Foreign News: RUSSIA SCORES ONE ON COMRADE TITO

THE friendly hug of the Russian bear almost squeezed the breath of independence out of Yugoslav President Tito last week.

At Moscow's Dynamo Stadium, First Party Secretary Khrushchev, straw hat perched precariously on his egg-bald pate, volubly told a crowd of 75,000 that Western friendship for Yugoslavia had been based only on 1) the Soviet Union's conflict with Yugoslavia and 2) the hope that Yugoslavia would return to capitalism. Khrushchev's speech, underlining hostility to the West and stressing the unity of the "Socialist" camp, gave a sharper edge to Tito's prepared address. What Tito...

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