The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 24, 1950 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1050 BMTirEVTM.E (AKK.) COURIER NEWS JACK SFVK* GOP Solons Attack Truman's 'Point 4' WASHINGTON, May 24. M>) — Republican Senate leaders directed fth attack on President Truman's Point Four plan today which threatened to delay tinal Congressional action on the $3.120.550,000 foreign aid authorization bill. GOP Floor Leader Wherry ol Nebraska and Senator Taft of Ohio, Republican Senate policy committee chief, led the assault. jjfWherry said a major effort would ^ made to send the aid bill back to a Senate-House conference for a revision of the $35.000.050 Point Four program to aid backward areas ol the world- The measure was approved yesterday by the House, ill to 88. "This Is a toe-ln-lhc-rtoor program tn open up world-wide aid after the Marshall Plan ends," Wberrv told a reporter. Democratic leaders deny that Point Four—named after the fourth point In Mr. Truman's 1D4S inaugural address—would be used as the b»Ms for another huce aid proKrnm after the Marshall Plan for European recovery ends In 1952. Wherry to Supply I.bl But Wherry said he would furnish the Senate with a list of 44 Irrigation, power and road pro jects "all over the world" that the Slate Department intends to star under the language of the Poin Four amendment. Wherry noted that the Senat voted 31 to 36 last month to knoc Point Four entirely out of the at bill. But Chairman Connally (D-Tex of the Senate Foreign nelation Committee said he was conftden he had enough votes behind him to sidetrack the Wherry-Taft move. Connally Nnl Spirited Connally was none too enthuslas tic himself, however, about the Point Four program. Ife told the e-nate late yesterday he didn't have "h fnlth in it. The House gave quick approval to the Senate-House conference agreement on the aid program which contains: $2.849,100,000 for the European recovery program', $100.000.000 for the Republic of Korea; 404.000.000 for possible use In China and the China area: S21.450.WO lor aid to Palestine refugees; $15,000,000 for the 'international Children's Emergency Fund; $35,000,000 for the Point Four program. Funds for Chin* The China funds Include $40.000.000 for possible \ise inside Communist China—presumably to aid guerilla forces holding out against that American property won't be seised and businessmen won't be hl-Jackcd, won't be robbed and won't be flim-flammed." America Buys Furniture at Huge Pace WASHINGTON. May 24 —<fl r l—' Americans are buying furniture at he unprecedented rak of $3,000.00,000 a year, the commerce de- •irtmcnt said today. The department Slid the chief auses arc (1) fat pockctbooks, ith personal incomes at a $201,00,000.000-a-year rale, after taxes, nd <2) the record hpmc-bullding oom, providing vast acreages of vine space to be furnished. Credit was rated of minor influence in the furniture sales boom. Actually, the department said, mailer proportion of furniture Is bought on the installment plan now --around 45 per ceut--than in the ast three years before the war. The department's $3.000.000,000-3- year furniture sales figure, excludes outlays for household appliance and equipment. It compares with the previous peak of $2,900.000,OOC in 1048 and $2.800.000,000 last year "The average • household at th present time spends about $70 year on furniture," a study in th department's May "survey of cur rent business" showed. Acrobats Do Headstands, Flips At Society's Annual Banquet Bevirt to Return To Hospital QUEEN WEIGHS IN •—Betty Hlxson, queen of second annual .Miami Beach summer fishing tournament, who weighs 115, has a little difficulty with her 42-pound sailfish. LONDON, May 24. (API— Britain 1 ailing foreign Secretary Erne." Bevin returns to a haspital nox Tuesday for a second operation fo hemorrhoids. A foreign office announcement said Bevin, who left the hospital May 4 after the first operation, had interrupted his treatment to attend the meetings of the Big Three and Alantic Pact foreign ministers. The foreign secretary, however. Is performing his normal duties at the foreign office and will take part in today's house of Commons debate, the announcement added. Bevin hvus siilfered from asthma and a heart ailment, for some time. Israel Orders Thrift TEL AVIV, Israel (AP)—If yol want to buy toothpaste or shavtni cream in Israel, you've got to re turn the used container. Adding lltle more austerity to an muster country, the salvage control sec Uon of the ministry of supply an rationing Is out to save just abou everything that can he saved. morning. "I just couldn't stand It. so grubbed, a handful and brought on over today." NEWARK, N. J., May 24—M'|— Arbiters of etiquette would have been shocked at all those people eating with their elbows on the table. They would have fainted dead away at the sight at chins, chests, necks, feet and shoes—also on the banquet table. The National Society of Acrobats set the delicate art of toblc manners track centuries at their fifth annual convention here yesterday. The business meeting was conducted witri strict decorum. But ien the luncheon bell sounded. Flip and flop, midget clowns. Ippcd and flopped on top ol the able, wrapped themselves around ach other, and sciotiwcd on lliclr orsos. Bile From Salad Each took it bite out of n salad owl as Ills head came lown. The soup had U> flow uphill to et into ,'elski and Fritz faronek. hey did a double-decker headland, one on top o! the other. For cocktails. Mia Jonennen of Finland assumed a pose somewhat lew In even the most fashionable ircles. Her chin and throat rested comfortably 0:1 the tablecloth be- Aveen her elbows. Her torso then bent backwards up Into the air behind her. her feet finally completing an arc and comins town firmly on the table, "n either side of Hie cockUil glass. Didn't Spill Any No. o[ course she didn't, spill any. When the Norwegian Armnndl- Ricardi l\vlns and their youngeer bother eat a triple decker sandwich they first make like a triple-decker sandwich themselves. The three of them occupied one chair. Meanwhile Matty Jonennen, Mia 1 ; husband, did what is known as an upside down body twist while eat ing his chicken a ;la king. Slin Collins did a corkscrew while downing his strawberry shortcake. No after-dinner difficulties were reported. Chicken on a Wir« Alois Smctonla was the 'daintiest ofall. He didn't even touch the table. He sauntered back rnd forth on tightrope stretched above It chewing n turkey leg all tin while. At the business session, the ncro bats voted to start shooting automobiles out of cannons this year. GOOD/ The cacao tree was Imported tnio the African Gold Coast from tropical America 70 years ago. Here's Our New l^ione Number 6817 CITY DRUG CO. Hodacol Whips Stomach Distress for Carolina Grocer This Real-Life Story a Great Lesson to Olher Folks Troubled With Vitamin B, and B,, Niacin and Iron Deficiencies the ned regime—and $8,000.000 earmarked for direct relief to the famine areas of Red China. ..These funds would be spent at .. the discretion of the President. The kill ran Into trouble as soon iis it-was; brought before the Scn- f lri' mid-atteriioonT'Seriator Taft off the attack by announcing would try to persuade the Sen. »le to re.lect the measure. Criticism of Housa Taft directed his criticism at the House language in the Point Four program us adopted by the Senate conferees last week. He said the wording of the compromise bill expands President Truman's authority beyond the limitj of technical assistance. The Ohloan argued the proposal Included & "deliberate plan" to promote U.S. Investments in backward •reas. Connally Insisted the bill still limit.'! aid to technical assistance for backward ureas. He said all It means Is that the 0.S. government will try to get an agreement with the foreign government involved Postman Rings Twice Just Like Old Days ALEXANDRIA, Va.. May 24—(/PI —The postman rang twice--jusl like the old [lays before the cut in mail deliveries-- for a display firm yesterday. He explained his surprise afternoon appearance: "I was sitting up there In the postoffice and saw all this mail piling up for delivery tomorrow POLIO SMALIPOX TETANUS DIPHTHERIA /*sur* New! 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