Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 21, 1955 · Page 2
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 2

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, October 21, 1955
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TWO EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MU.* FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1955 Uwl for » WAN!' Al) i'«k« D|lles Doubts Geneva Parley T<! Be Success IS Pessimistic Over Aliv Good Kcsiili* »*. * Fjfoni Conference i' n£ : I!0\VAUO HANDLEMAX WASHINGTON —(INS)- Secretary Jbf Stale John Foster Dulles expects little or nothing lo come fromQlie Geneva meeting of east and jwcst foreign ministers next Grieve Fnr Mother Who Kntied tAfe . This was revealed today by an official source who attended Hie DulldS briefing of Republican and Democratic Congressional leaders al the Stale Department yesterday.'"' ' By agreement the Congressional leaders expressed optimism as they left the meeting. But privately, one man present at the briefing said that Dulles was most pessimistic. He quoted Dulles as saying: 1. He would not be surprised if the Russians refused to even talk about reunification of Germany. The United States has said time and again that reunificalion and freedom for Germany are essential first steps towards general security and an end to the cold war. ; •2. Tiie Russians can be expected lo talk a good deal about disarmament. but agree. to nothing. 3. Some progress may be made toward increased trade and cul tural contacts because the Russians want both. The source said Dulles was asked point-blank whether he thought results of the foreign ministers' meeting might permit him to return to the U. S. and suggest cuts in defense spending. The answer, the source said, was an emphatic "No." Then, he reported, Dulles -was askcii whether there was hope that the results of the meeting might warrant an order to slow down the increase in defense spending. Again, Dulles answered with an emphatic "N'o." This report of what went on behind closed doors was in sharp contrast to the agreed-upon statements of optimism which the Congressional leaders expressed aftei the briefing. . Sen. Waller F. George (D) Ga. chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said: "I believe we have the greatest opportunity of this century to do something for the stability of the world, if we have the courage to grasp it." r.r ' Others specking on the record expressed th* same general viewpoint. Dulles did get a most important pledge from both Democratic and Republican Congressmen that he would have tiie support of both parties in the course of aclibn the O. S. has set for'Geneva. 'No Polities' (Continued from Page 1) ever going lo be a parly to ag gressive war—against any na lion." An 88-page booklet of about 40,000 words, made public late yesterday by the Slate Department, included formal statements made by Eisenhower and other heads of government at the sum' mil conference last July. These statements already ha( been reported in substance. However, the record included the texts of about a half dozen of. Eisen hower's statements which had never 'been made fully public Only previously published state menls by the other principals were released. At one point, the President directed his remarks especially at his old World War II comrade- in-arms Marshal Georgi Zhukov, who was at Geneva as Russia's defense minister: "I would particularly like my friend. Marshal Zhukov, lo listen to what I have to say. I have known-him for a long lime and he knows that, speaking as soldier lo soldier, I have never uttered a single."word that 1 did not believe to be the truth." Industrial Leaders Look For Business To Increase Moreell Hits Public Power As 'Delusion' WHITE SULl'IIUR SPRINGS-, I'.Va.. Ml—Industrialist Ben V. .Moreell assailed federal public power today as "a fraud and a delusion." • "There is no logical' reason for the popular appeal of public power," lie said, "but demagogues have-been able to hoodwink the public into believing that it is an important factor in their cost of Bewildered and grief-stricken, Benivenulo Trillo, whose wife hanged herself in a Toronto. Canada, police station, is shown with his three children at home. The cmipla came to Canada fvom Italy nine years ago. She was being held on a charge of stealing underwear from a store. , (AP Fhotofox) North Africa Terror Reign Deaths Mount Hit-Run Victim Hurled In Truck BAYONNE, N.J. Ifl-The body of an apparent hit-run victim was 'ound today in the rear'of a dump truck as the driver arrived at (lie city dump. Police identified the man as Jo- lie had been hurled into Ihe back of the truck when struck by Authorities found . glass from a car headlight and other evidence in front of a location where the dump truck had been parked. There are no national holidays in Ihe United Stales. Kach state has jurisdiction over the holidays' if tvill observe. RABAT, French Morocco (.0 — [Nationalist terrorists continued to take KveV and destroy property across French North Africa today as moderate nationalist Falhmi Ben Slhnane pondered a call lo form Morocco's first representative government. Ben Slimane, 57-year-old former pasha of Fez, was due to say not seph Onacello, 45. and theorized later than tomorrow whether lie would accept the new Regency Council's nomination. It was believed lie was awaiting some sign from (he largest Moroccan nationalist party, the Istiqlal. Tlic Istiqlal .has not yet approved tiie four-man Throne Council which has taken over the powers left when the French hustled him off to Tangier Oct. 1. living." Moreell, retired admiral, is aoard chairman of Jones & Laughin Steel Corp. and headed a [foover Commission task.force on water resources and power. His address was prepared for a convention of the Association of Edison Illuminating Companies. • •Asserting any '' sort of public power is socialistic, lax-supported and "economically and morally Moreell said the public lias been sold a false impression of power costs. •Actually." he said, "the cost of power to the average householder is about 1 per cent fori HOT SPRINGS, Va. ranklng industrialists today forecast high-level business activity extending well iiilo 1956 at least. . Several members of the Business Advisory Council,, beginning a two-day, closed-door conference here with Secretary of Commerce Weeks, (old reporters they expect nc economic sinking spell to result from President Eisenhower's ill- ;ss. While avoiding quotation on the question, because "Mis political aspects, most of the industry men interviewed discounted "loss of confidence" as a factor which might produce a setback in business or employment. Business confidence in the Eisenhower administration undoubtedly helped business override the mild recession of 1953-54, one corporation president said, "but there's still lots of confidence today." The head of a major investment house dismissed a reporter's question about the stock market's "blue Mondays" after Eisenhower's heart attack with the. reply: "That's just speculation." Others pointed to major expansions in the auto, atomic, airlines, power and metals industries announced in recent weeks as evidence that confidence in stable economic growth has not been shaken. PilCl clothing and 2 per cent for tobacco; r a i,.g ov j c i and smoking supplies. A reduction.' ' * of only 3 pfcr cent in his tax bill To Trade Elk, Monkeys would pay for all of his jiower." Moreell said citizens can keep TOKYO UV-A Japanese official an eye on municipal power proj- just back from Moscow said he eels and move somewhere else if had negotiated a' Russian-Japanese "socialistic exactions" of such trade deal which should arouse no projects grow too great..But as for federal power, he said: Probers Disclose Perou Spy Chain TOKYO WV-Riissia went to the i'alla conference ji February 19431 with knowledge Japan wauled lo enterprise.^ make peace in the Pacific war,I.,. _ _ , . says Ihe U. S. investigator whoiCliib Founder Backing questioned onetime Foreign Min-Jnjj[, on "Encouraged" ister Shigenori Togo in tiie postwar ' "1 believe it promotes the growth of both nations would benefit from the exchange of Russian elk for of a social cancer of avarice in our body politic, Ihal it is a fraud delusion, fraught with dan- cr to our whole system of private war crimes trials. Official Japanese documents released since the war said the supreme war council decided Sept:! 12, 194-1, lo ask Russia to mediate peace terms. The 'interrogator, Roy L. Morgan Sultan Mohammed Ben Moulay of Greensboro, N. C., said today no answer to ils request. WASHINGTON HI — Dr. Harold M. Dudley, organizer of a club to promote Dr. Milton Eisenhower for the presidency, said today he hasn't heard from the President's! brother about his move—and lakes i encouragement from that fact. | "He's had plenty of lime to \vire|| free world opposition. 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