The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1946 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 19, 1946
Page 16
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f'ACE SIXTEKN BLKTHEVILLE (AUK.) COUUIKR NKWS U.S. Not to Boss Chinese Affairs President Restates Policy and Hopes for Far Eastern Unity WASHINGTON, Dec. 18. (UP) — President Truman yesterday promised that this country would not Interfere in interim) Chinese nt- falrs, but would ••persevere" in an Jorie Hale, Ann McLeod. Boljblc effort to help the chlnse people' Fa ye Mtchlrl, Ruth Scay. DJck toward Internal peace and econom-l Willlnms. Jack Horner, Wniulri ic recovery. Barhnni, I'atsy Travis, Ntnry Moi- Mr. Truman expressed "deep re- gnu, noseinnry Johnston, c. O. gret' that China has not yet Redman, Shirley King, Caroll achieved unity "by peaceful inclh- Evans, Mary nail. ods." I Anitn Sykcs. Donna Bolinnnon, But he said, ''we arc ready to A idcn Ferguson. Elwyn Culdwcll, help Cliina as she moves toward E( | n!1 Ro rt ge rs. Ov/en Harrison, peace and genuine democratic gov- George Po i locki Gay Garrison, I Hetty Atkins, Jim Lancashire. Pai'tlow, Boblw Mullen, ««» Thomp.Jn. Nancy in China, said In a SflM-ttWd - Ja ™ ™«chm««i. nan • • ll. Blllle Jane Rodgera, Bill Four High School Pupils in Tie To Top Position on Honor Roll One senior, Vntmyc K. Whltley. I Bonnie Oolf, Monn Ooodrlcli. Mona and three Juniors, Dorothy Lum, Joy Unities, Until Hale, Murray Smart, Dick Held. John Wllki., Edward pipkin nnd Dlnnn Cellar. .Seventh grade listed on the roll were nillie Jo Drowning, Knrhnrn Johnson, Rosemary Monachal!, Mnrllm Nichols, Cnrolp Noljlc, liil- lio Hen Mnyo, Clovis L'.'C Onrnotl. nobby Kales. • ^Ioi;or:ibl? inrnMon wn.s ronc'ivnci by the following KlKlith Urade .sin- dents. Jim Deer, I,ncrcta Hunch, .1 ;as, Km- enrol Orsbitrn ;uul Fietty Wudo. eevcnih grade honorable mention went lo enrol Ann llnllcy, Oroiivlllc Cooley, nods llenn, hy- <la Ci'UleiiUcn, Larry Baker, Sonhln Bright. Chnjlcs IO'nnlii(;liaii>. Wnr- Van Winkle and Charles Henderson, tied for first-place on the honor roll for the second six weeks of the first semester for Bly- thevllle High School. Sixty-five other students also made the honor roll. They are: Mose Simon. Jimmy Lowe, Marilyn Dcen, Charles MeDaiiiel. Mar- ernment." ', Mr. Truman, obviously mindful N(lllc , r of some criticism on capilol hill because American forces are still chi " lcs Maxlne Hipp, Tommlc Laura Swain, Louise Mildred Meador, Thomas than 12,000." ~ . I Hamilton, The president's statement came Robinson, alter •Sens. James E. Murray, D., Sullivan, Mont., and Ralph E. Flanders, R., Bell. Vt,, had demanded that the United Mary Dowdy, Julia Ann Wood- SJatcs hall its single-handed efforts son. Larry Ashley, Pcusy Hipp, 16 end ClUna's "indecisive civil Evelyn Cunningham, Mary Jo En- war." The senators contended that ton. Mary Lou Joyncr, June Stlrcs. the job of mediating the Chinese P m Burks, Larry LutK, Barbara conflict should be turned over to Monnghan, Mary Evelyn Smith, a big three conference under chair-1 PnUy Bartholomew. Blllic Louise ne orablc mention. order of their The President's statement was largely a reaffirmation of policy, rnllK . they ale: announced last December. He said K B. Gee, Mary Jo Nabors. Pat- the views expressed (hen arc valid sy Besharse, P. D. Foster, Thclma today. He termed the new pro- b Rice. Maxlne Hill, Bonita S'ank- nouncement a "positive and realis- aid, Jlmmle Berry, Patsy Pope, ti«" restatement of that policy. ) Huth Krech. Patsy Wilson. Waller China Essential to Worlil 1'cacc I Bradley, Freddie Giuner, Betty •We believed then and <1o now Lovclnce. Joan Lutz, Clarice Max- . ren Mc'Clurc, Bobby Jean .Seymour. Jane Wilson, Mary Ann Itolic.suii, Melbalinc Hill and Bobby Ors- Inirn. Cities Act to Handl? Increasing TraHlc '/ CHICAGO <UP> — Predictions that automobile (ruffle will Increase US per cent In the next IS years are spurring immediate and long-term traffic aid plans | n ij. cities, llic American Public Works Association reports. New York city has Imposed a bnn on parking along express streets and In central Manhattan Officials there plan to sp«nd »3 600.000 in 1047 on designing new expressways ami parking naragos as part of a $1^2,000,000 Irafflc relief program. ' liidlnnupolls banned downtown 1 parking entirely during mornlne and aiternoon rush hours In the ' Christmas