The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 25, 1955
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TUESDAY, OCTOBEn 25, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE F1VB Geneva 'Spirit' to Get New Test at Parley This Week By JAMES MARLOW Associated Tress News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — When the Big Four foreign ministers open their three-week meeting in Geneva Thursday, they will be making another test of the so-called "spirit of Geneva." But it will not be the final test. It will be just one more test. And it probably will not be very successful although at the end of it the diplomats can be expected to issue some pleasant bulletins about progress of some kind. If they make any progress it will b an achievement since the Ihree main problems they will discuss at Geneva have been big problems ;i long time and are not likely of settlement this soon. The -air of optimism could be breathed in easily for a .short time after President Eisenhower met at Geneva last July with Premier Bul- ganin of Russia and the heads of the British and French governments. . j The world was astonished that 1 Russia and the West at Geneva \ couLd not only get along so pleas- j antly but that they could get along j at all. At Geneva all sides expressed pious hopes and peaceful intentions. But, when it was boiled down, all that happened at Geneva was talk. Any concrete results of the meeting there had to be .shown by deeds later. The Eisenhower administration, as it faced tests of the Geneva spirit, began to put a damper on op', lism. First Test in U.X. The first test catnq early in the fall at the United Nations when the United States and .Russia had their frist chance, since Geneva, to discuss publicly the President's .sensational aerial inspection proposal made at Geneva. T "t the U. N. the United States and Russia got nowhere. Nov/ comes the second test when Secre-, tary of State Dulles meets this week at Geneva with Russia's Foreign Minister Moloiov and the foreign ministers of Britain and France. Eisenhower and the other three members of the Big Four had agree dtheir foreign ministers would meet at this time to discuss these three main problems: (1) German unification and European security; (2) disarmament; (3) improving relations between the West and Russia in trade and exchange of visitors. Almost since the end of World War n the West and Russia have not been able to agree on the unification of Germany. Russia is expected again to balk at Western unification proposals, for various reasons. For example: it doesn't want a united Germany in a military alliance with the West but West Germany is already in such an alliance. If the West Germans and Communist-run East Germans voted now on unification and choosing a single government the victory almost surely would go to a non-Communist government which would be allied with the West. From the Russian viewpoint there seems no reason to hurry,on this one. On the contrary, by holding out the bait of a united Germany if the Germans agree to break loose from the West, the Russians can hope at least to damage, if not break up, the. Western Allies now united' in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. It seems impossible that the West and Russia in- the short time since the Big Four meeting in Geneva could agree on a European security organization that would satisfy the Russians, if they want to be satisfied. A Geneva, Eisenhower suggested this country and Russia exchange blueprints on their military establishments and permit each other to check establishments from the air. The Eisenhower administration says this is a plan that should be preliminary to any agreements on disarmament. The Russians want to talk about general disarmament. This whole business is up in the air, unlikely to be solved at Geneva. As for improving relations be- tueen the West and Russia, perhaps some minor agreements can be made if the foreign ministers ever have time to discuss this problem. The other two problems may take all their time. When he left for Europe last Friday Dulles wasn't making any big predictions. The most he'd say was that he hoped he and the other foreign ministers could build "modestly" on What the Big Four began in Geneva last summer. DROOPING SPIRITS—With children back at school, there were fewer visitors to throw peanuts at the elephants in New York's Bronx Zoo. So this poor fellow had to drape his trunk over the wall and hunt for tidbits that might have fallen in busier days. His woebegone look indicates the pickings were slim Ku Klux Klan Given Charter ATLANTA WI — A new Ku Klux Klan organization has been granted a charter in Georgia. Pulton (Atlanta) Superior Court Judge Claude D. Shaw yesterday signed an order to permit formation of the U. S. Klans, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. Attorney for the charter application was Samuel Green Jr., son of the late Dr. Samuel Green of Atlanta, identified as A former imperial wizard of the association of Georgia Klans. The charter for the Association of Georgia Klans was revoked several years ago by Atty. Gen. Eugene Cook. The charter for the new organization said the nature of the "said corporation shall be to ... promote a better way of life among its members and to uphold the Constitution of the United States." Vandals Wreck Countv Offices MADISON, Mo. ifft — Vandals wrecked most of the furniture in Madison's city offices over the weekend. Sheriff Mark Bodine said tables and chairs were broken up and pile in a middle of a room. The officers are located on the second floor of a business building. A sheriff said no arrests have been made. POSSIBLE — Dr. Clifford C. Furnas is being considered by President Eisenhower as assistant secretary of defense for research and development. Furnas is chancellor of the University of Buffalo Bleeding Out Says the Boss SWINDON, England t& — Is "bleeding" a swear word in Britain, just likei ts relative "bloody?" No, says June Woodwards. Yes,,says the management of the Plessey Engineering Co, So now 300 workers are on strike. June, a 17-year-old 'employe of the company, admits she referred to the "bleeding clerks" when her pay envelope was short 5 shillings (70 cents). Her boss called it cussing and fired her. Her workmates agreed with June that it wasn't and walked out. "The company said it may not ,be regarded as a swear word in London but that it is a swear word in Swindon," June told newsmen. In bleeding London, the bleeding- Cockneys can hardly utter a bleeding sentence without using "bleeding." Police Still Without Clue In Brutal Chicago Slayings CHICAGO m — The intensive search for the sadistic slaeyrs of three Chicago schoolboys was a week old today and police said they still \vere without a tangible clue to the identity of the killers. But there was no letup in the investigation by city, county and state law enforcement officials. Police held tor lurtner questioning two men who were seized yesterday. They said both own automobiles answering the general description of those seen parked last Tuesday morning in the Robinson Woods forest preserve parking lot near which the boys' bodies were found. At the same time the rewards for capture and conviction of the slayers mounted to some 530,000, including S10.000 each from the city and Cook County. Joining the officials in the search for clues today were more than 1,600 janitors on the Northwest side. Th How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly in Place Do your lalse teeth aunoy and embarrass by slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, laugh or talk? Just sprinkle n little FASTEETH on your plates. This alkaline (non-acid) powder holds false teeth more firmly and more comfortably. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Docs not sour. Checks "piste odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH today at any drug counter. Teachers Hear FBI Man \ CAPE GIRARDEAU — Herbert' Philbrick, who for nine years; worked for the FBI as a spy | against the Communist Party, was ; the main speaker at the annual Southeast Missouri Teachers Meet- ; ing in Cape Girardeau Friday. ' Pemiscot County schools closed j for the day so teachers could attend | the meeting. WE RENT • HOSPITAL BEDS . . . BABY BEDS • ROLLAWAY BEDS • USED REFRIGERATORS • USED WASHERS WADE FURNITURE CO. H2 W. 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SeMo Officers Seek Bob Rice CARUTHERSVILLE — Walter (Bob) Rice, the object of n manhunt here two weeks ago, remains at large, according to county authorities. Rice is accused of attempted murder in connection with his breakout of the Jasper County, Mo., jail last August. His brother, Charles Rice of neat- hero, has been released after a charge of having an improper automobile license was dismissed. Although officers had said the brother would be charged with assisting a criminal, no such charges are on the Magistrate Court roc- Individuals-Gronps-Farm Bureau WAYLIN CHESSER Call reiircscnlative Blue Cross - Blue Shield P.O. Box :(07 Blythevllle, Ark. Phone I'Oplar 3-3106 PILE VICTIMS: THORNTON-MINN Work. In minut*, UiU foe (wrf Thu clinic-proved oLntoMnt • * MM. p(*f« formula with imtrtdwote to i» liavtj pain, burning, itrhlt«, and % help r*duo» swelling. 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