The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on February 9, 1955 · Page 2
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CORPUS CHRISTI TIMES, Wed., Feb. 9,1955 Malenkov Destined To Lose Life in By WARREN ROGERS OR. tf - - , ., vvw ^r» N.««*1VJ:. WASHINGTON H*-Some Ameri- figurehead an f\tfifi$**]fr nrVtr% r*4i««3*i 4-l*n i *·».·..» can officials who study the-ways of the Kremlin believe that Gfeorgi Malenkov, who lost his job -yesterday, is destined also to lose his over. that the resigned Premier remains ernment .post. ·" These officials see it as-only a question of timc,until Malenkov is done away ~ with. This would be in the tradition of Joseph Stalin, whose way of doing things apparently is back in vogue in the Krem lin. . l The struggle for Stalin's mantle goes on Just tfie same', as American sources :-see it. They figure Nikita S. Khrushchev, the tough Ukrainian.Bolshevick, is -the No. 1 man in the JKremiin. Nikalai Bul- ganin, named to'succeed Malenov - Malenkov to purge police chief Layrenty P. Beria in June WIFE MAY HAVE SAVED GEORG1 By EKNIE HILL . ^Copyright; 1955, Chicago Daily News) LONDON, Feb. 9. -- The London Daily Sketch claims that Georgi M. Malenkov was saved from liquidation by his wife, Elena. The S k e t c h .claims that Elena, a former actress, is the sister of Russia's new tough boss, Nikita S. Khrushchev, first party secretary. Says the Sketch: . "Elena, it is thought, interceded with her brother to spare her husband's life." - The Daily Sketch, part of tha associated, newspaper organization controlled by Lord Rothermere, s t a t e s that Krushchev may yet have to place Malenkov on public trial and sKecute him if Malankov's closest friends give the new regime any trouble. GROUCHy GERTIE A, GERTIE SNAPPED AT HER FAMIUV...- because ehe felt headachy'and logy with constipation. Dad didn't open his mouth. But.,. DAD GAVE MOM,.. some sparkling Sal Hepnfcica,.; saying, '.'You'll feel tiptop by bedtime if you take it before supper. It's gentle/speedy!" LOOK HOW MOM 5MJLED on her way to bed ... just like you will If you take tpeedy, gentle Sal Hepatica next time you're constipated I Constipated? TW» ·pitting SAL HERftliCA' ·nd SMILE 3«fop» brwkfwt for relkf with- 5n about an hour. Or, ^ hour b*fcw» *upp«r tot jrriief tuuaUy by *"«*. Sw«rt«t» a «our «tom. uch. too. T»l» S«j and unil«i preniier, is regarded as a 1953, is conceded now to have the ·But this does not mean U.S. offi- consider the power struggle They expect Old Bolshevicks like Kaganovich to upper hand. Malenkov is expected to-disap^ pear politically and physically In the Stalin tradition. No repetition is expected of the bulldozing way in which Beria was liquidated. Stalin's way was more subtle; Hang a. wrap on him--in Malen- ov's case, it was confessed 'inexperience." leading to failure to aim to work at odd jobs until the heat cools^ Then ,erase him. That was the way Stalin got rid of a prime rival some 20 · years ago. . ; · · ·' . . He was Alexel I. Rykov, chairman of the Soviet Council of People's Commissars from 1924, when Lenin died and the struggle for his .mantle, began, until 1930. Deposed and · succeeded by Stalin, Rykov floated about until-March 1938. ·. . . · - , . Then he was executed--ironically, after being accused of sabotaging industry and agriculture. Rykov and a number of others similarly accused confessed guilt. One of thyn, the Bolshevicks' publications chief, Karl Rade, cried out at his trial that he was guilty of all counts against him plus anything else they-wanted to accuse him of. Perhaps touched by Rade's hu : prison term instead of r the firing squad. - . - . . . Thus do American officials'read MalenkovV future In his party's past. , Malenkov could escape, of course) if he could run away. That's what Leon Trotsky did until an assassin ended his life at his Mexico .City asylum.. But American officials think the chances of Malenkov's defection are nfl--too much party discipline and too many guards. cope with the farm problem. Put mor, Stalin spared him. He got a Missouri Okays Nudists JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Feb. 9. (AP)-- A Missouri House committee rejected by a 20-5 vote last night an effort to bar nudism and the nudists' uncensored publications in the state Pilot Dies as Jet Diyes 36,000 Ft. LA JOLLA, Calif., F«b, 9. A screaming jet plane carried its pUot, Lt. Kenneth A. Wade, 33. of Coronado, Calif., to death in a dive from 36,000 feet into an ocean shore canyon not far from residential districts yesterday. At least one housewife saw the Navy F9F2 Panther disintegrate before it struck in the 'canyon with an explosion that shook homes and'hotels in La Jolla's north section and buildings at the, University of California's Scripps Institution of Oceanography. The plane went into the dive at 36,000 feet, another pilot reported. 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