The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1955 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 15, 1955
Page 3
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THURSDAY, SBPTEMBMI M, MM BLYTHEYILLI (ARK.)' COURIER ''NEWS PAGB TUMI Adminstration Now Taking Harsher Tone Toward Soviet . ~ By JAMES MARLOW Aiaoclaled fit** Neva Analyni WASHINGTON (AP) — The Eisenhower administration — for reasons not explained — has taken a harsher tone toward the Russians than it used in the early weeks after the President met with them in Geneva in July, The latest example is the State Department's opinion on German Chancellor Konraci Adenauer's deal with the Russians this week. The department considers it a victory over the "bankrupt" Russian policy toward West Germany since the war. On July 25, the day after his return from Geneva, Elsenhower said there were obstacles on the road to peace but added there is now a realization negotiations can be conducted without "propaganda, threats and invectives." There were no pleasant words for Russia in the tough and stiff statement by the State Department. Russia and West Germany agreed—in writing—to resume diplomatic relations and to exchange ambassadors. Adenauer says Russia also agreed—but not in writing —to release German war prisoners still held in the Soviet Union. In a way this can be considered a victory: the Russians, who had denounced the West German government while supporting their puppet Communist leaders in East Germany, now officially recognize West Germany. This can hardly make the East German Communists feel good, seeing Adenauer's prestige boosted by Moscow. It may make them feel shaky. No wonder Russia, immediately after Adenauer left, called them to Russia for a heart- to-heart talk. But the State Department may be crowing too soon. Neither the department nor anyone else 'at this time can be certain about the full implications of the deal, since JO one knows the Russians' long- range purpose. In the first place, it was not a one-way street. Adenauer and the Russians both made concessions. He wanted the prisoners released. The Russians, for whatever their purpose, wanted to resume diplomatic relations. Both sides got what they wanted. Releasing the German prisoners costs the Russians nothing. They had them for trading purposes any time they were needed. And this seemed to be the time. Now the Russians and West Germans, through the,exchange of ambassadors, will be able to deal directly with each other instead of as before through the ambassadors of the Western Allies. Tliis gives the Russians a better clmnce to woo the West Germans away from their allies. If'Aden- auer ignores the wooing, then his successor, when the old Chancellor dies or retires, may be more receptive to Russia. On Aug. 24, a month after returning from Geneva, Eisenhower ^ made a much stiller speech than \ he delivered July 25. Without men-j tioning Russia by name, he said| Russia had to make a lot of con-[ cessions if it really wanted peace. Vice President Nixon followed this up with a speech along the same line, but • even tougher: a demand on the Russians to begin making concessions. The Russians carefully didn't criticize Eisenhower but (hey denounced Nixon. The Eisenhower administration may feel this sterner tone is necessary because it thinks the American people are getting too optimistic about the chance of peace. But it also prepares the public for any flop in October when Secretary of State Dulles meets the Russians In the first truly big test of the friendly spirit which Eisenhower and the Russians exhibited at Geneva. DON'T SCRATCH THAT ITCH! IN 15 MINUTES, You' MUST be rid of thu ITCH 01 your 40c back at any drug store. ITCH- ME-NQT actually gives triple-action relief. It deadens the itch, peeU ofl tainted outer skin. KILLS GERMS AND FUNGUS ON CONTACT, l-'ine for eczema, foot Itch, other surface Today at Klrby Bros. Drug Stores. Wondering Elephant Still Wonders