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THU = - '. 'w', NOVEMBER 15, 1962

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE'

THUL , NOVEMBER 15, 1962 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

Thant

Temporarily

Puts

Aside

STRATEGY AGAINST SOCIALISTS:
Strauss Decides Not To Quit

Proposals oi
India Names Sad
New Minister
By H. NEIL BERKSON
S f IThe Scandinavian countries,
F or D'elense particularly Norway and Denmark,
are extremely worried about their
future relationship with the Eu-
By The Associated Press ropean Common Market.
NEW DELHI-A new defense Both countries have applied for
minister was appointed yesterday full membership in the Market,
in India: Y. B. Chavan, who has and the expectation has been, un-
a record as an able and imagina- til now, that they would be accept-
tive administrator as chief minis- ed as soon as the British get in.
ter of Maharastra state. The Christian Science Monitor,
Chavan takes over a post Indian however, reports that a memo-
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru randum circulating within the
himself had handled in the 15-day executive commission of the Eu-
interval since it was vacated by the ropean Economic Community sug-
controversial V. K. Krishna Menon gests that both Norway and Den-
under charges that Menon failed mark accept associate status for
to prepare India's defenses against the time being The memorandum
Red China's attack. is unofficial.
Finance Minister Moraji Desai Against Danish, Swedish
asked Parliament for $199.5 mil- At the same time, reports from'
lion to meet increased costs of the I Paris indicate that the French are
armed forces. The regular appro- more favorable to Danish parti-
priation for the fiscal year ending cipation in the EEC than to Nor-
next March 31 is $715 million. wegian. The French also are
Parliament authorized institu- against a Swedish bid for associate
tion of a state of emergency-a membership. Sweden, as a neutral,
modified form of martial law-and cannot accept the political impli-
completed passage of a resolution cations of full membership.
dedicating the Indian people "to Prof. Robert Stern of the eco-
drive out the aggressor from the nomics department notes that the
sacred soil of India, however long difference between associate and
and hard the struggle may be.," full membership in the EEC would
and essentially be political. He believes
In Washington, United States that "all the economic benefits the
officials are giving "urgent con- Scandinavians are after can come
sideration" to India's request for from associate status." n
transport aircraft. Prof. Inis Claude of the political
science department says that
Lodge Proposes France and other EEC countries
are concerned about making the
Coalition of Allies group too large. This would hinder
political integration.
SAN FRANCISCO (P) - Henry Limit Membership
Cabot Lodge proposed last night a "The eternal problem of the Eu- i
permanent free world organization ropean unification movement has
consistently capable of the "timely always been how to define Europe,"
and effective common action" he says. From a political stand-
which was achieved through Pres- point, Prof. Claude feels it makes
ident John F. Kennedy's leader- sense to keep the group small, to
ship in the Cuban missile crisis. limit Scandinavia to associate
"The group would not be exclusive, membership.
but its nucleus might be those free He says further that one possi-
nations with a high degree of eco- ble cause for the memorandum is
nomic sophistication," Lodge said. Scandinavia's tradition of social-
ism. All the Common Market
onfic dr rninntPd by Chrisi-

Cuban

i v
which yesterday began formal ne- i or not Britain

Situ ationl
U.S., Russia
Stand Firn
n joins the EEC.
has extensive eco- ~
s with Britain and 0roblem
o join if the British
Claude says.
believes the British Kennedy Still Insists
ugh he notes that On Three Objectives
e complicated and
Ong as another year By The Associated Press

