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'. -11 Stalin Statement On Peace And United Germany May Be Signal For New Propaganda By WILLIAM L. RYAN | Soviet approval of the idea of rc- (AP Foreign News Analyst) | arming a unified Germany, may Helsinki, Finland - (/Pi - Prime serve 'as the starting point for a Minister Stalin's Isicst statement conccrted a t t a c k on the Sovern- may signal an all-out drive by the mcm ° f chanrellor K ° nn * Communists In ]icture the Soviet Union as the only champion of a unified Germany Stalin -said he the considers present mpnjcnl opportune for unification "~ ; o Germany. The Western' powers "arc p l a n n i n g to sisn a peace .contract with Went Germany, ln v .token that no financial fiecis'fta i; possible in making peace-with Germany as a wjiole. The United ^States, Britain and France have found it impossible lo reach any approach toward such unification t h a t is acceptable both to East and West. The Soviet Union, for one thing, has refused to do business with a-UnUed Na- tinns .commission designated to find out if all-lierman elections can be held fair!TM and honestly. But the unity theme has a great appeal to Germans, including iiany in the areas occupied by the three Western powers. Thus Ihe Stalin statement, coming on ton of Wake Up " To More Comfort Without Napginp Backache NsfEing^ckache.Iossof pepandrncrfy, headaches and ditzlness may be due to slowdown nf kidney fiinction. Doctors say good I-idney function is very important to Rood l.'-alth. When some everyday cotditlon.such w stress «nd fltr»i». causes this important funr.tion to slow down,many folks sufternas- fint bactoiehe-- feel miserable. Minor bladder irritations Sut to cold or wrong diet may cause ttetttnnjpnizhtsorfreqti*rifpRS6«r:es. Don't neglect your kidneys if these eondt. tinns bother you. 3fT-I)nan'B Pille *t mild diuretic. lJnpr1 tuiciwftfully by millions for over50 years. It'a amazinc how many timed Doansfffve happy relief from these discum- *orta-hdpthcI5m!losofkidneytubfl 5 imrir,l. ten Hush out wut«. Get Doan'a Filla today! NEW LOCAL SALESMAN for ^-zf SEED CORN SEE Wilkowske Bros. 7 Miles East on Highwoy 45 aucr. A Germany unified on Moscow terms would create a vacuum in Central Europe, despite Soviet claims to the contrary. The Soviet Union, of course, would like to neutral Up Western Europe and bos down its building of defense works, Answered Questions Stalin made his statement on Germany in response to questions sent by a proup of U. S. newspaper and radio men March 24. Four days later" Adenauer announced that the U. S., British and French foreign ministers would meet with him in May to sign a peace contract with Western Germany. Signing nf .such a peace contract wnuld formalize the East- West split in Germany, and perhaps prove a permanent block to Soviet plAns for Europe. Thus fhere is a feeling of urgency in Moscow about Germany, and that is probably one reason Stalin decided to answer the American newsmen's quest inns. Stalin also said he considers a t h i r d world war no nearer-than it was two or three"years ag'o.- Thar is a "welcome mat" for the International Economic Conference opening in Moscow tomorrow. This conference is intended to build a fire under Western governments to turn them away from U. S. leadership and toward thn P'ast. for business. It offers the bait of money to be made by turning to a vast market in the East. Other Rpason* To increase this lure^the USSR must try to convince Western businessmen that war is not inevitable ngr even likely--and that capitalism and Communism can exist peacefully side by side. Stalin may have had still an- olhrr reason for giving one if his infrequent pronouncements tn Westerners just at this time. It was published less than 24 hours before Gen. D wight Eisenhower's first a n n u a l report on what thfe North Atlantic Treaty Organization has accomplished during his first year as its military commander and- what the general believes it. still needs to do. The Kremlinites may have hoped to take some of the headline space away from the NATO record. In short, there is no reason to assume that Stalin's statement is a real move toward peace. Boxer On Third Tour Tokyo-(#VThe American aircraft carrier Boxer returned to Korean waters yesterday for her third tour of romhat duty, the Navy said today. Not white, nof wheat, not ry«, but a flavor blend of all three-Junge's Roman Meal Bread. n-i9-tf Brazil Waking Up, Starts Developing Its Resources (This is one of a ttrlas Ed Van-* deventer is writing about his trip through South America.) By ED VANDEVENTER Sao