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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - August 13, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseePoverty stricken romanians still have Hope of liberation by . Not to jul by Richard Togan Vienna of one of a collision at the intersection of Lamont St. And the Bristol Highway last night sent mrs. Beverly Musser 1328 Linville St., to the Hospital with undetermined injuries. When the truck and car collided the Gas tank on the truck exploded and caused the truck to be destroyed. The truck going North was carrying a Load of Hay. Holston Valley Community Hospital attendants said last night that mrs. Musser was not believed to be seriously injured. However the Hospital reported an examination by physicians had not been made and they could not determine How badly she was Hurt. The 1952 Model car which mrs. Musser drove was damaged extensively. The truck which had two unidentified occupants turned Over and burned after the crash. Talks sweeter but As Tough As Joe Stalin age was times he by James Marlow Washington his old1 age Stalin remained what he had always been a professional Tough Guy who grabbed what he thought he could get away with. His heir Malenkos talks sweeter. Stalin particularly in his old so stubborn that at looked unimaginative. Malenkos represents himself As being a Little More reasonable. But there s no evidence of any Basic differences Between the two men. In his Long speech to the supreme soviet last week Malen Kov never mentioned Stalin s name. Why perhaps to get Stalin out of the russian peo ple s mind and direct their at Tention and loyalty to him or to suggest a break with the past. At any rate As a result of his toughness and his stubbornness Stalin left his heir Malenkos with Gigantic headaches the North Atlantic Alliance and bad living conditions in Russia. When Stalin saw his Chance to grab the satellites in the chaos after world War ii he did it. Then his communist servants took Czechoslovakia from within. It was a Job which might have been done More gradually if he had been willing to wait. Because of his age he May have Felt he did not have time for such subtlety. More prob ably with America so poorly pre pared for War he May simply have Felt contemptuous of the speech to the supreme soviet last week that they Are deeply concerned about the North at lactic Alliance. Malenkos tackled it from Nali a dozen different directions in his talk. At the same time he made big promises of the Good things in store for the russian people this May have been bunk. But it was soft talk. It might help him with the russian people. Kentucky news Louisville by. The number of polio cases reported in Kentucky this year reached 182 the past week health department the state reported last year at this time 362 cases had been deaths. Reported with 32 Jung sport times thursday aug. 13, Euton Behari of thu

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