The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1967 · Page 3
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BlyttievUle (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, December 5, 1%T- Fag« Thrtt Viet Talk in Primaries May Stop Protests By JACK BELL AP Political Writer WASHINGTON (AP) I interview he regards Mc- ICarthy's plan to enter several „„.., -.-.. ,..., Sen.! orimaries as keyed to promolr Ed*ard M. Kennedy says dis- \ ing a dsbate on war issues rath- cussion of Vietnam issues such j er than a serious bid tor the as Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy,i presidential nomination. D-Minn., plans in presidential i McCarthy has said he will en- primaries may help cool violentj ter the April 30 Massachusetts student antiwar demonstrations, i primary. But Kennedy said he Kennedy, a Massachusetts i wants to see what happens be-| Democrat vrtio has criticized j fore the filing deadline in late tome aspects of President John- March before he makes any son's Vietnam course, said in an predictions about voting in his home state. * * * "I expect President Johnson to be renominated and I will do everything I can to help him get re-elected," Kennedy said. However, he has already ruled out the possibility that he would become a Massachusetts primary stand-in for the President. Although he is not as vigorous i critic of Johnson's Vietnam position as McCarthy, the Mas- iachusetts senator took the same position as his brother, supports Johnson lor re-election, he expects to continue to speak out on Vietnam policies when he believes the occasion demands it. * * * He said he does not intend to become involved in the primary campaign because he feels the voters of Massachusetts "are fully aware of my position on _ Vietnam and are perfectly capa- woulcTbe a worthwhile accom- j ble of making their own judg- Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, D- N.Y.,-that it will be a good thing to have widespread debate on war issues. "I have been distressed about tSie student demonstrations which have brought violence," he said. "Hopefully, 'his kind of debate will take the issue away from the extremists and other elements who promote violence and put it in the ballot box. That Kennedy Is in line to head the Massachusetts delegation to the Democratic National Conven- ments: —The Louis Harris poll, copyrighted by The Washington lion in Chicago if House Speaker - Post, reported public confidence John W. McCormack decides j in Johnson's handling of the war not to take the chairmanship. McCarthy should be the If lone entry on the Democratic increased 11 points, from 23 to 34 per cent, between the first and last weeks of November. primary ballot, delegates would !»'« ovel '- a " ^ ratln S !las rlsen n be required under Massachu- record low 39 per cent in date on Johnson's behalf. -Former Rep. Robert B.- Duncan, D-Ore., who supports Johnson's war policy, said he will run against Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore., a war critic, in Oregon's May 28 primary. plishment." Kennedy said that although he' take place." ments on the discussions that Cyprus: Feather In Makarios' Cap sells law to vote for him on the August to 43 per cent now, the survey indicated. —Rep. Wayne L. Hays, D- doesn't permits his name to be entered in Ohio's May 7 presi dential primary, he may decid to become a favorite son candi-, By GERALD MILLER Associated Press Writer NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — President Makarios appears to have, won t striking diplomatic victory in the Cyprus crisis. Despite pressure from the United States and the threat of tionally only one point in U.S. I Greece's agreement to with- Cyrus Vance's original draw an estimated 12,000 Greek • '- - ' troops was a big gain for the envoy a Turish invasion, the Greek his control package— withdrawal of Greek and Turkish troops illegally on Cyprus. Technically he would have had no say on that anyway since they are the forces of another, nation and not subject to Orthodox archbishop who heads the government of Cyprus—and the Gree Cypriot majority- refused to bow to Turkish demands. The general feeling is that Makarios called Turkey's bluff and won. Makarios gave up almost nothing. The yielding came from Turkey and Greece. The archbishop accepted uncondi- Where the proposals touched on matters pertaining exclusive- y to his administration of Cyprus, he did not budge. These proposals were finally dropped. Makarios said no to the Turkish demand that he disband Ms national guard. He said no to the Turkish demand that the Turkish Cypriot minority get the legal right to form their own The new cologne and after shave that speaks a language— you'll both understand! Teach him a lesson with Bravura. Bold in fragrance ... passionate in intent A proud gift for your muy hombre man, in a magnificent hand-formed decanter with carved walnut top, and a handsome package with the texture of JJHSS cloth. After Shave from $2.75. Cologne_fronL$3.5|X. NOW AT: BARNEY'S DRUGS 2006 W. Main OWENS DRUGS 523 N. Sixth HIWAY DRUGS 1201 W. Main MALL DRUGS Mall Shopping Center Turks, even though it wasn't everything Ankara demanded. The only real loser seems to be the military dictatorship in Greece. The Greek government and not Makarios bowed pressure and agreed to pull out its troops. T4ie junta in Athens suffered a drastic loss of face among Greeks on Cyprus, and it may have trouble with the officers who return home from Cyprus. Makarios is believed not unhappy to see the Greek troops go. And he is known to be relieved to get rid of Gen. George commander of all tirst ballot at the convention. After that, they could vote as they please. At this point, no one expects Johnson's name to be entered. But if it should be, Kennedy said the President "would run strongly." A fellow Minnesotan and long-time political associate -f McCarthy, Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, said meanwhile he doesn't believe the senator's decision to enter four or more primaries will split the Democratic party. Humphrey told an interviewer in Rochester: "I think a good debate on the subject matter of our foreign policy is not destructive. I think it can be a healthy thing." AFL-CIO THE EXTRA CARE WE TAKE TAKES EXTRA CARE OF YOU I Afxxluct et Plough, lot. police forces and governments jg™^'forces on Cyprus and a inside their enclaves | potential challenger for Kie Makarios has doubts about en- ] £ rchbishop . s power . Grivas was larging the mandate of the U.N. | d f the battle wnich peace force on Cyprus. Accord-' , ]ed off {he ^.^ and the ing o Secretary-General UI barrassed Greek governrne nt Thanfs last peace appeal,, this ,, ed h|m to Atos . will be a matter of further negotiation. Though Makarios scored a major diplomatic triumph, official circles in Cyprus don't think Turkey lost particularly. The term rum is derived from the Devonshire word "rumbul- lion," meaning "a great tumult." EMULATING U.S. surfers and motorcyclists, Tokyo youths have turned Nazi uniforms and emblems into a fashion fad. Here a construction worker considers using a German World War n helmet as safety headgear. 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