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Contest For Germany Began When Allies Erected Four Postwar Occupation Zones By JAMES MARI.OW . f r e i i l y ; en tiermans should he »\- Washington-M'j-Fires are build-! lowed to rearm and make their inf in Germany. Here's how they own u'capnns; H) new. unified were started: German.- rc.uldn't make nny mili- The Big Four -- United Stales, l a r v aihanre; Russia, Britain, France-divided, G i r n m i r k ,, ',,, Germany into four ocrtipatmn T zones at war's end. The strups'e purjjnpe \v;i.. n-..,. u., ntl - iar Germany between Russia and poalirm lo the nld Gorman na- rhe West began. i ""'"I'sm and jiving the West Years passed with no hope for a ' C ; n r n ' a n s a risinn nf a ncw r ' UT ~ peace treaty with united Germany. U.S. And Good Neighbors South Find Prices Paid For Tin And Copper Big Problem AMANiAS TIMIS. faYttHvIHa, Arkontn ThurnUy, May l.«, 1951 9 manv - lh - "·· "~* hoped to split clk the peace treaty witn united uermany · '"- ""1 -"'"--' "«t'm ... .^n The Russians s cl up a puppet pnv- '. hpm f m m l h c Wtst ^ nrl wrtclk t h ( ernment. Communisi-controllcrl, - turnpean army. in East Germany. The Western 11 " ri! wrc irimmicks in I h i s Allies let West ' f l n i - m a n s h.iv, " 11|ip 1 h p A l l i e s were o u t of t h ( Allies let West Germans have their own government, headed b\ Chancellor Konratl Adenauer. new Germany, German Communists ( o u l d work to t a k e over the 'The occupying forces stayed, |,,,t. government from w i t h i n . the Allies allowed Adenauer's . But the Russian propiisa^ put the go Weste tic d r nn armv e Allies allowed AULHUUICI ? ' " l t l l c i'" 00 " 111 I M I '(-" f " i"" n.i. n'ernment much freedom. The A ! l i p s " n l l i e f m{ - Tno Russians estern Allies formed the A l l a n - "'" L ' i(i lllok I l k e honies to thc G f r ~ ; defense pact. This meant b u i l d - - " K '" s - lhe A l l l f 1 5 l l k e villains, if ic an armv l n e 'J'Krr turned down the tricky Since this would be less t h a n an H' 1 TMTM ""er cold, -my without the West Germans,! T h p A l l i c s f a i d lhp . v wtm i n l c r IPV were offered a d e a l - Mlc(] - smt th 1 Russians a note .hf:y were offerer* a deal: Blan Meets Favor l^ A contractual agrecmciil f a n cy name fi be a peace treaty ...., J l i - i many, linking it with the West. '']' Adenauer was for it. 2. We.t Germany was asked tn - , onjorlinp to some of the Russian n t r n c t u a l agreement fj,n- notions, offering some of thoir for what, in effect would mvn - The_.nussi!in.i answered hack. ·e treaty'with Wcsl Gor-; '''"esrtay ni;ht the Allies sent the test note in the series. Tree" Elections Demanded More briefly is what the two of the European army, not a new i new KO^ernment in free election.. "fhe"Russian.rinsteod of p u l l i n g , They «"'' «' anl Communist-riB- all Germany into the Soviet or- Ecd elections in East Germany. bit, were losing Wc.t Germany to 1he 'Allies. So they offered a deal March i n : ( 1 ) But how could anyone be sure lhe elections were free? The Russians suggested the Big Four handle that one. More of that endless (1) Germany should he u n i f i e d ; ri ' r h;lt TM"- " ore "' t h a t cndlcsF -l T""- Birr Four should f i n a l l y : Wrkr ' ril1 r between the West and ·Ign that long-delayed peace.' missia ? Th(1 A11ies sal(i no * m ^- -· -~ : , j they want an i m p a r t i a l commis- Come In and See Us About Our Eosy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barm, ere. Clifton Lumber Co. Phot). 27. W«t Fork, Ark. .'_:__! a sion to take care of the free clec lion probiem. Allies Say Whoa 2. The Russians said lhe BiB i Four should go to work at once on a peace treaty for a unified ficr- ] many, but lhc Allies said: Whoa. ! no treat\; talks start before a new '· nnd united German government *can take part. 3. The Allies took a dim view of Russin's plan to let all Geunany rearm. 