The Times Standard from Eureka, California on February 29, 1968 · Page 14
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The Times Standard from Eureka, California · Page 14

Eureka, California
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Thursday, February 29, 1968
Page 14
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THE TIMES-STANDARD Thur*. Feb. 29, 1968-P 14 Romanians Oppose Communist Session BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) - The Soviet Union and Romania have clashed bead-on at the Budapest meeting of M Communist partie but a chorus of oth- I1UI l**JUC UUt · VWV1 ·»·» "· *"M . . · · TM -- - er parties supports the Krem- resented. ould boycott. But now the Soviets are clearly determined to resi ahead with a rump confer- nee with'only about half the world's Communist parties rep- lin's plan for a world Communist conference next November or December. · It's official aim of the woild conference Is to restore unity to the fractured Communist movement, but the Chinese Communist party and others oppose the Soviet aims. Most of these parties stayed away from the Buda- The communique said Mikhai A. Suslov the Soviet party Ideologist who long steered the Communist' movement old the approximately ISO delegates that the Kremlin favored a cmference of Communist par ties in November or December Representatives of thr small, Moscow-line parties of Spain ence. A communique Issued today said Romania, which has sought to avoid a showdown within the Red world movement, voiced Moscow, strong opposition to Soviet plans saslor Opposed at a closed session Tuesday. But on the basis of other posi lions taken Tuesday and the pattern of support from Soviet line parties, the prospect was for this meeting to appoint an all-party committee that would arrange a late autumn confer ence in Moscow. Many T« Stay Away Several of the M parties in Budapest, including those of Ro- mania'and Norway,'can be ei peeled to stay away. Fifteen parties skipped the Budapes meeting. For several years the Sovie Uc3 aiajeu and/ jium w*t wu««- IUUMJUW-UUC y**"vj v* w|«*» pest meeling. nhich was called Soulh Africa, Ecuador, Ceylon to organize Ihe world confer- Chile, ffest Germany and the United States echoed Suslov' position. Several added, appar ently with Soviet guidance, tha Ihe conference should be in But Romania's Paul Nicules- cu-Mizil, a relative newcomer t world Communist meetings stood up against Suslov an called for "creation of cond lions for the participalion of a Communist parties" in a confer ence, Ihe communioue said. Thai would mean waiting fo the Chinese and Russians I solve Iheir differences, some- Ihing that is not In slant. tficulescu-MizU also wanted I seek "forms for the participa lion of other anti-Imperialist forces" in a conference restric ed to "definite problems of th ·'- siiap^ *iSFW«V .;··."·. -»»!·"· * ', President's Commission on Civ- 1 Disorders remain unsettled as the panel pushes toward completion o{ Its landmark report n last summer's riots. In disclosing this, one In disclosing this, one com- me disorders ana recoramena «unu aic uuuo^it^.v .-. nUssioTmeffbw who refused to steps to prevent further vio- worse than most Americans be- n»rmM nu of hii name said lence. . li«ve, he sari. S~of 'his name said also to how much blame should problem In this country." melfraclal rio-ncT ed" in the repodtbecauselt will supply 90 per cent of the funds|area. not |ust anyone." he saxUWffli , Bob Boss, KRED radio disc jockey, was the "ice cream king" at the ke cream contest at McFarlane's Candy and Ice Cream Store recently, when he consumed 23-three ounce scoops of assorted ice cream flarors. His opponent, Gary Meade of KIEM (left) looks on with a "full" grin at Bob who now holds the national record for ice cream eating. The previous record was 11 scoops. Gary, although defeated, still beat the record with 16 scoops. Aetas, primitive tribesmen »f . . ... in. ·!.- i: n k» ACUU, U1U1UUIC Ml*f1 n i l " I. « -- I . .. *A. , 1 smoke cigaretts with the light buried beneath 11,000 feel Some parts of Greenland li ulliuu ucatwkfc** «· ·w»^«- -- -- -- «· - - . conference that some parties fight against the Imperialists. Differences Seen In Riots' Report WASHINGTON (AP) - Dif-INewark and Detroit, meets to^make the point that there Is no for ."'"«*',{ " ere.ce, an^ me-nber, of the £- «£* VS.S3 g ~ - » «"* ?* ^S President's Commission on Civ- '"r 1 . ;· .7~~t. . £.,, «i,i~. r~v,mm«vJjtlnr« :«i!l mited from ehe . Bnt he said the commission -ill call firmly for maintenance of law anJ order, both in com- latting rk.'-. and in cleaning up conditions-- such as narcotics jatfic-- that contribute to slum - Sunday Release The U-member commission, appointed by President Johnson alter last summer's riots in Beauty Miss Loses Togs ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Deborah Dene Barnes received a wardrobe worth thousands of dollars when she was chosen Miss America of 1968, but she appeared In borrowed clothes Monday to open the Centra] Florida Fair. Miss Barnes' luggage went astray in airline shipping channels. 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