The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1952 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 29, 1952
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PAGE TITO GOP Leaders Far From Agreement On Foreign Policy Wiley Asks Colleagues To Support Truman, Then Attacks Action By JACK BEI.I, WASHINGTON H) — There «ample evidence todny thnt Rcpub lican leaders are far from agree meut on foreign policy. Sen. Wiley of Wisconsin called on GOP colleagues In (he Senate yesterday lo support the administration's larelgn policy In Europe But, asserting that Republicans weren't consulted nbout Asiatic, pol Icies. he proceeded to attack some of them. On Ihe other hand, Gov. Ear Warren of California voiced gen oral approval of some of the Tru man administration's actions in the Par East. Governor Raises Doubts The governor, an active candidate for Ihe GOP presidential nomination, thus put. himself so flatly on record iii-siliist some of (lie positions taken by Son, Robert Taft of Ohio as to raise doubts that lie ever could support Taft if the Oiiio- an won the nomination. Wiley, top Republican In service on the Foreign Relations Committee and In line for its chairmanship If the OOP wins control of the Senate, defended a speech he made ( (o the American Society of Newspaper Editors on April 19. "Construction" Asked In lh.1t speech lie said Republicans should take a "constructive approach" on international matters adding that "there Is a good deal of which every American can be .— San Fran-" Cisco, hai been nominated by President Truman for promotion' to Undersecretary of the Army. Kt will succeed Archibald S. Alexnnder. BLYTHEVJLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS JHUG-F'KOOF TAXl-Pierre Aldlcre, 61, demonstrates how he'll defend his cab against any attack by Parisian hoodlums. Pierre, an old hand at taxi piloting, carries a brass club, and a syringe filled with sneezing powder, with which to repel a prowler The cab Is equipped with a bullet-proof pDssenger compartment and P er e has a siren attached to the roof to attract police, if needed. As a final touch, the gadget-minded chauffeur can fill Ihe passenger space with (car eas lo discourage any unruly fare, o proud" in (he country's policies. This brought some pointed com- nent from Sen. Cain of Washington and others who said Wiley himself had criticized ninny of Hie actions he seemed to be defending In general. Wiley (old Ills colleagues yesterday that, while he wants to see i Republic-nil sweep tn November. 'I will not, hoivever. compromise with principle In my desire for victory for my parly." "I Ijclleve thnl the Republican wrly would be greatly mistaken." ie declared, "if it were lo assume thnt by simply pointing out the shortcomings of the opposition that the American people will automatically put Republicans In office. Two Itcspoiisllilllllej "On tlie contrary, we have Uvo responsibilities—one to point out shortcomings nnd the second, more mportnnt, to make our own con- strucllvD suggestions to overcome .hose shortcomings. "Moreover, where; no shortcomings exist, it is up to us to close rnnks as Americans." Warren .salt! In R copyrighted ar- icle In U.S. News & World Report lint, while Reiniljllcnns might not approve Ihe wny It wns accomplished, "we can't complain about getting inlo the, Korean situation." Tnft has been highly critical of he Korean development, culling he conflict "unnecessary" nnd labeling It "Truman's wtir." Wnrron snld he Is opposed (o glv- ng Chlnng Knl-shck Aincrlctin support to invade Communist China, ild thnt Tnft snld should stop only .hort of Involving American troops. The governor snid he doesn't be- leve tlie Korean War should have been formalized by the President's asking Congress for a declaration of wnr. Tnft has suggested ..Unit 'ongress should have been consul- 1 cd In advance about Korea. Daylight Time PuS-s Student On Tardy Basis SULLIVAN, Hid. MV—A squabble over (ioylijjhl savinf time has put ihc -120 pupils In Sullivan's schools en a perpetually tardy basis. The school bases have continued their round. 1 ; on standard time, IhoiiRh the city and school classes switched to a daylight time schedule yesterday. Jr.Ke Smith. Hamilton township trustee, who directs the bus operation, said he's bound by a 1049 state law that requires governmental units to stay en standard time. Like the City Council, the school board got around that by moving school hours up an hour, and superintendent Phil Eskew said that's the will stay. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department ot Alcoholic Beverage Control ot the State ot Arkansas (or a permit, to cell and dispense beer at retail on the premises de- scribed as: 2«4 N. First Street, Blytheville. Mississippi County, Arkansas. The undersigned state* that he Is a citizen of Arkansas ,of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no TUESDAY, APRII, M, l| license to Mil beer by the undersigned ha* been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned hu never been convicted of violating the laws or this stale, or • ny other atat*, relative to the sale of alcoholic liqucrfi. Application Is for permit to be Standard Slme for the world, us n the case of longitude, Is rcckpned rom Greenwich, England, which is recognized as the prime meridian. Free Licenses for Dogs MONO KONO Ml — Dogs serving with her Majesty's armed forces will get free licenses from now on. The government order, however, was not all-inclusive; It specified lhat the clogs must actually be serving. Troops mascots will have to have paid licenses. 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