The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 16, 1955 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 16, 1955
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY, 16, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWI PAGE ELEVEN Dulles' Speech Tonight Should Reflect Change In Ike's Foreign Policy By /AMES MAKLOW Ai»pcUted Pren News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — Time and experience have changed the Eisenhower administration's statements on foreign policy and the speech which Secretary of State Dulles makes tonight will probably reflect the change. The policy may be firm as ever. But the way it's expressed to the world is far more restrained than it was, (or Instance, as long ago as the 1952 presidential campaign and as recently as last year when Dulles talked of "massive retaliation." During the 1952 campaign Dulles was talking of how the. Soviet Union could be disintegrated from within by "passive resistance, slowdowns and noncooperation." The only "alternative way" to stop Soviet communism, he said, was by a. "frightful head-on collision." In the same campaign President Eisenhower said: "Can Never Rest" "We can never rest and we must so inform all the world including the Kremlin that until the enslaved nations of the world have in the fullness of freedom the right to choose their paths, that then, and only then, can we say that there •is a possible way of living peacefully and permanently with communism In the world." Neither Eisenhower nor Dulles uses language like that any more. Nor is Eisenhower any longer talking — as he did in his first State of the Union message in 1953 — about pulling back the 7th Fleet to let Chiang Kai-shek on Formosa get at the Red Chinese mainland. On the contrary. Eisenhower is seeking a Formosan cease-fire which would have the effect of anchoring Chiang on Formosa indefinitely, if not forever. And instead of talking now about the impossibility of permanent peace with communism until the "enslaved nations" have freedom. Eisenhower Is talking of a "modus Vivendi," a "stalemate," and "peaceful coexistence" as the hope of the world. In his speech to the Foreign Policy Assn. in New York tonight Dulles Is expected to clarify, to some extent, this country's position On defending the Chiang-held Islands of Quemoy and Matsu or yielding them to the Red Chinese. The repent raucous threats of the Red Chinese have given the American government plenty of provocation to talk belligerently, if It wanted to. It hat, Instead, been talking with restraint. Over a year ago — on Jan. 12, 1954, in a talk to the Council on Foreign Relations in New York — Dulles spoke of "massive retaliation," a statement which caused so much uneasiness among American allies, who could visualize an atomic war with them in the middle, that he spent a lot of time later modifying it. It wasn't the first times Dulles had mide the allies uneasy. He had talked pretty bluntly to some of them too. He has been much milder and more patient in recent months. Elsenhower himself last Aug. 4 set the. tone of this country's relations with its allies, a tone followed ever since, when he said this country should follow a "good partner" policy. Thief Takes All OKLAHOMA CITY dfl — A thiej who stole the kitchen sink came back to finish the job. He took the bathtub, loo. the Rev. Coy Brown complained to police yesterday. The house is vacant. Bcndix Under Knife LOS ANGELES ifl — Actor Wil liam Bendix was reported in good condition last night at Good Samaritan Hospital after a stomach ulcer operation. Bendix, 49, is expected to be hospitalized for two weeks. The Belgian Congo Is 17 time.? the size of the mother country, Belguim. One-Record Marathon Keeps Turning NEW ORLEANS Wl — The one- record marathon of two disc jockeys spun into It* third day today. Bill Elliott and Bill Stanley, .announcers at radio station WNOE, started their marathon with the record "Shtiggy Boom" as a gag at 6 a.m. Monday to publicize the station's new all-night broadcasting schedule. They wore out two records and had to record the tune on tape to spare their third and last copy. The blues-rhythm tune was recently recorded and tells of a lover pleading for the return of his affections. The only breaks in the "Shtiggy Boom" chant were newscasts, commercials and a broadcast of the feature race from the fairgrounds yesterday. Neither Elliott nor Stanley gave a hint when the marathon would end. Station manager James Gordon said phone calls flooded the station's switchboard, some approving and a few complaining. He said one person said there must be something wrong with the station because "they keep hearing the same record." Same Gunman, Same Station SHAWNEE, Okla OT-Floyd Williams, a service station attendant, looked, up last night to see a famll- I lar man in blue Jeans and a sweat shirt confronting him with a revol- r. "Not again," Williams said, slapping his forehead. "Yep," stlt the bandit. "Fork It over.' Williams gave him the day's receipts, $60. Last Friday night the same gun.- man got $200. Skiing Is Rough On Honeymooners LAKE PLACID, N. Y, OPJ—Brok- en legs on a skj slope broke up two honeymoons. Mrs. Walter Kern, of Elmer, N. J., suffered a fractured right leg and, a few minutes later, R. J. Quigley, of Atlantic City, a member of the same party, suffered a broken left leg. The newlywed couples had become acquainted while staying at the same hotel here. Bullets Stop Hobo Dog and Miners Mourn BINGHAM, Utah (ff) — The dog- without-a-name was a tough old hobo, but not tough enough for bullets. Just another big, shaggy, black- j and-brown stray, he got to be a: familiar sight to miners driving to and from work at this huge open- I pit copper mine. j He wouldn't let anyone within 25 j feet of him. but he always stationed himself beside the highway leading to this canyon town. Many miners saved scraps from their lunch boxes to place in a box at the roadside for him. But he wasn't at his station Monday. Yesterday, a group of miners went to look for him. They found his body, riddled by five .22-caIiber rifle bullets, lying in blood-spattered snow. Someone had used dog-without-a- name for target practice. Anti-Fascist Group Dissolved NEW YORK Wt—The Joint Anti- Pasclst Refugee Committees, listed Nixon Tells Coffee Growers U.S. Is Interested in Prices By BEN F. MEYER SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador W — The \Vestern Hemisphere's coffee-producing countries had Vice President Richard M. Nixon's assurance today that the U. S. government Is "vitally concerned" over any economic difficulties the recent drop In coffee prices might bring them. Nixon told members of El Salvador's coffee association last night that the United States is "entering with an open mind" into a study of the world coffee situation agreed on at the Inter-American Economic Conference in Brazil last November. Nixon spoke at a reception the association gave for him shortly alter he arrived In El Salvador on his Caribbean good will tour. The party flew in from Guatemala In a U. S. Air Force Constellation. With Henry Holland, assistant U. S. secretary of State for Latin- American affairs, Nixon called on President Oscar Osorio. He later met legislative and labor leaders. The vice president planned to lunch with Osorio today after visit- Ing housing projects, schools and agricultural centers near the capital. The recent drop in U. S. coffee prices has worried El Salvador. 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