The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 7, 1955 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER T, 1958 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER- NEWS PAQI SEVEN Aging Adenauer On Way to Talk With Russians By JAMES MARLOW AMOcUted Preit News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — An old man, West Germany's Chancellor Adenauer, arrives in Moscow this week to. talk with the Kremlin chiefs, knowing they may be waiting for age or his eventual death to remove him from their path. The Russians had Invited him its desire for a peaceful settlement to discus: diplomatic, trade and cultural relations between their two countries. He said he wanted to talk about something else too, something that 'vas closest to his heart— the reunification of Germany and the freeing of German war prisoners. The fact that Germany is still torn apart, that East Germany is held by the Communists, is a family tragedy for him and all Germans. But if Adenauer, lacking Just four months of being 80, has any hopes of a settlement on Germany from the Russians — on his terms, not theirs — they must be modest hopes. He is a political realist. Adenauer has been a kind of heroic postwar figure, a man of character and vision. Under his leadership, and with American help. West Germany has surged back amazingly from the ruins of 1945. Allegiance to West Aliwancc » «r»i th are llkely to .His allegiance has been to,,the „ * West, not to Russia. What the West Geune ^ ena . uer were ( , ust as Adenauer does, with free elections in which the people can choose their own government. . The West has been confident a united Germany would choose a Kovernment which, with or without Adenauer at the head, would folio* his policy of a rearmed Germany in i military alliance with the West. But the Russians and East German Communists have dangled a price-lag In front of Adenauer if he wants a unified Germany: West Germany , must pull out of the Western Alliance. What they'd like is an unarmed, neutralized Germany. Afterwards, they could hope the new Germany would turn east. Adenauer shows no sign of willingness to pay their '"HO 'has feared that the West, In! in Europe, might stetle with, the Russians on terms which would leave Germany divided, perhaps permanently. Hu Ikt'l Backlni The Eisenhower administration has assured him this country will insist, on German unification as part of any agreement with Russia on Europe. President Eisenhower and Vice President Nixon did what they could to strengthen his hand before his Journey to Moscow. Last week they called upon the Russians to show their good intentions by permitting Germany to be united. But in the end the United States, Eussia, Britain and France — as the victors over Germany in World War n — will have to make the final settlement on Germany The West will attempt to do that when the Big Four foreign ministers meet in Geneva in October. What the Russians say to Adenauer in Moscow may indicate whal likely to say later at to show weak- buy German unification at the Russian price — he would critically unde/mine the Western foreign ministers before they ever reach Geneva. He shows no sign of doing so. But because he is old and pro- Western the Russians may feel they can stall on Germany until through his death or retirement he gives way to a successor who is easier to deal with. GUARANTEED Always a Good E<$ iV.V.V.V.% POPULAR DUO — Joyce Bray and Charles Johnson have appeared before many of this area's civic and social clubs. Charles sings and plays the piano arid Joyce sings. They'll be on several local radio programs. The youngsters also will be in the Midsouth Talent Contest in Memphis. Charles is the son of Mrs. Irene Johnson and fJewberry Johnson of Steele and Joyce is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bray of Holland. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettyt Nelle Sttrr Mr. and Mrj. Bob Kendick motored their daughter, Misi Jean Driver Kendrick, to rayetteville where she will resume her studies at the University. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Felters of Baytown, Tex., arrived Friday for a visit with Mrs. Fellers' mother, Mrs. J. H. Lovewell, and her sister, Mrs. Dick. Bagby. Mrs. Maude Hudson returned home Thursday from a two-week visit in Clarksdale and Jackson, Miss. Mrs. Hudson resumed her duties as fifth grade teacher Monday at the Victoria- School. Allen Starr returned Monday to Jonesboro where he entered Arkansas State college on Monday. Allen is a senior at the college this year and is majoring in education. Upon his graduation, he will go into, the teaching field. Dr. and Mrs. Vance Cartwright were in Jackson, Term., Friday. Mrs. Cartwright was matron of honor in tti« wedding of Mis« Mary Ann Hodge, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James Lee Hodge, and WU- liam Henry Fisher, ffi, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Fisher, Jr,, of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Jo« Cullom, Jr., Miss Joanne Cullom and Bandy Cullom were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cas Brandon in Memphis. They returned home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. V. C, Colbert has returned home after accompanying her daughter, Mrs. T. L. Purvis, to her home in Ferriday, La. Mrs. D. S. Laney ani Mrs. Sam Coble were in Memphis Thursday to attend the birthday party at the Hotel Peabody given for Mrs. J. A. Moran. Mrs. S. L. Poke of Althelmer, Ark., spent several days during the past week with her sister, Mrs. J. D. Smith, and Mr. Smith. Dr. R. P. Richardson of South- western in Memphis delivered tie Sunday morning services at First Presbyterian Church in the absence of the minister, the Rev. George Faison, who serves on the staff of the Synod's Young Adult Conference at Ferncliff ariH was there to attend the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Fowlston, formerly of Blytheville but now of Lepanto, began their services Sunday morning as organist and choirmaster at Presbyterian Church in Osceola. Minnie Lee Jones Teacher Of PIANO Graduate of Progressive Series Course. St. Louis Degree from American Conservatory of Music, Chicago. Private classes for all ages. ENROLL NOW Studio 807 Chicfcasawba Phone Poplar 2-2994 Read Courier News Classified Ads. The indent fort of San Marcot, M. AufiMtlnt. Florida, never hm» bevn t*k»m b» storm, but H h*j flown four different flags: Spaniih, British, Confederate and United Mate*. Paint Closeout MM; Ty»*» Ml OtlNi 1 Pric. Hwbbard Hardware An Invitation This is your personal invitation to visit Blythevllle* oldest ready-to-wear shop. We are eager to have you visit \a. . . we want «• know you better ... we want you to become acquainted with our 'friendly service . . and most of all, we would like to introduce you to the most famous names la ladies fashion . . . names that have established The New York Store as Blytheville's most popular Jashioa center since 1909, / 218 W. Main Phone 2-2132 In Blytheville Since 1909 Atomic Vagrant LOS ALAMOS, N.M. I/PI— At long last, this atomic center had a vagrancy case. A $100 fine on the charge was levied by Justice of the Peace Joseph Conner and the fine suspended on condition the arrested man leave the area. It was the first vagrancy case in Los Alamos' more-than-10- year history. SAVE CASH INSTEAD OF BUYING TRADING STAMPS! When a cash and carry grocer handling trading stamps claims that stamps are "free" - don't believe it! He can't absorb the cosl of stamps and stay in business — so, he recovers their cost in higher prices for items not usually advertised. Safcwav's policy is to keep everyday grocery prices al least 3% below those of "trading stamp grocers . This means big cash savings to Safeway customers. And Safeway's weekly specials mean more cash sa> ings. This ad effective Thursday, Sept. 8th Domino or Godchaux Sugar Biscuits Cake Mix Kleenex Flour Crackers Baby Food 10 Ib. Bag Tin Bollard or Puffin Betty Croskcr Assorted Pkg. 200 Count Box Kitchen Croft 10 Ib. Enriched Bag Busy Baker Ib. Thin Sadat Box Gerber's Strained Tin 10 C 28< 14 C 95 C 23' 8 C PONT FORGET Sifemy will m«l «he lowart UnrUtet prlee « jny competitor in Blylheville—Hem by item-fey by d»y . . . Qullty considered. MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature — AND — rftOM M-G-M T: BEAU BRUMMELL USTINOV -MORLEY ALSO CARTOON THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature TOUGH COPv MOB VIOLENCE! 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