Paulo, Brazil--The sleeping parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ab Arrlng- ton. The 1'TA pro-school study group met Monday night at the home of the chairman, Mrs. R. C. Lane. giint has heard the cock's crow, it was the last scheduled meeting t! 10 Tu . ck t \° me wcrp Mrs ' GAIN MEW JOt There ll nn need for you lo b« tired, nervous, cronVy or tonifipattd if dtn in dietary defieieneie* which eetur only when the daily inloVs of R-vilommi nnd Nioeln it lesi ihon minimum requirement* over a prolonged period. Thsii nonspecific lymptomt do not in .th*'mie!v» prova a dletery dft- flciency and mey hev« ether couiti er ba du« to functional condition.. If you've resigned yourself t o n l i f e physical pnwrr and e n e r g y . , , without companinnsiiip... w i t h o u t B E X K I , F P K C I A I , F O R M U L A m a y fun and p a r t i e s . . . s i m p l y hr- lis j u s t v.liat you need to pep vnu cause you haven't the necessary u p . . . to give you new vim, sparkle. POTENCY GUARANTEED You l a k e j i M t O N ' R f a s y - t n - i w a l l o w B c x c l c a p s u l e n d a y , an*! thnt's nil! It costs you only about fie A day... A l i n y price lo p«y in p r o t e c t y o u r f . p l f n ^ ^ i n s t I h c m i s e r y a n d su f f e r i n ' f t s o f cur ai a result of pro- longfd deficiencies of ensrntial vitimini unri minerxla in your diet. Ifour mnnty fcnrA- i/ yntc r/nn't fttt fff.~ t f r n f t r r r i n t bollle tf Bezel! f FBduct af Bexel Special Formula thft wonderful now v i t a m i n cnm- pouniJ, may b* exactly what itfit »«cd to put you on your feet n p a i n V you , , . like so many, m a n y ·then ,.. arft suffering from mm- Binn symptoms nf sppcifie deficiencies, \ "Whicre such conditions i»r« ihir to Inrlc of B-vitamins, iron anil lra-p mineral;, known In he e s s e n t i a l in human n u t r i t i o n , Bcxcl may he t h e "miracle drug" you are looking for . in put you in tip-top a rt, C«nn, It. is time to get up. He is not yet ·wide awake--there still is a bit of slumber in his eyes--but he is yawning as most of us do in that last enjoyment of luxury after we have turner! off the rlarm clock. Hunger, however, Is beginning to conquer drowsiness--hunger for Ihe better things of life. So he has decided to go to v.'ork in earnest. That is Brazil. As large as the federation of 48 states in North America, plus the territory of Alaska, Brazil possesses amazing potentialities. Coffee, sugar, t rubber, diamonds, emeralds, gold, many fruits including bananas and oranges, are among its treasures. Unquestionably there are great storehouses of untapped minerals here. Nearer Europe Brazil's seaboard on the Atlantic covers a distance of 3,700 miles. Its depth inland equals the stretch from Florida lo California. No other river on earth, open to navigation, rivals the Anvzon with its tributaries. Brazil is nearer Europe than any other country In the^ Americas. 'the official name of this vast nation is "Republica dos Estates Unidos do Brasil." Its capital is the federal city of Rio rie Janerio (the river of January); its astonishing industrial and commercial metropolis is Sao Paulo, the world's fastest expanding large city. There is no racial prejudice in this country. In both world conflicts, Brazil declared v.'ar against Germany. During the last strugijlc its soldiers fought beside. U. S. troops In. the Italian campaign and its navy patrolled its long coast line on the Atlantic. Communism Outlawed This is the only nation snuth of the Rio Grande which does not use Spanish as the official \an- guage. Brazil is Portuguese-speaking. In 1948 it outlawed Communism and severed diplomatic relations with Russia. As I write this, Brazil is in the midst of a drive against the entmies of Christianity. Here, a visiting newspaperman does not have to look to see if an officious cop is watching, before he uses his camera. Vou in the U. S. A. who listen to the coast-to-coast radio program of Everett Mitchell have heard his broadcast from Sao Paulo by this time. !