The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1951 · Page 18
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 18

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 12, 1951
Page 18
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PACK BKJHTBEX BLYTHIVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEW! THURSDAY, DBCIMBBR fl. TrumanOrdersDetailed Preparations for Visit By Winston Churchill By JOHN >M- HIOHTOWER WASHINGTON, Deo. 12, (AP) — President Trumau lias ordered detailed preparations made for his talks with Prime Minister Churchill hero next month despite Churchill's reluctance to propose a list o( problems for discussion. U.S. officials said today the United States side of Hie two-power meeting is being worked up on the assumption that Churchill will want to go into the whole range of policies governing relations between the two big Western powers and Russia us well (is specific Anglo- American issues. Both the State and Defense Departments are at work on the detailed listings. Churchill sent word about two weeks ago that he did not. plan to draw up an agenda for his scries ol meetings with the President, beginning Jan, 3. The American Embassy in London has been directed nevertheless to seek Ihe fullest possible information on wlmt the prime minister has In mind in coming here. Problem Worked On Churchill also told an American diplomat in London that he did not plan to nsk for American financial assistance. The problem of U. S. aid la In fact, being worked out ahead of his visit by officials nf the two countries at a lower level. Even though Churchill does not directly tackle financial matters In his talks with Mr. Truman, liow- evcr, it is believed by American authorities thai lie will seek to set ttie stage lor substantial American help by stressing the parallel interests of the two countries in world affairs and emphasising a need for close partnership and sharing of nimcnt on Formosa. This has been sore point for a long (Inie and eads to different approaches t° the ucstton of how to deal with the Chinese Reds in any political ncgo- latons which would follow agrce- iciit on o reasc-fire in Korea. Such different u would make the sltua- ion critical If, for example, the British sought to recognise Corn- lunlst China's claim !o Formosa nrt a membership in the United •Jatlons. The United Slates has tnk- n a stand against both claims. responsibility. Washington authorities believe that unless some specific information about Churchill's concept of the talks is forthcoming in advance, the result* mas' not De RS profitable us they conld be. Even nt best, it Is expected that several disagreements *tll develop over such issues as the Churchill proposal for a meeting with Generalissimo Stalin of Russia, the organization of Western Eviropean defenses and Anglo American differences of policy In the Par East. Truman to Bear Down Present indications are that Mr Truman will hear down heavily on all three of these questions: 1. The President has said repeat edly that he does not look forwnri to a meeting with Stalin unless Lh Soviet Premier comes to Washing ton—something everyone here con Elders a practical impossibility. On doubtedly Mr. Truman will seek t discourage Churchill's espousal this project. 2. Recent Churchill fitatenif bearing on the defense bnltd-up i Western Europe are described b administration leaders here as dis appointing. Churchill has said tha he does not consider the danger o war with Russia as great now as was at the time of the Berlin crls three years npo. American offlcla aro apprehensive that this means he believes there is less urgency than they see In getting on with the task of rearmament; they believe the danger of an aggressive Russian move is greater liow that it was three years ago, clue to the Western build-up, "and will remain great until the West has'military power in being to make any Communist aggression too costly to undertake. 3. The difference between the two countries in the Far East revolves around their basic attitudes toward Red chliin. The British reccgnlxc the Communist regime while the United States holds to its recognition of the Chinese Nationalist gov- Snow and Rain leach Midwest Northern Plains Are Blanketed By The Associated Pre«c Light, .snow «iul rain hit \yldc rcn.s of the country today And a cw ijntch of cold Hir pushed Into he midwest. Snow fell In the northern plains, he Great Lakes region, the upper Ohio Vnllcy and the lower Missouri faltey. No heavy falls were report- d In any area by the weather bu- euu. Rainy spots were In parts of VIoutEinn and South Dakota, west- ini Washington, western Oregon tud along the southern California It was generally fair in oth- T parts of the Mtinlry. Coldest areas were the north central region and In the great jasin. Ten >p eratu res were be! o w zero In northern Minnesota and northeastern North Dakota. It also was near zero In parts of Nevada, with a low of 2 above al Elba and 3 above nt Ely. The cold also extended into sections ol Utah and western Colorado. Readings were near normal or a little above over most of (he south and along the Atlantic const. Marie Wilson to Marry TV Producer Fallon LOS ANGELES, Dec. 12. (rt'j — Mario Wilson of the films and rudlo is going to i.inrry television producer Robert Fnllon. The shfipely star ol the "My Friend inna" program and the handsome Fallon, 31 and never before married, will wed Friday night In Santa Barbara. Miss Wilson was married for eight years to actor Alan Nixon, but they were divorced Doc. 20, 1950, in Ln.s Vegas, Nev. Argentine Plans A-Secrers Swap BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, Dec. 12- {IP)— Dr. Ronald Rlchtcr, Austrian-born head of Argentina's atomic research, z&id last night he is negotiating a pact for exchanging atomic energy information anc materials with R "highly industrialized foreign country." 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