4. The Allics rejected the Rus- isian suggestion u l a t a u l l jt c d Geri i n a n y be forhidden to make military alliances. \foir Icings Will Jfe/er Batefcr IMEIICI'S UIEEST SELUNC SlIGtRS West Fork ' The primary Sunday School department nf 11ip First Baptist C h u r c h hclrt a spcrial Mother? Day prnjjram Sunday- Mr. ami Mrs. \V. H. Mahonny were in Kayettevilie on businrss Mnndny. ^Vs. M i n n i e Ferguson nnd Mrs. , Woody Fochlman attended funer- [ ;il servicFK for Art Stanley at I Rrcntwfcod Monday afternoon. · Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Phillips and (Vmahtfrs; nf F.'.ycttevifle visited Mrs. Phillips mother, Mrs. Artdie Winn. Sunday. ' Tho younp ppnple nf lhe Chris- l i n n Church, were in charge of special Mothers Day .services Sunday morning. . Bert Clark of Trxa? Fpont thc werhend with his mother, Mrs. Ellen Clark. Memorial services will be conducted at Union Star cemetery Sunday. i Bud- Carter of Stillwaler, Okla., ; Lt. Jack Carter of Tinker Air j I force Base, Okla.. and Miss Mar- i tha Golden of Oklahoma City, : i Okla., sprnt the 'weekend w i t h ' Mr. and Mrs. II. A. tarter. Buell B. Woods will leave Monday for New York City where he will A t t e n d the Ifi4(h tieneral as? e m 1) 1 y tif · tin? Pit'sb.vtei iai Church, up cnrnmippjonrr from tlie A rk ;i nsas P rcsby t ery. M r. Wi nd: ' w i l l ho accompanied by Mrs, : Woods aiKi their daughter, Beverly. En route home they will visit Dr. n n d Mrs. W i l l i a m Pen rope in W i l m i n g t o n . Del., nnd Mr. and ' Mrs. Ihifili Cruse in Washington [ D. C. They expect to return about ft.v SAM IMH'SOX New York-WVUm-le Sam is i having a Fittle misunderotandmg | again w i t h some of his good neighbors over prices. And iniernalionnl j politics, playing q u i t p as lar~e a 'part as economice, give the dis- jpntfis some fantastic twist*. j Chile \vants more for her cop; per, which we need, than the 271,2 .cents a pnim.d we have been paying her. So she isn't letting us j have any at all just now. I Bolivia wants more for her tin I I r a n the $1.12 J 7 a- pound price I Uncle Sam sets on metal he can [buy in Malaya, where it is plenli- ! f u l . Rubber prices in Singapore have i dropped sharply again. British planters blame Uncle Sam because he cut the price of synthetic rub- j b e r he produces. American uil»- ber consumers show slight i n l e r - csl in buying Malaya's n a t u r a l ! product, now in surplus supply, at · a n y hut bargain prices. | If the United States wanted to j get rough, it probably could gel along without Bolivian tin--now. , But Bolivian friendship is im- j p o r t a n l to us, and in t i m e of war ' t h e t i n from Malaya mitfl '. be cut . o f f , as it was by the . apancse. So i we are negotiating w i t h Bolivia [ about prices. Tin is essential to i her economy. Copper Situation Complex The ropper situation is much more complex. We produce only I two-thirds of what we need. Jn- i ternalional politics tie us tightly lo Chile's copper mines and hold .us at arm's length from other cop; per sources, controlled by our ; Kuropean Allies. ! By d r a w i n g upon our large slra- tr-gii: stockpile, we could get by for a long time and thus beat ' down Chile's asking price. But i this is an election year, both here , and in Chile. Here the defense I progra_m is to be kept rolling and the c i v i l i a n economy prosperous --and t h a t means more copper. In Chile'a government f r i e n d l y fo the United States is opposed by | a slate resided here as favoring j A r g e n t i n a . The price Chile gets I for her copper could play a big part in the politic:' campflign there. Unless we get a large part of Chile's copper, or dip into our stockpile, civilian use of copper here would have to be cut back further. That would be bad news for a u t o makers, utilities and Hie ' construction industry, a m o n g .others. It could lead to more layoffs and shortages. j Chile has been furnishing 3(1 per i cent of the copper we consume, I selling us 80 per cent of her pro, duction at 27^i cents, or three ' cents a pound above our ceiling , price on domestic copper. Chile I sold the rest in Europe, getting as high as 54 cents a pound on the free market. ] But dnm.md for n^pcr is e,v,jni: rap:d!y in Kurnpr- and t h e price i has rirojiprd to !i.") r'rnl - '.'