The Kansas City Times from Kansas City, Missouri on January 25, 1965 · Page 24
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The Kansas City Times from Kansas City, Missouri · Page 24

Kansas City, Missouri
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Monday, January 25, 1965
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m FOX KANSAS CITY Theatres E232H233 HO ROEBUCK AND CO Central IN PIKON, “Proud Old Peacock 99 Is Byrnes Tribute Columbia, S. C. (AP)— James F. Byrnes, former secretary oir state, yesterday mourned the death of the man with whom he helped make history, “that proud old peacock.” Sir Winston Churchill. “He was a special man, a law unto himself—and it was a good law,” said Byrnes. “He had no equal and the world will not see his kind again.” Byrnes, as “assistant president” to Franklin D. Roosevelt, and later as secretary of state under President Truman, spent much time with the former British prime minister and counted him a personal friend. Premier Chou En-lai of Communist China Wants to Create a United Nations Free of U. S. and British Influence Military Leaders Vote to Back Premier a Little Longer Heart Cases Are Treated by Telephone Victoria, B. C. (AP)-A Victoria heart specialist has treated 140 emergency cases on Victoria island, 100 miles away, by telephone since last August. Three hospitals on the island, none with a heart specialist, set up a hot line with the doctor’s office so they can telephone the recorded heartbeat of patients for quick diagnosis in emergencies. Nations Could Act Out ► Their Own Dramas, K —■' He Says Buddhists Behind Drive to Force Recall of Gen. Taylor Tokyo (AP) — Chou En- lai, premier of Communist China, called yesterday for the creation of a new United Nations free of “the manipulation of U. S. imperialism.” Chou, Peking’s No. 2 man, $aid the world body had made too many mistakes and utterly disappointed the new nations of ^frica and Asia. Speech Honors Indonesians „ Chou’s denunciation of the United Nations, which has repeatedly barred his country from membership, came during a speech in Peking in honor of Subandrio, visiting Indonesian foreign minister, and his delegation. The remarks were monitored in a broadcast from Peking by Red China’s New China Siews agency. T Praising Indonesia’s withdrawal from the United Nations as a revolutionary action, Chou j^id; * “A revolutionary United Nations may well be set up so that #val dramas may be staged in competition with that body which calls itself the United Nations but which, being under the manipulation of U. S. imperialism, is capable only of making mischief and can do nothing good.” “How can it be that only the United States is allowed to stage its own dramas, while we are not?” he asked. U. N. as Imperialistic Tool “In a word, U. S. imperialism must not be given a free hand to do whatever it pleases through the United Nations.” On Indonesia’s withdrawal, he said: {. “No matter what slanders U. $. imperialism and its followers may utter and no matter how many people may fail as yet to understand it, history will record this meritorious act of President Sukarno and the Indonesian people. » .“The illegal seating of Malaysia in the United Nations and its ^Security Council adds one more to the many evil things done by the U. S. and British imperialists through the instrumentality of the United Nations.” WOMAN HELD IN THEFT Department Store Accuses an Employee St. Louis (AP)—Police arrested a woman employee of Famous-Barr company Saturday in St. Louis and booked her suspected of embezzlement. Officers said warrants against Sarah Simonson, 40, of suburban Manchester, would be sought. She was arrested in connection with the theft of $1,049 and two blouses since December 15, 1964. Shocked by Proposal _ for Birth Control Smethwick, England (AP)— An Indian doctor yesterday proposed sterilization as a -sjmeans of birth control for the women of this racially disturbed industrial town where thousands of immigrants have -jsettled. The proposal, by 60-year-old Dr. Dhani Prem, was received in Britian with a sense of shock. Although increasingly practiced in India, sterilization would be a revolutionary approach to birth control in this country, with its much smaller population. Dr. Prem has for 27 years been a medical practitioner in Smethwick, where former la- ^borite foreign secretary Pat" rick Gordon Walker suffered the first of his two defeats at the hands of the electorate. 'This defeat was attributed ^mainly to an anti-Negro vote convinced that a labor government would be more tolerant toward immigrants than their -main rivals, the conserva- j tives. 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J* FRANK SINATRA-BING ÇROSBY DEAN MARTIN—SAMMY DAVIS, JR^ Color 9:45 BOURBON V2 PINT 75th & WASH. STARTS 7:30 SCOTCH ON SALE! SEAGRAM MOTION PICTURES—N. K. C. MOTION PICTURES—N. K. C HAS OPENINGS FOR BEAUTICIANS AND SALON MANAGERS VI. 2-7422 SEND Ml: NO FLOWERS "THE LAST SUNSET1' DORIS DAY ROCK HUDSON KIRK DOUGLAS Color 9:11 5'24 ★ THE KANSAS CITY TIMES, MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1965 té 1

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