The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 16, 1958 · Page 5
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Khrushchev Blasts 'Antiparty' Group (At»)^Soviet Premier Nitki Khrushchev has httflad a bittir new attack at the Malenkor- MolttWv "inHparty group," blWfr ing It for major shortcomings in Soviet agriculture. KhniShOhtv'a new blast, made at * meeting Monday of the Soviet Com'munist party's Central Committee, came after a new press campaign against the five high officials Khrushchev toppled from power in the Kremlin shakeup in July 1987. Accounts Of the speech today in Tass, the Soviet news agency, gave no indication of whether further measures would be taken against the five men—ex-Premiers Georgl Malenkov and Nlcolai Bul- ganln, former Foreign Ministers V. M. Molotov and Dimitri Shep- ilov and former economic otar Shooting War to Rout Birds at Courthouse SEDALIA, Mo. (AP)-A shooting war was declared here after starlings and pigeons had virtually taken over the downtown section, especially around the courthouse. Police have been shooting the the birds two or three times a week, but didn't make any headway although more than 700 birds were killed at one time. The Sedalia Rod and Gun Club Joined the action Monday and in 45 minutes killed more than 200 birds. Club members plan a steady offensive until the birds are eliminated. 4 Youngsters Perish in Fire WASKOM, Tex. (AP) — Four children, from 22 months to 8 years old were burned to death Monday when fire destroyed their frame home. Neighbors were turned back by flames when they tried to enter the Negro family's home. Constable Tommy Coleman reported the children's mother Mrs. Ruby Lee Mack said she left the children alone while she went for firewood. Crime Pays; Youth Shows Net Profit SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — John Richard Gilmore, 19, paid a $15 fine for stealing nin« old tires valued by the owner at $18. But police figure Gilmore still made crime pay. He had peddled the tires for $137, officers said. Advertisement How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly !• Place Do your f »!»• Meth annoy md tm- terrui by "lipping, dropping or wob- bllnj when you eat. taugh or Ulkt Juit iprtnkle » Uttle PASTEKTH on your platei. Thl» alkaline (non-acid) powder bold* MM teeth mor» nrmly fcnd more comforubly. No gummy, - - - 7 taite or 1 eeUnf. Does not (dtnturt amviMiH/. »• • -•ay drug counts*. Laaar Kaganovich. AH kite town banished to obscure potU in the Soviet Union. Nor wai theft any mention of Oen. tvan Serot, who was w- tnovtd lilt week from hit key post as chief of state security, the Soviet Union's top police offldil. ieWi future has not been announced, but *o far he has not been linked with the antiparty group. ' Khrushchev qlalmed Malenkov, Molotov and their disgraced as- soeiatest 1. "Tried to stifle the patriotic movement for catching up with the United States in per oapita production of livestock product." 1 Opposed the virgin lands project, a pet Khrushchev scheme which he boasted had proved the key factor in bringing a record grain production of 140 million tons this'year. 3. Attempted to "revise the party's general Leninit lint on basic issues of the country's development." (In this he said they "failed ingloriously.") 4. "Stubbornly oppoeed for a number of years the realization of important measures in agriculture and thereby retarded the develop. ment of the Soviet economy." Deceived Party The group, he continued, was responsible for "the difficult situs- .tlon in agriculture that developed by 1853." He accused Malenkov of deceiving the party to cover up his failures; Khrushchev assailed Molotov for proposals that each region should be self-sufficient in potato production and for advocating an increase in state loans to the countryside. These measures, he declared, "led collective farms to ruin and affected the political sentiments of collective farmers." Ahead of U.S. Khrushchev boasted that despite the shortcomings in various fields of agriculture, the Soviet Union already is ahead of the United States in total production of wool, butter, milk and cotton. The committee meeting, which is continuing, is a preliminary to the meeting next week of the Soviet Parliament, the Supreme Soviet. It will meet to approve Khrushchev's new seven-year economic plan, an educational program that may include provision of more labor for farms and factories, and related programs. COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP). Odds were against James Smith, but police said he gave it a real game try before being arrested for possession of numbers slips. Smith tried to outrun Patrolman Patrick McSweeney of the vice squad, but lost the short sprint. Smith is W; Me Sweeney 17. AT SMITH'S Good It ! Sentenced to Smog*Pree Jail LOS ANQELES (AP) _ "Don't «, ' Duke ColHiH, § veteran of, many "J cdft't Bland the smog /' th* Judge, who had , Collins guilty of drunkenness, sentenced him to SO days in the city's smog-free Jail in the flan Fernando Valley. bright red or pitck black nylon velvet by LAZY-BONES <•f-tr.irM.off.4GH* WLo'J ever gucw fuck beautiful little »lioei could be 10 long-wearing, fo eaay to clean! And they're ...fainou* for wonderful fit! 8V442, 5.95. 12H-4, 6.95. SMITH SHOE CO. Qpta Nlghft Until Chrittme* Read Th» Claiitf tod Adi. SWAMP DIATH Tuesday, Dee. t«, 1958 AUSTIN (Minn.) HERAID-5 7 Men Killed in Plane Crash Pdisporfi fo Cfty, Voting Propaganda SMUPttFlBLD, ft. !., (AP)--Seven men, including five executives of a New Jersey concern, were killed Monday when their company-owned plane crashed In a swamp during a snowstorm. the pilot, copilot and five executives of the Johnson ft Johnson Co, of New Brunswick, N. J., were et» route from Linden, N. J., to Boston. 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