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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 15, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseIi says Ike wanted him to Cuil t 2 Kate i ?9?. /.-,. " of Richard a told on High president and the wanted Himer a run 19s2 presidential word came just on a nationwide television program in an Effort to quiet a juror Over his much debated political fund.1 he was asked to announce his resignation As vice presidential candidate on the air. He , Nixon adds he became so angry at or. Eisenhower As a re sult of a subsequent misunderstanding he actually dictated a european edition aft my Navy air Force of it . Form Europe North Africa and the Middle fall number 329 d thursday March 15, 1962 5 Mitt doily 10 Cento fend car the Donkey t or. Jacqueline Kennedy show no fan help bottle feed the gop Symbol at Indian Premier Nehru s Home in new Delhi. America s pint a by gave Elep Nuutt Smolk bottle during a visit with the Nehru associated press photo Telegram of resignation to the re publican National chairman. I really blew my stack he says. These and other incidents Are recounted by the former vice pres ident in a Book six crises to be published by Doubleday & co. On March 29. Parts of the Book Are being published by life Magazine in three instalments the first this said the episode resulting from the political fund brought h i m the toughest personal and political decisions he Ever had faced up to that time. Nixon said the controversy began in a rather mild Way on sept. 14, 1952, when a newsman asked him about reports that he had a 520,000 senatorial supplementary salary provided by a California group. Nixon said he replied any such Rumor was completely false. He said he explained that a political fund had been set up by my sup porters in California and that it was used to pay expenses for travel printing and mailing of speeches and extra clerical help expenses which were strictly political in character and for which therefore i could not properly be reimbursed by the government before he realized what was Hap pening Nixon wrote other news papers delved into the situation and made it a front Page National some papers editorially urged him to submit his Resigna Tion to or. Eisenhower a Nixon said he considered doing so at one Point because he could get no direct expression from or. Eisenhower but that his wife Pat talked him out of it. He eventually Learned he said that or. Eisen Hower s advisers were split on whether he should quit immediately or wait to. See what happened As he fought against criticism. T Nixon said he received encouragement to keep up the fight from such figures As sen Robert a. Taft of Ohio former new York gov. Thomas e. Dewey National chairman Arthur Summerfield and gov. Douglas Mckay of Oregon finally Dewey and Hist own and cont. On Page 2, col. 1 Kennedy Calls chaff in corridor dangerous a free zones rejected a -. Rusk tells Geneva meet safeguards come first Geneva the unite states wednesday night req Ted a soviet proposal for the creation of nuclear free zones in Europe and elsewhere pending adequate Dis armament and peacekeeping Meas ures. Secretary of state Dean Rusk in a letter to United nations actin Secretary general u Thant declared the Only sure Way to re move nuclear weapons wherever located from National defense establishments is through realization of a program of general and com plete disarmament under effective International Rusk s reply was published in the Wake of a soviet letter to u Thant proposing a freeze on the spread of nuclear weapons and the creation of zones in Europe Ana dispute it to House ton up spurred Carl Vinson d-ga., the f rules committee has cleared Rouse vote legislation that Border the administration an extra and unwanted Bullion on the controversial after program. Order and the Money were in a $13 billion military it Bill approved by the without controversy. It to come up on the next week. Before the rules group chairman of the House service committee re president Kennedy s argue a speedup of the and demanded a on Congress right to a role in such decisions. Weather to to tort a 17. Tow x. To i a m 4 a. A met 4 4 p. A h it a h 12 a m a 41 r ii Jur we Tow ten rom Ted Kennedy announces candidacy for senator Boston up Edward m. Ted Kennedy youngest brother of the president formally announced his candidacy wednesday for the democratic nomination As is. Senator. The announcement had been expected for several weeks. Kennedy made the announcement at his Home at the foot of fashion Able Beacon Hill. He pledged him 8ee background stories Page self to run on a Campaign to build the future of the 30-year-old Kennedy thus challenged Massachusetts . Edward j. Mccormack jr., Nephew of of. House speaker John w. Mccormack for the party nomination. Mccormack made his announce ment March 5. Kennedy said he was announcing his candidacy in full knowledge of the obstacles i will face the charges that will be made and the heavy responsibilities of the office to which i the contest this year is for the two years remaining in the Senate term vacated by the president after that his election in 1960 As chief executive. The younger Kennedy said that Edward Ted Kennedy following discussion with citizens in every part of the state he was convinced he could win both the nomination and the election. His reference to the charges will be made were in obvious comment on protests about the Kennedy dynasty and the fact cont. On Page 8j, col. 9 elsewhere from which All nuclear weapons would be banned. Soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko has said he will repeat the proposal to the 17-nation Gen eral disarmament conference which opened Here wednesday. The conference opened after Alast minute big three meeting failed to close any gaps on either nuclear tests or arms control. East and West were As far apart on verification of disarmament As the were when the soviets walked out of the last disarmament conference Here two years ago. Rusk was replying to u Thant s request for advice on the conditions under which the United states and other . Members might be willing to agree to end the proliferation of nuclear weapons or their stockpiling in coun tries which do not manufacture russian foreign minister answering the same request two Days ago called for an immediate freeze of the spread of production beyond the present nuclear club and the creation of nuclear free United states must Reserve a free hand for itself in locating its atomic weapons pending Dis armament Rusk is the firm belief of the United states that the Only sure Way to remove nuclear weapons cont. On Page col. 5 Sukarno oks secret talks Jakarta Indonesia a Indonesia s president Sukarno wednesday accepted . Proposals to hold secret preliminary talks with the dutch aimed at solving the West new Guinea problem. He also expressed the Hope that secret talks with the Netherlands would quickly Lead to formal negotiations on the Transfer of the administration of the disputed territory to said Indonesia Guaran teed full Security for dutch Resi dents in West new Guinea if the Transfer took place. Sukarno s views were conveyed to newsmen by foreign minister sub Andrio who made a hurried visit to Bali where Sukarno is having a week s rest. President warns of reprisals from press dispatches Washington president Kennedy said wednesday soviet dropping of Metal chaff in the air corridors to Berlin is a particularly dangerous kind of or. Kennedy at a news Confer ence said soviet harassment of Allied planes in the airlines rep resents the kind of move that can Lead to counteraction that could Only intensify the dangers. Such Metal chaff can interfere with radar although a Pentagon spokesman told newsmen that the soviet actions have not created any operational problems for . Aircraft. The russians announced night military flights in the Berlin. Hamburg corridor for wednes Day and then cancelled them just As the planes were ready to take off a Western source said. This was the first reported scheduling of night military flights in the corridor during six weeks of russian attempts to trouble Western air traffic or. Kennedy said that if the soviets really desire a peaceful settlement of issues Between the East and the West it would seem to him that they would Bend every Effort to avoid incidents. The president said the United states would wait to see the re sults of vigorous representations made by both Secretary of state Dean Rusk and Britain s foreign Secretary lord Home before considering any counter measures j or. Kennedy said he had instructed Rusk to seek a limited agreement with the soviets at the Geneva disarmament conference leaving out disputed issues Lor further negotiations. The president said the United states had never suggested a fool proof system to prevent secret test preparations As a precondition for the conclusion of a test ban treaty. Or Kennedy opened by so i Rej conference by Reading part of & cont. On staf id Static Chicago Vii be Penhas been designated me your mattress month by National association of manufacturer. Her

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