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dical Organizations

Kennedy Explams
Need for Program
WASHINGTON R)-Armed with charts and a coffee pot, Presi-
dent John F. Kennedy set out yesterday to educate Congress and the
public on the need for a new trade program.
The charts were used to show how each state is affected by pat-
terns of commerce. The coffee was served to Democratic senators
who attended the President's seminar at the White House.
Kennedy told his news conference last Monday that "when the

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educational job is done," Congress and the public will
that his request for broader tar-

be convinced

.. . controversy

Pravda Hits
1 1
nAt Molotov
fits MOSCOW OP)-V. M. Molotov
sti- was condemned by Pravda yester-r
dot- day as a dogmatic opponent of
an- Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev's
eri- policy of peaceful coexistence, "the
3lue most important question of our
nd- Communist leaders of Albania,
ties unrepentent Stalinists-ano by.
ocal implication Red China's hierarchy
the which supports them-also were
as criticized for what Pravda called
slanderous attacks on the policy.
niz- It assailed Molotov, 71-year-old
ght former foreign minister of Stalin's
plan day, little more than a week after
ged he appeared suddenly and inex-
plicably in the news. A foreign
ministry statement said then that
cia- Molotov would be returning to his
cia- atoms-for-peace job in Vienna.
eeks This was interpreted as indicating
tion he had won a fight against ouster
' 65 from the party.
ern- Molotov never reached Vienna,
the however, and the foreign ministry
e to refused further comment about
iple his assignment.
d Attack Shows
for Deep Worry'
s Over Cleavage
ram Associated Press Newsfeatures Writer
li- Moscow's renewed attack on V.
M. Molotov and the so-called an-
ti-party group must reflect deep
ro- Kremlin worry over what may be-
e come the most serious world Com-
n-e munist cleavage in more than 40
or a years.
ied Apparently Soviet Premier Ni-
der. kita S. Khrushchev's battle for the
bove final disgrace of Molotov still goes
i be on. Old Bolshevik Molotov is a
e at man who knows where bodies are
dual buried and the resistance seems
to have been stubborn.
ions Indications of the whiplash ef-
ucci fect of this internal war are be-
coming more obvious. The 22nd
pro- Soviet Party Congress in October
ra- sowed confusion throughout the
am- world movement, and the confu-
ests sion is being, compounded by lack
of a decisive Khrushchev victory
rage over his opposition.
,1 or The development is one result of
been Khrushchev's attempts to atone
ex- in the eyes of Soviet and world
han opinion for Stalin's excesses, in
y as which Khrushchev himself once
played a significant part.

iff cutting authority is in the
country's best interest.
Senators said Kennedy urged
support of his proposal for the
purchase of $100 million in Unit-
ed Nations bonds as well as for
his trade program.
Sen. Mike Mansfield of Mon-
tana, the Democratic leader, quot-
ed the President as saying he
realizes there are differences of
opinion among the Democrats on
both of these major issues.
A Senate-House economic sub-
committee issued a report saying
Congress should give Kennedy the
kind of broad trade bargaining
power he seeks, but also should
lay down clear guidelines for help-
ing industries hurt by lowered tar-
This domestic aspect of Ken-
nedy's drive for authority to deal
with the rising economic power of
the European Common Market is
expected to be the critical ques-
tion in Congress. Many votes may
be determined by what members
hear from home about the effect
of foreign goods on factories and
The subcommittee report-about
which all three Republican mem-
bers expressed some reservations
"The idea of incorporating into
trade legislation provisions to per-
mit the President to offer . . . as-
sistance to individual firms and
workers who face hardship as a
result of accelerated import com-
petition deserves a try.
"It should-be left to the discre-
tion of the President whether to
employ tariff relief or trade ad-
justment assistance or some com-
bination of both," the report add-
-The subcommittee, headed by
Rep. Hale Boggs (D-La) ,published
its report in the wake of the sign-
ing of a broad trade agreement
with the European Common Mar-

Romney Seeks
Political Aid
From Leaders
LANSING - George Romney,
vice-president of the Constitu-
tional Convention and probable
Republican gubernatorial choice,
began a series of private meetings
Tuesday with key Republican leg-
He met for 60 minutes with
Sens. Frank D. Beadle (R-St. Clair
Shores), Senate caucus leader, and
Lynn O. Francis (R-Midland),
leader of the Senate conservative
The Senate's "moderate bloc"
has indicated it will back Rom-
ney publicly for governor, even
to the point of pushing his Citi-
zens for Michigan tax program,
which has a personal flat rate
income-corporate profits tax.
Republicans in Oakland County
(Romney's home district) indicate
they are willing to support Sen.
William G. Milliken (R-Traverse
City) for a spot as Romney's run-
ning mate for lieutenant-governor.
Milliken said he would like to
run on such a ticket.
African .heads
To Meet Soon
LAGOS, Nigeria (MP)-The heads
of most of Africa's 28 independent
states will attend an African sum-
mit conference starting here Jan.
25, a government spokesman said
The foreign ministers of all 28
states will attend a preliminary
meeting Jan. 22 to settle the agen-
da for the summit session, he said.

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nunciation of the devil should con-
tinue to be part of its catechism
for at least the next seven years.
ed Nations said last night that
Antoine Gizenga, deposed deputy
premier of the Congo, has protest-
ed against his censure by the
Congolese parliament and appeal-
ed to UN acting Secretary-Gen-
eral U Thant for protection.
* * *
WASHINGTON - President
John F. Kennedy put into effect
yesterday government regulations
recognizing the right of federal
employes to join unions and nego-
tiate agreements on their working
NEW YORK - Stocks took a
sharp loss yesterday on the New
York Stock Exchange, as a late
selling gust battered prices. The
Dow Jones Industrial Average
dropped 7.88 to a closing 697.41.
Yesterday's volume was 3.78 mil-
lion shares as compared with 3.65
million on Tuesday.
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