The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1953 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 20, 1953
Page 9
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MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1053 RI.YTHKVIU.K fAKIO COUlMRR NEWS PAGE NINB Good-Will Airs from Moscow Excite Tito There Are Strong Hints Ke V/cnls tack Closer to Russian Sphere By PKED SPARKS NtA Staff Correspondent BELGRADE — (K'EA) feeling drifting from Moscow lo the Communist dictator who broke A reporter can detect strong hints that Tito would love to move back closer lo the Russian sphere — place himself smack between the two worlds. Despite the drum-beating about i ten by Vladimir Dedljer. Yuc.osla- new reforms which promise a frar j vla's UN deleaate and editor of Bel- economy, *.he leadership of the Yu- j grade's leadim; Red paper, all the "blame for the break with Russia one ol thf "old comrades" closest to Tilo, followed up this line with: •"Hie Soviet Government is making certain conciliatory gesture* in Korea and Germany as though it w.ints to disown Stalin's old policy ..." . If Stalin's "old policy" toward rfo lav Communist Party is ;;tili Closer to Moscow than Washington by thousands of miles. '('hey feel just as crummy about trilling our "capitalist" dollars as we feel crummy about shaking tholr Communist hands. Perhaps the current peace over- 'turss give Tito his big opportunity to play middle-man—a role he has bjen perfectly cast for by recent events. After all, Tito insists he has prov- ui that a Marxian country can be chummy with a democracy. Why not, show Malenkov how it works? One of the lop Allied diplomats here put It even stronger: "Just as fast as THo flopped from Stalin's camp into our camp he might flop the other way. I wouldn't trust him to the corner." In Tito's official biography, writ- could and make up. At least that's what worries many i diplomats here right now. ' | Another angle concerning Mali erikov Is that he was one of the leaders in the move for a Balkan Federation. Before the Moscow- Belgrade break Tito wai whistle- other Balkan countries. was placed squarely on Joe Stalin. Tito has never onpniv k-.mritr-ri Mai ."ko^w U whom n t e old i "T" Rreal * 1 ""* «*«»>days, he often shared vodka and < ™ caviar besides dreams of a Corn- Tito's rabbit punches, all his wails about "the betrayal" of the world Communist movement, were aimed at Joe Stalin. way to leadership of this federation. •"? He has flatly accused Stalin of union of : run for president of I satellite countries. _ .. . Any criminal lawyer knows the On his return from London Tilo I best pitch is to blame everything said: We would be happy if one ' on the deceased. Indirectly. Malen- day l>!iey (Russia) would admit they kov 1 did just that bv freeing the made a mistake will, regard to our j Jewish doctors and" blasting the country. We would be jslad lo see | men who framed them, that. We .shall wait, we shall see." ] If he takes Tito's tip and blames .., rrS^S ,,;, i 1 " 1 " 1 ' founder ot st »»» for monkey wrenching "•the USSR, still has his photograph - •• - • •• high on the wall of official Yugo- Skeleton of Stone Age Man Found in Ireland Lake Bed BOY1.E. Ireland </)•) _ The skeleton of a ctotir age man Tito ..Russia slavla. They've always shared this patron saint with Moscow.) Tile other day Edvard Kardelj, Balkan Federation and friendship with Yugoslavia, the direct telephone line from Belgrade to Moscow temporarily 'Msconnected, might be working again. School Tag 'License' Is Used In Better Education Campaign V By STEVE Yr.TES %f NEA Special Correspondent ' TALLAHASSEE. Pla. (NEA) — They're using a novel advertising method ^these days to get people Interested" in the need for better schools. It's a "school tag." the size of a standard license plate, for use on the front of your car, carrying an educational message. L And many usually staid and conservative school teachers now have their cars adorned with the blue- nr'd-white plates and the slogan: "Better Schools Make Better Communities." Today, there are »omt 80,000 of the tags on carl throughout the nation, from Florida, where it all started, to California. . The Idea was the brain-child of Howard Jay Friedman, a former "Newspaperman now with the Florida State Department of Education. ;X .Florida uses only one license plate. .And Friedman, whose Job It is to •help publicize school activities, worried about ,the empty place on the •front of his car for some time. Then •'tie hit on the "school tag." .'