The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 7, 1950
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TRTDAY, APRTT, T, (ARK.) COTJRTBR !fBWS PAGE THREB Republican Views Differ on Truman's Selection of Dulles By Jack Bell WASHINGTON, April 7. (ff) — ildent Truman's efforts to re- two-party support on foreign affairs pleased some Republicans today but left others sharply critical of his policies. The President's appointment of John Poster Dulles, Republican who once was a senator from New York, as an adviser to Secretary of State Achcson encouraged the GOP wing led in the past — and still influenced from a sickroom— by Senator Vandenberg (R-Mich). But members of a Republican faction hotly critical of the Truman foreign policy and seeking to make an of It In the political campaign dismissed Dulles' appointment as a gesture meaning nothing to them. "Truman Is Mistaken" ' Senator Watklns (R-Utah), of this group, told a reporter . that If the President "thinks he is pleas ing all the Republicans in the Senate by picking Dulles, he is mistaken." , "Naming an appointee who has no direct contact with and who doesn't know the wishes of the Republicans in the Senate doesn't make real bipartisan foreign policy," Watkins said. Senator Malone (R-Nev) said that so far as he Is concerned Dulles "doesn't represent my thinking on foreign affairs and doesn't represent the thinking of the Republicans who prepared the 1950 platform." « some of the Republicans are to follow the bipartisan will:-wisp, he may represent them, but not me," Malone added. Senator Knowland (R-Calif), who has been in the Vandenberg camp but who has been critical of Acheson's Par Eastern .policies, said the slncereity of the administration's Senator. Ives (R-NY) said he hopes the Dulles and Cooper appointments will mark a phase In which Democrats and Republicans Idln to eliminate politics from foreign affairs. Led by chairman Connally (D- Tex) of the foreign relations committee. Democrats generally hailed the Dulles' appointment as a clear indication that the administration wants to cooperate with the Republicans on bipartisan policies. Dulles told reporters he was accepting the assignment after receiving confirmation from President Truman that "bipartisanship is the policy of the administration anl that partisan considerations will not under any circumstances Influence his conduct of the foreign policy of the United states." He said he Is in full accord with Acheron's recent speeches on Soviet-American tensions. He added that "It Is time to rally from a frustrating confusion that has its root in mistakes of the past rather than In the circumstances of the present.' Park Officials Begin Meeting LITTLE ROCK, April 7. (AP> — An annual three-day meeting of the Midwest State Park Association began at Petit Jean State Park yesterday. ; An address by Wayne Fletcher director of the Arkansas Resources and Development Commission, and motion pictures of Arkansas wildlife were to highlight the first day's sessions. Panel discussions on im proving and developing parks are scheduled today. States represented at the confer ence are Oklahoma, Colorado, Iowa bid for OOP cooperation will be tested quickly. . Dulles Must Be Active "If Mr. Dulles is given an active part In forming policies and Is permitted 'to keep Republicans In Congress Informed step by step, then there will be a solid basis' for bipartisan cooperation," Knowland said. The California!* hastened to add, however, that even such an arrangement should not curb Republican criticism of decisions and actions which individual GOP members do not support. "Sometimes the only way you can change a bad decision Is to speak out. publicly against It before it Is too late." he said. « ng with Knowland, several Re- :ans praised ; the- ; Dulles ap- n^ent. ' . - ' > • Senator Hickenlooper fR-Towa), a foreign relations member, said that if Dulles', advice is heeded by the administration, "he will be verv valuable, indeed." Not For Partisan Advantage Senator Aiken (R-Vt) said neither Dulles nor John Sherman Cooper, Republican former Kentucky senator appointed recently to advise Johnson, "will allow themselves to be used" for any partisan advantage. , Nebraska, North Dakota, South Da kota, Wisconsin, Minnesota, llli nois, Indiana, Kansas, Missour. Ohio and Arkansas. Mines and oil wells on federal! owned land produced 4363,000.00 worth of products in 1948, fou times the value in 1940. DREAM GIRL --Baring her shoulders between' a stiff collar and a strapless bodice is Audrey White, London model, who was chosen as "the girl every man dreams about." Millions