Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 26, 1973 · Page 32
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32 Cfctesbuta ftegi§ier*Mail,,,Go !esbUffl >..!!!t Thursda¥>Juiy^26, 1973 Ulbrictit's Sickness Demonstrates Changes Inside Communist Society By PHIL NUWSOM UPt Foreign News Analyst The micm illness of Walter ftorffft Ntw» Commentary Ulbrtdtt, tlie Communi* bloc's last link with Stalinism, serves as a reminder of how far even the Communist world hasgive turned in the last few yeare. Communism remains a totalitarian and an alien philosophy in the free world but even in its closed society where human freedoms are sacrificed! on the altar of the state the leadership has been forced to demands of the people for a better life. Thus today the name of Walter Ulbticht or :©f an Antonin Novotny of Czechoslovakia or an Ana Paukef of Romania no longer oast a shadow of fear at their mere some ground the mention. make waves with your own waterbed (complete kits $29.95) come in and ask our experienced advice . . . calico monday & friday 10-9 Saturday & weekdays 10-5 78 so. seminary, galesburg phone 342-2212 Some party leaders such as Janos Kadar of Hungary and Edward dierek of Poland even have managed to win a degree of popularity. Ulbrlcht Retains Stature The cult of personality in which Ulbrlcht basked at the peak of his power long since has been abolished and the Walter Ulbricht Stadium has been renamed the "Stadium of World Youth," Nonetheless, his stature in the party remains such that his successor as Communit party First secretary, Erich Honecker, paid a special visit to his sickbed. tie retains his largely honorary title of chief of state. In the savage struggle for power in the Communist world during and immediately after the Stalin era such a thing would not have been possible. it has been a slow process. Imre Nage was hanged for Avon Improvement League Adopts New Set of Bylaws AVON—New bylaws were adopted by members of the Avon Improvement League at a meeting July 18. The general organization will meet four times a year; previously the schedule had called for monthly meetings. Committees will meet independently of the main organization. In other business, John Elder, Bill Eyre and Thietje Hunt were named to a nominating committee. A league spokesman said the organization will continue to cooperate with the Avon Junior Woman's Club to improve the public park along Main Street. The organization also plans to develop more types of recreation before attempting to establish a community center. Members of Avon Rebekah Lodge 100 appointed pro tern officers at a meeting July 20. They are Mrs. Cora Brown, vice grand; Mrs. Bessie Singleton, warden; Mrs. Jessie Woods, conductor, and Mrs. Hazel Hallbick, inside and outside guardian. Mrs. Nora Paull, Abingdon, was selected to be recommended for Distriction Association 11's deputy. William D. Hosking, Detroit, Mich., spent last week with his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bell, Mrs. Maude Bukingham and Mrs. Anna Reihm, all of Avon. his leadership role in Hungarian revolt of l&6. tMm Standards L »#er But Alexander Dubcek who sought to break the Soviet hold Oft Czechoslovakia in 196ft still lives, end not behind prison bars. The improvements are not the,uniform throughout the bloc. The soviet Union, despite the smiling face put on by Soviet party leader Lennid 1. Brezhnev on his recent visit to the United States, remains the most closed arid suspicious of outside influences. * Living standards do not approach those reached by the East Germans, the Czechs and the Hungarians. 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