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April 3, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 10

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Friday, April 3, 1964
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. y- IQ- ratexWI dent during a private xVVhite. House conversationthai he cou!d understand KhrusKchev need to "save face :" Speaking specifically of the situation in Berlin, he said that if a self-. guaranteeing arrangement could be worked out for the Western presence in Berlin and the ecuritv of the city, he would not object if Khrushchev found some wy to present it to nis people as a victory. ,. Khrushchev put an optimistic face on things to the last Even in the' pall for a world Communist showdown meeuJ irrg: his spokesman 'said the Soviet loifwaystill willing - tq work for refmciliation, K LAUGHED Tiie.Jast. time this -cortex '" pondent remarked to Khrushchev that ti S.-Sovie! hneup agatns't China in the noMoo-trrstant future would come as no surprise, the premie r. showed no anger. He laughed He did, however, add the usual disclaimer that basically the Soviet - Union- and China were the closest of 4- friends and would surely overcome any surface difficulties. The possibility remains that -pressure -from other SFrom Page One Russia Suslov accused Peking of "openly combatting'' the line agreed to by Communist countries in world affairs. .' Het saitf'all. indications were . that China's leaders "would like to be able to give orders 'to the socialist . commonwealth "as in their own . estate, to imposej their will on other countries and . .'.to dictate the terms on which' ... . i they would either admit parties and peoples into the socialist system or "excommunicate" them at will. APPROACH WEST . , ' While criticizing Russia, Suslov said. Peking was ""making feverich efforts th establish re- fatlnnfl with Britain frinrt Ta. pan. West Germany and Italy." Suslov1" recalled the Chinese had concentrated their fire on Soviet Premier Khrushchev vin ! the rest of the Russian" people and the party leadership. "This dirty attempt is adventurist and hopeless and doomed to complete and shameful -failure," he added. . ' " Suslov. said the Chinese leaders suggested to the peoples of Asia. Africa and Latin Ameiuca that a policy of peaceful economic competition was against their interests. . In point of fact, he satd. "the growing economic potential of I the socialist-countries isintheir! best Interest since it enabled socialist countries to. help the developing nations. Susloy's report also gave figures showing the "tremendous" economic aidRussia had givfn; to Communist China. He said Russia, in giving it. had "never sought any advantage or profit." , ' . "( He said the curtailment of economic and c u l.t u r a I exchanges with Russia had only one explanation: "The Chinese leaders want to fence their people off from the Soviet Union. Gfjab $187 In Hull Break-in Thieves broke into the Wright Brothers Supply, 9i Montcalm Street, Hull, during the night and atole $187. ' Hull police aaid th(e thieves broke a rear window. They broke open j aafety box containing the money. Sgt. Roger Duquette, of the Hull police, i investigating. i .' ' Journal Want Ads bring quick results, J . RUSCff. ylJ2-; to 19 COLOURS er arfal Inml T - W !? Ia aaaltr. Maifart. mnnlnr mt raja t T bataw. Tr hate at D l L ' Ji era .V- p ? From Page One" I f Red Split The other sjde 'of the com is iust. as important, , hfcwever The Russians, and 'Khrushchev. In particular, cannot afford to , follow a policy which might appear to prqve the Chinese charge that KWushchev is "the greatest: capulalioriist of alt time" and 7a stooge of ; the Understates - . The 1au President! Kennedy understood this Hell, and .... 'is no reason to think1 President Johnson does not. ' More than twoN years acOr: years parties during -- the proposed meeting might bring the Chinese black sheep back into the Communist fold ,U seems much more pfobable. however,. that they will continue to 'scorn any shepherding from Moscow. " In this case., another almost inevitable result would he' a "sharpening in trteir- i-i-X u g g I e for influence' in , Southern Asia. Africa, and Latm America" - : .kA good plaie to: watch for. ttys is Zanzibar, where the -Soviet Vnifl and Chipa are already evebatl to eyeball and it's a question of who'll wink Planet Probe Lqunched By Russia 1 MOSCOW' (AP) - The Soviet ; Union Thursday launched a pla-jnet pr"obe from a platform or-, bited in space. j'' ' Authorities avoided t e 1 1 i n g jwhar the target as.' Although' few details of the ;new shot were iven. the trch-. j tuque , appeared similar tof-if i not identical with that of'yme ; United States in allMts rRaJger' 'shots and dep "space probes, i , the tailed it Zond-I: , 2ond , .is Russian'ToT probe'. : Tj'h eofTicia! announcement .Uaiikitfe. purpose of Zond-I waji (".further development of a space jsystm foj ' distant interplane tary tiignts.; ... Ottawa Couple Seeks Damages - An Ottaw coupie;- Nr:- and Mrs S 3. Brown of 147 Fifth Avenue has filed suit claiming damages as h result of a car accident May , "', Accordmgio a vrit filed- in Supreme Court Wednesday, the defendants named are Joseph Vernon, (Beleskey of Bame Ontario, and James Clayden of To-, ronto. Negligence Is claimed. .The writ claims Mr. Brown will be incapacitated for the rest of his life and can never hold a nk - A ' - ' ,-""! The action arises from ITcol-lisiort orr Highway 90 in Simcoe bounty when Mrl and Mrs. firownJiVed'n Barrie. The couple had been ' married less than "three months at. the' time. THE OTTAWA JOURNAL '. Stikker Announces Retirement PARIS Dirk U. Stikker. secretary-general of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, announced today he is retiring in the middle of the Summer. Stikker.' foreign minister of The Netherlands before becom-, tng NATO's chief civilian of fir cial. made the announcement to the permanent NATO Council;'' .. .: . . He did not set a definite date, presumably ' to. aflow NATO members time to agree on' a successor; l.i 7 "rX:.- ' Women Flee "Burning Car J wo . Ottawa. ,women had a narrow escape, and a : $4,000 c'ar ; was destroyed when thej Vehicle burst tntbf lames on! the , Richmond' Road' near; Eraser Avenue about 4 40 p.m. Thursday , The driver, Mrs. Constance W. Brown. 984 Hare Street, quickly pulled her vehicle over, to the curb and she and a! passenger, Mrs, Rene.E- Sax-! on,. .321 Mansfield Avenue,! jumjied , nut after noticing smoke and flame coming fronv the rear ' Polices-attributed the' blaze to a leaking gas tan!cM ignited by the exhaust system.? Clarence A. Wright.; , 354; Berkeley Avenue! -driver of a: car behind the Brown vehicle. said he noticed gas "streaming ut just before the futbreaH. FRIDAY. APRIL .V 1964 BRENfM'S BABV j'FAIR' NASHVILLE, Tenftr , (UPTh Jirerwan frorri No 1 Station ;A , premature girl, bQrn to quickry brought the fe und;S(nglng sta Brend4 Lce wrd-control and rush hour traffic nesdai v." rem.a tnel in "fair" toni on the busy thoroughfare was; dition at Vanderbilt University tied up only briefly.. 1 . . Hospital latf. yesterday. 5f New Home Recipe Reducing Plan ..H' simpla hpw, quii kly one may lota pounds orumightly fat right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself, lt'a easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just ro to your drug store , and ask for four ounefs of Naran Concentrate.'. Pour tiiirf into a pint- bottle and add enough grapefruit juif to fUIthe battle. Take two tablespoons full a day as needed and iollow the Nrn run. ... -'.. 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