The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1946 · Page 5
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December 18, 1946

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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WKD.NKSDAY, DKCKMHHU 18, 19-10 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWB PAGEFIV* Coalition Move Urged for China Two Senators Demand U. S. Policy Change In the Far East. 11V AUSTIN' C'. WIIKKWKIN OJnilc-il Press Staff C'lirreslKmileiill WASHINGTON, Dec. 18. Twi iiiilors demanded today thut llv >iU>d Slates hull ils single-hand cd efforis lo end China's "incie^i sive eU'il war and turn the Jo over to a Bi;s Three conference ll11 dor chairmanship of Gen. C: Marshall. Wilji a plcii for a halt in Amcr ican aid Vo Generalissimo Chian Kai-Shek. Sens. James E. Muna> 1). Mont., and Ralph E. Flander li . Vt., proposed that the Unilc States, KussiH and liiiiain nice \\ith leadc:.'. of ah major Chines political factions lo lay foundatior for u coalition uovernment. They said the government sliotil woik within the framcwoil; of U United Nations and l>e led by Mai shall bx-au.sc of bis familarity wit Iht- situation in China. M-.usha as President Trumans persoi voy. ha.s been pressing for an mem between Chian}-; and Chine Communists. Atlcr [he conference completes i work, the senators said, the three pi/A'crs should "declare themselves out of Chinese politics." Murray • said he would introduce legislation • embracing the proposal if the ad-! H ministration failed to act. HA What is needed, they snid, is an ™i;ji>roac!i that would make China neither an American jior Russian satellite but a truly independent country freed of the authoritarian i ule of one party. The Murray-Flanders declaration was si«ncd also by four Far Eastern experts. They were Owen Lat- li«:ore. director of the Johns Hopkins University Page School of International Relations and a former at1vi:;or to Chiang; Harley F. Mc- Nuir, professor of Far Eastern history, Chicago University; K. H. Fisher, Hoover Library' of War. Revolution and peace, Stanford University: and Foster nhea Dulles. Ohio state University history professor. Warnm;; that the Chinese civil war threatened indefinite chaos and destruction, the statement said American military aid lo Chiang had s;;rcad an aiiii-American feel- in!.' among the Communists. "We cannot promote American ideas of democracy by giving exclusive support to one side or tiie other." Hie senators said The Communists, they added, "arc not rcscivinit Rnfsian supplies," | but have succeeded in ca]lttiring enough American equipment from Chiang's nationalists "to maintain and perhaps even increase the vigor of their resistance." M irray rejected any suggcstiot th?A Chians \vo\ild become another Hussian •--satellite if the United States did not fully support Chiang. This, lie said, -'is a malicious distortion ami the same Bolshevik bogey ;:'.cd by Hitler to divide the. v-orki." This Friendship May Cost $300,000 George Raft, movie "tough guy. is pictured with nelly Doss, h) .year- old film starlet, at Hollywood rave track. Atunney Edward ilnlilcii, cliarginu that Rnfl beat him up when lie sought to make th.. ,ietor return some jewelry to Miss Doss, is .sihtig Rait and three co-netend- ants for a total if $300.000. <NEA Tclcplioto.) Nanking Communists Criticize Truman-Byrnes Policy on China NANKING. Dec. 18. — . The ConinuinEsL rsuiio Ycnnn bitterly a Hacked President nian and Secret nry of Sfnto James j Byrne.s for allegedly aiding nnd — i nan said they confirmed "British comment ihat Truman is the highest eomimindcr direcling ; Kai-shek's civil war." In a discussion of liyrttcs" speech before the United Nalions Awicmb- reconlly, Venan said Una U tin .'ecretary of stale were taken a his. word, it would mean that th< presence of American fences ii China was wood for that country. If this iTjisoniiiK «'erc followei out. the bi'oadcast added, it wouli be a [i lloc l cxeuso for .sendhiu 110011 to other indr'penrtcr.t The broadcast salt icmoci'acy :ind independence coul given by the u. S, to Chinese of- | mmc u , china only U peaeefi supporting tlic Nationalists in China's civil wnv. A sharply-worded broadcast crit- ici?Pd TriHiuin for awarcliiicr Kim- inintan;; gcncrnLs victory medals >ti the midst of the current strife nnd accused Byrnes or making EIM »lj" smxl ratinn;iliv:atioii (.o explain the presence of U. S- troops in China. The criticism of Truinau presumably referred to decorations ficcrs active in Bunnii jn the 1 war against the JapancbCJ Commciitlne on the award*, Yc- countries of tin 1 world insist on t withdrawal of and cessation ol S. aid to the civil war. Xaines Add Coli»r LAS \T3GAS. Nov. (UP)—Business lirtns in this old frontier town believe in hnviny their nrw buildings not only include the flavor c 4 " the region by their urchticc'.lire t and construction but by retaining old \veslcrn nnines. Five of the most colorfully named buildings recently established here arc named Old West. Hotel, Kit Carson Club. 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