The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 18, 1947
Page 2
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1047 China Urges U. S. | To Extend Policy • General Chiang Asks | Activation of Funds For Assisting Asiatics BY It. 11. SHACKFOIU) UnltrKjl'rjss stuff Corrcyiwmlcni) ' WAijH.jjfcrrON, j m)c )S (U p) _ QeneralissTmo Chiang Kai-Sheks Chinese government urgently |>ies>- e'rt the United States toclav to "activate" air earmarked $510.0:0,003 loan for China and lo extend tlK> "Marshall plan" for economic hch) to Asia. J .This <tevelc|>mcnl came as 111? I State Department pave close at- j Itnlion lo nhtish-Fmifh efforts I In Paris to devise n formula uml'r I which Europsaii countries cou'd I submit an overall economic program 1 to Ihe U. S. 'The Unilecl States also waitc-t nnxiouslv for Russia's ren!y lo the British-French invitation to join iii the project urecd by Secrelar.- I of state Georec C, Marslmll. Tim I ojilv word from Moscow thus fay I was Pravda'.s denuncinlion of -Marshall's suggestion a..- the Truman I Doctrine in new clothing. ' Chineo,, Ambassador V. K. Well- I Incton Koo nresenl'vi Chiang's lal- I anneal lo the U. s. for finan- I clai hnl|>. He conferred for more I than BO minutes Into yestevdnv with I Undersecretary ol state William I,, I Clnyton. Before the meetinc he I told reporters "there i s p'cntv of room for pxnanding the Marshall | pV»r to Asia." : Koo talked with Clayton about: .- I. Openinn American - Chinese I talks next week for settlement, n? I China's Sl.SOOOOO.OM lend-lcase bill I as well n.s the .<-5m.OCO.000 lo:in (AUK.)' COUK1EU NEWS Beauty Award Winners in Qsceola PAGE THREB ., nii'de ik. Chiim in 1942. C^ftm's demands for reparations 2. I in Jananese a share and in- Thn cxporl-iinrnrf. Innk's new I SSflfl.non.ODO loan wliich has he"!) I earmarked for China for two years IbnL not released because of China'.; I failure to attain internal peace nir.l I political unity. I The export-import bank loan px- Ipires June !0. milesq extended by Icongrcs, or used. Th- virospc-H 1 were that an extension of the I deadline mav he forthcoming and I that some of it may be activated I in view of Chiang's recent inclu- Ision in tile government of minor- litv pnrtv representatives, allhou'ih 1 not the Chinese Communists. (Columbian Head j In Trouble |With New 'Forty' ATLANTA. Ga.. June IB. (UP) — | Homer tocmis. jr., forrhcr I'rincc- ;ton University student on bail M- I'iwniling an appeal from prison .scn- .tcnces in cases involving the ran-; hating Columbians ran into new I police diff'ijties today as he an- Vnonnccd o%ani?.ntion of his nc-.v I Apolitical party to ''riplift the worh- 1 Ingman at the expense of rich | men. niggers and jews." Lootnis broke n lengthv .silence I following his Convictions on chn; I gcs of riot aiui njirissng police I powei'.s lo conouct an open air meet- 1 hrg at a vacant lot. Police the! no'i ] interfere with Ihe meeting -but [booked him on charges of operating 1 a sound truck without a license. Lootnis said that he wanted le "Save America" by putting into uf> I ficc "people intere.sled in the welfare of the workingman." INDEPENDENT GARAGE MEN We now have a largo * stock of new Chevrolet engines and block as- semblies. \ Get all you need now J ' • i 1 ' ! while we can give you \ ' ' i ' 11 maximum discounts.! LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. Five Acquitted In Beating of Negro Woman MKHY, Ala, Juno i« (Ul'l — lUillock Comily titieriff Josepli !,. I'ickelt and tour co- defendnni.s \ v ,.|r iicmilUed today (in chniBe.s dl conspiracy to violate Ihe civil rlKlils ol Miirtln, McMillun of Union K|irlii(!.s, Ala., wife o( a Ni'Bl'O IliijUlsl minister, anil purl- Itnie maid. The ilelcndants were fouud innocent ninht after :i Ihivc-iliiy U. S. Ulsltici court iHMrlnn in which Ihe ncyress cliiimcd she wus sei'/.ed Horn i u -r liome nml flounecl lo force her u> confess In the theft of $300 win-Ill of jcwi'hy from hoi- employer's home. Uesides Plckelt, lhc nll-whlU* federal grand Jury treed HcnoHU I O. cook, bis wile, Mis. Margiuet Oix'cii Cook, and her two brothers, Verrell and Comer R (ireen. The Meiiin imd worked us n maid for Mrs Cook. Hbe Imd lestltlcd lhal I'ickcii. Verrell -Cirri-n, am Cook forced h ( . r from her hii'ne a', pistol point and carried her to L Union springs jail on Ihe nli'.lu jl Sepl. 5. Miss Mnrjoi-ic Mayo (cenler> will rrpicsenl, Osccola in the Miss Ail;.i 2] and 2C, where the state winner will ije. sel.x:lcd at (he annual meeting Men's Clubs. Mary Louise Ashmore was selected first allernaH-, and Mis:; second