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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - July 23, 1951, Albuquerque, New Mexico Partly .cloudy today, and tomorrow with occasional afternoon and evening thunder ihoweri. VOL. 29, NO. 94 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, JULY FOR STRKE DUTY Red Troops Demand May Be Withdrawn UN ADVANCE BASE BE- LOW KAESONG, Korea, July 23 (UP) Nations 'ceaiie-flre nccotlatora return- ed 'to thin base today amlc Indications thnt the Reds may back 'down on their demand for Immediate withdrawal of UN troopn from Korea. Vlct-Admlril C. Turner Joy four olhor memben at the UN team landed In llvt from Seoul to lUnd by for ninth meet Inr with Communlnts, Saturdiy until 11 Wednet- (8 p.m. Tueidiy MST) to Civt time to reconilder (lllei1 rut refUMl to the wlthdrtwul of UN troopi from condition of nn armlitlce. Joy meed to the receu. but Mid UN would be ready to looner If Commuitlitii deilrtd, Bridie A flmit enne tudiy through the itwl ulrdvri uf the linjln Jllver puutua bridge uvwr which the UN puny nur. arouM un the WHY tu It tore OlMoot gup In the but the bridge would be open tomorrow. Chief UN nngotlitor Joy two other of the MiJ. Oen, Li. C. Itoar Adm. ArleUh Burkei, iprnt weekend In Tokyo conferring with UN comminder Matthtw B, Kldjrwey. den, Henry I. Hodei and South Korean Oen. Pak Sun Yup, ether two allied rtnuljud In Swul, The Chineia Communltt mouth- piece in Hong Kong, the peper Kung auggeited that Communlita may with- draw their demand .for with- drawal of "foreign" troopi from Korea ai.part of an armlitlce. Aithoufh Pelplng and Pyong- yang. the Communlot capitals, re. Showers Forecast Today, Tomorrow got a couple of showers late ytsterdiy and more of nn been pre- dicted for thli afternoon and evening. And more showen can be ex- pected tomorrow, loo, the forecaster said. hot weather also will continue, he added. The rain'-measured only .01 ol an Inch at the Airport, but Neth erwood Park got ,00 and the Low lands got a heavy shower also. Several communities got a good soaking Clayton got rain while Tuciim- carl got .7.1; Raton, ,83; d Ion wood, .111; Carlsbad, .2ft, Lai Yegas, .0, andSocorro.il. temperature -reached peak
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