CHARLOTTE, N. C. tfl — Handlers have given VIcki,, the wayward elephant, until the end of the week to come home. If she doesn't, they'll go into the woods with guns and get her. More than a score of men have been trying since Sunday to lure the 6-year-old female out at a wooded area only 500 yards off one of North Carolina's busiest highways. Faubus Orders Extradition LITTLE ROCK HI — Gov. Orval Paubus yesterday ordered the extradition to Los Angeles of Harold J. McClelland, 21, who was arrested in Forrest City. McClelland is accused.of participating in a hold-up of a Los Angeles bar in which $769 was taken. McClelland denies the charge. After-Eating Hangover? , rarry ... relief of acid distress. No mixing, no -wailing. Take Turns anywhere. ttftAS fOKTMTUMMT 19 Marriage Licenses Sold In Pemiscot CARUTHERSVILLE — Marriage licenses were issued to. 19 couples during August by J. T. Ahem, recorder of deeds for Pemiscot County. They were issued to the following: Rose!! Riteniiin. Katie Mac Bowdry. Caruthcrsville; R. T. Harris, Minnie Daniels, Hayti; Elmer LIpc, Roberta Morris, Bragg City; Richard N. Patterson, Peggy Mnore. Caruthersville: Manuel, Louise Bufkin. Hnyti: Z. W. Stoul. Haytl, Sallle Johnson. Pascohi: William Earl Ma.xey. Covington, Tenn.. Vera Jean Speegle, Millington, Tenn.: Floyd Franklin Cross. Decring, Tommie Lou Harry, Caruthers- vilie; J. T. Gumming". Mary Aydelott, Caruthersville: Charlie Robinson, Surthia Johnson. Hayti: Robert McGraw, Caruthersville, Snrih Enstburn, Steele; Tommy Clark Fatchett, Iva Jean Abernnthy. Hayti: Donald K. Stafford, Wardell, Sylvia Dean Simmons, Hayti; Robert Lee Pittmnn, Steele, Mozella. Mitchell, Cnruthersvillc; James Timothy Fair, Luxora. Ark.. Willie i,tae Bradley, Caruthersville: Fred Wnloshyn, TuscaloosR, Ala., Martha Leu Brooks. Steele: Washington Leroy Williams, Coral Gables, Fls., Helen Jo Hinchey. Caruthersville: Charlie Harold Thornton, Ruby Allinc Fisher. Hayti: William Henry Spark, Laurie Cox, Caruthersville. Some cars hove fluid drive. Others |ust hove o drip ot the wheel. t«»* Still Undecided, Faubus Says Of 2nd Term Plans LITTLE ROCK LP) — Gov. Orviil Faubus says he still hasn't made- up his mind about seeking a second term despite his ramark lhat any candidate who beats him will not find him ''stand still/ 7 Fr.ubus said Tuesday in a statement that he made the quip "purely as an if I run proposition. "SuuemtnVs that I will run for a second term for governor are premature." he .said, "t have as yet made no decision regarding the matter, and will not do -so until much later." State's Polio Toll Now 146 i LITTLE ROCK l-P — Arkansas' i polio toll so far this year climbed j io 146 last week, but the number of j cases still is running well behind j the total through the corresponding • period of 1953. ! The 146 cases compare with 'J23 j through the first week en" Septem-1 ber. 1954. j Nine new cases were reported j last ^"eefc. There were no polio ] deaths during the period. Counties i recording the new cases were Pu- i laski, Poinfett, Baxter, Boone, St ; Francis, Sebastian and Washing- j ton. Pulaskf and Poinsett each had two cases. style hit! Jarman's rugged black Leisuals ... only 9 M You iu?t coultln t ask {or more in casual footwear than larinan offers here. An easy-wear ing Lei^ual slip-on in popular black, this smart shoe has extra style and cons! ruction features which make it one of llie season's standouts. Come in right away and try on a pair. Black or BroWM rov* FJtiiNBir SNOI froftt IT'S AMERICA'S Read Courier New c Clissiflea Ads RUST-FREE HOT WATER TROUBLE-FREE OPERATION ore built-in guarantees " ""£^Vit-Rock ••Sj Automatic Cos I WATER HEATER 1 Stone-lined Storage Walls I0-Y*or Warranty by a HALSELL&WHITE Main at Division Ph. 3-60% NONE FRKHER! HOHf RICHER! Extra creamy rich . . . extra smooth . . . extra delicious. That's S«altest Homogenized Vitamin D Milk . . . America's Most Popular Milk. 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