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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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. THURSDAY, MAT 29, 1952 BLYTHEVTI.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Red Army Meets Arson, Sabotage in Provinces KONG KONG VR — Widespread sabotage, arson and other resistance to the Communist Fourth Field Army's rule in four provinces of South-Central China was reported by a Communist newspaper received here today. The Hnnkow Chnng Chiang paper called for a speedup in the Red political indoctrination offensive against the "enemy" and gave the following report: Honan Province: 347 bandits arrested and more than W rifles and one machine gun seized in the Western part of the province. In Nangang County, 26 murder and arson cases in the last three months. Hunan Province: Nearly 400 landowner families in U.Jing County have refused to carry out the Communist "labor reform" order to provide forced work for the Reds. One Mayans County landlord was accused of sotting fire to 40,000 tung oil trees. <Tuii# oil, one of China's most valuable exports, is used in paints and varnishes.) K i a n g s i Province: Numerous cases of deliberately set forest fires were reported. In one fire alone. 10,000 camphor trees were destroyed. A woman was arrested for retaining the blood-stained shirt of her executed husband, she was accused of "dreaming of a change of weather," and keeping the shirt to be "used sometime in another court." Gen. A. W. Tycr Dies in Koreon Plane Crash TOKYO Wt-Brie. Gen. Aaron W. Tyer. vice commander of Uie Japan Air Defense Force and a tirioe- wounded veteran of World War II was killed yesterday in a jet crash The Air Force said today Tver's P94 SUrfire jet nosed down shortly after takeoff, clipped the tops of two small buildings, crashed and burned in a rice paddy. Killed with Tyer was Capt. E R Crane of Wichita, Kan., a veteran fighter pilot ivllh 160 missions in World War II and in Korea. Soviet Subs Stick to Home Base; Action Unlikely, Admiral Says TOKYO I/FI — soviet submarines In the Padfic arc sticking close to their bases in Russia and Red China and aren't likely to do anything else, the new commander ol U. S. Naval Forces in the Far East said yesterday. Th« Russian jubs are the main potential threat to the forces of Vice Adm. Robert. P. Briscoe. He Is openly optimistic about handling them, or anything else that 'might oppose his fleet. ig He said It Is quite likely the Reds are utilizing the Chinese Coast to build submarine pens but he point-1 ed out that wafers along the coast generally are shallow and favor the hunter rather than the hunted in submarine warfare. "Their main bases nre around Vladivostok — always have been. They are maintaining normal training operations. I have no reason to believe different," said the 55-year- old admiral, wlio will take over officially in » few days from Vice Adm. C. Turner Joy. Briscoe said It la possible the Communists are constructing concrete reinforced submarine shelters at Port Arthur, Dairen, Tsingtno, or even on the island of Sakhalin^ which would give them quick access to Allied shipping routes. Briscoe said U. S. ships steer well clear of Red waters to avoid any possible Incident. Taft Gets Victory In Alabama BIRMINGHAM. Ala. M>, _ Sen Robert Tafi of Ohio apparently was assured today of a majority of Alabama's 14 delegates to the'Republl- can convention. Supporters of the Ohio senator clr.imed 10 voles for their man bs the BOP State Convention met to select four delegates from the stale 'at large. South Dakota Editors See Taft-'lke' Tie PIERRE, S.D. W/ _ Editors ef South Dakota's dally newspapers believe the June 3 primary will be a photo-finish between Sen Ifoberl A Taft and Gen. Dwight Eisenhower! A survey by the Associated Press among the editors n week before tile June 3 primary showed the two candidates for the Republican nomination less than three percentage points apart. With their estimates weighted according lo population of Ihe areas covered, the narrow margin was Taft 51.2 and Eisenhower 48.8. On the Democratic slrle. (he ed- nors put a delegate slate pledged to Sen. Eftes Kcfam-er of Tennessee ahead of one for Sen. Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota, 55.6 to 44 4 per cent. ^ Read Courier News Classified Ads Moody Calls Federal Agencies To Explain Handling of News PAGE NINE WASHINGTON <*>—investigating senators called on all government departments and agencies today lo explain their methods of handling news. Sen. Blair Moods' (D-Mtch), a former newspaperman, askert for Ihe information as chairman of an "nntl - censorship subcommittee" set up to clicck on government policies on classifying information. 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