WEDNESDAY, FEBUUA11Y 5, 19-17 BI/YTHEVILLE (ABK.) QOUBIfiR NEWS Soviet Genera! MakesComeback Key Army Commander, Demoted Last Summer, Again in the News Lamp This Pottery Firm Executive Irked "-^vr— ..-• ^Bt-x i"- un-*,*** •-.•!/ -.(••''i.'JiJH I * I By Slow Speed BY II.VHUISON United 1'rcss Foreign News Editor A hint Hint Mnislial Ocorgl Zlmkor, removed last Summer us commander of Soviet Ground Forces. may bo winning his way back to Soviet favor nl>!>carcd in the Moscow press today. i Zhukov's nonic had not appear- in the Russian press for more n eight montlis »n c | no officln announcement ever hits been pub- llshed of his removal as ground force commander. Marshal Ivan S. Konlcv succeeded Zhnkov. Today's mention of Zhnkov tame In an article in the newspaper. Tied Star, Soviet Army organ. The ik> tlcle was a review of the background of .Soviet Army and Navy leaders. a list of what were described as a lits of what were described as "outstanding military personalities" whom Generalissimo Stalin "brought us> and moved forward to responsible posts leading the new military cadres which bore the whole burden of the war agnlnst Hitlerite Germany and her allies." Zhukov's removal as commander of Soviet Ground Forces, the chief military command under Gcner- alissimo Stalin, was first revealed by the United Tress last July. Was Friend of U. S. Generuls His removal aroused widespread speculation, particularly when it was learned that he had been sent to Odessa to command the military garrison there, a post of minor responsibility in the Soviet Army organization. Tile Soviet press maintained complete silence on the high command .sliakeup and did not com- N ment on the foreign dispatches re- tiveallng Zhukov's removal and Int- f cr the fact that he had been replaced by Konicv. Late last Fall, however, the Moscow newspapers in a brief disp'atcii concerning an address made by Konicv at a Russian Military Academy identified him as commander of Soviet Gound Forces. Mention of Zhukov todav bs Red Star was taken to indicate that his fall from high Soviet prestige was not necessarily permanent and that he may have suffered merely a temporary eclipse. Speculation of Zhukov's removal had centered around the fact that he had enjoyed relations of unusual friendship and cordiality with Western military commanders, particularly Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower and Lieut. Gen. W. Bedell Smith, now U. S. Ambassador to Moscow. .. During Eisenhower's •visil-toMos- r cow in 1945 he and Zhukov were on unusually intimate terms, the Russian marshal breaking all precedent and Soviet, protocol lo accept a spur of the moment invitation by Eisenhower to lunch informally with him at the U. S. Embassy. Making light at the housing sliortage, this Kenihvorth, 111., owl found himself a nice rill- metal home, with free electricity. His architecturally attractive, well-ventilated dwelling is a shattered street lamp. DETROIT. Feb. 5. (UP)—A ti-t- year-eld man, testifying in the portal pay lest case, claimed yesterday lie would walk three to six times faster than a liolter In the prime of life. Charles K. Dolt, Si 1 ., gmt'i'iil manager of the Ml. Clemens cMU'li.) Pottery Company, (old Federal Judge Prank A. Pkard tluu lie made "lest walks" between tlie time clock and work benches In various departments of his company. He said his speed ranged from 285 to 3D3 feet per minute. Workers testified yesterday Hint! their times ranged from 4a'l-'J to' 88 feet p'.'r minute for the samel distances. i Picard suggested that the .Ml. Clemens (Mich.) pottery workers may be less fleet of fool now (bun they were in J942, when their ori- glnal iwi'tal i>ny suit was filed. I "All the woi;;e:s wer; stri .Mnilivrt i racers then." Pteara snid. "Now suddenly they are not streamlined." He remarked that in 1!I!U they hurried 1 from time elork to bench in order to claim pay for time worked before the regular startlni; hour but after the time clock was punched. Now. ho said. Ihc workers con- end that .'nrke-rcadv Lime should start when Ihc lime clock is punch- kmen ed and an;ue iliat U takes them longer than the eoa'.pany think? to KCI from time clock to work bench. , | Pic'ird's remarks came after James K. Doll, assist .ml nmnat(cr of the pottery Him. testified that in a test lie Ivul walked "at n normal rate or tp;v;l" _ from tlio time c'.oi'ks 13 the vailo'us departments, Doll ^ald Ills speed ranged from 310 lo j'.M feet a inlmilc — a rale almost three times as last us workers said they \\alked. Between 1305 uncl lUlU, approy.i- mately L'G.fOfl elejihants were klll- i'd annually in Africa. Membership In AFL Tops Seven Million MIAMI, Fla.. Feb. 5. (UP)—Membership in the American Federation of Labor stands at an all- time high of 7.605.440, the Afr'L. Executive Council reported here today. President William Green announced the figure, noting an increase of 255,122 between Sept. 1 and the beginning of this month, bclicvec largely due to the Southern organizing drive. The recoid APL membership was piled up during a year of laooi strife, and "ivus reported as tilt Federation Council planned strong opposition to legislation whicl would cmb labor. A council statement today saic thai amendment of the Wagnei i Act to outlaw closed shop contracts "proposes to wipe out witn one stroke of the pen 100 years o progress in the development of un ion security." It had previously strongly' opposed the Ball-Taft- Emith Bill. . " Committee Okays Limit On White House Tenure WASHINGTON. Feb. 5. (UP) — The House Judiciary Committee has approved,, 20 to G. a proposed constitutional amendment limiting any president to two terms. Republican leaders said they ^•M.-Ici try to gel li;c mta.-.uro lo the House floor by Friday. jJoiniy COOKING FAT *P^\??>. jfevv.'.' . • !>iVJ Burglar Suspect Killed; Former Officer Arrested FORT SMITH, Ark.. Feb. 5. (UP) ^Bi}l Harris. 32, who was shot in the. attempted robbery of an Aitus, Ark.; .liquor .store. Monday, died in a hospital here yesterday. William Sublett. .operator of the Hiit'boltlc Liquor Store, said he fired 0:1 the intruder after bein^ aroused from Fleep at 5:30 a.m. Leon Pcndleton, a former Van Buren policeman, was arrested as Harris' companion, and was being held by Franklin County officers for questioning. "Snafu," word coined during World War II, is an aforeviation for "Situation normal—all fouled up." YOUR DOLLARS Shop at Wards . THICK TAB SHINGLES 6.35 Extra thick shingle* for ' 1CT s ' 1 ' ndded protection! Fire iTsisli-v.l. and lo. liuiullc cii«.:ra f>t) an. (t. •''I Tliis is a real rlov/n-to-oarth Furrv\ Wclciint; C'iiiiz. 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