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Burlington Daily Times News (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Burlington, North Carolina In Eather fair and mild tonight and tuesday. Weather Roundup on Page ten a. Vol. 77�?no. 192 the daily times news times news service Call editor news advertising circulation Ca 6-1295 Ca 6-4417 Ca 6-4414 Ca 6-4414 Nea service Burlington n. A monday november 21, 1960 assc1ated press service Price five cents Johnson tells nato of Atlantic policies by George Mcarthur Paris i a vice president elect Lyndon b. Johnson Drew cheers today As he told legislators from Atlantic Alliance countries that the United states stands by president Eisenhower a Atlantic policies. Johnson said the u. S. Election in no Way was a a repudiation of president Eisenhower a support for the instruments of Mutual strength in Western the tall Texas senator was loudly applauded As he strode into the Assembly room of the parliamentary conference of the North Atlantic treaty organization. His vigorous bipartisan speech was frequently interrupted by applause of legislators drawn from All Over Western Europe and Canada. Johnson made a political tour of the Hall shaking hands All around at the conferences opening session. He strode across the Hall to warmly shake hands with French Premier Michel Debre who spoke just before Johnson. Debre disclaimed any attempt on the part of French president Charles de Gaulle to weaken nato. On the contrary Debre said it was de Gaulle a idea to strengthen nato by increasing the French weight in the organization. And Debre added nato is needed As much now As at its formation to years ago and the a a cruel menace of the soviet Union is As Strong As Ever. Speaking at the opening of the annual parliamentarians conference of the North Atlantic treaty organization Johnson made a vigorous bipartisan Appeal for a a new Long step toward a Richer meaning for the Texas senator told 200 assembled legislators from natos 15 countries a the voice of isolation is stilled in a a new generation of americans a who came to Early maturity fighting for Freedom on the Fields of Europe and the islands of the Pacific is coming to Power in the leadership of our land a Johnson said. A in their hearts is a determination to make the most vigorous use of America s resources and capacities to assure their children and the children of All nations a life without War a a future of Johnson stressed that he was speaking As a senator and not specifically outlining policies of the administration of president elect John f. Kennedy. However Kennedy read the speech when he and Johnson met last week in Texas. While Johnson s appearance Here had Long been planned he aware that the . Election had elevated its importance and that the speech would be watched especially by europeans As the first indication of the new administrations foreign policy. The speech indicated the Kennedy Johnson administration would be More receptive toward moves to expand natos influence beyond the military Field. A the Challenge before us is to add new dimensions to the purposes of our Alliance a Johnson said. A we can and we must together enlarge the Community of joint purposes to include new neighbors of the this could have been directed toward French president Charles last ditch Effort set in . Kasai ubis foes prepare final blockade Effort United nations . Up a foes of congolese president Joseph Kas Mvubu mounted a last ditch Effort today to keep the u. N. General Assembly from seating him and his delegation. But the Prospect was that the Assembly would vote to seat him anyway late today or some time tuesday. That would give the United states a Victory Over an asian african communist faction favouring Kasai ubut a bitter rival deposed Premier Patrice Lumumba. One experienced Diplomat said the vote to seat Kas Mvubu might be As much As 60-20 with 18 abstaining. A Day Long debate is expected and a special night session May be held. The first four countries on the speakers list a Yugoslavia Guinea Mali and Ceylon a have come out against Kas Mvubu. Kas Mvubu who came to new York two weeks ago to press his Case has said that until he is seated he will not state his at a pull on the devils Tail vice president elect i Ludo toward Concilia Lyndon Johnson a former printers Devil in Johnson tl0&Quot commission for the Congo. City Texas gives a pull on the a a Devil a Tail on an 18tha. Say a a Wavu a Century printing press after addressing the closing ses a Sion of the associated press managing editors Assoria Haljon commission non in Williamsburg a. Gus Kipper left master t0 carry out jul assignment o Printer of Williamsburg and Frank j. Starzel general peace among rival poli manager of the associated press watch the operation. Ticiano it others doubt that will a wire photo pro-. Party wins in japanese elections canaveral space shot is failure