The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 2, 1955 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 2, 1955
Page 14
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rowrew KLTTHETTLLB (ARK.T COURIER NEWS After Week of Talking Disarmament Russia, US Right Where They Started By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — With complete politeness in the first big test of their good intentions since the Geneva summit conference, the United States and Russia have now talked face to face almost a week about disarmament. • Net result: No solution yet. None in sight. But then, none was expected from this meeting in.a subcommittee of the United Nations in New York. A little progress would be pretty good. They still have time to do something. So far neither the United States nor Kussia has bought — nor has either rejected — what the other offered. The closed meeting up to this point has been exploratory. Neither offered anything basically new. Each was standing on a plan offered previously. This did not necessarily mean they might not agree on' some proposals before they finish. Harold Stassen. President Eisenhower's special representative, explained in some detail what Eisenhower had in mind at Geneva when he offered his aerial inspection plan to the Russians. At that time Eisenhower spoke only in general terms. Spoke His Piece Arkady A- s o o o i e v, Russia's chief delegate, listened for most of the week but yesterday he spoke his piece. He wanted to know what the United States had to say about the disarmament plan Russia offered last May. Reporters got an impression Irom whal he told them later that Boy Sentenced To School BALTIMORE M>i—Joseph Knox, 16. was sentenced yesterday in Criminal Court to serve two years in school. Knox pleaded guilty to a store burglary. Probation officials said he was anxious to return to school. Judge Joseph L. Carter said a suspended two-year prison sentence would become effective if Knox failed to continue his education while on two-year probation. Stolen in the burglary were some cans of pineapple juice and several books. Boy Steals Style Show COLUMBUS, Ohio Wi—Girls from the state's 4-H Clubs staged a style show at the Ohio State Fair yesterday. The girls modeled dresses of their own creation. Then out walked David Mitten, 20, of Stowe, in a blue wool suit made by his sister Martha, 18. The awards for dressmaking or tailoring won't be decided for another day, but David walked away with the bravery medal. Russia's answer to the American proposals might depend on the American answer to Russia's plan. Eisenhower had proposed that th'. United States and Russia exchange blueprints on their military forces and establishments. Then each would let the other fly over its territory to check its honesty and accuracy from the air. These were some of the details Stassen gave the Russians for 'arrying out the President's Idea: The two countries would exchange information piece, by piece, not all at one crack. After each exchange the two sides would check each other. Then, finding they were both honest, they would cive each other more information and check on at. In American planes flying over Russia there would be Russian observers. There would be American observies in Russian planes flying over this country. Both Pickle Pickers Pick a Pickle DECKERVILLE, Mich. Lit — A pack of pickle pickers almost got in a parcel of trouble picking 20 pecks of pickles in toe wrong pickle patch. State Rep. Herb Clements had offered free pickles from his patch to people willing to pick them. Some Detroiters pulled up to what they thought was the Clements' patch and started picking The owner came out and asked what they thouhgt they were doing. "Picking free pickles," one replied. The farmer told them the Clements' patch was sis miles away. He said they could keep the pickles. countries could take photographs | reply. The Russians proposed that: The armed forces of the United and use electronic equipment for checking. Ground Observers In addition each side would let the other send ground observers into its territory. They would be stationed at key points. Their purpose: also to check on the informa. tion given and warn if they thought there might be a surprise attack. Sobolev for his part wanted to know what the United States thought about the proposals made by Russia last May 10, since the United States hasn't given a final States, Russia and Red China be reduced to no more than I'/i million men, those of Britain and France to no more than 650,000, and those of all other nations to a maximum of 200,000. After an agreed-upon disarmament plan had been carried out 75 per cent, there should be a ban on the use of nuclear weapons except to resist aggression. When disarmament, according to the plan. Was complete, all nuclear weapons should be banned completely. Now He Has Time on Hands BRIGHTON, England I* — Two weeks ago John T. O'Reilly, 43, was fined 5 pounds — $14 — for stealing a clock from a jewelry store. The judge gave him a week to raise the money. Two days ago O'Reilly was collared by a clerk who saw him grab the same clock off the shelf and hide It. under his coat. O'Reilly pleaded guilty yesterday to the second theft and got two months in jail after he explained: "I went back for the clock because I wanted to sell it to pay my fine." Soviet Farmers In Britain LONDON, Ont. IB—Verbal brickbats mixed with bouquets continue to greet Russia's visiting farm experts on their tour of Canada. The nine Soviet visitors flew here last night from Winnipeg. Flowers were presented on their arrival by a "Friends of Russia" group. Shouts of "murderers" were hurled by a small band of anti- Communist demonstrators. The Russians will travel from here through the Niagara peninsula, spending Sunday at Niagara Falls. The flag of the Papal State white and yellow, charged 'A'ilh the crossed keys and triple tiara. 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Rates Are As Follows: CASH & CARRY $1.00 PICKUP & DELIVERY....$1.10 This Measure Becomes Effective Monday, Sept. 5 Presnell's Laundry- Cleaners Hudson Cleaners Bestway Cleaners Boone Cleaners Country Club Cleaners Superior Cleaners Deluxe Cleaners Star Cleaners City Cleaners Biytheville Laundry- Cleaners Nu-Wa Laundry-Cleaners Peerless Cleaners C & W Cleaners at Mead's .The only exclusive Men's Store in Mississippi County ' ON THIS... EVEN SENIOR* AND FRESHMEN ACREEI Any man on campus can tell you: an college men go for flannels and tweeds. And that's where those old classmates, Hnrl Schaffner & Marx come into the picture. Their exclusive Eton Flannels (that's one worn by the Freshman at left) and Lightweight Pan-American tweeds (sported by the Senior at right) are virtually an undergraduate must. Both suits are very "down-east" in the classic, 3-button center vent style. Before you go back . .. add one (or both) of these suits to your list of "college requirements". 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