The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1960 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 19SO SLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER N£Wt PAGE MINT Is Khrush Well-Balanced? By JAMES MARI.OW • Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — Premier Khrushchev's actions — by all the orderly standards of the United Nations — have been abnormal. It seems fair now to ask: How much balance does he have? For 22 days in this country, instead of appealing to reason and fairness, Khrushchev has tried repeatedly to obtain what he wants by threats. Whether or not his fits of anger are real or for effect, his purpose has been to intimidate. 'alace in High-Rent District One after another his proposals j have been frustrated. Each frustration seems lo have driven him to a new excess. He could have presented his ideas in one well-arranged package. Instead, he seems lo have improvised, thinking up new extremes as lie went along. If he follows through on some of his threals, then his main accomplishment in visiting the United Nations has been to wreck it. He .said he wanted disarmament. But he also said he wanted Secretary-General Dag Hammer- skjold thrown out and replaced by ' a three-man secretariat, one re- resenting communism, one tlr West, and one the neutrals. Then he coupled disarmaine- with Hammars'<iold. Klirushch said that if he didn't get the Ihrc man secretariat, then there coi 1 ' be no d : <-armament. Even Ihe dullest U.N. delegate co'ild's^e what Khrushchev wanted was not really a Ihrec-man, balanced secretariat but a hunt- ir>" license. If Ru5sia tried an adventure anywhere in Ihe world and the hree secretaries sal down lo dis- ;uss action to stop it, the secre- ary representing communism could prevent with a veto anything two secretaries wantec Prize Bull ' wading For Show STEELE, Mo. — After winning lop honors al four slate fairs, and at Mid-South Fair at Memphis, K. F Golden Tone iV.h, a yearling hereford bull, owned by T. A. Haggard of Steele, is headed for Ihe International show in Chicago. liaggprd and Flake McHancy, D- Acnnett, are winding up their IQfiO show tours with their prize winning herefords. Haggard and McHaney, owning individual herds, cooperate in breeding and annual tours to a number of stale and major fairs. Their winnings have been exlra good this year and set a new record for them with the nationally recognized herds they have built up in the last several years. At Little Rock, Ark., the week past, H F Golden Tone 19th, came out grand champion. he other o do. As time passed and Khrushchev saw he was making no progress on this, he went much further tha just saying there could be no dis armament unless he gol his Ihree man secretariat. He said thai unless he got II— even though every other natior voted against him—"we shall up old our interesls outside this in ^•national body, outside Ihe U.N V relying on our own strength. What are Russia's "interests" '.ey could be anything Khru •:hcv wanted (hem lo be. This 1 •eat, if carried out, will in effect ?ck the United Nations, leaving a kind of shadow organization. It is not only his continuing threals but also his seeming obsession with the idea of war, destruction and death which seems peculiarly abnormal. He never slops talking about it, linking it obliquely with his threats. He lias lost at every turn, on everything he wanted al the United Nations. Now Ihe world has lo wail to see whether he makes good on his threals. By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP)—At a lime vhen some slars are fleeing to omb- and lax-proof chalels in wilzerland, it's refreshing to find a glamor pair putting up a palace ight in the hearl of the high-rent district. The couple: Robert Wagner and Jalalie Wood. Their place is located on Beverly Drive in Beverly iitts, hard by Ihe homes of Kirk Douglas and Rosalind Russell. The Wagners are Iransforming iheir Southern-style mansion inlo a Roman palazzo. Bob gave me Ihe 80-cent tour the other day since Natalie was off playing i tenement waif in "West Side. Story." "Pardon the mess." he apologized. "We've been living in chaos for days. I usually wake up with a painter staring me in Ihe face and asking me if I like Ihe shade." The black and white marble of the entrance and dining room needs polishing, he explained, and the gold leaf that ornaments Ihe balui'tracles and columns needs finishing touches. The living room •_ lacks Ihe hard-woven white rug. Slill, Ihe visilor can get a good ( notion of how the place will shape up. The living room is a great hall of glass and marble, wilh windows looking into Ihe enclosed garden room. Two Roman figures in flowing robes preside over the fountaincd pools. Outside is the big pool, a turquoise free-form lhat will be converted inlo a Roman bath with columns and statuary. Upstairs, lis bedroom Is built, hers isn't Hers will feature 26 feet of wardrobe and a sunken pool in the jalhroom. His has a 20-feet-high wall of wormwood — "Unpainled; like it belter that way." Wagner ended the tour in Ihe den, where they live while work is in progress. "We'll have about $150,000 invested in the place when we finish," reported. That's not bad when you consider what the other houses are going for around here. One lol sold recently for $8,500." Medico! Care Decision Due / LITTLE ROCK Ml — Arkansas may not start a new federally- assisted medical care program for the aged until July l, but a decision on the.lj-pc of program it will be will be made in Ihe next 10 days. Assistant Welfare Commissioner A. J. Moss said the Department has been conferring with Mrs. Val Keating of Dallas. Tex., -egional representative of Ihe federal Health, Education and Welfare Department. Mrs. Keating said it is up to the states to decide what type of program to set up. Arkansas can get $4 in federal aid for each it puts up. But Moss said a legislative appropriation would be needed to fi- Lipstick Colors Okayed WASHINGTON at, — The women of America may continue to buy lipsticks in their favorite colors. The Food and Drug Adminislra- nance Ihe program, so It may not start until the beginning of the new fiscal year July 1. He said the decision is up to Gov. Orval K. Faubus and that Ihe legislature, which meets in January, could provide funds to start it earlier. lion hat formally approved us« o<!»8« 'P tell «nlm»li. 13 specific co«l lar colors for UM ; Lipstick m«k«r« pro».«*W th*t in cosmetics, saying It Is not In- no woman would i*»ll*w «ny- consistent with the public health, The finding, based on animal tests over the last two years, was made as a tempotary measure pending more thorough testing over the next 2V4 year*. The KDA once had ordered a ban on use of Ihe colors, saying that lest rals suffered liver, kidney and blood damage from a diet which included the dyes. The law Ihen forbade use In cosmetics of any substance which caused dam- thing like the amount tt the colors fed to Ihn rals, but the law provided no leeway. Congres* changed the (aw to permit UM of Ihe dyes in quantities found t« be safe. Those quantified were fixed !• the FDA order. First air-conditioned horn* *• the U.S. was built in 1914 for Uw son of John W. "Bel-A-Millioa" Gates. Why Fight An Old Space Heater AND STILL BK AMERICAN MORTGAGE Investment Corporation Mortgage Bankers 210 Center Street Little Rock, Ark. Lawrence Ashby, District Representative P. O< Box 593 Blytheville, Ark. Telephone POplar 3-4897 Shop and Save NOW While Selections are Complete Agent To Make All Purchases LITTLE ROCK «J — Beginning Nov. 1 all stale purchases will have to go through State Purchasing Agent Mack Sturgis. 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