Mercury rocket was to carry space capsule Cape canaveral Fla United states puppets in Central America. J pm an attempt to launch warship move said criminal by Robert Berrellez Havana win cuban armed forces minister Raul Castro says president Eisenhower a dispatch of . Warships to the Caribbean is criminal and a unmasks Kennedy shift of studies Power by Marvin l. Arrowsmith Palm Beach Fla. 4v-the big task of shifting government control from the Eisenhower administration to the new democratic regime gets president elect John f. Kennedy a personal attention today. Do so. Guinea and Mali have said privately that if Kas Mvubu is seated see last on Page ten a tidal wave rips into Peru coast major speech set tonight by Sanford Kennedy arranged most of the Day at his Atlantic Shore Home with Clark Clifford his chief Liaison Man with the outgoing republicans. Clifford who served As special Lima Peru apr a tidal wave to confers Ruc Clow lying areas of Northern Peru sunday reaching As far As a mile Inland in some places. Two persons were killed and nine listed As missing. Dispatches from Chiclayo Cape an unmanned space capsule failed today. When the countdown reached Zero an escape Tower shot into the sky leaving the Redstone Booster rocket and the capsule on the pad. The 15h-foot Tower shot straight up into Low hanging Clouds and several seconds later plunged Back onto the Cape. The launching was to have been the first in the project Mercury Redstone series. The purpose was to test the capsule in a space environment. If Success had been achieved. A Chimpanzee was scheduled to ride a Redstone powered capsule Over an identical route within two months. Then if that was successful an astronaut was to take the same trip in february or March in the first . Man in space attempt. Today a capsule was aimed to go 130 Miles into space and drop in the Atlantic Ocean 220 Miles downrange. There was to be no attempt to put the capsule into orbit a the eventual goal of the Man in space program. Fifteen minutes after today a launch the National aeronautics and space administration announced a the escape rocket on a project Mercury space Craft ignited prematurely three seconds before a scheduled launching today. The escape Tower landed approximately 2.000 feet West of the launch state gof program outlined Morganton no. A re publican members of the state legislature have adopted a program Caling for increased teacher pay a $1 minimum wage court Reform lowering the voting age to 19 and a statewide whisky referendum among other things. The program came out of a meeting Here saturday of a majority of the 15 cop House members and two Republican senators of the 1961 legislature. The legislators also voted to publish and make available to All no r t h Carolina newspapers a weekly column giving the minority opinion of legislative matters. Following is the 13-Point legislative program announced by the Republican Headquarters Here aft counsel to president Harry s. I Tai of Lambay Eque province 650 Truman was picked by Kennedy Miles North of Lima said the shortly after his nomination last wave was preceded by loud to make a study of the ground noises. Some residents Southern school officials met Here problems 0f transition from one said they Felt Earth tremors today for discussions on ways to administration to another. An earthquake emanating from improve Public education. A Jeffor j bad study Well in. Peru was recorded on seism governor elect Terry Sanford Der Way when Kennedy won the the first major speaker will de nov 8 election. Since coif. Liver an address this evening in Ford has conferred twice with which he is expected to spell out president Eisenhower s goals in education for his admin Jaide Wilton b persons. A a a t Chapel Hill n. C. A was graphs in Japan. Chiclayo province is composed mostly of desert and coastal Plain chief where sugar and Rice Are grown. I the Waves battered the Small is ration. J obese conferences and the Ken parts Pimentel Laletas Santa Sanford a spech will be Preeo Nedy Clifford talks today will Bercsa san Jose and ten. A Tus de by a dinner which will hear climaxed soon by a meeting of and Small Craft capsized. An informal talk by or. James president elect Ani Eisenhowe earthquakes and tidal Waves b. Conant former president of it or for a top Jeves discussion 0f Are not uncommon on the Western Harvard University. Lbs change Over coast �ou1 american part of Conant will appear on a panel of educators and North Carolina sitting in with Kennedy and a ring ire i13&Quot wretches Clifford for at least part of the around 1 e r m Pacific but the younger brother of prime minister Fidel Castro in an angry speech sunday refrained from rattling soviet rockets As a threat to the United states. The omission was in line with a trend noted recently in speeches by other top figures in the Castro regime. The softer tone Lent weight to speculation