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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

J.S. Claims

Sov

Blocking Peace
KENNEDY PLANS:
Cabinet Posts Pending

WASHINGTON (P)-President-
elect John F. Kennedy pushed
into the final stages of lining up
his cabinet yesterday, with key
conferences and key appointments
in the immediate offing.
The names of four men men-
tionzed prominently for cabinet
or subcabinet posts were posted
on Kennedy's schedule for to-
day.
Today, Kennedy will confer in-'
dividually with Gov. G. Mennen
Williams, former secretary of de-
fense Robert A. Lovett, Gov.
Abraham Ribicoff of Connecticut,
and Rep. Stewart L. Udall (D-
Ariz).
Williams Speculation
Williams was listed for break-
fast with the President-elect at

welfare, as well as a subcabinet
post in the State Department;
dealing with Asian and African
affairs.
A budget director or someone+
to handle liaison on the budget+
for the time being is to be named
by tomorrow. And the announce-
ment of an appointment for some
top post in the new administration
will be made Saturday at Palm
Beach where the President-elect
will fly tomorrow.
Assorted Problems
This rundown came from Ken-
nedy's press secretary, Pierre
Salinger, on a day that found
Kennedy giving attention to such
assorted problems as minimum
wage and school legislation, pro-

Kennedy's three-story red brick blems of the transportation in-
home in Georgetown. He has been dustry, unemployment, and the
the subject of speculation in con- role of regulatory agencies in
nection with the, position of sec- government.
retary of health, education and Lovett is coming in for lunch. He
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served as under sec
as well as a secret
under President Ha
His name has crop
conjectures abouta
or the other of t
ments.
Ribicoff was one
and most ardent
President rooters.I
in talk for attorn
for the next supr
cancy, but more1
late in speculation
of welfare.
Udall might get
secretary of the
a westerner and t
goes to a westerne
World
oun
By The Assoc
PARIS -The
yesterday rejected P
les de Gaulle's a
force bill for a secc
The vote was It
now goes back t
Assembly, the dom:
a third and final
today.
Premier Michell
will make the issu
fidence in his gove
opposition probabl
a censure motion,
previous occasions.
CAPE CANAVER
header space rocks
malfunction and %
destroyed in fli
frustrating a Uni
to hurl a pair of
orbit around the e
A reliable source
concern lest piece
may have fallen
could have beenI
a two-hour Defen
delay in announcir
hicle had been des
* *
BRUSSELS -Pa
is heading toward
at the border ofI
Province and Le
vince, the Belgian
night, quoting of
sources.
They said he was
area of his Bab
northern Kasli, w
go to Stanleyville, o
tal Province. Or
trolled by his part
LONDON -
Churchill, recoveri
ken bone in his b
his 86th birthday
day with his family
of absent friends.
4.

iet Union
in Congo
Says Russia,
Undermines
cretary of state
ary of defenset
.rry S. Truman. Americans Denounce
ped up now in
a return to one Cost Sharing Refusal
he two depart-
UNITED NATIONS () - The
of the earliest United States declared yesterday
Kennedy-for- the Soviet Union is doing all it{
He has figured can to undermine United Nations1
ey general andf
eme court va- peace efforts in he Congo.
prominently of Refusal to share in the costs,
about secretary it said, is in line with Soviet3
policy aimed at wrecking the UN.e
the call to be A United States delegation"
interior. He is spokesman made the charge as
he post usually the Americans disclosed addition-
;r, al steps to ease the financial.
crisis facing the UNbecause of
its Congo operations.
The United States made known
eit has paid $20 million in ad-
vanced pledges into UN funds for
J g aiding underdeveloped countries.
Secretary-General Dag Ham-
marskjold can borrow from these
rated Press funds instead of resorting to com-
mercial banks, pending receipt o
President Chare U asessmentsand other con-
~'rsldntChal-tributions expected in the next'
atomic striking few months.
nd time The pledges-$12 million for the
82-84. The bill expanded technical assistance and
inant house o $8 million for the special develop-.
nango , for ment fund-were made six weeks
ago. Payment would not be made
Debre probably normally until January.
ue one of con- Hammarskjold appealed for
rnment and the such .advance payments when he
y will bring in disclosed last week that the UN
just as on the treasury would be virtually emp-
ty by the first of next year.
~ The Soviet Union told the UN
ZA - A double Budgetary Committee yesterday
et developed a that Hammarskold should sub-
was deliberately mit proposals for ending the Con-
sght yesterday, go operation in order to stave off
ted Statesrbid UN bankruptcy.
satellites into "We do not believe that the
arth. withdrawal of the UN forces now
e reported that stationed in the Congo is the an-
s of the rocket swer to the organization's finan-
on Cuban soil cial problem," said Francis W.
the reason for Carpenter, United States delega-
ase Department tion spokesman, in the first
ng that the ve- American comment on the Soviet
stroyed, demand.
*
atrice Lumumba re
i Port Franqui, O a Vaccin
northern Kasa
k °d'aPro- Not Available
Radio said last
ficial Congolese
WASHINGTON M) - Surgeon
s en route to the General Leroy Burney said yester-
etela tribe in day that contrary to earlier hopes,
hence he would live polio virus vaccine-which can
apital of Orien- be taken by mouth-is not ex-
iental is con- pected to be available for use In
isans. time for next summer's polio sea-
* son.
Sir Wi n s t o n At the same time, the public
ng from a bro- health service chief urged a step-
back, celebrated ped-up effort by the nation's doc-
quietly yester- tors to get more people protected
y and thousands by the already available Salk vac-
cine.
Burney said Salk vaccine offers
between 90 and 95 per cent pro-
GIFTS ! tection, and large numbers of
the United States population have
not taken .advantage of the vac-
cine,"
The Salk vaccine, made of
killed virus, must be given by in-
jection. The live vaccine, made of

