PACT TWO BLTTHPJVILLE, (ARK.)' COURTE* HEWS , ATTCTST w, Acheson to Meet Foreign Ministers Cold War Issue To Be Subject Of Talks in U.S. WASHINGTON, Aug. 23. (fP t — Secretary of State Acheson is making tentative plans to meet here with the British and French foreign ministers Sept. 10 to review German problems and other key cold war Issues,' Acheson has suggested, It was learned today, thiU the AmerJenn- Brltlfih-French hlRh commissioners in Western Germany also join the three power talks. Informed officials said the sec- ictary will discuss jjroMcms ranging through Europe, the Middle East and Far Ea.it during a three to four-day conference with British Foreign Minister Herbert Morris-* on and French Foreign Minister Robert Echuninn. I All three plan to fly back here Sept. 9 foi their round of talks . after attending the Japanese peace ' conference at San Francisco In addition U> meeting with Moi- risoti and Seiniman jointly, Achft- son plans separate eiwersaUona with the French and British foreign policy chiefs to discuss specific problems they have In conjunction with the u. S. Officials said the number one item on t'ne agenda probnbly witl be a three-power agreement on Western Germany's manpower contribution to the proposed Atlantic Pact army led by Gen. Dw.ght D, Eisenhower. The U.S. and Britain arc reported ready to back the idea of full German divisions to be Integrated In this army, as demanded by the West German government. Frrnice is reported reluctant to accept this and is clinginp to the idea of German combat brigades of 5,000 to 7.000 men with strict safeguards against R revival of the German general staff. Acheson is hoping to get a common stand agreed upon in time to report to the 12 Atlantic Pact foreign ministers who are to meet In Ottawa Sept. 15 to discuss Western Germany's role In European defense, among other things. Agenda still Uncertain A firm agenda has not yet been agreed upon for the three-power talks. But informed diplomats said that during their "tour of the world" the foreign ministers would likely deal with these and other problems: 1. Plans for giving the Western German government more freedom in political and. foreign policy matters, Iranian oil crisis. that Britain o.1iij#»rt.'^d-" war*' the* coirtlh' differences. 4. Itflly'a demand for Amerlcan- British-French support In revising FIH.K THKKATENS NATIONAL R>KKST-Smoke billows up from forest fire burning in .slash area on Anti-Ctifsirg Club Plant Sunday Picnic on Funds From. 10-Ctnt 'Damns' RICHMOND. Ind.. Aug. 23. W) —The anti-curing club of Connie Marker's East Side Cafe and'Bar will throw a pfcnlc Sunday. Members will spenl a »200 kitty collected on 10 ant fines for 2,000 "damrw" and itronger «ord«.' Marker, whp says swearing annoys him, thoujht up the fine and club idea la? March. Anybody fined automatically becomes a club member. "The fines actually have cut down ciusln&" Marker said. "Most men dcn't enjoy It — lt'« Just a habit." "About A dime a night ta a* much a» we iiually get, from a member," he added. "Although, sometimes, a fellow will have a couple ol been and rip off a dollar's worth." 'Chutist, 83; Ready to Jump MacFadden Plant Leap Over Niagara NEW YORK. Aug. 23. (API — Derilarr MacF.udeti's olan to par- nchute over Niijrara Falls is "definite," an aid of (he 83-year-old physical culturist said yesterday. Ho may take the leap Saturday said Edward Bolln. IvfaeFadden ffcked out the spot for the Jumn last Sunday while on an airplane digit over the Niagara the cdRe of Mt. Baker National Forrest, east of Mount Vornon, Wash. A 2.000 acre blaze was raging out of \" ar * c ^t below the falls. Bodln control In the heart o( the preserve. Fifteen hundred men are battling fires that have olackenod 5,000 acres ~^" State Fore-tier Bernard Orell says the fire hazard Is Ihe worst In 26 yours. <AP Wireiihoto).' STILL STILLED IN BROOKLYN - An illicit still capable o( turning pulton gallons of "high-lcst" alcohol a day was discovered by Brooklyn. N. Y., police in (lie hold of a rotting barge at Gravesend Bay. Patrolman Henry Hersch looks over the deactivated •till which Is reportedly worth sume $50.000. At left are five- gallon cans used to hold the liquor. Forest Blazes Rage Ahead Weary Fighters Continue Battle By The Ass/irlaled Pres« Weary firefighters continued their battle today against scores of Pacific northwest forest blazes. Twenty-two new fires broke out In Washington yesterday. One of them had covered 400 acres by evening. In Oregon two major blazes continued out of control despite