The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1952 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 30, 1952
Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN Cominform Says Stalin's One Aim Is to Surpass U.S. Industrial Strength BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS By RICHARD O'RKGAV VIENNA W—Stalin's world Communist agents have been making Jt clear whrU Russia's apparent nlms are for the next 10 or 20 years. Provided there isn't any war. Etalln wants to build up Russia's industrial strength so !t finally exceeds that of the United states. After that, it would be n Russian- dominated world whether the U. S. likes it or not. This is the interpretation put by experts on Russia in Vienna upon a revealing series of editorials in the weekly newspaper of the Co- minform. This is the policy guide book for Communists the world over. With startling frankness, a Co- minform editorial recalled a lonp- forgollen statement of Slolin made 19 years npo, at the 18th Congress of the Russian Communist party. It said it still holtls true. Statement Kccallcd "Stalin." recalled the Comln- form journal, "phccrt before the Communist party and the entire Soviet people a great historic task: to overtake and outstrip In the next 10 or 15 yenrs the main capitalistic countries ... In volume of industrial output per capita of population." Taking 10 years oui, for the war and for the re-estafollshmcnt of prewar levels means the Soviet economy has now put in nine years toward achieving Stalin's ambition. That theoretically leaves the Soviets about six years to go to reach the goal. But Western diplomats say there isn't a chance that Stalin's hopes will be realized. There have been too many changes since 1933. The war upped U. S. industrial strength to a point where, even If its current output of steel stood sill), tt would take Russia at least until 1865 to catch up. How then can Russia hope to surpass the United States economically? Policy Outlined The Cominform editorials give an answer to that. They lay down a policy which Moscow apparently hopes will carry Russia to a "life of abundance for the Soviet people," That policy Includes: 1. A feverish effort to Increase production In Russia's satellites. 2. Attempts 'at co-operation and trade with tho Wont to help the Soviet economy. 3. Radical expansion of Russia's heavy Industry and of electrification. Of the buildup of satellite industrialization Western experts have no doubts. A directive to the October party Congress In Moscow and extension," "But," said a Western diplomat, "the output of these lands In no way matches that of Western countries allied with the United States. Even with the industrialization of China, they won't catch up for de- cade.s." On the subject of cu-r>pcrallon and trade with the West, the Co- minform editorials have been busily reviving Stalin's ofl-repcaled statements (hat capitalism and socialism can live and trade together. The Cominform editorials also have Indirectly admitted that without a big Increase in Russia's industrialization, there Is not much chance for communism to take over. TUESDAY, SEPT. 89, IWt Train Resumes Run In Singapore Area KUALA LUMPUR l/Fj — The northbound mail train service between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur Is being resumed after constant Communist, guerilla attacks and de rallments caused it to be suspend erl 20 months ago. At the peak of the'attacks night trains were derailed or llred on several times a week. Freight trains continued to run at nlsht after . suspension of the passenger service. The resumption of the nlfiht mall service Indicates an Improvement in the situation In feouth Malaya, where security forces under Hlph Commission, Gen. Sir Gerald Templer, have been achieving success against the Red Insurgents recently. Compliments of JONES-BEAL INC. COTTON Phone 38-1326 300 McCall Blvd. — P.O. Box 1701 Memphis, Tenn. 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Czech Diplomat Won't Go Home NEW YORK «V-A Czechoslovak diplomat and former United Na- 'lons Secretariat official Bays he •111 not return to his Communist- controlled homeland and will seek isylum here. Dr. Ivan Kerno. who retired last Sept. 10 as U. N. assistant sccrc- lary-general for legal affairs, made Ms announcement last night on the "United or Not" television pro- No Soviet Wheat Trade TEL AVIV M>-The Israel government is not able to Import Russian wheat In exchange for citrus fruit, according to a foreign office spokesman here. It was siarcrt thai the wheat price asked by the Soviet authorities "was considerably higher than thai, which Israel pays under the International Wheat Agreement or on the free world market." Machine Braids Reversible Rugs Increased popularity of braided rugs has resulted In a product by a Ne 1 * 1 Jersey man described as an improvement over the hand-brald- cd rug. Robert H. Swackhamer has perfected a device that braids the rugs in a new manner called "contour control." Tlie rugs look just like those grandma used to make, but the machine turns out a version of the old fashioned braided rug that Is completely reversible. Heavy cotton is one of the fabrics well snlt»rt for making braided rll?s. A custom made braided rug usually takes months to make by hand, but with the Swackhamer machine It Is completed (rom dye to doorstep in three \vccks. Patent application has been made for the device. EDSON Continued from page 8 And kick all cookie pushers out ol bed. Get hack of Ike In the New Crusade, Correct the Mistakes that have been made (Clap, clap) Go on an' take 'em— (Clap, clap) You've got to shake 'em— (Clap, clap) Go on an' fade 'cm, away. Five Persons to Be Charged In Bombing of Mexican Plane Read Courier News Classified Ads MEXICO CITY W—Mexican officials said today they are preparing charges against five persons in connection with the time bombing of a passenger plane to collect life insurance. The bomb, hidden in a suitcase, was placed aboard the Oaxaca- bounti plane of Compania Mexl- cana de Aviacion, a Pan American World Airways affiliate, last Wednesday. The explosion shortly after the takeoff blew a hole In the fuselage, injured two American tourists of the 20 persons aboard, and wrecked navigation Instruments. The pilot made an emergency landing at a military airport. Police said their investigation revealed that seven of the passengers had been hired for fictitious Jobs in Oaxaca. Their tickets were bought for them and life insurance policies totaling two million' pesos ($230,0001 were taken out on them. Yesterday Emilio Arellano Ach- etelige, 48-year-old businessman named by the seven as th»k Mn- ployer, surrendered to nolle*. H« was the beneficiary of oac of UM policies, police said. Judicial agents also >rr«MH popular singer Paco Blerri, husband of the owner of * leading capital variety theater. Federal Atly. Gen. Francisco Conzale: d» la Vega announced that th« remaining six policies had named friends of Sierra as b«neficl«rl«s. Two of these were arrested «r>4 the arrest of a third was reported Imminent. About 25,000 beetle* h«»« catalogued .in museums, says National Geographic Society. 406 W. Main Phone 4591 Wednesday - Thursday - Friday BUY POWER TOOLS ON LAY-AWAY ONLY 10% DOWN HOLDS YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT SELECTION UNTIL DEC Aristotle is believed to have been the first to think of In-ur -«s the subject for a separate science. DudieyS. Weaver & Co. COTTON DOMESTIC - EXPORT 105 South Front Street Memphis, Tenn. 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