·: came representing the U. S. State Department, the National 4-H Club Foundation »nd the U. S. Agriculture Department. He made recordings here to' be. heard over the 168 stations in the NBC chain. Pictures of Brazilian farm developments will be shown to farm organizations throughout the U. S. Prairie Grove' Dr. Frank Riggall and son, Rodney Riggall, have returned from London, Ontario, Canada. While there Dr. Riggal! was presented the key and scroll of membership in Alpha Omega Alpha, international medical honorary fraternity by the University of Western Ontario chapter. Mrs. Arthur Campbell entertained Saturday afternoon in honor of the ninth birthday of her son, Allan. Mr. and Mrs. Darrcll Mtillins and sons, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lavanne Kinion, have returned to their home at Ontario, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Allen and children of Duncan, Okla., spent the ' weekend with Mrs. Allen's First Bag Free... If Nutrena Chick Starter isn't the Best You Ever Used of the school year. Mrs. W. D. Mahan of Dallas, Texas, was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Riggal! Monday and 8 dinner 'guest of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Risgall Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lassiter spent Ihe weekend at Greenwood with Mrs. Lassilcr's parci.ts, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rell. Mr. and Mrs. Jack M a r i a n of Okmulgee, Okla., announce the birth of H son Monr'-y night at Okmulgce. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Marian of Prairie Grove went lo Okmulgce Tuesday. Miss Betsy Campbell is a patient at Fayetlcville City Hospital, i _ Mr. and Mrs. James Gartman entertained members of the boys basketball team and (heir dates with a hamburger supper Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Talc and daughter, Trcna Kay, -" Musku- gee, Okla., and Mr. arid Mrs. Bill Delap and son. Eddie, o t . M u s k o gee were Sunday- guests o' Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Tale. Clifton Baggett. Mrs, Cordia Drake Is the guest this week of Mrs. Dora Srttlej of Bcntonville, , Mr. and Mm. Owen Johnson were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson of Round Mountain. Mrs. Joe Gibson and children, Barbara and Charles, of Westwood, Calif., are guests of Mrs. Gibson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Tuck. Sunday guests in , the Tuck home were Mrs, H u t h I Tunstill and sons, John and Robert, of Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. Chalk's Lniramore and daughter. Brcnda, attended funeral services for Mr. L.lira- morc's nephew at Srminole, Okla., Sunday. Mrs. Doris Ann Keller, who M i f - .ered severe burns on her right , arm last Friday, is reported improving. The Rev. and Mrs. Thundore Aguilar and the Rev and Mrs. A. Bell of Jenks, Okla., wen 1 guests Sunday night of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fritz. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ovnl Baker mid children of Drakes Creek were guests of Mr. and Msr. E. J. Counts Saturday night. Jim Brown spent the weekend «t Lake Norfork. Mr. »nd Mrs. Olcn CKIe ipent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Rome McElhiney of Huntivlllt. Marriages CJwvvny, both of Kaycttevlllr, wtrr married March it by the Rev. Mark Eluufhmon. H. Edward fly, Jr., and Miss (Inrbara Martin, both of Fayrttt- villc. were married M»reh Tl by the Rev. M*riui J. LtndMf. . , K«tf v» »itt fb« THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS Edward T. Shelters «nr! M i s s ! , Vera June B«rr, both of Kay- '·· Oldtit Ollkt iupplr Mcun and Gift Shop in Korlhwnl Arkin.M I'tteville, were nwrrM M-«rh 31 by the Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr. Jnhnion H. Cntndall, ruyette- ville, nnd Mrs. Betty Ann Cran- riall. Fort Smith, were married March 3] by James H. Kays, justice of the peace. David N. Drymsn, Ixnvell, and MiKS Nona Hillis, SprlnKdale, were mitrriert Mnrch 29 by B, D. Cirah'am, justice of the pence. Louis Mm Ran, Houston. Texas, and Miss Irma McVay. Pine B l u f f , were married Mnrch .1! by Judge Thomns C. Pitts. James Allison Peterson and Miss Ida Anccbell K n i g h t , both of Red Oak, Iowa, were miirrlcd March 27 by the Rev. n. I,. Dykes, Jr. Eugene Erwln and Miss Lois) r«ytlltTlll«'« ·EAUTIFU1 IASTIR Urgtil ftlKilM CARDS by Olbion Buckner Approximately 4IJO persons attended Fifth Sunday services at the Baptist Church. The Rev. Bazil Ledford of Elkins was master of ceremonies for the program which opened at 10 a.m. and lasted until 4:30 p.m. Luncheon was served at noon.' Special micical numbers were given by Mrs. Thelma T.ed- ford, Miss Karen Ledford. Keith Robbins, Bill Ledford, Don Ward and the Rev. Tate Lane. Mrs. Connie Ledford accompanied nt the piano. A number of ministers j took part in (he program. | Mr. and Mrs. Chester House o f ! Harrison were weekend guests of Mrs. House's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I · Here's » real enamel for inside and ouiside use on wood or metal. P a i n t woodwork and trim in sparkling colon, do over the f u r n i t u r e in Ray tones. 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