Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 28, 1952 · Page 11
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February 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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«O«THWMT ARKANSAS TVMH. NryMMvlRf, ArkantM, ThurW*/, hfcnwnr ft, 1*» --11 { Moscow In Strict Control Of Czechs; Gottwald On Skids Editor'i Note: This dispateh ctsts new liftht on the cucrenl lituation in Czechoslovakia. The information in it has been obtained from i .responsible source MUSH by William L. Ryan, ,AP foreign news'anjilyst who is on a tour of European areas adjacent' the Iron curtain. The AP has been unable to obtain first hand Ynews 'in Czechoslovakia since its correspondent, William N. Oatis; was jailed by the Czechs last April. - By WILLIAM L. RYAN . Rome - (/P) - Klemcnt Gottwald, president of Communist ruled Czechoslovakia, occupies a shaky throne, lie may be out 'of it within two to six months. This is the opinion of a reliable Cotton Blouses $1.79 Gingham 89cyd. 18" Silk Squarer Choice 22c source from inside that,Iron Curtain country. The informant adds that Gottwald may attempt .to flee the country to escape the fate of those he himself has pJrged. The t informant o u t l i n e s the Czechoslovak'situation this way: L»8Ring production: in Czechoslovakia angered the Soviet Union, which itself was largely responsible because o( the way it WHS draining o f f . Czechoslovakia's wealth. The. Soviet Union ordered a shakeup. Gottwald, to save himself, was forced to purge persons who might have been--and in fact had been his own allies. Rudolf Slansky, the man now in jail and charged with attempting 'to murder Gottwald, \v_as one of these, and there were a host of others.* On Probation / Now Gottwald himself is on probation. If the monthly reports of Czechoslovak production do not show a decisive upsurge, Colt- wald is in serious trouble. If the six month production figure should stilt be below Soviet d e - j mand-s, Gottwald is finished. The j purgcr himself will be purged, [ just as purgcr Slansky, the man who insisted on the arrest of \n former Foreign Minister Vlado dementis, was himself purged. The Soviet Union docs not particularly care if the leadership of the Czechoslovak Communist regime purges itself out of existence, so long as Moscow continues to hold the reins. And Moscow holds the reins today. Gottwald has pdor prospects of doing any better than those before him. Czechoslovakia's product is not going back into Czechoslovakia. The better part of it is going to Moscow--the heavy industrial .production---to feed Moscow's hungry war machine. ffarus May Move Up | If Gottwald ROCS, there is a possibility Premier Antonin Zapotocky will go along with him. The man who succeeded to power, al-' though he seems a non-entity now, may be Jan Harus, the new minister of State control. All sources agree the Czechs are getting poorer every day, except for the ruling Communists. They are trudging through life listlessly, hoping even for the scourge of war to relieve them from what they consider a worse scourge. Informants in Yugoslavia -Communists who know how- Communists operate--insist Czechoslovakia is the.; weakest link in the Cominform 'chain.' But there is little active resistance. There can- riot .be. People do not rise against machine guns and artillery. As in other Cominform countries there is.little.hope of,an uprising, ilf there is to be any overturn, it must come at the top, and this pre-supposcs a lessening of Moscow control. Sulphur City Mr. and Mrs. Krnost Kcrrell arid I1r. and Mrs. Upchurch of Fort Smith visited Mr. and Mis. E. W. Price, Sr., Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gibson Webb nnd children, Deborah anil Gibby, of Tucmncari, N. M., spent the weekend with Mrs..Webbs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Whitehous" nnd children of KayeUeville visited his parents, M r . - a n d Mrs. Clem Whilehouse