Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 19, 1952 · Page 16
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 19, 1952
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(6 NMTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Foycttcvilk, Ariuiw. Thurulay, Jun* 19, No End To Costly Indochina War Seen; Reds Hit And Run i Indochina-i/h 1! you w ti know when the war in Asia--Hint ' Union forces ngolr.;' nist-lert Vietminh (n I ii going to end, eonrMl crystal ball. You'll ;:et ( tho Fir answer Tli lire there hope of . intervention by Hed Cnina. coulri . KO ' · 'or in.'iny yrnrs to Lome. j That might he hard for the . a - .. c...i In understand. I He knows the United jiaK-:; if : pominjf hundreds of tn'.ihons of : dollars w o ' t h of I'liuipinem and for supplies into Indochina, lie know;, rlijcillior side. Thr hitler .;'. UKKlc be-! the French have fishlcrs. u- ; twrcn (he armies of Mosrow- ; C rs. hciivy artillery and e-.crythinc - · ( t r a i n e d 11" Chi Mmii Ihe . lnt , v need lo win a war. The Viet- .·ii i Krench Union already has draK- m | n h ri K ht w jih machine RUMS, is accurate 11:0d_on far six yror»_.i.ul barring grenades, rifles and pistols. AI_ --- i thnufth supj)lied by the Chinese ! CJomniunif,tK, they don't have the ( modern equipment lo wane, a / class war. BUY YOUR TELEVISION Front a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP 41 E. CENTER ST. PHONE 21 OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 8 P.M. TIRE SALE SAVE WITH SAFETY NOW PRICES CUT 4 DAYS ONLY II95 13 45 II. / VX b.00-76 \\J.'-T\J 6.70-13 Phi r.J.rol r« and your o/J In. EVERY OUNCE FIRST QUALITY' FULL NON-SKID DEPTH-FULL TREAD WIDTH-FULL SIZE RIVERSIDE Siio 6.40-15 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 1.00-15 6.70-16 AIR CUSHIONS Tiro Prico* 13.25 13.45 15.45 17.25 18.95 13.7S Tub. Pric«+* 2.35 2.70 2.10 2.95 3.50 2.75 RIVERSIDES 6.50-15 6.00-16 6.50-16 rOR OLDER 15.75 11.95 16.25 CARS 2.70 2.40 2.75 Wvi f*4. Jot on4 yout old lit*, *«fl\ii fW. Fo«. ONLY 10% DOWN ON TERMS SALE ENDS SATURDAY Ihey'ic satisfied w j t n things the way they ;nc. They're- lyiiK* up 276,000 French 1 Union troop.s which Kn'ince badly need. 1 ; tn .supplement hc-r contribution in NATO in Europe, They're t'.mnn the United Styles lo send almost a billjun dolJars of war a. 1 ;- .· istani'c to Indui-hina that mi«ht '.vcii be used elsewhere. | Tiio Vietfnir.h -- territorially .-pt-akinr;--.r(.n! rnl rno^t of Viet .Num. Out of Viet Nam's LTJ.UUU.. fffit) ponplr; there an: l.'J.UUU.UOO in Virtminh-;:rr!fl territory. Why. don't the- Krf-nch just fan out, anrl f.larl i-lcarins all «f A'orlh j Tonkin r»f tlm Vietrninli'.' The answer r: th.'it the Krr-nrh first must. ' Miako f.eftire v:hal t:i(-y now hove ! left in Knrihern Indot-hirin---the t vav.l, sprav/linfi, rice-Red River j delta. That's their lone bnr.lion o f ; dr-fenpf nfjainst the tide of t'nm- ,' iniininm in Southeast Asia. I Tiv-nrh Trying Hard | In the delta today, the French rilimato there arc jjroijabjy 7,000 Virtniinh rri;ular troops, many regional baltnlinns and fjuerrilln units adding up lo as many as rvt.OOO men. /ill of must be wiped out, or driven out. before the French t can think of venturing forth for a showdown battle with the five or 'more Vietminh divisions outside the delta. 1 The French are trying hard. \ 'They've killed, captured or wound-/! , cd tens of thousands of Vietminh ; 'so far this year in a series o f ' "nif-p-un" pushes. j A careful, verified check of en- j 1 cn',y casualties shov.-s IMC- Vict- minh have lost, in round figures, | 3(1,000 killed, Hi.OOO raptured and KMn wounded since last Decem- | her I, French losses have averaged i one-fifth of these totals , All this is helpful but it hasn't j kept the Vietminh out of the delta. ·. More Vittminh seem to pop up as | fa:;t as their comrades are killed i or captured. week with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gentry. Mis.s Caroline Sue Salisbury of FayettevJllc is visiting her grand- paients, r ; V. and Mrs. Lake Tarter. She i.i Etlendinfi vacation Bible selicol. Bud CHI ver will le:we Saturday for C'!ovi;i, J-, 1 . M. He id in advanced R.O.T.C. aviation training il Stillwater, Okla., and the train- ing he receives this summer a t ' The new German government at Clovis will be in connection with 3 0nn operates in an enclave sep- his training this fall at Stillwater. ara icd from any state much like ' " I !hc American District of Colum-- Ad.-«Hi»p In the TIMES--It cays. J bia. West Fork NEED A NEW ROOF? ASBESTOS SIDING? No Money Down Easy Monthly Payments DrKE LUMBER CO. 308 St. Charlw Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Phillips ' went to Kureka Springs Sunday i ·n a picnic. : Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Il.-.nn of | Ii win, Texas, were guests in the , home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shacp,! Tuesday. ! Miss Henry McKnight is In! Tulsa, Okla., where she will spend ' I Black areas in Indo-China map; I (above) locate principal centers o f ; Communist - supported Vielmlnh rebels. (International) A Hit And Run War Why don't the Krci ch launch a lull-scale offensive and try to force a decision. There's a good answer in n single sentence: There; isn't any front in Indochina. This is a "hit and run" v.'ar. The Victminh a t t a c k French or Viet military posts, villages or towns, when they think they have the defenders outnumbered and see a chance of a t]uicl;, . local victory. They floe In t h e ; mountains the moment they know j French reinforcements ;nc a n i v - , ing for a showdown battle. ; This is a war of fast movement. There are no trenches. There's no front. So how can the French win the v/ar when they can't comer enough of (he Vii.timnh lonuI enough to force a battle of deci- ; sionV ! On the other side of the picture, : the Viciminh can't win, either. They lack the modern equipment to put on a big .show. They .studiously avoid committing any larpr number of forces against the j French. j Red* Tie UP Troops : The Victminh migM figure NOW -- AFTER LAST NIGHT'S SHOWING OVER 50 FROM FAYETTEVILLE AGREE MOST BEAUTIFUL PICTURE EVER FILMED THtRIVtR TECHNICOLOR HUDSON REPAIRS A SPECIALTY See BOB HALL for a Free Estimate on this Popular Car. 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