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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 23, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 4 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Monday morning december 28.1957 pub lived Tatj printing comply so. The Flo Toce morning dirt a to muted errors in in of in Cut Tatj u clip matter at the of Bee at Noreace. 6.c., wider u Mirci 2 us. Member tit Tea. Audit bum of chix Launiu and Suthern new Mpr pub Sheri Alec lathe. Joe Amelm put k of nuked Eide Ticejr to tie me lot a Burtlon of til local oni or lated to iwo Inillar All Uirl Eri Are in trick Ald the Florence moral Newt will not b i payment a Blesi made at the office of Flo react uni Nam Newt. Eatty i Hemati i a take 1 City delivery .40 by mail p. O. Box Section Florence.40 1.75 10.40 s0.80 in Carrier delivery j5 1.55 4.55 ism v mail elsewhere j5 1.55. 4.55 8.10 1i.k Kates for subscription on Rural sunday by Carrier and Days by mail it same As by mail in Rural area. So a cd cod v by the Rev. D. W. Cusack pastor Raki Rule i Ebenezer Baptist Church Florence our father we thank thee for being a god that is an Active agent in our lives. Help us to see that you Are not our god unless our lives Are controlled by you to produce the High Quality of service that we see in our master Jesus. Amen. Haw Alliance still stands As fortress against attack the nato Summit conference has ended with leaders of the free As determined As Ever to stand guard against the threat from the Kremlin. This Alliance of nations has been ended by disagreements among its members. Even though the communist threat is greater than Ever nato has been rather Low in determination. Yet it stands As a fortress against the evil from the East. The West cannot allow itself to forget that the Power of by the re solve of its member the main deterrent to aggression. The Kremlin Boss Khrushchev indicates that in his intemperate warn Ings to the nato nations. He warns Britain for instance that she will be devastated if by some error in order an Allied weapon wends its Way to Ward Russia. He reveals plainly the Kremlin s fear of destructive weapons based within Range of Moscow. President Eisenhower and America won an important Point in the nato agreement for pooling nuclear re sources and for the maintenance of missile bases in Britain. Nato North Atlantic treaty organization is an agreement by 15 nations to treat an attack from any source against any one of them As an attack against All. Free Europe was woefully weak in 1949 when the Alli Ance was formed. The commitment from powerful America helped to bolster their de lenses and their morale faced As they were by the enormous strength of the eed army. It has made them the Force for peace which they Are today. Nato is stronger than it was in 1949. But so is Russia. Whole Power situation has changed. You can t face the missile danger today with the defensive weapons of a decade ago. So the concept of nato had to be changed to meet the new Chal Lenge. Let s Hope that will be the result of the Summit the Spartanburg Herald. Industry s encroachment on farms in addition to its perennial prob Lem of Low prices and rising costs a new fact of farm life facing Many areas of the country is the shrinking farm population due to the encroach ment of Industry. As More Industry moves in new pressures build up. On the one hand the traditional Farmer domination of state Legisla Ture is threatened As the demand for reapportionment grows to give greater representation to the newly concentrated Industrial population. On the other Farmers Are being forced to take part time factory jobs As family Type farms no longer support farm families. The result is a rising animosity on the part of Farmers against labor. Some of this is due to the wide spread belief that unwarranted wage demands by labor Are a major cause of rising costs of farm machinery needed for More efficient operation As Well As for the Rise in the Cost of living. Even More acutely is the resentment Felt by Farmers when they take part time factory work and find they must join some Union to hold a Job. They Don t urge legislation to Stop factory workers from part time farming As More and More of them Are doing and adding to the farm surplus can t see Why they should be stopped from factory work unless they join unions. These Are some of the currents expressed at the four Day annual meet ing of fit american farm Bureau federation the nation s largest farm organization. It resulted in the Pas Sage of a Resolution f adoring a nation Al Law As a requisite for employment. To the Farmer caught in the Cost Price squeeze the free right to work is essential. David Lawrence we Are pleased to add David Lawrence editor of u. S. News and world report to our list of regular writers on this Page. Or. Lawrence is one of America s most gifted and distinguished editors. He has won for himself a warm place in the South by his sane and sensible approach to the South s problems. Peace must be won Over and Over the United nations general As Sembly representing eighty two nations of the world hns become the voice of their people s conscience. In response to the Groat yearning for peace the twelfth session ended with a Resolution unanimously passed Call ing for renewed efforts for peace and cooperation among the member states. There was no crisis to disturb the peace such As the and Hungary which flamed up near the close of last year s session. The sputnik As ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge the chief american Delegate called the soviet offensive after launching its two Earth satellites had lost some of its Power. It was not enough to per Suade the United states that the time had come for the peaceful co exist ence by which Moscow Means to Waco Tex Tribune freeze the status quo while it pre pares for new aggressions. From the american View the twelfth Assembly debunked the War scare Over Syria extended economic Aid to underdeveloped countries to help them offset communist Blair dish ments reduced United states share of the expense of the world organization from 33 1-3 to 30 per cent and overwhelmingly endorsed the american thesis of rigid controls for nuclear disarmament. However the substantial Majori ties which the United states commanded have been whittled Down. The Rise of asian african nationalism and the fear of soviet scientific achieve ment have reduced the number of our friends and confused our allies. Peace must be won Over and Over again. And an uncomplicated Yule to you if we can remember during the Petty thief season. Hide the bundles around by Jingo. Everything we re supposed to remember As Christmas approaches we re going to advertise our memory As the answer to the electronic brain. Lot s see is it just 14 shopping Days until dec. 25? or do you count the evening store hours As an extra half Day and did we fireproof the Ricc did we Sond dial chock for the souls did we buy an extra set of cur keys so when Mii Inu pc is c mtg fill Mill locks tin1 i Rydij ill tin. Ill it a it it it Lieut calling the Ina Aivil Dill

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