living but toned-down virus, can
be taken in the form of pills or
as a syrup.

WITH COMMUNISTS:
Bonn Government
To Resume Talks
BO1' 1 .. The West German
cabinet decided yesterday to re- He refused to elaborate. But his
sume negotiations with Communist words indicated the Bonn govern-
E a s t Germany to determine ment does not consider the restric-
whether a new trade agreement tions important enough to con-
can be reached. tinue a trade ban.
Government Press Chief Felix
von Eckardt said Kurt Leopold, Talks Unofficial
West Germany's chief representa- Von Eckardt said the negotia-
tive in past trade talks, will be tions would be unofficial. West
given directives to proceed. Germany does not recognize the
The Bonn government canceled Communist regime.
the present trade pact as of Dec. Leopold has said he will begin
31 in retaliation for travel re- talks with the East Germans Fri-
strictions imposed by the' East day but von Eckardt would not
German regime on West Germans confirm this.
visiting East Berlin. Moscow Radio said Soviet lead-
Elastic Policy ' ers assured an East German dele-
The West Germans said in can- gation today the USSR will supply
celling the pact they would resunie any raw materials and goods cut
negotiations when the Communists off from the Communist German
abolished the restrictions. But re- regime by West Germany if a new
cently, Chancellor Konrad Ade- pact is not arranged.
nauer said he was in favor of an The broadcast said the assurance
elastic policy on the trade question. was given by Premier Nikita S.
The press chief noted that the Khrushchev to a visiting group
"sector restrictions exist in law headed by Walter Ulbricht, the
but in practice they were handled East German Communist Party
generously." head.
Ten Rebel Bombs in Cuba
Damage City Utility Plants
HAVANA (M)-Saboteurs' bombs
struck paralyzing blows in Hava- Fajardo was a rebel military
na, and in central Cuba Prime doctor in the war against ousted
Minister Fidel Castro's personal dictator Fulgencio Batista. He
physician was killed in a chase took over treatment of Castro
after rebels.
Eight bombs touched off in when the prime minister was
early morning hours damaged stricken by pneumonia last sum-
power and water installations and mer.
cut off electricity to the city's
business district and many other
areas of the capital. Two govern-
ernment - controlled newspapers,
Combate and Advance, lost their
power.
As authorities pressed an in-
vestigation of the bold series of
bombings by anti-Castro elements
and strove to restore power, the
city was shaken by two more B Ud-M or
bombs at noon.
One destroyed a restroom and
blew out the windows in the head-~~ --.~-
quarters of Castro's urban reform
program. The second blew up
near the tropical brewery. There
were no deaths, but one of the
morning bombs seriously injured
a Cuban.
An official announcement said
Maj. Manuel Faardo, Castro's.
physician,nwas killed Tuesday
night outside Trinidad, center of
government activity against in-
surgents in the Escambray Moun-
tains.
Fajardo, commanding rural
militia in Escambray, was pur-
suing five armed Cubans who had
fled Trinidad in a comandeered Arn de , ,11rSh o
car. l VAJ /~rLJ'0
The announcement said two of 16 NicKELS ARCADE
the five were captured and, in
the confused firing in pursuit of
a third, Fajardo was killed and
three of his militiamen were
wounded. This indicated Fajar-
do may have been shot by his Headquarters for
own men.1

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EXOTIC 4
FROM THE
Waiting for yo
INDIA AR
0 Maynard

Lake Storm
Cripples Ship
TRAVERSE CITY (/P)-Smash-
ed by gale winds and high seas,
the grounded Liberian freighter
Franeisco Morazan with 14 per-
sons aboard fought to live out a
furious Lake Michigan storm last
night.
One of those aboard the crip-
pled vessel, aground off South
Manitou Island in upper Lake
Michigan, was the captain's wife,
an expectant mother.
The United States Coast Guard,
with planes and rescue ships at
the scene, held out hope that the
Morazan would survive.
Bound from Chicago to Rotter-
dam with a general cargo, the
246-foot vessel ran aground in 14
feet of water Tuesday night when
caught in the gale and a whirling
snow storm.

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