The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 6, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 6, 1947
Page 5
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THURSDAY, MARCH C, 1D47 Mexico's Reception of Truman Demonstrates Fine Relations Existing Between Two Countries HY MliKI'.I.MAN SMITH (United Press Staff Correspondent) ALOPT WITH PRESIDENT TKU ^fA^ T E<N ROUTE TO WACO, Tex., March 6. (UP)—President Truman ended hi-, Mexican goodwill visit today, taking off for Waco, Tex., to deliver nti itnpottunt address on ioreiyn affairs nnd receive an honorary doctor of laws degree from Baylor University. The P.-csident's C-54 plane, the I Cov. p . took off from the ) City airport at 5:42 a.m. .1-. Triinmn was whisked through .he darkness by automobile along three-mile route lined toy crack a solemnly, "unless we have world peace, we will t* like these deserted ruins here—a deserted desert," We have live point come where to the destruc- we must have world peace to survive, Mr. Truman said. "We do not want to be a passing civllltatkm,- neither the great Mexican government, nor the United States.'' Members of Mr. Trumfiivs party were well night exhausted' as they left Mexico, but they were enthus- itvsiic *DOUI liis reception here. ' Tlll! President, himself, seemed to have stood , M-xi;nn (roops with, inyonetea' have stood up under his rigorous rifles, arriving at the airport atj schedule, and he w»s moved ty the 5:S5 a.m., S2 minutes after Presl- ovations he received on every hand. dent Miguel Airman of Mexico 1 '' ' :imi uiernbers of his cabinet arrived in a motorcade Bcitli Mr. Truman nnd President Truman and' President Alcman j":—- ••"«• •" • «nci rea, salutes b - fore . Eoln « to the farewell dinner at the Mexican president's 'I don't think I ever had' su=h a cordial and enthusiastic welcome in my whole political career," he told members of the American colony here at * brief reception - . Glndsv Good Neljhbor ' °W<>rtunlty during his nel B'"x>r pol- President Alcman were Hive ted by 21-guu from irs-iiiilliineter Runs when "" ' their luilomcbilea pulled up at the nome airport , At 'flic Presidant's plane was drawn v^u up in front of the air terminal rrarty lo t.'Xi out onto the runway. j cy '•II,ad -i »riiul limn" in tnl,! C vf- ln th * olher 21 <Americani strip and it was airborne 11 min- . ,5 »" so - t °l<' rejwrttrs during his utos later. 1, , 5 r «iterday lo. the pyramids of Mrs. Truman's destination was .T, C( °' UlU '£ a 2',' tl '?- t ; Thl l e he and Waco. Tex Aleman had found "large areas" of House correspondents took off aV- t £"?,, £h «s---.»s _ it should be « w min,,Ur, nik-r the President , li>c ™"" epod neighbors." he said. The Presldont's pilot, U Col 1 1 extreme.. interest- to cattle :my Mvors. said hn «™,iri fiv^ :5 ro ^ l<: t"8 '«.«« of the American as : yell as- to Mexico, y. had-something to say ibof and. mouth disease .— -• He, 1 seeri>ed to choose words eatoefully, when- i lc was d what assistance the United States could provide in checking the spread of, the disease. a bill- authorirtng substantial help. koyolty Sees the Sport of Kings BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS both or Blythevlllc. lf,v!i wrc " cc D ' S'evcir, nnd Miss U \\e\ne Cronty, boln of Liixorn. \ iliuvry E. Eaton nnd Miss Lois Clmney, both of Blytlie- and Miss of Disulaymg tlie i lollies Hi it ueic especially designed (or their African tour, Drilain's I'rincesses Klmibclh. lefl. nnd Margaret Hose; Tollowed by their inollier, Queen Kllzabelh, nrrivc at Kenil- worlh Hacclrack, Capetown, .South Africa. Henry Myers, said lie would ..^ directly lo Waco at 11,000 feet. Jf Assembly of Presidents -"I. Mr.'