The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1949 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 16, 1949
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MONDAY, MAY IS, 1949 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE THE NATION TODAY United States and Allies Pursue Hardboiled Policy in Western Europe to Eventually Win Peace -j By James Mario* Vp WASHINGTON, May 1G. W';—Show me you mean It (and It will lake you a long time to prove it) and In Ihe meantime I'll Ret ready for tlie worst. In case you try any tricks. + That sums up the altitude of this country ns It gets ready to sit down ami talk with Russia about peace. It's a harrtboiled iiltltud;. but It's realistic, and it was made clear 111 the pnst few dciys. On May 23 this country. Britain. Prance and Russia \\ill meet Paris to lalk over Ihcir problems, which are world problems. Over the week-end—a week before the Parts meeting—the State Department Issued a statement wliica it calied the "peace paper." Briefly, this is wliat it said: This country musi help nvtn Western Europe. It must start this year and keep on doing it for some years to come. So, in the eyes of the State Department, Western Eu. rope must stay armed for a fairly 'long time. So, no matter what comes of the Paris peace talks, this country . serving notice it won't take any .chances on Russia, although .Russia wasn't mentioned by name in the "peace paper." Terms Russia Threat to Peace Then there was a tnlk by William « .\Iaddox. director of 'he foreign tvice institute of the Stale Department, at New Bedford, Mass He regards Russia as a threat. He . said: Although the Berlin blockade ha: • been lifted, the threat o." Russian aggression has not been lifted ant won't be until Russia has made i Icar In every way (hat It wants eace. And there svfts a statement by occretary of Slate Ache.son him- df last week at a news conference, jcrmany and its future, which eally means the future of Europe, vill be a main mint In the Paris alks with Russia. Acheson will talk for the United Slates at Paris but he apparently doesn't, look for any ( nick or easy solution for he said the German iroblem may be worked out over s "long period of tune." So in all three cases—Acheson. Matldox and the State Department's 'pence paper"—It/s clear this government thinks: 1. ft will be a long lime before v.e can be sure of peace. 2. Russia will have to prove It wants peace before we believe It What's behind the Slate Department's belief that we'll hnve to help Western Europe arm and stay armed for years? It can be statc^ A-B-C: The nations of western Europe are our allies, tf they full, we'l be practically alone In a "hostll world." We need one another I we're to survive. Should Help Allies lit '. Arms If we don't help arm them—it th<! meantime, they'll hnve to hel| arm themselves—thcj may losi confidence In us as allies. In turn this would weaken their strengt! Eel Which Caused Of 43 Filipinos Identified At a Poisonous Type GUAM. May 16. (/!')—An eel wlilch caused the serious Illness of 43 Filipino fciisleis on Salpan was identified todny as a poisonous type of morny. George E. Taggart of the Pacific 'rust Territory Fisheries Commls- lon made the Identification by liowlng colored pictures of the eel o some of the stricken Filipinos. Ttiggaii said an eel of the same ifiicral tyi>e In the Philippines Is lot poisonous. The U. S. Army's 22nd General laspllal reported 13 Filipinos there till were unconscious nnd two were n critical condition. Four other pa- icnls were conscious and Improving Three of 26 patients at the Guam s'aval Hospital were comatose am 1 oxygen lenls. Condi I ion of the others was not serious. Sterling silver Isn't Pure silver 11 is 02.5 per cent sliver and 7.5 |ier cent copper. and determination to resist aggression. Sitting idly by, not helping aru them, merely talking of liberality Europe If it's overrun, would disillusion our allies. And trying ti li'wrale our allies, after they wen crushed, would be mortly to us. If they're unartued, they're pushover for Russia which couli pick them off ,ie by one by wa or Ihreals of war, Just as Hille did But If they're well-armed, thel strength will discourage attack an help preserve them us and iwaci It will cost money to help an W.-stern Europe, but that's a prlc this country will have to pay keep peace and slay free. That sums up in the thinking I Ihe State Department's "peace pa per." at DRUMS irandmother-Granddaughter Wed in Double Ceremony : leven It Safest Age, nsurance Men Say NEW YORK, May l«-«l—The lie of eleven Is the safest ye»r of Ifc, Metropolitan Mfe Insurance tomnnny clntlstlcluns nay. At Hint happy age, Ihe company mid, Die hazards of Infiincy and 'nrly dilldliood have passed »nd chronic dlsontcr.s have not begun to nke their toll. 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