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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

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U.S. Appears To Be Making By tVift C. WILSON United Pre** International The Ufiltecl States seems to be withdrawing from the United Nn- ttofffl popularity contest for the smiles and approval of the Afro- /\9lana. the Afro-Asians almost have owned the U.S. proxy in U.N. Assembly votes. There . was that utibclicvnble assembly resolution on colonialism for which the United Stattii Voted In November vail. WHEN VOU'ftt OUT TO;SHOP MAKE A COFFEE STOP AT SCANDIA BAKERY ft LUNCH The resolution demanded independence across the board everywhere except lit the Soviet empire of captive nations, the belleve-tt * or * pot aspect of this resolution was in a paragraph stating "that inadequacy of political, economic, social or educational preparedness should never serve as a pretext for delaying Independence." The United States voted for the astonishing proposition. It was for some time the habit of the United States to vote against its NATO ally, Portugal, and in support of Afro-Asian complaints against Portuguese colonial policy. But in December 1962, the United States balked at an Afro- Asian-Soviet resolution proposing punishment of Portugal. The United States, thus, began to withdraw from a popularity contest with the Soviet Union for the love of African and Asian nations, some of them but lately born and scarcely measuring up to status as states. Turn On Heat The Afro-Asian heat was turned on last month on South Africa at meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, of the U.N.-sponsored International Labor Organization. The Doyle Gift Shop SIDEWALK DAY SPECIAL »5/ Flower Candle Lights in red, blue and green These are tall metal holders, with brass or antique white bases and crystal candle-cup inserts. Lovely for mantle or table use and an unusual centerpiece arrangement. Regular $1.75 Size NOW! 00 Regular $2.50 size $110 NOW! * I GIFT ITEMS ONE GROUP OFF WMUM Afro-Aslana demanded expulsion of the South African delegation. U.S. Assistant Secretary of Labor George L Weaver headed the U.S. delegation. He liked the g eneral idea and announced that e would urge the U.S. government to seek the expulsion of South Africa from the United Nations. This pop^off by an official of the Labor Department did considerable violence to established U. S. policy although no one Seemed to notice. G. Mention Williams, U.S. assistant secretary of state for African affairs, repudiated Weaver, finally, in a statement made at Monrovia, Liberia, in which he said the United States would oppose exclusion of South Africa from the United Nations. Meantime, there was a London dispatch reporting that U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Harlan Cleveland had been, talking with British officials about colonialism and the United Nations. Cleveland and the British agreed that extremists had taken over the U.N. Special Committee on Colonialism and, further, that the committee's extremist attitude was hindering the emancipation of colonial peoples. Would Resist' Pressure .More significantly, Cleveland was said to have told the British that the United States would resist the Afro - Asian pressure group demands for exclusion of Portugal and South Africa from the United Nations and other international bodies. Both the United States and Great Britain arc members of the Special Committee on Colonialism. Cleveland's conferences in London may lead to resignation of both from committee membership. The American people have not been paying much attention to the United Nations as these de velopments came along. Cleveland's London talks attracted little attention. The Afro-Asian pres sure groups and their allies in the United States will know all about it when the assembly con venes next autumn. Look then for some political efforts in-, the United States to restore the U.S. proxy to the Afro-Asians. Emerson, Osuna Meet EDGBASTON, England (UPD- Roy Emerson of Australia and Southern Cal's Rafael Osuna of Mexico clash today in the final round of men's singles in the Midland Counties Lawn Tennis championships. Emerson defeated Mike Sangster of Britain and Osuna eliminated Manuel Santana of Spain to reach the final. Until the income tax was imposed 50 years ago, customs duties accounted for more than half the federal revenue. Gerlaw Area News Items GERLAW - A potluck supper wfl§ held at Lake Warren July 3 in observance Of the birthday tt Earl Laftt* of Monmouth. Several gifts were presented to him. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Lant«, Mr, and Mrs. Russell Lantz and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Anderson and family of Viola; Mr. add Mrs. Robert Laniz and Bill of Malta; Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMaster, Glen and Barbara of Racine, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. David Lantz and family and Miss Alberta, Cox of Monmouth; Don Lantz of Lake Warren; Miss Carol Winbigler and Ronnie Legate of Galesburg; Charles Lantz of Rockford and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Winbigler and family and Mr. and Mrs. Neil McCrcry and boys of GerlaW. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Jensen, Susan and Ronnie attended a picnic Hie year* «ansri wir _ Of Mr and x-«seently. It was of Mrs. Jen- class. sSSfcciney Coats, Mr. Stevens of Kirk- Mrs. John M. and Jimmy of Swnday in the WNdl Mrs. George •^p^-sts served at July 5. Guests SMTrs. Willard Sol~I *^Ex-. and Mrs. Eu. and Mrs. Mar- TMtr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. 3b^Lstrcia, Susan and is a patient address is C- Hospital, Iowa Jfctr. an <ai Jinrt, Booclc *-»selto*» » Ralph a City. Iowa. and IVF -x—s. _ Robert Roney, and Klst *L .Tny were July 4 of IVIr-- -s* n <3 Mrs. .John i~m of Gale Gdesbu^ ,, Monday, Ju|y 15, 1963 11 N.Henderson Couple Host Cookout WANT ADSI NORTH HENDERSON - Mf. and Mrs. William Hart entertained guests at potluck cookout the past week. Guests were.Mr.-and Mrs. Tony Campagna, Mrs. Betty Camp;ig- na and Sam Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Nick Campagna, Kurt and Roxanne and Janie, Mrs. Mary Mur- doek, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Campagna and Paula of Monmouth; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Patterson and Ruth of Alexis and Mrs. Rose Kriedal, John, Mike and Danny of Cincinnati, Ohio. At Nelson Home Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nelson and Roger entertained guests the past week. A politick supper was served. Guests were Mr. and Mrs Clifford Olson and family, of Alcx^ is; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stickles of Wataga; Mrs. Dale McGuife and family of Little Vofk; Mrs. Helen McNall and family of Alii- do and Kay Nelson of Galesburg. North Henderson Briefs Mrs. Harold Tornquist recently entertained a group for coffee in honor of Mrs. Wayne McDowell, who is visiting her from Osceola, Iowa. Mrs. Richard McCaw and Judy, Mrs. George Johnson Sr, were recent coffee guests. They helped Mrs. MeKclvie celebrate her birthday anniversary. Mrs. Esther Carlson Is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hickman at Henderson. Oscar Tonif|uist entertained guests at supper the past week. Guests were George Higgins and Charlie Mocker. Mr. and Mrs. Otis McGonigai and family of Gcncseo, visited the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Clinc. Mrs. Barbara Young of Los Angeles, Calif, and Mrs. Inez Hallstead of Alcdo, were guests Tues­ day *f Mr, and Mrs, Char lei Sims. On Wcdittftlty, tfw? m* dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sims. The womeft AT* sisters of Charles and Rflyfifottd Sims. J, S. Carlson has returned hotttt from the Mercer County Hoaptta/ at Aledo, A modern railroad pnssengef coach costs about $200,000. 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