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Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - July 15, 1960, Ogden, Utah TEMPERATURES Boise 98 65 Butte 87 46 Chicago 65 56 Denver 88 60 Las Vegas 109 77 losan -98 51 Los Angeles 85 63 Max Min Max MIn 65 Phoenix 107 78 Pocatello 95 54 97 53 Salt Lake City 100 65 San Francisco 59 52 St George 105 70 Spokane 90 59 W Yellowstone 86 44 THI WEATHER Continued not today Saturday High 100 low 48 Fair hot today day High 105 low 56 Associated Press United Press International AP Wirephoto OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY EVENING JULY 15 EXport 80th Year No 176 5 CENTS Tonight Congo Action Enough Says Not Khrush NO OTHER COURSE U.S Fed Up With Khrushchev Hard Words Supplant Soft Line BEARER Sen John F Kennedy of his acceptance speech tonight at on the platform will be running ma t e Lyndon B Johnson Senate from Texas Color wirephoto by AP Murray L Rested Nominee Works To Heal Party's Wounds LOS-ANGELES UPD Sen John F Kennedy today was ing a presidential nomination speech he hoped would NAMES IN NEWS SI i 91 L to New Queen Of Universe Lovely Linda Bement Miss Universe of 1960 returned to her Salt Lake City home today with a royal come in store Miss Bement accompanied by her parents will fly from New York to Denver by United Air Lines today They'll be met at the Colorado capital by Marlon W Bement Utah aeronautics di- who will fly them to Salt City in a private plane The plane is scheduled to land at the Salt Lake Municipal port at p m A host of dignitaries including Gov George D Clyde Salt Lake Mayor J Bracken Lee and F Gerald Irvine president of the Salt Lake City Chamber of Com- merce will be on hand to greet Linda Plans also call for a parade from the airport down Main Street Actress Ruth Ro- man yesterday filed a suit ing to annul her four-year to booking agency executive Budd B Moss Actress Helen Hayes has returned to the Roman Catholic faith Miss Hayes in an interview published in the Sign a Catholic magazine told how she had given up Catholicism when she married Charles Arthur 1928 MacArthur died -in 1956 seven their daughter Mary died of polio INDEX TWO SECTIONS 22 PAGES Cemies Editorial Obituaries Theater Log SB Woman's clinch southern support and also mollify ruffled feelings of some northern liberals His speech tonight in An- geles Coliseum will be a final con- vention effort to cratic perennial South rift which was reopened by northern resentment at his choice of Sen Lyndon B Johnson of Texas as his vice presidential running mate After his first relaxed evening in many days the nominee was working today like a candidate who still had the nomination to win Sandwiched into his ing schedule were meetings and semipublic ances of one kind or another DINES PRIVATELY While his selection of Johnson to run for vice president was being ratified last night by a dutiful con- the protests of some of the dined i vately and quietly with members of his family and a few close friends were Mr and Mrs Joseph P Kennedy his sister Pat and her husband movie actor Peter ford his brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Robert F Kennedy and three family friends Mr and Mrs Paul Fay of San Francisco and K L Billings of New York He booked a late morning meek ing today with the Kentucky gation a session with Pennsylvania Gov David L Lawrence and a meeting with Alaska Gov William Egan before attending a buffet luncheon for the Florida delegation Kennedy also scheduled visits with Rep William L Dawson 111 and a group of Illinois delegates plus a meeting with the West ginia delegation He will leave Sunday morning by commercial jet airliner for Boston to begin a rest the family home at Hyannisport Mass on Cape Cod Kennedy's expectant wife Jackie remained there ing the convention Teamster Hoffa Silent on Ticket DETROIT AP James R fa Teamsters Union president declined comment today on the Democratic convention selection of a ticket for the No- election Hoffa has been at odds w II Sen John F Kennedy and his brother Robert F Kennedy since Hoffa was one of the targets of the Senate rackets investigating committee Truman GOP Allows M CHICAGO AP Republicans today hailed their own national chairman and Democrat Harry -S Truman as prophets who have been honored by fulfillment of their predictions GOP convention arrangers stated Their chairman Thruston B Morton had asserted on June 30 that it appears a deal has been made for a ticket at the rigged Democratic National Convention and Everything ry Truman said tion being rigged has come true for the Republican issued a statement uting Morton as the only major political figure in either party who publicly predicted the Johnson ticket in that order MOSCOW AP Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev declared today the United Nations resolution on The Congo may