The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 17, 1934 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1934 BLYTHEV1LLE, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS f AGB FUR EOT Winning of American Wesl Is Being Duplicated in Far Siberia ' Scene of Russia's Huge Colonization Program linns' ever hope lo have In Ihc FUL' Hu&U ulso know Unit "to rely solely on llie military lo defend licr Interests oiil hero would bo ,lal. She tried thnl in 1901-5 In i'r war with Japan and received a! licking for her pains. Kaslcrn Siberia is loo lur away from European Hussln —It is ^W) mile*—for :iti iiniiy lo bi 1 MNTCSS- (nlly rationed mill iniinuloiu'd vlu 11 .simile railway. FanHws Old R«e Wins New Hontn LONDON IUP>—AlllioiiKh It Ls 170 yenrs old this summer, llio fnm- ous yellow rose, - Mnrcclial NU.-1, .swept nil ollwr roses off (!«• boaids '.»l Hie Spring Sliow of llw National liosn Society of Knyjiiuul. j A plum umlnlnhiK 12 blooms got, first prlzu.for that clu*,.»nd a single rose on ttuttxith got'first prize (or being "the nxxt perfect lose" In tire show. • .L Ls a gorgeous, ctvow," remarked one of UK judges, "with m»ny interesting features, but somehow DOIW of llKm can touch this veteran row in sl», perfection of form, color ond sweetneis of per- 'funw." This is tin- lirsl uf :i scries nf si* i.lorirs on Siberia, (he new Kl- ilm-ado of the Soviet Union, now | hi-iji K c\|:Iu]U-d on a vast scale. An and timt'ly scries, U' >|LIJMS how Russia is iluiilirufillK • the great mnvemenl of America's 1 "ivimiintf of Ihe Mfsl" in the So- j vicl "winning of tlie east." This is tlie fourth scries written for tlie { Courier News and other NKA! nnvijiajicrs by William rliili|) Siniius on his present world tour. KY WILLIAM I'llll.ll" SIMMS (Copyright, 1934. NEA Soivice, Int.-.) [ VLADIVOSTOK.—One of Ihe: inosl crucial liuman migralions in ! hi.slory. and certainly Ihe most imiwrtani of our time. Ls in full swini! in Russia's Far East. America's ejxxjlial "winnine; of HIP West" is being duplicated today by tlie Soviet Union's "winninK of the East," but on a far more Graixilo.sc it-ale ami wiili far more al slake. Hacked by all me resources t\l .Moscow's command. Russians by i the thousands are Hocking to Si-! ; ucria. There, ihcy are colonizing' masters of the Kremlin arc busi- c.ssary en ihe land and crcatlni; new in- • ! " '""I intensively doing. Ichuria (lusirial centers, in n ficsporale; Already they have spent on this Ulls Vast exlcnl of Siberia, to which the greatest planned migration 4.830,000 miles of territory, an area far greater than lliat of sources. Virtually every kind of minertil Ls fciind there, with lands within ius borders. In addition, its fisheries and fur in world history Is taking place, Is indicated by Oils map. In Its Europe or the United Slates, Kre conUiined Incalculable natural re- mil lions of acres of valuable limtcr and urcal slretches ol rich fnrmlnj trade are expected lo yield millions of dollars mirier ihc nev, Sovlrt plnn ol Hoprt l.lr In CuloiililiiK Tlie alleiiuilive was to -senlc" Slberln and inuke ll able. Industrially nnd nsriciiHurally. to sup. port an adequate army in 111" Held without miy snppoil Iroin Moscow oilier Ilitui financial. For 3000 ycur.s Asia lus Ivm iM'epl uy one human whirlwind after DiioUitr. Romcllmcs ihcy naw eome frotn Ihe liisl, soiuc- llmes from llie Wesl. An Alexander llie Greul would sweep lo- w«r<! Ihe 1'iiclne, Ihen a CienKhls Khan would swirl buck ;i(;ulns.l be .strongholds of FCuro^K 1 . Today, oul here, Uvo h u in a n whirlwinds are oil Ihr move HI UK same time, bin apparently in opposite directions. Russia its and Jiipiinese are both on the innich and Ihc oul- conic Is nol only vllnl lo Ihe Iwo lyidons chiefly conccvnrd und to Ine billion people of Asm. bin to the world. HARDWARE-SALE exploitation. In ius "winning of the East." llie Moscow government also is planning great Industrial projects for tills only n place of terror and exile under Ilii'czsrs. out* 7-m. Cotton Hoes 49c Each $5.79 D*i 8-in. Cotlm Hoes 53c Each 6.29 D«z 6-Ln. Hies lOc 3 for 2Sc .89 Doi 8-in. Files 13c 2 for 2Sc 1.24 Doz 01)It FIRST 1'UICK IS OUR BEST l»RI€E NEXT: A formrr which Ruwia halls dorado. Ulltl ncad Courier News Want Hardware is Iim high and will und must comedown. (Our fitstoinurs rumc first anil most be pkased.) lurke Hardware Co. "The One 1'rice Store" innrc than regimes put did all toeelhe Ihc oliort lo hold this area against region feared encroachment on the part t czanst. of Oriental imperialists. I ... InHcail of animating in llui «"li'«is to lit Spent •wcrcrt wagons- of our ancciti.rs. i One third the total oullay-and the Muscovite setllers are com-;'' » P '» ""' illU > billiuns ol dollare ins to Ihe Far Hast, in Ihird and - lo bc expended on the Second lomlh class trains and ill box cars ^' c Yc »r Plan, will go lo Ihe up- of llu- continental "40 and 8" va-; building of aibena. liely .