"THE PERQUlMANSr WEEKLY, -ESJltjWftft, ftoftTS CA46tDfA-, fSffiA?,- Jtfl.-S2rl955.
.Washington .Ob Thursday' erf
1pj Week-ther fenate passed ifflt
version jf the tesmt bill. ': This"!
vefelorj altered, the"; House "bill' In
, several material aspects; ".. fujis
KeSef i till i,.,'t
Ar, a member 9f the; Senate Anq
d Services Committee," I spent the
major portion of f ow days hear
ing witnesses Jive ' their", opinions
iu respect to the Reserve training
the-.Senat wg apparently well
r'efcsed, with ,te ?proiioin of the
reserve Ml as jt was reported, by
( ihtf'ArnW SeJrices Committee. ' It
adiipted the biU '.fcy a tote of 80 to
1 trfter cmly six hours of-debate,
' I attribute" tfij eeellent pravis
lor of the Wit and (he prompt ac
tion, upon -it in large , measure to
the wisdom W geirat6r ftlclianlB
fiuftsell? Ceotgiaehe Chairman' i
ttej, Armed Services Committor
Stator Russell, has served op fh'al
fM-xtklL-ti- M'Jt- ' r.
y vHHiiuteq lor many years ana an
' dtstbteflly j knows more aWut all
phase of 'national defense than
ant other person. After, Senator
En sett had piloted the bill threw?
th Senate, Senator Dennis Chave
tt;Jfew Ifexfca arose 'and sakl that
it is high time to do away with the
notion that no man from below: the
Mason-Dixon Line can be elected
Pi ekient of the United . States.
, Senator Chaves suggested, that
Senator Russell would be a most
admirable selection for that office.
; ': I want to'assure those who look
x disfavor apon the idea of tin'-
vcrtel military training that , the
reserve bill is in no sense a uni
.Veiaal military traini lit bill. It
merely contemplates the limit jd
niilitarv training of onlv a norlion
: !i cur youth arriving t , military
age, Moreover, it does not put, anV
compulsion on teen-agers to enter
t e new reserve program, .' .
Thefbill is designed to give the
the real sense of the term for the
f rst thne in history. ' It "provides
that boys between 17 and 20 may
volunteer for ''(he1 reserve and 're
ceive (tot to oxceed 6 months of
1 (.sic jniUtary training m the Arm
ed Services..' After this basic train-
ljiV U completed, they aref auto
nwiicauyvtrangnma i t the re
solves for an additional period ci
years : v. Jy; yl
The reserve will be composed of
! two basic groups; (1) the ready
rertrves, which will take part in
8 drills annually and attend camp
tvo weeks each sommerj and.;!;')
the standby jreserves.rwhich w!M
ncV be given ' further training.
Ttcn-agers Volunteering for tr tn
inff fender the reserve bill will be
exempt from tlte'draft. ' "
;i ; The reserve is to consist ef per
s.mbt discharged from the regular
Aimed. Services as well as tho
xlunteering for service under lie
eserve bill. The bill p'rovkls,
cw ever, that those whtt entered the
cgulat Armed Services before the
ractment ef the reserve bill will
bn transferred to t'i. standby t
i;;rvs upon their discharge fr"om
the service unless thiy volunteer to
.entei' the ready reserves. Sfnc nd
requirement qf further training x:
ittd at the time these' persons en
tered tile regular service', we felt
that any other course wo"'
bltakhig faith with, them TV,
changes made in th reserve : .airi
ing plan by the Senate "will not b
, crme etfeetrve nnlesi they are (it,
f roved by the House.
The reserve frain'.ag "plan ' wT
' ' summer, if teen ..! Y 1
'-t to uie die ttV : ' :
. f d t "" ,
-r T .
J, ': 1 '
irvA. - -
'dintribute mush jW the itibnaj s-
ctmty,! .It win hffoTd us fof the
fi.-St time in our bistort a fese'fVe
wlieh can be fpetdiSy. Jirepared fc
dcrabat ' in ease of AeV-sity, -i-r-t
Onatuda'Ju!y'!?3 jhi cured
ibaeco' farmers arid1 fleaAo
er4( wlll jpartlcrpatei jn" referenda.
