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Canberra Times (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory National Library of Australia Juo Volt for to Day before you begin get Sood counsel then Laving do Cidad act promptly. Sallust. Insist on Lucas genuine spares Canberra Auto Braddon . Phones ji500. J1618 8 Lonsdale St tories gain in Early Jap. Polling new York sunday . Pro Western conservative candidates soared into an Early Lead to night in the first returns from Japan s eighth election since world War ii american associated press reported from Tokyo to Day. The re election of the foreign minister or. Zen Taro Kosaka and former Premier or. Nobusuke Kishi were among the Early returns. Police at Hitachi City Northern Japan to Day re ported they had found the body of an election Campaign worker hanging near the Tomb of his ancestors. Violations police said he was reported missing after he was questioned about suspected elec Tion violations. Tokyo police reported that up until yesterday 827 cases of election violations involving 1,630 persons had been detected. Of these 267 were detained for questioning. Another 26,686 persons received warnings. I getting along slowly London sunday a. . Sir Winston Chur chill in bed with a Frac tured Small Bone in his Back was still getting along slowly a member of his staff said last night. Sir Winston who will be 86 in 11 Days fell at his Home on tuesday. He has been confined to bed Ever since. Big arms build up in Cuba Washington sunday .-Reuter the United states claims that Cuba has received at least 28,000 tons of arms from the soviet bloc including tanks automatic weapons Field guns and eight Jet fighter planes. A state department state ment released Over the week end called Cuba s army the largest in All latin America. The department accused the communist Powers of contributing to tension in the Carrilean by burdening the cuban Economy with excess love arms purchases and by supporting the aggressive policies of cuban prime minister or. Fidel Castro. At least 12 soviet ships have delivered arms and am munition to Cuba since july the official . Statement Laid. The most recent was a vessel which unloaded approximately 6,000 tons of arms on november 7." the statement reported that or. Castro had built up an armed military Force 10 times bigger than the Force of the former cuban president Fulgencio Batista. It said the cuban militia Jow totalled More than 200,000 men. . Probe american elections Washington . The , has Wen ordered by the Justice department to investigate complaints of alleged voting fraud in the presidential elec Tion , reported Friday the Republican National committee announced it was sending representatives to eight states to take a close hard look Atixhe election results. The inquiry would remade in Illinois Texas mis Souri new Mexico Nevada South Carolina new Jersey Tod Pennsylvania All car tied narrowly by the presi sent elect senator tabulation of votes a . Shows senator Kennedy 34,020,063mr. Richrad nixon.33,819,535mr, Nixon virtually Clinch Alaska s three electoral Mes yesterday As counting1vt Absentee ballots gave him a majority with More half the state s 5,000.wentea votes counted . May Cut or end Laos Aid Washington sunday . Reuter United states officials say that their government May decide to reduce or end its Aid programme to Laos if the neutralise Premier Prince Sou Vanna Houma Falls under control of the communists he has decided to bring into the coalition government. The United states has been giving the Dollar equivalent of �16,000,000 Sterling a year in Aid to Laos. Prince Souvanna s state ment that he planned to come to terms with the local communists Patchet lao and accept Aid from communist China is regarded in some circles in Washington As an attempt to Stop any support for general Thoumi Nosa Van. British French and other Western diplomats say the United states is pushing the neutralise Premier of Laos Prince Souvanna Houma into the arms of the communist dominated Patchet lao movement american associated press reported to Day. United states support for the right Wing rebel regime of general Thoumi Nosavan the diplomats say has left Prince Souvanna with no alternative. The american support they maintain has helped Gen. Thoumi to expand the territory under his control and to attract to his Side some of the country s top men. The United states and its Western allies have disagreed on a policy for Laos since the last pro american government was overthrown about three months ago and replaced by Prince Souvanna s neutralise regime. The . Has continued to recognise the Souvanna government As the Legal govern ment of Laos but it also supports Gen. Thoumi s rebel regime which is uncompromisingly anti communist. European Powers. Represented in Vientiane favour All out support for Souvanna. They maintain that six years of anti communist government in Vientiane have failed to dislodge the Patchet lao and a neutralise policy holds the Only Hope for peace in Laos. Defence pact with Nigeria Lagos Nigeria sunday .-Reuter an Anglo nigerian defence agreement which gives Britain the use of airfields in Nigeria was passed by the House of representatives yesterday de spite a bitter attack bar the opposition. The opposition Leader chief Awolowo led the at tack declaring that in the event of War it would mean that Nigeria would become deeply involved american associated press reported. The agreement apart from the use of airfields and limited facilities for British forces in Nigeria provides for the training of nigerian troops in Britain predicts new measures next March. Melbourne sunday by next March the govern ment would have to impose still More drastic measures to stabilise Australia s economic position the Leader of the opposition or. A. A. Cal Well said to Day. Or. Calwell said measures announced last week would hit the internal position too savagely and might have no real Impact on overseas balances. Or. Calwell forecast that the government would have to take drastic action by next March to control imports which it should have con trolled Aheady to effectively control inflation. Indonesian Landing in West new Guinea the Hague sunday .