..'He drew up a sample plate, interested a Florida manufacturer in the t j "s, and presented them to the 'Ilorida. Education Association •: for - t; - .r use as a non-profit venture. ' Boy Scouts sold the tags in front Of rrocery stores, school clubs tour- SCHOOL PLATE — Elinor Levy Displays automotive promotion. ed. their communities door to door, teachers bought them for themselves and for their friends, and PTA's even "auctioned" them off, with Sailor Slows Admiral Down NEW YORK IfTl — The cigar- smoking sailor said to the admiral, "Slow down, Mac." The admiral said, "Yes. sir." Maybe these weren't the exact words that were exchanged, but Rear Admiral Roscoe H. Hillenko- etter, Third Naval District commandant, apparently got a call- down for speeding Friday in New York harbor. Reporters were watching as the admiral and party In a new Navy PT boat raced about, demonstrating the craft's speed and maneuverability. The Coast Guard, the harbor's traffic cop, sent out » launch and Intercepted the speed- ... Marshal him excited... When Tito returned from London, waved his arms and said how wonderful he, just a poor peasant boy, had been received In Buckingham Palace, a wise Yugoslav friend of mine shook his head: "I don't know. Whenever Tito signals he is turning right he always turns left." the profits going to school project*. The FEA. unable to cope with the demand, turned the tag over to the manufacturer. But that hasn't stopped the use or the sale of the plates one bit. Cot Mothers Puppies WINNIPEG (/PI— Three of six puppies born to "Brenda," miniature pinscher, died and the mother was too weak to feed the others. A for help resulted in : a mother cat being brought with her kittens. The puppies mingled contentedly with the kittens. . protecting your valuables is part of our Rent a Farmers Bank Safe Deposit box NOW . . . don't risk loss of valuable documents or possessions! Safe Deposit boxes are now available in both large and small sizes. Come in and ask about this extra ' service of the Farmers Bank . . . you'l! be happy at Us low cost . THE FARMERS BANK & TRUST COMPANY The Oldest Bank In Mississippi County "TIME 1'RIED — PANIC TESTED" F.D.l.C.-SlO.WO Bach Deposit Member Federal Retem Sraten Ing Navy boat. Neither the Coast Guard nor tlie Navy would give details of the incident, but observers saw a cigar- smoking Coast Guardsman speak briefly to the admiral. And the Navy boat moved off at a slower pace. lake now brins drained to reveal secrets of life 5,000 years aso. This mid oilier findings-includ- iiiK two pattern brooches, an iron axe. a bone needle. „ canoe and bronr.e spearhead - were dlcloscd Saturday by archaeologists now busy at Lough Gam near the town of Boyle in Cenini! Ireland, 100 miles northwest of Dublin. The ancient settlements were first discovered last fall when a prolong- i'd drought lowered the lake level, revealing more than HO crannings or man-made hike dwellings. Archaelogisls called the discovery one of the richest ever and a treasure house of the stone and bronze ages. After a preliminary examination, however, winter rains came and the settlements again disappeared beneath Hie waters. But to insure a lomr and uninterrupted season for exploration this year, the Irish government set engineers at work draining the lake. During the past week, the lake waters dropped sufficiently to reveal again some of the relics and the experts went back to work. The stone ase skeleton was the first full human form to be found in the lake dwellings. last autumn, only single bones and skulls were discovered. The canoe, another of the latest findings, is 11 feet long and contains a pole-type paddle In an excellent, state of preservation. Other important findings are expected as the level of the lake drops day by day and experts comb the boggy lake bottom, which proven mi excellent preservative. WItllin Ihe next few months, archaeologists are expected to flock to full Ihe scene from the United Slates has; France, Germany, Finland. Britain, Australia. Canada, Italy, Sweden, Denmark. Spain, Portugal, Holland, Belgium. Mexico «nd Argentina Explorations will be under the direc- I „ | lion of Dr. Joseph Rnflery. keeper of antiquities ill Ihe Nation- al Museum of Ireland. Mystery Movie Watchers Get The Real Thing HUNTSVIIiLE. Ala. (/I 1 ) — Two hundred spectators at a mystery movie bf'Mine participants in a real life cops-mul-rubuer thriller Friday nlidU. A lull, unshaven bandit entered the office of the downtown Lfri* Theater, robbed the manager ui4 cashier of the day's receipt*, and flefl. Police were notified when Man»Ker Fritz Thomas and his cashier, 18-year-old Barbara Cobb, brokt out of the closet in which the bandit had locked them. 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