The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1956 · Page 2
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FAGS TWO BLYTHITILLl (ARK.) OOURH* MWI TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 19M Arkonsons In Woshingfon Fulbright Joins Critics of Dulles By GORDON BROWN WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. J. William Fulbright has -joined the critics of Secretary of State Dulles for his foreign policy comments in the widely .publicized, greatly debated "brink of war" article in Life magazine. "It was in very bad taste," said Fulbright, third ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations committee, "it was unwise, untimely and unstatesmanlike." Fulbright said he is fearful the article will be valauable propaganda, for the Russians and "this I resret very much." — Fulbright commented that the Secretary of State should be "very careful, very cautious" in his statements. But the Liie article, he said, appeared to be aimed for a political effect without too much regard to the effect on international relations. "And," he added, "this is not the first time Mr. Dulles has done this." Propaganda Ammunition Elaborating on the idea that the article would give propaganda ammunition to the Reds, Fulbright i magazine. on the bill and then held the floor while Sen. Douglas (D-H1), an opponent of the legislation, asked numerous questions. Several times during the exchange Fulbright complained ol being weary and finally resorted to,leaning against a chair. Next morning he was still tired. "I think it was because it was the first time this year wasn't in condition," he said but confessed he might be feeling his ... spend many dollars and much time trying to prove to other that we have a better better policy than the Look for some lively skirmishing by the Arkansas and Oklahoma delegations the next few weeks to get Congress to override President Eisenhower and vote fund; for the Arkansas river projects— specifically the Dardanelle and Eufaula dams. The President, in a rather unusual action, singled those projects out in his message for specific attention, saying he opposed funds for them at this time. With two members—Rep. Norrell and Sen. McClellan—on the Appropriations Committees, the Arkansans are rather strategically placed. Also going for the Arkansans are these facts: that the President recommended an increase in funds for water projects, the first time he hasn't called for a decrease; that because of hurricane damage said: "We _.mch counties Russians. Then along conies this article and undoes all that effort "The tendency among the neutral countires will be to say 'the United States and Russia are alike—just a lot of blusttr anil big talk.' Certainly the statements by Dulles would tend to confrim this." Fulbright said that if the net effect of what Dulles was saying i* that "ttoe United States will not •land lor peace at any price," he couldn't quarrel with that idea because "we've already proved that —we proved It in Korea." Rep. Auchincloss (R-NJ), Strug- age. But, he said in his cwn defense, "I don't think I would have minded if it had been a lively exchange. But Douglas just kept going over the same ground time after time and it was rather dull. It almost sounded like he was filibustering." the tunnel connecting the Capitol •with the House Office Bidding. The other day Rep. Brooks Hays (D-Ark) hitched a ride with him «nd » photographer snapped the days later, Hays heard picture. A few , from a constituent who had seen the published picture. • "»'s an right to let a republican take you for a ride like that," the constituent warned Hays, "but don't let them take you for any ether kind of a ride." yttlbright isn't certain whether he'i out o( condition or getting old, but a four-hour stint on the Beiwt* Floor this week discussing his natural gas bill left him pretty weary. Fulbright made a lengthy speech IN BASIC — Completing Air Force basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex., is Joe Daniel Griffin, 17, of Leachville. He is the son of D. H. Griffin. His training is preparing mm lor entrance iutu Ah Force technical training or for nn Air Force duty assignment. PERFECT SCORE—Raymond W Westbrook, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs P. H. Westbrook, of Blythe- the only—perfect News oi Men In the Service Airman Third Class Jerry B. Frazer son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Frazer' of Hermondale, processed at Parks Air Force Base, Calif., en- route to Japan Prior to his shipment to the Par East he was stationed at.Chanute AFB, 111. He attended Holland High School before enlisting in the Air Force in March, 1955. PPG George Wilson. 