The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 6, 1956 · Page 14
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BLTTHEVILIS (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MARCHJJ.19W loans Friendship Offensive In W. Germany Has Bogged Down By BRACK CURRY BONN Germany (AP) — Valerian Zorin, Russia's new ambassador to Bonn, has some hfld news for the Kremlin. His friendship offensive in West Germany has. bogged down. ta the light weeks since he set foot on German soil, Zorin has been the target of withering blasts in the press. Foreign Office officials treat him with icy politeness. Dn 3rd Anniversary of Death Stalin Near Forgotten Man The nation's largest political party has warned him that 'Bonn is not Prague" and no weak Benes heads the German state"—a pointed reference to Zorin's masterminding of the Communist coup in Czechoslovakia. The government has bluntly told him that more than smooth diplomatic talk will be needed to establish German-Russian understanding. Zorin, a deputy foreign minister before his assignment to Bonn, came here cocky and bouucy Now, one diplomat says, "Zorin is terribly unhappy and very dis- _appointed. He has been amazed at the bad press he has received in Germany." The' Russians, in a Moscow broadcast, particularly objected to stories alleging that Zorin's embassy is tapping governmeni wires. Zorin's feverish activity to of German life has come under attack. The influential Frankfurter Rundschau commented, "For many people, Zorin's activity is the typical behavior of the subversion expert he allegedly revealed himself to be in Prague In 1948.' ' However, German officials still are frankly uneasy over the whirlwind pace of Zorin's activities. Until his arrival, thev had dealt only with envoys of friendly Western nations. West Germany had no diplomatic ties with any Soviet bloc state. But now, here is Zorin, planning lavish parties, popping up to visit officials and—it is rumored- sending out his lieutenant for secret chats with important industrialists. Zorin has imported two delegations of experts from -Russia to visit German plants and discuss possible orders for equipment Everywhere Zorin himself goes, he talks of the "great advantages" Elephant Skirts— For GOP Women LOS ANGELES (ff)—Pour California delegates en route to the national conference of Republican j^veu iuijii a icvcuo" n^,".. ™ women were wearing skirts of .white make friends in various phases | poodle cloth trimmed with a waltz•— -" D -•--!-—* ing GOP elephant. Scattered around the jolly jumbo are red and blue stars. Mrs. Ganell Baker of Pomona, head of the GOP-skirted quartet, said she hopes other Republican women's clubs will adopt her idea of selling the skirts to finance Republican campaigns this year. An elephant skirt, jeweled, will be a gift to Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower, Mrs. Baker said. of a West German-Russian trade paot. What is behind Zorin's feverish activity in Germany? Foreign Office officials believe he has three main aims: 1. To create in this crucial cole war area a reliable listening post that can report to Moscow absolutely dependable information. 2. To watch for any weak spot that may develop in the German governmental structure. 3. To promote political dissension. Survives Long Stay in Bathtub BOSTON (#)—Mrs. Stella Crowley, 72, today was found to have suffered no ill effects after spend- .Ing 39 hours in a, bath tub. She became 111 while bathing Friday night and was in the tub untt Sunday when her daughter, Mrs Mary Hawkins, found the doors locked on her usual Sunday visit The daughter called fire fighters, who entered the house and helped the elderly woman into bed Mrs. Crowley's only complainl after her rescue was: "I'm hungry." LONDON (.«—Joseph Stalin was an all but forgotten man In the Communist wond yesterday on the third anniversary of his death. Soviet newspapers, which seldom miss a chance to remember such historic events, ignored with studied calculation the man Communists the world over had exalted as a demigod during his 25-year reign. In early broadcasts Moscow radio made no mention of the anniversary. It was more concerned with shortcomings among party workers on collective farms. Reds in Soviet satellite countries seemed contused in the Kremlin's destruction of the myth of the man who had brought many of them into power. A few leaders have joined in the repudiation of Stalin, but more are being extremely cautious, taking no chances on another switch in Kremlin policy. For many the echo of their own words haunted them. Just, three years agn Italy's Com- name." Yesterday TogliattI was in Moscow where he had seen the new Kremlin leaders put an end to the Stalin legend during the recent Communits party Congress. Just three years .ago German Communists mourned Stalin In the words of the East Berlin Nacht Express — "Our best friend has departed." On the eve of the third anniversary of Stalin's passing, East Ger nmnyV Communist party chiet Walter Uubricht denounced the dead dictator and declared, "One cannot count Stalin among the classics of Marxism." munist chief Palmiro Togliatti paid tribute to the departed dictate as "a giant whom the whole world will never forget." Togliatti predicted: "An entire century will be identified with his Quick Relief that Lasts! /» PILE PAIN Thornton-Minor Ointment is ft complete formula with special ingredients to relieve itching, burning, pain and reduce swelling. Goes to work instantly; lasts for hours. Proved clinic formula— ointment or suppositories, $1.00. 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