Final figures submitted to the United Nations Commission by Korean election officials show that in Korea's first election in her four thousand years of written history per cent -- or almost -- of the persons who had registered cast their ballots.
Korean Mission Here Warns U. S. Of Red Conquest if Our Aid Fails; Spokesman Says Their Republic, Lacking Armament and Economic Stability, Would Be Swiftly Overwhelmed
Korean Mission Here Warns U. Of Red Conquest if Our Aid Fails; Spokesman Says Their Republic, Lacking Armament and Economic Stability, Would Be Swiftly Overwhelmed
U.S. Advisers in Korea Troubled By Trend to Centralized Authority; Suppression of Democratic Aspects of Rule Alienates Vital Segment of the Political Center in Situation Similar to China's Liberals in Government Judiciary Purged Regime Controls Labor Group
SOUTH KOREA POLL BY BOARD ORDERED IN LITTLE ASSEMBLY; U.N. Vote of 31 to 2 Overrides Objections to Elections in the U.S. Zone Alone CANADA MAY QUIT GROUP Holds Step Unconstitutional Under Charter -- Communists Cause Riots in Seoul U.N. POLL ORDERED FOR SOUTH KOREA
26 -- By a vote, the United Nations Little Assembly called on the Korea Commission today to go ahead with the setting up of a national Government despite the Russian closed-door policy in the northern part of the country.
LAWS ON ELECTION IN KOREA STUDIED; U. N. Sub Group Will Compare Codes of the Two Zones With Assembly Recommendation