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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Russian Proposal Asks
Six Principal Advisors c

world News Roundup

By The Associated Press"
NEW YORK-The United States
by next June hopes to test a sys-
tem to make rockets rendezvous in
space, James Webb, the nation's
space chief, said yesterday. If
successful, this could lead to land-
ing three men on the moon by
1967 or 1968-one or two years
ahead of the target deadline set
by President John F. Kennedy.
* * *
KNOXVIILE - Negro college
students marched in orderly lines
to the box offices of three down-
town movie theaters Monday in
their unsuccessful efforts to pur-
chase tickets and be admitted.
* * *
UNITED NATIONS-The Unit-
ed 'Nations Steering Committee.
agreed unanimously yesterday to
place on the General Assembly
agenda a request from seven na-
tions for an international inves-
tigation into the plane crash that
killed Secretary General Dag
HammarskJold.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE
-Air Force Maj. Bob White rock-
eted a record 215,000 feet: into
space yesterday, then dived his
X15 Sky Dart safely back into the
atmosphere in a "belly buster"
plunge.
* ,. *
WASHINGTON President John
P. Kennedy is sending,, his, top
military troubleshooter, Gen. Max-
well. D. Taylor, to South Viet Nam
to see what more this country
might do to stem the rising Red
tide there.
DUBIN-The Irish Parliament

re-elected Prime Minister Sean
Lemass yesterday to head the gov-
ernment of Ireland. Lemass' Fian-
na Fall party won more seats in
parliament in . general' elections
Oct. 4 than any other party but
failed to get the absolute major-
ity it had held for the three pre-
vious years,
* * *
HOLLYWOOD - Chico Marx,
70, eldest member of the come-
dy team whose films convulsed
movie audiences of the 30's and
40's, died at home yesterday of a
heart condition.
r* * *
ST. LOUIS-Sen. John G. Tow-
er (R-Tex) said yesterday the
United States should recognize a
Cuban government in exile and
provide it with military support
if necessary to topple Fidel Cas-
tro.
* * *
MANILA - A group of 138
young American Peace Corps vol-
unteers arrived in the Philippines
yesterday to help out in schools
and rural development.
PITTSBURGH--A federal judge
ruled yesterday that procedures of
the United Steelworkers for nomi-
nation. and election of interna-
tional officers are illegal.
- NEW YORK-Late gains by
rails, textiles and department
stores helped pull an irregular
:stock market to the upside yes-
terday. Standard and Poor's 500
index was up .06, with 425 indus-
trials up .07, 25 rails up .43 and
.50 utilities off .15.

Suggestion
Would End
Controversy
By-passes Conflict.
Between East, West
UNITED NATIONS (M) -- The
Soviet Union was reported yester-
day to have proposed to the Unit-
ed States that any interim Unit-
ed Nations secretary - general
should have six principal advisers
among his undersecretaries, in-
stead of five.
Informed diplomats said the So-
viet Union and the- United States
had agreed Monday that the sec-
retary-general .should have one
each from the United States, Rus-
sia, Africa and Latin America but
had disagreed on whether a fifth
should be from Eastern Europe
or Western Europe.
Informants said that Soviet
Deputy Foreign Minister Valerian
A. Zorin proposed to an interme-
diary yesterday that there should
be both an.Eastern'European and
a Western European-making six.
They added that Ambassador
Adlai E. Stevenson was consider-
ing the idea.
This word came after Stevenson
conferred with U Thant, Burma's
U representativeand candidate
for secretary-general. U Thant
talked with Zorin and afterward
talked again with Stevenson.
Earlier, Stevenson met in his of-
fice with Frederick H. Boland of
Ireland and Sivert A. Nielsen of
Norway.
Informants s a i d Stevenson
wanted to tell the delegates of
the= smaller countries that he and
Zorin had failed Monday in pri-
vate talks to agree on installa-
tion of a temporary successor to
the late Secretary-General Dag
Hammarskjold.-
Diplomatic sources said he
wanted to tell them how he and
Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister
valerian A. Zorin had failed in
private'talks Monday to agree on
the installation of a temporary
successor to the late Secretary-
General Dag Hammarskjold.

