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September 24, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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PAGE TEN BLTTHEVrTvLF!, AHKANSAS, MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1988 THURSDAY, SEPT. 2^ 1953 Russia Pushes Back to Farm Movement (EDITOR'S NOTE — For sev- eraJ years iVJIIJam J'. Ryan has been writing analyses of Russian moves — from outside Russia. Now lie Is In the Soviet Union as as correspondent of the Associated Press. His dispatches from there, of course, will he subject to the usual censorship! By WILUA.M L. RYAN MOSCOW (AP) — A back to the farm movement is undei way for many thousands 01 Communists as a result of the Soviet government's determined drive to swiftly raise agricultural production. Articles in Pravria and other Soviet organs report the movement of Communists, technicians and specialists. Many of them left the farms years ago for the lure of city life. Now, the papers say, they are eager to return to the countryside and help in the drive. The call for the movement to the fields was sounded in the report on the Soviet farm situation last week by N. S. Khrushchev, first secretary of the Soviet Communist Party. He recalled that in 1933, at th end of the first collectlvizailo drive, "17,000 party officials wer sent to the, help of the collcctlvi farms for work in political org.tn ization," Many thousands of other were sent for the tremendous job of agricultural reorganization. Now Khrushchev suggests tha the party issue a call for 50,00 Communists from among the "bes people from the towns" to streng then the farm front. He mode plain that it is the Commimis Party's primary responsibility to raise agricultural levels to the point where it will be possible to carry out the government's promises of a fully adequate consumer supply within three years. Khrushchev said the Soviet Union now has a sufficient base of industry and collective farms to begin carrying out such promises. The Communist Party, he added, must supply the necessary management. The task will be to transfer a big army of specialists from the party apparatus to actual production. Khrushchev has Indicated tlxi program must be underway by February, at least , so thut by spring thousands of capable organizers will participate in the "active struggle" for the high harvests and upsurge of animal production the government hopes to see next year. Distance Flyer The Arctic tern holds the record for long flights. Each season it flies from the far north to the shores of the Antarctic continent, a distance of approximately 7000 miles. PORTRAIT OF THE YEARS—Mrs. Anna Krcn, 88, of Cleveland, Ohio, is framed with her GOlh groat-grandchild, four-week-olci Catherine Ann McCune, by Catherine's Donald McCune. Nine o£ Great-Grandmother Krcn's 10 children are still living, 33 grandchildren in her huge family. for posterity mother, Mrs. and she has Probe Ordered of Fatal Explosion TONAWANDA, N. Y. (/P) — The district attorney ordered an investigation opened today into a series of explosions that killed at least 10 workmen, injured 27 poisons md blew a peroxide plant into •ubble. Fearing the death toll from ycs- erday's blasts might run as high is 12, searchers today probed the uins of the one-story brick build- for more bodies. Ten were re- red yesterday, but it was ve- lorted that 12 men were in the building. A fire chief said the explosions, thought to have been in chemical storage tanks at the Lucidol division plant of the Novadel-Agene Corp., caused damage that would run into millions of dollars. Dr. Franciscus VLssar't Hooft. president of the firm, said "apparently in some unexplained manner a batch of material ignited and the explosion followed." But the company said the precise cause was not determined. •iis Name Should Be Dennis COLUMBUS, Ohio IT) — When C enr-old Lurry Mllcld told his tench r he h.'ft his lunch box "outside, 1 he didn't think he meant 20 block way. About 30 per cent of Denmark's export trade is butter. TOO MUCH SERVICE-Thi. diner in a Berlin restaurant received more service than he bargained for when he called for a waiter. The help is in training for the annual Waiters' Kace, and tables and chairs make an ideal obstacle training course for waiters. Want to Stay Healthy? Just Loaf GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (/I 1 )--Two medical authorities—n heart specialist and n neiiro-physchhitri.st— recommended "plain olcl-fashionec loafing" us n means of staying healthy to the 88th convention o the Michigrm Medical Society Ins- night. Dr. Loo Tnran, New York heart specialist,, snid a 15-mivmte interruption in tin; day's activities would be a. step toward cutting down the incidence of heart disease. Such a period also would serve t<? curb mental disturbances producing Imaginary illness in many persons. Dr. O. Spurgcon English. a Philadelphia neuro-physchiatrist, said. f "If the 15-minute period is u for reading religious works, that's good- We need to slow down. Why, just plain, old-fa.shiimed loafing become a lost art." AniMit Comets A comet is much lighter than air, and its only particles of mass are those infinitesimal ones in its head. In 1887, there appeared a "headless" comet; many comets have no tails. Cream for home butter-making about 30 per cent buttcrfat <:\n- shoiild be of such richness that tent. In the ad which appeared in Tuesday's Courier News the price of Cigarettes was listed as $1.65 per carton. It should have been; All Popular Brands CIGARETTES Per Carton SCOTTY'S Service Station ARK-MO STATE LINE Phone 9967 She let him go after it. Ten hours Inter lie hadn't returned. His parents were frantic. Police searched Columbus. They finally found him last night — lost and hungry. He had three questions when he got home: "When do we eat? Why do ladies drive police cars? Daddy, why are you shaking so much?" Okinawa Mayor Dies OKINAWA {/P}—Kowa .Matayosi, mayor of Naha, Okinawa's largest city, died Tuesday from a heart ailment complicated by pneumonia. Mntayoshi was president of the Ryukyu Shirnpo, one of Nairn's four newspapers, and was elected mayor In 1952. . Read Courier News Classified Ads LITTLE t/Z— There are lots of ways to make money, and the prisons are full of counterfeiters to prove it. entA« Award-Winning Director Denies TV Will Raise Movie Standards By HERB ALTSCIIULL WASHINGTON 1*1 — Ella Kazan, award-winning Broadway and Hollywood director, said today there's a chance that television may raise motion picture r>tan- clards^"but I rather doubt it." "Too much censorship," he said. "Too many people telling you wnat to do." On Hie other hand, Kazan continued in an Interview: "Television is certain to make movies more spectacular, more technologically perfect. And that Is good. No art ever was hurt by I technical improvements." Hollywood people may brush off TV, Kazan said ,but: "Deep in their hearts, they're scared to death. "Did you know that Jack Warner (the. Hollywood producer) won't even allow a TV set to show up on the screen in his pictures?" Kazan is in Washington to direct the pro-Broadway performances of "Tea and Sympathy," a new play by Robert Anderson. Kazan, a first- rate actor, is best remembered for his direction of the stage and screen versions of "A Streetcar Named Desire." fte Bays he doesn't go much for TV dramatic fare, but: "I like the fights and ball games. I think they're wonderful." Kazan said the film industry's counterattack with such things as three-dimensional movies, giant screens and new sound devices is all to the good, and: "I think there's a chance the quality of movies will be raised, more or less as a defense mechanism. I certainly hope so." He said there was little possibility of TV working any major changes on the legitimate stage because: 'The theater is concerned with artistic achievements and this I believe will always be so. "The theater is the greatest podium of freedom in the world today. That is why it is superior, WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, • Chlckasawba District, Mississippi County, Atkansai Bonnie Wiggins, Ptf., vs. No. 12485 Williams Eugene Wiggins, Oft. The defendant, Williams Eugeno Wiggins, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Bonnie Wiggins. Dated this 9th day of September 1953. GUY WALLS, Atty. tor Ptf. ED B. COOK, Atty. Ad Litem. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By OPAL DOYLE. D. C. 8/10-17-24-31 artistically, to what you see on television and in the movies. TEST WHISKIES d enjoy drinks more! 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