The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1950 · Page 5
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1950 WUTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COUIUER NEWS THE NATION TODAY— Question of U.S. Aid to Formosa Goes Deeper Tfion Politics in Arguments in Nation's Capital WASHINGTON, Jan, G. (AP)—The Democratic-Republican dispute over the defense of Formosa goes deeper than just a political wrangle. It's part of the whole American dilemma in stopping communism. TJrs country preaches a philoso-+- cVlV/Mm?! fl^lTnnnnip ?n rho^P Wat °Y C1 " FomiOSn? The President It's dear thut If communism, which has an aggressive philosophy, can Rproad unchecked, then in time AmeiJca \viti ije an Island in a Cnmmunist world. i With its friends and allies turned into Communist cuemEps, the U.S. couldn't survive ngain-st the re.si ol the earth. So it has the problem of preventing that day's arrival. It could: 1. Use-military force, march into a country threatened internally or externally by communism, nnd set up its defenses there. 3. Or. as It has done in Western Europe and in Greece, it could send in economic nid or arms to help the government in power block communism. if it dtd the first, it could be ac- ci'sed of acting contrary to its professed philosophy of letting other peoples choose their own government. Truman Opposes Arming Formosa (On this one the U-5. could nrjuie (hat, on the contrary, it was helping preserve political freedom in the country it defended with arms by keeping out the communists.) If it did the second everywhere and every time there was a Communist threat, there'd be this problem: how long could the U.S. afford to subsidize the rest of the world without, collapsing? (The U.S. already Is running Into the red because of the money It's spending on national defense and help for Europe, That's costing flbnut Si 9,0110,000,000 no\\O Former President Hoover and Senator Taft of Ohio, two top Republicans, sflid only the other day they thought this country should keep Formosa from falling into tin Chinese Communists' hands, evei. if it meant using the U.S. Navy to dO 50. Yesterday, President Truman harpooned tin's idea by announcing F hanris-off policy toward Formosa an island off the China coast where Chiang Kai-Shek and his Nationalist, government, driven off tht mainland by the Chinese Communists, have holed up for a last stand Dilemma for Americans Eventually, it's expected the Communists will try to Like Formosa. Tf we sent naval forces there, I might discourage the Chinese Communists from crossing over—for the time being. When they gatherei more strength they might try to tnke Formosa — possibly with the help of Ritwinn bombers — even though that meant war with th U.S. But—Is the U.S. willing to go to Sa/t h Used to Free Ice-Bound Blackbirds PAGE PIV ; 'Mercy Slaying' Physician Enters Plea of Innocent OKLAHOMA, CITY, Jan. 6—</p) —Salt—by legend used to capture was being sprinkled on more than 100 Ice-bound blackbirds yesterday In an effort to set them free. The birds became ice-bound at I voice" to an indictment .MU-HIIIU Lake Overholser when falling mist | first degree murder in the so-I froze them (o the ground. I called mercy slaying of an incur- I Came rangers are feeding the able cancer nallcnt. MANCHESTER, N. H., J an . 6 _. 'j—Dr. Hermann N. Sander yes- I terday pleaded Innocent in a loud' Four Arkansas Mines Agree on Five-Day Week PORT SMITH, Ark., Jan. e-(,f, —District President Dave Fo-j-lti of the United Mine Workers srtici' ~~ " ~>h>"<i here last night lour more small! fcrcnce nnd security dinner here mines In Arkansas had signed new, have been postponed because of uiii,ufc condition of. the highways. They will be rescheduled Inter. American Legion Delays Meeting in Paragould LITTLE HOCK, J 3 It. l!_M'j_ State Commander Lee Ward, Pura- Boiild, announced today dial a 1 scheduled American for war. In a few years, If they can So the U.S. may have only a fe.. years—in which the Russians still are too weak for war—to take steps . to stop the spread of Communism. 1 But what will it do if. between now and then, the Russian and Chinese Communists, by pressure short of war, try to gobble up the st of Asia: Indonesia, French The Waghi Valley Is t mile-high plateau In New Guinea. Indo-China. 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Mrs. Doucet had tried many preparations without apparent beneficial results when she heard the glorious news about HADA"After taking several bottles of HAUACOL I felt like a new person," said Mrs. Doucet. "I eal anything I w.int without ill effects and sleep well. 1 (eel much stronger." Mrs. Doucet was suffering front a lack of B vitamins and the minerals which HADACOL contains. HADACOL comes to yoc in liquid form, easily assimilated in the blood stream so that it car MRS. DOUCET Will It pour In economic help? Or the protes! of defense counsel be arms for troops or what? Without cause of 'he presumption of In- some kind ol American help, those noccnce at this time places certainly will be under great I Dr. Sander stood erect and sliow- Communisl pressure, externally or Jed no emotion while Court ricrk internally, (Arthur S. Healy read the mc'jict- As more of the world goes com- menl charging the country doctor- mtintst, the U.S. will have to act. ••Felonious, wilfully and of his But how? That's the American malice aforethought did inject 10 dilemma. _..•-; ... eonUacts lo work five days a week. Fowler, whos? headquarters are nt Muskogee. Okla., said two are located at Allx and one each isl Branch and Denning. Five other companies signed new contracts with the union about l\vo 1 weeks ago. I ! Fowler said most of the Western Arkansas-Eastern Oklahoma miners .still Hre working three days a week. \ The district UMW president sittil j he had not noticed any unrest. ' | President John U Lewis ordered the Ihree-day week pending new contracts between union and Industry. ." j succession into the veins of Mrs Anbie Borroto, 59," his cancer nat- . ient. Negro Deaths Funeral services for tflnora Simpson, 34, were conducted at 1 p.m. today t tlw Ml, Myrla Kaptlst Church by Rev. O. w. 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