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Â· Trouble Bubbles Behind the Iron Curtain 7i Â·UiSMtwtllwMilUisioaadsoM* ! effctrscrellitet. YÂ«gostarcrii ead *r M purges aed artcaipl p*rgiÂ»g sweeping out from Mcsccw supports f hex i Â£#3 : SWEDEN".- Se* expected to show rnÂ«Â«iTnitt strt*Â£tfc | vo*t*g, despite Reds'wo mMf j tfcot eBH-redkal v*tt would "affect FiMisii rtietioM U. S. S. RJ IGERMANY] deck*, vatcfcuM Yugoslav Â·tikfw OLANDI Geraca Red leader demands purge of "dnrersioiusts" from party. Issues call to arms against "underground acthity" of onri-Montitt Socialists. IB Hungary, CP gets drastic hcusecleoning. Central Committee wants party adherents Mt to stray horn Moscow Itae. ' \ -, Communist crisis in Balkans Sparked by Comintern's denunciation ofTifo regime. ' Tito retorted bitterly and fueled the fire by proposing Yugo-Bu!garian-Ajbcnian Federation--a union which Moscow scoldingty rejected when Bulgaria's Draitrov offered it in January. PROPOSED BALKAN FEDERATION BULGARIA Purge of prominent Romanian "Communists reported. Their "crimes" the same as those cited against Marshal Tito. Cominform headquarters believed moved from Belgrade to Eucbarest. Bulgarian Reds approve Comin- forra denunciation of Yugoslavic. Yago Communists blast Bulgers for endorsing these "unprincipled lies." Bulgarian Premier Ccorgi Dmitrov is Tito's rival for Balkan leadership. "TURKEY- GREECE Yugo-Russion split may benefit Greece. Yugoslavia, under Moscow direction, recruits, arms and trains Red guerrillas to fight in Greece. Yugo-Russion collaboration is essential to any sustained offensive by Greek Red forces. Map highlights fast-moving developments in Russia's bloc of East European satellite states, following the Comintern's startling action in reading Marshal Tito and Yugoslavia's top Communist leaders out of the party.- They Have It In Japan, Too--HCL, That Is . n toe Â° kTO ^ V^te before the Japanese Diet building demonstrating against Japanese yea has just been officially set at a new low-- 270 to tie dollar. Appointment in Warsaw Smutch of Buildings Totter in Fukui Quake V seven-story department store leans sgainst another onildinffTlcft, in the business section of Fukui, as passersby offer first aid to a victim, right foreground, during the series of earthquakes per cent of the city. More than 10,000 were.beUevcrl dead and seri- injured Md^SOO.OMLJgf I homeless. UN Flag Flies From American Ship The News. Frederick, M*., Saturday, July li, IMf united front Vs. Soviet Blockade of Berlin Marking the firs: time it has flown fro.ti an" American ship, the flag ol the Ur.sted Nations flutters below the Stars and Stripes in Haifa harbor. The fiags are flying from an American destrover. 1 anchored in the ancient Palestine port. (Photo by NEA-Acme' staff correspondent David S. Boyer.)/ * Hitler's Auto Now Just a Used Car Christopher G. Janus, managing director of a Chicago importing firm, waited tsro years for a new car, without any luck. Finally, he accepted a car from Sweden in payment for a shipment after Sweden clamped down on exporting dollars. It turned out to be Hitler's custom-built, ornate Mercedes-Benz, in which the Fuehrer rode in parades. It*s shown being unloaded in New York. Watch Out for That Chow Hound Jce_creani's avrful nice oa these dog days, two little Woodlynne, Afo Surprise President Truman smiles broadly as be reads a newspaper clipping about the latest Eisenhower statement during a brief stop-over in Cincinnati, O., on his way back to Washington from Bolivar, Mo. Bat for newsmen he had uo comment. His top aides, however, said that the statement came M.HO (surprise to the President. . ., . ..,..,-.; ... _s!-s... , . . ^a* 5 _ . ,,,jif _ . ._ Ponderlnr the next move In an attempt to break the Russian blockade of Berlin as they walk to Â» meetinc in the city arc Lt.-Gen. Sir Charles Keichley, British commander; William H. Draper, Jr, Undersecretary of the Army; Gen. Lucius D. Clay. American military governor, and Li.-Gen. A. C. Wedemeyer. Army chief of plans and operations. The Russians withdrew from the Allied Kon- marulatura, but the western Allies said it would be continued on a three-power basis. Indians' No-Hit Trio When Cleveland Indians' pitcher Bob Lemon, center, 27. pitched his 2-to-O no-hitter against the Tigers in Detroit's Brigrs Stadium, he became tlie first major leagner to do It this year. Here, ht joms the ranks of the Tribe's no-hit stars. Don Black, left, who got his last year, and Bob Feller,"^ who tossed his second no-bitter in 1046 after his first in 1940. ' Irgun Attempt at Gun-Running Fails munilion aad illegal imm igrants sr.to the Holy Land. Ohio Valley Governors Sign Sanitation Pact After signing the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Compact in Cincinnati, O., the governors of s*ven states chat informally. Seated, left to right, are Gov. Thomas I. Herbert of Ohio, Gov. CI*r-, ence W. Meadows of West Virginia, Gov. Earle C. Clements of Kentucky. Gov. James H. Duff of Pennsylvania, and Gov. William M. Tnck of Virginia. Standing, left to right, are Hudson Biery,Cincinnati, chairman of the conference; Dr. Leonard Scheele, surgeon-general, U. S. Public Healthf ^Service;_Goy. Ralph F. Gates f Indiana; and Gov. Dwigrht Green of Illinois. Gov.,=TJiÂ«Â«mÂ»* g,j lEWSFAPESr NEWSPAPER!