yesterday's higher humidity and rain sprinkles The lire which has blackened 15.000 acres In the Vincent. Creek area of west central Oregon burned furiously nver hundreds of acres more as it advanced on it.s north and east fronts last night. Fiirlher scuth In the Hllbb.lrd Creek district, the tire which has levelled II fnrm homes, still was out of control after searing more than 10.000 acres. :-,... ->«- J I added. MncFndden his been conferring j with A. P. Nevcomb, Detroit tool' maker nnd parachute expert, and Most of the lightning-set fires In southern Oregon 'ml California are •inder control, foresters reported. Thirty-two fives In British Co- umbla were being fought by 1.603 military restriction clauses Jn the Italian pence treaty. 5. France's reported need for further military aid to French and Indochlnc.se Communists plans for economic aid to southeast Asian nations threatened by communism. forces in Indochina, ''and Enlisted Men Fire Rocket Rebuilt German Missile Launched WHITE SANDS, N. M.. Allf. 23. M 1 ) — Enlisted men proved yesterday they too can manage the high- soaring rockets which heretofore only expert* have handled. A group of GI's launched a rebuilt German V-2 missile at this southern New Mexico proving ground and it almost set a new record. ' The rocket swept up 1.12 miles, outdistancing the old y-2 mark o! 1!4 miles but foiling ! three miles short of the record set Aug. 7 by an American-built yiklng. \ The. enlisted men put the V-2 together from captured German parts and launched the 28.900 pound missile without supervision f rocket experts. Cpl. Robert T. Alley, Iron River, llch., coordinated the shoot, Pfc. 3. M. Estabrook. pittsficld, Mass., Ired the rocket. gives thsm to you npHE "cut-away" illustration above showi the double-wall construction of the Speed Queen — how the fast-washing bowl tub is nested inside the full-length steel frame — and how this frame protects the porcelain tub inside. Most washers have just a single- wall tub, yet they cost as much as a double- wall Speed Queen! So, Pri«d » i ow n why not enjoy the extra » advantages of a doublt- «P wall Speed Queen? 119 95 HUBBARD & IIOKE APPLIANCE CO. Brighter Retirement Outlook Foretold LOS ANGELES <AP> — Retire, Newcomb will determine when conditions are best for the Jump Bodin said. . meat age Is no longer a time nf lonely, static existing, but B period of productive, active living, says The physical ciilturlst and pub- Dr '. Normiin p - . M11 * r . assistant lisher made his first parachute nr "'"" nr "' " 1 "«'"° 1 ->•<-"•* -' Jump on his 81st birthday. He planned to make another leap, over the falls, on his 83ri birthday last week. But he posted me feat to await the rlfjht kind of weather, Bodln said. The mouth of the Yukon River Sea in western ir nn the Bering Alaskn. professor of physical education at the University of California, Miller says retirement these days Is known for its "creative living, community activity and profitable avocations". He recommends advance planning i for those about to retire from regu- | lar Jobs. First, the right place to] settle down for each individual I should be selected, then the right kind of hobbies, and the right kind of group or club to Join should be carefully chosen, says Dr. Miller. Michigan City Stnds Texoiu Cylinder of Air, 'Clean, fun and Cool' MAfWjUETTE, Mich., Aug. 23. Wj—The Chamber of Commerce of Marquette, where It's almost always coo), gave a sample today to heat-ridden Texa«. If jeit WM evident, It was well meant. Marquelle's C of O s«nt to Pott Worth's Chamber of, Commerca by air express a cylinder containing "clean, pure, cool, washed Lake Superior air." "PJease use R freely," safd an accompanying message, "for "llt^t of your hellish temperatures." ' ^P In return, Port Worth was Invited to send some of Ita hot Texa ; s air here "for blending pur. poses." The apparent thought was that It could be used against Mar-' quette's severe winters. West Point Firing Given Approval WEST POINT, N. Y. r Aug. 23. f/Pj—Most of the people who took the trouble to write West Point about the cribbing scandal agreed the cadets Involved were rightfully dismissed. This was disclosed today by Col. James B. Leer, the Military Academy's spokesman. r.eer said about 400 letters pertaining to the cheating scandal had been received, and a majority of the writers favored dismissal. Read Courlei News Classified Ads K ^S^ VON PAGE n At birth, the approximate weight of a baby elephant is between 160 nnd-200 pounds. 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