Independent from Long Beach, California on February 1, 1960 · Page 13
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Red Chiefs to Attend Russ Meet By PRESTON GROVER MOSCOW W) -- Communist premiers, party chiefs and high-level officials of the Eastern Camp moved on Moscow Sunday for what has been billed as an agricultural conference. But with such big brass taking off for Moscow, the only presumption possible is that a high-level conference is shaping up. This seems roughly the equivalent of the Atlantic conference held by the West in Paris last December as a preparation for the East-West summit meeting in Geneva next May. There has been a busy exchange of information among Western embassies since the governmental level of the delegates coming here became known. * * * * ALREADY here are Gheorghe Gheorgiu-Dej, Romanian party chief, Chiyu Stoica, Romanian Premier, and Enver Hodaxa, Premier and party chief of Albania. There has been no mention yet of Wladyslaw Gomulka, Poland's Communist chief, although unofficial r e p o r t s from Warsaw said he was probably on his way, too. Radio Moscow indicated; Janos Kadar, Hungary party j j chief, and Premier Ferencji Muennich, were en route as I well as Walther Ulbricht, Communist party chief of East Germany and the East German Premier Otto Grotewohl. * * *' * T H E ANNOUNCEMENT that an agricultural conference was being held here beginning Feb. 2 was made last week. But there are several obvious reasons for a more important East-bloc summit conference. None such has been held since the date o f j | the East-West summit meeting was set nor since the NATO conference was held in Paris. FREDDY by RUPE ...YEP.MOM I FOUN' IRLSARE O WELL? IH SO UAD YOU'VE FINN.LY LEARNED THrXTl v-t^ |JL JUS' PUSH 'E* OVERTj A Bit of Erin ior U.S. Bar CASTLEBAR, Ireland iff) -- immy Kelly, a tavern owner need the problem Sunday ol how to get a real old Irish ottage to Washington in ime for St. Patrick's Day. Kelly got the rush export rder from his nephew, Mati eane, who is to open a ta r ern himself in _the U. S capital. So Kelly put a carpenter to work making crates to hole WANT AN EXCITING VACATION Personally Escorted 9-Day Tout HAWAII .,,,, 361" Indodlcr Roinf Trip Air Firi stones, timber and thatch taken from the old homesteads of the Kellys and the Keanes in nearby Kiltar- shaune. "It's going to be a headache, said Kelly, "but March 17 should see the Washington (Aaverllscment) Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarraaatd by loose fal» teeth flipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat. talk or laugh. Just eprlnkJo a little PASTEETli on your plates. This pleasant powder gives * remarkable Beiitse of added comfort and security by holding plates more firmly. No gummy, gooey, pasty tnsto or reeling. It's alkaline (non-acid). Got PASTEETH at any drug count* INDEPENDENT--Page B-5 Long «e«eh, Cillf., Monday/ Fib. 1, KM Irish drowning the shamrock in a genuine little bit of heaven." (Advertisement) Do You Need More Sleep? · What happens when yon don't get enough sleep? 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