Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 20
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 20

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, June 2, 1960
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PAGE 20 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 1969 Nikita Writes Demo Chiefs; Urban Renewal Vote To Be Within Year s Further Coexisten ' WASHINGTON - (f -- Russian v Premier Nikiia S. Khrushchev has * written four Democratic leaders ,-that the present U. S. Government follows a "doctrine of aggression ·. 'and provocation" which "was not f created by the American pe^-' «ple." Khrushchev wrote that the f o : * viet Union will carry forward "with a policy of peaceful *"· 'istence but declared: · "The present government of the U.S.A.. unfortunately, has shown ··' that it seeks not to improve !he ; .- relations between our two countries but to destroy those positive 'results which were achieved in "Soviet-American relations within ··the last year and especially a? * result of our meeting and talks * Tvith President Eisenhower durmp 'ray visit to the United States last -- September. - "We know, however, that the · ,doctrine of aggression and prov-; "ocation now proclaimed by the ·government of the U.S.A. was; · not created by the American pen-: x pie. that it is not in line with the - great democratic traditions of the ; American nation, traditions of Washington and Jefferson. Lincoln ' a n d Franklin D. Roosevelt." j · The premier's letter, dated May ,50, was made public by Senate; Democratic Leader Lyndon B . . Johnson of Texas, one of the | · leaders who wrote him just as ; . the summit conference was col-; 'lapsing in Paris May 16. i Johnson told the Senate, in . making public the letter, that he ; . regarded it as an "arrogant denial of the facts." \ ·' The senator noted that Khrush- j ' chev in the letter renewed his i charge that the United States had ; " torpedoed the summit merting. | ' Johnson said this statement i ; came from a man "who walked ; '- out of Paris after refusing to ne-; ' pti»te on the basic issues of war j and peace." "The only thing that was 'torpedoed' at the summit conference was any confidance that the free world had in the dfisire of Communists to put an end ;o the cold war." the majority leaoVr Mid. Johnson told nrwmcn j"t before the Senate met that K h r u s h - chev obviously was tryinj to divide the American people. The senator asserted, however, t h a t the premier is not going to be able to do it. Khrushchev wrote t h a i he knows there are two major political parries in the United States and that this nation's foreign policy is said to DP bipartisan. But he added that Russia docs "not interfere in the internal affairs of other countries," He adted thai "sober-minded circles in the United Stales real-' ire that the Soviet and the American peoples have one common enemy--danger of war--and* that this enemv can be overcome only by joint efforts." The letter to Khrushchev was sent by Johnson, Adlai Stevenson. House Speaker Sam Rayburn, and Sen. J. William Fulbriglit (D-Ark), chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. They urged him not to let the summit conference collapse, and said all Americans were back of President Eisenhower in * desire for world peace. The Soviet premier singled out for praise the statement in the letter of the four leaders that "all of the American people earnestly desire peace, an end to the arras race and ever-better relations between our countries." "We. as well as you," he said,, "know well that peoples who are vitally interested in m a i n t a i n i n g and strengthening peace judge governments and parties first of. all by their readiness to really, pursue the policy of peace and peaceful coexistence of states with d i f f e r e n t social-economic systems." Khrushchev said "the Soviet government regrets that the summit conference was not held." He said his government "had prepared constructive proposals All US cats love cat food * THOMAS C. FLEMING · : New Officers ; Elected By : Serra Qub ,. Thomas C. Fleming has been . elected president of the Tucson \ * Serra-Oub for 19W41. j ·" Other new officers are Dr. j , Francis A. Roy, first vice presi- j dent: Evo DeConcini, »econd vice * president; Romero Coliolo, treasurer; John Beck, secretary; and f Gflorje V. Riley, trustee. Bishop Francis J. Green Is i chaplain for the -organization. Made to pamper your cat ... they're not juit flavors the real thing. · LIVER '· MEAT ·KIDNEY'· NEAT ·CHICKEN ·MEATY NIK ·CHOPPED FUN NEW CASSEROLE TREAT THArS FULL OF MEAT ClMfBe* He**** wfcyi * » It'* cfcoek fuD of juicy beef meat baDs-i2 to » can, « · It'e loaded with tatty vejetablee--tender carrots and f pee*, a»owy potatoes. "» rki, Drown oe«f |r«vy is heartily delicioos. ooMplete casserofe meal · reariv tft )»·»*·. «T«* *· * Co* «nly. about 15 » «ervin f ,« u»beat«iI« valwl on nil the major issue* lo be considered at (his conference." He went on to say "I don't think it is necessary (or me to dwell in deiai! on the question of how and by whom the summit conference was torpedoed--it is known to the whole world now that it was not the government of the Soviet Union, but the government of the United States that is responsible." of the project. THE URBAN RENEWAL prcj pita'.'" new bebj would be re- t.j .-Most of the land would j'ljc :.ijjs to private developers, J whoAipuUJ hav« to agree to fol- ilow /e redevelopment plan. The I developers also would have to jmeet a time limit, I Tjje money the city wants to jboijrpw for interim, f i n a n c e pay the big bill between, ; A popular (referendum) vote.would break down into two ques-' ! seeking public approval of the tions: .' ' city urban renewal project will be ]_A request for voter pcrmis-..ect area is bounded by Congress' the 'time "the property 'i* bought :held within the next 12 monthf, ^ sion for the city to borrow be-1 street, the Freewfty. 22nd street;and sold. City Mgr. Porter Homer said yes-! tween $10 million and $15 mil-;and Stone avenue. U-When the project is completed, *f r day. * ' lion on a short-term oasis for | If the voters approve, the city · the city v^Tiuld getennjne its net '· In A luncheon talk to Youns interim financing of the project, would buy, at fair market values,; 3o»s and the federal government i Democrats. Homer explained the 2-- Permission to issue long-range most of the property in the area; would pay two-thirds of this I background work that has been [ bonds for between $250,000 and! and remove the sub-standardiiuiicwnt. · . · ·done on the slum,clearance proj-j $1 million to pay the city's structures. S HOMER ESTIMATED fhe city's ! ect and said tiie vote probably: one-third share of the net loss' Then, in accordance with tj share of the Joss would be front jC2»,«» to Jl million, or possibly · more, depending on how much of : the land in the area the munici- ! pality wants to hold onto for ·schools, parks and other public ' use-t. Homer pointed out that the i property ia the project area now Ipays the dty only about $30.000 ! in property taxes, annually, but ,j absorbs about $200,000 worth of !;dty cervices. i He 'estimated that once re; built, the area might have u j much as ; J48 million worth.of busi- j ness, residential and industrial j property in it. j The propert}' taxes on this would yield the^ city, schools, county 'and state a combined total: of J1.25 million aamjally, h« intimated. ' " · ' · ' ' ' ' '""'" ''"'"^ "This would be a pretty good investment for the II million it might cost us to get the job done," Homer concludnd. 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