The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1949 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 29, 1949
Page 2
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PAGE TTTO BLTTHPTTI.LE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2t Yugoslav Press Attacks Russians Moscow-Led Campaign In Country has Failed, Slav Newspaper Says BELGRADE, Yug..:;1av.a, Juno 29. MV-The Moscow-led cominform's campaign to subdue Yugoslavia, n year oM yesterday, has failed, Cie official Yugoslav press declared. Borba, official newspaper of the Yugoslav Communist party, ran n four-column editorial on what it t-alled the "infamous" anniversary. TL sugge-sted to this country's coin- Inform ((Communist International Information Burpnn> neighbors that Ihey review* the year's nt-iivl- I ie.s and note that none of their aims hud been achieved. The article said the aims of Russia and her SalalHte.s were: 1. To oust Premier-Marshal Tito. if necessary through a "mutiny" of the Yugoslav people, 2. To keep YuRoLsaviii undeveloped economically in order to use her as a supply for food and raw materials. ^. To develop in Yuirrv^via an [ituUirte of roRltrnation to the idea [ of unequal relations arnnnp Socialist countries. AJI those failed, Borba saxl. Just a year ago yesterday tho cominform issued its blast ncr»in^t Tito's government, c^iarpin'r t'-. wartime partisan lender with strav- ing away from the Marxist-Leninist line and followjnc n policy haie- ful to the Soviet Union. Lack of Effective Mobilization Plan Hit by Statesman WASHINGTON, June 2». <AP>~ Bernard Baiuch took the Truman administration to yesterday for (ailing to have ready a standby total moblllitatlon plan lor a possible new war. The 77-year old elder statesman td the need for such a plan "never was greater" because "the cold war Is as total as actual war." "Yet," he said, "with Hie cold far dragging Into Its fourth year, we still lack any effective plan for Ihe swiftest possible mobilization of our resources to Insure reaching our allies in time." Barnch's text was prepared for graduating exercises commemorflt- inc the 25tn anniversary of the Industrial college of the armed forces. "Additional delay," he warned. Is a needless gamble with our national security—a needle.u Invitation to disaster." Baruch noted that when the last war ended Congress created the National Security Resources Board to frame a complete wartime mobilization plan, '•When this agency attempted to act it was, as you know, prevented from doinp, so." he snld. "It has still to be heard from." RAF Regulart fngaq* Bombers in Mock War LONDON, June 2». (AP)—Royal Air Force regulars engaged small groups of attacking bombers yesterday in the mock air war designed to test. Britain's defenses against an atom bomb blltx. This marked the opening of the second phase of "Operation Poll." British, American and Dutch aircraft are taking pail In the nine- day war games which started last Saturday. Observers said Monday the maneuvers had proved that the U3. B-M Superfort bomber can come close to outlying Intercepting jet lighters at high altitudes. Operations above 35,000 feet over the weekend showed Ine attacking Tuck«r and S*r«n Aidtt To Bt Tried October 3 CHICAGO, June 29. m— Trial of Preston Tucker and seven codefendants on federal charges resulting I -m promotion of a rear- engine automobile U act for Oct ]. Tucker, president and director of the Tucker Corporation, now undergoing reorganization, uid nl* associates are charged with mall fraud, violation of Securities and Exchange Commission regulations and conspiracy. Read Courier Metn Want Ad*. Superforts Co be more maneuver' able than US and British JeUi at that, altitude, and almost u fut, tlu; observers s&id. BRING YOUR TRACTORS T0 US FOR Major Overhaul and Minor Repairs Work Supervisee! bj IS Expel I Instructors. "S« eharie for labor replacement parti at cnsl." DELTA TRADE SCHOOLS, INC. 635 Hernamli) SI. Memphis I'hone 37-018! 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