The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 26, 1963 · Page 5
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 5

Ottawa, Kansas
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Friday, April 26, 1963
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v*v* I *$ I $ THE OTTAWA HERALD' Friday, April 28, 1M3 GOP Chief Sees "Political Overtones" In Kennedy's S tatement On Cu WASHINGTON-(AP) - Republican Sen. Thruston B. Morton of Kentucky has charged President Kennedy with playing politics over Cuba. There are "distinct political overtones," Morion told the Senate Thursday, to Kennedy's suggestion at a news conference Wednesday that Fidel Castro might not be a problem now if the P]isenhowcr administration had taken action. "During the 1950s there were few, if any, Republican voices raised in support of Castro and ther were few, if any, Democratic voices raised in condemnation of Castro," Morton declared. "This record is clear." The Kentuckian, a former Republican national chairman, said the Eisenhower administration took steps in March 1960 to train and equip an expeditionary force of Cuban exiles to invade Cuba. "For various reasons, including the difficulty of finding proper leadership," Morton continued, the plan could not be implemented during the administration's remaining 10 months in power. When.the invasion was attempted under the Kennedy administration in April 1961 at the Bay of Pigs it failed, Morton added. The senator said Kennedy had showed' bold initiative during the missile showdown last fall, but now is pursing "a wishy-washy policy of backing and stalling." Other Republicans who commented Thursday picked up Kennedy's challenge to critics of his Cuban policy to say whether they favor an invasion to topple Castro; "Republicans have not ad- vocated invasion of Cuba," said Sen, Barry Goldwater of Arizona. "Neither have they shrunk be- because of fear from the possibility of this happening. Goldwater said that while he docs not advocate early invasion of the island, he is not afraid of going to war over Cuba. 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