Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 17, 1976 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 17, 1976
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•*,••»>» Moscow Endures its Rebels in Silence MOSCOW - (LENS) - It Parents Honored— Parents of the seven officers of the Audubon chapter of Future Farmers of Ameripa were made honorary chapter farmers at the annual parent-member banquet at Audubon High school, the . parents, with their sons kneeling in front of them (and the sons' names and offices appearing in brackets) include, from left, "Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Olsen (Mike, reporter); Mr. and Mrs. Amos Asmus -Times Herald News Service Photo (Mark, parliamentarian); the Virgil Klevers, (Larry, president); Richard Carters (Doug, past president); Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schultes (Larry,, sentinel); Victor Bauers (Terry, treasurer). One other couple named chapter farmers was Mr. and Mrs. Don Irlmeier, who were not present because Mrs. Irlmeier had just been released from a hospital. Their son, Jerome, is chapter secretary. Mine It With A Classified! did have a star (Lenny B, "the most outstanding politician in the world today"), a fall-guy (Alex the K), a boarded revolutionary, a line-up of appropriately provocative chorines (Enrico, Gaston, Gordon and Dolores), a black-and-white minstrel or two (Alves Battista and Gus Hall), and a cast of thousands. If the spectacular failed to produce a happy ending, it was not for the management's lack of effort. The Soviet Party Congress confirmed Leonid Brezhnev'as the best thing to have happened to the Soviet Union since Lenin, relegated Alexei Kosygin a step lower down the scale, and reaffirmed East-West "detente." But even the Kremlin's careful orchestration could not prevent fresh conflict on the well-worn battlefield of how much independence individual parties should have. And, once again, it was the Kremlin that lost. For all the Soviet leaders' warnings about the dangers of "opportunism," and of "squeezing Marxism into \ spurgeons 2,3 and 4 piece Spring pant sets, 'his 20% Junior, misses' and wometi's sizes in all the new looks you'll want to wear this Spring . . . snappy pantsuits, twin sweaters with pants, shirt or jacket with shell and pant trios, plus 4-pc. sets with matching and contrasting pants. You'll find an exciting selection of fabrics and jcolors in solids and patterns, reg. $13.99-$26 this week ?... .11.99-20.80 national compartments," four Western delegation leaders — Italy's Enrico Berlinguer, France's Gaston Plissonnier, Britain's Gordon McLennan and Spain's Dolores Ibarruri — insisted on their right to formulate their own policies and to maintain the concept of a multi-party system. They were supported by the Rumanians and the Yugoslavs, and opposed, outside Eastern Europe, only by Portugal's Alvaro Cunhal and the leader of the tiny American party, Gus Hall, to whom fell the honor of delivering Moscow's counterblast. "Our party, he said, "does not intend to take up anti-Soviet inventions in order to win so-called recognition, to obtain false respectability, or to prove our independence ... we do not intend to enter the service of imperialism." This was about as much as Moscow could muster by way of a rebuff. Galling as it undoubtedly is, the Soviet Community party today no longer has any effective means of enforcing its will on other Communist parties outside its immediate arena if they are determined to resist. 'Except for the smallest and weakest, which still depend heavily on Russian financing, the parties are experiencing a new freedom. The old mechanisms for exerting pressure have fallen away. Unless some of the Western parties achieve governmental power — thereby opening up for the Russians intergovernmental channels through which influence might be asserted — it is difficult to see how, in a purely inter-party context, new mechansims for Soviet control can now be established. For the West, that may be the point of the Moscow congress. One way of sending a Communist Italy back into Moscow's arms would be for the West to refuse any dealings with it'; that would provide the Russians with the levers of influence they now so Congress: Cuba's Fidel Castro Alves Battista. Until the late notablylack. and Angola's Popular 1960s, Castro was a thorn in There were examples at the Movement, represented by Moscow's side. BRENNY'S MARKET] WEST 3RD STREET PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY. MAR. 23 BOSTON BUTT PORK ROAST 99 Lb. U.S.D.A. Choice Beef ~ A .. Chuck Steak Lb 89* Lean Ground Chuck L b. U.S.D.A. Choice Beef * t\ + Chuck Roast tb . O" c Skin-On .. Wieners 5 .ib. BOX Morrell Braunschweiger u,. CAMPBELL'S VEGETARIAN SOUP Reg. Size 5 for 95 Banquet Pears N O . % can Oregon Trail Purple Plums NO. v/i can Owalonna Cut 303 Can * • r\f\ Green Beans 5 ,or*l 00 Niblets 12-Oz. Qf\t Com 3 for C$9* Hunt's jm f\ + Tomatoes No . 2V4 can 49* Whitney £ _ ^ Salmon i 6 -oz. * I Franco-American 15-Oz. O<\<t Spaghetti 4 tor O 9* Rich Tex *fc 1 1 Q Shortening 3 .u». * I ' Kraft Strawberry ^Wf\ + Preserves i 8 . 0l . /9* Fireside Miniature 10-Oz. A/>* Marshamallows....3 for O9* KRAFT SLICED CHEESE $079 3-Lbs. 3 CONGRATULATIONS to the Lake View-Auburn girls State Basketball Champions FARMLAND SMOKED PICNICS 77* Bay Bee gy mj . Liver u>. O/ Bologna u». Freth i-retn ^ f^ + Pork Brains ib. 49* 47* .Lb. Grade A Whole Fryers Swift Brown & Serve g^ f\ + Sausage H, g . O"* ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 25 Lbs. $489 2 A.E. 24-Oz. Cottage Cheese ...... c». Walermaid Rice .................... 2-ih.. Gooch'f Macaroni . ........... a-ib*. 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