not be enough He said the Soviet Union is ready to act to halt the aggression there if those states which are carrying on direct aggressions against The Congo do not stop their criminal measures This was disclosed in a sage from the Congo's President Joseph Kasavubu and Premier Patrice Lumumba The Soviet news agency Tass quoted the Con- go leaders as messaging K h r u- yesterday We will be compelled to ask for intervention by the Soviet Union if the ern camp does not desist from aggression In his message Khrushchev spoke of the U N resolution ar- ranging for a U N force to go to The Congo The Security Council did a ful thing in adopting a resolution calling for the withdrawal of the Belgian troops from the Congo MAY TAKE MEASURES If the aggression continues in spite of this decision the Soviet government declares that the necessity would arise for both the United Nations and those loving states which sympathize with the Congo to take more the message said If those states which are ing on direct aggression against the Congo do not stop their criminal measures the Soviet Union will not hesitate to take decisive ures to halt the aggression Khrushchev's warning followed an earlier caution against intervention by the Western nations in the Con- go He said Monday Western tries led by the United States were trying to reimpose a colonial rule Congo less than two weeks after it received ence from Belgium By John M Hightawer WASHINGTON AP The United States under heavy Soviet pounding has abandoned its policy of seeking businesslike negotiations with Moscow and is switching to a tough strategy of its own Evidence of this change is ready becoming apparent It will be fully developed at the United Nations next week when the United States and the Soviet Un- ion join charges and of threats to world Secretary of State Christian A Herter and his top aides are re- ported to be preparing a massive verbal assault on Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev's activities since he torpedoed the summit conference at Paris two months ago FED UP President Eisenhower is de- scribed by officials here as fed Editors the United States and the Soviet Union prepare to clash next week in the United Nations ington is switching to a strategy in dealing with Moscow tress diplomatic reporter John M Hightower reviews State Department moves which reflect development of the new policy up with Khrushchev's incessant campaign of accusations against the United States He apparently feels that Khrushchev's hostile policy leaves no recourse except to strike back hard Two moves by the State ment yesterday reflected the de- new tough line The de- announced a note to Moscow calling off indefinitely scheduled for next day on a air transport agreement between the two countries This step was blamed on re- cent Soviet actions and ances which the department said have poisoned the sphere for negotiation At the same time the ment issued a new warning to Khrushchev to keep his hands off Latin American countries Cuba It denounced him for old claiming that the Monroe Doctrine of cans is out of date and for trying to the treaty covering the American naval base at Guantanamo Cuba With the shelving of the negotiations on a U Soviet air agreement the question has arisen here whether the among the United States Britain and the Soviet Union on a treaty barring clear weapons tests will be con- at Geneva State Department officials said Washington has no intention of breaking off the nuclear test conference and they doubt that Moscow will do so This power negotiation therefore stands as the only important ex- ception to the general collapse of East-West diplomacy NORTH ARLINGTON N J and local police scooped up one of the largest gambling hauls in New Jersey history when they raided a vate home and confiscated in cash last night A widow was arrested and charged with permitting policy operations numbers racket in house Her son was later arrested and charged with ning a policy operation The raiders entered the home of Susan Kaiser 64 with a search warrant They found the cash in a metal box in an stairs den Adding machines records and account books were seized Later police arrested Mrs Kaiser's son Harry 45 the owner of a Jersey City bar LOS ANGELES UPD Sen Henry M a Washington state Lutheran with Jack Kennedy's boyish look has only to say yes to become the new Democratic national chairman succeeding Paul M Butler There was every indication that Jackson would give presidential nominee Kennedy his formal today The national committee meets tomorrow morning to formalize its new membership and elect the new chairman Democratic tradition has dictated in modern political history that the party chairman be a Catholic The tradition dates back to James A Farley who forged the powerful New Deal political organization un- der Franklin Delano