Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on June 2, 1955 · Page 9
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 9

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, June 2, 1955
Page 9
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Russian Leaders Differ From Stubborn Joe Stalin West Gets Good Look At Them in Yugoslavia By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON CT) — The Kremlin's present rulers seem to be trying hard to show they're different from their old boss, stolid, stubborn Joseph Stalin. th« rnay go far to explain why Hie Russians of late have been acting moderately and even cooperatively, as they did in letting Austria have independence. Thev probably figured it was time for a switch, that they cculd catch more flies with molasses than vinegar. Stalin was a real Vinegar Joe. Reached Dead End He got Russia into a dead end. With his inflexible harshness he forced the Western allies into re armament and unity, the last thing Russia wanted. Three of the top Russians, • ing Yugoslavia under the eyes of Western newsmen, act like go-get New Magic Guide adjusts air flow to dny shape room *9» ting businessmen admiring a competitor's establishment. They examine a Yugoslav fac tory and commend the amount of cement that was used to build It. They say publicly their own Rus sians depend too much on steel. Their performance to date — in public — has been a combination •isiting firemen, jolly good fel lows and cousins to the Yugoslavs. Nikita S. Krushchev, Russia's Communist pary boss, gaily explains to an Associated Press re porter why he talks so fast: "lAlt is short. Live it up." While their flat tire Is being fixed, Khrushchev and Anastas I. Mikoyan, deputy Premier, have a friendly wrestle in the fields in full view of onlookers. If the West has obtained clear insight from the visit of Khrushchev, Mikoyan and Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin, its this: See the beautiful new Frigidaire Room Conditioners Frigidaire Thrifty Twin models are TWIN POWERED for local weather fnsrde a Frigidaire Thrifty Twin are two separate eoefmg systems. On moderately hot days and at night use }ust one for complete comfort— and save up to 14 the cooling cost When temperatures soar, use Oflly power. "Great Grcie Cooling" gets all the air into all the room regardless of window location. 354 Only 95 New, compact Frigidaire Super Models fit casement windows, too Unique step-down design permits easy installation 'm casement windows without expensive alterations and without blocking out light. Fits into space of just one pone of gloss. 14%' wide, 10%' high. Cools, filters, dehumtdifies, ventilates. Quiet, dependable Meter-Miser mechanism. sucio-a* S22P Built ond becked by General Meters IChrushchev is the real boss of Russia. This was the first chance West ern observers have had to see these leaders in public day by day an in varying situations watch for signs of leadership. It was Khrushchev, head of the Russian Commlnist party, and Jiot Bulganin, head of the Russian government, who did most of the talking. Stalin, fixed in his ways, moved ahead by plunging forward like a Dull. He never seemed to mange. And almost every time he moved made new Western enemies. That sardonic, seldom-smiling man must have been hard to take, even bv his intimates.. There can be no doubt Khrush K chev and the others want precisely | •hat Stalin wanted : a (jommunisi | oi'.d. The difference between Sta lin and his successors is not in aim but in 'actics. The new Kremlin men are trying to appear better natured and more reasonable. If in that way they can soften up the West and weaken the alliance, so much the better for them. If it doesn't work, they haven't lost anything. It's possible the Russian leaders have decided that a hydrogen bomb war would mean disaster for everyone and that therefore they had "better try to get along with Wesl without war. although still not abandoning their long- range goal. But that has to be demonstrated by their future actions. They haven't done much more than talk yet. It's possible they've decided me obvious uici-ator type, iike Stalin, is old fashioned and has to be replaced by smoother methods. Five of the major rivers of New England originate in the granite hills of New Hampshire. Railroad Roadbed to Be Offered CHICAGO (£) — A ribbon of land from 25 to 85 feet wide and tending intermittently 37 miles near the shore of Lake Michigan will be offered for sale shortly after July 25, it has been announced. It is the roadbed of the Shore Line Route of the Chicago, North Shore & Milwaukee Railway which plans to run its last tram line on that date. The land extends from the northern edge of Chicago at Howard street to the southern edge of Waukegan, interrupted here and there where the tracks run on village streets or in grade separation cuts. value was put on uia iana, company officials said, since it probably would be sold in parcels and the price would depend on the intended use. The railroad is abandoning the shore line with the acquiesence of J DEPARTMENT STORE W n ***** h . ... ejections s S\.EEVELE|| BLOUSES I :^rlade P°r'" -^mdpo""" alU{ es>o0/ i ^ \ No-Iron D^?r . featured *onderM ^° »» launder aod i 1, i:;k styles'- Coio» R l v . sizes 5* w „ the Interstate and Illinois Commerce Commissions: The company laimed it was losing a half-nv.l.ion dollars a year on the operation. You can "stretch" whipped cream by adding the white of an egg and beating with the cream. m ft SHORTEST TERM Shortest length of time sarved by any president of the tmited States was the term of William Henry Harrison, the ninth president, who served only one month, being inaugurated March 4, 1841, and dying April 4, 1841. 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