The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 28, 1950
Page 11
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1950 ' (ARK.)' COURIER NfTWS PAGE ET.ETIW Pentagon Fears Public War Spirit May Drop By ELTON C. FAY AP MlliUrj Attain Reporter WASHINGTON, ScjH, 28. (Jfl— A gnawing Pentagon worry over a possible ebbing popular support [or the nation's defense program was aggravated yesterday by Russia's lln was beginning to realize It had guessed wrong, that (he Communist excursion into war in Korea had kindled American interest in de fensc and accelerated (lie expansion of the armed forces. These officials reasoned Moscow's play now should be something to correct the ~- • - . - , . MIUUIU u~ .M'liiuLiiiug lu tmniv VIA*latest peace propaganda play »>Wj D | imt ier, a new note of softness, «nth« prospect of *n early end to the Korean war, Ujj^tary officials. charged by Congress and the president other "pence" overture. It shoulil be limed to cud of the shooting war In Korea, to benefit by the expected nalmal reaction to military pro grams. the task of rebuilding the armed forces -,$to discourage more Communist aggressions, had expressed deep concern over the posslbtlty months ago. They emphasized, In talks with newsmen, that after both world wars a strong public reaction set In against maintaining nnythitig but a skeleton military force. Tlie .swing of the pendulum after World War I swept aside projects to keep a reasonably sized military force-in-belng and ultimately carried through to the second phase- wholesale naval disarmament. Congress, responding as it should to popular will, frowned on any military appropriations other than those foi the bare bones of a feeble- Army and Navy. accession Was Swiff The recession Irom the flond tide of World War II military strength was not as extensive but it was swift. Demands for demobilization for the Immediate return of men under arms to civil life resulted ill the rapid deflation of the Army. Navy. Marines and Air Force to a fraction of the strength they had only a few months before. A few military and diplomatic of- „,„., „„„, „, ficials spoke timidly about the ue^il | develop a TV idea which her ag> continuing defense in a world ; j,. lve )j, le(1 u ,, Tri e scrl;s Is titled wruve international tension con- | .. Mls ,; j> r j va i e Eyeful." with Claire tirfjk. But It was not until, the | play(ng a f cmme detective. . . . Hollywood Continued from Page 8 Fury" in Phoenix, producer Bob Slillman hired several Skid-Row wines lo play themselves. One of them just wrote Bob this note: "You can expect me in Hollywood shortly since acting in pictures is natural island scenery for "Birds ofjditcer, was ordered yesterday to the only tune I ever enjoyed work- i i'arad;se." When the cameras star I-' serve A yea]- in jail and pay a ing for ii living. If I had become e rf lo grind. Director Di-lincr naves '1,000 line for contempt of Conan actoi 1 when I was you tig.. I don't (Jeciu.cJ thai a natural Hawaiian ;;:'css. "LOOK, NO TRUCK!"—All that's missing here Ij the funili«r cab and engine that usually go with a huge cargo trailer. TbU on« IE a self-propelled trailer that burns propane for fuel. Th« motorized trailer was designed by Paul Collins of Kent, O., and U on display in Chicago. Another Great Hudson Value! BIGGEST TOPCOAT NEWS IN TEN YEARS! tliink I would ever have wound up ' watci-rul wasn't colorful enough the bum I am now." fake cascade con. and ordered . • » I structcd. Director Gordon Do 11 g I a s is ' b S!l lg c£" ( r^i«a 1< e=mnLr i Sco« Draws Jail Fine tion for its nntl-crimo theme, Ohio I rOf Contempt Or CongrGSS censors.banned his "Kiss Tomorrow | WASHINGTON, Sept. 28. l/Pj Goodbye" because it *'glamcrl2ed Adrian Scott, movie writer and pro- was (he last of the so-called "Hollywood 10" to be sentenced after being, convicted of contempt for refusing to tell a Congressional committee whether they were Communists. The scientific name for ox-ey weed is hcliopsis, Claire Trevor will take a month i off after -Best of thc Budincn" to I which her agents __, of 1948. after the Communist seizure of Czechoslovakia hnd made plain the aggressive intention? of Russia, -hat the tide bepan to 'urn. A start on rebuilding national defenses was made. The historic trends marie mili- tary'men ot tills new era millions. fr'acls Uchintl Hie Scene That accounts for the curious fact that behind the scenes some of tfoe highest officials in the Pentagon have counseled against an all-out mobilization of military and productive effort even in the face of the Koican \vjir. One competent military authority, talking early last month to ne\vs r men, summed it up this way: Go all-out for mobilization now and you don't know what may happen in six months. The pccn>le nv {swing .the other way, as they did alter the world wars, and leave us in an even worse situation than we are now. -Belter "Take Uri Slnck" He figured it's better just to take up now the slack in manpower ant arms, get some of the new weapons hi production, fill the supply Hnes- coBitct the deficiencies. -^Pentagon officials evidenced m surprise at- the , peace.; a.tamic. con trol' and' disarmament- statement cr.dnrsed'by Deputy Soviet Fore!?i Minister -Jakob Malik and' brnnriet propaganda by the. Slate Depart mmt. <cefe Brasselle won't be starring n any future pictures for the Ida - Collier Y:ung producing j jrroup. The temperature between I Keefc and Icia. who discovered him/ .s coiner than n polar bear's nose. What's With Yvonne-? The town's buzzing over the how- come of Ul signing Moreen Vrga, vho fs a ttead ringer for the same studio's big rnormy-mp.kcr, Yvonne de Carlo. 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