The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 22, 1952
Page 7
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Adenauer, financial Dispute, Get Ready for Peace 'Pact' PAGE SEVEN C*MT i K>»»»d Ibek major financial U hoMing «p MM We»t Oer- p*»c« oontrsct early today I made preparations tor a week- 1 vtelt from the Big Three for- i mtnlstofc. fc « l«-hotir »e*s»oj! ending •hortly after midnight, Adenauer a«d Western representatives agreed hi principle on what Allied troops in Germany would get from l*ve sea million marks (5202,300,000) * month the Germans have agreed t« raise for defense. The foreign ministers—U.S. Secretary of State Dean Acheson, British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden and French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman—are expected here Saturday /or final settlement of.two remaining points In the contract and signing of the treaty on Monday. Near Sovereignly S«t , The pact will give. West Germany near sovereignty, ending the seven-year occupation, and will ally the . Adenauer government politically and militarily with the West. Once signed, it must be ratified by the U.S. Senate and the parliaments of Britain, France and West Germany. fj In Paris, negotiations for the *fcompanion treaty to set up a six- nation West European army snagged over the number o! years that pact should run and over in-j terim regulations to govern French ! forces in Germany. I Signtngs to Be. Soon The negotiators hoped to iron these out over the week end in Strasbourg, where the six foreign! ministers—of France, Belgium The i Netherlands. Italy, Luxembourg' and West Germany—are due (or a session of the Council of Europe, Negotiators said they hoped to have the European army treaty ready for signing "Monday or sometime next week." But, there were reports from Strasbourg that the troublesome Saar dispute between France and West Germany might break out again there and delay work on the army pact. Ach«on was standing , by in Washington, ready to fly to Europe on receiving word that agreement had been reached on the final points of the peace contract. Settlement of the financial question Indicated he might leave Washing, ton tomorrow. The secretary hopes to attend the signing of the European defense treaty in Paris as well as the ceremonies in Bonn. In announcing agreement, on the financial question, officials declined to say exactly how-the German defense fund would be divided. The Allies had been asking for more than 50 per cent of the monthly sum, on the grounds that the chief burden of German defense would be on them during the period of more than a year that the 400.000-man german defense force will be forming. ' In their week-end conferences Adenauer and the foreign ministers will must settle — 1. When the peace contract will go into effect. 2. The interim status of French and Belgian forces In Germany until the European army treaty becomes effective. BRITAIN'S "A" OHIEF-Ap- parcntly overjoyed w.'.h his new assignment is Dr. W. G. Penney. 43, who has been named to take charge of Britain's "firm test oi an atomic device. Test will take place on Monte Bello Islands, oft the coast of Australia, where an atomic test station is being set up '!k« r Support Given To Warren in California SAN FRANCISCO f/R—The word •went out toriay to California supporters of Gen. Elsenhower to vote for Gor. Earl Warren's Republican Both Parties Are Divided In Texas AUSTIN. Tex. m—Both Republicans and Democrats in Texas are houses divided a week before their state conventions—on May 27—to name delegates to their national party conventions. The Republicans are split, between supporters of £ i. Robert Taft of Ohio and Gen. Liwight. Eisenhower for the presidential nimination. 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It acted 24 hours • before it has to show cause why he should not be released on a 'writ of habeas corpus, j A court martial on Friday sent-' enced Hopping. In civilian life vice ! president, of a Port Newark, NJ.,1 lumber company, to a bad-conduct! discharge for plotting to smear the ; Navy. He had been assigned to! pnsoner-at-large status at Pearl' Harbor pending review. j Hopping's attorney asked for a Federal Court release on grounds Hopping WHS illegally detained The Navy was ordered to answer tomorrow. NTHLY TE Electric 8 Ft, Refrigerator All the Modern Conveniences At a Very Low Price General ^p Electric 8 Ft. Refrigerator Extra Features Makes This One of America's Best Values 95 269 General ^fg} Electric 8 Ft. 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