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May 27, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Column 87 HAL BOYLE New York-(/P)-It is hard to be j of Europe feel » bit like catspaws hopeful about the future of j before the vast power of Soviet ' . Europe'? venturesome six-nation irmy. ' The diplomats hail thM as a great striped-pants victory, but it is not in the bag as yet, and it remains to be seen whether the all- European army ever will march up a hill and down. Even after the diplomats okay the creation of this strange hydra- Russia. They have, two fears--fear of a resurgent Germany, fear of the Russian bear. Even with Britain and America saying, "Don't worry, we'll back you," they would rather both countries came in as full partners, committed to mutual security to their last man, pound, and dollar. headed military creature, the par- Many professional military men liaments back home have to vote | will view the proposed united the men and money to make it a j European army with misgiving, reality. Until they do so this effort until both Britain and the U. S. to restore stability in Europe must com e into it all the way. be catalogued only in the realm So far they have pledged troops of verbal good will. There are some basic facts that make it doubtful it will ever be a successful army. General Eisenhower has thrown the tremendous weight of his personality behind the project after first deciding it wouldn't work. Most Americans can't even name the six nations who will contribute men to this million-man force. They are France, West Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Significantly, the French are scared to death of the West Germans, who are supposed to contribute 400,000 men, and the West Germans are reluctant as the devil to be committed to this effort he- cause they really want to see-saw between the U.S. and Russia until they can again unite all Germans under one flag and one government. For political reasons at home no major statesman in either Britain or the U.S has come out boldly in to it -- but they really haven't joined the army. And any army must be a unit to be a real mili- [ tary force. There is only one"real international army in existence now -- it is fighting under the U. N. flag in Korea. Declares Paper Forced Edward To Quit Throne London -(/P)- Lord Beaverbronk told Britisn Sunday night that the Duke of Windsor never really wanted to give up his throne-- he threatened it only as a bluff to obtain approval for his marriage to American-born, twice-divorced Wallis Simpson. But Beaverbrook, publisher of the powerful -Daily Express, said the former King Edward V1I1 had tack. His condition is reported to be improved. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McNiere and son, Jimmy, of Clinton,, are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Beddingfield. Mrs. McNiece is Ihe former Virginia Beddingfield. : Mrs. Ethel Starnes visited her grandson, James Starnes, in a ' Fayetteville hospital S u n d ay. James received a broken arm while operating a tractor on his father's farm Saturday. He is the younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starnes of Buckeye. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fehr of Los Angeles, Calif., are expected for a short visit in the home of Mrs. Fehr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Johnson, in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hatfield of j ^ Fayetteville were guests of t.heir " son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hatfield, Sunday. Guests of Mrs. Stella E. Mason Sunday afternoon were Mr. and MOtTHWKT ARKANSAS TIMU. Wettevfillo. Arkentw. T«esd«y, Msty 17, Social Security For Ministers Is Proposed Presbyterians In General Assembly Vote For Program N.IW York - (IP) - The Presbyterian Church in Ihe U.S.A., one of the mition's big Protestant denominations, has called on Con- gress In extend social security benefits tn ministers who wont it.! The nctinn, taken yesterday l;y the 164th anmuil Genera! Assem- t t v of the church, came in the midst of widespread cleb;;ic with- i in many churches on the issue. n.innlrt L. Hihliarrl uf Philnrlcl- lihla. vice president uf t h e PrrMi.v- Icrians' Pension Bnnid. said he knew nf no other major denomination which had yet t.-iken such a stand. The assembly, representing 2 ' 2 million church member;:, apnrnv- i ed the move by voice vote. There : was some volume of "no's." Opnosins the move, Robert Gordon of Milford, Mich., said: "Anv- j thing connected with the govern- [ mem is political, and don't kid yourself. I want our ministers tn stand alone, w i t h allegiance to no one but Gnd." The Rev. Harold E. Nicely, Rochester. N. Y.. maintained t h a t the djlestinn of social security in- fiuranff. on n voluntary basis, presented no issue concerning "compromise nf religious freedom." "I nm r.s Jealous us any one else of the freedom and Ihe inleK- riiy of the church," he declared. The Presbytery of ftuchestir, in proposing the apprril, aid church penyion benefits wcie "sadly in- .