Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 27, 1955 · Page 10
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 10

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Hie Dixon Evening Telegraph— Dixon, Illinois Page 10 Friday, May 27, 1955 DATE OF ADDITION If Alaska, or Hawaii are admitted to the Union as a state, a new star would appear in the United States flag on the Fourth of July following admission. DAILY RAINFALL Mount Waialeale, 5.000-foot peak on the island of Kauai, m the Ha- 315 W. FIRST ST. MAHOGANY "MOON" Mahogany trees are cut bv the light of the moon because at this time they aie freest fiom sap. soundei. and of a richer color than during the day. VJOQK c$n happen ! Intttre vhyotely NOW! KEN MALL INSURANCE AGENCY PHONE 2-81T1 Dixon National Bank Bldg., Dixon, HI. Try Our 2 FOR 1 Every Afternoon 5 to 5:30 p. m. Temporary Hours MONDAY thru FRIDAY 4:00 p. m. to 12 Midnight SATURDAY 1 p.m. to 12 Midnight COME and WATCH The FIGHTS Every WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS SULLIVAN'S OPEN SAT. TILL 9 P. M. U.S. and Russia Flexing Muscles Observer Sees Evidence Of New Power Struggle By JOHN M. HU5HTOWER WASHINGTON if— The United States and Russia aie squaring off for what may be one of the decisive battles of the cold war— a struggle o\er who is going to pull back. New evidence of this developing pow er struggle was found by Russia & notes to the Western Powers Thursday. While accepting a bid to a Big Four confetence this summer, Moscow denounced American leaders for talking about freedom for the Communist nations of Eastern Europe. The State Department did not lespond in kind to the critical tone of the Soviet message. It said it is "glad" that Premier Nikolai A. Buleranin is willing to meet with President Eisenhower and the Brith and Fiench Premieis Ipnores Criticism While ignoiing Russia s cnti- ism. Secretaiy of State Dulles eiteiated m his wordm; U.S. comment his and Eisenhow- s intentions ot pressing the satel-e issue at the meeting rhe statement said. "The United States will constructively explore ail oppoitunities which the confer- may afford to promote peace, freedom and justice " Freedom and justice aie what Dulles has been publicly demanding for the Soviet satellites U S. officials thought the Soviet notes to Washington, Pans and London had a defensn e tone. They interpreted this to mean that Dulles and Eisenhower had stuck the Reds in a sensitive spot when, in sJ Holiday L -special- For Saturday and Monday Falstaff Beer Bottles $«J25 Plus dap. <3 \ Cans $^75 ^ Per cast O OPEN MONDAY 8:30 a.m. till Midnight Aluminum Combination Screens & Windows Trade in your old screens and storm windows — You will be surprised at our liberal allowance for them regardless of size or condition. Payments as low as $5.00 per month • SELF STORING - Inserts come out from the inside. There is no need for ladder climbing. • PERMANENT Lifetime extruded aluminum means no rusting, rotting, or painting problems. • CONVENIENT --The easiest window to operate, they are unconditionally guaranteed. PHONE or WRITE TODAY FREE ESTIMATES and DEMONSTRATION Combination Doors Awnings Door Hoods PHONE 2-0981 levision bioadcast 10 days ago. Dulles put forth as a pi ope r conference issue the problem of satellite freedom. The Sonets aie following a simi lar line in the reverse direction. Thuisdsv s message was in keep- ath their current campaign its forward positions in Europe and In the note, the Soviets accused the United States of trying to pie- lntemauonal settlements and appealed to the French and British break witn tne American posi- n on the ground that it would . "contribute to an appropriate atmosphere ' for the projected top-lev el meeting. U S officials dismissed any thougnt that Britain s Prime Min-mei Anthonv Eden or Fiance s Premiei Edgar Faure would en-teitaui sucn an idea. However, they letogmzed that tne Russians were leally appealing to British and Fiencn public opinion— try to rallv popular foices in Europe against the United States. rreviou. Proposal I The Soviets had pieviously pio- ' posed withdrawal of occupation forces from Germany back to national frontiers — across the Atlan- i case of American troops. They had also protested increasing ly of late about American bases on foreign territory, as m Britain. Germanv, Turkey, the Philippines and Japan The U.S response to the Soviet acceptance said the United States "is glad to note" that Russia agreed to an early meeting and it promised American cooperation m working out details of time and place. It is expected that tne Western Powers will send a note to Moscow in a few days making a definite proposal of time and place— prob ably July 18-21 at Lausanne, Switz- HAILS TREATY— This special Austrian stamp commemorates the recent signing of the treaty ending occupation of Austria. The two-schilling stamp bears the 1945 coat-of-arms series with an overprint of ""Staals-veitrag 1955" (State Treaty 1955) Stamp is bluish-gray. IDEAL FOR PICNICS VISITS GET ONE AND SAVE IT FOR FUTURE USE AT MOST DEALERS GUNS DON'T INTEREST HIM ANY MORE— Gen John Sailing, o-e of three survive- ve»er»»>s of the Confederate Army, seems more interested in the camera than in little George Elkins' pistol. The old soldier recently spent his 109th birthday quietly sitting at his Slant, Va., home, wearing a new "Texas style" hat and eating from a 40-pound birthday cake. Penney's 98°<1 98 Faded Denim Sport Slacks Semi-boxer styling m durable, comfortable denim. 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