The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1956 · Page 9
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MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1956 BLITHTLVILLE (A1W.} PAGE NtNJ, Current Foreign. Policy Was Authored by Keenay By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — If Secretary of State Dulles, in talking about the Russians' switch to a- softer line, sometimes sounds as if he had just been reading George Kennan, it is an oblique tribute to former President Truman. Dulles seldom pays any direct tributto to Truman. He almost never mentions him. But he says the Russians have been forced to change their tactics by the U.S. policy 01 foreign aid and military alliances. This policy as laid down by Truman. It is largely followed b: the Eisenhower administration This is flattering to Trunian. he acknowledged this week, and it might seem enough to makt him content. Somethinr New But it doesn't. What he prefers he said, is for the Eisenhower ad ministration to come up with some new program to meet chang ing conditions because the times call for it. Kennan was the State Depart ment's top expert on Russia anc director of its policy planning: staff when the cold war was starting in 1947. That was the year Truman began the foreign program which President Eisenhower continues. Kennan has been credited with thinking up the idea which became U.S. policy. It's been callec "containment." The idea was simple enough: stop Russian expansion by building & ring of military alliances around the Soviets. Eisenhower and Dulles have continued and Increased the military alliances begun by Truman. Policy Writing in the magazine Foreign Affairs in 1947, Kennan stated the policy: "The main element of any United States policy toward the Soviet Union must be that of lon.tj-term, patient but firm and visrilant containment . . ." Although in the 1952 presidential campaign Dulles criticized mere "containment" as futile, the day after election he reassured "our friends abroad who will fear lest our foreign policies change." Dulles not only didn't change those policies, he pursued them. Kennan, predicting In his 1947 magazine piece what containment would accomplish, said: ". . . The United States has it in its power to increase enormously the strains under which Soviet policy must operate, to force upon the Kremlin ft far greater degree of modera- toin and circumspection. . ." Sees Shift Last Feb. 26 Dulles said there had been a "notable" shift in Soviet foreign policy beep use the Russians "have been thwarted by the free world." He called the military alliances heavy pressure or. the Soviets. On Feb. 24 he said Russian policies of intolerance and violence "have gradually ceased to produce results. . . The iree nations have banded together. . The result is that they (the Russians) have got to revamp their whole creed from A to Z." At times Dulles doesn't seem sure whether the Russians are revamping "their whole creed from A to Z" or whether they are just shifting their tactics because they think they can catch more flies with molasses than with Stalin's vinegar. On April 3 Dulles said: " , . . Insofar as I am aware, the Soviets, while they have attempted to disavow much of Stalin's program and many of his acts, have not themselves come up with any substitute . . . "The downgrading of Stalin does not of itself demonstrate that the Soviet regime has basically changed its foreign or domestic policies." LABOR DAYS America and Canada are the only industrial nations which celebrate Labor Day on the first Monday in September. In other parts of the world, May 1 has labor's holiday since 1889, been NAACP Seeks To Escape Injunction NEW ORLEANS I*—The Louis «na State Supreme Court h»s unde consideration » petition by the Ns tiona] Assn. for the Advancemen or Colored People asking nullifies tlon of an Injunction banning th group's activities in the state. A. P. Tureaud. chief state coui scl for the NAACP, asked the coin to issue writs preventing the Di. trict Court from taking any furthe action under the Injunction. Tureaud told the court th NAACP complied win federa statutes for removal of the issu to federal court. The state revived an ancient la originally aimed at the Ku Klu Klan in an effort to cripple NAACF activities. The 1924 l«\v require most groups to file membershi lists with the secretary of state office annually. The state contend ed the.NAACP repeatedly failed U comply with the law. U. S. Dist. Judge J. Skelle Wright reprimanded the state to continuing with the suit after th NAACP tiled tor federal action. Bu j he said he was powerless until high Read Courier News Classified Ads. I er state courts ruled on the suit. With Deep Gratitude To the many friends of my dear mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal, for the heartfelt prayers, flora] offerings, and kind encouraging words, during their recent suffering. As they are recovering, and because we have witnessed God in action, I would appreciate it very much if any future tokens of sympathy he made in the form of contributions to Blytheville's churches. Value that says: BUY! at a price that says: NOW! Take a new look at the low price field — and see how much more Studebaker gives for your money! You get more car (up to 120Mt" wheelbase)! More power (up to 275 hp. ( standard -in the Golden Hawk)! More sltjle (the only really t\ew styling this year)! More savings (from the all-time Mobilgas Economy champ)! 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