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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 9, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Guiti paid to Milwaukee is. So. Or Sutz Christian Herter chatted with ind Lili memo Nih itt i the lounge at the United nations in now York saturday. U. N. Votes to a War photo minister Jawaharlal Issue of tobit and from Pago 1 Thi to Ltd Lieut Falisto lad Lai Thutt fight to keep the As Nipa a from brushing aside the Jim Chilia Issue. But Indian we fat v. K. Krishna Menon in an attempt to pm Lido the Assembly to req i a two thirds vote on the Issue rather than a simple a Jorl. A two thirds vote requirement would have Defeated the United states on the Issue oven before saturday s vote. The steering committee had voted. 12-7, with one Absten Tion the . Resolution. The Assembly then adjourned until monday. Wadsworth urged the Assembly to deny membership to red China As a nation which welcomed the idea of thermonuclear War. Australia rips Nikolu in other speeches soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev was denounced by Australia As threatening soviet secession from the ., and hailed by Fidel Castro s Cuba As illuminating the Road to peace. Proposals to take up the China question in full debate were in the form of amendments by Nepal and Guinea to a steering committee decision shelving the Issue. Wadsworth reminded the Assembly that communist China is still under Condemnation for throwing a million of its troops into Battle against Forces in Korea. The chinese communists Wadsworth continued have even said at the very moment that we Here Are trying to find ways of eliminating atomic weapons that they have nothing to fear from in fact they would Welcome atomic warfare. This is a fantastic and monstrous statement.? amazing View Wadsworth quoted the amazing chinese communist View As published in the con trolled piping press in August that a thermonuclear War would Lead to a truly Beau Ful Futura vivors."--. % the a Mai Tsadov also Reform to Robotti that the chinese communists Wro pro pared to Saer fico half their population in a thermonuclear War in Tho belief Tillat the remaining 300 million would then proceed to common Lee what Ever was left of the Wadsworth took exception to a remark by India s Menon who supports red China s membership that the . Government itself had been a product of Forice. The american government was not i missed by Force on the american people but developed from the efforts of those who Learned the principles of Liberty from their British Wadsworth said. Goepel of hatred As for Pep King Wadsworth observed y i 1 ers twice flayed in the Rose bowl Whert to lib a a Shethi Only big ten team Defeated. Wiley Speaks Wiley addressed the crowd briefly and was firm in his declaration that Nixon and Henry Cabot Lodge the vice president s running mate stood up . He Drew a Large cheer when he said that the rep Lilian team had the. Two Mph who stood up and told Khi Lashchev where to head \. Immediately at9�r Nixon was introduced by a Plilip Kuhn the gop candidate for Gover nor the presidential candidate saluted Wiley As an old Friend. He said that hardly a Day goes by a it no the Sena Tor is not calling at Lily office with a i been or a appeared in la Crosse Nixon s Stop in Milwaukee a Noat Dix tin a journal Tibt tur a Rte St. Tit Jairath Miami cd i of re Kuwait it i. . It my Rry a rom Mil a try a. Urls a la. . Micai Pron Paras by a Tbs Jura Tutelm id Bilyi Tel Ulni lha pm Natl Tum Aundy bullotto. A my i Autry raut to Telu at by 9r Wal a trim to eur Rita. I or truck Marie in Riele of a ss5 on.  a w9 yes try Vav Foo. Mali Ekcert plea rtt i Appi Ealr la atm whom Votor Foutz a or Cmur Wulw u not Iivo Uit m Rocino. A a Vij we Loru count pm. Ii a a us in Eoo you. of tilt a kit to too Malm on month. It ii Maui Onjo a. Igloo ammo or pm attn Ali Montzi. 