The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 12, 1949
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' TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1949 RLYTHKVIU.K (AUK.) COURIKK NF.WS THE NATION TODAY Truman's First Four Years In the White House Have Held Many Hi story-Ma king Events »y James Marlow WASHINGTON, April 12. (ifi— Him years agu today, April lli. llnrry 8. Trutnrin became President when Prc-sidci!'. Roosevelt died. What has he done in those four years, nud whai hii.s happened to him, us. and the world? <• No man who ever became pies- i Under lhat policy we've helped Idenl had to .shoulder so many re- Greece nut! Till key. created Ihe Miu- sponsibilities so suddenly. | sni ,i| p] im for hclpim- Western Kn- His four years have been years rope, and now we've entered the Conciliation Talks On Holy Land Seen .IKUUSALKM, A|il'il 12. M'(—The 1 Millions PiilcMine Conclliil- >n Commission is planning u> uc- >iu-ilnton talks uetwecn Isruel Arab nations at UnvisLinnc 1 . •iluiul, April 2^ s said ycsterdny. Driver/ess Truck Runs Wild, Damages House IDec/i'ncs Comment I l-'AVl"rrKVll.LK. Alk. April 1'J PAGE SKVEN nescutmives of HRypt, Syria, urn. Trans-Jorda nand Israel "ill confer sepurately ut(h the )mmissionerS, who hope to brlnn tin-in together for talks on permanent peace In the. Holy Land. \, April 1'J. .IV- There \s»s a Itunuleious ci;ish und when Mrs. Marnuret Koth. :' ( .I-VIMI'- olti .Scntlish war hiide, Huneil aiinuul her living nioiu \vu.s a sliiini- ntornied j bles "1 \v;*s tt unsftxeil." > lid Mi s ^ liolh. "I th ston. 1 km t'ntiso I \\i : Britain." the Roth h H w about explosion* hr- llirotiRh tin- blitz in use yesterday. A lienvy I ., Oklahoma Plan* to Sell MS Pies- Liquor Taken in Raids; Expects Lots of Revenue <•! it would in 1 up- i' lo eommenl at thh of the act (h:il 1 have u>- •d nu olficliil liifin nuitinil mn: details of the suit.," he nk Iruek drilled drlverli'ss down i- street and smashed lluuui;li tlie ml 01 the house. OKLAHOMA CJ1TY, April 1.'. i.l'l Oktnhojnii— Mill cunsliluttonallj- >«• III I ho wlilfky .scllliijj U'K I'l IKI.S. ,M«lleii vl) C li.uicl [UK or hc|iior' K county siunnhly will start tntedlalcly. Rep. j Chaile.s Otinnii, I,a\vlon, author ol | the bill predicted It will ap- lirnxliimtcly ^'.(Wd.oau iiinmiily for Okuhomu. '1'hc biui-esl s:i1e it in Oklnhn Ni-wl Hurn.s anno iiui iKiti S75.000 'I'ulsa county wollli In II* v.mll nit now ready lor la County, which need he Is hold- ill, approximately 110.000 Argentina ean hi; Inntslated (e.s pre- "rcpuhlle of silver." i M» n*n «Hr*M •( MMTBT . FEMALE COMPUUIIIS Are you troubled by diitrcM of ffiniile fuitcllonal periodic dlaturt- mtcein? l>of« Hits DiHka you aufftr from |)atii f f^el to nervout, UrM— »t Buoti ttmi-ji? Then DO try I-ydl» B. JMnkliHtn'a Ve&elabto Compound to leMore inch Bjrnploni*, I'Jnkhum'* had R K r "'i<i soothing effect on on* of u-orimti't Html important organ*! LTDIA L PIKKHAM'S of rliniaxcs, iJicrcasinjf toiisiotis, prosperity^ and preparation against \var. When ho moved into the WliiU* House, war with Gci'inuny \VHS end- ins. Jnjmti \\as soon to In? trushfci with the atom homlj, uti event \.VA\. chaiiHLHl world history. Thn Unitrd Nntions was crenied in the hope H might krcp peace. Four yours have shown il.s failure. And in his first few months In office, the United Slutes hart to be .set .spinning buck inni peacetime \\ ays. it was done with jolts and jerks. Wartime controls were ripped off, .some too fast. Strikes sprouted, holding up peacetime Roods. The mood in congress as the months p^si-ed. was to ditch price controls, let prices run free. Mr. Truman warned against It. ^. Smfricn trifl;tiioti His own Democrats were in control of Conpress hut, spearhead pri by the Republicans, they cut the leps from under OPA. It soon died. Prices shot through the roof, bringing the country a great inflation. They're .still .sky high, may be coming down a bit now. Mr. Truman had tried a honeymoon with Congress in his early days as president. But that ended in a bust and never has been patched up. Voters, fed up with the Democrats, gave trie Republicans control In 1916. It was Mr. Truman's worst defeat. He reversed that In 1D48 with his own election, bluest surprise in American political history. And the Democrats won control ol Congress fcgaln. But Congress doesn't seem to be paying much attention to his wishes. at least for things at home, Long opo he had made it plain he wants to entry on Mr. Roosevelt's New Deal. He has userf the name, the Fair Deal. He's made almost no progress with that in four year. 1 ;. There's no ^ assurance he'l] make much more *J In (he next four. Yd, In spite of his difficult IDS with Congress, Americans nve making more money than ever before. The land Is rich, teeming with money, gooris, and fond. New Troubles Arise But meanwhile the skies, have darkened beyond the -shoes. His hopps nf getting along with Russia have £one down the drum. As he watched the Russians swallow Eastern Europe, his mood hardened. He set tip the Truman Doctrine: A policy of blocking Russia wherever it tries to make a thrust. Atlantic P;u:t with Wehicvn Kitvopc to .stop uu^la with steel If need be \\Vve put so much money Into military preparations atu! stupping Russia. :il! of which mean jobs and pKiciiu-JUjii here, it's a (tucsfiou ol whether \vo rould afford sudden yooti rein i tons with Russia. For that would me:m anting billions upon billions olf our rielense spending. And what would that dn to jobs ami production atul prosperity here at home? As Mr. Truman goes into his fifth year in t)ic While only four years away from World War II. the air !s lull of talk of new wat. Where we go, tio one knowi not even Mr. Tnumin. Mernphians Get Chance to Voice Their Protest to Road Plan L1TTT.K ROCK. April 12. /.-Fi — Wi'-st Memphis resident.*; opposing const run ion of a highway by iii£ their city have been invited to voice their prote.sUs to the Arksmsa.-* Highway Cotmni-ssion. Governor McMatli said yesterday he had invited op]x>nenu of the propased highway to appear before the commission a^ 2 p.m. Friday. Highways 61 and 03, wliieh no-,v junction wiih Highway 70 at West Memphis would be routed north oi" West Memphis to Marion under tin 1 proposal of the Highway Department, Read courier News Want Ads. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Blvthevllle Exclusively at HUBBARD&HOKE fi*ft **** Before you buy any automatic \vasher, <n m- pare :'( with this ama/ing General Jilectric AIU Automauc Washer. You'll marvel at this limravinp. work-saving washer that S'vcs yon an automatic soak, Activator washirij; action, deep-water rinsing, and high-speed damp.ckyin^-'so thorough, that it jets many pieces <lty enough to iron! this washer is completely flexible, too. 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