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Land Route to China
Can Be Reopened,
Stilwell Declares
By FRESTON GROVER,
Associated Press Correspondent.
NEW DELHI, Feb. i.—Fresh from
& visit to the Ledo front in Northern
Burma, Lt. Gen. Joaeph W. Stilwell
told a presa conference yeaterday
i that the reopening of a land route to
(China was a workable job and that
the Chlneae and Americans were
fighting well to make it ao.
; Asked whether the Chinese and
Americans are co-operating well,
[Gen. Stilwell replied, “they have
been associated together for lt
months. They have been killed to
gether. Naturally they co-operate.”
Gen. Stilwell conceived the project
of building a road through the North
! Burma Jungle to connect with the
old Burma land route which former
(ly began at Rangoon, now in Japa
neee hands.
The general said the road would
work and that critics who had said
it would be impossible to build a
highway through the India-Burma
jungle had seen the "impossible” ac
complished. He declined to discuss
how big a force it would support
when lt was built or when lt would
be finished.
A reporter commented that lt was
“presumed” that the road was de
signed to .support a land movement
aimed at recapturing a workable
port on the China coast.
After a brief pause Gen. Stilwell
answered, “this is a start on an at
tempt to reopen communications
with China.”
Taro on the far right flank of the
Ledo operation was captured on
January 30 after the Chinese had
killed a considerable number of Jap
anese, and the Chinese Infantry are
jnow some distance ahead of the
.road building gangs.
Asked about the morale of the
Japanese, Gen. Stilwell said, “you
i have to kill them to get them out of
! their holes. They are tough and
| they are good soldiers.” He said the
(Chinese tactics were to shell the
enemy's strongpoints if possible, and
then come in from behind and ruah
them.
Asked how many Japanese pris
oners have been taken, Oen. Stilwell
replied, "two, and they were
wounded.” ,
I Soldiers' Home Damaged;
1 Arkansas Asks U. S. Aid
■» th« A«»oci»t»d PreM.
LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Feb. 3.—
The State of Arkansas, with the
reported support of Donald M.
Nelson, WPB chairman, planned
today to seek congressional compen
sation for alleged damages to the
Arkansas Confederate Home in
bauxite-drilling operations.
The Confederate Home Board
and Arkansas Bauxite Commission
authorized Gov. Homer M. Adkins
last night to seek an appropriation
for damages after they were told
that the institution at nearby Sweet
Home had been damaged beyond
repair by tests for bauxite ore in
the 30-acre grounds. Gov. Adkins
said Mr. Nelscgi had agreed to sup
port the State’s claim because the
testa had been made at the instance
of the WPB.
Births Reported
Sj;"1" »“ * M*rearn ChsdW girt,
John snd^Antoln.tt. CifalUli, boy. ;
Sfttan Vn„dd
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Vi Helen Fleischer, boy.
James and Rosemary Freyer. boy.
‘J** ®u**« Gate*, boy.
Randolph and Mary Hefln. bor.
Gerald and Gladys Henson, boy.
i*"les ‘nd Mildred Holt girl.
®,ert ahd Mildred Howard, girl.
Lloyd and Verdi* Jenkins, girl.
Howard and Imogens Johnson, girl.
: Robert and Mary Jones, girl.
3rm^^d *J?d Tereaa Kasulke. boy
; William and Margaret Kershaw, boy.
Mm„„,2d,.DorE!hT Himkall. boy.
i »1lon,*,!>d H*kina Kyho*. boy.
i Frederick and Martha LtNeave. boy.
! CL*11!1 *nd Myrtle Longo. boy.
Chtrlei and Margaret Mattingly, boy.
d«.Th'1?,1 Mattingly, boy
Lorin gnd Edna Michael, girls, twlna.
Andrew and Mart Moore, girl.
Lloyd and Marian Nelson, boy
Anthony and Sonia Obrdlik, girt.
John and Isabelle O’Neill, boy
John and Rosemary Parish, girl
Carman and Elizabeth Fasouale. boy.
Ernest and Gladys Fatten, boy.
George and Joyce Powell, boy.
John and Frances Rets, girl.
Raymond and Kathlene Reid, boy
I«roy and Dorothy Richardson, girl.
Valento and Esparanta Sandoval, boy.
Leslie and Jessie Snowden, girl
Herbert gnd Helen Swsrthout. boy.
Bsrzlllls and Leano Thrift, boy
Sherman and Mattie Windsor, airl.
Nicholas and Elvira Woods, girl.
H«5"t *n<l Mary Wyckoff. girl.
Adolph and Henny Ziese. boy.
William and Theresa Carroll, boy.
Hubert and Mary Davis, girl.
Clarence and Carrie Huger, girl
George end Lucretig Walker, boy.
Deaths Reported
Alice H Jordan 89. 1028 Newton at. n.e.
Mary A. Gaudelet. 87. 3017 Rodman at.
n.w.
Madella J. Brook*. 84, 808 X at n.e.
John Molumby. 87. 11 R st ne
Enne C. Johnson. 79. 1021 Otis at. n e.
Mary G Wood, 79. Btonejelgh Courts.
Charles A. Hedekin. 78. Bethesda, Md
Samuel L Hilton. 77. 2152 L at. n.w.
Mary E. Noyes. 77, 708 Yuma gt. a.t.
Margaret A Toner. 76, 4214 3rd gt. n.w.
Jennie Woodward, 76. 209 llth at. n.e.
Lincoln O. Copeland, 74. 6112 3rd at. n.w.
Columbia McConchle. 74, 817 C at. a.w.
Lydia V. Pumphrey, 73. 5719 3rd pi. n.w.
William W*r<f 73. 807 8th at. n.w.
Harfy Hanfcack, 71, 1527 Massachusetts
John L. Schulte, 71, Washington. D. C.
John Nelson. 7 0. Lone Island, N. Y.
Pietro Lazzarl. 69. 1827 Bay at. ae
Charles ^A. Johnson. 68, 1928 Calvert
Suzanne Norton. 64, 1450 Harvard at. n.w.
Herbert S Slegler, 61, Tgkoma Park, Md.
Bessie E. Ross. 52. 227 18th st. a.e.
Johanna L. Bendl. 33. QaUlnger Hoapital.
SJi1/ Hyattsville, Md.
Infant Donald Sesler, 3 months, 434 Fair
mont st. n.w.
Mildred F Miller. 63. 1372 North Carolina
ave. n.e.
i Andrew J. Leals. 61. Washington, D. C.
Estelle Yancy. 58. 917'i Barry pi. n.w.
Maegie Bell. 55. 415 Temples ct. I.W.
I James L. Middleton. 51, 1017 7th st. a.e.
Edith Monk. 26, 32 P st. n.e.
; Lorenzo Hinton. 18. 1825 18th at. n.w.
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