alternate. The Osccola contest was couil'icted last Wednesday i>y cue n.'ia.s contest In Helen: 1 . Jun D| thr: linst ArkaiLSit Youni Viruinia ' Bcwcn of Lnxorr Juvceco in that ciiy. Nicola Seeks to Resign High Office in Italy HOMK, .nine IH. i Ul'l— Kiirin) <li •Jicoln, 70. judvlslonal president o taly, has expic.sse<l a desire to re. sign as soon as possible lor veil ;ons of hi'allh, thus threalenin he £cmtre of the new noti-C'OAimu list govcrmneni. DC Nlcula a<lvlscd I'rcmler Al clde de Clasped of his wish lo re sign when the premier called upo I'.m to slim ii decree prolonging lit life of Ihr assembly unlll the en of the year, , is hubby huffy 7 far bijcuits fluffy: fk ^i-THE ^Dainty COOKING .FAT Ms Wonderful! /tree Crewmen Injured n Freight Train Wreck A1.C11IKKN, Vn,, June 18. <U[>)- oiX-nieii cli'iired I rucks lo<lay ol llnlcrcd frelRhl ears domolishOil a collision In which Ihrco cru\v 'inljers were hijuri'tl. The accident airrrd last nlghl. Hlxtcen frelishl cars were 'les- oycd and eight other.s were dc- r«H«! where (he trnckx of the Vfr- i;lnlan R H llwny cross the Setboard Hnllwny. 'Hie Injured crew mem ben of *'"> Vli-|;li)lan were Identified us F. H Enhnntc iho bride's gracious table will, bcauhful addilional pieces in gleaming lustrous s.lvorplato. Choose from o fine salec- lion of cxquisilc pallcrns at lower prices lo compliment her silver service. COVERED VEGETABLE DiSH 15.00 Just the right gift to bo used (or serving vegetables ond meat cfishes en casserole. City Radio -Service- Dial 2407 For Exr*rt Hepnlrs , 324 East Main SL Felix A. Carney COMPLETE TEA SERVICE hy INTER.\ATH>.\Ar, f-,tn f\n .SII.VMH 240.00 This lovely sel.incluues tco pol, sugar bowl, creamer and beaulilully chased Iray. BON BON DISH 4.50 A stunning, accoralive caady dish Ihc bride will be proud to own ond use. CANDLE STICKS -, :! ,ir 26.40 Twin candleslicks lo lend an old worM charm to table, buffet or niantlepiccc. SUGAR BOWL and CREAWER 9.00 Dalnlily designed sugar DOV^I, creamer ond Iray. Very smart on the coffee table. CharRC U al No Kvlvi Cost No Interest—-No (arryi'i; Charge WELl and TREE PLATTER 2T.OO lovoly well and Ireo plattef for serving sandwiches, pastry or fruit. DHEIFUB isil tin-1 In-; . . . \ llfi UtST MAN STr OPEN A CONVENIENT PAYMENT'ACCOUNT ICE COLD! Watermelon Red Ripo and Delicious Blytheville CURB MARKET 1.'id K. niifin 'IMiDnc D7.'( Klrtiy, Fireman J. Jaduon* tM lirukcinati M. S. Harris, of Victoria, Vi. fiend Courier News Went NOTICE We shall continue to close Wednesday afternoons this summer and every summer hereafter. The New York Store A PENNEY Bargain is Always Price+Qualify A barpain is n uood |i!cce of inerthunilise. al it price lhat's l,OW for its QUALITY. In what you GKT for wlml" you 1'AV lhal makes a IViini!)- Ijurgnin. . (..lien)*, nliodiiy (luff is never n bargain, no nuttier liow Htllc it coJli you. We wonliln'l ^ivc it liotiscrooiu liero at IVnncyV 'riiroiij;li tliick ami lliiu wu'vu stuck tu this: it must be GOOD and, l-OW-l'HICKl) lo be » bar K niii! Tlwt'a wliy our customers belie.vo in us. l.ikc us, they're luirj-wo'rk- ing Aincricuiu who won't •luml'for liuy dolluri.. . IM;\\FV wo UK SI:TS SLASHED TO NKW LOW! S h i r t or Pants \Vc nil lhc price for Iwo reasons: no Jl;i]is on llic shirt jiockcls—no t'.uffi on lhc |);iii1s. In every oilier vviiy they niiilt'h or heller ANY wink set st'lliii|j; fur over :i ilolhir mure! 'fake iinutliiT Iiink at I his price—are Iwo little fhi|>s iind Iwo purely (U'l'iirntive cuffs worlli lhc (lifference? 'J'liink (if il—such HIG feulnres ;is .S;mfomeilt Armyl}'(>e Iwill . . . viit-dyed sun tan shiiilu . . . iiiici lini-d (for sli»|te) dress-type, colliir,. . . Graduated I'lillems for iill-uvcr fil—lit thi* I.O\V price! Stuck KJ> now! ^Sliriii^nEe \vill nol cxrccil 1%, 1'nceil Lower Ihan Kvcr! Weed-End Case $7 Dras(io;illy reduced, now hofoi'i; vai:!iltons! Wfilur lirool' I'ynixylin coalnd I'iiiivas t'livci'ing.s. with siiiarl. Klnrdy Icalhor Ijiiidint'! Handy 21" sine! Boys' Sanforized Wash Slacks. Tough doeskins and twills with xippor. $3 Down Go Trices on Sling I'timns 2.98 \\ r o'vc rcpricwl llicsc just at the time when you need .them most! Kcd, ixwclcr blue, yellow and fuschia i'abi'ics set on' a comfy coi'k- aiul-rubbei' platform. Mens Wash Pants Of sturdy cotton and i-aypn sanfori/cd 3.98 Women's Eyclctt Blouses 1.98 (\n outstanding Penney /nine. Cool, eyelet batiste in beautiful . pastels or white. Two' styles to choose from. 32-38.;. ; Men's T-Shirt* Cool white cotton, easily :aundercd. 69c

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