The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 17, 1946
Page 5
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TUHS1MY, Dl'X'KMBKK 17, 10-10 BI.YTHKVIU.K (AUK.) COUIUKR NEWS U.S. May Review Argentine Policy Ambassador to Make Trip Home to Plead For Liberal Attitude iiy M:J-; NICHOLS |l'nHi'il Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON. Dee. 17.—Unl'.rU Slates policy toward ArynHina, [Speared headed for a thorough ^c\v ioday with the icv^UtUm r Ambassador George Messor- fsinith is soon returning to Wash- Aulhorilalive sources said Mcs- t'lMnith hn<i asked lo come home I from liuenos Aires for his reaiui I a tul that Secretary of State James ll- 1 . JJyrnes had approved his :e-. |t|iic',st. I Observers believed Mes-sersnuili I would laki' the opportunity to dJs- r ( major policy issues :uul. ;L bio. reconcile the di t I apiHTnu-hes lo the Argentine prob- llem reported to exist between him land Assistant Secretary of Stat/i I -S]nuille uraden. . •Should McKsiTsmith fail to I Jirhir-ve a i-i-coiu-iliution. it ,ii»p'jao- j <'d ])i).ssible tluit either her cr' | Htatlcn wonki resign, I llcports have been circulating I fHt.'ly here tliat Messersm^h is al (jdJs with Brtiden on th-: a ill- I luclf Lh(" U- S. should display to- I war<J Arycniinc! President Juan D. 1 Perun. TMp.'.sersJiiith is represented as . r ing n more .sympaUiriic <.p| : ach to i-cron would best lur- Vier the cause of heinltpiiorc liolidiii'iLy. Me lepnriedly \vanls I lie U. t>. to cnier into a hemisphere detensc p.u:t with I'eion now arid supply him with arms. HLTKh-u, with the public .siippoit o[ J'reside nl Truman and Bynin.s, t':i5- h!-i'n insisthiK that Argon!;na fulfill its promise to s;ct rid el Axis influences before :i pa it can be signed, Ki lends of Mcsscrsmith s.iv he has bL-cninu \vnuif;hL up jver op- prjMiion from Washington .\;i"l by critical reports of his dealings wit h Pcron by sonic American' ncwf<[>;i])er correspondents^ j He hL:,s been writing lotig Ittt'jrs to [rieiid.s in America explaining liis position nnd nv^Sn^ sympatny from thu Stale Department, it was said. | These [""lends believe Aless^r- sinitli wants lo conic back and lay his rnrds on the table, hoping tht'rer.y to win official backla.; bt his .so-called "milder" approach lo Some pronTinent American businessmen, notably Shipbuilder Andrew J. HtRgins. also have uri'cn a milder altitude toward Peron. In addition former Undcrso.;rfit«"vy ol Htntc Sumni»r Welles lias, been insisting that -the U. S. -cease : A-nut he calls "interference'' in th.; a!fairs of a fi-ieiuily nation. Golden Rule Awards Announced by Palmer TKXARKANA, TcX . Dec. 17. lUPl —Frit :ik Iv Biuklialter. former clmirman of the Journalism department of Baylor University, has been named the winner of the MGCQ prize awarded by the Palmer ^ 1-\Mir.datkm for the best outline ol program lo fo.stcr the principle of tJie Golden Rule. The Palmer Foundation was ori- lUiiivted and .endowed by C. 15. Palmer. South Arkansas newspaper publisher. A second award of $50} was given to Charles M. Rcinoehl, cmcn- l;i:i iivofc-s:;or of education at the University of Arkansas, The awards v.ere ji'nnounccd b v H. W. Stihvcll. RujjrrJnlendcnL of Tcxarkatia schools uiui president of ihe fomidalion. PAGE Easy Lessons •s Peggy Welsh of Philadelphia, former No. 1 woman player in Middle States, takes over .ns tennis pro at Coral Beach Club, Hamilton, Bermuda. here. His brother, Fred M. 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