-Reuter a group of indonesians possibly armed9 made a successful Landing on the South West coast of dutch new Guinea last week the dutch ministry of Home affairs said to Day. According to British United press. Reports reaching the Hague said that 20 armed men landed. A spokesman for the ministry however said the group May have been less than 20. Other reports said that dutch naval units and planes were taking part in a search for the indonesians but fur ther details were not Avail Able. 1 i to Day s reports follow a statement by the ministry last week that a number of arrests had been made in dutch new Guinea in connection with a subversive plot which aimed at Over throwing the dutch administration in some districts. According to Demi official reports from the dutch new Guinea capital Hollandia arrests were made in Mer Auke Sergei Biak Strong Hollandia. Manok Wari Fak Fak and Kaimana. The organisation is believed by the authorities to be the biggest of its kind Ever uncovered in the territory brutal beating by congolese mob in Leopold Ville Street with his shirt almost ripped from his Back a Man crouches on. The ground As a crowd of congolese demonstrators beat him up in Leopold Ville. His attackers set about him with Sticks atones knives and fists and police were unable to break up the fracas. The Man eventually left for dead was set upon after opposing a Demon stration in front of . Headquarters on the Boule Vard Albert. Macmillan May visit Washington London sunday . . The British prime minister or. Mac Millan May Fly to washing ton in february for talks with the new United states president or. John Ken Nedy reliable sources said to Day. Or. Kennedy will a in stalled As president on Janu Ary 20. The British Leader who has had exceedingly close relations with the outgoing president or. Eisenhower has publicly said that he was certain or. Kennedy would strengthen the Friendship Between our Twa or. Macmillan has a heavy diplomatic programme ahead culminating in a Commonwealth prime ministers conference in London next March. Americans attacked. With knives by congolese mob Leopold Ville sunday .-Reuler four Tinei icons including a woman were attacked with knives and injured to Day by a crowd of screaming congolese following an Accident in which a congolese was run Over and killed. Their car was Burnt. Two of the men were taken to Hospital the three men were Mem Bers of the . Embassy staff second Secretary Frank Carlucci military attache Edward Dannemiller and chief warrant officer of the attache s Burea Clyde St. Lawrence. The woman was colonel Dannemiller s wife. All four were on their Way to the Airport to see off the Deputy . Under Secretary of state or. Roy Henderson after his two Day visit to Leopold Ville. Or. Carlucci was to leave with him for Elizabethville Katanga. Or. St. Lawrence was stabbed several times in the Chest or. Carlucci was Stab bed once in the shoulder and colonel and mrs. Danne Miller were beaten but not seriously Hurt. Mrs. Dannemiller is suffer ing from Shock but is not in Hospital. Or. Carlucci expects to be Able to leave Hospital later to Day and or. St. Lawrence May be Able to leave to mor Row. To stay put Ghana s charge d affaires or. Nathaniel Welbeck has angrily defied colonel Joseph Mobutu s expulsion order and prepared to barricade himself in his official Resi Dence under , Protection. I do not need to leave the Congo unless i am re called by my government the Tough ghanaian Diplomat told newsmen after being ordered to quit within 48 hours. His Challenge to colonel Mobutu poses a Tricky prob Lem for the United nations committed to safeguard his diplomatic immunity but anxious to stay out of the Wrangle Between Ghana and colonel Mobutu. Reds oppose new York sunday a. .-Reuter Russia yester Day accused the West of Stag ing a coup d eat in the troubled Congo and replacing the Legal government of the Republic with a pro fascist this charge was made in the United nations Gen eral Assembly by the soviet Deputy foreign minister Valerian Zorin in opposing president Kas Mvubu s Dele gation named by the Congo Lese president or. Joseph Kas Mvubu. The Assembly s j nine member credentials com Mittee has recommended that the seating of the Congo Dele gation be agreed to. Rush of refugees " Berlin sunday . Reuter the West German executive Council announced to Day that 2,701 East Ger mans applied for Asylum in West Berlin during the week ending yesterday an increase on 358 on the previous week. Denies spies in embassy Brisbane k sometimes heated sometimes bitter debate to night soviet ambassador or. Ivan Kur Dyukov twice denied thera were spies in his embassy staff. Or. Kur Dyukov first soviet ambassador to Australia since the Petrov defection Xit 1954, also described several questions As anti soviet prow he was appearing of k television programme. He said Russia never tried to Force its political concept on other countries. Other Points made by of. Kur Dyukov were. There were no slav labour Camps in Siberia and there was no one in gaol ill Russia for political offences. ? nobody wanted to strike in Russia because tha workers participated in management. Country party policy review Sydney country party will review its policy at two meetings in Canberra this week. The party s rules provide for the review of policy at least once every three years. The last review was in 1957. For this reason arrange ments have been made for the Federal Council and the Federal parliamentary coun try party to meet jointly. The Federal chairman. Sit i Earle Page will preside at both meetings which will by 1 held on Friday and saturday

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