Hungary To Overhaul BERLIN POLICE:
System of Education U.S. Says Reds 'Jumped Gun'
BUDAPES'T' WP)-Hungary's educational system is headed for WASHINGTON (P)-Communist
radical reform, with a view to shaping "Communist man," parliament East Germany "jumped the gun" ed by the Western powers, who resulting from the sealing off t
was told yesterday. in protesting against plans to send have never acknowledged such Soviet sector of Berlin by Con
All secondary school pupils will at age 14 be subject to a "five- West German traffic policemen communications in the past. munist authorities."
plus-one" system, that is five days of school work and one day of fac- into West Berlin, the United States The allies do not recognize the "This gesture of the Lander
tory or agricultural labor per week. said yesterday, because no such East German regime. make this offer of assistance
Deputy Premier Gyula Kallai, speaking for the government, said move is being made-or is neces- The fact is, White said, that West Berlin," White contine
the time had dome when education must be brought into line with sary. the ministers of interior of vari- "has not been discussed with t
Communist development. State Department Press Officer ous German states (Lander) met government of the Federal Repu
Produce Experts Lincoln White said the Commu- last week and offered to send ex- lie, the West Berlin Senate
Piroducnxperts sts "are seeking to exploit prop- tra traffic policemen to West Ber- the three Western powers.
"Our education in future will aim at producing experts in their aadsial eeomn htTn
subject who are also good Communists," Kalagandistically a development that n "In fact, the West Berlin p
The three cardinal points of the reform he declared, were bring has not occurred." The offer was made, White said, lice supported by Western Alli
The hre cadinl pint oftherefrm e dclaedwer brng- White said also the East Ger- to assist West Berlin authorities forces have the situation well
ing the schools closer to life, to practical work, to production; raising man protest would not be accept- "in coping with a tense situation hand."
ing the level of general and spe-
cialized education; and shaping w , ,.
Communist man with a Commu- R usk * t
nist world outlook and morality. f % Rusk Suggest-
Students Subjected T
Some secondary school students :.a.* Laws
have been subject to the five-plus- MIAMI (J)-Secretary of St
one system on an experimental t',*ff :. Dean Rusk yesterday called for
basis for the past year. Kallai said.new flexible trade lawichw
that in spite of doubts voiced by give America more leeway to d
that inspite f doubt vowithbythe fast changing.,.intern
parents and teachers, the experi- with the
tional economic scene.
ment had been a success. The foreign affairs chief s
"Practice proved that students' ;;current day conditions require ti
interest in their school studies be- the United States "have more fle
came more intense and their ible and adaptable rules to gove
marks were higher after the in-{ our tariff negotiatiots and tri|
trdcio fmnulwr,, relations with other countries."
troduction of manual work." One "radically new situation
Future Students the world economy" is the form
He said that in future all stu- tion of the European Eeonon
dents who at 14 do not go on to Community whose West Europe
secondary school, must become in- u nation members will form t
dustrial apprentices or take up largest single world market wi
regular work, and would have to. a population at least 40 per ce
stay on at elementary school for -AP wiryphoto greater than America's, he said
two additional years. SYRIAN DEMONSTRATION-Syrian men paraded with banners and flags Monday, demonstrat- "It is crucially important t
Technical secondary schools are ing their support of the new Syrian government. They gathered outside the premier's office In Da- gotiate for fullest possible ace(
to be introduced throughout the mascus and marched to army quarterst.
country to train highly skilled to this Common Market
workers who will also reach a high "__
level of secondary education, Kal-
lai said.
The professions will draw re-
cruits from secondary schools, For Arab World Unification
where the stress will be on generalC L
education, combined with one dayL I TLsse haben lodfrmIL U'.
of manual work. Kaai sa t DAMASCUS (MP-The, newly independent government of Syria
system had been developed from yesterday launched-its own movement for uniting the Arab world.
the Soviet model. The movement clearly was intended to take some of the magic
from the name'of Egypt's President Gamal Abdel Nasser, whose lead- DANC th
ership largely rests on his appeal to Arab nationalism and Arab
1'" l atG loounity.'
Wt l oSyria's military leaders revolted less than two weeks ago against French cafe surroundings
STOCKHOLM (M--A Swed- the union with Egypt. In the United Arab Republic as an experiment
ish scientist claims hairs from in unity that had gone sour for r
the body of Napoleon Bona- lack of "freedom and equality"" of the
parte clinch his theory that the The Syrian substitute would be U , t
former ruler of Europe was a "voluntran-ra b uno I i Ri gin
killed by arsenic poisoning. a constitutional decentralized Unon Gri Ion Frday even ng
Dr. Sten Forshufvud, a den- basis" and would be known as the
tist with history as a hobby, United Arab States.
has put together a whodunit
from memoirs, notes, letters and Provisional Premier Mamoun By f Ictals
postmortem documents, pub- Kuzbari read out on Damascus Combo
lished yesterday and called radio a formal call to all Arab WASHINGTON .(P) - A White
"Who Murdered Napoleon?" governments in North Africa and House spokesman contended yes-OChecked ta l cloths
Unlike most detective stories, the Middle East to summon their terday Sen. Margaret Chase Smith
this one stops short of naming legislative bodies to consider the (R-Me) did not know what she
the murderer. 14-point proposal. was talking about in saying the C ndles
The plan, sponsored by the pro- Kennedy administration had at-
vincial government and the army tempted to steer a rifles contract (come over after the Four Freshmen)
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