The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1955 · Page 5
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FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1958 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE .FIVE Yalta Paper leak' Caused Publication By JAMES MAH LOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department has filed an early claim on the 1955 prize for clumsy handling. The way it handled, and then released, the Yalta papers was as clumsy as anything seen in Washington in at least a year. Secretary of State Dulles Juggled the papers as if they were on fire. He didn't seem to know what to do: make them public or keep them private? I n the • end they "leaked." Then he made them public. A year ago the Army gave certain senators, confidentially, a report on its dealings with Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis). One copy was "leaked" to a newspaper, presumably by one of the senators. Whereupon another senator, hearing of this, decided to release the report to newspapers generally. Publication led to a flaming McCarthy-Army row and eventually to the McCarthy-Army hearings. Nothing so sensational is expected from release of the Yalta papers, a two-volume account of the 1945 wartime conference between President Roosevelt, Prime Minister Churchill and Generalissimo Stalin. Churchill Irritated Churchill is irritated by the State Department's release of the papers. He gave grudging consent to their publication when pressed by the department. He said there are mistakes in this American version. State Department officials have worked on gathering the 1945 war time Yalta documents for almos 10 years, intensely in the last two They were printed by the govern ment printer J n limited number. For at least n month the depart ment has had 125 sets of the 834' page volumes. Republicans, criti cal of Roosevelt's performance &< Yalta, for years have demanded the papers be published. Last Monday Henry Suydam Dulles' press chief, said it was "inadvisable" to release the pa pers publicly because they involve national security and U.S. relations abroad. He said Dulles had decided no to publish them but would make 24 copies available t,o Democratic and Republican leaders in House and Senate and to six congressional committees. But Sen, George (D-Ga), chair man of the Senate's Foreign Re lations Committee, declined the honor. He didn't want to bt blamed, he said, for any "leak 1 that might occur. Dulles, after this rebuff, withdrew a bit. He said members o: Congress could have the volumes if they wanted them. And on Tues Gaming Charge DETROIT Wj—Paul L. Dismukes 23, was held today for investigation of gambling and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Police sale Dismukes, halted for driving through a stop sign, hastily stuffed eight numbers slips in .the sweater of his 2-year-old nephew Tommy Harvey. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. \ Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRI., & SAT. Double Feature RANDOLPH Serial "Buffalo Bill" No. 6 And Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature ca^trraafrsgagry.-'-W-jia --- -a YOU'LL LAUGH, CRY, Stalag 17 day at his news conference he said the papers would be made public someday—he didn't know when. But that same day, Tuesday, one of Dulles' aides told a newsman the volumes would be released to newspapers Thursday for publication In Friday morning papers. But. just ns in the McCarthy case, there was a "leak." It is not yet known who did the "leaking." The state Department doesn't seem to be investigating. But sometime ' between Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon several newspapers obtained copies. Dulles then let all the newspapers have them. BAPTIST MISSIONARY—Rev. John D. Gearing, Mississippi County Baptist Association mis : sionary, will be the evangelist at Huffman Baptist Church for the simultaneous revival March 20 through April 3. First revival services will be held 7:30 Sunday night. The public is invited. 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I will review the record and see if there are grounds to take it to the Supreme Court of Massachusetts.' Peter, calm and stoical during the 10-day trial In which he maintained hit Innocence, heard the verdict and slumped In his seat and began to cry. His parents rushed to his side. They were crying too. Joseph Annese, 63, father of the slain girl, who lived only, a block from the Maknrewlcz home, com- mented grimly: "The verdict was okay. But I would feel better if he got death like my daughter." Rhee Is Ready To Attack Reds SEOUL ^—President Syngman Rhee yesterday said "the sooner the better" in commenting on Sec- j retary of State Dulles' statement I that the United States might lift , the ban preventing South Korea land Nationalist China from attack! ing the Reds. "When we were ready to attack and go north, we were stopped," Rhee said. "Difficulties, humiliating retreats and suffering were the result. "The sooner we are able to at- j tack, the better for Korea, Nationalist China, the United States and the rest of the free world." Eleanor Says FDR Would Keep Papers Secret TEL AVTV, Israel f/P) — Mrs. Franklin D. Rrx>sevelt said today that she was "sure" the U.S. record of the Yalta conference would not have been published If her husband had been alive. The wartime president's widow arrived here by air today for a nine-day visit K> children's Institutions in Israel. Asked for comment on the state department disclosures Wednesday night, she replied: "My husband talked wlthf Churchill about a great many things and it is possibly true he suggested that Hong Kong—a great international port—be handed over to China. But I wasn't there and I don't know. "If my husband were alive, I am sure it would not have been published." Read Courier News Classified Ads Diplomat Weds, Heads for U.S. PASADENA. Calif. (fi>> ~ John Sherman Cooper, new US. ambassador to India and Nepal, and his new bride Mrs. Lorraine Rowan Shelvin, of Washington. D.C., headed today for New York, where they'll sail for the Orient. They were married here yesterday at the home of her mother, Princess Orsini. Trie ceremony was attended only by family members. The new Mrs, Cooper, 48, formerly was marnff] to Thomas Sheviin, of New York, und to the I late Robert McAdoo, son of the late. California Sen. William Gibbs McAdoo. This was the second maniage for Cooper. 53, former U.S. senator from Kentucky. Debate Scheduled THE HAGUE, Netherlands (ff) — The Dutch lower house has decided to start debate March 29 on tht Paris accords to rearm West Germany. SILKnCED CARILLON The famous carillon of the Leaning Tower of Pisa was silenced some 20 years ago for fear that the vibrations would hasten tha eventual collapse of the tower. STOPPiNO bargains! 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