Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 22, 1957 · Page 31
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 31

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 22, 1957
Page 31
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Wednesday Evening, May 22, 1957. LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Russia and Red China Split Over Satellite Relationship There are indications that a big split has developed between Red China and Soviet Russia on the proper relationships between Communist countries. It has been known for a long time that Wladyslaw Gomulka, the Polish Communist leader, has received strong and perhaps decisive support from Red China in his fight against Soviet domination. It now appears that Mao Tse- Tung has warned Soviet leaders that they had better recognize the right of East European countries to handle their own affairs if they want to keep out of trouble. Dispatches from Warsaw, the But the Chinese leaders have consistently supported Gomulka, who managed to win a great measure of independence from Russian'domination because —unlike the Hungarians—he'succeeded in keeping antt-Russian feeling under control. Gomulka's position was materially strengthened last January when Chou visited Poland. Last month. Polish Premier Josef Cyrankiewicz paid a visit to Peiping, the Chinese Communist capital. At that time, Mao accepted an invitation from Cyrankiewicz to visit Poland in September, incident to a long-set visit to Moscow. Polish capital, indicate that Go- Cyrankiewicz obtained from the niulka regards Mao and Chinese Communist Premier Chou En-lai as h is chief supporters against any new attempt by the Russians to set Poland back under Soviet domi'.iHion. Chinese leaders a new endorsement of Poland's bid for independence. Apparently as the result of Cyrankiewicz's visit to Peiping, it | has now been disclosed in War- Mao sent a message of warm, saw that Chou made a speech congratulation to Gomulka at the last February in which he openly time of the Polish revolt last Oc-1 condemned the Russian interven- tober. ,'tion in Hungary. It was disclosed also at that In that speech, Chou said that time that Mao and Chou strongly Russia must expect further re- disapproved of Russia's brutal j volts in Communist satellite coun- suppression of the Hungarian re- j tries if it tried to dominate their volt. Later, they half-heartedly said that Russian intervention was justified because the Hungarian revolt was inspired by "imperialists." affairs. Chou also said that Communist governments individually m u s't give more freedom to their peoples. Soviet leaders have reason to (tkf£>&%«r True Life Adventures L-OOK OUT , BEL-OW / - Two School Board Members to Be Picked By Council June 3 Two new members of the school board will be selected by the city council at its next meeting June 3 at the city building. Newman Gee is completing a three-year term and Earl Ottinger is finishing a special one - -year term. Both are Democrats. ' Other board members .include: Don'O'Neill and-Ed Jasorka, Republicans, and Wayne Schaefer, Democrat. O'Neill has two more years on the board, the other two terms will expire next year. 5-22 CH0" WiU D.WICX Tiodudio* WoriJ.Ri £ hll Rttttrtd THE PREVINO BEETLE, LIKE THE ANT U<ON1,USES THE H01-E-INI-THE-eE<OUNt7 TK1.2K FOK SNAK1MS ITS INSECT <3AME. WITH THE BEETLE, THE HOLE \G F<3K <iONiiEAl_MENT ON1J-/. w<i Spdiur*. be worried over the attitude of the Chinese Communist leaders. Ma and Chou are the top men in the biggest Communist - ruled country in the world. Red China has 600 million people, three times the number of those in the Soviet Union. Red China was long regarded as a sort of Russian satellite. That this idea was completely incorrect became evident at the time of Josef Stalin's death. It is now rec ognized. that Chou regards himself as the equal, if not the superior, of any Russian as an authority on Communist doctrine. Royal Center Daily' vacation Bible school will be held from Monday, May 27, to Friday, June 7, at the Caley church west of here on road 16. Mrs. Agnes Byers passed away Sunday morning at the Dodt nurs- ing home. She was 88 years old. The body was taken to Francesville to the Querry funeral home. Mrs. Olive Jones spent the'week- end with Mrs. Flo Dodt. Walter J. Smith called on Mr. and Mrs. Murle Feltis Sunday evening. Mrs. Cecil Martin and Mrs. Harlan Schmaltz spent Tuesday in South Bend. Mrs. Eleanor Martin is a patient at Memorial hospital, where she underwent surgery last week. The E.U.B. mother and daughter banquet will be held Friday evening with a covered dish dinner. Mrs. Bertha Pufahl has been quite ill at the home of her daughter, Mr.s. Elmer Schmaltz. Alfred Harvey is sufferinrvg from an injured knee, and is getting about on crutches. The Women's Progressive > club will observe its anniversary and Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Sere* guest day at the regular meeting at 2 p. m.. Friday in the library. A marriage licence was issued to Ray Keesey and Stella Sprinkle of Galveston Jast week. Mrs. Nellie Boyd returned to her home at Warren, Ind., after visiting her cousin, Mrs. Ralph Martin, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Schmaltz, Elmer Schmaltz and family, and Mrs. Carl Morphet spent Sunday in Illinois, where they attended a wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fox and Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Fox of Markle, Ind., called on Mrs. Nellie Seward at the Dodt nursing home last week. Mrs. Vera Conn of Monon and her daughter, Ruth, of Ft. Wayne j called on friends and relatives here recently. Mrs. Louise Crow is spending a few weeks in Peru witli her daugh- I ter-in-law, Mrs. Raleigh Crow. The American eel is the only fish that lives and grows in fresli water, but goes into the salty ocean to spawn. 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