The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1950 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, APRIL. 11, 1950 BLITHE;VILLE (ARK.V COURTER WEWS 5000 Red Guerrillas Quit Chinese Say NationolistsToke' Communists on Hainan Island By Spencer Moosa . TAPEI, April 11. yp)—Piv« thou- und Communist guerrillas, their morale chattered • by propaganda and cut supply lines, surrendered during the past week on Hainan, jHiinese Nationalist dispatches said The Nationalist high command on the hard-pressed south China Island said about 2,800 guerrillas laid down their arms In si* villages on southern Hainan." The others surrendered In scattered areas. , The Nationalists threw a three- pronged drive at _ the , estimated 25,000 to 30,000 guerrilla* on Halnan. They bombarded them with airdropped leaflets promising life and re-education. Drive Stepped Up They stepped up the military drive. • ' ' They blasted six Chines Com- munitt attempts during the past month to pour men and supplies across Hainan beaches from Lui- chow Peninsula 10 miles away. For the week ended Sunday, the high command reported: Nationalist warships sank more than 40 Red -junks, killing more than 2,000 Reds and capturing more than 100. Nationalist planes sank or damaged 250 junks, kill more than 1.000 Reds. "Hainan has become an imsink- able carrier." boasted Gen. Hu Han-Ying, a high stafr officer who arrived from Hainan^ Nationalist warplanes flew over Shanghai, Nanking. Soochow and Hangchow yesterday without draw- K any Red aircraft into the skies, atches from Chushan Island . The planes reported they sank two troop laden junks. Emmlssaries Arrive Three emissaries from North China arrived in Taipei "to show the world that Inner Mongolia is bleeding for the motherland." They said their chief, Prince Teh "is loyal to the national government and President Chiang K«j- shek and has vowed to light the Communists to the last drop of his blood." They added: ;Vast areas of Inner Mongolia are under control of forces opposed to the Beds. . • Prince Teh has 20,000 cavalrymen who are pressing the Reds hard. .They are amply supplied with food but short of arms. Raids on Communist outposts supply these needs. PACT? VTVjt SQUARE IN FASHION CIRCLES-This geometrical gem was created by Chicago art teacher Eileen Roebuck,as her contribution to a ''fashions o( the future" show in Chicago.'. The costume's theme springs from the cubist school of art. Twins Sneak isit to Bears . r ..,..-. Occupants All Alter White House Own Way, Architect Claims WASHINGTON, April 11. (AP) — White House architect Lorenzo Winslow is trying to get the jump on future Presidents who might go n for some private alternations of .he execuitve mansion. He said in a speech lost ni^ht hat one of the major factors responsible for the present reconstruction of the white House is that each occupant has installed his 'own favorite devices" without :echnical advice. And he added that he Is trying to foresee alternations which might be needed in the future and make allowances for them. He also disclosed that the work "progressing faster than expected" and may be completed by Christmas of 1951. WASHINGTON. April II. W How the Jive year, old twins, Jimmy and Johnny, managed to travel mile to visit the bears In the zoo Is a mystery. The zoo keepers are happy over the bears' patient friendliness. The boys' mother, Mrs. Mary Rogers, had shut them into a bedroom to do penance for some mischief. Her call to the police when she found them missing, and the report of zoo keepers that they had found a pair of twins within easy claw reach of the bears' cages, were almost a tie. Mother-in-Law Homed As Defendant in-Suit For Divorce in Atlanta ATI.ANTA, April 11. (/P» — Mrs Carleton Doris Lee has come up with a new twist to the mother-ln- taw angle. Tn a suit filed yesterday. Mrs Lee named her mother-in-law as defendant. She asked for « divorce from her husband, Marion, and for peace anH quiet from her mother- in-law.. Mrs. Kate Lee. '. jfc SFhe^aid that since she had stop|JW living with her "husband, her 'mother-in-law had called time ant time again and demanded that she return her wedding and engagement rings. Fulton (Atlanta) County officials jaid It was the first time in the! experience that a mother-in-law had been named defendant in divorce suit. Judge Jesse Wood sal. he would hear the case April 19. held there April 29, It was announced today by Felix L. MtHaiiey of the Civil service Examination Board. It is expected that jobs now.held oh a temporary or war service basis will-be filled from the list of eli- Bibles resulting from this examination, he said. The examination Is open to the )ublic r but applicants must reside vithin the delivery zone of the LeachvHlc Post Office of, be bona fide patrons of the office. 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CAP)—The United States has granted 110,000,000 worth of arms and other mill- Ury ftld to » Thailand threatened by Communism, Premier Pibul Songgram disclosed today. This was the first concrete manifestation of decisions reached at the Bangkok conference in February. Philip c. Jessup, U.S. ambassa. dor-at-large, set forth the U.S. position there of giving military assistance to Asian nations display- Ing the will to stand .against the Commusist tide. Thailand Takt* Plate • Under Songgram's leadership, the tiny kingdom of Thailand has taken Its place alongside democratic powers in the Cold War against Communism. But the war is more hot than cold in Southeast Asia, which lie* athwart the mighty new Commu nlst nation of China and itself i. riddled with Reds. The premier successfully fough for recognition of Bao Dai's French supported regime In Indochina! Th western powers have lined up fo Bao Dai while the Communist bio supports the opposing regime of H Chi-Minh. Only Asian Nation Thailand is the only Asian na tion to recognize the Bao Dai gov eminent. The American grant of milltar aid evoked expressions of thank from Thnlland cabinet memher One said the practical contributlo of military aid indicated that th United States is "a true friend all times." The military aid In the form arms as well as equipment such bulldozers to build badly neede military roads in north Thailan was given to help the governmen resist infiltration by CommunisU. the premier said. The exact time and method delivery was not disclosed. It w understood, however, that this may take some time. Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes op to S* In. Corrugated Metal Culverts Sizes up to R4 In. Aitnmatir Flood' Gates Concrete Septic Tanks Metal Septic Tanks Sewer Tile ^ Bet: Prices We Denver A.H.WEBB Uithwa? fil at State Lin* Phone 114 NEW Box Opens Week Days 7:0« p.m. Matinee Saturdays & Sundays Mat.-Sun. I p.m. Cunt. S ho wine Manila, Ark. 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