Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 4, 1970 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 4, 1970
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300 in Labor Camps, Mental Institutions' Kremlin Muzzles Dissidents; Deaf Ear to Soviet Free-thinkers By LEON DENNEN j *'{N6A Foreign News Analyst) i ... NEW YORK - The Kremlin's top man, Leonid Brezhnev, urgently needs to put his house i iii order to cope with the grow-: .j$g assertiveness of Russia's 1 dissidents who are stepping up: tHeir quest for "socialism with | & human face." ! ...This the Soviet leaders are| iww attempting to do by muz- j jzllng men like Aleksandr Sol- \ ,^henitsyn, who won the 1970 No-1 bel Prize for Literature, and other dissident writers, scientists and Red army officers. One of the more significant facts to emerge from a study of Russia's underground press is the support given by officers of the armed forces to Solzhenitsyn's campaign against re-Sfalinization. Two high ranking officers — former Gen. Grigorenko and Col. Altunian — now languish in mental institutions because they dared advocate civil rights in Russia. A third. Gennadi Gavrilov of the Baltic fleet, recently was executed in the So- j viet Republic of Estonia. Gavrilov was charged with j belonging to a group of officers j who organized a secret movement known as "Democrats oft Russia, the Ukraine and Baltic states." A copy of the movement's 6 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1970 program that reached the West calls for the restoration ol democracy in Russia, self-determination for Ukrainians, Jews, Baits, Tartars and other nationalities that comprise the Soviet Union — and friendship with the United States. Belatedly, Brezhnev even unveiled a marble bust of Stalin at his grave. It is the Kremlin's latest and most symbolic step to rehabilitate the terrorist rule of the dictator who died 17 years ago. But can Brezhnev turn back the clock of history? There is evidence that many Russians, including members of the Communist elite, question the value of Marxist-Leninist rigidity in modem technological society. According to the "Chronicle of Current Events," Russia's popular underground newspaper, some 300 dissidents are imprisoned in forced labor camps ruled by the KGB, the K r e m I i n's secret police. Scores are jailed in mental institutions. In a letter of protest to the Kremlin, Solzhenitsyn had the courage to condemn the practice of "incarcerating freethinking and healthy people in madhouses." He called it "spiritual murder" and a "variant of Hitler's gas chambers." In awarding him the Nobel Prize, the Swedish Academy praised Solzhenitsyn for "the ethical force with which he has pursued the indispensable tradition" of Tolstoy, Dostoyevsky, Boris Pasternak and other great Russian writers. His literary masterpieces like "The First Circle" and "The Cancer Ward" which realistically depict life under Stalin's terror are baned in his homeland. But the ailing 52-year-old Sol zhenitsyn. though hounded by the Kremlin's literary bureaucrats, is not a prophet without honor in his country. Typewritten copies of his novels are read secretly by young Russians who venerate Soizhenitsyn as another Tolstoy - "the only living classic in Russia." ^^Mi•^^^""* t ""* Massachusetts' Patriot's Day, observed April 19, commemorates the Battle of Lexington. SAVING MONEY IS EASY AT IAREWAY 6 DAYS A WEEK PORK LO.N SALE Whole or Full Rib Half FAREWAY BLUE BONNET OLEO 95 Sunday is for \vorship and family, rest and relaxation. Our folks work hard and deserve this day. We will not take Sunday away from them. Aside from the religious aspect, Sunday opening, save essential services, just doesn't make sense. Isn't seventy- two hours of business activity enough for one week? We feel that six days of twelve hours is enough. We are grateful to our many friends and competitors who feel as we do about closing on Sunday. So, to those others who feel that they need the alleged advantage of Sunday opening, we yield to them this co-called advantage. Your Fareway will not be open on Sunday. But on Monday, we'll be open, bright-eyed, rested, anxious to serve you, desireous of your good will, and grateful for your patronage. PORK LOIN CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS. COUNTRY STYLE CAC PORK J'lTib. RIBS.... FAMILY STYLE PORK CHOPS . 49 C Ib SAVE HERE Grade A Fresh Border* Homogenized MILK !/2 Gal. Crns. GOV. GRADE A FRYERS Whole CRISP RITE BACON 49 C Lb. BULK SAUSAGE 49 C Lb. Nor best Gov. Grade A TURKEYS 14 to 16 Lbs. 39 c Lb. BOONE RIVER FINE MEATS Summer Sausage . . . 89 C Ib Braunschweigcr .... Large Bologna 59". FILL YOUR FREEZER USDA CHOICE BEEF 47 QUARTERS QUARTERS Ib C Ib C Ib 49 CLOSED SUNDAY Price Includes Cutting fir Freezing WIENERS WIENERS nt-simo FLOUR Ail PURPOSE Kobin Hood Flour ., i with this coupon *> r; ID- ( 2jbag( wn $1.89 WITHOUT COUPON This Coupon Good Through Nov. 10, 1970 Good Only at Fareway (CODE) Sugar 10 Lbs. FAREWAY 98 With $5.00 Order 12 Pac Cans Western Wonder Frozen MUSSELMAN APPLE-SAUCE TOMATO BILLY BOY Preserves Boysenberry - Raspberry Strawberry 2-lb. Jars 49 c HUNT'S ^ Grimes Beans Chili Nov V Your Northern Choic. Catsup 3 20-oz. Bottles 98" Reg. Pkgs. *p Bake Your Own •••••^••MBBMMMI NESTLE'S CHOCOLATE Q 2-lb. Con • ~^^ • aim 69' FRESH PRODUCE Ocean Spray Crisp Red Lb. Bag Grapefruit JUICE Oranges Dozen Schilling Pure Black Pepper 4-o«. Can 39c STORE HOURS 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. No Sundays Friday Nites to 9 : 30 P.M. FAREWAY BRACK'S ASST. Chocolates 66 Prices Good Till Tuesday Night, Nov. 10 nE 'J9 m SU m .* m « •us ''•& I i '^ w rf

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