The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 13, 1950 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN m,YTHTcvru.E eounimi NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1950. Korean Battle May Drag Out Until Next Fall Mognitude of War Stirs Long Faces Around Pentagon By ELTON 0. FAV WASHINGTON. July 13. <SV—A npirit. of deep foreboding over the magnitude lo which the Korean war may expand touched some htgh Pentagon quarters yesterday. The spectre of hordes of "volunteers" from Russia and China to aid the North Korean army gave rise to (he feeling In Ihe high command's center. But even aside from mis potential situation, (here were estimates In other well-placed Quarters that It might lake until (all to win n Korea—even If Russian or Chinese Communists do not take a hand. This time tahn was reportedly predicated on several factors, Including: 1. ft will be better io take the Korean campaign at a deliberate, careful tempo than to push it for « quick finish at a possible high cost in casualties with resultant bad reaction at home. . Koreans Are Tmi£h 2. The North Koreans are tough fighters. They have fought for the Russians at places like the bitter battle of Stalingrad, and for the Japanese. They -fought viciously to the end—few or no prisoners were taken from among the Koreans. 3. It took three months of campaigning In Okinawa to win over Asiatic fighters. 4. The North Koreans have the advantage of short supply lines through protected inland routes. U.S. supplies must move by sea over distances ranging from the 110-mile crossing of the straits between Japan and Korea to thousands of mites from bases 1n various places .In the United Stales. World Cautlontd Military mentors cautioned that perhaps another Ihree weeks of bad news, of more -falling back by American and Korean forces, should be expected before the build-up of strength begins to pay off. The concern evidenced privately In some Pentagon quarters was that, If North Korea's Communist friends In Russia and China start sending In hundreds of thousands of volun- Korean Papers Use AP Service For News of War AMERICAN HEADQUARTERS IN 1 KOREA, July 13. W'J—Four Korean newspapers are publishing Associated Prc-^s news in a South Korean city almost within view of (he fighting. Another paper 40 miles away .sends (o this town .six times weekly to obtain press news. Two A I* news broadcasts dally from San Francisco nnd another fro to Tokyo arc supplied to the five .subscribers by a branch office of the Korean Pacific: Press. This is a distributing agency which before the war supplied Associated Press news to more than 30 South Korean papers. Clio Sung Bok. 44, city editor from Heoul, and Khin Dyong Chan. '26, a Seoul radio opera tor, moved sou 111 during the first days of fighting and joined the branch staff of eicht men. Eight .staff members of a Seoul newspaper shifted 10 (.his soiKho/n town and are [mulish ing I heir paper. It Is the Pyung Wha Ilbo. "Peace Dally." Ironically, this means in Korean Other papers still going to press include the Korea Republic Daily and (lie paelian Sisimun. When paper can be spared, newspapers are dropped by plane throughout the countryside as far north as Seoul, Stylists See Rounded Contours Replacing Pointed Pulchritude LOS ANOKMCS. July 13. (/TV-Natural, rmmdrd contours are supplanting the World War II ami- t'hrtnusm in brassieres that confronted tlse observer with pointed, armored effrontery, say the stylists. This IK the word from the Corset, Brassiere arid iJiiKU'ta Association, holding forth here today with n 11 ride clinic lor 1,000 buyers. The manufacturers wiy there will be no return, hmvever. to the flat-chested style cif Ihe '20's. "The trend is becoming more amt more m:iture," said a spokesman. "The way fnlsle sales are booming it serins there will be no exceptions in <|IR break from the stiff, .severe brassiere—not even by ttom- en who are not endowed by nature In tii-splrty Ihe prevailing mode to i greatest advantage," Dell Kiwanis Plan Weekly 'Trades Day' Detroit Microfilms Documents 'in Cose' DETROIT. July 13. M'I—Playlm it -safe. Wriyiie (DrlrotO County ordered n speed-up yesterday in its rnicrohlnihiR of public cioirurnents. A place that's protected from lioinblni; or sabolnge will be sought for storage. Papers showing property ownership, alone; with marriage, death, fiml nntiirriliy.rHinn records, are bc- K llivcn toj) priority. Plans for a weekly "Trades Day" I to be conducted by Dell merchants niitl s]K>ii.soi'cd by the Dell Kiwanis Chtb, were formulated Tuesday nialit at Hie weekly meeting of the IJHl Kiivanintis. "The "Trades Hay" proRram Is Mjheduled t<> hcjdn July 22 nml continue each Saturday for six to j ei«ht weeks. I '['he program is to promote more 1 business for the noil Merchants by I Helling tile citizens of Dell to "buy I at home." i Weekly casli pri/es are to be fiflr red by the merchants along with various forni.s of cntertain- ]nent. Tjie Dell Klwanliins also heard a report on tlie Dell Scout Troo;- Ihal wil! altcnd C'amj) Cedar Valley at Hardy. Fourteen members ol the Ucll troop, sponsored by the Kiwnnis Club, will attend the camp. The Rev. Roy f. BaBley, pastor of the First Methndisl church in Bly- tiicnllc. was guest speaker at last niuht's meeting. He addressed Ihe Kiwanians on "What Heritage will This Generation Leave for Prosperity?" Former Broadway Star Dies in Versailles VERSAILLES. France. July 13. (/Pi— Lady Elsie De Wolfe Mciuil. 84. who was a Broadway favorite 50 years ago under (he name of Elsie De Wolfe, died yesterday at her Versailles chateau. She had been a well-known figure in New York. Paris. 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