Korea. Pen beyond what food costs a year s schooling in the convention approved United states the youngsters proposed amendments for sub-1can laugh about their Early mis Miles. Session in Sullivan Plains continued to dry up Range. Of the 31 items 12 to the voters in a special and Fields despite scattered six declined and 13 remain i election next nov. 3. Cal showers in West Texas unchanged. Mark ups of seven of the proposals were Ter Day. Jcu rred on flour Oats beef Jel the Cargill bulletin said lard sugar Coffee secondary drouth was threaten-1 currants steers hogs and lambs. Adopted prior to the five week ing Farmers m Western Ken Tucky and Tennessee Arkansas wheat Corn Rye Barley Cotton seed Oil and eggs declined. In recess. The eighth a plan for City county consolidation by Delegate Over slices of Waterm Elon after supper Christel Meyer 18 year old from Nuremburg Ger Many related one of her Early experiences with american food. It was on the ship coming Over. I was the Only Field service student aboard and so i was United Blount vex

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