The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1956 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 16, 1956
Page 12
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MONDAY, JANUARY 1«, fAOBTWILTB Dul/es Loo/cs with Pride On. Indo-Ckina. Strategy By JAMES MARLOW AMOclaled Press New« Aulyfi . ..' WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State Dulles, who seems to have a sunny nature, fe able to look back upon his part in events with pride and contentment although the same gvents may have left others shaken and gloomy R may come as a surprise to the in Berlin on Feb. :», 1054, the « may ouiuc OQ » i- ,«„„ -civonoH nrAcsiirerf Dulles into Communists that Dulles, recalling his role in the Indochina war, to think he soared the daylights out "of them although they won half of Viet Num. Life magazine, In an interview with Dulles, Quotes Mm as saying —and he says the quotes are sub- atanttally correct — the United States h« been brought to tns brink of war three times In 18 months, once in Indochina. Dulles seems to think that getting up to the edge, and teetering on it, is artistic. He said, "The ability to get to the verge without jetting into ihe war is the necessary «'•" Needs Explaining French pressured Dulles into agreeing to meet with the British, French, Russians and Red Chines* in Geneva on April 26 to discuss Southeast Asian problems. At this point, the Indochinese Reds opened an French at Dien attack on Bien Phu. March 28 Dulles was badly worried. He said the free world should take "united action" to save Indo- china. This was a long way from going H alone. Since this was his plan for saving Indochina, he hurried to Britain and Trance. Would they join? Nothing doing. They wanted to watt to see what happened «t Geneva In April about ending the war. Dulles left Geneva while the French let the Reds have half of Viet Nam as a price of peace. 50-Year-Old Nurse Held In Love Triangle Shooting a im a little MOREIS m. OH — A 50-year-old ting the shooting described the ro- this wav i nurse has been charged with at- mance as a torrid one and said tempted murder for emptying - Att«r World War n the French, who ha4 held Indochina almost 100 years tused and the exploited still re- people .their independence. The revolt which broke out came under the control of the Aidoehinese Beds.;, Tie rebels were only guerrillas, but in a war which lasted from U46 to 1954, the French couldn't ; rally the rest of the Vietnamese. 'They saw .little sense in fighting to perpetuate French colonialism. ' While this war was staggering along, the Eisenhower administration in the fall of. 1953 announced : Ms "new loot" for the military' forces: less money for better. protection, the administration said. Dulle* on Jan. 12, 1954, attempted, to explain the "new look.";It . was designed, he said, to depend "primarily upon a great capacity to retaliate massively.": the Reds This may hive scared the Beds— although they kept right on fight- tag the Indochina war. It certainly scared .American allies,- .who had visions of themselves being led into war by this country. Duties tried some . more explaining. So did other members of tb» administration. There was a lot of confusion for some weeks. i Yice President Nixon said TJ. S. ' troops might have to be used in Indochina. But President Eisenhower said ; It would be tragic for American ; forces to become involved there. Sen. Knowlanft of California, the Senate Republican leader, said he could give "categorical assurance" there was no intention of sending American troops to Indochina. At a foreign; ministers meeting pitsol at a woman she considered her rival for the affections of S. J. (Jim) Holderman, chairman of the State Industrial Commission. The other woman, Miss Elsa, Kussler, S3, Holderman's secretary, remains in critical condition at Morris Hospital from three bullet wounds suffered in the shooting Saturday. Mrs. Ruth Olson, Grundy County public health nurse, is held on $25,000 bond. Arraignment is scheduled .today. Holderman said he dated Mrs. Olson occasionally but that Mrs. Olson had never been more to him than a casual social companion. Mrs. Olson in a'statement admit 13 Unlucky? PALM SPRINGS, Calif. number 13 means nothing to actor Gene Evans and his new bride, singer-actress Patti Powers. They obtained a marriage license Friday the 13th and were married Saturday in a ceremony 'attended by 13 guests. He is 31, she, 24. that she and Holderman had been intimate on a number of occasions. Holderman, 54, a .widower, Is also Orundy County chairman of the Republican party. The stapling occurred in the women's lounge of the Morris Building, where Holderman maintains law offices. Only Mrs. Olson and Miss Kussler were present, Mrs. .Olson said Hqlderman stopped taking her out and began dating Miss months ago. Kussler about six Days Hare Son HOLLYWOOD (JP) — It's another son for singer'Dennis Day and his wife Peg. The boy, Paul Thomas was born yesterday. He weighed 1 pounds IS ounces. The Days have three other boys and two girls. SOUTHERN "REVERE" "Paul Revere of the' South" was the title given to Captain James Jack, who rode on horseback to Philadelphia to carry the Mecklen burg Declaration of. Independence to the Continental Congress. When Your Child Catches Cold GIVE HER RELIEF FROM SUFFERINC THAT Does More Than Work on Chest She needs Vicks VapoRub- tubes. Congestion starts the proved medication that breaking up. Coughing eases. acts two ways at once. Warming relief conies, last* When you rub it on, Vapo- for hours. Hub quickly relieves rtmscu- So when colds strike, ae- lar soreness. Atthesametime, pend on- VapoRub's medicated vapors A § § f* tf ** bring rellel with every breath. ^g I V* f\ 9 Soothing medication trav- V VA PO R O 8 els deep into your child's nose, «•*_»./*./ B~M^inR*jMf throat and large bronchial fu»w~«~-~<***™**i """ — • -• • ^ •» «t». IrW» M«rb. Running water brings us health And other things worth more than wealth. Without it we would thirst and swell, Our homes might burn or would not sell. It irrigates sweet peas and roses Washes necks and ears and noses; At the movies cools the air For the lovesick, spooning pair. Sprinkles (he lawn and never tires; Bathes the babe, his pants and gown; Makes insurance rates go down. Flushes toilets, fills the tub For dirty clothes, aye, there's the rub; We(s our whistles, keeps us clean Makes the vegetables green. These things running water bring? 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