The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1955 · Page 10
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PAGE TEW BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 195B Even Though Uninvited U. S. Is Getting in On Bandung Conference By JAMES MAR1.OW Associated Presi Newi Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States got in on an act where it wasn't supposed to be playing. It used propaganda on Red China when the Red Chinese were supposed to be making some of their best propaganda. Secretary ' State Dulles suddenly warned about a Chinese air- power buildup opposite Formosa just as the Chinese were anxious to appear as peace-lovers to the 38 other Asian-African nations meeting with them at Bandung, Indonesia. And President Eisenhower asked Congress for J3.530.000,000 in foreign aid, most of it for Asia, Just when the Red Chinese were most eager to win over to their Side the other Afro-Asians, or as many as they could influence. The United States, the Europeans, and Russlc- were not invited to Bandung. The great mass of people represented there are colored and impoverished. AH have reason to be concerned about the outbreak of war over Formosa. Big Factor And. because of their poverty and their desire to get on their economic feet, the help they had received, or hoped to get, from the United States would be a factor in keeping them from too close alliance with Red China. On Sunday, Just before the Ban- dung meeting opened, Dulles reported the Bed Chinese had greatly intensified their nlrpower opposite Formosa. Eisenhower followed Oils quickly with a statement aimed at Bandung. He said "pence was in grave Jeopardy" and that the leaders at Bhndung had an "opportunity, at a critical hour, to voice the peaceful aspirations of the peoples of the world and exert a practical Influence for peace," Liter In the week Dulles minimized a bit the danger of war over Formosa now. But the statements by him and- Elsenhower didn't make It easier for the Chinese at Bandung to look too persuasively peaceful. And at Bandung two American friends, Iraq and the Philippines, hit. Red China with a one-two punch. It seems reasonable to think they discussed with the Unit- id Stales, before they went to Bandung, rthe role they would play there. Tore up Speech Iraq called communism a new kind of colonialism. The Philippines warned the other Afro- Asians, without mentioning communism, about a new "super-bar- burism." The week's events must hnvc had tin effect on Chou En lal,,China's foreign minister. He lore up the speech he hnd Guard Alarm Disturbed Work SALT LAKE CITY .Wi-Roland R. Wright knew he had to hurry to the air field when the National Guard alert was sounded yesterday evening. He's a lieutenant colonel In the Air National Guard and Commanding officer of the 101st Fighter- Bomber Squadron. But when the practice alnrm vent off. he was putting down concrete in the driveway thai leads to his garage. And In the 6>»>'»8C was his car. After some fash shoveling, he scooped awny enough of the wet concrete so he could get, out his car and drive to the nir field. Ansco Ready Flash Otilfil *13 95 Complete as Illustrated SI Down—50c a O'STEEN'S—111 \V. Main Beer Specials 24 cans 6 cans $3.2! .90 BUDWEISER or BLUE RIBBON 6 cans $1.00 PHILIP APPL.EBAUM LIQUOR STORE 110 S. Fifth Ph. 3-9641 KoolVcNf ALUMINUM AWNINGS FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL NOW Ph. 3-4293 SMITH AWNING CO. lit I. rim planned to make and delivered nn other. He took swipes at the United Stctes BS a war-monger but protested China's peaceful Intentions and said he didn't want to talk about the sore subject of Formosa. Yesterday Elsenhower sent Congress his message about foreign nlQ, emphasizing most of It would go to Asia. He didn't list Individually the countries which would get some of It. But a month ago Harold Stassen. fi.reign aid director, named 12 of the Asian countries represented at Bandung as among those who would get American economic help. They were Burma, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Ceylon, Thailand, Indonesia, Laos. Cambodia, the Philippines, and Japan. Ail but Burma and Ceylon already were receiving aid. Tree-Climbing Girl Brings Firemen Out DETROIT (fP) — Ten - year-old Chnrlcne Webb, usually adept at swinging through trees, caught her loot between two branches. She hung on like a monkey. Her lather unsuccessfully tried to (rcc her. He called the police. They couldn't do It either. They cnlled the fire department. Ladder group 19 clnnged to the scene. The firemen had the answer. Out cnme a hydraulic Jack. The branches were split apart and Charlcne climbed down. Ne* 