. h i n i '' : onie t h i n k is t h e price C ' l u l o / v r u i l i l like US tn r n r i l r a r t to ji, y n-.py i long prrind fur her oi:tpii!. H we did, it would h a v e M r n n « p u l l i n g power i;p"'ard on the price of on:own cttppcr heie. I Cupper riifiucevH here- a r e n ' t ,is a n x i o u s lo si'p lhe price of coppo · RO up nF you m - q h ; exuorl. Tba j would encourage the t h i n g tlie | (car most--the search f u r c h f v i p e ; substitutes. And so t h r v Jiavcn' been f i g h t i n g to yet the 'J4 l a cent reihnjr raised and t'ney d i s l i k e the idea of higher-priced Chdea. 1 ) copper for t h a t reason. | The shortage here isn't as r r i t r ; cal as it was. American productmn is due In increase over the next : iwn years. And maybe one of these- Richest of all coffees gives you 10-15 more cups per pound yet costs only Truly Washable! Ideal for KITCHENS and BATHROOMS N o w , if y o u ' r e planning to drill up lhc imerior of your home w i t h frc.sh, hril- liant colors, you ran he e c o n o m y - m i n d e d , too! For Pittilmrgh Wallhide Ciloii Wall Ptint coven fllmoit any turfncc in « sinslccoai! ll'l w«slinhlf,tno. j'fi/ K-flit n ./A ( nlnr 'Gal. $5.62 P I T T S B U R G H P A I N T S We Give SI1 Green Stamps · Park Avenue ·Nancy Warren *Birgc · Pratger and · United Wollpqper J O H N S O N ' S 25 N. Block Phon. 806 ttJWKS ^^^^"TM* J'/sj-i'n ny* irul; While Berries and Broilers are cheap. · Y«i, b.tt.r living for your fnmil; n-ill cost you /en. Huy in |nantiiy when foodi arc chcapcM. Trcojc' garden frnin and llakr Inn pic* or a( once, nnd frcc/ Snvc lime, too, in shopping iripi. Come in -- act t h i s new Hot- Automatic Appliance Co. sssvrprisirt :r: r:'~,',.';;',r,;!'oiiicert io B tt^tt '»·»·· ···^·: «··«-- npcnmf a yiii-|-hi - nir-' as r f : - r n l - ' , , ! f ( t n f - ^ P ^ i f ' 'T.v-ntson. v/gi "·"^ '.·»!r-'~- ^z:::::^:':^ southern Baptists l -:^ r ^j hfm - Cczanne P a i n t i n g S "^r:"/' 1 ''"'''"'.''''.'.'^! Mi».m. FI,-M..-K.« · ,, . , ,, . . » ,, , . , . ' r n , . . . , , r , . r l B n , h , B W . , r . r n , ^ ; Cezanne P a i n t i n g ·, Sells For $90,000 ! v.'rts ,,M/ n f l M"pa'innmiV -"hi"!, M i ; " n i - Flil -"I'-KI-H,,,,, ,,( n!!,- ' '" '- ' '^·'·' "" thf B-IP',- Tcr-; | l ' l i n i ; l : t n th,V) 30(1 m i l l i o n I "'' ·' «'·· - "" !ho |l M B , ,,,l I I K | » V f.., ^"·" M ''" f; '"r'I. Dr. In in. 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Kroger Bread, 20-oz. loaf 16C Frtih. l.ndir.iolt. Pork 4 Beans.. 2 !·*,' 29 Cimpbell'i Brind. Green Giant Pen. "r.? 1 19 Sizt lelKttd. Bw.oi, t«nd«r. Tomato Juki, 44-oz, cm 32f Llbby Brind. Fruit Cocktail, No. 1 cm 2k Kroger Brina. Htinz bfoup, 14-oz.bol. 29( A rtnl I.nil. (U»or. Ve$5 Beverages.. 2 ti£ t 25 All flavors. Norfhern Tissue.. 3 rolls 27c Tough, tolKn.d Iwict. -· j* t»*' i clean, pkg. Chuck Roast ^'i Plate Beef K ^E; Whiting Fish££ F Lunch Meat Frying Chicken Florida Oranges lb. 69c Piece Bacon lb. 37c Sliced Bacon 5c Pure Lard - -'^ Ib. 32c «;· Ib. 37c ^ rtrt Salami, Honey loaf Bar B-Q Pork, Spiced Luncheon Kroger's Finest farm-fresh Cut Up, Tray Pack Sweet, juicy 216 size Valencia's. 59 ib. 49 1 29 DOZ. Tomatoes Lar9c rcd Beets L ;- decp Homegrown slicing quality IDi fcVV bunchei ||JQ Bananas Strawberries Hom»flrown In Mirth*!!, Atk. LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE Calavos Nutty-rich delicious eoch in salads. Value priced, 10 All prices inthii adv. GUARANTEED through Sot., May 17. 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