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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 25, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaThe weather partly Clou worm end humid with afternoon Ond evening . High 92, w 70. Details on Page 14. Vol. 126 published in the heart of the pee Dee farm area in the Palmetto Reader s tip unusual wedding will Toki place Friday when the Lake City shortstop will be married at the Ball c. 5rory, Poge 3. Florence s. C., monday morning july 25, 1955 daily 5c weekly 35t crowds cheer Ike on return Home president and mrs. Eisenhower and their son maj. Yesterday As the Marine band plays the Star spangled John Eisenhower stand at the Salute at the door of the members of Congress and the diplomatic corps plane Columbine at National Airport Washington wait to Welcome him. A win photo Bulgarin s final statement has experts thinking again by John m. H1ghtwer must be sought in a comparison of Geneva july 24 a Western experts suddenly Tregan wondering today whether Premier Nikolai Bulgarin had his lingers secretly crossed when he made some con Cessions to the West on German negotiations in the closing hours the Summit conference. The speculation arose of of Bui Gainin s final statement to the con Ference last night. It strongly implied that his earlier agreement to talk about German unification and european Security jointly Anc simultaneously did not mean a thing As far As brighter prospects for future negotiations corned. That did not Surprise the Wester ners for it is about what they had thought All along. They were sur prised however that Bulgarin would give his game away so obviously by restating disputed soviet policies immediately after joining in a four Power agreement. Even the fact that the speech was made Drew critical comment from president Eisenhower. When inc russian had finished. The president said he was not going to review american policies but did not want anyone to think he was accepting what Bulgarin had said. He added sharply that it has not seemed particular fitting to re cite previous positions in the final hours of the meeting. Bulgarin s talk reviewed and re affirmed every important Point he had Marie in earlier talks and it deplored the omission from con his attitude and the big four s agreed procedure on the two key issues which for a time deadlocked the conference 1. Russia had proposed that a new Security system be created in Europe to establish conditions which would make German Unity possible. The essential soviet condition is an end to the North Atlantic treaty Alliance of which West Germany is a member. Eisenhower prime minister Eden and Premier Faure said european Security had to begin with German unification in order to end the main source of Europe s in swahili by which they defined As the division of Germany. But they said they recognized Russia s con Cern for Security and were willing to negotiate new safeguards. They offered to negotiate both Ganin finally accepted. The joint directive which the four issued to their foreign ministers for furl Hei talks in october said they recognized the two problems were linked and hereafter should be worked on together. In one place Germany was mentioned first in another european Security but in both places they were mentioned together. In his speech Bugarin said two questions were of decisive importance to world peace. He did not mention German unification but defined them rather As collective Security in Europe and Dis he dwelt at length on these two Points. When he did take up the Ger Man question he made it quite Clear that unless it is unified in he manner Russia has by creating a Security system first matters at the same time and Bui and Neding nato Russia no intention of unifying it at All he held out instead the indefinite Prospect of two germanic one linked to the West one to the Easl. 2. A second major Issue of the conference in its closing hours was a demand Repe Ledly sealed by so Viet foreign minister Molotov that the big four agree to invite West and East Germany to their october meeting. Western leaders finally got Bulgarin and Molotov to agree to drop that and pass the whole question Over to the foreign ministers. But the formula for ending Thi dispute by passing it to the october Gurment open again by saying we upon when Bulgarin threw the argument Oen again by saying we firmly believed that it is not pos sible to discuss the German ques Tion without represent Alivs of Hie German democratic Republic and returning turncoat claim Ike s speech convinced them Honolulu july 24 former u. S. War prisoners reached Amer can soil today and said a radio speech by president Eisenhower sped their de vision to turn their backs on red China and come Home. Who refused to return Home at the time of the korean armistice William 0. Film Virrl 99 Dalton 7o t of Hope for higher prices in Georgia Valdosta ga., july 24 us the Georgia Florida flue cured Tobacc markets open tomorrow for thirst full week of lie 1955 season with growers and warehousemen hopeful of higher prices and mor myer activity. Prices averaging a Hundred Raunds below last year and re ports that big company buyer were withholding bids brought Call or Aid following the Al Rel two Day f sales. Rep. Iris Blitch of Georgia s 8ti congressional District which lie most entirely within the tobacco Elt responded by threatening congressional investigation. She Aid the reports that buyers Wen Assing up the tobacco indicates mrs. Blitch added if the practice continues into ext week i shall demand a con Gressional investigation. I will nol and idly by and see the Farmers become the objects of a squeeze Lay by tobacco the accusation that buyers Olle big tobacco companies were Ying to beat Down stabilization program grades and lower prices As made by h. D. Tanner presi ent of the Coffee county Cham or of Commerce at Douglas ga., be of the Belt s largest markets. Tanner in telegrams to geor a s congressional delegation of. Marvin Griffin and a. Agri culture commissioner Phil Camp Ell charged that the buyers Are tempting to panic the Market by seeking to beat Down grades is Iblis lied on the warehouse floor a dodger ordained As preacher they arrived on the liner presi enl Cleveland from Hong Kong Ference discussion of far Eastern for a 14-hour Gloover in Hawaii. Questions. H had the ring of speech designed for people Hack Home or in the satellite countries Felling them not to believe soviet Cowart said at a news Confer ence aboard ship their decision to try to return Home was Speed de up by a spontaneous move thinking had really been changed a mint after they heard a speech by the Geneva meeting. By Eisenhower on a radio before for a voice purposes the talk it was obviously was very important in j Easl Germany especially. A Fth. Man language text became Able from the communist German Nev ire aled us like Normal humans who had made a mistake. There was no hostility none since we the three missed the usual a Aii dockside greeting but a Stew brought each an Orchid Hong Kong one Dollar Bills apiece. Wife clears Way apparently More months ago was about Trade to the International Here. Press corps i All three declined to soy if they trucker no brakes through City Columbia july 24 Rooklyn dodger Pitcher George Jeffcoat was ordained a Bap it preacher tonight. The 40-year-old right hander who s with the dodgers from 1930 1940, is a City employee and also in the finance Busi his wife and in year old son Eddie a lop rated american legion Junior Pitcher were in the audience gathered Al the slate Street Baptist Church for the Ordi nation. Jeffcoat left the University of South Carolina after one year i where he had been on a football scholarship to go with Leaksville in North Carolina. His Success took him to Brooklyn the next season. After that he was with Nash Ville the Boston braves Indi Nap Olis and Tulsa. Jeffcoat told newsmen god would bless the game baseball More if Selling Beer at the Ball Parks and sunday games were lie said people who attend baseball games on sunday do not of by representatives of the govern ment loan program. During the first two Days the prices were so unsatisfactory tha nearly a third of the total Soli went to the flue cured stabilization corp. During the Sam a period lion corp. During the same period into the loan program. The markets reported a Recore turnover of pounds thursday and Friday some Sec million pounds Over the same period last year. That resulted in an increase of Cash receipts of As the Farmers received the average per Hun dred pounds was e. R. Rogers Dies Lake City july 24 e. R. Rogers one of this cloy i Best known residents died last night at his Home Here following critical illness of several weeks duration. Funeral arrangements Are in Complete but services will be held tuesday morning first Baptist Church Here. Evidence of rain soaked president Speaks to welcoming throng at Washington Airport on his return yesterday from the big four talks at Geneva. A were Phiilip Shivers political skill facing test the policy implications of the expected any punishment Trucl

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