1955 Air Conditioner Hubbard & Son Furniture III DYESS NEWS ! fj tUn . i. L. Jac«hs Mrs. Helen Ford and sons, Lir- ry and Bonnie, of Wilson spent Friday here with ner mother, Mrs Opal Hargraves. S/Sgt. E. W. Wood of Marietta, Ga., spent the Easter holidays here with ni.i parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wood. H.. L. Modesitt Is ill «t his home In Dycss, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cannon, Mr ,nd Mrs. Punk Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yates, Buddy Humphreys, Artls Edwards and Miss Mozelle Williams were guests at a barbecue in Marked Tree Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. Austin Chaplain were guests In Corning with their son, Billy L. Yates. and Mrs. Yates. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marshell spent Sunday at Deerlng. Mo., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lindsey. They returned their chllr drcn home who had been visiting their grandparents. Pvt. Dean Nichols, Jay and Scott Wroten and J. W. Adlson have been home from San Antonio for Major Was Real 'Minureman' HARTFORD, Conn. M—National Guard Ma.J A. Kenneth Palmer found himself In the role of an American Revolullonary War mln- uteman yesterday. When the "Operation Minuteman" test alert came, Palmer was behind a plow on hia farm In Wapping. His wife shouted across the field nnd, like a mlnutemnn of Ihe Revolution, Palmer left his plow and hurried off to Join his unit. several daya after complttlnt their b»slc training. Red Shannon wii fuest Itil week of his brother, Melvln Shannon, »nd family. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wllkci and children of, Memphis spent Sunday afternoon with h«l parents, Mr and Mrs. Tom Anderjon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardy of Wilson were supper guesta Saturday In the home of her uncle, Mr and Mrs, Frank Tyler. Mrs. Alva Taff 't having an eye operation In Memphis Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tyler visited In the George Union hom« Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hargraves were supper guests in Wilson with their daughter, Mrs. Elz Ford, and family Sunday. Mrs. Tom Anderson and her daughter, Mrs. Doris Wllkes, and children, Betty, Sandra and Bill, of Memphis, called on Mrs. Josle Jacobs Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dallas spent Sunday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Llnton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kinney have moved to Forrest City where Mr Kinney, will be employed until their home In West Memphis Is completed. Paul Francis, student at Seria- tobla College, had as his guest lor the weekend Miss Mildred Lambert also of Senatobla College. Miss Shirley Henard of Memphis spent the weekend here as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Henard. Dyess Scout Troop 34 attended the Court of Honor meeting at Wilson. Jimmy Barnes received tenderfoot badge, Ray Passmore. second class badge, Jerry James, first class badge, Clifford Wood, Harold Huff and Taylor Passmore, life pins, Jimmy Johnston, Eagle Scout. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McMillan ol Memphis spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wood. ? Who's Asleep? No on* at Noble Gill Pontiac. We feel like tht old quotation, slightly re-phrased: "The gent who wakes up and finds himself a success hasn't been asleep." We don't want to be smug about success. 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No. Highway 61 Phone 3-3721 Located in Blythevillt Warehouse Dye« Junior Cltu entertained Uw Mnlor class with a banquet and prom, The school colon waa car- rted out In the "Sttrllfht," UMmt. Mn. Ellen Fox war honorKl Sunday by her children: Nln« cbll- drtn were present. They were Mr. and Mm Tom Fox and daughters, Brenda and Louzell, and son«, Dan and David, of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lee Fox and children, Jon, Thomas and Howard; Mr. and Mrs. Jennie Fox, Osceola; Mr and Mrs. Smith Pox and daughter Helen and Hazel Irom Nettleton; Mr. and Mrs. James Fox and daughter, Tressle, Jonesboro; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Spears and sons, Butch, Charles and Richard, Lepanto; Mr. and Mrs. Brod Funderburst Calhoun City, Miss . Grandchildren present were Mr. and Mrs. Andy Fortaer and sons, Travis and Jimmle, of Osce- ola: Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Le«t of Nettleton, and Mrs Nannie Mae Holloway and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Frank Funderburg, Calhoun City. This was in honor of Mrs. Fox'i 76th birthday. 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