Sunday. Mrs. G. W. Frost was taken back to City Hospital Sunday for fur- Ihrr t r e a t m e n t . Mrs. Jack Cook entertained « t I . friends with a party Tuesday qflernuon. The Rev. G. W. Will of Farm- ingtnn w i l l prench at the Baptist Clu.rch S u n d a y morning. Due to the Illness of hir. wife he has been u n a b l e In fill his appointment for Iv/o \v?cks. Stolen Car llccoverrd Bcntnnvillc - (Special) - A IIMO Chrysler stolen from the Honors Truck and Implement on February 1!) was recovered yesterday by police in Springfield, Ma. No suspects have been arrested, Sheriff .John nlark said. . FEATURE STORY EARLY TIMES is Kentucky's FAVORITE Lewis Bros. Offers the Following Lear Year Specials! 7Vi cu.' ft. Philco Refrigerator ' 214.95 Divided Top Gas Range -- Installed. ; . 119.95 General Electric Dishwasher 169.95 DeLuxe Philco Refrig. Two Compartments 384.95 aeneral Electric Tank Cleaner 59.95 Electric Irons " . 12.95 Sencral Electric Cleaner . .,., 54.95 Muminum Teakettles ·... . . .- 1.95 Fostoria Corsage Pattern Ice Teas. ... ^...... 1.75 Fostoria Corsage Pattern Plates. . ''.,. 1.75 Fostoria Corsage Pattern Sherbets ,... ..... 1.75 Hand Blown Footed Ball Vases 1.50 Chinese Place Mats . 25 Edwin Knowles Dinnerware Blue Laurel Pattern 50 Piece Set, Service for 8 39.95 46 Piece Set, Service for 8 31 50 37 Piece Set, Service for 8 :. . . 21.50 33 Piece Set, Service for 6. 17.50 18 Piece Set, Service for 4 10.95 Heritage Pottery: M Piece Set, Service for 9 . ' . . . ' . . " . . 19.95 45Piece Set, Service for 8 18.95 Special One Day 165.00 99.00 110.00 250.00 38.25 7.80 29.00 T.29 .90 .90 .90 .89 .15 21.95 17.95 11.95 10.95 5.50 12.95 11.50 Our Gift to a Lucky Lady . . . In City Wide Treasure Hunt 48-Piece Set of Lovely Chinaware Valu«_37.95 Special-Purchase Armstrong's Heavy Floor Covering All 12 ft. wide, pieces up to 30. ft. long. Price square yard. Regular grade .98 Remnant .79 ·=elt Base Throw Rugs, 18"x36":.'.:.'.' Sreatly Reduced Prices on Garden Trellises, Pergodas, Arches, Plant Boxes, '.Etc. ,·' .10 Window Shdd.es,' Minetto Stripe, Color Lite Ecru, Sizes 32" to 40" wide. All first quality shades. Prices . . . , , y j . .'...1.80102.70 1.35 to 2.00 Lane Mahogany.HiBoy Cedar Chest, has drawer. .96.00 59.95 5 Piece Bedroom Suite, Honey Color. Has triple dresser, 621/2" wide · 434.00 299.00 3 Pie.ce Bedroom Suite, Waterfall Dresser, 4 Poster Bed . . . . . . 179 50 119.50 3ench for Above '. -9.95 $.45 LEWIS BROS. CO., Inc! AlttMl WtrM Day ·» Prayer tam*rr«w, CenUpl M«lh*dlrt Church, 1 to 1 P.M. Straight leirton.W fey Lady. If You're Huntin' fS*tT? M f t · · · . ' . . for a Hi HUSBAND We Can't Help Y o u . . . .. But, If You're Lookin' for IT'S OPEN SEASON AT PRICE-PATTON! OUR FINAL END-OF-MONTH CLEARANCE NOW IN FULL SWING FREE! A $10 STETSON HAT! To the husband or boy-friend of the lucky lady who has our number i n the WOMEN'S DAY TREASURE HUNT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29. 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Appro.in.ot. number of .er»- ing*---4 ci ,, M AWE WPOIHO 6 apples, quartered and peeled y, C.sugor i/, C. water 2 tbsp: lemon juice % C. butter or margarine % C. brown sugar f, C. flour i/, ltp..iolt i/i' tsp. cinnamon Methodi l.Ploce apple. In casserole. 7. Ml* sugar, water and lemon 'juice together and pour over apples. 3. Cut butter into .brown sugar, flour, cinnamon, and soil » form crumb mixture. 4. Sprinkle crumb mixture over apples. Place in oven. Approximate number of serv- ing*--o See Your CAS Appliance Dealer FOR A MODERN UP TO THE MINUTl RANGE ATTEND WORLD DAY OF PRAYER Friday, Feb. 29, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Central Methodist Church Our Gift on Women's Day 18-piece Cannon Towel Set to the lucky lady with our number in the Treasure Hunt. REGISTER AT THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ARKANSAS/WESTERN , GAS ·Neleitf li!M NerU e»4 Wtil ' ? ,, ''

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