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Chrfcti CALLER-TIMES, Sun, Aug. 12, 1951 Yugoslavia Opens Its Doors To Tourists - For Cash comef th* Job of r«*toriog t h « , a holiday, for tho« ·country'* "economy. All this takes!study th« country** a heavy toll in manpower asd m»-i ^y,,^ problem*. They JacceM to all information. terial. It faai begun to pay off. Milan Apih, general director ot touri*m, com* to * n d tre« "la return w« *ak nothing more APLU, KC«UZ«U WXC^lUT Ui VWUii*Aii, K estimates between 15.000 and 20,- than understanding of our prob- f r o m Austria Hems. W« know that everything p«*ect yet But we ar. work- foreigners DUBROVN1K, Yugoslavia, Aug.,ling in Yugoslavia is no picnicker's: Trleste ' tbe 11. (AP)--Yugoslavia has flung; paradise. The roads are gutted,;^, .its doors wide open to v i s i t o r strutted and dusty, crowded Jfrom the west to build up good; aimlessly wandering sheep will and bring in some spending! Geese and-most B3oto «^^ i hopes the figure will more than hard to make it so." fcgd ^ ^ pric . that M MC«H-M« pw- M dolkure h*jw pound* wad franc* kir*d k*ra acwoic bwuty and htototy. TouwU* report* back about condition* here and tb*lr ··understanding" of Yugoslavia may play a major ro!« in bringing this country and the west cloeer together. _ .jwith 2,000 last year. Next year he ^ --- ~- ^ ^ -- -- "- "% money. ; convinced--paved with Marshal Josip Broz Tito's proud: nails, and independent Communist gov-i Split Over Montenegro eminent desperately needs both to;i Mountain roads, resembling a safeguard its freedom, from t b e j c o n e y Island roller coaster with-l^^\^l£*£Z£Si of^aw' Russian-led Commform. S out tracks, would make a goat j ^terifls r «~ enwr OI raw j Yugoslavia has much to offer in!gasp. In Montenegro, the old folkj '. ' j return. From the Emerald hues i still tell the legend of how God, iuj-tourist fiaa | of its snow-capped mountains 3.". j creating the earth, girdled t h e j The government recognized this] northern Slovenia, to the c o b a l t i g l o b c with a sackful of pebbles, j year that the inflated dinar and; blues of the sunny Adriatic, there's!Here and there. He would drop askyhigh prices for almost every-j hardly a land the world over than i pebble or two for a hill or a moun-; thing sold on the free market had; can match its sheer natural beauty, i tain. The sack split over Montene-; been keeping tourists away. In anj It's a country of contrasts andjgro. Hence the ruggod terrain,effort to counteract this without: colors, a place where gray and! which has proved tough farming j disturbing the domestic monetary j stony piles of monasteries almost;-- but tougher, too tor invaders, i system, it established what isi as old as Christianity look downj The postwar regime in Yugo- known .as the "putnik"--traveler's from rugged mountains on flatj s i ay j a has done much in the last I --dinar. and fertile fields newly d o 11 e d j three vears to improve travel con- Under this plan, a tourist may whitewashed collective farms. jditions", to restore roads chewed up'buy "putnik" dinars--50 to the dol- The ragged coastline and high j by heavy military vehicles, andjlar or Its equivilant in hard cur- rnountain passes, the a n c 1 e n t j catch up' with road work suspend- j rency--which entitles the holder weathered forts along the Danube j ed during the war. | to a 70 percent discount on his and Sava Ricers, the forested Pi- IDRM SDRM TERRACE LIVING 25x17 BORM 14x14 HALL BATH DINING ENTRY GARAGE 22x22 · · · I KIT 18x8 n, - FINE FEATURES -- Most American families want a three-bedroom home today. There is still some interest in one, two and four bedroom houses, but for most of us, the three-bedroom home is ideal. In addition to being the rJKht size, the home plan shown here has many other features that a good home needs. It is an efficient, easy- to-livc-ip. floor plan. The nine closets, full basement, and double garage gives it an abundance fit floor space of all kinds. Whether you have bicycles or gardening tools, there is space to store them in this home. Inside, there is a fireplace, an extra half- bath, fiwi a stopsnvinjj kitchen. Outside, there is a terrace. All of the rooms are generous in size, you won't be crnmped or crowded here. Yet for all its sine, this is a relatively economical house to build. A perfectly rectangular floor plan, a simple roof, wisely c h o s e n materials throughout.---ail these factors contribute toward the moderate cost-per-foot figure your builder will be able to estimate. This is Better Homes Giinlens magazine Five Star Plan No. 210!!. To woo and win western tourist | hotel bill and most tourist goods. trade Yugoslavia has gone just 'Within the limits at possibility," coves which once served aa .. ,, rate's hideouts are colorful evi- about as far as it can within the Apih said, "everything has been jdence of its turbulent history. ' limitations of short supplies and j done that could b« done in the | Hard-pressed for money and fcia-! material to match the scenery, way of providing our visitors with j | terial to rebuild after World War j and climate with comfort. j foodstuffs, sports and entertam- 'll, Yugoslavia has just begun t o j It hasn't been easy. Obviously, j ment. capitalize upon the assets endow-!the first priority of Tito's gov-j "We want to make them wel- ed by nature and history. jernment centers upon maintaining [ come. We havs flung .our doors It "has been tough going. Trave-'the country's independence. 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[miles o f - w i r e spun into the t w o i s u ii«t:intin! r.ommutcr development -(AP)-- Thirteen years flfter the idea j plant cables that support the brsdge i )s , WH » ct ea jimopg workers in Del- first was presented to the Delaware in graceful loops between the tow-j a w a r e jndustries . Legislature, tho world s sixth Iong- --" : est suspension bridge will be opened to traffic near here Thursday. Built at a cost of nearly $44 million and the lives of six workmen, the Delaware Memorial Bridge tween this state and New Jersey^ It is expected to bring an unprecedented business boom to both mud it will'stand as a giant memorial to World War II dend of the two states following dedication ceremonies Wednesday. First traffic flow will begin one minute after crs , ,, , With the opening of thHDclawarc For Delaware, the bridge will bri mllch doser t h n vnst ,, nlth Memorial Bridge this is the new Jcrsev sllove arcas ^ic of the na- lincup of tho world s great suspen- tion - s - busicst sum mcr playgrounds, slon bridges: Golden Gate Bridge, and Uf . food-nroducintr areas an f . o o - o San Francisco^ 4,200 feet; George T ^ wm fa ; ck w h WasWnpton Bridge. Now York, i · ^ f (jf oiu , i trftflj( , a ,, - 3,000; Tacoma iWosh.) Narrows Bridge, 2,800; Smi Francisco-Oak- u, , -, ln«rl t3oif ·p.rijlfn « Slfl- Tlrnnv. h · · to N Y k - N land Bay Bridge, 2,3,10; Bronx- Whitestpne Bridge, New York, 2,300 Delaware Memorial .Bridge, 2,150. Actual end points of the four- lane memorial bridge will be in Pigeon Point, five miles south Wednesday .midnight. Delaware and New Jersey, line [Wilmington, and Deepwater Point, opposite shores of the lower Del- near Pennsville, N. 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