11.00 my yer. Iii. Our lid Mottl Over ii a Uttz on moot. i months. News la own us. Idieo opt Roar , a. Mao hos by ram m and vac nut k aaa Oputa Rasyae Ama. Am atom i ask you to reflect for a moment on the atmosphere we would face Liero in it general assent by 1ie�o Edda if the chinese communists Ivere in fact sea Fdl picture them in this Hall midday preaching the gospel of hatred the gospel Sof violence. Would the work of this great organization for peace be advanced quoting Khrushchev s address of last saturday to the Assembly Wadsworth said the soviet Premier apparently had endorsed red China s right to reunify the country by War although he said anyone endorsing War might be maniacs or the . Representative spoke under the Assembly s right of reply Rule in answer to previous speakers. Soviet foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko also speaking under the right of reply retorted in the afternoon session that the United states was in a preposterous and hypocritical position on the China Issue. Raps . Gromyko said the United states occupied Formosa a Gressed in Korea brought its forces to the Doorstep of China and violated red chinese air space repeatedly. But he said red China in Korea had simply sent volunteers because the .a. Had taken the path of aggression and that aggression held a direct threat to the chinese people s re Cuba s foreign minister Raul Roa began the Day s debate with a charge that the United states is an imperialistic government. Roa recalled that previous cuban regimes had opposed red China s Entry. He pictured this As an attitude of servant to master the United states. This year Cuba was totally in favor of the communist chinese As members he said Cuba abstained in the vote last year the first time the Ujj Stion came up after Castro took Power. A Nalaa of hmm Mutuma Roa the red Chile ii government came to Power by the will of China s pfc to and has Complete oco Numic political i military and cultural control of vhf chinese Story. He described of rid China was entitled to use Forio against Formosa with .s.r. Backing. Tho Effort to get the red China Issue to 4ho Assembly floor for Lull debate was supported a Nepal Finland and Morocco it was opposed by Tho Philippines Spain and Costa Rica  Many leaders leaving for Home new York-0p�-the exodus Lof foreign leaders from the 15th General Assembly meeting continued saturday night with the departure of King Hussein of Jordan ind nigerian prime minister Alai sir Abubakar Tarafa Zalewa. Indian prime minister Jawa Haral Nehru said he would Fly Homo tonight. The Larl of Home Britain s foreign Secretary returned to London and said soviet Premier Khrushchev has be a disappointed in an attempt to bluster his policies through the General Assembly. Assembly May hear Khrushchev again United nations n. Y. A the Assembly will hear monday a twp hour policy speech by Guinea s president Sekou Toure and possibly an other speech by soviet Premier Khrushchev. Guinea Malaya Tunisia Burma and Israel Are scheduled for statements As the Assembly resumes its policy debates. The soviet Union has asked for speaking time when the question of dealing with disarmament comes up. Khrushchev May take the floor in the soviet bloc drive to have disarmament and Allied subjects debated by the Assembly itself rather than sifting it through the political committee first. Came after earlier appearances at la Crosse and Rochester minn., and waa the half Way Point in a 2,230-mile flight from Washington saturday. After a television appearance in Milwaukee saturday night the vice president arid Hife party made the Lut hop in their flight.  1.500-Mue trip to Bill Lings Mont where he stayed saturday night at his my Niri Appe Hince in la Crosse Nixon renewed his asm ult on the farm program of his democratic opponent. Sen. John f. Kennedy. Nixon spoke to a standing room Only crowd of 5,000 in the Mary a 3awyer auditorium. Nixon said that Kennedy s program of planned Scarcity would bring Black Market farm slaughtering and All of the evils of opa Days. Nixon had arrived in la Crosse directly from Washington the starting Point of his tour. In his evening television appearance in Milwaukee Nixon said that future television debates Between presidential contenders an inevitable. Cited Benson the vice president said the farm program of Sec. Of Agri culture Ezra t. Benson never had a fair trial because Congress did not adopt the program. He said the congrats opposition came after it found in icon said the lawmakers objects to the Farmer being forced to Bear this a men during the period of transition from High to Low Federal Price supports. Niton a asked to com ment on a Kennedy charge that the administration program in Africa was a record of neglect he mid that until recently the United states had Little right to a policy because it was Only a Short time ago that the african countries ceased to be colonial Powers. The administration he said has stepped up its program As new countries obtain their Independence. Nixon outlined a three Point program for Africa 1. More development technical and loan Aid. 2. Increased Exchange programs to train skilled personnel. 