The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 16, 1947
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT Wallace Lacks lerstanding' To Visit City L S. Attorney General Expresses Views in Jackson Day Address PHILADELPHIA, April 10. it!P> —Attorney General Tom c. Clark, lu the first administration reply to Henry A. Wallace, last night ipfrercntially charged '.he former yic^-presMeiit will) lying and auttvorlns a "cheap, bluiidrrlnj a£$aiilt" on bi-parllsan foreign policy. ' i Clark spoke before a Jefferson Day dinner attended by 1.503 Pennsylvania Democrats. • .Without mentioning him by name, i Clark also accused Wullaco of an "tiller lack of understanding Or appreciation of the American \f»y of life." "One \vlio lells the peopio ft . Europe Mint the United Stales Is conmilttcd to a ruthless Imperial- ; ism—and war wilh tlic Sovicl Union—tells a lie," clarlc said. | "It Is a most cruel fnleshoori." j •Although the attorney general' iTiincecl no words in condemning his ex-cabinet colleague, lie dapen- ' e<i congressional hopes for le/al action against Wallace. ! i "As In Jefferson's time,'' Clark said, "this is no time for hysteria. I it "is a time for clear thinking. I The cheap, blundering -assault, nowj being r.:r.cle by some upon the bi- • j-artisan foreign policy of rvv na tton must not be allowed to provoke action on our part which would be utterly out of kesi:!!ii; with -'democratic principles." Instead of legal retaliation, Clark recommended quick passage of President Truman's Greco-Turklsr. proposals, which have drawn Wai- nayuiond E. isoberls. editor m Future Mnsnuinc, tile Unitcil Wall's Junloi' Chamber of Commerce publication, uill attend the state convention of DIP Arkiin»i.s Jaycca.1 opening here Friday and cuntlnu- IIIE through Sunday, it was announced today. Mr. Roberts 1'ist mould (.'o»)j;]el- cd his lent) as slate president ot the Colorado junior Chamber 01 Coinmrrcc, during which his extension work—the iCttliH; up ol nc'.v Jnycce clubs—brought thut state Into second place in Hie nation lor thnl nctivity. Briton Shows Concern Over Wallace Talk •LONDON, April 10. <UI'> _ A. conservative member of - 1'nrltnmcn' demanded today to know why Henry A. Wallace was filvcn time on tlie fcovcrnmriu-controllcd British broadcasting corporation to criticize foreign policy. I., u. GanuiKin.s, Conservative, died notice I Inn he would ask Ihe qiipstloii in commons lodiiy.. Ho wan:* lo know whether' Ihe Wallace broadcast was jniide "with tin; kn<jwlc;l(jc of, or after consultation \vlth hi.s Majesty's yovern- inent" and whether there have been any oilier examples of foreign .statesmen being given BIJC facilities to attack their own jjovern- IIICIU. lie al^o asked whether the gov- crnmi'nt would offer a slmllnr Ji!3C! spot t" iiny American .statesman who supports Ihe domestic and foreign policy of President Truman. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.y COURIER NEWS Reds Kill Yonks WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1C, 19-17 Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY ^ Phone 2043 - 1014 Chickasawba \ Mayor Seeks Estimate On Damage to Airfield • LrtTIiE ROCK. Ark., April 16 (UF)— M-iyor Sam Wasscll of Lit tie nork ha.s announced plau.s it ask Ihe Kovernmcnl for damages to Adams Airfield during the ContendiiiK that the city is ell- Bible to seek physical 'damages Irom tlie eivil Aeronautics Administration, the mayor said yeslciday lie u'as checking lo determine if a survey ot damages hud been made. H not he will ask the council lo approve one. P. \V. Lemiiif!, manager of the city