of Britons know Audrey as the girl on the dentrifice posters. Fourth Ambulance Finally Ends Troubles Of Stabbed Negro BIRMINGHAM. Ala., April 7. —When an ambulance picked up Henry Bryant after he .was stabbed yesterday on a downtown street, he thought his troubles were over But ambuliince No. I and a truck collided a block away. A rush call was sounded for another. , No. 2 broke down before reach- Ing the injured man. No. 3 was sumoned, but the driver misunderstood the adfiress and never showed up. Bryant finally made the operating room in ambulance No. 4, dispatched by the same company that first gave him a lift. Doctors said the Negro was nol wounded seriously. Trumpeter's Call Will Start Easter Worship Near Holy City By William frrt LAWTON, Okla., April 1. (Al>) — 1'he trumpeter's call and prayers » Peaceful world—under one God—will open the >Vlchita Mouu- alns pre-dawii Easter services Sunday at nearby Holy CUj. More than 100.000 iwrsons of all alllu are expected on the gently loping hills to observe Easter in lielr fashion and view the annual pageant depicting the story of ihrist. A volunteer cast of 300 will present the four-hour religious pro- Irani beginning at midnight with two hours of recorded spiritual music. Panlomimers to Art Pantomimers will act the story of Christ in 75 scenes on the huge amphitheater stage at the bast- of Mount Roosevelt, and Mount Sheridan. The voices will come from other, concealed actors over jxnver- fiil public address systems. Two hours of Biblical straws— mostly from the life of Christ—will precede the "Passion Play" beginning at 4 a.m. It shows his conflict with the high priestly parly, his refusal to compromise, his arrest, crucifixion and resurrection. This year's service—Die 24th since it was founded by the late Rev. Mark Wallock and from the first Congregational Church here and tiie Medicine Park Union Sun- any School—is timed to end IS minutes before sunrise. Holy City Is Jerusalem Holy City, 22 miles northwest of Lawton, is reconstructed Jerusalem. Natural settings for the pageant me built of native, rock and include the upper room of the Lorcllate's judgment court, the temptation. Money for that work—and for the once a year services—come from donations. It costs nothing to attend the services. Officials think this year's services will b« the most »ucces»ful «rtr— weather permitting. Spring weather has been forecast. •, ' The state highway patrol , will send added squad ears Into Uie'area Saturday morning to direct the Influx of traffic. ' "All persons are welcome to the pageani," says co-orcKnator Jimmy Hysaw, "but who come with a spirit of reverence are the ones for whom the great service lias been so carefully prepared." The Whooping five feet high. 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BAKE SALE Homemade Cakes, Pies, Candies Hand Painted Easter Eggs SATURDAY, APRIL 8 Starting at 9 a.m. at ARK-MO POWER CO. Local Office Sponsored by Ladies of the Catholic Altar Society Mrs. Baker Wilson Is Now Co-owner of The Flower Shop Located in the Glencoe Hotel Building Mrs. Wilson, who has been associated with The Flower Shop for sometime, it now co- owner. She welcomes the opportunity ot serving you with your floral needs and ex- tends a personal invitation for you to com* in and see our beautiful Easter display of cut flowers and plants. The Flower Shop Glencoe Hotel Bldg. Phone 4491 NING Wade's West End Furniture COMPANY [ OUTSTANDING VALUES IN NEWtSS'USED 7 FT. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR CROSLEY 189.95 KITCHEN CABINETS $39 95 up USED KITCHEN CABINETS $19.95 up NEW CHROME DINETTE SETS $59.95 up TABLE LAMPS ELECTRIC IRONS NEW LIVING ROOM SUITES ,$59.95 up USED ICE BOXES $12,95 up USED LIVING ROOM SUITES $12.95 up Mew Unfinished BREAKFAST SETS $22.50 THROW RUGS CEDAR CHESTS NEW WASHING MACHINES Only $69.95 up USED BED ROOM SUITES $29.95 up USED COTTON MATTRESSES $3.00 up NEW 3 PC. BED- ROOMSU1TES $42,50 up INNER SPRING MATTRESSES $22.95 up CANE CHAIRS Linoleum Rugs ALL SIZES 9x 12 -$6.95 up USED SOFA BEDS $12.95 up 8 PC. USED DINING ROOM SUITE $29.95 up WINDOW SHADES CARD TABLES $5.95 up 12 FOOT LINOLEUM YARD GOODS NEW OIL RANGES Table top $98.50 USED CHIFFOROBES $14.95 up 5 PC. USED BREAKFAST SET $12.95 up FM & AM RADIOS PICTURES AND MIRRORS ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINES WE BUY USED FURNITURE-CALL 2112 OR 3122 EASY TERMS THAT SAME FRIENDLY SERVICE | WOODROW HARDY, Mgr. WADE FURNITURE CO. -MAIN STORE- I -WEST END STORE- 112 WEST MAIN ST. PHONE 3122 I 2021 WEST MAIN ST. PHONE 2112

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