The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1948 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 20, 1948
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THURSDAY. MAY 20, 1JMR Kai-Shek Urges Jap Recovery Chinese President 4 Soys No Excessive Demands to Be Made By Kobert Clurnun (United Press Staff Correspondent) NANKING, May 20. i UP| —Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek said today in Ills inaugural address as president that cjiiiin would not make excessive demands agalns'l Japan when the peace treaty is signed. "Within the limits set by the Allied powers," he said. "Japan should be allowed to rebuild her economy so her common people may be assured of a means of livelihood " He said this policy would not be "construed as a sign of weakness." "On the contrary." he said, "reasonable magnanimity points the I road to attainment of our lofty Ideals." Ranking diplomats of 34 nations. government officials and hundreds of invited guests witnessed the core- mony in the National Assembly that made China's greatest hero since Dr. Hun Yat-Sen the country's first chief executive under the new constitii- '«»F 1 ' Gen. Li Tsung-Jen, wlio was .-worn In as vice president, pledged reforms in China's domestic, life. Military and civilian organization.* paraded through the vain-drenched nationalist capital as thousands thronged the streets. Huge red dragons and multi-colored lanterns added color to the celebration. Has Confidence in l!\ T The. president reiterated China's confidence in the United Nations. But he cautioned that "relations among the Allied Powers had de- And Never Darken My Courtroom Again BLVTHKVir.LR (AHK.) COURIER NEWg Evicted, and al such a tender age, too CoUrt, points the way out to Minnie were loo many for Judge David \V. b'iUGibbon, of Ibe Si. Louis. Mo., Munlcipnl and lier latest oltsprins. Minnie's Iliiee tillers in 1C months Hie Municioal Courts Building to house. Lackey Urges Complete Use Of Resources state bors cneni An South to Proceed With Educational Plan for Negroes JACKSONVILLE. Flu.. Mny 20 — iyi>i_aov. Mlllard CnWwcll n( Marian jiroml.seil j-Mtcnlny (lie Bo\it)i would sn iilipnd will) Us ivKlunul riluciuloii ptmi w im or wltliovil Ilic support of Congress He rulmttlMl Ihe recent. SeimU- i'fcjil «[ R'i>laiinl riiinnnct bill tfiontly liimrtkiippeil (In; proiiram »f Iccluiiciil nnd |!iofc.M!oiinl wliools Jointly (InniirKl l>y South- rrn siiiu-s. llDwcvor, Culdwell said, ollii'r luranni'ini-nts will lu> iniulc lo the slunilimls or higher cilu- r.'Mion. Somliom .stiites ndoptcil it plnn of r.sinlillsliini: scpunue collrnes [or wtiilc niul Ncttro sliulcnls whli-h Individual Mutes would not be uble PILES TROUBLE? For Quick Relief IWV'f l,ri..lV ANV I.OXCKH1 Nn. . lo finance alone. He said the council on regional education will begin June 1 a $11)0,- OOfl survey of educational facilities lo determine what the South Ims and needs for both while and! NcKi'o sluilenls. Ho Ililnks It mi-' likely thtU the campart hill will be revised (his session. Imt thinks It will be approved next year. No Snapping Allowed ALEXANDRIA, Va. iUl'j ~ The wioiiii nniuinl Invitational sweep- slnkes will !» run here May 31 and there will be no snapping at the' post. Tlie entrants arc turtles, tcr- I lolscs or terrapins lint the Judges 1 ' have ruled no siiapjwrs. Last yc:ir 11 smipjwr In Die floUl ol 63 nearly ' B')l a judBc's thumb. PACTS THKEM PIN-miMS i r*Ki ,„ there's , , , . utual ™ |°- ™°J' c ' latl ?n suspicion," he said. >> C °P' C »« greatly dis- NASHVILLE. Tenn.. May 20. (UP) —'Die executive director of the Arkansas Resources and Development Commission said today an adequate conservation program should include the "development and proper j exploitation" of every resource lo result in the greatest ultimate benefit lo all the people. The Resources Board chief, Hcn- drlx Lackey of Little nock, made | Ihe statement in a report presented : to the third annual conference of , the Association of State Planning io foster the growth of truly demo- '"I" "*"*', ,, ,. crntic forces in Japan so there could' '' acke > - loltl l" e delegates lo the be a genuine change in that na-' confcrence he believed a state's (ion's political and social sys t cms I B r ™est resource was its people and and In the thoughts of the Jap- I aatlcci Ulat lhe entire "proRram of anese people with a view to up- I consei 'vaiion should be oriented in rooting Japanese militarism." I tlle P" bllc interest." But, he added. China sufTcred 1 He sa 'd "">t I" "wasteful ex- Japanese aggression for more than I p'oitation we have lost forever some QJjfit years and had lo ask "the' 0 ' OU1 ' m(>s t valuable resources." Witer powers to recognize that she } Tl!e >' ca n be regained, he added, only was entitled to a special position [through maximum development of when the Japanese peace terms were |"human potentials." decided." j Lackey .said states should develop — __ j programs based on their individual Arkansas Democratic Women's Club Elects must cooperate with Its neigh- said, would be one which would i 'i«'t! and svlth the federal govern- ! conserve human resources, soil, for- j .* |u '''; tests, minerals, wild lire und water I '"""< adequate slate Procrain. lie resources. [ " ru> „ ,,„„. ,.„, needs and emphasized that LITTLE . — (UP)—The j Little Rock, first vice-president- ROCK, Ark.. May 20.' Mf s. Floyd Barham. Port Smith, •- - entire slate of of- second vice-president,; Mrs Jerry fleers of the Arkansas Democratic ' LcMarr. Fayetteviilc third vice- Women's Club was back in office j President; Mrs. N. J. McColJum, ', again..,today. 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