Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on August 25, 1965 · Page 5
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 5

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, August 25, 1965
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-GreenAm (Ind.)^iiy New*, Wedngsjay^Aiig. 25,1965 PACE 11 Soviet Economy Suffering From Power Shortages _. . . . ,, x--,. _„*,. in TV,,,™ i,.™ T „ „,„„„!-„ 0,1- «,,.n,i,aVi ^o mpriiirm fvf "inppn- and shortcomuies which are al Communist economic strat- By K. C. THALER LONDON (UPD—The Soviet economy, which is in the throes of a new grave agricultural crisis, is suffering also from serious power shortages which threaten Moscow's ambitious industrial plans. Reports from Moscow reveal shortcomings in Russia's power-generation program. One of the country's electricity chiefs has called for eco- •nomies in the use of both coal and electricity -throughout the European industrials parts of the Soviet Union. PANTLESS DRIVER MILAN, Italy (UPI) — Bus driver Angelo Perruzzo splashed a group of .people waiting at a •stop on a rain-soaked street Tues : day. The infuriated victims dragged him from the bus and pulled off his jpants. The hapless driver returned to the terminal in his underwear Planning appears to have •gone wrong on more than one score, and frantic soiil-search- Now You Know By United Press International The chance of a woman in the United States dying during pregnancy of childbirth has reached an all-time low, one in every 2,815 births, according to the Metropolitan Life Insurance'Co. ing among the technocrats Russia and in East European satellites for modifications or alternatives has shattered the myth that Communist planning has given the Soviet Union and •its allies immunity from economic problems. - Gone also, is the battle cry of years past that Russia was well on her way to catch up and would soon overtake the American economy and its achievements. There have been amazing admissions of failure from among leading Communists recently, both, in Russia and in some East European countries. The profit 'motive, which had always been rejected by Communist planners as 'the .chief deadly sin of the Western world,. has been creeping discreetly through into the backdoor into the Communist countries. Slowly, the idea of stimulating economic progress through the medium of "incen tives" is being accepted among the means to remedy the faults ASKS EARLY ACTION WASHINGTON' (UPI)—President Johnson urged House Democratic leaders Tuesday to bring the District of Columbia home rule bill to a vote "before Congress adjourns, probably by mid-September. The home rule bill has passed the Senate five times only to be bottled up in the House. and shortcomings which are plaguing Communist economies of late on an ever increasing scale. Prompted by new agricultural troubles, the suggestion has been maide in Moscow that the vast state farms should be broken up into smaller units. Reflects Doubts The fact that such a "reactionary" idea has been raised reflects the creeping doubts about the efficiency of tradition- al Communist economic egy. • ' Now it has emerged that the fuel and -power sector of the Soviet economy has failed fo reach its target for the seven- year plan which ends this year. ^Already experts have begun to sound the alarm that the Soviet economy is out of balance and that it must be rectified as soon as possible. This, they •concede, is not going to be easy. REDEEM COUPONS IN THiS AD FOR S&H GREEN STAMPS one complete book BY SATURDAY, AUGUST 28'" USDA ' CHOICE ROLLED CHUCK Soneless . Lb 79c USDA CHOICE STEW BEEF xtra ^ Ll> 69c USDA CHOICE ENGLISH ROAST Lb 59c FRESH GROUND CHUCKS , 69c MARHOEFEH SLICED BACON Lb 69c U.S.D.A. CHOICE U.S.D.A. CHOICE U.S.D.A. CHOICE BUN SIZE STEAK USDA CHOICE CASUAL NAPKINS "1890" DRESSING ITALIAN DRESSING WISHBON, '£1390 GOLDEN CREAM CORN DEL MONTE 6 CANS 99C PINEAPPLE/GRAPEFRUIT "££^3 £T 99c GERMAN CHOC. 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