The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 26, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 26, 1947
Page 8
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BIGHT BLTTHttVlUJB (AR K .) COURIER NEWS Truman Modifies Trade Program Acts in Interest Of Safeguards to • American Interests fob, 26. CUP) — President Tinman yesterday modi- fled the reciprocal trade program to make "doubly sure, that American interests will be properly safeguarded.'' i He also called for bl-pai-tisan cooperation on foreign economic as well as political matters. " Al 1 of us must . ub w recogn ize t h a t bi-partlsnn support for our foreign economic policy, ns well as of our foreign policy In general is essential," Mr. ^Truman snld in a statc- 'inenl accompanying an executive order modifying the trade program. The order provides: 1. That "escape clauses" be writ.. ten into reciprocal trade agreements . permitting abrogation of tariff reductions thai aro found to be harmful to American industries. 2. That the tariff commission be nulhoriied ' to study cbmpln|n(s by industries adversely affected by proposed tariff cuts. These provisions represent a compromise worked out between Undersecretaries of State Dean Acheson and William L. Clayton, on the one hand, and Sens. Arthur H. Vanden- bevg, R., Mich., and Eugene Milll- kin,.R., polo., on 'the other. Bevin Critical Of Truman's i Jewish Policy LONDON, Feb. 26. (UP)^Forel?n Secretary Ernest Bevln charged tonight in the House of commons that President Trumiin •wrecked —British negotiations for solution of, the Palestine problem by demanding Immediate entrance of 100,000 Jews. Bevin revealed that he ' had pleaded -with Secretary of State James P. Byrnes In Paris at the time of the foreign ministers conference In an effort to get him to dissuade President Truman from Issuing the demand for entry of the .Jews into Palestine. His pleas,, he said, . were futile and the Truman declaration was L. issued just as Bevln believed his ; negotiations were on the threshold i, of success. \ ThoTnimnn statement, hechnrg- f ed, "spoiled" the talks then In i progress with Jewish lenders In I Pnris. Hoover to See Truman WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 (Up) — Former 1 President Herbert' Hoover >ick from a food' study mission in Europe, will confer with Presi- Some Booty aid of expectant mothcrt. He even soothed (he tathers-to- The War Department look custody of the seven tons or Hohenzollern. silverware which the 175 Army Regiment captured at t|i c Elbe Hlver In Germany and brought tack to Baltimore ns war booty. Part of the silver is shown above. It will bc> placed In the National Gallery or A" for safekeeping until Die War Department decides whether tho regiment should be permitted to keep It as a trophy. The treasure is valued as high ns $800,tt)0, (NEJA Telephoto.) dent Truman ;it 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Ihe While House announced today. Mr. Hoover's report on Eurojwau food conditions Is expected io be published Saturday. Read Courier News Want Ads. News, When it Strikes Close to Home, Upsets Calm, Confident Fellow PHILADELPHIA, Ffcb. 25—(UP) —Henry Lauderbaek, police radio dispatcher, was cool and confident At all times I keep on hand several*tractors and eciuiiiment, including new and used. I have John Dec re, Fiirmull and other makes. Also have for sale lit nil times 70 to 80 head of mules. Terms can be arranged. 1 will trade for almost anything you have. see F. C. CROWE T Mile South Braggadocio, Mo. WEDNKSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1947 Yesterday, a sputtering, excited trolman on duty tried to understand what the caller was saying. Finally h e talked coherently. It was Lauderbiick. ills wife was going to have a baby and he wanted to know what he should do. Read Courier News Want Ads. 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