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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 4, 1950
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1950 (ARK.V COURTKR NEWS TAGR TKK1 U.S.-AAade Arms Help Enemy Turn Back Americans By KDWAKD E. BOMAR WASHINGTON, Dec. 4. (Jf)— The Pentagon has been advised that the Chinese Communists used some lute-model, American-made arms In turning back Gen. Douglas MacArthur's offensive Sti North Korea. .. This was reported today by responsible military authorities who said the newest model 3.5 Inch tank- buster bazookas were included among the identified arms of the Communists. These had been sped to Korea by air In the early stages of the fighting to stop the tonsil Russian T-34 tanks which spearheaded the original North Korean invasion. Those turned against the' U.N. forces in recent clays presumably were captiyj-ed last summer when the U.N. was defending the Pusan bridgehead. Reports 'bn other arms are incomplete but officials said the Chinese are relying heavily on weapons which were made in the U.S.. as well as in Russia, China and Japan. Guerrillas Also Have Arms The same Is true of Ho Chi Minh's Red guerrillas in Indochina. It was a shell from a one-time American field gun which signaled last April the start of French retreat from the China frontier. It gave notice tlir.t Ho's forces had been supplie with artillery by their Chinese Allies and Vietnam border outposts could no longer be helc: by lightly armed defenders. Virtually r.'.l the U.S. made weapons were captured from the Chinese Nationalists as they retreated from the mainland. Between V-J day ant Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek's withdrawal to Formosa last year the United Stntcs gave him mili- tary aid officially estimated at 51,060,000,000. Hides, Carbines Lost Several hundred thousand rifles and carbines were lost to the Red: along with uncounted number or machine 8«ns, mortars, field guns, motor trucks, planes and Hght tanks. The abandoned ammunition ran into many million rounds and 15 captured arsenals were equipped to turn out more. It has been estimated that 80 ler cent of the Nationalists' American equipment fell into Communist hands, In less than five months at he end of 1948 alone some 400.000 rifles were surrendered. That nore than ample for the largest lumber ot Communist division dcntified In action south of the Yalu River. Department Store Santa Can't Fool Lad; He Knows Sleigh KANSAS CITY, Dec. 4. Ul'i— Santa Glaus was greeting children as he sat in a big sleigh in a department store. Bright-eyed three-year-old Jel fery Miller stepped up and deciar ed: "You've got grandpa's sleigh." "I have?" asked the surprised Santa Cla\is. "Yes," the boy said, "and 1 want you to be careful with it." Santa eased through the ticklish situation by promising to treat the sleigh carefully. Jeffery was right. His grandfather, Everett Miller, had renter the Sleigh to Santa. FLOOD WATERS STII.I, RKMAIN—This aerial view of a portion of [xwk Haven. Pa., shows that the flood waters still stand In the streets after the sudden rise of the Susquehannn tllver Sunday. Damag. amounted to thousands of dollars. <AP'WIrephoto). McMath to Seek $24 Million Plan For Construction LITTLE ROCK. Dec. 4. M>l — Governor McMatn uuuis to ask the Arkansas legislature to authorise a $2-1.000.000 construction program. It would Include complete rebuilding of the stale hospital (total cost 512,000.000), the lone-planned medical center ($9.000.000) and 19 additional Guard armories (53,000,000). . McMatli, who said he'd officially broach the projects In his second- term inaugural speech next month s.-vid the state wouldn't have to furnish all (he money. Romanian Voters Okay Red Slate VIENNA, Austria. Dec. 4. OT—In typical iron curtain one-slate election, Romanian voters yesterday approved some 80,000 Communist candidates for several thousand local councils. The voters a'ere given no choice but to okay the candidates picked by the Cotntnuntst-nm "People's Democracy Front." 'ilipinof State Need or More Combat Units MANILA. Dec. 4. (/I") — Defense iocrolnry lininon Mngsaysay said oclay 10 additional army combat earns—12,000 men—are needed to combat Communist-led Hukbatahap guerrillas. He sflUl the present army Rkcngth of 15 battalion combat teams—one of which Is with United Nations forces In Korea—la Inadequate to cope with the armed peasants who have terrorized huge areas of the Philippines since live end <* War II. • The defense secretary estlmq the proposed increase In tho an forces would require an extra proiirlation of $15,000,000. Dogs' vision Is less sharp that of men. At DRE1FUS WARNING ORDKK The defendants, Lesty Noah am Gurnie G. Noah, arc hereby warnei to appear in the Chancery Cmivi Chlckasawba District, Mississipj: County, Arkansas, within thivt clays and t» answer the complain of plaintiff, Mound City Paint an Color Company, filed against thei in said Court, Case No. 11,510, an upon their faVmre so to do, said j complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of said Court and the scat thereof this 2 day of December, 1950. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Ruth Mag'ec, B.C. Held and Hoy attys. for plaintiff. Oscar Pencller, atty. ad litem. 12-4-11-18-26 MAKE IT A SILVER CHRISTMAS These Folks Once Suffered, Too! 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