!; last formal meet-.v.; in!', wilh his hosts was at an:,,"intimate dinner" given last night'.""' : by President Alemnn. The United al Tress learned (hat in addition to the lop personages of the two' presidential staffs, three former president, of Mexico attended 1 the dinner. Official sources declined to name the Ihrcc, but it was believed they were Mumiel Avila Camacho. La- ziro Cardenas and Emilio Fortes Ciil, all six of Mexico's living qx- l>rosulents the others are tAdolfo ce In Hiierta, Abclr.rdo Rodriguez and Pascual Ortiz Ruble—attended the ceremonies welcoming Mr. Truman on hi s arrival here. Mr. Truman left behind a great respect for his concern over lasting peace. Standing yesterday amidst the ruins of the powerful and warlike Toliec civilization of ancient Mexico, the President said And he and .Alemnn had agree:! that this was the proper approach to the problem. ."We want lo be holplnl bill we don't want to interfere with your private business," he wild to the Mexican reporter who asked the question. R«ad Courier News Want Act- Karl stone boltl imd ° r B Miss Melvln Luster mm'" Edward vliie S '"' H Alurvin Uazer and Mrs. Dorothy Ferguson, both of Blythevlllc. " A. Griffin and Mrs. flicrby Pavldson, both of Manila. NOW SHE SHOPS CASH flND CARRY Without Painful B.ek.cha «sln B b«ck»<rli tlinl. the rr V ?,"',' i] " f , ,« IM ' « '»"" ni "'t*i* c * " n< "'"'« «"'< of llul ilnfii '• J« * D '°* 1 |lcol ' 1ce '*" lllKlul a tx>u!' cn <JI '° rJ « r «* Hdnoy function prrmlo milX" m "", cr \° 'E™' 11 '!• i 1 " 1 "- W»i>. H P !> '"."« j<M»l ni tMkMhf , rht unwt! i- pn In «. SfH "' °m rtffMt TOWKMH-lllne »|> h« I •h* wcl "j 1 ?', Vuttmn, uinlcr tho eye,. and dtulni'J.. Kreqiu-nl ' -PAGE FIVE cm: us THIS DAY . . . OUR DAILY URKAI) For bread the nierchunt labors loiif and late; For bread the beggar goes from gale to Bivte. For bread tha sullor loses hc»rth and home, A thousand, thousand miles brcnd-seckcrs roam. For bread nro weddings made nnd sermons said; Of all B oort things, the first « t )d best lb bread. —By Arthur dultormiin BUY... Marriage Licenses .Ma-ringc iiccnses were Issued to] seven couples diirini; l!:c past week ' :it (he local office uf the county court clerk. They were: Leonard Thomas Uldhnm and Miss Vi:i;inl\ Martin, J. LOUIS CHERRY ftcprfscntlnt New York Life Insurance Co. Btytlierlllf;. Ark. Petting Proper YOUTH for Saturday, March 8, 7:30 p.m. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH 600 South Lake Struct "Sonny" Bolin, Presiding Juanita Eberdt and Ruth Seay, Assisting Key. Gail G. Anderson, Guest Song Director Rev. G. A. McKelvcy, Speaker Carrol Evans, Guest Sofoist Sponsored by Youth Fellowship, West Blytheville Methodist Parish Arrested for disorderly conduct. AiiRiist Hnr nnd his wife, Frances, of Milwaukee, were parked in a c:ir rtoiii" n. little petting before saying gooclni|;!)l. Married i'o- six months they lived npart bc'aiisu of (he housing shortage. Police dime up, Hiif tried to explain slic was his wifo, but the cop I wouldn't be convinced. Hul go t- vcry angry nnd said, "Wish I had' n gun ft! shoot one or you coppers." As a result the case is continued for Fi:< moths with a promise to drop charges if Hut steps pelting in parked cars. (NBA Tclcphoto.) Hybrid Seed Corn GROWN FOH ARKANSAS Sec Your Dcoler: OWliNS TKACTOR CO. Blydicville K. A. CHILDUKSS I.eachvillc IIAKMiY SISTERS It.P.I)., Lcachvlllc MISSCO IMPLEMENT CO. Osccola I.F.K WILSON CO. Wilson BIG BENEFIT PIE and BOX r Gosnell High School Gymnasium FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 7:30 P. M. 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