Herald and Review from Decatur, Illinois on January 23, 1959 · Page 2
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FRI JAN 23 1S59 Mikoyan Calls West Germans 'Naughty Boys' Copenhagen, Denmark, Jan. 22 (AP) Soviet Deputy Premier Anas-tas I. Mikoyan lashed out here today at West German Defense Minister Franz-Joseph Strauss, Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and the U. S. State Department. I le contended thev were continuing the cold war despite Soviet peace overtures. In his first public speech since leaving the United States Tuesday, Mikoyan called Strauss and his political friends "naughty boys." I Ie said Adenauer was jpjilty of "tactlessness" and he ridiculed the U. S. State Department for allowing exporters to send such things as laxatives to the Soviet Union. Mikoyan said West German rearmament is a potential danger to world peace, but he wound up his speech on an optimis'ic note, saying, "The peace forces become stronger and stronger." Referring to the Berlin issue, Mikoyan asked. "How long is the Western occupation of West Berlin to continue? It is now moie than 13 years since the war ended, but the Western powers arc in no hurrv. This is a dangerous situation, and it's fraught v ith conflict." Mikovan said Chancellor Ad-rnauer was tactless in rejecting the Soviet call for a German peace treatv. "Ilerr Adenauer has forgotten that Germany was defeated in the war," Mikoyan said. "He has a j very short memory. But the Ger-1 man people have learned a les- i son from the war and do not j want another war. But still there are in Germany revenge-seeking ' forces who want to try their strength once more. They are not strong enough yet. but they arc getting stronger in step with the est German rearmament. As for Strauss, Mikoyan said: "If West Germany gets a large army and if she gets a government with Strausses, both West Germany and the world will be endangered ov anutner war. These Strausses want to play with rocket weapons and bombs, but it's a dangerous game for these naughty boys." HOME BURNS House of Lawrence Durbin Has $4,000 Blaze A fire believed started by the gas stove in the unattended house of Lawrence Durbin, one mile west of Route 48 on Rock Springs Rd., caused an estimated $4,000 damage early yesterday. The fire was discovered at about 6:45 a.m. by Howard Deakins, a neighbor. Two units of the South Wheatland Fire Department responded to the call from the sheriff s office. Major damage was to the kitchen walls, floor and ceiling. Water and smoke damaee was reported to the rest of the house. Firemen estimated 53,UUU damacif tn the house and Sl.- 000 to the contents. The Durbin family was staying elsewhere because power was off due to the storm. DLCATIIR HtF.ALD Linday-Schaub Newspapers. Inc. 361-365 North Main Street Decatur. Illinois Entered as second-class matter October 1", 1931. at the post office at Decatur. Illinois, under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper as "ell as all AP neus dispatches. Tanker Plane Crashes, 6 Die Alexandria, La., Jan. 22 (AP) An Air Force refueling tanker crashed and burned shortly after takeoff on a training mission today. All six crew members died. The plane, a converted B50 bomber, workino with fighter planes, crashed two minutes after leaving England Air Force base. First Lt. Richard S. Smith, 26, was the co-pilot. His wife and daughter live in Alexandria and his parents, Mr. and Mis. George S. Smith, in Chicago. There was no explanation for the crash. UNIONS ASKED TO SKIP STATE POLITICAL FUNDS Washington, Jan. 22 (AP) Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell said today labor unions have a moral obligation not to use members' dues money for state political purposes. Mitchell noted that use of dues moncv in federal political campaigns is prohibited by the Taft-FIartley law. 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