Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 15, 1963 · Page 15
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 15

Publication:
Location:
Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Tuesday, October 15, 1963
Page:
Page 15
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Sir Winston Say Konrad 'Wisest Man' By PHIL NEWSOM . UP! Foreign News Analyst "Adenauer may well be deemed the wisest German statesman since Bismarck." It was a compliment from one great man to another. For the man who made the remark was Sir Winston Churchill, he who led Great Britain through the perilous World War II years to final victory over Adolf Hitler. And the man of whom he was speaking was Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, who rebuilt a war-wrecked Germany into one of the world's greatest financial and political powers, and which today provides the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) with every second soldier available for defense of the West. This is the day that Adenauer's resignation from 14 years of rule becomes effective. Wednesday, L u d w i g (Uncle Ludy) Erhard becomes the new chancellor of the West German republic. It has been described as the end of an era, an ending that came sooner than Adenauer himself wished, not as soon as Erhard and others in Adenauer's increasingly rebellious Christian Democratic party have wished. Reach Unexpected Peaks Churchill's comparison of Adenauer to Bismarck was not just a complimentary phrase. For Adenauer, like Bismarck, had been called upon to lead a fledgling German state and both had led it to wholly unexpected peaks of power and influence. Adenauer overcame doubts that the German people had rejected their Nazi past and won for them acceptance in the Western family of nations. Adenauer fought for a united Germany integrated with a united Europe. He tied West Germany's fate with the United States and his constant goal was the elimination of the old enmity between Germany and France. Not all these goals were accomplished, and in later years he became increasingly suspicious that accord between the United States and the Soviet Union might be reached at the expense of a permanently divided Germany. Signs French Accord This and his continuing de sire for close ties with France led him last January to sign his accord with President Charles de Gaulle which he described as a crowning moment of his life. But within his own party there was criticism that he had become subservient to De Gaulle and that for French - German accord he had sacrificed some of his own earlier goals, includ ing a united Europe and his close ties with the United States. It hardened the determination that it was time for Adenauer to quit. Part of Adenauer's reluc tance to shed his robes of office arose from his doubts about the abilities of the man named to succeed him. Adenauer, whose own interest in economics is minor, recognized the Erhard genius which had made the Germany of today the world's third largest trading nation, the second largest industrial producer and the possessor of the largest currency reserves in Europe. But an economict, he believed, did not make a politician and in many sarcastic references he questioned that Erhard had the strength of character to stand against the pressures which fall upon the chancellor. Actually, under Erhard, there probably will be a few changes in Germany policy. But he opposes De Gaulle's concept of a Europe which would bar Britain. And this may provide one of his early tests. They'll Do It Every Tim© By Jimmy Ratio JIMS CHANGES m THINGS mc^AS FOR IN5TANCS WHEN *WE NEW BRlDE PUT A DEN? IN THE HOW LETS CONSIDER THE SAME SET OP C/flCUMtfttMCES APTER THEY'VE BEEN WED A FEW VEARS«« , SWE&tfe PIEER«UM«.I HATE TO BOTHER VOU«* BUT-UH"-* MAO A ^SLIOHT ACCIDENT WITH THE NEW CAR«« NEVERMIND f £ £ARA'AGE* _ ALL RIGHT, [UN6 ?vOU BETTER SEE A fXXTOR /lU BE .RIGHT THERE.'.' r RANClO /fM ^ r AT GRAPECLUSTER AND VIN£"ER"UH"* I HAD A TEENY- WEENy ACCIDENT- AQAM? DlOVOO J TEAR UP ANYTHING? 'WAT'S 7HE DAMAGE?] CALL A TOW CAR K ANDGETA TAXI HOME.'/ tots 1 >P* ' . kfr ^ I® King Fe»tur«i Syndicate, Inc., 1963, World right' rettrvtd.. SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer • 1*1 h NIA. I»c TJ*. tf. VS. M. OH. JO -/S "I think I'm going to be penalized 50 yards to my bathtub!" Knit a Shift Sexton Church Improvement Is Planned SEATON — A new entrance to the Center Presbyterian Church is expected to be completed soon, if weather permits. The entrance will have a new cement stoop and front walks with a canopy above. New wood doors will be hung which will feature wooden crosses framed by glass in each panel. W. H. Moorehead and crew | church have furnished the la- of Aledo and local men of the bor. NOTE: Sand pati.rn otdart dt- ract to New York VValch addr.M balow. Ordari will NOT ba »c- eaplad at Galaiburg nawspapai oliica. Use sport yarn in your best color to knit your favorite style—the versatile shift. Knit a shift—go-everywhere fashion success! Knit round and round —all one piece. OochH • 'ti, Pattern 765: directions s- :i2-34; 36-38. Thirt/-fiva canu in L> nis pattern—add 15 cents fi<< oat- tern for first-clasp main,.,. una special Handling Sena to u,aura wheeler,, care oi Ualesourg Register-Mail, 74 Neealecrafi Dept., P O. Box 161. Old Chelsea Station New Vork II. N Y Print plainJy PATTERN NUMBER NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE BIGGEST BARGAIN in Needlecraft History I Nev. 1964 Needlecraft Catalog has ovei 200 designs, costs only 25c I A 'must' If vou knit, crochet, sew weave, embroider, quilt, smock do crewelwork. Hurry, send 25c right no /. Marks 16th Birthday WOODHULL - Dan Russell celebrated his 16th birthday Oct. 8 at his home east of Woodhull with a wiener roast attended by friends of the family. Those in attendance were Mr- and Mrs. L. A. McCormick from Anamosa, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Burhorn