Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 16, 1963 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 16, 1963
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12 Galwbufo ReQitter-Moll. Golesbura. Tuejdaw July 16, 1963 Hope Grows for Better Ties Between Russia and West By PltlL NEWSOM VPt ForHfa New AM*?* Perhaps unfortunately for the bad taste that Could come later, there Is a mounting feeling that the world Is at the threshold of profound changes. In Western capitals the hope is that it will be for the better. Chief basis for this hope is the widening split between the Soviet Ifnion and its Red Chinese allies, and the corollary belief that a split with Red China would make Nikita Khrushchev more amenable toward reaching understanding with the West. Lending support to these hopes have been a number of factors: —In Moscow, the ideological battle between the two Communist giants has been going according to the script laid down weeks and months ego by the warring propaganda organs of the two nations and no compromise appears in sight. —Khrushchev's own apparent belief, as reported to NATO by Belgian Foreign Minister Paul Henri Spaak, is that now is the time to reach some agreement on at least a partial nuclear test ban and that such an agreement is possible in the talks which began this week. —Of lesser importance but a straw in the wind, the arrival in Moscow this week, at the Soviets' invitation, of an Indian team seeking Russian air-to-air missiles and other arms and equipment whose use clearly would be intended as defense against Red China. Fancy Outruns Fact In London, where hopes of an eventual accord with the Soviets always have run higher than in Washington, fancy has so far outstripped fact as to lead to speculation that partial agreement now on a nuclear test ban naturally would lead to an East-, West summit. The factors leading to these mounting hopes have been reported from Western capitals by correspondents with access to high sources. But a note of caution is not amiss. A warning note came from chief U.S. negotiator Averell Harriman who said before leaving ing London that a test-ban agreement is "not in the bag by a long shot." Khrushchev admittedly has big problems on his hands. But he did not reach his high estate in the Soviet hierarchy by giving away all the cards in his hand in advance. In the Red Chinese he faces a formidable adversary. Uses Threat As Weapon One of his strongest weapons against them is the threat that he will reach accord with the West, a possibility which he now is encouraging. On their part, the Chinese already have labelled the ideologi- Woodhull 4-IPers Conduct Tour WOODHULL — A meeting of the Woodhull Starlets was held at the home of Mrs. Ervin Youngren July 9, according to Rebecca Minder, reporter. Miss Donna Kay Elliott, assistant home adviser, was present. The club held a tour at White Pines July 12. Eulene Elliott gave a talk on '"First Aid." Demonstrations were given as follows: Jacque Null, making a tuna fish sandwich; Barbara Cowser, making an egg nog, and Rebecca Minder, icing a double layer cake. Announcement was made that the achievement night will be held July 24 at the Woodhull Methodist Church at 8 o'clock. A lepiclopterist studies butterflies and moths. Greatest Sidewalk Day Buys Ever! Large assortment of exceptional buys cal talks in Moscow a failure, but they also say they can be patient. Agreement can come now or a year from, now or later. The Chinese have been careful not to Stir the enmity of the Soviet people. All of their fire has been centered upon Khrushchv personally and they are banking on his downfall. Meanwhile, they also will be careful to keep their lines to Moscow open. As for a test ban, it already is loo late for any such agreement In include either France or Red China, and without the latter especially, sooner or later must become almost meaningless. If a change for the belter is on the way, it still must be regarded as practically invisible. Oquawkam HoldFarewell Gathering OQUAWKA — Mrs. Lee Seed and Mrs. Ron Rettigg entertained guests July 9 in the Reed home, honoring Mrs. Frank Goodlake, who will soon be leaving for her new home in St. Paul, Minn. Attending were Mrs. Steve Ohler, Mrs. Harold Lumbeck, Mrs. Robert Shepard, Mrs. Bill Sullivan, Mrs. Vincent Carlson, Mrs. Gary Martin, Mrs. Leman Dennison, Mrs. John Noble, Mrs. Arlington Gittings, Mrs. Wendell Slover, Mrs. Richard Slover, Mrs. George Meyer and Mrs. Clifford Dunn. Mrs. Goodlake was presented a gift from the group. Oquawka Briefs Ronnie Green of Chatsworth is visiting here in the homes of his grandmothers, Mrs. Thomas Ruberg and Mrs. Gladys McDavid. Recent visitors of the William Hamilton family were her moth« ef, Mrs, Orpha Klger and Mr. ahd tyf'S. Paul Jericho of Mount Pleasant, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Thor Holmgren and Jill of Maquoketa, Iowa, and the Hamiltons' daughter, Miss Linda and her friend, Delores Thomsen of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Westlake Meloan of Bioomington were recent visitors of his brothers, Wade and family and Robert and family. Miss Janie Hlett of Hutchinson, Kan., is spending several weeks here with her aunt, Mrs. Robert Meloan and family, and also with her grandmother, Mrs. Blanche Bevenour in Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hope and daughter Cindy of Olympia, Wash., are visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cloid Huss and other relatives in this vicinity. • The Dix River Dam hear Danville, Ky., is said to be the largest rock-filled dam in the world. It is 275 feet high. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! OllT OUT? WAY -Br J. R. WifllafM THS PEBUWKEK* >mfta 7V* READ THE GALESBURO REGISTER-MAIL WANT ADS Church Unit At Woodhull Plam Affair WOODHULL - The St. John 's Altar arid Rosary Society met Thursday evening with Mrs. Dale Johnson and discussed plans for the annual chicken dinner Sept. 22 at the Legion Hall in Alpha. Mrs. Maurice DeBuysere of Alexis showed slides of the Nauvoo Retreat, the Grotto of the Redemption at West Bend, Iowa, and the Passion Play at Spearfish, S. D. Mrs. Minnie Nelson has returned to her home following a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Bernadine Harris in Knoxville. Fred Samtielson has returned home from Sand Point, Idaho, Where he visited his son and family, the Don Samuelsons. The Engstrom reunion was held Sunday in Lincoln Park with 34 attending. 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