airport, said its ruiways and laxi strips were damaged by the lieauy volume of war traffic and by large military planes. Rotations at Oscco/o See 'King Cotton' Film OSCEOLA, Ark., April 10—Members ot the notary Club were shown a film entitled "Kins Cotton" at their weekly ineeiin>; yesterday at the First Methodist Church here. The film' wn s shown by James A. King of Memphis. Read Courier News Want. Ads lace's fire since the start European speaking lour. Abandonment Of M-A Railway Line Opposed H/UiKrsON, Ark.. April 10. IUPI —Ally. Gen Guy E. Williams If ' toin-hij; Nor.'lipj-n n mt Enslcnt Arkansas this week niwiiiizlng opposition to ribandonnient of Ihe Missouri nnd Arkansas Railroad. He held Hirelings Monday in Lesile, Marshall and Harrison, anc* plans additional ones later thlr week In Cotton plum ami Helena At (ho Harrison meeting hisl nifc'h}, Die ntlorney (jenoral outlined five questions (or shippers to be prepared to anssver at the Interstate Commerce Commission 1 . 1 hearing In Little Rock next. Tuesday: 1. How irmny shippers have been ciiiinaKCct by suspension? , 2. How many have suffered fi- nniiclal loss? 'J. How many pay more to ship by truck than by railroad? 4. List prospective shipment? which 'could lie made over the if operations Five u. S. marines were killed and Iti wounded deiVr.dln,; ;m ammunition dump at Sutachlsu (1), five miles northwest .if Tiuib'kii, main port for American troop movements in North Cliiua, when UCO armed Ija'.idiLs, later identified as CommuniEis, made lire-dawn attack. Knights Templar Elect Osccolo Man to Office iil'l'l'i>¥! JICCIC, Ark., April II i UP) Ocon;e H. Crosloy of ill' nnrndo Irduv holds the pnst. of riylil eminent grand commander 01 Liie KIU^IHS 'iompjur ot Arkansas following his advancement CKIu.-1'.s elevated in the Arkansas . Commander y before the two- day session adjourned included: Willard IX 'Billinasley of Little Hock, very eminent deputy i;r:ui<l ccnnnaiide.-; I,, w. Williams nl Osceola, eminent gmtx! generalissimo; I'm! Duke of Fort Smith, yrand captain general; o. E. iNl.'jjols of Hoi S)irint;s, grand senior warden; J. Miles Rtfe-rls of Pine Illu'l. P.ranu junior warden; Walter H. Estes of £:otl, yranU standard bearer; diaries. H. Cross of Pav- ettcville, crand sword bearer; Jolin Sidles of Joncsboro. grand warden; «iiu Jonn W. Vaili; of I'Mrr. Smith, frund rtijJlali! of Hie guard, l(i. Lanoy Appoints Judge LITTLE HOOK, Ark., April (UP)--D. s. Pliimmcr, Mariaiun attorney, has been ai.poiiUecl Jud/.e of Hie First Judicial Circuit t;y Cov. Den Luney. He succeeds tlie late kludge E. -M. Pipkin. At one lime the fee for advanced at uwell Institute, Boston, Maw., was two' bushels of wheat a term. tAKE OUt TO CON5WAJJ IlfUSllE! UlotaDs DIRECIEO stdkcbound mil mad were resumed. 5. Are shippers willing t o appear as wilnessc. 1 !? K, R. Thompson of Eureka Springs and operator of a mineral watei- company, 'lold thf meeting: thai a railroad is n public necessity if the state's natural resources are lo be marketed. State Sen. Ernest. Nicholson of Harrison said the slate wants the l»s road lo opernlo. He «.'n« inslru- , menial in passing legislation con- cerning the 5(ilh General railroad d Assembly. the Too Late to Classify For Sale I) room hotiso locate;! close to high .school. Ideal lor large family. J'riccd (o sell tin's week. 5 room modern house, will sell completely furnished. Can be FHA financed. Perfect condition. Quick Possession. 1'all Max Logan if you want tn liny a home. Modern duplex, u real home and investment. Don't miss this! 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