-ideqi:»te." II .vaul n "rejects the i n t i r m i t i n n " t h a t .-.ucial sociiritv cnver;i r would ' compromise the principle nt senaialion of church and v!;iip " The assembly alsn moved In restore a church requirement (hat its minister.*, do not remarry n di- vcircert person u n t i l n year has elapsed from the divorce. A committee wan namrd to draw up a proposal for restoring the requirement, In some form, but an i official pointed nut any new provisions could not become church law u n t i l alter local presbyteries act on it in the ensuing year. I Horace Useiboe. pitching for i t h c Philadelphia A's a u n i n f t th» White Sox in 1936, allowed the Chicago team a total nf 2B hits. Delaware Park race track is the I nnly major mile ovnl in the conn- · : try w i t h the front and back i stretches each 100 feet wide. ! Keep ·* vita ste ·dp TIMB.H KidneySlow-Dow! May Bring*' Restless Nights 1 funrtlnti flmri tnwi. ««ar f nirriitf tMekich*, It***. Bud, West been forced to make good on his threat after the editor of tlie Lon- see how a n real European army can be weld- ! d ed without making both British empire and American troops an integral part of that army." They are in it, of course, as separate entities, by virtue of their membership in NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. has been publishing of itself. Guests in the home of Mr. and . . But this half-partnership by two j Mrs - J °hn R. Johnson on Tuesday world powers, Britain and Amcri- | were Mrs. Johnson's nieces, and ca makes the smaller six nations | their husbands. Mr. and Mrs. Cari DOUBLE EEN STAMPS Giren Wed., Thiirs., Fri., Sot., Moy 28, 29, 30, 31 18 E. CENTER Look For lh« N.mt On Ihe Green Front. Dobriner of Holliman Air Force Base, N. M., and Mr. and Mrs Robert Trent of Artesia, N. M. Mrs. Dobriner and Mrs. Trenl are daughters of Mrs. Ora Salyer, who died at the home of another daughter, Mrs. Albert Gregory, in Mountainburg last week. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Eddy of Los Angeles, Calif., are visiting Mrs. Eddy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dock Perry at Hartwell. The Rev. and Mrs. Amos Howard of Springdale were Sunday guests of Mrs. Howard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hawkins. Mrs. Cener Drake, Mrs. Gertie ^openny, Mrs. Julia Vaughan and Mrs. Ida Culwell attended memorial services at Buckeye Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Miller and sons of Taye'teville were guests of Mrs. Miller's aunt, Mrs. Ethel Starnes, Saturday night. The Rev. A. L. Leake, mission- airy of the Washington-Madison baptist Association, held services the Baptist Church Sunday morning and evening. The pastor, he Rev. Charles Day, was at- ending graduation exercises at j Baptist University in Shawnee, Okla., where lie com- leted his work at mid-term. Mrs. Leake had charge of the song ervice. Mr. Day will have charge f the regular services each Sun- ay after May 25. W. Conner Mayfield was return- d to the hospital at Fayetteville his week following a heart at- Mrs. Hurl Carter and son, and Floyd Cantrell, all of Fork. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Evans and son of Cherokee, Okla., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tan Davis. Court Upholds Movies' Freedom Of Expression Washington-f^Pj-Motion pictures are entitled to the liberty of expression contained in the Constitution's free speech and free press guaranty, the Supreme Court said yesterday. Reversing a 1915 decision to the contrary, the court went further and said a state may not ban a film on a censor's finding that it is sacrilegious. Unanimously the court said New York slate went Joo for in banning as sacrilegious an Italian film entitled "The Miracle." It was produced by Roberto Rossclini. husband^of Actress Ingrid Bergman. Catholic Sessions Open In Barcelona, Spain Barcelona, Spain-(/P) - Purple- robed cardinals, archbishops in violet and pilgrims from all over the world gathered in this ancient city to pray for peace at the opening today of the 35th International Catholic Eucharistic Congress. The congress--first in 14 years --was to open officially w i t h the arrival this afternoon of Pope Pius' representative, Federico Cardinal Tedeschini. Already a half lion visiting faithful jammed Barcelona. Keep ·* win Ike lime*--read llw TIMKS d»UT. EVERYTHING M nUMBINO and SUPPIIH FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVBINMENT AVI. % GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 63c Holland Bret. 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