Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on October 26, 1961 · Page 2
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* OCfO&fcK 2ft, Sit* VEAtt Parley Was Mriumptt Far DE-.^n^u, (NEA) —. "Don't kid yourself. The United States will, nsver fight for West B e r- Tlis spsaltflV was Gerhard Edeimann, chief ed'.tor of Radio E«t Berlin, and Walter Ulbricht's top propagandist, *He spoke with b'.i'nt assurance. E'Jelmann's statement •empha- s'Vss a^ein tliS" conviction of the. East GSritian Reds that they can conTiHU*. to apply their "salami slicin"," lacl'c's aga'nst West Berlin without f:'3r of reprisals. : -. f Thers is no doubt that East; Germany was encouraged by the..j support of a separate Soviet- Gsrman peace treaty and for a di* vidsd Germany which is received from som« delegates at the Belgrade conference of so-called non- ali"ned nations. . ; The b'g surprise of the/conference was President Tito. •Everyone expected the Yugoslav leader to follow the lead of Gamal Abdel Nasser, president of the United Arab Republic, and. con-' demn Moscow's resumption of atomic testing. Instead Tito launched an attack on Wast Germany and chided the Russians gently — chiefly because their announcement of nuclear testing coincided with the opening of the Belgrade "peace" conference. (It,, was also Marshal Tito's birthday.) ;.; ,;.'.-. Many of the uncommitted na- ted nations used a double standard in judg'ng the acts of Russia and of the Western allies. They were quick to condemn prance for Bizerte, for instance, but completely ignored Russian and Chinese acts of' aggression in' Hungary, Berlin and Tibet. Thus, they missed an historic opportunity to emeYge as'a'real- balance in a world beset by fears of war. To be sure, the .comment's' and actions of all the n.on-a I'ug'ri c d statesmen did .not underline: "neutrality on the side of .Russia." India's . Prime Minister Nehru emerged as a far ,- sighted /genuinely neutral statesman. He urged the conference to forget past grievances against the, "colonists." ,'• - ,.<Jj*|. , ;, '', - ". .The cotopialjsl theme was played like a broken' record by/am- nesia s Sukarno;*.' Ghana s^KwanrG Nkrumah and: "Cuba's Oswaldo Dorticos. But Nehru urj>2d t h o delegates to stay truly neutral and to use whatever moral crecli! they have in, an effort to mediate between East and West,in the cause of peace, , .• ... Although the. Belgrade conference was intimidated by- Nikita Khrushchev, it was by no means « triumph for Moscow. The Russians regard as, enemies all nations or any group of nations which try to sceer an independen! course, which, do not take their orders from Moscow. ,, Khrushchev's pose as a champipn of the underdeveloped countries was severely undermined by the fact that even a man like Nasser condemned Russia's resumption of nuclear testing. Parrot's Death Blamed On Grief For Old Tomcat ,l SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (UPI) -—Grief over the death a week ago of an 18-ye-ar . old tomcat named Blackie was blamed today , for the death of Loretta, a 98-' year-old parrot owned by Mrs. Anna Fitzsimons. Mrs. Fitzsimons said Tuesday night the parrot used to sit on one shoulder and the cat on (he other while she watched television. "Loretta never said a word and wouldn't eat at all after Blackie died," she said. of the . SHORTENING '8w3f*^.;7'st > fi5A'w««« FOOD CLUB * ib.carv SLICED OR HALVES IN HEAVY SYftUP FOOD CLUB 46-OZ. CAN MARYLAND CLUB LB. FOOD CLUB 2-LB JAR vAlXL Ml A Food Club, drip or r.eg. 1 Ib. COFFEE FOOD' CLUB IN HEAVY SYRUP NO. 303 CAN Food Club 46-oz. 'Can, Juice GRAPEFRUIT Food Club, in heavy syrup,' No. 303 Can p EA R s Food Club' Sold Pack/No. 3Q3 Can'"' TOM A'TO E"S c CLOSED SUNDAY Food Club, 4-ozOan BLACK PEPPER Food Club, Qt. COOKING OIL FOODCUIft Food Club Crushed,. in heavy syrup, No. 2 Can PIN'EAPPLE CHUNK STYLE CAN ' FRESH FROZEN FOODS FOOD CLUB ROLLS TOP FROST FRESH FROZEN 24-COUNT PKG. TALICAN Top Fros Frozen, 10 oz Rosa Rita" Fresh Frozen, Combination Plate NABISCO 1-LB BOX From— HAZLEWQOD'S Form Dairy Whole MILK 'Nothing Removed' CKERS Food Club ^K Food Club M roo4 Club SAVE FRONTIER STAMPS TOES U,S, NO. 1 REDS CALAVO 10 LB. BAG INSTANT MILK Food Club, All Green Cut Spears, No. 30( ASPARAGUS Food Club, refr. jar, 12-oz PEANUT BUTTER Food Club Freestone, in heavy syrup, Nt PEACHES Mandarin Food Club, 11-oz Can ORANGES Food Club Colored Quarters, Lb. OLEO 69c 25c 39c 25c 25c Topco, Qt. LIQUID DETERGENT Foojd Club Cut, No. : '303 Can'v'l -•' GREEN BEANS " Food Club Sweet, No. 303 Can v PEAS Food Club APPLE JUICE Imperial Pure Cane, 10 Ib bag SUGAR Giant box, c off label FAB 59c 19c 2°35c 2?49c 95c 69c VOCADOS LARGE SIZE EA. D'AZUR $1.00 VALUE BEACON WITH EQQ 99c VALUE Buy Your Halloween Masks And I Costumes At Purr's Low Price ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^MVMlMiMIMMMHHIHHMHRMHHRHPIMMHMHHRRRRMH^ ICNICS FURR'S MEATS FINER AND FRESHER AT PURR'S SWIFTS PREMIUM FULLY CQOKiP Ranch Style Thick Sliced Bacon 2Lbs U.S.P.A. Choice Beef Round Steak..... 89 79s TURKEYS i m

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