The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 22, 1959 · Page 5
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Closer Bipartisan Policy Seen With Sec. Herter At The Heln El WASHINGTON (AP)-Christtan A. Herter's promotion as secretary of state was viewed in Congress today as a big boost for closer bipartisan cooperation on foreign policy at a critical time. Herter, whose nomination was quickly and unanimously confirmed by the Senate, formally takes office today at a White House ceremony. Chairman J. .William Fulbrighl (D-Ark) of the Senate Foreign Re- ations Committee said that he felt certain Herter "will cooperate closely with the Congress in every way." The Senate demonstrated what it thinks of Herter when it gave him a rare 93-0 roll call vote of confirmation Tuesday. It acted only 24 hours after receiving his nomination from President Eisenhower, and only a few hours after News From Richmond Area By j MISS MABEL CHANDLER Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kelsey, Seattle, Wash., are visiting his mother, Mrs. Jennie Kelsey, and his sister, Mrs. Ernest Henderson and husband- Harold Slaley, who formerly taught at Wellsville, has been employed as principal and to teach grades 7 and 8 at the grade school. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Hibler, Gillette, Wyo., were weekend guests at Duane Pedro's. Kansas City, visited his mother, Mrs. Cecil Mathias. The Albert Schwegman's and Miss Susan Schwegman visitor] Mrs. Jcanette Shaffer in Madison. Enroutc home they visited the I.ee Schwegman's, north oi West phalia. Mrs. Carl Anderson returned Saturday from St. Paul, Minn, where she was called on accoun' of the death of her brother. Mrs. Joe Bowman, Okmulgec the Foreign Relations Committee gave him a 17-0 endorsement. As Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson (D Tex), the Senate Majority leader, put it: The Senate wanted Herter and the whole world to know "we are united behind our secretary state." Eisenhower also was reportec eady to make known his ful acking of the 64-year-old New nglander in a move to scotcl eports that Herter was a reluc ant choice as his foreign policy hicf. The reports developed when Ei enhower delayed naming Herter or several days after announcing 10 resignation of John Foster Dulles. Herter's associates were count ng on Eisenhower to speak out ublicly and forcefully to kill the vhispers once and for all. As a former representative from Massachusetts, Herter served in he House with many members till serving in that body or now Mr. and Mrs. Keith Waldon and kla., camc f or a visit with her Miss Eula Bures, Kansas City, were here to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bures. Mr. Bures, who is a patient at the Anderson County Hospital, shows improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cowperthwaite, Goodland, called on her sister, Mrs. Sanford Shaw and husband. Bob Hoelscher and Bob Brown were admitted to the Anderson County Hospital Friday. Mr- and Mrs. Joe Gault, Wichita, spent the weekend with his parents, the Clarence Gaults. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Severns spent the weekend in Caney with their daughter, Mrs. Jack Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Strobe! were at Gardner Sunday to attend the 50th wedding annhersarj of their cousins, Mr. and John Fuller. Mrs Mr. and spent the Mrs. Fred Wiesner weekend with their daughter, Mrs. Charles Barger and husband in Wichita. Mrs. Alpha Gloyti, who is em ployed at the Interdenominationa Christian School for Girls in Kan sas City, was a weekend guest o her brother, Everett White anc family. Mrs. Wendell Klein, Fort Scotl visited Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Wat kins. Mrs- W. J. Akin is suffering from a painfully sprained wris received in a fall Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gault who spent ihe winter in Florida returned here Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Mathias on, Kenneth and family. Richard Maze, Director o Uumni Relations of Baker Uni ersity, was guest speaker at the lethodist Church. Mines. Art Jockman and Louis' larper were in Lawrence visit ig the A. P. and Henry Lickteigs Miss Morjorie Roeckers, wh as been in South America fo everal months under the 1FYE rogram of 4-H Clubs, will speal and show pictures at the Higl •ichool auditorium Friday evenin at 8. Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Orr hav .ccepted an invitation to partic. pate in a Centennial observanc of Mound City Methodist Churc iunday . John Miller underwent the oncl operation in six weeks at th Mien County Hospital Monday. Mrs. II. R. Nickel, Hillsborc :ame for a visit with her daugl ter Mrs. Charles Edwards and family. Mrs. Carl Anderson was called to St. Paul, Minn., Monday on account of the death of her brother. Mmes. Marguerite Roberts and Hayes Johnson were guests at the meeting of the Scissors Club at the home of Mrs. R. E. Merscham. Ten members were present. Ten members and a guest, Mrs. L. C. Cooper, attended the Star Helping hand meeting at Mrs. Nancy Rileys Thursday. Berea Club met with Mrs. George Hiles. Twelve ladies of the Silvcrdale Club enjoyed a social hour with Mrs. Clyde Edwards. lilting in the Senate. Fulbriglit said Herter wants to alk with key members of Con gress before he leaves Monday for a Paris meetingwith other Western foreign ministers. That meet ng will lay the groundwork for negotiations with the Soviets in Geneva May 11. "He's a very cooperative fellow, and I think he will have a close relationship with Congress," Ful bright told reporters. Sen. Albert Gore (D-Tenn) said the fact that the Foreign Relations Committee waived its rule providing for all nominations to lay over for six days was a key to'his regard on Capitol Hill. Both Gore and Sen. George D Aiken (R-Vt) applauded the way Herter handled himself under searching questioning by Sen Wayne Morse (D-Ore) on broad policy matters during the commit tee session. 24 Hour Electrical Repair Service BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL — PHONE CH 2-2480 OR CH 2-3760 ClAWHU MtfXODEN- BILL HULL S~fK~.(v. t <. -t"~J$v* J-* f ^ ^ ^ ^ -.^ \ >,-; - ," M\'~.\\*sa , j ^ ( S ^.« I "X', V&....V?.. * -M-Xf Bexel Special Formula Vitamin Insurance Nourishes Blood for Better Health Is undernourished blood due to iron deficiency causing your fatigue?* Are you sure there are enough vitamins and iron in your diet to insure rich, red blooti? Bexel Special Formula is rich in blood building iron—guarantees the vitamin insurance you need for better health! Real Blood Building Supplement! 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Both have high scholastic marks and outstanding' extra-curricular participation. Red Chinese To Spend More For Military TOKYO, (AP)-Rcd China announced today it Is Increasing Its military spending and foreign aid program this year. It also indicated the new peasant communes arc not carrying the load expected of them. The arms budget rises 16 per cent to 5,800,000,000 yuan, whicl the Chinese regard as, the equivalent of 2'a billion dollars, That doesn't put China In the Big Four class, but manpower is cheap and money buys more among the Red Chinese. Six hundred million yuan, 21B per cent more than last year, is earmarked for aid to other couiv trios. That's rated at about 260 million dollars. These developments, perhaps lolh tied to the Tibetan rebellion, disclosed by Finance Minis- cr LI Hscln-nein before the Na- ional People's Congress in Pel- ping, Red China's Parliament. 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