Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 26, 1957 · Page 33
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 33

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 26, 1957
Page 33
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Wednesday Evening, June 26, 1957. MONKEV MONOPOLY. Reds Demand UN Buildup Be Cancelled North Korean General Protests Decision to Abrogate Armistice Agreement PANMUNJOM, Korea, (UP)— The Communist high command I demanded today that the United Nations cancel its decision to build up armed strength in South Korea to match that of the Eeds in the North. North Korean Maj. Gen. Gen. Chunk Kook Rok also declared, "null and void" the Western Allies' decision to abrogate that part of the armistice agreement freezing the armed strength of both sides at what it was when the fighting ended. The military armistice commission meeting then recessed for 30 minutes. The first session lasted SO minutes. Maj. Gen. Homer Lhzenberg of the U. S. Marine, senior Allied representative, told the 'Reds last week the U.N. Command w.:s .03- jet bombers and fighters, import-: True Life Adventures Polish Premier Gomulko May Gain New Prestige UN A <s>Kour> of ASIATIC MACAQUE MONKEVS A set-p-APFoiNTEP DICTATOR. WILU APPROPRIATE THE 'FOOP UPFW ANP T7BMV IT TO THE __,. HE'S UUST MEANER/ Polish "independent" Communist Leader Wladyslaw Gomulka may .win a new and important victory soon over Communist Rus- ;ia.. It has been announced that Chinese Red Leader Mao Tseung, on one of his very rare rips abroad, is to pay a state /isit to Poland accompanied by Chou En-lai, his premier. Dispatches from Warsaw quote well - informed sources as saying Mao intends to pass through Mos- sing out the arms freeze ~ f WIFE SUES ACTOR ?d hundreds of modern Soviet - —- -. :i HOLLYWOOD (UP) — Aclor the agreement because the Com- tanks and constructed a chain oi |Cameran M-tichell 38 has been munists had "flagrantly and »;l- 20 or more air bases above the sued tor separal? maintenance by Mrs. Johanna Mithcell, 40, on fully" violated it in building up 138th parallel. their own armed strength. The Allies made it clear they The handsome North Korean]would match that arms build up general, his voice crisp, read a ; by bringing in swarms of jet figlit- 15-minute sttement protesting the L T . N. action and denying the Allied charges, it was no military buildup, Chung said, .since "we have only been engaged'in peaceful construction in North Korea." Allied intelligence said the P.eds Damage and injury claims paid had beofed up the armed forces.by the Arkansas Highway Depart- in North Korea by 100,000 men,-j mcrH in 1955-50 amounted to built up a force of more than 70o!$171,2I4. er and' bombers capable of carrying atomic bombs. Chung .said today this was part oi" "United States policy to prepare lor an atomic war". cow on his way without topping lo confer with Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin and Communist Party Chief Nikita S, Khrushchev. It is said also that the Soviet government tried to induce Mao to visit Moscow first but that he refused. An Open Snub There can be no doubt that the Russians will keep trying to get Mao to change his mind. If Mao insists on visiting Poland, and visiting Moscow only on his way home, It will mean that he is administering an open snub lo Soviet'leaders. Polish 'Premier Josef Cyrankie- weicz invited Mao to visit Poland during a trip he made lo Communist China, in April. It was taken for granted at first than Mao would stop off in Moscow on his way. Later, the word was that Soviet leaders had tried to get him to do that but that he refused, on the ground that the Polish invita* tion came first. Originally, Mao's visit was set for September. Last week Warsaw reported Mao would be there for the celebration on July 22 of Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thirteen Poland's "national day," the anniversary of the adoption of the new Communist constitution in 1952. Delay Cause Unknown Now it is said Mao may not arrive until the end of July, or possibly in August. Whether this may mean the delay is of routine nature or that Mao is reconsidering his decision to give Hie Polish visit priorty there is no indication. But Mao, Gomulka and the Soviet leaders undoubtedly are keenly aware of the importance which will be attached to Mao's decision, one way or the other, throughout the Communist world. WALLET RETRIEVED MUSKEGON, Mich.—After reporting loss of his wallet containing $433 to sheriff's deputies. Charles Hutchins decided to search the dog house, occupied by the family's pup, Penny. The slightly chewed wallet—and money—were there. He bought Penny a steak. LOOK, NO HANDS SIOUX FALLS. S. D.-Citizcns rushed to help when they saw two cars collide in the middle of a street here. However, it turned out to be two driverless automobiles. Save on One-Stop-Shopping for All Vacation and At-Ho me Fix 'N' Fun grounds of cruelty after 16 years, of marriage. 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