The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1955 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 16, 1955
Page 9
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1955 BLYTHEVULE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE TONIGHT IS STAG NIGHT atWhilsill's MEN ONLY 6 TO 9 P.M. Du//es Truly 'Lived and Learned About Russia's Changing Attitude By JAMES MARI.OW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — If Secretary of. State Dulles wanted to write a book on his feelings about the Russians over the past five months he could call it "Live and Learn." In that time he expressed plenty of qualified misgivings that the Russians had changed, but through it all, at least judging from what he said, he still clung to a feeling of optimism that maybe they had. CABIN STILL mHd in proof... yet rich in flavor He went to last July's summit meeting in Geneva, where Presidente Eisenhower talked with Soviet Premier Bulganin and the heads of ihe British and French governments, a meeting whose startling pleasantness developed the'phrase "spirit of Geneva." When he returned from there, he was reportedly worried the Western Powers might assume wrongly that the Russians had truly softened up and that it was all right to relax a bit. But on Sept. 22, in a speech to the United Nations, he said: "A new spirit does indeed prevail, with greater flexibility and less brlttleness in international relations." * Pretty Optimistic That sounded pretty optimistic, and he still sounded that way 23 days before he went back to Geneva for his October meeting with Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov and the foreign ministers of Britain and France, On Oct. 4—the Geneva meeting was Oct. 27—he told a news conference he believed the four foreign ministers would make positive progress at Geneva toward the reunification of Germany. As it turned out, they made no progress on anything, and particularly they made no progress Germany. Dulles and Molotov went to Geneva with opposite ideas on how to reunify the country and neither budged an inch to accept the other's. The Russians were bothering Dulles nevertheless on Oct. 4, for he told reporters that day he had twice warned the Soviets that Communist shipment of arms to Egypt would not "contribute" to lessening world tensions. "Habit of Zig-Zagglng" Still, he kept thinking that maybe^. . . On Oct. 10 he told the American Legion the Russians had a habit of zig-zagging to get what they wanted, but said he thought world opinion "will act as a compulsion on the Soviet Union to re- SWrtt-Wdler Distillery, Established Louisville, Ky., 1849 Dangerous Newcomers ALBUQUERQUE (J) — A luncheon speaker warns that 7,400 people entered this county last year who are illiterate, don't believe in God 'or the constitution, who disrupt church services and are a threat to the schools. They are the babies born last year. lax its grip upon East Germany and to permit unification." From the way the Russians acted when Dulles met them later that month in Geneva, world opinion was something which didn't seem to be influencing them at all. Dulles came back from that meeting and reported t o the nation Nov. 18. He said a number of questions were in the air, as a result of the meeting, including this one: "Will the so-called cold war be resumed in full vigor? He still seemed to be hoping for a silver lining for he answered the question: "We must assume that the Soviet Union will continue its efforts short of war to make its system prevail . . . We can, however, hope that this competition will not entail all the same hostility and animosity which so defiled relations between us in the past." That hope faded in a hurry. Between then and now Bulganjn and Chubby Communist party chief Nikita Khrushchev visited Southern Asia, where they spread pure poi- son — without sugar — about the West and the United States and Britain. Yesterday Dulles seemed like a badly disillusioned man. B» Paris, calking to the NATO Council of Ministers, he said the East-West cold war is on again after n.early a year of Soviet zig-zagging. In fact, he said," the Russians seem to have repudiated the spirit of peneva. BEST BUYS Christmas Cards Personaliicd with N»BM HSO up 25 » '!' Samuel F. Norris Across From City Hall FARM LOANS Six Star Feature 1. No brokerake fees to pay 2. No stock to purchase 3. An opportunity to establish credit with a large insurance Co. that is and has been for many years a permanent lender in this territory. 4. Long time low Interest rate. 5. We pay the appraisal and attorney fees, 6. Quick service, fast closing We close loans before mos* companies make their 1m- spections. For Information, See, Call or Write LOGAN FINANCE CO. * Lynch Building BIytheville, Ark. phone 2*2034 Exclusive Agent for American United Life Insurance Co. Sheriff Is Own Victim ROSE' HILL, N.C. 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