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TUESDAY, APRIL 14,1959 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER Time Is Working Against Dulles By WILLIAM L. RYAN Associated Press News Analyst >? ff ster ? ul - les once remarked: "Time is the most valuable thing in life, and t want to waste it. c ..., Time w °»*s against him now. While he battles cancer in the hospital, the hour is swutly approaching when the policies on which he based America's prosecution of the cold war will face momentous trials Calls Red Diplomacy Stupid In less than a month, the foreign ministers of the United States, Britain, France and the Soviet .Union-' are scheduled to meet to prepare the way for a summit meeting of government heads. Jt is possible the United States will be represented in Geneva by a new secretary of slate. But the influence of John Foster Dulles will be present in any case. The past, six years demonstrated the tremendous impact a single personality can have upon a nation's policy and the course of history. Basically, perhaps, 'American policy in a lime of cold war would REGAL ROMAN—Another Italian addition to Hollywood's „.. MUMin^m tu -ciUJiy WQOCl 5 Blamour gallery is Luciana Paluzzi. A veteran o£ European Rims, she'll star in a new TV series, "Five Fingers," this fa!I. nave been pretty much the sair.e under any secretary of state. But it makes a great deal of difference how those policies are interpreted and carried out. Dulles' solemn, almost evangelistic approach and his stubborn defense of moral principles have left little room for compromise on any fundamental issue of what he considered right or wrong. Perhaps U.S. policy might have done better if its architect had been more deliberately cynical in dealing with a cynical enemy. Dulles seems to have denied himself that weapon out of conviction that "a civilized Western nation's diplomacy should rely on the moral force of Christian principles. Possibly this was a little naive in today's world. But in the matter of assessing his antagonists, Dulles has displayed little naivete. "We are devoting billions in money and our highest talents to preparation for a fighting war, a war that may never come," Dulles wrote long before he became secretary- "The strength of our society is being underminded by the cold war that is here and which could finally defeat us." Dulles has never lost sight of that possibility. Apparently he still believes the Kremlin is intent upon word domination through Communist expansion. The cornerstone of his policy has been a determination to convince the Kremlin it can never succeed. The post of secretary of state always has been an easy and popular target for criticism, and Dulles has aroused many storms. Educated opinion both at home and abroad attributes U.S.-policy not to President Eisenhower — as it had to presidents before him—but directly to Dulles. He bore the full brunt of criticism when he solemnly issued such verbal thunderbolts as "agonizing reappraisal" and "massive retaliation." Only time will tell whether he will be vindicated. But time will not wait for him. Important cold war contests are ahead. Will the United States be represented by a United States be represented by a man equal in rank to the other foreign ministers? Dulles and President Eisenhow- er face another agonizing reappraisal. Dulles' influence surely will be felt at Geneva, but perhaps he and the President will decide the time has come to give the reins of U.S. poicy into other hands. BOSTON. Mass. (AP) - Henry M. Wriston, former president of Brown University, says the Soviets are "diplomatically stupid jeyond belief." "Just as NATO was gelling Joy Ride On Street Sweeper MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. (AP) — Two airmen of Selfridge Air Force Base, Darrell P. Tavernier and William B. Fish, both 21, zipped through town on a 10-ton street sweeper. 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