The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1950 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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THURSDAY, MAY 25. 1050 fARK.Y COUHTE* KRWH GOP Senators Seek Point Four Defeat Senate to Vote ' On Foreign Aid Plan Today WASHINGTON, May 25 —</!>)— Republican senators put on steam today in a stretch drive to defeat President Truman's $35,000,000 Point Four plan to aid backward areas of the world. The decision was due atT3:30 p.m. <EST), when the Senate was sched- ied to vote on a Senate-House onference deport on the $3,120,550,000 foreign aid program which contains the Point Four plan. Chairman Connally (D-Tex) of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said the Democratic leadership had enough votes—some of them Republican—to approve the compromise authorization bill. Decision To Be Close But senators agreed generally the decision wonid be close. The Senate approved a different version of the Point Four plan last month only by the margin of a single vote—37-3S. Republicans under the leadership of Senator Taft of Ohio were trying to force the aid bill back into conference to be stripped of its Point Pour provisions. Not With ERP Senator Minikin (El-Colo) said the Point Four plan—the fourth point in President 'Truman's 1049 Inaugural address—should "not be mixed up with the dying European Recovery Program" which ends in 195?. Taft and other GOP lawmakers have charged the plan as now written could be the beginning of an endless program of economic aid to nations all over the world. And they say the "underdeveloped areas" conceivably could include Russia and her Communist satellites. _ /fe'u'- ConnalJy denied there is any Q»lre or mtent to help Communist countries through the Point Four plan—or that it would become another Marshall plan spending program. Communist Plan Senator Jenner (R-Ind) saw the Point Four plan "as part of the Communist plan to force the western world to destroy itself and to force America to spend herself into bankreptcy." Jenner said Earl Browder. former chief of the U.S. Communist party, was the "architect and advocate" of the Point Four plan which he said *as designed in Moscow. Both Jenner and Senator McCarthy IR-Wis) linked their criticism of the plan with Haldore Hanson, Stale EJepartment official who is in charge of technical planning. Hanson Denies Charge McCarthy said a Senate foreigi: relations subcommittee has testimony that Hanson was regarded of » Communist—an allegation Hanion has sharply denied, gftnner said he didn't know whether Hanson Is a "card-carrying Communist." But he added Hanson was helping to draft the program "which the Communists Death to Ride Highways May 30 CHICAGO, May 25. M>)—The National Safety Council said today in the Politburo In Moscow the counting on as essential in their expanding conquest of the Western world." Republican senators indicated that if Ihcy lost this aftevnoon they would continue their fight when the aid bill goes to the appropriations committee tvhfcli must furnish the cash for the program. that some 290 persons have a very shoit time left to live. That many, it estimated, will be killed in Memorial Day weekend traffic. The estimate Is based on a four- diy Holiday period with very heavy traffic—nearly 30,000.000 automobiles on the move—throughout the nation, The estimate covers only victim: who will experience accidents and die during the period— Saturday through Tuesday — not (hose who will die later from holiday accidents. Ned H. Dearborn, president of (lie council, said the probable death list could be cut in half "if motorists met the holiday hazards with extra caution and courtesy." Tractor-Trailer Driver Wins Road Hero Award For Halting Runaway LOS A NO BILES, May 25 —</P|— Wayne Simpson, who drives a trac- tor-semitrailer for a brewing company, was given a hero award yesterday for stopping a runaway truck and trailer. He was driving i 15-ton load down a five mile grade on the ridge route last July when he spotted (he driver of another truck- Irailer, Its brakes burned out, scrapping a roadside embankment In an effort to slow down. Simpson maneuvered hl.s rig in front of the runaway and gradually halted both vehicles with his brakes. He was presented with the highway hero award silver hcdal and a scroll. Bergman Marries Rossellini ROME. May 25 — (/?}— Robertoman. Rossellini ana fngrid Bergman, TW whose widely publicized romance «as climaxed last February by the birth 01 a son, were married by proxy yesterday In Juarez, Mexico. The nupitals In absentia broke througlj legal delays that had blocked the couples path In the United States. Sweden and Italy since February, when Miss Bergman quit her dim career to bear the Italian director's son. The ceremony was periormed at 12 noon (KST) by Judge Orozco In Juarez, just across the Rio Grade from El Paso. The judge said Juarez attorney Javier Alvarez signed the register for nossellinl and Artnro Gomez Trevlno, another Juarez lawyc, slgnerd to Miss llerg- u'tfnesses were present—Marcello Girosi, a New York attorney I for Ros.sellinu. and William A. Cookc. El Paso attorney. RosseHinl announced the marriage in Rome through a spokesman and declared "this Is not bigamy, Miss Hercman Is now legally Mrs. Rossellini." "Old at 40,50,60?" — Man, You're Crazj _torm jour »«i TJioua»u.|j trt p«|ipj *l 70. Trx yHiHiu 1 A i Rtl drug Hlythovllto. ilolor ««|L. lo Ixxly'i Uek of Iron ou]«i «ll "oli!." "IV* :!'. >iiu[i£*r [Mj^rj, lm» stores everywhere — In t Klrby & Wood* Drug ARE ABOUT THAT PARTY? Thou delight your gues(s with these new refreshment ideas.. .those famous''Cute Cukes", Dixie Dame Pickles. • RfD BUDS Gherkins resembling moss rose buds stuffed with cher- • OLIVE STYLE Gherkins stuffed with pi- mienlos. • MIDGET DILLS Small whole gherkins, dill and garlic flavored. • CHERRY CAPS Gherkins stuffed with whole red cherries. « POLKA DOTS Artichoke halls stuffed with dots of capers and pimientos. Also many other varieties . . . all to be found at the Mixins & Fixiris Dep't. FOSTER'S LIQUOR STORE 1W! North Brftarfway THE BIGGEST WRINGER WASHER VALUE IN YEARS \ r f\r\ r\ v CAD ^ ers a $ ensationa i $ a ' e VJUV/U I CAK On This Deluxe Washer by General Electric You Get All of This: Beautiful "Instinctive" Wringer Washer, Reg. Price 169.95 - PLUS- TWO Large Double Rinse Tubs Regularly Priced at 15.95 PLUS 15 Boxes ol Soap Powder All for s 169 95 24 Mos. to Pay Beautiful White Enamel TO Lbs. 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The 17 inch rotary Made has adjustable culling height ..the Clinton air-cooled engine is btiilf for years of rugged service. $ 147 50 EASY TERMS 213 WEST MAIN ST.

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