The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1955 · Page 8
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PACK EIGHT B1ATHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY. OCTOBER U. Geneva Forecast; ftough ond toygh- Moscow in Stronger Spot To Frustrate Allied Plans By LEON DENXKN' NBA Stuff Correspondent The widely-hailed "spirit of Geneva," though little more than two months old, is already beginning to fade and show serious signs of strain, according to a world-wide survey of critical areas. Western diplomats forc's-i-c the Big Four Foreipr. Ministers' conference scheduled to open in Geneva on Oci. 27 as a rough and touyh affair — with Moscow now .in a stronger position to frustrate* Allied peace pl:ins for Europe and Asia. Said a high-ranking West Gorman official: "The free world gained, a moral victory at the Geneva summit meeting — but the Muscovit/s brought home tlie diplomatic bacon." Here is how the political siui.iuon shapes up in Europe, Asia ami in the Arab world since Geneva: WESTERN' EUROPE: NATO leaders are increasingly worried about the "spirit of relaxation in the North Atlantic nlliaiu:e. Such fears were recently voiced' in Paris by Lord Isinay, Gene nil Secretary of NATO, and Gen. Alfred Griiemher. U. S. chief of NATO's armed forces in an informal talk with U. S. visitors. Gruenther was represented as feeling- so discouraged that hp wondered what his task remained. Leading NATO allies — lulled by Moscow's smiles and vodka toasts — show an alarming intent to slash defense plans. In Britain, Prime Minuter Anthony Eden is. under strong Labor- He __ and even Conservative — pressure to cut draft service for British youths from 24 to 18 months. hi France, neutralism is again the dominant issue. Few Frenchmen now feel that their security is assured by NATO. The fact that some NATO members followed Moscow's lead in the United Nations and voted against France on the Algerian question is t seen by them as further evidence of I the weakness of the North Atlantic alliance. The French are, of course, aware that much of the trouble In North Africa is fomented by Red agents. Thus, the demund j for "an agreement" with the j Kremlin is reviving:. j The French recently rejected :i i U. S. proposal to develop a naval | base In North Africa — to extend [ the striking power of the Sixth i Fleet — even though the Pentagon j offered to pay all costs. Undoubtedly the most significant diplomatic victory gained by UK-Russians since the Genera summit conference was in West Germany. Chancellor Konraci Ademiuer is the ib! t pi ) Westt n t u m n in Europe. But he was lit orally lighting with lib back to the wall during his negotiations in Moscow Bonn's dip loin it tic recognition Wlule His Mo scow-Pel ping Axis is talking "peaceful co-existence" ih* Ked* are slopping up the cold \Vi>r in the Far East. In Korea, the Communist North is brazenly violating the 1953 truce u^reeim-m. L:ke Formosa. Thailand, Indo- Ci.m;t and Indonesia, the Republic of i souih' Korea remains under ror,s;;mi :hr(Mt from ihe Moscow- PtMpmu A\i> which is now basing more I'l^mrr aircraft on rebuilt Ke'd airfield?. The situation is even more eriti* ri ! m ln<io Cli m \here Com inform M j u\\ p t_ pin_ 4.xis is also ; ^ i ! u u i si i tspecially in I )i i i it o i — where the now hold ihe balance of pow- BETWKEN TWO GENEVAS: Despite the pleasant front between Russia's Bulgrtnin (left) and West Germany's Adenauer In Moscow. Adenauer was HRMing with his back to the wall. His recognition of Russia gives Moscow an advantage in October parley. of Kussia has made chances of a successful foreign ministers' conference in Ocioiier much worse. The Kremlin will now be, able to deal directly with West Germany — as well as with the Fast German puppet regime — instead of negotiating with the West on German unity. The Reds are also in a stronger position to PI-PAS for a united Germany aloiif; Communist, lines—just ji.s they arc pressing for a "united China." "uniied Korea" mid "uuit- ed Imio-Chmn." also along Communist lines, . Said the West German diplomat quoted earlier in this .'survey; "Af- tor Geneva there was little Adenauer could do but make the best possible bargain with the Russians." In Yugoslavia, Marshal Tito's at-j tmnpt to blackmail the U. S. by ad- \ocatint, i n ut \l •> c in t between "Russia and Americn" has; virumUy wrecked, the Balkan AHl- \ nice ot Yugoslavia, Greece and | Uuktv I Even staunchly anti-Communist Greece _ a key nation in NATO's Mediterranean defense line — is veering towards a "popular front" with the Reds. There is bitterness in Greece over Cyprus. Greek leaders charge that Britain is even working hand- in-hand with Cyprus Communists in an effort to prevent the predominantly Greek island from joining the mother country. Chiefs of EDA, Greece's outlawed Communist Party, recently issued open invitations to prominent politicians to visit Russia. When Georges Pupan- dreu, anti-Communist Social Democratic leader, declined the Invitation he was accused by the Reds of "vlolatinff the spirit of.. Geneva," They hinted darkly that if Greece does not, come lo terms with Russia she will gain Soviet enmity and lo.se U. S. aid. T|ys .s also Red strategy in other NATO nations since the Geneva summit meeting. u*n i i p etui - i campaign i | of utm i n nt U S.