Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 3, 1960 · Page 8
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 8

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, June 3, 1960
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PAGE 8 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, I960 1 .* \ llREACTION STUDIED Nikita's Attack May Be Political Gift To GOP 'f ij By JACK BELL *T WASHINGTON--JT--Soviet Pre- ·*" mier Nikita Khrushchev may have i'handed Republicans a political ? 3 gift by saying the present U.S. '"j.i government doesn't want to im"-** prove relations with Russia. *» ' - i ' ?, But some Democrats were quick ? to challenge his criticism of Presi- '*c?nt Eisenhower and his implica- J-^lion thai Russia might be better J.inb!e to deal with a different gov- .,7--J f rnrnsnt. ·** Khrushchev said in a letter £jjnade public yesterday that the ·^ Eisenhower administration fol- $lows a "doctrine of aggression ·'sand provocation" which "was not i** created by the American people." '1* Not many Americans are likely ?|to agree with Khrushchev's 'i? charges of aggression and prov- ""? 1 ocation. Politicians generally be- 't*lieve the voters' instinctive rejection will be to rally behind a \f* president they think is being ma- ^tiigned far beyond anything justi- '.t-Jfied by any mistakes he may have -|* inade, *. How much this sort of feeling ·J*ean be transferred to Vice Presi- indent Richard M. Nixon, the ex- : ^'pected GOP presidential nominee. ?| remains to be seen. £*; But Nixon already has taken *'**teps aimed at identifying himself _ ^as the man best equipped to stand T ""up to Khrushchev in the iriterna- 5 .iJonal struggle that lies ahead. 1 This represents something of a contradictory statements Issued : quick shift from the R e p u b l i c a n : by the a d m i n i s t r a t i o n about it. pre-summit position t h a t the presi- However, in a statement pledg- dent--and his heir apparent for inp his support to Kennedy for the thr party nomination -- we r e , nomination, Michigan's Gov. G. qualified by experience to lead.; Mennen Williams took occasion to the free world toward some satis- j refer lo the "debacle at the sum- : factorv accommodation with the! mil" and to praise Kennedy's Soviei. Since trie s u m m i t collapse any toughness. With Kennedy as President, Wil- of this kind involves the l i a m s sai(i jherc would be "no risk of beinp labeled as appease: men!, an up;y word with which neither party w a n t s to be tabbed. '. Democrats such as Lyndon B. 1 Johnson of Texas have shown awareness of what Khrush- c hev's references to his dislike more summit called by Khrushchev, al a time set by De Gaulle, on a plan worked out by Macmillan, with pre-summit fumbles by America and with f a i l u r e for ail." Stevenson, who says he isn't running for the nomination but ref o r the "present government of m a i n s available for a draft, said ^ U.S.A." might do to them if j j n fj e w York that Khrushchev's j e f t unchallenged. ; He to |,j t t, e Senate yesterday letter "sounded conciliatory and hopeful about the prospects for re- that Khrushchev was trying I0 ncwed negotiations." divide the American people, but j But even Stevenson, who said wouldn't be able to do it. i previous!" that with the U2 plane Johnson was one of the leaders j incident the Eisenhower adminis- to whom Khrushchev addressed j (ration hacl handed Khrushchev a his letter. It was in reply to a j crowbar with which to wreck the cable which Johnson, House j Paris meeting, said "I cannot Speaker Sam Rayburn (D-Tex), j agree that President Eisenhower Adlai Stevenson and Chairman J. j was solely responsible for the fail- William Fulbright (D-Ark) of the j ure of the summit meeting." Senate Foreign Relations Committee sent May 1" to President Eisenhower in Paris for relay to the Soviet leader. ]n it they cautioned Khrushchev not to sink the Paris conference because of any hope that he might find a new U. S. administration more tractable. The Senate Democratic leader, i -Thieves visited two Tucson one of the candidates for his j churches eary yesterday and took party's presidential nomination, j "P their own collections, including characterized Khrushchev's letter | «sh from donation boxes, po- as an "arrogant denial of the i '' ce sa ^- f ac t s ." | At the Church of Jesus Christ Johnson told the Senate that the j of Latter-day Saints, 1540 E. Kin- j Thieves Take I Own Church ! Collections For driving comfort... C | SUBURBAN *' MODEL INSTALLED SPEED AUTO SEAT COVERS 3531 £. Speedway EA W5M free world was "ready to negotiate on the issues of life and death" but that Khrushchev had torpedoed the conference. The Texas senator said that "no one can seriously believe that the U2 plane incident--a biproduct of the cold war--was sufficient alibi for refusing to discuss the basic den St., burglars stole a portable electric fan and about $35 from donation envelopes. Entry into the building was made by removing a doo? from its hinges, pqlice said. Boulevard Baptist Church, 800 S. Tucson Blvd., reported an undetermined amount of cash was issues of the cold war itself." I taken from its collection boxes. Sen. John F. Kennedy (OMass), j Police said a window had been who regards Johnson as his top (.forced open, rival for the presidential nomina-! Both churches have had pre- tion, reiterated at a Chicago news! vious visits from thieves within conference his criticism of t h e ' t h e past two months, officers timing of the flight and of the . said. E N J O Y F R I G I O A I R E D E L U X E Q U A L I T Y AND F E f c L LIKE A QUEEN i*" .* *,* ' i~ «· f* r! 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