Roosevelt But with Sen John F Kennedy as the party's first Catholic nominee since Alfred E Smith the chairmanship will go to a Protestant STUDIES OFFER Scoop Jackson who looks far younger than his years announced that he had been offered the manship by Kennedy and was considering it The only reason for delay friends said was that Jackson wanted a chance to study the effect the tional duties as chairman a presidential campaign would have on his senatorial office and its staff as as his constituents He said that if takes the chairmanship being vacated by Butler it probably would be on basis Small Contingent aches LEOPOLDVILLE The Congo Some stores reopened and Con- today delivered the irst token detachment for the in- military force ordered ay the Security Council to the chaotic Congo to help restore der Maj Gen Henry Alexander Brit- ish commander of Ghana's small army and a small detachment of his troops set up headquarters in a downtown hotel to roars of approval from hundreds of Congolese ered outside All we are trying to do is to get everybody to put down arms and not to do anything ish or anything spokesman said The commander of the U N force Swedish Maj Gen Carl son von Horn leaves Jerusalem by plane today for the Congo bringing with him 11 military advisers of various nationalities 5 radio and 5 security guards Tunisia dispatched an advance party of six police officers last night The North African country said it would send 500 soldiers Bunche said yesterday he ed perhaps troops by early next week from Ghana Tunisia and Mali U S Air Force planes were ex- to start landing at ville Airport with the first part of 300 tons of flour President hower Thursday ordered sent to the new African nation TENSION EASED Arrival of the first tiny de- seemed to create a new and more relaxed atmosphere Long lines of Belgian refugees in auto- mobiles still waited to take the ferry across to Brazzaville but there was an easier air about the city STANDOUT SURPRISE Senate Leader Put Convention on Ear LOS ANGELES AP Sen ticket but didn't offer it to him Lyndon B Johnson 51 the Texan House Speaker Sam Rayburn who is the Democratic leader of the Johnson's fellow Texan and Senate stood out today as the big time political mentor was opposed surprise of his party's 1960 to Johnson's running for vice L dent fearing it might be a dead The surprise was not that his bid end for him politically for the presidential nomination failed it was that he is SLIPPED AWAY coming out of the convention as Johnson apparently let Kennedy the vice presidential candidate know this because a short time Few expected that he would later Kennedy slipped away to cept second place on the ticket burn's nearby hotel suite In the even were offered to him end Rayburn was won over but though he had never slammed the not without some reluctance door on this possibility After seeing Rayburn Kennedy But there he was in the glare of returned to his own hotel suite the convention hall Thursday night where Gov David L Lawrence of after his saying I Pennsylvania Gov Michael V Di- am proud to stand beside and to Salle of Ohio Carmine DeSapio of stand behind the next President of New York and other party leaders the United who played a major part in What had happened after nomination were gathered 43 Massachusetts senator A decision was reached that had soundly trounced him in the son would strengthen the ticket the battle for the presidential most Other possibilities such as Stuart Missouri The sequence of events as pieced Sen Harry M Jackson of together from Johnson and from ton and Gov Orville L Freeman the of Minnesota were discarded Word of the decision was relayed other sources in and out of Kennedy was Thursday morning Kennedy went to Johnson by telephone but it was to Johnson's suite and they talked few minutes before the news over presidential possibilities was made public shortly after 4 Kennedy sounded out on p.m that the Texan had agreed to collected peacefully at their of employment to get their midmonthly pay Belgian troops were still in con- trol of the city and had fanned out over a large part of the country to Belgium had given ence only two weeks ago Belgium has more than diers in the Congo including holdovers from colonial days by agreement with the new republic and others flown in when the disorders broke out after ince The resolution authorizing the special force calls for their but top Belgian said only the additional men sent since trouble broke out would be pulled out of the country The they said would be pulled jack to the bases retained by after the Congo was given The Congolese government of resident Joseph Kasavubu and Premier Patrice Lumumba faced a renewed threat from the rich of Katanga whose cial assembly last night approved secession from the central ment and demanded recognition of all countries as an independent