Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 21, 1963
Page 12
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PAG1 TWELVES ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Former Soviet Leader fow Leads Quiet Life <• % MtteStON GHOVEtt MOSCOW <AF>) - A little man with aluminum gray eyes and a blftck mustache got out of a big G&t at Berlin's Reichschancellery i(J 1940 and was whisked into an important conference with Adolf Hitler. This honored guest was Vjtacheslav Molotov, Soviet for- el|tt minister and right-hand man Of Stalin. Where is he today? On extremely rare occasions,' a little man with aluminum gray eyes and a gray-white mustache Strolls with his wife in a park, not noticed, not wanting to be noticed. That happens to those who lose out in the Soviet Union. Molotov, 72, lost out in one of the most dramatic struggles of Soviet history. In 1957, four years after Stalin died, he made the mis take of trying to drive out of power a rising man named Nikita Khrushchev. Former Power Molotov, who for over a quarter of a century was one of the big figures in shaping the government and foreign policy of the Soviet Union was named Soviet ambas sador to Mongolia. Later he was transferred to Vienna as representative to an* international committee dealing with peaceful uses of atomic energy. It was a letdown for a man who had traded cold stares and colder words with the greats of the world —Eisenhower, Truman, Churchill, Ernest Bevin, Dulles, Gen. Marshall. In 1961, when Khrushchev met President Kennedy in Vienna, there was a great lineup of Russians as the train came in from Moscow. At the head of the line were Austrian officials, the Soviet ambassador, and embassy personnel. Far down the line, among the junior clerks, stood the strangely withered little man whose cold "nyet" played a major role in driving Western nations into a defensive alliance against communism. "Khrushchev shook hands with Molotov, exchanged a few quiet words on a suddenly hushed station platform, and went on. , ; Anothter Purge .Four months later, Khrushchev felt that the old Stalin group needed another going over in a revived attack on 1 the "cult of personality." In the congress of the Soviet party, Molotov and his associates were denounced again. Scores of murders were attributed to them. In November, a month after the congress closed, he returned to Moscow by train. Only the secret police, his daughter and Western newsmen met him. His daughter led him and Mrs. Molotov to a car. A year ago Western reporters discovered he was in a hospital with grippe. Not a word of it was in the Soviet press. There has been no report that Molotov was pensioned, but doubt Jersey Mtm Gets Post at Godfrey Scales JERSEYVILLE — The Department of Public Safety of the State of Illinois has announced the appointment of Adam DeSherlia of Jerseyville to the position of truck Weighing inspector with the Division of Illinois Highway Police. DeSherlia has been assigned to the scales at Godfrey and assumed his new duties Monday. DeSherlia has had long experience in police work. He was chief of police at Grafton for a number of years and served as chief deputy sheriff under the regime of Howard Perdun when the latter was sheriff of Jersey County. Guests at Anderson Home JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Campbell and son, David of Decatur, returned to their home Tuesday following a few days' visit here with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Anderson and with Mrs. Campbell's mother M r s. Carrie Watts. They came to celebrate the wedding anniversary of the Andersons. Mrs. Campbell will return t o Jerseyville Thursday to accompany to Decatur, Mrs. Minn V. Schindler who wil Ibe a guest at the Campbell home until Sunday. Church at Medora Schedules Reunion MEDORA — The annual family dinner of the Methodist Church Sunday School and Esther Class will be held Friday, Aug. 23, at the church, at 6:3Q^p.m. Attend Reunion MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Frueh and Richard Frueh attended the annual reunion of the Nash family at Walton Park in Litchfield, Sunday afternoon. Following the reunion, they called on Mrs. Frueh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Nash of Greenville, who were unable to attend the reunion. Grafioti Methodist Voitlli Group Meets GRAFTON — Members of the Mothodist Youth Fellowship of the Methodist Church Sunday evening made plans for the M.Y.F. Zone Meeting to be held Sept. 16 at the church. Ofnftori Notes GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shafer returned home Sunday evening from a weekend Visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Southard at Festus, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. William Newton who visited several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pohlman, returned to their home in Marion. 111., Sunday. Jimmle Hart of Chicago who spent the past \vreU at the home of his tin cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Pohlman, returned home Sunday. Edward Davis, who has been a nodical patient at the Alton Memorial hospital since -May, was moved in the Jacoby ambulance to his home Tuesday. Miss Sandra Whaley, who has aeeri a patient at St. Anthony's Hospital in Alton, returned to her home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Wilson returned home from a week - end vacation at Big Springs in the Ozarks. Brighton League Plans 50th Anniversary Year Germain Weave Industry AFGHAN — A large German firm plans to build a woolen factory in Afghanistan soon. Belgian Problem BRUSSELS—Supply problems are reported developing in Belgium's textile Industry. BRIGHTON - Programs for the 50th anniversary year of (he Civic League were projected at a meeting of program chairmen Monday evening at Memorial Library. Theme selected by the group is "Through the Years". Chairmen named by the overall program chairmen are: Mrs. Leo George, Mrs. George Duncan, Mrs. Robert, Goss, Mrs. Russel Tucker, Mrs. Dean Benz, Mrs. Oliver Isenberg, Mrs. Carson Oberlander, Mrs. Robert Dunn, Mrs. F. N. Orr. Mrs. LeRoy Schmoeller, president, announced a cleanup day for and Mrs, LeRoy Schmoellef. Attending In addition to the Schmoeller family where: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kbchersperger and family, Troy; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Winters and daughter, the library \n mid-October. It wns announced that the league will make apple butter' to be sold at [he fall flower show -and Bazaar ihe last Wednesday In September. Mrs. Rudy Aldridge is apple butter chairman. First meeting of the league's new season will be Sept. 18 at the home of Mrs. Sam Cardinal. Family Dinner BRIGHTON - Mr. and Mrs. John Winters entertained their children, grandchildren and other relatives and friends at a dinner Sunday at the home of their daughter and son - in - law, Mr. Carlinville; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Winters and family, Dow; A-lc Robert Johnson, Mrs. Johnson and daughter, Wichita, Kan.; Mrs. Leonard White and son, Jerseyville; Miss Diana Weber, Alton; Mrs, J. Johnson and son, Troy. I'liysitjlnti 111 BRIGHTON - Dr. ,F. N. Orr has been a patient at St. Anthony's Infirmary since Friday. Mrs. Harry Farmer, Dr Orr's nurse, said that his condition was critical Tuesday. Hcbcknli Meeting BRIGHTON - Rebekah Lodge Cflitierer'Family Reunion at tildral CARROLLTON — The annunl •eunlon of the Cnmerer family was held Sunday In Eldred at Ihe American Legion hall, with 99 persons present. 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