The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 3, 1950 · Page 3
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' TUESDAY, JANUARY S, 1949 ETjVTHKVrLLE (ARK.)' COtTRTEK NFWS British Writers Blast U.S. Stand Washington's China Policy May Cause Strained Relations By Harold K, Milks LONDON. Jan. 3. I.Jl'i —Three of Britain's teadmg papers yesterday strongly criticised Washington's China policy and said they fearerl it would strain (he Anglo-American partnership. Their declarations were made at the start o( Hie week in which many observers expect Britain for- nisily to announce recognition oJ jjkSommurmt China. The comment was in connection with report* from Washington that, far from recognizing the 1'elping regime of Com- munis!, Mao Tie-Tung, the United Stale may give some further moral or other aid to Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek in defending the Island of Formosa. Reports from responsible Informants in Washington said President Truman had taken a stand against using American troops tr> defend the strategic island 100 miles off the Chinese coast, but that this decision did not preclude economic and political aid. Some congressmen were reported proposing that the United States take over Formosan air bases in return for limited U S military aid. The United States already Has ordered an aircraft carrier and other U'arcratt to reinforce its fleet in Asiatic waters, and the American joint chiefs of staff are to visit the ?ar East—avoiding rormoj* — in February. At the same time Mao is in Moscow for the p'urposc ot discu«i:i£ ina's treaty relations with Il-.is- sia. Chinese Nationalists have reported that he wants Russian aid in mounting an amphibious assault on Formosa. The London Times. Daily Telc- Biaph and Manchester Guardian all warned editorially of possible adverse effects should the United States aid In defending Formosa while Britain backed the Peiping Reds. "Having washed her hands r,f Chiang, she (the United Stalest Is now umvashing them. It Is the old trouble of trying to unscramble .. omelette." said the Manchester Guardian. 'Britain nnri the United Stairs would find themselves recognizing opposite sides in a squalid and nse- Peojonts Protest LUCKNOW, India —(<!>,_ The lim organized prutcit against Congress Party government was sla»cd here recently by more than 15,000 peasants demanding land an a socialized economy. 'V h e peasants marched In a two-mile-long procession organized by the Socialist Parly. They demanded a more liberal deal for peasants under tlip United province's bill for abolishing the zamindnri system, under winch mo.'-t of the land is owned by a few landlords. less stniKgte in the China Sr.v saiil the Times. The conservnlik'e IMit.v Teh' graph described American policy to ward China as "vacillating and :m- prcL-ise," and one which misbt strain future British-American relations. Half of Nation's Homes Erected Thirty Years Ago MINNEAPOLIS — {jf> — Old houses ciin be. said to be subject to hardening of the arteries. That's the. conclusion «inuvn from PACK THREE » fiiidy of home obsolescence con- rtiiciwi by Tom McDonald, vlce- 1'ipsiiiciit of the Minneapolis-Honeywell lU'Riilntor Co. His snmr>ims( Indicates lliat 51 per cent ot Die «,000.000 homes In the US. nrc more lhan 30 years old. In jno.si Ciiscs iliry ai-c still equipped ivilli lighting and plumbing fixtures, heatiiiK plants and other accessories that belonged to i past generation. "Tills brings about a kind ot hardening of the aneiies through lur-rcnsinK maintenance cosU aud decreasing properly values." says McDonald, vhn vat primarily interested In finding that only about 8.000.000 home« have automatically controlled heating sy.stemn. New yorx skyscraper* have to many windows that most of them lure a regular crew of washers ZELLNE January Clearance Huge Reductions in every Ward Department - Buy Now! PRICE SALE Starts Wednesday-8 p.m, Our Entire Stock of Nationally Advertised Casuals and Low, Medium and High Heel Novelty Shoes — as we// as one large group of Loafers and Saddle Oxfords. All Sizes — But Not in Every Style A RECORD LOW! • BIG REDUCTION! • A RECORD LOW! Sole! Ankle-Length Cotton Union Suits I 97 Reg. 2.59 MEN! Stock up! Sale! Sofa Bed Now A Reg. 89.95 j 'I'llis is it Flnor Sample. Save ;il This Kxlra l,ow 1'rici!. Reg. 39c Printed Outing Now only 29c You can't go wrong on this! Buy—NOWl 49c Galvanized Pail Handy 10 qt. Size Rust proof 33c ea. Tiny Now! Save at Hxlra Low 1'ricc. Men's Chambroy Work Shirts Extra Sizes Reg. 1.59 97c These are in ex Ira sixes. Hill Von Can'l Co Wron On This MiHtm'Hiim 95c Ice Guard Anti-Freeze Gal. only 88c Lowest price in town. Equals national brands. Pumps Straps Wedges Ties Black Calf Brown Calf Suedes Patents Sale! Men's Shoes Outstanding 6.75 5 97 Our l.nwcsl Price in Years. FJuv Now—Save! Boy's Pajamas Reg. 1.98 Now 97c •Mcili n m-Weight Fin middle, .nnj; Slcc\ce — Limilccf Si/.es Men's Leather Jackets Reg. 21.50 15" Save _ Buy II Now Tailored Full for Action Afl Sales Final No Exchonqes No Refunds Sale! Girls Skirts Regularly 2.98 197 Hurry! They'll Sell Oul Fast al This l.oiv I'ricc Sale! Be"droom Suits 3-Pc. Waterfall Reg. 129.95 Only One Left! Save — l!uy Noiv! Luxurious Rayon Robe Reg. 12.95 10 95 He'll Welcome One Of These Hamlsume Brents •lllnllilllrl'l'lli Reg. Men's Overall Jumpers Now Sale Priced Reg. 2.29 97c tinod Ouality. Slripcd .lumpers. Nol Ion many! Hurry! Men's Khaki Pants Reg. 3.29 Sanforized Color K;tsl Open-End Wrench Sets. Reg. 4.79 6, 8 and 10" Sizes 2 89 Special t.o\v Prices. NicKcl-l'laled—I'olishiMl Steel. Every item Reduced for QUICK CLEARANCE!

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