Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 16, 1972 · Page 10
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July 16, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 10

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 16, 1972
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10A--July 16, 1972 Sunday Charleston, W«tt Vlr»lrt!« FOLKSY Estonia: World of Its Own Within Soviet Union 9 s Gates TALLINN, USSR (AP)--Estonia is one place in the Soviet Union where \ o u can watch "Peyton Place." The American- produced serial comes in from Finland, and nobody is alarmed. Tallinn residents can readily pick up Helsinki by using an antenna and adapter. "Any shop in town will install it for you," a guide comments casually. Even so, the Finns, in view of "' ~ their special good-neighbor relationship with the Soviet Union, do not broadcast any programs that are blatantly anti-Soviet, There appears no need for drastic official action to stop across-the-border televiewing. Estonia, smaller than West Virginia, became a part of the Estonian. Even people who can speak Russian with ease revert pointedly to Estonian as an outsider walks away. The new Viru Hotel rises 20 stories a block away from the 600-year-old walls that mark this ancient port city. It was designed by Estonian architects, vast Soviet Union by Soviet de-| an( j j n general appearance re- cree in 1940, at the time of| se mbles modern hotels in other World War II. jSoviet cities. Details show a A blonde hotel clerk, with ajdifference. The Viru was built laugh, puts it this way: Estoniajby Finns. The door frames and is assimilating the Russians, not:windows, the wood paneling and vice versa/' jburnished copper flashings, the About a fourth of the 1.3 mil-!elevators and plumbing, the car- lion people of the Soviet Republic of Estonia are Russians. This peting and furniture are aD Finnish. The uneven and make-do capital city also has Soviet!work of many Soviet buildings characteristics-many buildings!' 5 nowhere to be found. Many need paint and repair. (technicians and builders who BUT TO THE v i s i t o r 'came to Tallinn to construct the f r o m Moscow. E s t o n i a !hotel returned to Finland with and Tallinn are markedly Es- Estonian wives. Finns were commissioned to build the hotel, one is told, whole adapts and takes care of republic's 3$ newspapers, the 29 itself. in Estonian have the vasftly pre- A construction crew of 300 ponderant circulation. an^eSe^lS/S^ *· **·«« **· * *»* the latert buildings is a model tion of mass choral singing. A kindergarten for 140 children of S stadium known as the Field of the collective's working mothers. The well-designed, spacious building and outdoor playground would win approval anywhere. *· A N O T H E R NEW STRUCTURE houses beauty shop and barber, dressmakers and tailors, all for the 4,100 collective members. For leisure time the collective has 39 singing, danc- Songs has been built especially for performance by choirs of thousands of voices. A visit to Tallin during a festival, when ing and instrumental music groups, including a "beat" band. Any suggestion that the Soviet embrace will crush Estonians'' rational character is denied by the republic's Communist party. ID cards. The first secretary, Johannes terminal, Kaebin, says membership is 80 paycheck per cent Estonian and does much to foster traditions. Of the clerk's confidence that Estonia will survive its Sovietizitiou-just as it survived German, Danish, Swedish and imperial Russian dominance in the past. "It's hard not to be Estonian in Estonia," she said. A New York firm lets em- ployes charge lunch with their ID cards. Placed in a data entry the cards deductions authorize by com puter to pay for the lunches bought on credit Man, 60, Jailed For Marriage To 9-Year Old KUWAIT (AP)-A «Vy«ar- old man was arrested Saturday for marrying * 9-yetr- old girl, police reported. Tn* man and the girl were not identified.: A statement said police had gone to the house to collect a debt. The man was arrested after the girl answered the bell saying she was his wife. Police also arrested the mullah Moslem priest who conducted the marriage and two Syrians who acted as witnesses. / WAREHOUSE C SHOE SALES ^J 1 1 2 C A P I T O L S T R E E T because the city's construction larity of language Estonians rate of foreign travel. Ionian in flavor. Soviet communism has a certain uniformity everywhere, but even this gift from Moscow has acquired Estonian characteristics. "Things work a little better here," people tell you. In the shops and on the streets the normal language is'especially visitors from neigh- land every summer month. If country NEW ARCHITECTURE RISES ABOVE TILED ROOFS Finnish-Built Hotel Towers in Background boring Finland. Finnish tourists that's so this among Soviet re-1 She had learned some Estoni- are common. Due to jhe simi- publics must have the highest' an and plans to make a serious workers were all busy else- have little trouble communicat- Estonia's planned economy is where. It appears also that tourist officials wanted a hotel of international standards to ac- study of the language. She admires the things Estonians do ing with them. geared into" that of the whole *- Soviet Union. Its farm products! for themselves. Cooperatives A TALLINN GUIDE estimates and fish, wood and manufac-iare geared to produce the win- commodate foreign tourists, and that 30(1-40(1 Estonians visit Fin- tures are sold throughout thejter greenhouse crops lacking in But while meeting planned deliveries, Estonia is also taking M o s c o w . The construction! collectives show concern for care of itself. their work A housewife who moved to! Like the rest of the Soviet Tallinn insists that supplies of j Union, one-time capitalistic Es- vegetables and meat and food injtonia is now organized into big general surpass MOSCOW'S. ! industrial and farm pnllwtivps "Really everything is better here," she confided. "Things are better built, better organized, there is more housing." One of the showpieces, the Kirov fishery collective outside Tallinn, gives a small-scale example of how the republic as a SENSATIONAL SALi LADIES'NURSES OXFORDS CHILDREN SANDALS BOYS MENS TENNIS SHOES BROKEN SIZES LADIES' FAMOUS BRANDS .AIR-STEP-RED CROSS-SOCIALITES . TANDEMS-COBBIES-COBBLERS . AND MANY OTHER FAMOUS BRANDS... MJOO 6 MEN'S BOSTONIANS-NUNN BUSH $ 15°° K GALPERIN MUSIC CO; r~^^ RECORDS ONE GROUP OF L. P. ESTONIANS ON PARADE IN NATIONAL COSTUME Natives Have Not Been Assimilated bv Russians $ III The Bank of St. Albans St. Albans, W. Va. Statement of Condition As of June 30,1972 Resources Cash and due from Banks U. S. 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