and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Russell of LaFayette, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Russell and family of Woodhull. Accepts Pastorate In Woodhull WOODHULL - Donald Remellard of Kansas, a first year student at the seminary at the University of Dubuque, has accepted the pastorate at the local United Presbyterian Church and expects to move here in the near future. Remellard has conducted services here the past several Sundays. He is married and has a child. He is a graduate of Sterling College in Kansas. Woodhull Briefs Mrs. Margaret Willsie of Galesburg, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Dorothy Meline of Glendale, Calif., were callers in the Albert J. Swanson home Wednesday. Mrs. Anna Drennan of Auburn, wife of the late Dr. Drennan, who was a former practicing physician in Woodhull, is residing in the Parks Nursing Home in Auburn. Mrs. Drennan had been on an auto trip in Canada and Nova Scotia and fell at a service station in Indiana. She fractured her leg. She spent several weeks in hospitals. Robert E. Christian of Downers Grove, a son of Mrs. J. R. Christian of Woodhull and the late Dr. Christian, has been promoted to the position of group leader in the Crystal and Reed Section of the Motorola Filter and Crystal Research Department in Chicago. Christian is a graduate of the Al- Wood High School. Indian Boys To Climb DARJEELING, India CAP) "Adventure" courses for Indian boys will be conducted by the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute here beginning next summer. Col. B. S. Jaswal, principal of the institute, said recently that two courses of three weeks duration would be held for a total of 80 boys, to start with, in order to "instill the spirit of adventure in Indian youth." Jaswal, who visited mountaineering centers in France, Switzerland and Britain this summer, said the course would incorporate the cardinal features of the Duke of Edinburgh's "Outward Bound" scheme which has proved a big success in England. Teachers May Intern COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Teachers may soon be required to serve an "intern year" on the job before being graduated at Ohio State University. Donald P. Cottrell, dean of the College of Education, believes that an extra year of education is becoming increasingly necessary for teachers. Under the program, he said a bachelor's degree could be omitted with grad- New Windsor Society Has Work Day NEW WINDSOR - Work Day was observed by the members of the Martha Society at Calvary Lutheran Church parlors Oct. 10. The group worked on four new robes for junior choir members, five robes to be used at the Christmas pageant to be presented by the Sunday school, and assisted Mrs. Alden Johnson, Sunday school superintendent, in outlining her work. Rev. Paul Holmer conducted the devotions. The Marthas voted to recommend to the Fern Leaf Society that each pay one- half of the expenses of the material purchased for the choir robes and pageant robes. Mrs. Aleda Calmer donated a pieced quilt which was purchased by a member. Mrs. Edwin Peterson announced the Rock Island-Galesburg District Assembly of the Lutheran Church Women at Trinity Lutheran Church in Moline Oct. 15, opening at 9:30 a.m. The October birthday anniversaries of Miss Grace Johnson and Mrs. Arthur Field were observed. Hostesses Mrs. Lillian Oberg, Mrs. L. H. Peterson and Mrs. Alec Young served morning and afternoon coffee brunch and a potluck dinner was served. Gofesto Tuesdoy, Oct 15, 1961 IS uates receiving gree instead. a master's de- CARNIVAL Bv Dick turner 3IFFV CARVW M^f^^Z'""'^ '"'1 <B 196) fey NIA, Inc. T.M. «•«. U.S. frt. Off. JO-/S "Not only do I save money on gas, but the tips art only half as much!" Plan Inve§titure NORTH HENDERSON Brownie Scout Troop held a meeting Tuesday in the school all-purpose room. Becky Runion was host and served lunch. Scouts made invitations for mothers to attend the investi­ ture p.m. service Tuesday at 4:30 Cool that baked graham-cracker pie crust before adding the pie filling. READ THE WANT ADS! Keithsburg Church Plans Devotions KEtTHSBURG—Members of St. Mary's Altar Society met at the home of Mrs. Ralph Has* tings Tuesday. Mrs. Mark Carr, Mrs. William Sullivan, Mrs. Edward Kane and Mrs. Russell Stokes of St. Andrew's Catholic Church of Oquawka and Mrs. Frank Murphy of Rock Island were guests. Plans were made to hold a 13-hour devotion at St. Mary's in Keithsburg Nov. 10. The Civic Club met Tuesday at the civic clubrooms. Mrs. H. O. Vancil gave a talk on civil defense. Guests were Mrs. Mable Searl, Mrs. Murl Hawkins and Miss Tamy Lower. Patients in the different hospitals from Keithsburg are Roy Bryant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Byran, who had his tonsils removed at the Mercer County Hospital in Aledo, Mrs. Armour Clawson, surgery at the Muscatine Hospital, and Mrs. Margaret Anderson in Galesburg Cottage Hospital for observation. IvtrMtft Jtftnlnft Nl* to 10 InclMt MNMU.MIM* TMMI Go West WEST DRUG CO., INC 324 E. Mali St LOTUS—FORD From the ear-splitting roar of the speedways... comes Ford's solid, silent total performance^ Beautiful new 1964 Super Torque Ford —one of 16 modelt We Ford Dealers are proud to present a new line of born winners.. .cars bred the tough way in fierce open competition. Ford's overwhelming performance from Indianapolis to Monte Carlo is a matter of record. But secret until now are the amazing 1964 advances in ride, ruggedness and response that were honed and perfected in this fierce competition. Now it's your turn at the wheel of a 1964 Super Torque Ford, Falcon, or Fairlane. Experience the thrill only we Ford Dealers offer-total performance '64!! ro.A.t, TRY TOTAL PERFORMANCE AT YOUR FORD DEALERS McCREERY MOTOR SALES TOMPKINS and KELLOGG ST, GALESBURG

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free