The Pocono Record from Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania on February 3, 1955 · Page 16
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The Pocono Record from Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania · Page 16

Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 3, 1955
Page 16
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SIXTEEN THE DATLY RECORD. STKUUDSliUKU - KAST STKUUJJSrJUKG. fA,,' TlltlKSUA Yt fiUUKUAKX . TJOO Stalemate Fits Into Red Pattern By J. M. ROBERTS , AftHOciated Press New Analyst ; Stalemate - has been the overwhelming pattern In the East - West conflict, and President Eisenhower referred to the word yesterday as though It might fit his expectations with regard to Formosa. Stalemate would mean a return to the situation of several months go. with a lot of words but few bullets passing back and forth. It would mean a cease - fire with out any agreement on a cease - fire. It would mean a cease - fire with - Red China of the fact that pursuit of her intent to invade Formosa would involve payment of too high a price, the price of war with the United States. It would mean recognition by Nationalist China that the United States will not supjort the Chiang Kai - shek dream of an invasion of the mainland. Both sides would lose by it. The Reds would lose face, in that they would be backing down from their promise ., to take Formosa, ine West would lose much of the deter - , rent effect of Chiang Kai - shek's poised forces, representing a threat to the Reds if they deploy their N troops for new military adventures, such as in Burma or Thailand. Thus, in effect, stalemate would mean the avoidance or an immediate war threat while increasing the danger of later war threats. This is a procedure which has become recurrent ever since the Berlin blockade and the fall of Czechoslovakia. There is little doubt that it is a consistent part . of Communist policy. It began with the idea that it would encourage economic upheavals upon which 'the Communists could capitalize in their hope of world conquest, and continues as a part of both political and military strategy. Portland Mrs. Gladys Carpenter Thone Portland 7 9 - J 1 - ; : - DR. AND MRS. Howard Ott re turned to their home on Upper Delaware Ave. after an automobile trip to Mexico City, and other points of interest. The Feb. Meeting of the Town Council will be held on Monday night, Feb. 7th in the Town Hall. William H. Cowell, president, will preside. Mrs. Mark Weidman of Hempstead, Long Island, N. Y visited a day the past week at thevhome of her brother - in - law and ister, Mr. and Mrs. James Weidman Jr. and family. The Girl Scout Troop No. 37 of Portland and vicinity will have a First Aid Course each Monday afternoon after school In the social room of the Methodist "Church, Snyder sville Mrs. Richard Rinker " MR. AND MRS. Charles Pos - singer - and foster son, Russell Adams, called on Mr. and Mrs. El - Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Post recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Ben Post at Washington, N. J. Mrs. George DeHaven, Mrs. Al ma Detrick, Mrs. Gladys Neyhart and Mrs. Rina Marsh attended the Ice Follies on Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kunkle and son, Bruce, and daughter, Judy, wer rpppnf rtinnor tnct nt Xlr and Mrs. Norman Ebert. Mr. and Mrs. Rred S. Reaser visited with Mrs. Sarah Stack - house on Sunday afternoon. Mr. ana Mrs. rtusseu fossmger ana Mrs. Mary rossinger spent a day recently in Plainfield, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kresge and family, of Stanhope, N. J., called on Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Post on Sunday. Guests of Mrs. Raymond Hahn and daughter, Linda, on Monday forenoon were the former's mother, Mrs. Agnes Eschenbach, of Mount Pocono; Mrs. Madelyn Reaser and daughter, Marlene, Mrs. Richard Rinker of Sciota, and Mrs. Margaret Burkholder. Fred S. Reaser, assisted by his brother, Robert Reaser and nephew Kenneth tieaser butchered a pigi for Mr. and Mrs. Louis Penle re cently. ' Recent euests at the home of , Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Post were: On Thursday Mrs. Alma Detrick and Gail Rutt and daughter, Linda; on Friday Mrs. Brittain Detrick and son, Randy, spent the day with the Posts. Betty Opplinger, Doris Armitage and Mrs. Mary Possinger railed on Sunday. DO YOU KNOW A NEWCOMER Who lias just moved to Strouclsburg or East Stroudsburg? Phone to WELCOME WAGON HOSTESS For Stroudsburg 909 - J For East Stroudsburg 1840 Calls are made upon : New mothers Girls 16th Birthdays Engaged Girls Newcomers Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm S. Allen Saylorsburg RD 1 Couple To Graduate As Ministers MR. AND MKS. Malcolm S. Allen, formerly of Saylorsburg RD1, will graduate from the Watchtower Bible School of Gilead at South Lansing, N. Y., on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen are members of the 24th graduating class of the school which is operated by the Watch - tower Bible and Tract Society, governing body of Jehovah's Wit assignments to the graduating body. Mr. and Mrs. Allen expect to receive a ministerial annoint - ment in the United States. Miss Godshalk of Bangor, will be the director. The Ladies Aid and Mission ary Society of the Baptist Church ill be held on Thursday, Feb. 3, at 2:30 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Roy Teada on the Portland - Ban - gor highway. The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodift Church will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 1, at 7:30 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Harry Bellis. Mrs. Lloyd Newbaker will be co - hostess. Richard Shuster and Richard Kithcart have enlisted in the United States Navy and