rSSPAT. JULY 11, 19SZ
WArniTwIXXI, D. C. Conjeat
thia iBonQi was baoUing down to tte
tack ef deciding the form and amount
of id that this oouutry can provide
to ftg allies in the coming , year as
part of the free world's struggle to
build strength against attack from
without or subversion from witliin.-' 1
J Of the 7J billion requested W
&e President for the Mutual
Security Program, the btggeat share,
65O,O00,OO0, is for direct military
aB8istande--gvm8, planes, tanks, etc.-
and would lie administered directly by
the Department of Defense. 1
The next largest share $1,819,000,,
000 'has been requested for use by
the Mutual , Security Agency to sup
ply North. Atlantic Treaty: oountriei
with defense support These founds
finance the purchase of "dollar area"
raw materials, machinery and com.
modfttej i which Western European
countries must import in order to ex
pand .their total production to the de
gree necessary to , carry out their
agreed military programs. , , .....
, ' Defense support has been compar
ed to' European military production ai
yeast is to bread the relatively small
but vital ingredient which "raises''
the total .military production to its
proper size. . , 1
In a report to Congress on - the
planned use -of defense summit funds.
IMSAi explained how each dollar- used
in this manner is multiplied, two and
a half times in direct additions to the
military strength of NATO. .
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MASSES SUNDAY IN MARINE
CHAPEL AND EDENTON CHURCH
July. 13 the Most Holy Sacrifice of
the Mass will be offered at 7 and 9
A. M., DST., in Marine Air Station
Chapel, near Edenton, and at 11 A. M.,
EST., in St. Ann's Catholic Church,
Edenton, each including sermon on
"Christ's Compassion," Holy Com.
mumon, followed by Rosary , for
Peace, Sunday School, with confessions
for half hour before services, stated
Father F. J. McCourt, auxiliary chap
lain and rector, who invites every
body to all services.
Week-mornings in Marine Chapel:
6 DST., confessions, 6:15 Mass, Com
munions, Rosary for Peace-
Thought must be made better, and
human life more fruitful, for the di
vine energy to move it onward and
upward. ; ' Mary Baker Eddy,
of defense-support commodities sup
plied by the United States, MSA said,
Euro-DS in the next fiscal year will
be able to put the equivalent of $13.9
billion into defense expenditures.
Without this -supped -Europe's de
fense expenditures would total only
$10.6 billion. Thus, for a U. S. ex
penditure of $1.4 billion, Europe would
be able to increase its defense spend
ing by $3.3 billion.
. These figures include 10 Euro
pean NATO countries and Germany!
The contributions of Greece and Tur
key, newest NATO members, who will
also share in the defense support ap
propriation, will, be over and above
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will also receive American assistance
from the proposed $1,819,000,000. i i
To show, the; "ect of deiense sup
port on the production of muitarj
hardware, MSA estimated Western
Europe's output of aircraft, ships,
combat vehicles, communication and
electronic equipment, artillery, am
munition and explosives and trans
port and other vehicles, both with and
without United States assistance. (See.
chart). .. . : ...
A task completely - different than
direct support of Europe's defense
buildup is charged .to MSA in the
Far East Here, in- six strategically
vital countries covering a vast ex
panse of Asia and the Pacific, the
U. S. is, extending economic and tech
nical assistance to help the govern
ments of those countries provide bet
ter services and - more security for
their 170 million people. :
Communist aggression is more than
a threat in these areas; a shooting
war is on in Indochina just as it is in
Korea, while subversion armed and
unarmed is openly operating in other
parts of the area.
What makes the job of MSA in this
area so different from that in Europe
is that it is primarily an export of
people and know-how. This year, a
total of 342 United States experts are
assisting the governments of the area,
at their specific requests, in every
thing from campaigns against malaria
to the setting up of mobile sawmills
in untapped timber areas. Under the
proposed program .for next year, 795
specialists will be sent into the area
and in addition, 741 local people will
be brought to the United 'States for
study and training. (See chart).
Backing up these experts, and tran
slating their technical "show how"
into concrete programs, is the ship.
menu or necessary goods-rertnizer, i
for instance, to prove the' points'
taugnx Dy agricultural experts, or
DDT and medicines to help the local
governments carry out the MSA
sponsored campaigns against ma
laria and other diseases.
For the coming year's technical and
economic aid program in the Far East
countries Burma, China, (Formosa),
Indochina, Indonesia, the Philippines
and Thailand the 'President has re
quested 258 million, including $70
million for direct military support in
Indochina and .on Formosa, and $13
million 'for development of vitallv-
needed raw materials. -
TRY A WEEKLY CLASSIFIED AD
abilities, of course, may begin train
ing , after July 25 of this year, VA
said, but their courses would . have
to be completed before the 1956 dead
Such training is furnished as Gov-
received a disability as a result of his I
active military service which requires!
special training to overcome his handi-1
cap. and restore him to employability.
The deadline of July 25. 1956. does
not apply to veterans of Korean ser
vice and those now on active duty any
where. No deadline has been set as
yet for this class of veterans. Under
present law, their eligibility for voca
tional rehabilitation training will ex
tend for nine years after the end of
the present emergency, the date to be
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By UNCLE SAM
iWe had hoped to get in some fish
ing while visiting in Pamlico County
but instead of fishing we assisted
our friend and one-time roommate
Rev. T. E. Maness in evangelistic ser
vices at uooucken. we wouia not
know where' to go to find a better
people than those living in Hobucken.
- It was indeed a pleasure to be hon
ored with the privilege .of speaking
each evening in Rev. Maness' church.
The services were well attended
throughout the entire meeting. While
there we had the privilege of vieiting
in a number of homes some of these
families were unable - to attend ser
vices.. The first Sunday ' of the meeting
the ;'. District Superintendent held
Quarterly Conference and also preach
ed. There was a picnic dinner ser
ved on the church grounds. The af
ternoon was given over entirely to
singing. Many singers were present
from various churches. The pastor
from the Free Will Baptist Church of
Lowlands . ' presided over this ser-
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On the last Sunday afternoon a bap.
tismalx service was held' at Buford's
Point and fifteen were baptized and
received into church memoersnip. five
others were received into membership
elsewhere. The meeting was a pro
fitable one to the church and much
enjoyed 4y the speaker. .
Deadline Set For
Veterans eft World War II with ser
vice-connected disabilities who may
need four years to complete vocation
al rehabilitation training under. ubHc
Law 6 will have to start that train
ing before July 25, 1952, . Veterans
Administration said. .
The original law for vocational re
habilitation of veterans of World War
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