-support-: j ed t,ou!i mi ot Pi tuner Diem. ' Their a:ni is 10 reduce South Viet- 1 nam to ch:ios so they can take it L) ( 1 In I L, i n b> n<d c ' ei t Japan, too. 'seem.* to have leaned ' oward the Moscow-Peiping Axis 1 nt Ctn \ i i Japan's Kurt*ij;n Minister Main or u ShigiMmit.su said recently in Washington that his country would not approve recognition uf the Chinese Ketis. He added: '\Vi' niusl beware of Communist peace offfiisives \vliich aim at troatins difficulties and dissension unions the free nations." Yet U. S. officials in Tokyo HIT! it i i i H il n u' about a pro- : Ri'ci trend in Japan "which has now, 1 spread in the masses," ; The Chinese Reds are today a*; smiling as their Russian allies. But they are even more determined to; gain their ends: 1. Immediate possession of Formosa and the withdrawal of the 7th Flee: from the Formosa Straii. 2. U. S. recognition o! Mao Tse- lung's Reel regime. 3. A place for Communist, Chin?, in the United Nalions. . 4. Eventual domination of all Asia. THE ARAB WOULD: Red agents trained in Moscow and Peiping are busily exploiting. Arab uprisings against the French in North Africa. Moscow now sup-! plies arms to Egypt and other Mid-, die Eastern suites while Soviet and I Red Chinese officials continue to encourage bloody turmoil in Gaza,; bordering on Israel, and spread i anti-U. S. propaganda in Syria, j Lebanon, Iran and Afghanistan. i As Western diplomats see il, [ Russia has all to gain and noth- j ing to lose from the "poslezhen- ] evski" (post - Geneva) atmos- | phere. : > West Europeans who now enjoy j unprecedented prosperity, are so j thrilled to have gotten rid of the I ilUr-BIB LUM GOD BIBLE THAT ISN'T READ—This Bible, which nobody can ri'jd today, is a recent addition to the rare-book collection in the Detroit. Mich . Public Library. It's a translation into the language o! the Massachusetts Indians, who disappeared as a tribe in the riniy 1700's. Translation was made by the Rev. John Eliot, D.D., in l'(i(i3. Dr. Eliot devised ihe alphabet, as the tribe had none, and then taught the Indians how to read il. Today, because the tribe's traditions and dialect in the Algonquin tongue are forgotten, ncibody can decipher Dr. Eliot's Bible. The copy pictured above is one" of a second, revised edition, printed by Samuel Green, Of Cambridge, Mass., in 1C85. U.S. Can Lead World in Peace, Benson States tional. j, ••11 is possible to «rtopi immedl- nldv a great pi-ORi'iun of American- ism'Umt will sell nn oncoming gcn- muvoii on ilu- (uctors Hint h»v» made this nation steal," Benson i said. LITTLE ROCK <ifi — George S. | "If we can thus make the on- Benson. president of Hardin Col-! comiliR Ri'iii'r.mun to Comnunnsl elge. Seurcy. said here yesterday j and Socialist prnpaKiunla, miinimt that tile United States can lead the 10 political dpmiiROKtu'n and milling world to peace and plenty. to co-operate together I'.ntler ine Benson was a speaker at the fittn ; luiidaiiiPiital prnu'iples ot our Ame "'~ annual coinvemion of the Missouri- j lean \uu of life, the results will b» Arkansas District. Kiwanis Interna- i marvelous. Dollar for Dollar The Biggest Piano Value Ever Offered! ',hiT,r. of 3 :i;;clear war that they ' .ire ri.-ady :o make the widest pas-1 -ib!t' political concessions to the: MnMrow-Peiping; Axis. j Moscow has even become the i Mecca of once strongly anti-Coni-! niunist muions. Pravda now prints j each day page-one reports of for- j i-i^n officials making the pilgrim-j Hire to ihe Red capital. j During the months of July and August alone. 395 delegations from 61 countries visited Soviet Russia. These included — in addition to junketing U. S. Senators — nations like Britain, Prance. Weal Germany. Finland, .Sweden. Egypt. Syria. Japan and other European, Asian and African stales, Though the "spirit of Geneva" has gripped the free peoples of Europe and Asia, the basic issues nf the cold war are as yet nowhere near solution and the meeting of the foreign ministers is not expected to accomplish FIRST ARBOR DAY Arbor Day first was observed April 10. 1872, in Nebraska, when more than a million trees were set out in mat state. 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