3. Closer political ties with the new countries. Quizzed on statement Nixon was asked about statement issued saturday by the Republican National com Mittee to the effect that Kennedy had demonstrated in Friday night s Delate that he would Grovel on ills hands before the Russia n s pad was an apostle of Nixon More or less dts Assoc Ted himself from the commit tee s St Tenient. Jil never made such statements about Kennedy and i Don t intend to of site. Nixon also was asked if he thought to debates would be a stand a feature of Futura Petesi denial campaigns. To replied that will be Lodge claims Jack distorted his u-2 View san Francisco up retry cart by Lodge emphasized anew saturday his con mention that sen. John f. It Nedy "t6tall3imiaft?Irmy to. Siti Onetho us a ase Dur Iii Friday night debate with vice president Nixon. Lodge no on s no Nung mate on the Republican ticket was questioned about Tho matter when by plane from Seattle o Campaign in Cili Omia.  during Friday night s debate Kennedy the democrate pros dental a i said or. Long i on meet the press a month ago said if Ever there wis a Case when we did not have the Law on our aide it was in the u-2 incident the flit Over soviet Irissia which ended in the crash of the plane and Cap tire of Pilot Francis Power in Seattle Lodge said senator Kennedy totally mis stated my position of the u-2 Case when he stated that i had said that our Legal position was weak. 1 never said any such Lodge explained he was merely repeating the words of questioner when he replied now you might say that if Ever there was a Case where we did t have the Law on our Side. Sen. Jackson terms Nixon indifferent to Job shortages Washington in sen. Henry m. Jackson a was said saturday vice president Richard m. Nixon has displayed total indifference to the critical Job shortage Jackson chairman of the democratic National committee said scarcely two months ago in los Angeles the Republican candidate pompously declared slay six rioters a South Rhodesia continued from Page 1 higher and More regular pay for the police Force has remained Loyal to Patrice Lumumba. In Elizabethville capital of Katanga province in the Congo White residents took Refuge saturday in the two hotels of the Cotton growing Center of Kabalo As Balubar tribesmen intensified their re Bellion against the Katanga govern ment. The Balubar upsurge Aga Yost Premier Moise Tshombe s government in North and Central Katanga was rep ii de by Bros less radio in  report which a taught Kwh i. I. Map win photo a luckless fan circled Rutily tried to pull up his pants which went Down As he and other Spectator streamed onto a play Ling Field during a soccer match in Buenos Aires. Supporters of Lodal Teim pct juniors be me unruly when it lost to argentines Juniora threw Stone and bottles Jit the play Erawana referee. When police tossed tear Gas the crowd invaded the playing Field to cont Liliuo the disturbance. It a the u-2 Case. And yet when the soviet Union proceeded against us in the Security Cound on the u-2 Case they got Tho most dreadful de bomb for Nikita found to be junk Irvington . 44� two Pound package Fred be a bomb for soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev saturday turned out to be a pile of junk. The junk a piece of Drain pipe from a Kitchen sink Asbestos paper tape Copper plates and electric Light switch several nails a Battery and Small amount of dirt was received by postal officials. The Post office immediately summoned bomb experts from Camp Kilmer and the Newark police department As Well As Irvington police. I says . To have amazing rocket engine soon amazing psoriasis Milwaukee rep. Clement Zablocki. D-wis., a member of the House foreign affairs committee said saturday the United states soon will have a rocket engine that will astound the world. Zablocki made the forecast in a question and answer period after an address at a Marquette University seminar on International problems. Asked about the capacity of Story the United sum to deliver a. I. To Mth 1960 put Burgh a. Nuclear bomb into enemy Ter doctored for poor Ilia so years. Mitory he said / spent much mosey to no Avail. Tje4tcc Rucine 8liti4iiig App i. Man a sanm at wuc0n9in

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