that Moscow had nudged Castro to take the soviet Union out of the cuban revolutions frontline to preserve other soviet Irons in latin America. Premier Khrushchev himself said recently his rocket offer to defend Cuba was a a symbolic. The younger Castro told his audience of Petroleum workers that Eisenhower a order of last week made in response to requests by Guatemala and Nicaragua represented Quot a warning by Yankee imperialism to All the Peoples of latin America that it is not going to permit cuban style Castro said Cuba supports countries in revolt in latin America but he denied that Cuba had Given any direct military assistance to Ikeda has majority in voting Tokyo up a Japan a pro a. S. Ruling conservatives rolled Back to control of parliament today but failed to get the All out backing they had asked of the nations voters. The conservatives claimed their Victory was a Broad endorsement of the .-Japan Security pact and other close ties with the West their leftist opponents claimed leftist gains proved just the opposite. The nationwide sunday balloting that returned prime minister Ila Yato Lkeda a Liberal democrats conservatives to Power followed the same general pattern of elections in Japan since world War ii. It snowed a conservative majority battling a slowly but steadily increasing leftist minority. A Middle Road Appeal made by the democratic socialist party was crushed As japanese voters repeated their Sharp swing to the right and left. The communists made their Best showing in to years increasing their vote from 2.6 to 2.9 per cent and winning three seats. The vote came against a background of mob scenes in parliament violent demonstrations against the .-Japan Security pact and president Eisenhower a a cancelled visit to Japan. While or the meeting. Guatemala and Nicaragua. 1. Pro Union for the enforcement or h up t0 hem of truancy Laws. Said a is to preserve the revolt 2. A substantial increase in Tion Here which will be a great teacher pay even at the Cost of contribution to the final liberation increasing taxes reduction in the of All our Brothers of latin amen work Load of teachers and Addi rebels in the recent uprisings in party leaders played on foreign policy themes during the Cam hepa Ign regional and Domestic issues and personalities were As he is the second . Air attache expelled from the soviet Union in j. I a recent months. Newspapermen tuesday morning. Aids win prof Richard Neu a a in minister counsellor Edward i. Then he will deliver his main and s Adl of co Umbria University i the greatest recent Feaster was firs called Lac for in dress titled indu dual develop Neustadt is a specialist on the May in Southern Chile. The ment and the National need a problems of government Transi icily a Valdivia was almost wiped out by earthquakes and a 12-foot from his two advisers Kennedy Udal five. The City of Conception will get a list of some 150 top As a daid t damaged. Hundreds were killed and thousands air attache ordered out of Moscow Moscow maj. Irving t. Mcdonald assistant u. S. Air attache was ordered today to leave the soviet Union on a charge of conduct unbecoming a military attache. The russians accused Mcdonald of engaging in activities con tonal convention to modernize the Side red Here As espionage. Tion of clerical help for routine educational tasks. 3. Election of county boards of education by popular vote. 4. Continuation of compulsory Auto liability insurance with additional provisions to include those not presently covered. 5. Reapportionment of the legislature in accordance with the state Constitution. 6. Election Law changes particularly to repeal the Absentee ballot and to give parties authority to name party judges and members of the state Board of elections. 7. Court Reform including a provision that judges be elected by the districts in which they Are nominated. 8. Legislation to Call a cons Titu Castro a speech came Only hours Down always important. With �.11 but one of 467 parliamentary seats decided the unofficial count gave this break after the shooting of a Young . Embassy clerk by a cuban army Captain during a scuffle outside a Havana nightclub. Wayne Henderson 22, of Pasa Dens calif., a communications clerk in the embassy was seriously wounded saturday night. Henderson s condition was described As satisfactory after a 2-hour operation for the removal of the Bullet which entered his body near the hip. Cuban police said the shooting by capt. Jorge Robreno was accidental false Antithesis. The North Carolina school boards association will be holding its annual Delegate Assembly see Johnson on Page ten a i Here. See Kennedy on Page ten a i injured. The Gold situation-1 Europe has Power to Rock finances editors note president Eisenhower last week ordered emergency action to Stem the steady flow of american Gold into foreign hands. Frank Cormier experienced a Treasury department reporter and financial writer assesses the scope of the problem in the first of three articles on the Gold situation. Office this afternoon and told that Mcdonald must leave As soon As possible. Here it was supposed that the expulsion order was in retaliation for the arrest of Igor y. Melenk chief of the russian translation Section of the United nations in new York aug. 27. Melenk is accused of espionage. Mcdonald of Provincetown mass., was mentioned when the russians last August expelled col. Edwin m. Kirton of Palo Alto for one thing foreigners do so since sept. I the rate has risen since they would suffer too in Ruch business with the United to $4.7 billion. Since oct. I the the end t. A a state Constitution. 