The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1949 · Page 2
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PAG* TWO OOUR1O THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 194f Reds May Recall Occupation Army U. S. Diplomats Study Possibility Russia M*y Leave Germany By'John M. Hifflitower WASHINGTON, Nov. 10. OF) — American diplomats, are studying seriously , the- possibility that Russia may be preparing the way (or withdrawal of Its occupation for from Eastern' Germany. Stale Department officials have long believed (he Soviet would make such a move' when they could realign their military position In Eastern Europe so as to suffer no real los; of power. They may now have moved to accomplish this, in the opinion of iv ponsible officials here, through the appointment of Marshal Kon- staiuin Rokossovsky'ns minister of defense in Poland. The Warsaw.government's public explanation Is that the Soviet officer is a Pole by birth—thmifth V"* IIR.S iufc-nt 'most of hts life in the service of Russia—and that Poland sought.his services. This is scoffed at by the State Department. Called ."Proconsul" . A department press officer in fact described Rok'ossovsky as a "proconsul," thereby branding him as being', in the American, view,, the Kremlin's - new boss in EI satellite state. Officials are, looking for explanation of the 'extraordinary rncvc in the policies and strategy of the Kremlin Hself. Several possibilities are being studied. They are not considered contiadlctory. The Rokossovsky appointment, officials say. may be designed to serve more than one purpose. The outstanding possibilities listed are: ; 1. As a step toward building new popular support in Germany, the Soviets "may be planning on withdrawing troops from Eastern Germany, Russia would still have powerful military positions far west of her own frontiers. 2. They may be planning changes in the present German-Polish boundary to return to Germany .some of the territory which has been under Polish control since the end of the war. Tn this connection, Rokossovsky's Job would be to hold down » restive Polls!) nation which has come to regard all that territory as its own despite the fact that It is still subject to final disposition in a German peace treaty. - N«w Pattern Sttn , 3.'The new, pattern of, Russian power In Poland may be designed for general application to thtt'Kast- ern European Communist countries, State Department -experts said It would permit the Soviets to dictate th« -policies of /these countries in an absolute way..w!thout their ac. tually being 'annc/ed..,, . During the past,two years, Rtis- E!R'S hand has been forced, with respect to .its European policies by three major events.. These iare the ' success ';ot the European Recovery Program and the decline of Communist influence in the West, the HEADS AAA-I-ou & Holland, of Knrisas City. Mo., above, prommenl businessman 'and civic leader, is the new president of the American Automobile Association He was elected at the. AAA's -nth annual meeting in Cleveland. Holland is a former president of the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce and has been senior vice president of the AAA for the past two years. Potato feed Fails To Fatten U.S. Fowfs DAVIS, Calif- —Iff't— Exeperi- ments here have dashed hopes that surplus potatoes can be used to fatten the large western turkey and chicken crops. Potatoes, both raw and dried, have been fed to gobblers am! cacklers in extended experiments .at the University of California College of Agriculture here. But the birds don't respond, reports poultry expert Frank Kralzer. The trials were based on a tip from Europe, where potatoes are sometimes fed to chickens. * Numbers Slips Slip As Evidence in Trial WASHINGTON —<rfV- Detectives in a cruiser car saw a fcno numbers operator on the sidewalk with a : paper bag in his hand. They told him to "come over here' and asked what he had in the bag. "You know what I got," he man replied. "I got numbers slips." 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