left on Wednesday. ' Charles Lerch was admitted on Monday to the General Hospital, East Stroudsburg, when he was taken with a heart attack while at his work. Charles DeGroff is confined to his home with illness. He and Mrs. DeGroff observed their birthday anniversaries this week. nesses. Mrs, Allen, 1948 graduate of Chestnuthill High School, is the former Grace Howell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy K. Howell of Saylorsburg RD1. Mr. Howell is proprietor of the Mountain Blossom Honey business and is well known in the Saylorsburg area. Mr. Allen has been associated with the Watchtower Society for the past 16 years. Prior to entering Gilead Bible School for specialized training, the couple served in South - Central United States, in which capacity Mr. Allen was principal speaker at bi - weekly area conventions of... Jehovah's Witnesses in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky and Southern Indiana. Mr. Allen also served for five years at the world headquarters of the Watchtower Society in Brooklyn. As graduates of the school, Mr. and Mrs. Allen will be expected j to. take the lead in the Christian: ministry, direct preaching activity, ' organize new congregations and in general spearhead the missionary activity of Jehovah's Witnesses. Since its dedication in 1943, more than 2,500 ministers have graduated from the international school and have been sent to more than 100 lands to engage in missionary activity. It is expected that upwards of 2, - 000 people from Eastern United States 'will attend the graduation exercises Sunday. N. H. Knorr, president of the school and the world organization of Jehovah's Witnesses will address the graduates and present the ministerial Jeddo - Highlond o!dco.'s COAL Lehigh Yalley - Hazelton SILVER CREEK blrnlvg CITY COAL CO. PHONE 1234 A HOME OF YOUR OWNh HAVE A TALK WITH US RATE PER AN M M LATEST DIVIDENDS 356 0 NOV. 30, n 951 East Stroudsburg SAVINGS. Building & Loan Assn. ON SAVINGS - INVESTMENTS HOURS: 9 o.m.5 p.m. 9 a.m. - 12 N. Saturday MEMBER OF FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM ALL ACCOUNTS INSURED TO $10,000.00 BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP. 75 WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 2397 or 862 Bell Telephone Bills May Be Paid Here I """ & f DSli m " HOT TISUICK IN HISTO Kk. JeZ ',' "'" " tniTOiff " No wonder you see so many 1955 Buicks on I tjNfe. asW" - - - - - - the highways they're roiling up bigger sales than I fTx. " iW,nmirmOT - history topping the popularity I"" You can take it over for only 2.32.5 88 (A 'txtmfyf MTL1 ) ft . w. people still don t believe it. Jiut true. And when you look into the facts, you'll find these two solid truths: Buick is one of the "Big Three" in sales volume and hotter this year than ever before. And Buick is one of the "Big Three" when it comes to prices which make such popularity possible. The price we show here proves it. So why not get what a Buick has to offer, if you are in the market for a new car? You find that the dollars you pay for Buick buy you a lot more automobile and the sheer satisfaction that comes with bossing a brawny traveler of this caliber. You find it in the record - high V8 power that gives life to this spirited performer. You find it in the soft and level and cruiser - steady ride that comes of all - coil springing and torque - tube stability. Yu find it in the extra roominess, the extra frame strength, the extra tread width, the extra silencing all part and parcel of every Buick. could tell you about the little things, - too. Things usually charged for as "extras" in other cars, but yours as standard equipment at no extra cost in every Buick. Things like direction signals, oil - bath air cleaner, full - flow oil filter, automatic lighting in glove and trunk compartments and so on. But you get the idea. This is a buy, this '55 Buick a great buy and a thriller from the instant you press its gas pedal. Come in this week and check things for yourself, won't you? 2 - rieor, f - pcuenger lutck SPECIAL Sedan, MedeMS, illuitreted. Optioncl equipment, eccetsoriet, state and local taxes, if eny, additional. Trices roy vary slightly in adjoining communities. Even the focroryinstalied extras you rray wont are bargains, tuth eit Heater 4 Defroster., . $11.70; Radio i Antenna , , $92.50, Thrill of the year is Buiclc WHIN IETTIR AUTOMOIILIS All BUILT IUICK Will BUILD THIM cv TO A MA.VS HEART Iff KING OF HEARTS A Gift Of Sonietliing - to - Wear Gets Closest to a 3Ian! Bewitched, bothered and bewildered . . . about what to give that man of yours on Valentine's Day? If this is your problem . . . we have the answers. Choose here the gift that will flatter his taste . . . and yours ! Mi.; aJ s FAMOUS ARROW WHITE SHIRTS 3.95 to 3.00 CORDUROY JACKET 7.95 100 Lambs Wool Sweater 10.00 Sleeveless at 4.95 GIFT NECKTIES 1.00 to 3.50 LIGHTWEIGHT GABARDINE JACKET GIVE HIM A PAIR OF SLACKS 6.95 to 17.88 7.98 PARIS BELTS 1.50 to 10.00 V. GOLDEN EAGLE PLAID SPORT SHIRTS WASHABLIS . 6.93 - 7.95 INTERWOVEN SOCKS The new 65c to 2.50 stretch sox 1.00 - 1.50 GIFT PAJAMAS 3.95 to 10.00 1 1 m f duiibeotn Nl. Give him a new fuce - flaUerinji I II 1P HAT It' simple when ou give a champ hat. GIFT CERTIFICATE 5.00 fo 7..10 vi;isTi;n The new shape gives twice - as - wide shaving surface double the beard coverage. Faster, closer shaves than you ever thought possible. Twice - as - wide shaving surface fives double the beard coverage. Entirely new shape is smaller la the hand, easier to beadle. More compact, more powerful motor thaa ever before. Comes ia beautiful gift case. 27.r0 - 5 - 0 i i WEICHEL BUICK, 1009 Main Street. Stroudsburg, Pa. PHONE 770 A. B. Wyckoff NO COST OR OBLIGATI0 I

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