The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 15, 1959 · Page 12
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pil^' Reds Bully Eve Of Big By WILLIAM L. RYAN I Associated Press News Analyst The Soviets have buzzed another U.S. plane in what looks like a deliberate attempt to spread panic among the Western Allies in advance of the summit meeting. The incident calls for serious and est thinking in the West. Are these incidents part of a Khrushchev plan to bully the West into attitudes of what the British choose to call flexibility? That seems the case. If the attempts succeed, the West may be courting disaster. Khrushchev may be trying to get across the idea that unless ai least some of his demands are met, there is grave danger of world war. The initiative for war obviously is not in the hands o the democracies, which seem to have resigned themselves to the idea that if war comes, the other side must attack first. Thus, Western policy would TAFT MEMORIAL In Washington Is dedicated by President Elsenhower, tower, a memorial to th« Inte Sen. Robert A, Taft, Ohio, Htancls on Gnpl'ol Hill. The belt News From The Greeley Area MRS. HELEN LALMAN Mr. Leroy Lickleig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lickteig and Miss Ruth Tallcy were married recently In Tulsa, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Gerhold were in Knnsas City Wednesday to attend funeral rites for Mrs. Catherine Albert, a former Greeley resident. W. C. Gerhold was taken to the Garnett hospital last week for treatment, Mr. Antone Rues was taken Saturday night to t h e same hospital for treatment. Mrs. May Sizcmore, mother ol to 1C. U. treatment. Medical Center for Mrs. Helen Cunnlnghnm and Rob erl Si/emoro, who died Saturday night had lived most of her lite around Grccley and was consider-1 ed one of the community's oldest residents. Mr. and Mrs. Leo HuUcnmucl- ler and Don ami Donna, El Paso, Tex., were here recently visiting home folks and attending the dance and reception for Mr. and Mrs. Robert HuUentnueller, who were married April 4 at Osawii' tomie, Joyce Landwehr, 14 years old twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ladwehr has been taken Lyons Police Chief Is Cleared By Court LYONS, Knn. (AP) — L. H. Ankerhol'/. is reinstated as Lyons police chief with dismissal of an ouster suit against him. District Judge Frederick Wole- slngel ruled yesterday there was insufficient evidence to support accusations that Ankerholz received payoffs in traffic cases. The civil action, filed by Atty. Gen. John Anderson Feb. 18, ended after two days of testimony. Ankerholz hod been under temporary suspension since Feb. 24. seem to be one of preparing for vengeance, not for defense. It even indicates there is no such thing as defense in today's world. In effect, Khrushchev is saying: Can you gamble that I will not be reckless enough to push the but ton? If you cannot, then let's talk auslness. Khrushchev wants and perhapts desperately needs to show some sort of results at horn from the forthcoming conferences If there is to be no recourse war, then defense must begin a the political level. Are the Wester statesmen approaching the sum mit with the deck stacked agains them? Khrushchev can win, becaus any concession to him at any poin will be a Khrushchev victory. H can hardly emerge from the surr mlt with anything less than standoff, preserving things as the re now in Germany and waiting r yet another chance to probe e West's soft spots. But he can o rrtuch better than that. Already Khrushchev has the atisfaction of seeing the Western Hies divided in their summit pproach. Attempts to minimize ie division simply add up to more onfusion. This would seem to be a moment in history when frankness— to be blunt, honesty—might be dvisable in informing the West- rn world of its position. The British, for example, might se plain English. Prime Minister itacmillan's right - hand man, lome Secretary R. A. Butler, leclared Tuesday there were no eal differences between Britain and Germany on dealing with Khrushchev except on matters ol emphasis and tactics. But there surely are differences, and even f these are tactical they nrc gravely important. Chancellor Adenauer—and many Americans agree with him—suggests the Britist are using the wrong words. Flexibility indicates TV SERVICE KEEN COMPANY 114 S. Main Phorve CH 2-3490 concession, backing down at some point along the line. In a word, then, It means surrender, and surrender on any point at issue in Germany is bound to be dangerous. The British themselves learned in 1039 they could not buy off a man bent on conquest. Hitler ciearly announced his plans in advance. Just as clearly the Communists have made their inten- Jons plain. The Communists, said ..enirt, intend to "move step by step, maintaining a state which is neither war nor ' peace; proceed alternating offensives and retreats, but always work through Communist conspiracy." Two steps forward, one step back, Lenin preached, but never give up what you grab. The West surely is aware that Khrushchev at the summit will be Khrushchev the international Communist who has boasted many times of his devotion to Lenin's notions ot world revolution. Whatever he wins not only will strengthen, his hand at home but will be another step in the Communist program for piecemeal conquest of its enemies. News From The Wdlsville Area MBS. ROYCE MYERS Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fogle and family moved to Olathe from the Donald Averill property on W. 6th. Lloyd Gleisberg left Sunday for Newport, R. I. for further duty on the U§S Jonas Ingram. He spent several days last week here with his family. Mrs. Lulu Slusher is visiting this week at the home of her sister Mrs. Mable Duane, Kansas City Mo. M. L. Averill spent several day last week in St. Louis, where h attended Purina's training schoo at the research farm. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Collins ac companied Mr. and Mrs. Dwigh Leightnaker to Manhattan wher they visited with the latter's daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bowse and family. A number of members from th Wellsville Garden Club attende the District Garden Club meeting Neis home. April 14, held at the Christian Church at Mission. Pfc. Gerald Foote left Monday on his way to Istanbul, Turkey where he will be stationed with the Marines 'for two years. Foote has completed his schooling at Communications Center, Imperial.. Beacn, Calif., and spent the past wo weeks' leave with His par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Foote. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Glasscock lave moved to the Hannah Meeder rental on Maple, formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Wally L,eecy and family. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Phillips and family and Mrs. Floyd Phillips, Kansas City, visited the latter's son, Evan Phillips and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Childs. Friday evening, May 29 is the date set for the W.H.S. Alumni banquet, to be held in the Multipurpose room at the school building. This year officers of the association are: president, Mrs. Olive Revey; vice president, Miss Marcelene Todd and • secretary- treasurer, Donald Hay. Mrs. W. H. Moherman entertained with a morning coffee Tuesday morning with members of garden clubs over East Central District as guests. Mrs. Ralph O'Neill served as co-hostess and Mrs. John Neis poured. Around 30 present. Mrs. Jack Wray, Candy, Council Grove are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Neis. Mr. Wray spent the weekend at the MOORE CHEV-OLDS We Rent Cars LOOK MOM Vitamin MILK Rich Delivered to Your Door or on Sale at Food Stores The Spring Tonic that REALLY Gives EXTRA Pep for Those Hard Playing Days Ahead! Your Home Town Savings Center" Invites You To JOIN THEIR ... 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