Ih the' tobacco referendum, flue
cured tobacco growers will have an
opportunity (o vote 'of or against
Bucketing quotas for their tobao
and a 10c per acre assessment to
assist Tobacco ' Associates, Ine., m
promoting export sale of flui curnd
trbacco. .If the flae qured tobic
ce farmers vote against marketing
(jtartas, they wilj lose the benefit tf
price supports. . ' f .
' In the peanut referenaum, peanut
fanners jWill decide vl.ether , thsy
favor fl 2c per hundred pounds a
sestment te promote ult phases 'of
peanut, product ion matitetlAg, f
cessing and other activ' ties of tfon
cerr. to the pesftnul ift!stfy, , ' v
I believe that the best' it-e'st
o' flH cured tobaceo f SifirtetS 4nd
peanut farmers will, be promoted ff
the farmers concerned: cast their
votes in fator of these assessments
ant the marketing' quotas for flue
cured tobacco. 'Trice sttpporU hare
been a great booh to tobacco farm
er) and have operated for in;my
years without loss to the Aiovirn
Irene,' ' '
In Writing Contest
More than 200 veterans in Vet
erans ' Administration hospitals
bave beert awarded 5,000 worth of,
prizes in the ninth annual nation
Wide writing contest sponsored by
the Hospitalized Veterans Writing
Project, a volunteer organization,
in cooperation with VA's Special
Services. . .'
. A record-breaKing 1,500 entries
were submitted by veteran-patients,
Those too severely disabled to do
their own.wrmng or.typnit
ed help from educational therapists
EDENTON. N. C.
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Friday, July 20-21-22
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Mitl America offers a .timely tip on. where to go (or help if the
bomb start falling. Shown pasting the civil defense sign in a UoWil
town iTshvltfe, tenn.V arug store is tee Aim Meriwether, Miss
AnMricn M 195ti ,...!'. , i ('
at the. hospitals, as well a,s those
uesigiuiKiu ; j i(v ci tinif. ' Atuesrr.
mostly alumnfte , members of, Theta
Sigma FhV jexlialjsn!soroirity.ii I ;
Twenty-four 1 different contest
eategdries offere6,trietytd begin
ners to try ereattve writing for
ther lowijrehablUtatioit. jfresh
'i I """n! 1 iT i. .1." '. 1 ."
I l! iP nn ri n h nnAi x
iiw 4 in any loading mickj
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II I , 3 . M i-' ' ' -a. . .....
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II y': " ''s1 ;:'' I i ' ,; -' I . .. f:"s - ,
I ideas counted me than literary
Categories rangsd : frcmi short
glinrl: fitnripd in, nlnfc nnl:tiTiAB far
novels; from gags for cartoons ro
serious poetry; from factual ar-
tides to cont-'ibutions on spiritual
f . , r ' ' . stroke, smaller fhort the bore!
I TWe in4ewS" JidgeeT bym
1 of AmeriCh's feading" writers, edf
tors, and publishers, Half the pri2
es were' cash: the rest were items
useful to wrjiters,.such as typewrit
ers, subscriptions to writers' mag
azines and tile Uker . .
- Plans now are under way for the
tenth annual writing contest far
hospitalized' veterans,' to be held
next spring. In the meantime, vet.
erSn-patients are encouraged te
keep, in practief through; quarterly
writing contests and through cor
respondence with volunteer Writ'
ing Aides. , . - .
, . CARD. OF THANKS; ;
I wish to thank my friends and
neighbors for the beautiful cards,
flowers and other gifts and every
act of kindness shown me while
patient in the hospital and since
my return home.' Thanks again.
:' MRS.' DAN REED '(
" in 1 t 1 I ' f
One long year ,a go you left us;. '
Just how nrachVwe miss you.
It is so hard' to".do without you; '
We place the 'ftowfs upon your
grave .with care.
The shock Was so severe; we never
v thought death was so near.
Only those',whd!'hav. lost can tell
the pain of, parting.,
' ".Loving'. Mother, :
, u( ,
, CARD Or THANKS i
, We wish to express our heartfelt
thanks and appreciation ttf friends
snd neighbors for the many acts of
kindness-. : shown us and for ,thefb mvrmwred aa . they glided
lovely flowers sent at the death of
eur father, Charlie R. Lane.
'THE FAMILY. " '.
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