Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on May 9, 1963 · Page 6
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 6

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, May 9, 1963
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4 Thi Artisoft Republic Miy 1,1MI GOP Flays Kennedy in VE Day Attack SEN. EVERETT WRKSfeN He Held The Floor Science Foundation Grants ASU $45,000 TEMPE—The National Science Foundation has awarded two grants worth $45jOOO to Arizona State University's chemistry and electrical engineering departments for support of undergraduate scientific equipment programs. The funds, which are matched by the university, will enable the departments to purchase equipment to upgrade, expand and modernize undergraduate laboratory courses. WASH1NGPTON (Af») - Republican after Republican rose in the Senate yesterday to flay President Kennedy with accusations that hi* policies have caused "a great leap backward" in U.S. prestige Around the world. this day was chosen for the concerted attack because it is the 18th anniversary of VE Day, when victory was won in Europe in World War II. With Republican leader Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois holding the floor and giving the go-ahead to his colleagues, they used such phrases as these to decry Kennedy's policies: —"OUR international standing has slipped low. indeed," Sen. John tower. R-Tex. "—"Our foreign relations a over the world are in disarray, Sen. Frank Carlson, R-Kan. —"things have gone from ba to worse," Sen. Jacob K. Javits R-N.Y. When the Republicans finishec Senate Democratic leader Mik Mansfield of Montana made a emotional reply. He said not on constructive alternative to this na tion's policies of the last 18 year "was offered on the floor of th Senate today." "The easiest thing a politician can do is to find fault withou offering any constructive alterna ttves." Mansfield said. HE ADDED that the Repubti cans' speeches added up to charge of continual failure of U.S policy since World War It, even though Republicans wen in power in the White House during eight years of that period. 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