The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1954 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 24, 1954
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIEK NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 24, 1945 East, West Prepare For Korea Debate UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. (AP) — Russia and the Western Powers took advantage of a lull in East-West debate in the United Nations today to marshal their arguments on the stormy Korean issue. The "Assembly's chief Political Committee, now occupied with the Indoneslan-D u t c h dispute ovci West New Guinea, hopes to tun late this week to the rival plani. for unifying Korea. The West and the Communists last deadlocked or the issue at the Geneva politlca conference In June. Because of Russia's new policy of trying to win friends in the U.N., delegates speculated Hint the Soviets might come up with a plan to break the stalemate over super vision of all-Korean elections. South Korea and her U.N. allict already were reported at odds over a Western compromise plan to settle the election question which torpedoed the Korean phase of the Geneva talks . Yanr Protests South Korean Ambassador You Chan Yang has protested that the new proposal, reportedly advanced by Britain and Canada and agreed to by the 13 other U.N. allies, represents a drastic change in position which would take, the Korean problem out of the U.N.'s hands. These sources said it would set up a supervisory commission, similar to the one created In Indochina, consisting of South Korea, a Communist nation and a neutral. South Korea President Syng- man Rhee has said flatly his people want "no foreign government or foreign nationals" involved In the election. South Korea's Foreign Mlisttr Y. T. Pyun Is due here soon to take part in the Korean debate. Western diplomats speculated Whether Andrei Vishlnsky's death would mean any change in Russia's position on Korea. Ambassador Jacob Malik, who, has been named to head the Soviet delegation temporarily, has never been noted for his Western leanings. But Arkady Sobolev, No. 2 man on the Soviet delegation and be- liftv«d by somt observers slated to eventually inherit Vishinsky's chair, has maintained better relations with Western diplomats than any other high Soviet delegate i Many believe that, In view of the Kremlin's new conciliatory attitude, either Sobolev or Malik might lend a sympathetic ear to Western attempts to compromise the Korean Issue. U.N. circles pointed out that Russia made a number of sub- fltantial concessions at Geneva. Along with her North Korean and Red Chinese colleagues, she accepted the principle of proportional representation In the proposed North-South legislature and a six- month time limit for holding elec- tions. She also agreed to negotiate on the powers of nn nil-Korean commission, as proposed by North Korea, to take charge of elections. However, the Communists rejected the authority of the U.N. in Korea and Insisted on measures which would make genuinely free elections difficult if not impossible. Czechs to Attend Soviet Conference BERLIN ilfi— Communist Czechoslovakia today announced appointment, of a delegation to attend the European security conference the Soviet Union proposed he held Nov. 29. The announcement, published by the East German government news agency, AON, heightened speculation that the Soviet* arc nolnn ahead with plans to hold the meeting In Moscow next week, even though only Soviet satellites have agreed to attend. Previously Soviet quarters In East Berlin said the conference plan would be dropped altogether II only the Soviet bloc nations accepted. W A 11 ' 1 N G ORDER IN THE CHANCEUV COURT, C111CKASAWBA DISTRICT, M'SIISSIPFI COUNTY, ARKANSAS James P. Todd. Pitt. vs. No. 12,842 Mamie B. Todd, Dft. The defendant. Mamie B. Todd, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof nnd answer the complaint of the plaintiff, James P. Todd. Dated this Olh day or November, 1854. SEAL GBRALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. 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