Herald and Review from Decatur, Illinois on August 13, 1948 · Page 21
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Friday, August 13, 1948. ECATUR HERALD NATIONAL 21 Failure Mood Hovers Over Moscow Parley By J. M. ROBERTS. JR. Of the Associated Press An air of failure is beginning to Surround the Moscow discussions. Even as the allied envoys were 'conferring again with Soviet For eign Minister V. M. Molotov a dip lorr.atic informant in London was discussing the possibility of a direct appeal to Premier Stalin. The two sides have now presented both their main themes and their rebuttals on how a full-fledged conference on Germany can be brought about. There are strong indications that Molotov made unacceptable demands Monday and that he was told so Wednesday. "LEAKS" from such negotiations Usually contain at least some in accuracies and may be entirely misleading. But from such information as isj available it seems that the allies were ready to resume four-power j negotiations regarding Oermany and other European problems, which had been broken off after the abortive Moscow and London meetings. I At tnat time the allies decided. they might as well go ahead with organization of a Western German government and incorporate the area into the Marshall plan. This meant silencing Russia's voice in the great industrial areas and made her want to call another conference. THE SITUATION in Berlin itself and elsewhere in the cold war is SENATOR AT RAIL FAIR l y mi Yc-v , ' . Vv Meat Buyers' Strike Backfires market. This has resulted in an actual increase, of a few cents at least, in beef prices at auctions. The shortage, consequently, is actually becoming worse because of the non-selling attitude of farmers in this area." Publicity and talk created by the phone campaign is frightening farmers from putting their cattle on the block, the distributor opined. ' Injured Driver Guards Bridge Salem, Ohio, Aug. 12 (AP) Salem's meat strike apparently has backfired and instead of lower meat prices, housewives here face '.the prospect of paying more or Hninff uritKrtlir frmii" CilnHav pnactc t A spot check today showed! . -Warsaw, Poland. Aug. 12 AP)-of h collapse o bride Killed Prisoners Crivitz. Wis., : Aug. 12 AP) A seriously injured truck driver was found early today waving a torch made of newspapers and attempting to warn other motorists wholesale meat distributors and sellers at district beef auctions are salQ 0 "If lzls KUlea mole, expecting increases as a result of!than 500 000 Russian Prisoners of the telephone campaign urging :war " 43 camPs ln Pot house wives not to buy meats until prices come down. One distrubutor told the Salem from its footing. As the truck left the span a portion of the bridge collapsed into the river. At the same time the steel on the truck fell on the cab, crushing it. Paquette brought the truck to a halt, crawled out and made a "to provide a continuing source of officers possessing specalities in which it is not feasible or economi. cal for the Army to give training, according to the local reserve office. Civilians without prior military News, "Farmers with beef cattle ready for marketing are apparently withholding their products in the face of the lack the Peshtigo river near here. The truck driver. Jack Paquette j technical or professional skills as cf Kingsford Heights, Mich., suf- jofficers in the army reserve corps fered a fractured skull. He is in has been authorized by the War Marinette General hospital. department, the Decatur O. R. C. Authorities said Paquette was -office announced yesterday. driving a truck loaded with three The Army wants men possessing lorcn oi a rou OI newspapers. serviro who ar annnintori tin H or. Henry Rupar. a farmer living tne new measure will be required nearby, found him in a dazed con-'to meet minimum military train- dition. inp MnMirpmpnts sf ahlisriri i maintain their commissions, it was stated. The Decatur organized reserve office is on the fifth floor of the county building. Reserve Commissions Open for Specialists Ajjpcintment of civilians with l Buys Barber Shop John H. Myers, a World War II veteran announced Thursday be Suspend Paper Beirut. Lebanon. Aue. 12 (AP) The government today suspended' large steel construction sections. As: skills ranging from bacteriology to : had purchased the barbershop of publication of Albayik, impor- he drove over the narrow bridge 'journalism, according to a 69-page . Cecil R. Richard. 1540 North Water tant opposition newspaper. No rea- the steel caught on a bridge girder. , pamphlet on the subject. street, and will continue its opera- Sen. Edward J. Thye, center. R-Minn) shakes hands with Pat Devlin, right, who portrays James J. Hill, founder of the Great Northern railroad, in a pageant at the Chicago rail road fair. At left is T. F. Dixon. operating vice president of the Great Northern. Senator Thye was a guest of the fair as a part of Minnesota day. The engine is the William Crooks which ran between Minneapolis and St. Paul in 1863. (ASSOCIATED PRESS WIREPHOTO) incidents in Berlin, intransigence as much responsible for increasing , at Belgrade, a bitter propaganda world pessimism as is any leak; attack which might mean the ap-directly concerning the Moscow j proaching end of Finland's inde-conversations. For Russia is known i nendence. even a formal Drotest to retaliate on every front at once, over a little row about the status ' forever without something break- lor any irritation anywhere. Daily of a school teacher in New York ling all these contribute to the picture. I still can't find the factors which would produce a war in anything like the Immediate future. 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