The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 30, 1947 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1047 Bl.YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Chiang Places Blame on Reds General Planning To Liberalize Chinese Government NANKING, Jan. 30 — (UP) — j Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek said today thai Chinese Comnuin- 1 Ms have refused ull peace offers j from his government, imt he af- Ihmcd his policy of liberalizing the iro statement WAS mad/; shortly atkr Ambassador J. LelRiiton 1 Stuart had ea!lc<i on the generalissimo to tell him of the U. S. government decision to end its media- lion efforts in China. Chiang's .statement reviewed peace negotiations and dismissed Communist demands for nullification of Ihc constitulion and a return lo military positions as of Jan. 13. ' Chiang said that would be "the equivalent Of putting both the National Assembly and the National Government, under tile yoke or the Communist parly and subjecting ilicm to the order of the Communists." He asked all party leaders and Independents to participate in the government to expedite the realization of constitutional rule. It's a Tough Life PAGE ELEVEN Far from wintry blasts, Charles Munn of Philadelphia, straw skimmer above and moccasins below, chats gaily with Mrs. Hud- w son Vandcrbilt in box at Florida's Tropical Park. the nation. "11 Is utterly impossible lo legislate security to our people, or lo slate opportunity to our people." Amnll said. "Wo need wise ami just ami' progressive, laws." Hnl there are no substitutes for "ii four-letter word—work," hesnid. He suid that Americans must start where they are "to make democracy live und bring out a better unit a peaceful world " ''We can make of ourseK'es \vluu we will," he stitd. > The six points Arnnll outlined were: "More adequate and better educational facilities for nil Ameri- enns:" Improved medical facilities, lie .said he (till not advocate socialised medicine, but that "unless the jjrcat und honored medical profession leads Ihe way" to providing medical attention for ull. "Something drastic will have to be done." A balance between agriculture and industry throughout Ihu nation. He said industry must be allowed to thrive and'gri.w nil ovel the country lo provide economic opportunity for all. The South, lie said, does nol ask or feel Itself entitled lo ask for favors, but It does ask "equal treatment" am removal of (lie "tariff wall crectec against ou;- ticoplc" by nnfnh freight rates. Ariiall .said Ihc nation cannot endure half imperial lonuim und hull dependent, colo- lics. Greater attention lo service In- il'iislrior, und the tourist trade. 'Americans need to move around and know other Americans to break down sectionalism," he suld. "This they can do." A constant re-evaluation of KOV- M'nmcnt. Government, he said, has been sivcn many richls. but "nol the ]|RIH to reimuiln slnlic." He. salt'. Unit In his opinion Ihc federal c'nTrnmcnt has not taken ' away :i single right from n single stale, iimt such states rlKhfts as had Ijoen appropriated by the\ federal lun eminent had been relinquished through disuse. The people look lo Washington and will continue l<i look there until the states and communities live up to their respansiixilties, Arnnll -said. A iMMKi-essive piiujic works program. i u >t lo provide Jobs but lo provide badly needed highways, schools, colleges and recreational facilities which can bring about continuing prosperity. OWENS DRUG .STORE [ Eleanor Approves Plans ForLondon FDR Memorial LONDON, Jan. 30. (UP)—Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt apparently ended today the dispute over whether a memorial statue of the late President should show him sitting or standing. She voted for the standing position. The Tinier of London published a letter from Lord Deroy, president cMjhc Franklin D. Roosevelt Mo- nK?ial Committee. He ciuoted a reply from Mrs. Hooscvclt to his invitaticn to come to London to iiKvi'ii the memorial to be erected in Grosvenor Square. "I understand that six months of work has already been done upon it.." the letter s.iid. "and the whole project has been approved by your Royal Fine Arts Commission. "For my part I am content with the present standing statue, and I cannot, but think it would be wise to let the matter go forward without, further comment." Virtue, And Strong Will to Work Held Essential to Democracy NEW YORK. Jan. 30. (UP) — Former Gov, Ellis Arnall of Georgia .told a To\vn Hall audience yesterday that the United States must make itself a "paragon of virtue. - c .o dynamic, so strong, and 50 virile" that it niaj- deserve the world leadership In must assume. Arnp.ll outlined a six-point pro- gram for improvement of American democracy which included strong pleas lor Increased educational facilities and ei>i>ortYinilie < 5 for the end of what he called an industrial stranglehold on the economic development of the South and other non-industrial areas of Listed as Delinquent LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Jan. 30. — (UP)—The Arkansas public Service Commission today certified to Gov. Ben Laney the names of 55 domestic and 19 foreign corporations operating in Arkansas that have not filed their franchise tax reports for the past three years. 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