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December 16, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

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V, C. * Tttsielay, Dgeimtur 1 fi, 1 S$|- H 0 P I S TAH, MOM, ARKANSAS Allies Turn Problems in Own Ranks By MMiS AP)—Meassurcd ihat ,th~\Veslei-ln fei« Three will stand asl agaiiist Soviet pressure on Vest Berlin, the North AtiafUte Ities tiirfied today to critical dis* •jtites within Ihe alliaHcie. The agreement Suhday ofl fieN h by the foreign hilnisleH of ritath, Frahcc and the United Itates led off a Week of foi-tfidl Werehces Vital to Wcsterfi Eu?£>e's future. A communique said the fiig is foi-eign tnihisters "re-af^ the dcterminbtioii of theif :ovcfHfnents to'maintain their po- ^lioh ahd their rights with 1'es- iect to Serlin, including the right ' free access." The statement rejected the Soot proposal to give the East crmati Communist regime coil' i'ol of Allied traffic with West erlin. In effect, the ministers .lied out suggestions that ti)n 'est deal with the East Germans gents of the fittssiahs. IB three ministers — U.S. Seo tary of State John Poster Dili* s, French Foreign Minister Mali' cc CotiVe de Murvillc and Bi'lt- r Jh Foreign Secretary SclWyn ifiloyd — gave no indication of *"*;hat counterproposals they would ake in reply to the Soviet noto 1 Nov. 27. But they said they were agrciitl i the basic issues to be covered n their replies. They saM they « d consult with Ihe ollie>' O allies in tho NATO Coim- 1 meeting f beginning Tuesday d then would .formulate their 'otes to the Soviets. Premier Nikita. Khrushchev in e Soviet note said the Soviets re withdrawing from the four- wer occupation of Berlin. Hn oposed that West Berlin, 110 iles behind the Iron Curtain, be Bade a. demilitarized 'free city. She Russians said regardless of Ibft was worked out- for West _JCTJin, they were giving the East Jermans control of all cbinmunl- :ations within the city in six nonths. [The Western refusal to deal with e East Germans apparently loft ft) alternative but force to insure ticess to the city if the Russians |p ahead with the transfer of covn- hunication controls. The Russians lave said they would constitute [gjressiqn .against East Germany that Soviet troops would go o the satellite regime's aid in ac- lordanc.e with tho Warsaw Pact. West German Foreign Minister leinrich von Brcntano ioinerl, Jn be later half of the three-hour •onference at the Fovpign Office. Vest Berlin 'Mayor Willy Brandt ilso spent half an hour in 1he nesting, pivini? his views to tho oreign ministers. Dullp.s told him fter thn meeline, "You "don't lend to be woried." <§F)day tho Allies turned to trade md economin policy with q meet- of the 17-n-ilion Or?n»'zalion or European lEconomic Coopera- ion. The OEEC includes (.11 En- •opean mpmbprs of Ihe Atlantic act Dins surh nniitral countries >s Ssvedon, Switzerland and Ttip French recently rejected n 3ritHi proposal to associate all 7 OEiF.S mpm'hers In a free trade irjn. Thp British slill arp IpiHp.r iwl (he Frcnnh action, and 'their fficials say thnt reprisals mp^v lave to bo taken to defpnc) i|>e British economy, The Scandinavians i and gome other nations re pa'yins tho same, Other items to he taken up dur ng UIP mentinu 0 ih's w°oK include! 1, France's dolorminsdpn for T >ipgor voice in the Atlantic Aliance; Cpntinental h'esil alien to ac- Americari nuclear rocket 3,. The dangerous situation . 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