36, son of Willie R. Wilson, route 3, Blytheville, recently took part in a field training exercise held by the 4th Infantry Division in Germany. Wilson Is assigned to Headquarters Company, 8th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Battalion, of the "Ivy" Division in flood control projects and may support Arkansas in return for support. Reps. Trimble and Hays. Arttan sas Democrats, are busy rounding up support for the Arkansas program and were observed the other day in a huddle with speaker Sam Rayburn (D-Texasl who at least nodded sympathetically once or twice. Nashua Is a Snorer HIALEAH, la. </P) — Latest news from Nashua's stall at Hialsah Park race track Is that he snores while sleeping. Stablehands also say he kicks in his sleep, apparently while dreaming of reaching the one million dollar goal in earnings. PFC Loha A. Watkins, 21, son of Virgil D. Watkins, of Steele, is scheduled to leava the TJ. S. for Germany this month as part ,of Operation Gyroscope, the ' Army's unit rotation plan. His unit, the llth Airborne Division, will replace the 5th Infantry Division in Europe. It Is now stationed at Ft. Campbell, Ky. Watkins is a survey specialist in headquarters battery. Pvt: James P. Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Price, pi Blytheville, has been assigned to Company C, 46th Armored Infantry Battalion for common basic training He is stationed at Camp Chaffee Upon completing eight weeks ol training, he will either be assigned to another post or remain at camp Chaffee for additional training in his military occupational specialty. PFC Freeman L. Kester, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee F. Kester, Blytheville, is scheduled to leave the o 38 muscle-men... at your command It would take 38 men .to do tht work (hat electricity docs in your home. And these electric muscle-men never tir*. They'rt at your beck and f»H twenty-four hour* a day. All over your house, electric servants work t« make your lift eMltr, more convenient. For pennies a day, they help with the laundry, cooking, cleaning, dish**. Your electric company Is constantly striving to supply you with electricity at a price no low that it stays th* biggest bargain In your budget. Ark-Mo Power Co. score ever recorded in an Air Force examination at the Little Rock Recruiting Oflice. Young Westbrook has been sent to Lackland Air Force Base, Tex., for basic military training. U S. for Germany this month. He is at Ft. Campbell, Ky. He is a surveyor in Battery A 457th Field Artillery. Battalion, 11 til Airborne Division PFC Ted Hemphill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hemphill, of Horners-ville, recently took part in "Polo Ball", a Seventh Army command post exercise in Germany. The exercise tested communications, clothing, equipment and supply operations in snow, rain, mud, cold and wind. Hemphill, a mechanic in the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment's headquarters company, enntered the army in October, 1953. He attended Hornersville High School. Sgt, Mike Frost, officer in charge of the Blytheville Army Recuting Station, announced today the enlistments of seven young men from Mississippi County. Names, branches chosen and resdencse are: C E. Lee, armored corps,, Gosnell; H. M. Woberson, signal corps, Blytheville; Charles Moore, signal corps. Dell; John H. (Sossett, military police, Blytheville; John W. Sanderson, army security agency, and Billy G. Williams, ordnance corps, FINISHES SCHOOL — Army To. U. James A. Ford, !U. sun o( Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ford, of Senath, recently was graduated from the Infantry School's basic infantry officers course at Ft. Benning, Ga. He was a 1951 graduate of Senate High School and graduated from LSU hi 1955. MEDICAL STUDENT — Pvt. Poire A. Dobbias^-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude V. Bunn, of Manila, has been assigned to Medical Field Service School at Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., for duty as a student following graduation from eight weeks of basic training at the WAC Center at Fort McClollan, Ala. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Betty Pruitt, Pltf. vs. No. 13,202 Vewin Lee Pruitt, Dft. The defendant, Vewin Lee Pruitt, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Betty Pruit. Dated this 9th day of January. 1956. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Guy Walls, Atty. for Pltf. Ed B. Cook, Atty. Ad Litem 1/10-17-24-31 Yarbro. Pvt. William E. Byrd Jr., 1, whose parents live at Kennett, recently was assigned to the V Corps in Germany. He is a member of the 529th Field Artillery Battalion's Headquarter Battery. Byrd is a 1955 graduate of Kennett High School. •AR OLDEST OHAKTEK Th« University of Georgia, located »t Athens, 1» the oldest chartered state university IB the United States. Chartered in 1186, U was opened in 1801. By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. James M. Gardner, Atty. for Pltf. 1/10-17-21-S1 Read Courier Newi OltMlfied Adi. 1DOCTORS IKNOWI — thll Ublet il »»*• be.! litrourchlld'l i««di.trjlttodijl Beeai.nj»tv*-j« ^^M^I Ufa/ft ti'Htf Ssllini tspiri/i fir ChiHiu WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Sally D Smith, Pltf. vs. No. 13,203 Richard N. Smith, Dft. The defendant, Richard N. Smith, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Sally D. 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