Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 19, 1955 · Page 5
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The Dixon Evening Telegraph— Dixon, Illinois Thursday, May 19, 1955 Are Russians Seeking a Page 5 . at AMES' sr SCHOOL GUTTED BY FIRE— Flames shoot fiom the upper floois as fne gams heach\a\ in the Walsh elementary school at Wateibuiy, Conn The school noi mally houses 600 pupils who v\ei e a^su: ed of a two-dav holiday befoie reassigned School officials valued the building at'S'WOOPO but could give no estimate of the total loss. The Come and Get 'Em, Post Office Says CHICAGO lit- Ten thousand en-v elopes mailed m the Bntish \\ est Indies to Chicngo lesidents have been inte> cepted bv post office inspectors because the-.- said they contain tickets for the Jamaica Sweepstakes Inspector Jcome Williamson said Wednesday add' esses h?\e been notified to appeal at the post office and open the envelopes m the piesence* of inspector \n\ tickets for the sweepstakes h» sa'd will be confiscated because they were mailed into the United States m violation of fedeia! lottery laws He said envelopes containing legitimate mail v. ill be turned over to the addiessee. Paper Money for his autograph But nobodv had Save up to k on cooling costs Bell Boys? DETROIT UP— Police found a 300-pound thuich bell m an alley The Rev. Ricnaid I Knudsen, a Lutheran pastor claimed it He ex plained it had been taken fiom s ii age n-.ph.-t i of a stoi ed to iew cnuich ighbois told puzzled police tnev i seen a gioup of boys snug gling mightilv with the big bell. t feet high, 3'2 feet in diameter. Release Germans BERLIN i' Russians hav NAIROBI — The Beilm Red iced todav that <hi > leleased 30 Opiman ar including 10 v ora- Search for Plane IP)— Fn< sh an force bombeis searched wild tush country today for an East Afucan Airwajs plane missing vitn 20 people aboard The two-engine an craft w as flj ing with 1G passengers and a ciew of four from Dai-Es-Saiaam to Nairobi any papei. Brazos Vansco, a local I bv pulling out a roll of bills. Ben- business man solved the pioblem | dix signed each one and handed Frigidaire Thrifty Twin Room Conditioners Are TWIN POWERED for Dixon Weather! J'wq cooling systems inside. Use both when days are sizzling. the iu«t en* system v^hen weather's moderately hot ; . . end save up to half on operating cost. New Fngido're Mggic Guide controls "Great Circle Cooling" to get oil the air into all the room regardless of window location. Dehumidifies, filters, ventilates, exhausts stole oir. Widt choice of capacities including new models for casement windows. sees 20 H-^tf Built and backed by General Motors HALL'S Low Down Payment SMALL WEEKLY PAYMENTS SECOND FLOOR OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS* UNTIL 9 PM Neutral Buffer in Europe? New Plan Has U. S. Observers Guessing Bv JAMES .MAR LOW Associated Press >p«i Analjst WASHINGTON H>'-Tlus is one of the latest wondeiings in the present Washington guessing game about the Russians- Are they anxious for a belt of neutral nations straight down the middle of Eu-iope" esident Eisenhowei was asked about it at his ne>< s confeience dnesdav He didn t add much light He said '-Theie seems to be developing the thought tnat : might be bunt up a series of neutralized states . look at ? >rap of Euiope ■s four na".ons -Sweden, Ge: manv. Austi Yugoslav i —Hi ■n a slanting noith-eouth line vest of the Russian-dominated coun tries Two Ur'Mdv Neutral Two of them— Sweden and Aus-tua — aie almadv neural Last week Russia let Au«tna have hei independence witn th<» gua-antee she would 'emam neufal That leaves Geimany and Yugoslavia linked with Mo<=-o: tne v ar unti1 194S when Maishal Tito bioke with Stalin Since S aim s dea'n his su<-c»ss0is have tiled to woo Tito with sof* talk Since Ins split wuh Stalin Titc has lecened manv millions of dol lars of ( ihtaiv ai ted States \nd h» put Yugoslavia into a mill'iaiv alliance with Greece and Tu.kev Both aie membeis <">£ the Noith \tlantic Treat v Oi sanitation which makes them allies of the United States also >p NATO Yugo slavia is not fin NATO member And Tito insists he is neutral between East ana West Last Fndav the Russians an nounced Piemiei Bulganin and Commums't ivu'.v fine: Kin ir-.h would so to Yugoslavia to talk with Tito Whv " The" say ]ust to establish noimal le'ations But Washington wondered : Would ley try to win bacK Tito so that e was no longer neutial bui a Russian ally? And, if they could n't do that, would they tiv to get a guarantee ot neutrality fiom him? The Russians, holding East Ger-manv since the war, have tried b., threats, propag?"d? ?"d tp neuveung to keep Westem Geimany disaimed and out of NATO. Ceimany isn't lea-med vet but she has just loined NATO with plans to laise 12 divisions. Gen Alfied Giuentrei, NATO's supicme commandei. has said that without the help of Germany s armed forces he doubts a Russian attack could be stopped But the Russians know the long-in? of the West Geimans for unification witn East Geimanv On 'Mav 11 Bulganin held out bait to the West Germans He said "unifi cation ' was possible if theie was "good will " Wee tne Russians going to offer •unification with this puce tag at a unified Geimany -would to led and neutial and therefore, not a mem-bei of NATO? Maybe. If the Russians could keep Germany neutralized it would be. in case of war, the eauivalent of a eieat mihtarv victory. 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