<n well known to American Thiiiy-tcvcn \xc ccnl of llie tnrioiiphlioys: In the World War. Inl t-apital investmcnl in heavy »ny after day I have watched industry; 49 per cent in coal min- tl'.esc trains pull by. the first time lint;: -11 per cent in the iron and in modern liistory lhat a great.;steel industry: VI per cent in llie planned migration of people 1 lias'non-ferrous melal industry: 27 jicr flowed from V/rsi to Ensi. For,cent in llie inachinc-bulldiiiE in- onec the li-adilional trend has dustry: and 34 per ceul in tlie been reversed. [chemical industry will be si>cnl in j I Asiatic Russia . I Truups Folhuv Pioneers I On the initiative ol Uig Boss , In this 1834 version of "covereri : Jofef Stalin himself, taxes, or I wagons.' 1 the convoys seem to nl- , "slate collections." eilher have ] trrnaie. Hrsl a train of pioneer been ellmlnnlct) or greatly ra- I retllers— men. women, and chil-' diu-cd as a form of subsidy for (lien, burdened .wilh all conceiv- the Far Easlern and Siberian set- able kinds of |>ersonal and lionsc- tiers lor ti period ol from five lo hnlci r-Ifects—tiirn a Irnin jammed ] ten years. with troops with full equipment, i Fishing is onc nf the chief oc- l.'Oiri field gnus and airplanes to cupnltcns of the people of eastern v.nr-timc son;) kitchens. Siberia. By the Stalin decree, tire lint then this Ls no ordinary price .of fish deliveries to the slate micnilion. It is tlie resitll of two :--(lie only purchaser—has been ar- rinsliing civilizations. Occidental bitrarily and materially boosted. :>ml Oriental. Japan is oircnly bid- ! Another form of subsidy, dinfr lor domination of the Far! ... E:isl. and Russia now quite -rhfi-'.Wanes Are. Boosted nileiy realizes thai she can not! Wages paid to both military and I maintain her foolhold on tho Pa-'civil workers out here have l>ecn j cine by avms alone. j raised from 20 to 50 per cent, and Her one hope is lo colonize— j other inducements as to special! to "settle" thai region with l)er i privileges, housing, vacalions, and Ohii nationals. Ito on are offered. a-hen Japan seized Man-' region of the Amur and llie Marl- , expansion in Asia. She would and Jchc; and followed^hue Province frontier. jhave lo look sharp if .she did not | by a policy of sending oul.j u y Russia Uns was taken to want to lose her outlet on Ihe Pa-i brigades of nrmcd „„,„„ H K ^..innink' ol Japanese! cine and whnlevcr !ni;nence she sellle •'•- " " ' periodically, brigades of n-terves to settle Ihc newly quired ten ilory— particularly o^mcan llie NON-SKID Sl'OT I'A I) TRUSSES The Perfect Rupture Holders! SEK OUK FITTER NOW Consultation and Advice Free. We have a special type for yon rupture! Robinson Druji Co., Inc. Railroad & Main St. Thai is precisely what the was made highly ncc- Don't Forget Caudill's Agency General Insurance Phone 137 Ki" ~*jji£\ | TV.'<..-jTTT-rrrT- 1 Sec the New- Palm Ikach White Turn on the air 1^0 problem at all to luni on llie steam lical in winter— No problem at all to turn on tlic air in summer—, You simply slip mlo one of our new open weave Palm Beach Suits and llie air walks right thru lo cool your skin. We're showing the nev/ Palm Beach crashy weaves, and a host of- other sensations in .this fash- ionable summer fabric. NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. ILL HAVE ! You'll hear Joicns of surfi crchnutions of surpri.ie nnd plwsure as women gJthtr 'round our txhjbit of the NESCO 9-Pi«x GaroVn Gul Kitchcp. Set. Come in Mid eiamine every one of thfie beautiful practical, long-i.-«r;ng tids to kitditn efficiency: tlie Drop Door Bread Bo* with SWf— 4 Pi« Pantry Stt-Cake Cortr ind Board Set— Salt and Pepper Set— Match Box. And NOTE THE PRICE! 9 .-Wece Kitchen Set GARDEN GIRL DESIGN VALUE only during NATION-WIDE NESCO WEEK with eacK purchase of a N BSCO Kerosene Stove or Range. Out supply is limited—so COME IN /fT ONCE FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION of lilt Gurdcn GiH Kitchen lijuip- mcnt and the New 1954 Model NESCO Kcroiene Stoves «nd Ranges. Original color *c c rxll ci» new impfOv«TrCn t miw ilii* offer—COM to « TV NESOO Rc^-.! ) • iKv .i-J13»WB«I t f not k tr««i< r«net b NESCO Cooking Demonstration By Factory Representative FRIDAY -• SATURDAY May 18t hand 19th We extend a most cordial invitation to the women of this community to sec the Ncsco stove in actual operation. HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. XGCO. Blythcvillv, Ark. 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