The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1955 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVII.I.E (AUK.) COURIER NE\YS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1955 Sharp Clashes Between West, Molotov Expected at Geneva By JOHN' M. HIGHTOWER GENEVA (AP) — The second round of this year's East- West negotiations at Geneva almost certainly will produce sharp clashes between Western spokesmen and Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov — with Germany at the center of the controversy. In the encounters following tip| the summit conference last July, the Big Four foreign ministers are expected to put to severe test the "spirit of G e n e v a" developed when President Eisenhower and Soviet Premier Bulganin met here with British Prime Minister Eden and French Premer Faure. The July conference succeeded mainly In establishing a curteous, top-level contact between the Soviet and Western governments and in dramatizing the fact that both sides would rather find ways of easing world tensions than let their 10-year-old conflict drift along toward atomic disaster. Didn't Solve Problems But the July conference actually did not solve any of the out-standing problems. The heads of government assigned their foreign ministers the task of detailed! negotiations on German reunifica- ton. European security, some aspects of disarmament and freer contacts between Russia and the Western Powers. Now, in the meetings opening here Thursday, it is up to both sides to find out how much of the good will displayed here in July can be translated into action. TJ.S. Secretary of State Dulles, British Foreign Secretary Macm.il- lan and French Foreign Minister Pinay will be prepared to insist that Supreme Court Doesn't Rule On DWI Issue isls accused of drunken driving to submit to blood tests. The court voted ti-U '.o dismiss Uie UIMU* v. ti... • -•-case Justices Fiecd and nouslas cd the Constitutions prohibition dissented. Chief Justice Warrm j a,",:un.il unreasonable search ami took no part. ! srauir. denied Him the pm-ilcue The dismissed appeal had been' against seH-incrnninalion. mid vio- (iled by Marvin Stuuri Walton, who lated the guarantee of due process \Key to Recovery Walton's appeal contended the } g w ,,_ W hen hi. dtufh- of the blood sample violat- l( .° s ' c( ^ )vmlbl( . was stolen Everett Heed sot a set of keys to the itolen just in ease. WA;.7-IINOTON W--The Supreme ' said police it I a San Jose, Calif., ac- j of law. Court yesterday declined to pass 0:11 ridem investigation bureau look a! ~" : whether a'state may require motor-i sample of his blood despite his : Head Courier News Classmen The next day, while driving home from work, Heed spotted the c»r parked in a clly park. He drove It home and reported the recovery to police. the first and greatest problem before the conference is that of reuniting West and East Germany. They will nrgue that there can be no secure peace in Europe until unification is achieved. Molotov. following the line already laid down by Bulganin, is expected to contend that the time for unifying Germany has not arrived and will not come so long as West Germany remains a member of the North Atlantic Alliance. According to all the evidence to date, he will insist that first the Atlantic Alliance must be replaced by an all-European security system. The Western Powers are seeking to reserve and strengthen the Atlantic Alliance. They want East and West Germany merged under conditions which will permit the unified nation to join NATO. They want to eliminate any possibility of a future Communist Germany, or a German alliance with Russia. Western officials believe Russia, on the other hand, wants both to destroy the Western alliance and to create the opportunity for communizing; Germany sometime in the future. Failing that. Russia apparently is determined to hold onto her position in East Germany. Chances of winning Soviet agreement to unification of Western terms appear nil. THEY'RE NOT FOR KEEPS, BUT-Children in West Berlin are delighted by an innovation in the traveling library idea. I he Red Cross unit there is sponsoring a mobile "Toy Library" which lends toys to tots for a specified period of time. The rotation p'an keep? the kids from getting bored with their, toys. A gift awaits those who take Eood care of the borrowed items. GOP Leaders Set Early February As Time for Ike to Tell Plans WASHINGTON tfl — Republican leaders tentatively have set the first week in February as the time they believe President Elsenhower Will say whether he will run again. This timetable reportedly has been worked out by GOP National Chairman Leonard W. Hall and pth- er GOP strategists on the basis of progress reports on the President's health and because of political necessities. One of the governing factors Is the need to know 90 days before the May 8 Ohio presidential preference primary whether the President's name will go on the ballot in that state. Ohio law requires the written consent of the candidate before delegates pledged to him can be entered on the ballot. While there are a number of ways Eisenhower could still avoid committing himself for this primary, Elsenhower aides have noted the historical significance of the late Sen. Robert A. Taft's action In announcing his 1952 presidential candidacy by writing Ohio election officials. The tentative February timing also jibes with indications that the President's physicians will not be ready much before (hat time to tell whether Eisenhower's recovery from a heart attack will be complete. Dr. Paul Dudley White said after an examination of Eisenhower in Denver Saturday his patient is progressing "exactly on schedule" toward recovery but "we will have to wait another two or three months to make sure of the completeness of his recovery." State Supreme Court Rejects Motion on Race Track Ruling DOCTORS KNOW . .. thi§ ioeclal- iied aspirin for children is made to best fit children's need*! LITTLE ROCK *.fl—The Arkansas,,. Supreme Court yesterday rejected a motion to make effective immediately its ruling that OaklaWn Jockey Club does not have a valid franchise for horse racing at Hot Springs. The court made such a ruling a week ago. Last Tuesday Atty. Gen. Tom Gentry filed motion asking for an immediate mandate in the case. This would have cut off Oaklawn from the customary opportunity to ask the court for a rehearing and would have permitted the Arkansas Racing Commission to open bids for a new franchise at any time. Oaklawn resisted Gentry's me tioh, which the court today turne down without comment. The rction means that Oaklawn has until Nov. 3 to ask the cou to reconsider its decision. An Oaklawn spokesman has said a petition for rehearing will be filed. Get Protection As Well As Quality Be sure Its PURNELL'S PRIDE FRYING CHICKEN U.S. INSPECTED FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE What Does "Inspected For Wholesomeness" Mean? A bird that carries the "inspected" mark of the I'.S.D.A. has been examined by a government Inspector who has found no evidence of conditions that might make the bird or vts edible organs' unfit for food. Distributed By THE NUNN PROVISION COMPANY eanourn Aways carry fast-acting Turns for top-speed relief from acid indiges- tion.No water aeedcd.Nowciung. firms v 10 i" *°* NOW... 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