The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1968 · Page 4
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Pip Four —' Blythwilte (Ark.) Courier News — Tuesday, May It 1MI ^Novotny Is An Idiot' . By PETER REHAK » Asociated Press Writer PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia mumsm ! — "Novotny is an idiot. If heiwere here, I would like to kick him," a man in dark glass- pek, entitled "Why I Am Not t Communist". It condemns corn- a P™er-hungry movement for the benefit of a few. The scene is Prague's Old es'shouts info a microphone. He , Town Square, where a crowd of isja former political prisoner. reads a 1924 5,000 has assembled to air their beefs over a public address sys- essay by Czech writer Karel Ca-i tem lent by the city. Not a policeman li in tight. "Three months ago, the police would have charged in here and thrown alt of us in the clink," says a young man. This is Prague, the capital of Communist Czechoslovakia, three months after the ouster of Antonin Novotny as the country's president and Communist party chief. Novotny's successors, party chief Alexander Dubcek, Premier Oldrich Cernik and Presi dent Ludvik Svoboda, have launched the country on a liberal course unmatched in any other Communist country. The new course is in evidence everywhere. Press censorship has been lifted. Every day the newspapers are filled with stories of mental and physical tortures in Stalinist jails. People in the streets, in cafes and in the aging streetcars dis- icuss and criticize everything and anything. "Democracy and liberalization" is the motto of'the day. Downtown bookstores display pictures of Thomas Garrigue Masaryk, the country's' first president, whom previous Communist regimes tried to strike from the history books. Pictures of his son Jan, Czechoslovakia's last non-Communist foreign minister, are on sale on Vacla- vske Namesti, Prague's main square The new government's probeflt must avioM' aggravating-Mo* into Jan Masaryk's mysterious death in 1948 is the No. 1 topic of conversation in the crowded sidewalk cafes. The mood is buoyant but many ask, "Will it last?" and "What will happen next?" But most seem to think there is no turning back. The new leadership still faces some high hurdles. It badly needs' a hard currency credit to get the rundown economy going. cow and, if tlie present course is to continue, it must oust some 40 conservative members from the party's llfl-member ruling presidium. At the beginning of the 20th century there were only 23,000 doctors in Russia, or one for each 9,000 persons. 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