The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1950 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 7, 1950
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1950 BLYTTTEVTT.LE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS China Reds ThreatenTachen Island; Troops Are Massed By SPKKCEK MOOSA «• TAIPEI, June 7. <AP> _ A Red Invasion of the Tachen Islands, 190 miles south of Shanghai nud an Important, Nationalist blockade V. was anticipated today, ijficlal dispatches said the Communists were massing troops on the mainland preparatory for an assault on the Island. The Nationalists hivve been trying to convert the Tachcns into a stronghold siivje the low; of the Chushan Islands last month. Reports here said 300 Chinese Junks and four steamships had been assembled at the mainland port of llaimen for the assault. Nationalist warships were credited with sinking three of eight Red motorboals near Haimen, British Danes Iti the menatitne. naval hcad- miarters here sairt British planes had flown at a low altitude over Nationalist warships in the Pearl Hiver estuary, which leads Canton and the vicinity of the Wanshan Islands of British Hong Kong. Tn a special communique, naval headquarters said: "In order to insure safety, our ships have taken measures to meet any eventuality." Warships to Fire This seemed a hint the Nationalist warships, which have shelled American and British vessels trying i^Qmi the Nationalist blockade of Red China, would fire on the British planes if the low altitude flights were repeated. In Taipei minister without jxirt- folio Wu Te-Chen, a general, said upon his return from Korea, Japan and the Philippines that he was convinced a new world war was inevitable. During his stay in Japan he said he was received by Gen. Douglas MacArthiir "who expressed great concern over the situation in China." Reds Driven Out Dispatches from the mainland said Nationalist guerrillas had driven tUe Communist government from its sent in the northwestern province of Tsinghal to another town. The Reds, these dispatches said, were lorced to move from Sining 50 miles northeast to Mingho. In Canton, pro-Nationalist reports stated a "high" Russian adviser named Kapaleloff had been killed by an infuriated mol> niter » girl named Lee Sut-seng had been raped by him. PAGE TORRE BOMB-CUTTED PASTORALE _ A shepherd watches his flock amid the crass-grown ruins of the old city of Frankfurt, Germany. The Frankfurt Cathedral is in background. Bank-Robbing 'Lover' Held on Bond VAN NUYS, Cnlif., June 1. (AP) , —A husky, ruddy-cheeked ex-G.I. who robbed a bank for his lady love only to have her turn him in, is held on $7500 bond pending federal ;rand jury action. "She was ray first girl friend," sighed Donald Book waiter, '23, at, his arraignment yesterday. It was "to prove my love" for attractive, brunette Margaret Sweet, 20, that the former department store messenger from Sacramento, Calif., nibbed a branch of the Bank of America ol $1,500 Monday, he testified. Centennial Oxen Lik« Bull in China Shop A- ' i jjfANSAS CITY, June. T.< Wj—It whs supposed to be a quiet scene in A Kansas City Centennial pageant . . . two oxen lumbering across the xtage. But befort H wa» over this had happened: The oxen bolted, wrecking their 600-pound cart. Three hundred performers scattered all over the huge outdoor stage. An actor portraying Daniel Boone was shaken u the oxen brushed his horse. A i€chnfcarndviser was injured. The oxen became frightened when the wheel of their cart grated against a stage Ret. Just as the scene began, the narrator intoned: "A wagon train leaving for Oregon creates no excitement." Soviet Germans Begin New 'Land Reform;' 40 Acres Transferred HANNOVER, Germany, June 7. (/[>>—The Soviet zone of Germany was 40 acres larger today and the British zone 40 acres smaller hi a no til bit of Communist land reform. German survey officials of the Communist .Soviet zone simply. picked up bonier markers, carried them westward, and set them down. They said this corrected the border to the old- line that divided the provinces of Hannover and Prussia. Then they divided np the land, mostly owned by R British wane resident, Count Von der Schulen- bxirg, among residents of trie Soviet zone town of Breltenrode to use for fanning. " British officials declined to get excited. Holland exported $7,500,000 worth of flower bulbs, mostly tulips, In 1949. Book waiter said he met Mist: Sweet ,a taxi dancer, at a ballroom !0 days ago. He spent $50 to $70 a night-, dancing only with her until Ills funds ran low. When he bought her a horse, saddle and riding habit after the holdup, she became suspicious. A newspaper description of the robber semed to fit him, she said, and .she asked him to drive her to the police station. She came out with officers, who made the arrest. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE C1HCKASAW1JA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Ellen Overall, Pltl. vs No. 11,296" Amanda Overall Gibsno, et nl, Dft.s WARNING ORDER The defendants, Sally Mae Overall Edwards, Ulysie Seaborn, Junior Bragg, Anna B. Bragg. Margaret Bragg Madison, Bob Bragg ant? Federal Land Bank of St. l/jut.% are warned lo appear in Uie Chance."} Court lor the Chickasawba DLstric of Mississippi County, BlythcvilK Arkansas, in Cause No. ll.:!!)fj withr thirty days nnd answer the Com plaint of plaintiff, Ellen Overall. Witness my hand as Clerk of sale Court and seal thereof this May 15, 1950. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk 5]lT-24-31-6|7 RE5INOL"™" Principal of High School No Longer Has Nervous Stomach Wauls Olhcrs to Profit. By His Experience Who Suffer Heartburn, (Jas, Indigestion and Nervousness Dccaiisn TJieir Systems Lack Vitamins BI, B 2 , Jron iiuci Niacin! Vincent, Alabama March 23.1950 Dear Sir: t. I ntn principal of Vincent Hish m. 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