territory DOOR CLOSED Provincial r e m i e r Moise warned the United Nations that the task force being rushed to the Congo would not be admitted to Katanga He cabled headquarters in New York that all was quiet in the vince with the aid of Belgian troops and invited Bunche to visit ga and see for himself how ful things are here With Belgian troops in virtual control of Leopoldville Lumumba and Kasavubu left by plane day for Stanleyville 775 miles northeast of Leopoldville amid speculation they were preparing to set up a new capital But two hours out of Leopoldville the Belgian plane crew said their radio had de- a technical fault and re- turned Takes Step To Quiet Rebellion By Jack Bell LOS ANGELES John F Kennedy formally the Democratic nomination tonight with party liberals ing his endorsement of Sen Lyndon B Johnson as his running mate In a dramatic but highly tional decision yesterday Kennedy compromised with the political realities of a threatened Southern bolt and wheeled in Johnson the majority leader of the Senate as his vice presidential nominee The Massachusetts senator thus took a practical step toward ing a growing Dixie rebellion But he reared in return some protests from party liberals who felt they had been influential in his place and deserved ter of their efforts than a vice presidential date Kennedy could placate these dis- senters however with a liberal speech tonight and choice of one of this group to ceed Paul M Butler as the party's national chairman Sen Henry M Jackson of Washington was tabbed as a leading candidate for this job There was one report quickly denied by both the Kennedy and Johnson camps that Johnson was chosen at his own insistence report came from John S Knight publisher of the Knight newspapers in a copyrighted story he wrote for his newspapers Pierre Salinger Kennedy's press secretary described the report as completely and absolutely untrue ASKED ACCEPTED Sen Kennedy asked Sen son to run and Sen Johnson Salinger added In a statement issued later through his office Kennedy self described the story as and absolute fabrication with no basis in fact I visited Sen son at approximately Thursday morning Thereafter after consulting leaders of the Democratic party around the try I asked him if he would cept the position of the vice dency The subject matter was brought up completely on my own initiative A spokesman for Johnson also said there was absolutely nothing to the story Subsequently Knight said he had been assured by Robert F the brother that made no call on Johnson prior to John F Kennedy's visit to the man he had beaten That was the reported meeting at which Knight's sources said the Johnson arrangement was initiated Naturally I accept his word that See page 2A column 1 ACCEPTS Sen Lyndon B Johnson and his wife Lady Bit ct are all smiles as the Texas fc Ull tO MW j taking number two on the accept the No 2 spoton the ticket tor call to vice Still Won't Jake No 2 GOP Spot Rockefeller Says NEW YORK Nelson A Rockefeller sent out word again today that under no conditions would he accept a Republican for vice president He made the statement through an aide in response to a question about whether he might now be amenable to second place on the ticket in light of the ation by the Democrats of Sen John F Kennedy of Massachusetts for president and Sen Lyndon B Johnson of Texas for vice dent Rockefeller at work in his hattan office declined to comment also on reports that a draft move for him has rallied support from 194 convention delegates outside New York Rockefeller after withdrawing from an active race with Vice President Richard M Nixon for the presidential bid left himself open to a draft but said he wouldn't most of the Latin-American ike to Seek 500 Million For WASHINGTON The ad- ministration was reported today to be planning to ask the August sion of Congress to authorize a special Latin-American loan fund which could range up to 500 million dollars The proposed fund would launch President Eisenhower's announced new aid program for Latin co It would open up an entirely new field of loans for housing and land resettlement Details of the program including the amount are still under dis- cussion Agreement is expected by the time President Eisenhower returns from bis Newport R -I vacation MAY BE DELAYED If authorized at the August sion a request for appropriation of funds probably would not be made until the new Congress meets next January Under the program the United States would make long-term lar loans which could be able in local currencies i Direct grants would not be involved ex- cept in special circumstances Projects which the fund would seek to finance would vate housing as well as larid re- settlement The land could from the large public tracts held by take second place tions
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