The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1947 · Page 11
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TIRJHSDAV, P13JMUAKY G, t'J-17 liLYTHEVILI.E (AUK.) COUU1KK NEWS ' PAGE ELEVEN iOPTarif Irks President Bi-Portisan Support Sought for Foreign Trade Program I WASHINGTON. Feb. (].--IU!'i- csulciU Trumim v es'.crdav soimlil quell an Incipient f'.op revolt airust tariff-cutting, Hr- ;if>pc;il- _ I to congress for "Bcnuinclv n;i- |iona! bipartisan" Mipport of the luiAklratioti'ii foreign ucule pro- nil" I In his first minimi rcl'wt to Con- li'css on U. S. imlipipillon in the l/iiited Nations, .Mr. Truman fall- Id for the same bipartisan sup- Port of tlie country's foreign trade IxiHuip.s that h:t.s been f;iven its in- BcrnaUonttl political program.' I The report eonridcd with jncrcas- • sigly voc:0 HepnliHcan opposi:ion |o the adinmisl rat ion's reciprocal •irailc program. Lf'uislation lias •pccn inlrurtwrn c.illin^ for post- n'lncinent of the forthcoming tar- Uf-reiluction negotiations with 11 pthcr countries at Geneva. 'Jlie President's 230-pngc report intaiuud un optiniistiv review of '.V progress dimnjr Uie firnl year pf the flerigint: or;*:inii'/.ition. It credited Ihe United Slates wiUi ! Playing a vi'.iil role in the UN's irowth to dntc. In a letter transmitting Uie re- iiwrt. Mr. Truman eitcd major UN [developments—especially the "(Jen•oral AssC!lll)ly'.<i tlemonstration of It.i power 'o influence the policies lol nations and to bring about Isreater understanding among (lliem." Sees Crave Dangers Ahead But ]io warned of grave dangers lahcad anil of the possiiMluy th-^t |currciH hope and conliilence in JH could be "betiayea and lost." Tlie President then indicated Llic^ growing eoncern of liimself n^P otlier aiiniinistration leaders over Republican atlaeks on the country's international economic | policies. Mr. Truman reiterated that tin Portbl-to-Portal Hearing Texas Baptists Oppose Degree - c or President Volunteer As Guinea Pigs in Testing Vitamins VICTDHIA, TiX., 1'V). G. Itll'l-- DisupproviO by Tcxus lliiptlsls 'of » H.\ylor University decision to confer an lionovt.yv tU'^Vi-e on I'vesi- clL'iH Tn'.tmm continued to be heard todiiy. DKtiu-t r.mr at tlie iJ^pilst Convention lust nlsht \veni i:n record lu eiiposltlon to tiu> \V,u-o r.diool's Invitation to the I'ri'slik'iH, The district comcmiou coiiiiiini\! Ihe Maud tnla-ii last yi-ar by the SMle Gi'lHM'iH, Conventiin:, which crilli'lseil I't-csldcnt Trumun for Ills latitude, toward (Irlnkint; and iiumb- lir.K. l)t\,|>tli- tin- iirotosls. (Vie HivllUsl institution did not withdraw Its invitation. Tin- President ouscd tilt' situulion iolUi\vin£ lUe convention .stand last, y< l :ir :>y min'Hmi'ln would not :u'L'ci:l iiny more lionor- iiry ^ujtri'es. lint Mf. Tnunnn nu'.ionnt.'i'd iv- ceully lie would sloji ul Waco, Mnrt'li 0. in !>k'k u:> I lie tlfEi'ce in route to Wiistiiiii'tou utter «" air tvn> U> Mi'Xiro. 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Hut, he warned: , "Our policy . . . must be eKen effective practical application on a genuinely national bipartisan b-.isis in cvery'activity of the United Nations. "This Is just us necessary in the economic and .socinl fields as it is in the political Held. "We. must pursue without hesitation bipartisan policies of economic cooperation with the rest of the world in such matters as economic reconstruction and de- I velopmeiit and the expansion of i world trade ami employment. \ "Because of the interdependence of the economy of nations, it will also be vital to \vorld recovery ;is well a.'; to our own pro.speritv that we maintain at home H stable economy o[ high employment." T\ir. Truman said the U. H, responsibilities in the UN are iiurtic- ulnrly heavy. But "no nation," lie added, "has a higher stake in '.he outcome, than our ovn." Read Courier News Want Ads. 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