The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1955 · Page 10
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PACT TEN BLYTHEVILLH (ARK.V COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER T, INI U. S. Is in Awkward Position In Dispute Over Mongolia By WILLIAM L. RVA.V AP Foreign News Analyst The United States has been backed into an awkward position in the United Nations !n the dispute over Outer Mongolia's claim to U. N. membership. The dispute could be part of i process to make the whole Chinese representation question blow up in American faces. . process Nationalist China, in the U.N. •eat claimed by the Chinese Communists, threatens to veto a package deal on the admission of U.N. members because that package include* the Mongolian People's Republic, a Soviet satellite. The United States opposed the Mongolian application too. But now the United States is in the position: of having to try to persuade the Nationalists not to veto in the Security Council a deal which majority of U.N. members want to go through. Such use of the veto would be ammunition in the Communist campaign to drive the Nationalists out of the U.N. Abstained on Vote The United States got off one hook by deciding to abstain in the voto on Outer Mongolia's application. It got onto another hook with the Natinalist Chinese threat. The government of Chiang Kai- shek recognized the Mongolian People's Republic in 1946, shortly after the Chinese Republic and the Soviet Union signed a treaty of friendship and nonaggression. Bu the next year Mongolian troops invaded the Chinese province of Sinkiang. China, protesting to the Security Council, accused the Russians of instigating an aggression. After that the Nationalist Chinese changed thir minds about supporting Outer Mongolia for U.N. membership. The picture has become extremely complicated. In 1946 the United States backed a package deal which would admit Mongolia. Th Soviet Union blocked it. Now the Soviet Union supports a package Russian privileges in Outer Mon- deal which Ihe United States reluctantly accepts. . The Soviet Union is making propaganda for the point that the United States .found Mongolia qualified for membership in 1946. But this propaganda does not mention the Nationalist switch. That might provoke discussion of the 1947 invasion. Puzzled About Attitude Some diplomats seem puzzled about the United States attitude. But it seems possible that Outer Mongolia, once a source of friction between Chins- and both Czarist and Communist Russia, could well be between Feiping anc golia. Once entrenched, the Russians fomented an independence movement and Czarist moved in. After the Russian revolution. Soviet forces seized control of the nationalist movement there. In 1924 the country was proclaimed a people's republic, first nation to pattern itself on the Soviet model. A Soviet-Chinese conference that year agreed the. Russians draw their troops, but the Russians stayed and next year crossed into China's set off Versatile Girl Now in Movies HOLLYWOOD (£»)—A 19-year-old girl who can fly a plane, assemble an automobile and has been & model is officially launched yesterday on a contract movie career. Janet Lake, as a minor, had a contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio approved in Superior Court yesterday. She starts at $200 a week and the contract has options over a seven-year period which would increase her salary to Sl.OOO a week. Miss Lake, born Janet Mary Lenkey in Norristown. Pa., is also capable of doing secretarial work and once considered sociology as her life's work. She was modelling in troops New York when an M-G-M talent scout saw her picture in an adver- that again Moscow. The Mongolian People's Republic, 31 years old last week, is a creation of Soviet Communists bul the way was paved by Czarist imperialism. It is even more satellite of Moscow than — say — Bulgaria. Lying between Soviet Ce~tra! Asia and China, it is a landlocked area more than twice the size of Texas. It has little more than 100,000' people, 85 per cent of them nomadic herdsmen. The country long was a target of Russian imperial ambitions in northern Asia. Long: before communism took over, Russia was colonizing: areas which once were Chinese and now are Soviet republics in Central Asia. Independence Movement After the Russo-Japanese war in 1905, the Russians agreed with the Japanese on recognizing special Negroes Boycott Segregated City Buses in Montgomery MONTGOMERY, Ala. tfl—A boycott which cut Negro patronage of city buses by about 85 per cent was In force again yesterday and •bowed signs of continuing eVen> longer. Police investigated a report by Manager J, H. BagJey of the Montgomery city bus lines that a small- caliber rifle bullet struck the rear of a bus last night in a Negro district. A hymn-singing Kcgro throng estimated by police at ,5,000 shouted approval last night when spokesmen urged them to continue the boycott in protest to segregated transportation facilities. The Issue was brought to a head by the arrest Thursday of Rosa Parks, 42, who refused to move to the rear of a bus. She was fined $14 yesterday for violating a state law requiring Negroes to sit in the rear of buses. Later she was released in,$100 bond after announcing she would appeal the fine. The crowd at the mass meeting Vtst night shouted approval of a resolution which said the boycott would continue until bus patrons are no longer "intimidated, embarrassed and coerced." Negro spokesmen said a "delegation of citizens" is ready to meet with city and bus line officials in an effort to develop a "satisfactory and equitable" program. They dm not indicate if they might settle for anything short of an outright end to segregation in city buses. 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