The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1947 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 2, 1947
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1947 _BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Lower TSie Iron Curtain Tito's Police Refuse To Pass Newsmen With Visas Into 'Free State' !5V EDGAR CLARK United Press Staff Correspondent ^.-TRIESTE, Oct. 2, (UP)—The Yugoslavs have lowered the "iron curtain" over the 60 per cent, of Ihe Free State of Trieste they occupy. I ; 1 took a taxlcab ride south of [Trieste city yesterday with Robert jComvay of the (New York) Dally jjfews. 'The ride showed that the jdistrlct o! the free state run by [Marshal Tito is just like a part r,f ; There is small difference: It con- ;tauis more heavily armed troops and ;tinks than a comparable area, of •Yugoslavia. In the town of Capo ID'lftrla, we saw eight light tanks |in i. parking lot filled with trucks ;the Yugoslavs -got from the U.S. [and Britain in days of better re- ilations. • Hundreds of Yugoslav troops Iwalked around with tommygims in jtheir arms. The number of troops ;in Ihe town could not be estimated, (but it seemed to s'.varm with them. ; We couldn't get an Italian taxi [driver to take us from,Trieste into ;the Yugoslav district. A fat. Jovial [Slovene. Mario Zaicham, who said [Italians "are all Fascists and afraid •Tito will get them." agreed to take us. Armed With Passes Armed with American - British D3-=,=es supposedly good lor all of ffie free Elite and with ralid visas Xfif Yugoslavia. \r c headed for the ., 3Btle Morgan line." II is 18 mites - fiayth of Trieste City and separates tfit- American-British occupied part pfcthe free state from the Yugoslav gptupied part. ;j British soldiers glanced at our credentials and waved us on with a knovtn; lock toward a Yugoslav 'road block 50 yards away. Yugoslav gendarmes, the so-called popular defense police who are supposed to be citizens of the free state, met -ILS. They were dressed in uniforms cxsctiy like the ones Tito's polke jye-pr in Belgrade. We arsurd with the gendarmes for 35 minutes. Our passes weren't right. No. it didn't matter that they were for all of the free state. Our Yugoslav visas didn't make any aiffcrrnce cither. / Wlm nhoul the traffic, passinj tiy from the Yugoslav sone Into the American-British zone? Why. those <l'Rie local residents "witiv the pro- Eer Yugoslav blue• .pass with little red line:;. 1 ' .' The taxi driver came to ouir rescue. H° said he wanted to go to near Capo d'lstria to check our Yug :slav par-sporls. A .gendarme cjjlcd, Capo ti'Jotria on a. German (jjjci telephone to see whether it wn.-, all r I gin. :.;.' >' Another., gendarme g'ot In Ihe t'">;i .with us anil we rode, -a couple of iiniics to Capo d-Istria: The roads wore lined with communist flags. Slovene Hags, Yugoslav flags, and replicas of the Italian national flag with o big red star in the center. Comhientlani "Sorr.y" The Yuso:-Iav town commandant iii Capo d'lst.-ia said he was sor- : . ry, but our papers were not in or: ' der, our Yugoslav visas invalid and the "free territory" would stay di- Tidcd into zones until a governor Vas appointed. : 'The commandant said to go back to the Yugoslav military mission in Trieste to get the proper passes lor the YuEoslav zone of the free state, A different gendarme than the one who had come with us climbed into the taxi to see that *'e went back to the border. On the way back to the "little •Morgan line" ive saw more troops alone the road than \ve were going in the opposite direction. There were loaded buses going southward. . marked "Flume - Zngrcb-Belgrade- Skoplja," all towns in Yugoslavia. It appeared there was no restriction on traffic from the Yugoslav lone into Yugoslavia. Attorneys Seek Change of Venue For Mclaughlin HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. Oct. 2.— (UP)—Forni*r Hot -Springs Mayor Leo Mclaughlin was preparing today to continue his fight to avoid being tried in Garlanc. Cou.«y Court on charges ol misconduct in office. Both McLobghlin and his attorneys indicated yesterday that they will file a motion for a change of venue when court convenes Monday morning. Mclaughlin 'explained that Hie effort to change the scene of the trial would be the result of what he described as the '•hostility" of cflunty officials toward liiin." And he indicated that if the motion Is denied his attorneys will take their third appeal to the Supreme Court. Said Mclaughlin,, "Every officer of Garland County and of the When we cot back to Trieste, wa went to the address where the commandant said we would find the Yugoslav military mission. We found a lieutenant' De Mayb. a member of the Yugoslav war booty commission, who ?airl he knew nothhiR about any credentials. He took our name. 1 ! and said he would forward our applications for passes to the Yugoslav zone to Belgrade. N. Carolina Educator Gets Mediation Task WASHINGTON. Ocl. 2. lUP> — President Truman yesterday appointed Dr. Frank P.iGiaham', prcs. jdent of (.he University of Nortn Carolina, as u. S. representative on the United Nations committee on the dispute between Indonesia and llhe Netherlands. The committee was created vvtun the UN tendered the good offices ol the Security Council to assist the Indonesians and the Dutch make peaceful settlement ol their dispute, | Garland Circuit Court is bitterly ( hostile lo me and aJix^ous lo soc me completely dcslroyed." Read Courier News Want. Ads. Pcmiscot School Funds From State Are Apportioned C.ARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. 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