9. Lowering the voting age to 19 10. Increasing the state minimum wage to $1 an hour and the elimination of unjust exemptions. 11. A statewide referendum concerning the Sale of alcoholic beverages. 12. Tougher penalties for traffic violations particularly for reckless or Drunken driving. 13. A provision that no repetition of welfare cuts can be made after the adjournment of the legislature. Much states that they afford to Exchange All their dollars for Gold. Furthermore to do so would wreck their own finances because flow of Bullion has hit a Spe Tacu Why did millions of solid Ameri Kirton of Organ Zine a spa Appa. Lar annual rate of $5.9 billion. Can citizens run trembling to their compare this buying with the Banks after 1929? remaining . Gold Supply $18 putting it plainly they lost con the United states is the Comer billion of which $11.5 billion must Stone of the free world Economy by Law remain in government by Frank Cormier Washington a the nations of Western Europe now have it in their Power to Rock the american financial system any Day in the week. All that stands Between crisis and stability is an intangible called a a confidences a Confidence that the . Dollar will remain confided Cen in the Dollar. Perhaps a was Good As seven a lesser amount would turn foreign governments and their the tide citizens own about $18 billion of it is this possibility which last Uncle same a Money. Most of these week prompted president Eisen dollars Are owned by Western Bower to impose unprecedented europeans and Are deposited or restrictions on spending abroad invested in the United states. Theoretically All could be used to buy american Gold. Of All were used for this Pur Ratus and issued a warning against Mcdonald for what it. Tii said was similar activity. The of deice in to banking system it y s enl denied the it a was to buttress Confidence that a this does t mean however,1 hands As backing for part of the Eisenhower acted last week. He t Man that the current anxiety Over Money Supply. Wanted to show tile world that the my Donatic was on a Lour in Uncle same a persistent loss of it take Long to use up United states is aware of its Gold is misplaced. The simple the Cushion available for meeting problem and is not afraid to do fact is that foreigners could cause foreign orders. And once Uncle something about it that it will Southern Russia when the order for his expulsion was delivered but was expected to return to a major crisis merely by sex Sam had to turn away customers changing a relatively Small pro the Dollar would no longer be As portion of their dollars for Gold Good As Gold. In the Span of a few Days. Of course the buying rate of if foreign bought $1 billion of recent weeks May Slacken and . Gold in a single week this perhaps drop sharply would be taken As a vote of a no the Point is however that no one can foretell the future. The balding arithmetic of the present situation already has. Caused some International Uncer see Europe on Page ten a Moscow immediately to prepare to leave. City a annual report in times Nevis today included in today a edition of the daily times news is a special Dainty witness the frenzied specs tabloid Section of advertising which brings the annual report of Latten that gripped the London City of Burlington to its citizens. Gold Market Las month. The report covering activities of the City during the fiscal year under the military and foreign aids at this Point Large Gold Pur trom july �1 1959 t0 Jue a i programs. His aim was to Lessen chases Over a Short Span of time a i tae various departments. The number of dollars moving into would add to the existing Uncer this years report the first to be published As a part of the _ _ foreign hands dollars that could Dainty a would threaten to unleash newspaper was compiled by James p. Mcgaughey head of the dose Quot Uncle same a Quot Supply of bul be used to buy american Gold forces that could shatter the free Public relations and personnel department for the City assisted by lion would be wiped out. There is since july i foreigners have worlds financial system. Bill Howell of the times news advertising staff and Don Bolden _ a a a t 1.