The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 20, 1947
Page 9
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THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 19.17 Few Japanese Stil! Fighting Marine Detachment Sent OuV to Quell Uprising on Island HONOLULU, T. H. March £0. (UP) — Marine i-cJiiforcrniems are "•-•iiil! sent to tiny Pclolin Island In Uic ramr.i Pacific to wipe oul a tiny bund of Japanese still harrass- .!!(,' <iutires and garrison U'ooiis will] huiul grenades, headquarters ijj the Marino Garrison Forces ol 'We Pacific- an noil need today. Twenty-one Marines left Oaliu by air on Monday and 15 more to- 'ii'-y (o help quell" the uprising. Matin,, headquarters said it Is believed thai the liny band of Jap- ai>esc—jirobably not moic Itinn a cl'wcn — had made their way to 1'i'lpljii [i-oni .smaller islands in the Northern Palau group. An estimat- "'J 50 uwrc Japanese are at large in the Northern Palaus. The Japanese have thrown hand Gienadc's a t Marine patrols. Na- lives in some villages have been firnrt on, but this far tliere have been nocasualiies. Marine "ead- (liiurtcrs reported. , The well-armed guerillas are believed to be under llio command of a former Japanese naval officer. Forty Mni-iiie enlisted men and one officer left Oaliu for Peleliu -seme tjjne ago. Peleliu. which is about 500 miles of Mindanao, was the scene Of one of Hie bloodiest battles of i'ie Pacific war. Tiie Marines First Division invade<i Peleliu Sept. 14, 19-14, and lor official purposes the island was "secured" Oct. la, 1914. Fighting (or the island centered around famed "Bloody Nose Ridge." a 100-ioot-high hill in the center iJl the island. In the fighting to take the palau Group Marine and Army units suffered heavy casualties—1,105 killed, <;,«!! wnmuleri and 245 missing. RMost of the battle for control of "ie I'alau Group was centered on Peleliu. Pest Control Operators anize H- O. Ab'.c, Dallas. Tex., president of ihc National P^st Control 'Association. wi!l be the princip.i! speaker lit the meeting next month nf the newly organized Arkansas Pest Control -Association, it was amiciu;;eri indiy by E. Allan Kid- file, Blythevillc, acting chairman ot Ihc group. Mr. Biddle, owner or the Bicidle fcxici-minatcrs. was elected actina «hBirman to serve until the election of officers air.!.- directors at the next meeting. The exact date : "><i .place fcr next month's nieet- uig lias not been set nsnding hear- ClOTHES-SAVfNG TUMBLE-ACTION WATER-SAVER CYLINDER EXTRA-CLEAN TRIPLE RINSiKG BASKET-LEVEL PORTHOLE S?c how you just set a dial—add wnp — ami the Ilctulix doca (lie re A! Come in for a dctnonstration now! Kubbard & Hoke YDIU- CH Store In Ulyflicville Korean Leader Dr Syngman lihoc. well-known in Amenc.-i us a longtime tattler tor Korean independence before aiul during Ihe war, will probably he named president of a native Korean prdvisonat government, reportedly formed "behmd-the-s c e n c.s" of U. S. military occupation His right wing, anti-Communist group is unoflicia). opcr;::ini without knowledge or sanction of American authorities. WAA to Slash Its Payrolls In Arkansas LTTl'LE P.OCK. Avk,. March ;u. (UP)—A sharp reduction in personnel \vas bumf planned today uy the regional odice of the War'A<- t'ts Administration here. Director C. S Christum said mat Kovenuneent surplus property in Aikriiis.'is had boon rapiiltv' GIS- poseii HI, a: 1( i the reduction was decided upon after tomer-salijn with c. 11. Hiicker o! Dallas, rone acMiinisti-aior of Itie WAA.' The plan is to re;luL'e tlw number a! employes Horn -U'O t.) I5J. and Christian said that UK' i:r.,t rcduclfmis wcjukt go into elieia April 5. Rend Courier News Wnin A«S. jm,y'rniavtLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Telephone Union's Head Calls Policy Committee PAGE NINE \VA3111N(.VIOM. Mmc!i 20, ~-J<sr;ih A. n.'hnc, .-resident 61 the National I'Vileiutinn ,<>{ Telephone WorVei's. has summoned the union'j poll y committee here to docldc.' whether lo i-.\S! a nallonwide lele- l>!nn\e stiike alter April 7. lleirne said ih,- decision was In the hands uf Ihe eonnuilk'e, which will becin its i-inei-yciu-v .session Monday. ' I'V r almas! four months tin' leU'i-il'-onc workers huve soiiBht a foliiliun to Uirir Wi , K ,> diKpim-." H'lri-.p said. 'The lek phone work- in warn jndH.iirJHi peace but they ;i!so uimt JusiL'e-" In New york. negotiations broke down between the American Tfle- |;!]<»><> and T.'le-'r.'ipli Company ami lIn- American Union of Telephone Work-Pis, one ni Hie key NFI'W allilmtes. iep:e-,eutin B 2o',000 lon^ 'jutanw 0|ierator.-i in 42 states. circular ing frcm Mr. A'jle. Mr. Middle r,a:d. [ The first meeting was held in Lit-i lie Rock. ! The or^aniation, the of itsi sort in the slate, will work in conjunction with the Slate Plant Board and has ndcptcd ihc nution- al asscciatiois's program in the control of u?sts. Mr. Alien added. Principal speaker at, the Saturday mecliili! was p.iuj Millar, secretary oj the State Plant Board, who inada recommendiilions for improving the issuing ni licenses to professional pest control men. California leads all oilier stales in the production of honey. S3 5 ?,&&£$ .^ . -^^Wf/rrS' ***** i£***r£ Though there may l}e many versions and differences of opinion about the "orig- in dI"''KIft % d of strawberry shortcake—it is stifl universally conceded to be one of the most delicious desserts. But it is unanimously agreed thctt the really fine \ coffee is "Cup-Tested" ADMIRATJON- tfiG superb complement to an equally superb dessert. ADMIRATION'S full, mellow flavor-its abundant richness — and its fragrant aroma are kept in a high tradition by the same experts who originated the famous ADMIRATJON blend. Only the finest coffees can give you this superior blend-and only the personally "Cup- Tested" ADMIRATION method can as. sure you the same unvarying quality^ package offer package. 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