chopping season chl- cntjo Is starting a traffic study and parking analysis lo cope with n « per cent Increase in , downtown traffic. Miami, Fla., Dallas Tex and Providence, n. I., have been' making similar studies. WASHER SERVICE Phillip Frcl THURSDAY, DKCIOMBIOH 1'J, I'JIU , , Appll.ucw«4 ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. j. I'bon* 10V1 18 MIT. I0« 0« W. H.lp IIIBTH. il Miln. IOMIM H*M Icrrtw * BUra«« -24th- Year Itepalrlnr Radios 8 In BlythevlUc H. S. WERNER Call 3431 that a united and democratic China is of the utmost importance' Bailey well. George Ann stlllwcll, Howard . ment to make it representative of: 1 " 0 * 1 !' ° rr ' China's progress toward this goal," he said. . The President said this government still believed "that China has a clear responsibility to the other i Brolv ». United Nations to eliminate armed Taylor. conflict within its territory as constituting a threat to world stability and peace." •Much of the President's statement dealt with the efforts of Gen. Marshall, former army chief of staff, to stop the civil war between Chiang Kni-Shck's government and the Communists. He pointed out that while Marshall was successful in obtaining a truce between them he found last April that there was evidence that the truce agreement w*s being disregarded. Then followed, according to the President, a "disappointing" change in the course of political events' in China. Negotiations between the government and the Communists broke down repeatedly. "It is a matter of deep regret that China has not yet been able to achieve unity by peaceful methods," the President nlrt. "Because he knows how serious the problem is, and how important it is to icacli n solution, G?n. Marshall has remained at his post even though active negotiations have b:en broken off by the Communist party. "We arc ready to helr> China as she moves toward peace and genuine democratic government. 1 ' rnvcs. Mary Jo 311, Betty Jenn" Betty Hnrber, Dorothy Ml- zcllc, Beity Jo Stiles, Louise Turner, Mnc Williams, Jackie Phillips, Iinogciic Cnmpbcll, Doris Jean Dcdman, Howard Graham Partlow and Dorothy Rice. Junior Hixh 1,1st Announced Names of students on the Second Six Weeks Honor Roll of Blythe- villc Junior High school have been announced by A. E. caldwell, principal. They Included: Eighth grade: Nancy Bratcher, Peggy Freeman, Trumans Plan Holiday Journey to Missouri' WASHINGTON, Dec. 19. ' (UP) — The White House said today that Mrs. Truman and daughter, Mar- T garct. will go to Independence, Mo. later this ,weck for the Christmas holidays. The President will join them there probably on Christmas Day Mr. Truman is expected to' fly lo Missouri, but definite plans h»T« not been announced. All Kinds of FIREWORKS for Christmas CALL " "fOR at BUCHANAN'S Gro. & Mkt. North Highway 61 "Eat a Bonnee at Barney's" • Delicious BONNEE BUTTERED STEAK SANDWICH BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2fl()fi W. Ala in St. •hone 3tV17 (Blylhcvillc Only) DEALERSHIP OPPORTUNITY r Imported From England Lightweight Motorcycles We ihould IJlie to hear from som* lirmly esfabUthed local ergam'iaflon who would like to add to fh«tr prvstnt operations, a dealership in this city only ... for th* tremendously popular Famous James lightweight motorcycle. TMs Is an extraordinary opportunity. The sturdy, streamlined James motorcycle Is a proven success in our branch offices over the Southwest... hundreds having been sold during the pas) year. The James is a real motorcycle... not a motorbike... gets 120-milcs-per-gallon af gas and weighs |uit 150 pounds. Dealer selected must be willing to maintain a complete parts ond service department and advertise the product. Please contact us by letter only, sending photographs of your place of business, showing display windows and gen< eral facilities. Please furnish statement af net worth. E. D. FURLOW, Vfcc.Prcs., S. rf. LYNCH & CO. Pacific at Olive, Daliai CHRISTMAS GIF for- the whole WOODS DRUG STORE ROY WOODS -OumjA-i- RALPH NICHOi_S WE DELIVER PHONES 507-508 221 WEST MAIN ST. Packard Twin-Dual ELECTRIC RAZOR $19.75 VAWKV CLOVER MAX FACTOR SHAVING BRUSH ?2oo BILL FOLDS POKER CHIPS .Chase Highcrest Chocolates S1.50 A complete gift ' of fragrance! everything in "INSURANCE" UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY yer Guard Jew F. DIETRICH, Mgr. 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