________a______ _ i j _ t 4 in _ ? it l i a. A t t-1. _ i _ i # ii a to. A nil Liberal democrats 296, socialists 145. Democratic socialists 16, communists 3, agrarian i independents 5. The five independents elected Are considered in the conservative Camp. J with 96 per cent of the popular vote tabulated the Liberal democrats had 22,106.738 or 57.8 per cent the socialists 10,468,245 for 27.4 per cent democratic socialists 3,319.026 or 8.7 per cent communists 1,098,687 for 2.9 per cent minor parties 134,311 for 0.3 per cent and the independents 1,096, 994 for 2.9 per cent. While the outcome gave Ikeda and his Liberal democrats a solid Victory they failed in their announced aim of boosting their House strength to 312. That would have Given them the two thirds majority needed in the 467-member House to carry out Long Range plans for amending the Constitution to strengthen the status of the certain quiet prevailed in this artly an emperor troubled deep South City today As ,va�?~1 Ronta Ikeda dissolved the it waited for a three judge Federal par1 lament a which his party court to Rule on school integration 283 seats and asked the Uncertain quiet hangs Over Orleans by Davi Zinman new Orleans a an in textile head Lites need of Industry Charlotte a j. M Cheatham president of the american Cotton manufacturers Institute called on fellow textile executives Here today to help change outdated Public attitudes toward the Industry. In a speech prepared for the greater Charlotte textile club Cheatham said the future for any american Industry depends largely upon the image it projects to the Public. The three Southern judges considered these paths of action 1. A school Board request to suspend integration until Federal state differences Are settled. 2. A Federal move to enjoin state officials and prevent their interference with school integration. A temporary restraining order now effective expires when the court rules. 3. A state motion calling for dismissal of action against Louisiana officials and the return of schools to their traditionally segregated basis. The motion stems from a rarely used interposition act which advocates say gives the state voters to return More than 300 Liberal democrats to the ruling lower House. The socialists who had 122 seats in the old House were resigned to a minority role and were buoyed by the final count. Saburo Eda socialist party Secretary general declared the socialist showing Means a the world situation is changing. We must turn toward neutralise and establish relations with communist the big loser in the balloting was the democratic socialist party which Matte an Appeal for a Middle course Between the collect government such a disaster is virtually impossible. Aug. I they have been ordering at an annual Pace of $4.1 billion. Dynamic or progressive Industry a he said. Cheatham president of Dundee Mills Griffin ga., said his colleagues Are concerned a that the Public considers the textile Indus at this Point Large Gold Pur a Quot july of 1959 to june of 1960, gives a Brief resume of the work Fri the Aniu fuated a plants and machinery poor working conditions and outdated management turning to the problem of in a a i ports Cheatham said complaints fortunately a news Sta. A ring Ari from textile interests Are creat. At the t in a run an impression of an Industry a move. And Why would friends for mailing to other cities and for the use of the City and chamber Ever do such a thin especially of Commerce in promotion. I see textiles on Page ten a there Are Many evidences that , schools closed for a the Public looks upon the Nutey. Industry As not a very modern of a lace reported a Calm weekend Power to use its sovereignty Security with the West line of a shield to Block the Federal in the conservatives and the some Teg ration order. Times Moscow pitched approach judge Richard t. Rives of of the socialists. Montgomery ala., chief judge of., the 5th . Circuit court of i appeals declined to say when the1 ruling would be handed Down. I while City and state officials i awaited a court decision new or-1 Only $18 billion of Gold in the been buying american Gold at the the soviet Union government a scoffers. Rate of $3.8 billion a year. Since Hasni to the dollars to attempt such several Hundred extra copies of the tabloid Are to be printed in Sharp contrast to five Stormy Days that followed the admission of four negro first graders to two White schools last monday. A financial squeeze was expected this week against the Money beset new Orleans school Board faced with a $2-million teacher payroll. The state was reported ready to Transfer $1.5 million of school Board funds from new Orleans Banks to state chartered Banks in Shreveport. That would put the Money beyond the jurisdiction of Federal courts in Case the government attempts to freeze the funds Hayato Ikeda a a. Wins vote

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