The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 13, 1953 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 13, 1953
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MONDAY, JULY 13, 1953 BLYTHEVTT.T.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Despite Beria Purge and Peace Moves . . . Destruction of West Still Reds' Goal By KICHARI) VIENNA (Al : O'UEGAN — Four wcek- "When the time is ripf. Russia can and will throw it all overboard and the West had better watcii out." vinced Western experts here! Meanwhile, those expert* said. that Lavreilty Beria's down-1 these developments show there will end (levelopcments have con- fall means no change in the major outlines of Soviet policy. The Reds, tliev say, will keep up their present "soft" approach to the enslaved satellite.'; and the West, but their long-ranse aim still is to weaken and then destroy the West. Vienna diplomats, described by recent visitor Adlai Stevenson as some, of the best informed experts outside Russia, said Beria's arrest is important, but that it is only one move in a inr more significant and dangerous Kremlin same. '"The new Russian rulers are still out to win the world," said one high-ranking Western observer. "The soft look is a temporary look to deceive two groups of people— the Western Powers and the enslaved masses of communism. Beria's arrest is part of this plan. be no change in the policy of trying to win friends by niceness: 1. Htmiary's Communist leader, former Premier Matyas Rakosi, announced Saturday night that there is to be no let-up in the new velvet glove policy toward Hungarian workers. Charges "Obstruction" 2 Moscow's Communist party newspaper Pvnvda declared that Beria had obstructed agricultural plans designed to improve the food situation and had failed to remedy legal injustices. 3. The Soviets ended martial law in East Berlin. •1. Communist Bulgaria agreed with Yugoslavia to set up a mixed commission to investigate border incidents. All of these developments occurred after announcement of Beria's arrest. Between the time Rice Good, But Crops Bel Cotton, Other Average LITTLE ROCK iW Arkansas is expected to make great "strides in the rice and wheat, crops this year, but sluivps nre forecast in corn, soybeans, cotton, apples and grape production. The State-Federal Crop Reporting Service estimated yesterday in Us July forecast that the 1953 rice crop acreage would increase 3(i,000 acres oyer 1952's crop. Production per acre \vill be down, however, the agency said. Total production is estimated at 9,678,000 hundred-p o u n d bags—a per acre yield of 1,975 pounds from 490,000 acres. Last year Arkansas produced 9,420.000 bass with a per acre yield of 2,075 pounds. New Land Miles, agriculture statistician, attributed the increase to QUEEN'S FRENCH TOAST' —Petty OfTicci- B;ikei^ of ihc Third Queen's Own Hussar Band, calls the tune as he marks time with Joy Rogers, dancer, at Mention, near Paris. .Toy danced, and Petty Ofik'er Baker conducted the music for the coro.nation party given by the British colony at Mcudon, in honor of Queen Elizabeth II, new rice area development, a brisk demand and last year's good price. Wheat led the small grains acreage increase, with 75,000 acres harvested this Spring, compared to 22,000 a year ago. Some 1,425000 bushels of wheat were ha vested, with an average yield of 19 bushels an acre. In 1952, Arkansas' Oats also increased, from 3,998.- ooo bushels on 123,000 acres in 193,000 acres this year, with a per acre yield of 18 bushels, wheat crop totaled 396.000 bushels 1952 to 6,369.000^ bushels from Hay acreage climbed from 1,003.000 acres last yenr to 1,081,000 this year \vith the weight total increasing to 863,000 tons from 775,000 Ions. Corn, soybeans and cotton acreage were down, however. The 1953 cotton acreage was estimated at 1.895.000 against 1,910,000 acres last year. Corn planting was down from 929,000 acres last year to 752,000 this year with a forecast for 10,528.000 bushels, averaging 14 bushels an acre. The 1952 crop was 13,935.000 bushels—about 15 bushels an acre. Soybeans dropped from 886,000 acres in 1952 to 773,000 this Spring. Oiher estimates for 1953 and 1952 figures, respectively, include: Potatoes—11.000 acres, 473,000 bushels. 42 bushels an acre; 12.000 acres! 780,000 bushels, 65 bushels an acre. SWeet Potatoes—6,500 acres, 358.000 bushels, 55 bushels an acre acre; 5,500 acres, 402,000 bushels. of his seizure—supposedly on June 27—and the announcement, the Ukrainian Communist party announced a major short-term program for raising living standards. None of these events, the diplomats here believe, would have taken place had Russian Premier Georgi Malenkov any plans lor a revision of the new tactics that followed Stalin's death. Diplomats here believe that Sena's arrest does show signs of a basic struggle for power in the Kremlin. But, like other onetime Russian powers, he now apparently is being used as a scapegoat for all the errors and ruthlesnes of the Stalin regime. They recall that several years ago. Gen. Walter Bedell Smith, while U. S. ambassador to Moscow, termed Malenkov a moderate and Beria an anti-Western, Stalin man. This is contrary to some speculation that has followed Beri arrest. "New Look" With Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito, the diplomats here agree that Malenkov and presumably Foreign addod. And they say that Russia's Minister V. M the "new Molotov embarked look" because of 74 bushels per acre. Apples—146,000 bushels; 270,000 bushels. Grapes — 2.600 tons; 8,800 tons, EANUTS—7,000 acres; 7,000 acres. Peaches — 1,200,000 bushels; 1,539.000 bushels. Pears—96,000 bushels; 56,003 bushels. Huge Eggs Explorers have reported that eggs as big as dinner plates are laid by the black-browed albatross of the Falkland Islands, near the southern tip of South America. SPRAY WFfDS AWAV W/TH ATLACIDE KILLS JOHNSON GRASS, BERMUDA GRASS, and many other grasses and weeds. Destroys weed roots . , prevents regrowfh. In convenient powder form; easy to mix for use us n spray. E. C. ROBINSON MANILA, ARK. Air Conditioned By Refrigeration Matinees Sat. & Sun. 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To reach that goal, the Kremlin must counter certain memories of Stalin and Beria and their policies by promising less police terror, more comforts and more food. In this way, the new Kremlin rulers may extract greater production and work toward their final strategic aim. That aim. it is agreed here, still is Russian economic and political dominance of the world. Weakening of the West mustpr _ ecede the end goal, the diplomats ' i ' — r ; renewed wekcnd demand for Big Pour conference is proof that the Kremlin's foreign policy has not been chanced by Beria's removal. Leukemia Sufferer, 75, Falls to Death NEW YORK HI — Fiflcoh-year- old Mark Samuels, who was suffer- in'-', from luekemia, plunged tu his it' 1 : 1 !!] yesterday from an oight- flcior window of James Kwini: Hospital. Tollce said he fell or jumped. He u'as to have been discharged from the hospilal Wednesday after spendim; six weeks there for treatment of tin 1 disease, a type of can- ci'r whicli affects tiie blood. 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