BONN ( )-West German De-
fense Minister Franz Joseph
Strauss was ready to resign until
the opposition Socialists demand-
ed he be fired, authoritative
sources said yesterday.
One of the biggest political scan-
dals of West German Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer's 13-year ad-
ministration bristled while Ade-
nauer was in Washington confer-
ring with President John F. Ken-
nedy on the Berlin and Cuban
crises.
Sources close to Adenauer's
Christian Democratic Party said
Strauss planned to resign after
the chancellor voiced anger about
his defense chief's connection with
the Der Spiegel affair.
Illegal Spiegel
The case involves the arrest on
suspicion of treason of the pub-1

gotiation for entry, may have more
trouble getting into the Market
than Denmark because her econ-
omy is less advanced. "Norwegian
farming is highly protected," he
says, "while the Danes are large
exporters and have a higher aver-,
age income."
Depends on Britain
Both professors believe that the
ultimate question of Scandinavian
membership depends on whether

"Scandinavia Y
nomic relations
wouldn't want t
stay out," Prof.
Prof. Stern t
will get in, tho
negotiations ar
may take as lo
to complete. Af
Denmark and
full membershi
course.

fter that he thinks
Norway will gain
ip as a matter of

Kelley asks High Court
To Review GOP A ppeal
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON-The United States Supreme Court was asked
yesterday to deny a petition to review the Michigan supreme court's
July decision invalidating an apportionment provision of the state
constitution.
The original petition was brought by Senators John W. Fitzger-
ald (R-Grand Ledge), Frank D. Beadle (R-St. Clair) and Paul C.
Younger (R-Lansing).
Michigan Attorney General Frank P. Kelley, in an answer filed
on behalf of Secretary of State James M. Hare, said that the 1952
state constitutional amendment
freezing the districts violated the
United States Constitution.
The clause represents an arbi-
trary division of the state into geo-
gra phical areas to perpetuate an
invidious discrimination that was
the result of conscious neglect by. .
the state Legislature in obeying
the people's command to have dis-
tricts apportioned periodically on
a population basis, Kelley said.
The three Republican senators
asked the Supreme Court to order
a review of the state court deci-
sion which ordered redistricting of
the state Senate on a strictly pop-
ulation basis.
Then United States Supreme

UNITED NATIONS-United Na- lishers and four editors of the
tions Acting Secretary-General U weekly newsmagazine which has
Thant was reported yesterday to been bitterly critical of Strauss and
have temporarily shelved new So- West German defenses.
viet-Cuban proposals for settling The Socialists Tuesday demand-
the Cuban crisis. ed Strauss be ousted when he ad-
A UN spokesman said Thant act-
ed at the request of the two coun-I
tries.
The proposals were not present- c Um enlca
ed to the United States-apparent-
ly because they faced certain re-
jection.,o y p i
Secrecy surrounded the exact
nature of the proposals, but they
were described as based on pre- VATICAN CITY OP)--A basic
vious demands by Cuban Prime theological issue shook the Ro-
Minister Fidel Castro for United man Catholic Ecumenical Council
States withdrawal of the naval yesterday, opening what appeared
base at Guantanamo and an end to be a wide split in the worldwide
to United States economic and po- assembly of bishops and posed a
litical pressures against Cuba. question for Christian unity.
Thought Unacceptable Brought before the 2,200 council
Diplomats speculated that Thant fathers in St. Peter's Basilica was
had felt that the proposals in their a draft constitution that would
original form were bound to be un- give new doctrinal emphasis in
acceptable to the United States. answering this question: Where is
They said that in the event the the revealed word of God found?
Soviet Union and Cuba persisted Cardinals expressed varying opin-
he would have no other choice ions in the council's secret session.
than to forward them. Some favored it, some opposed it
These developments came as the and others asked that it be com-
United States stressed to Thant its pletely revised, the council press
desire for a speedy settlement of office said, without disclosing
the crisis. The spokesman for exactly who said what.
Thant reported some progress, but Apparently there was some con-
basic United States and Soviet po- cern about putting into writing-
sitions appeared unchanged. at this time when efforts are be-
The word in Washington and ing made to bring Christians closer
here was that the United States together-something that has long
was still insisting upon three im- been accepted in Roman Catholi-
mediate objectives: removal of cism but not in Prostestantism.
more than 24 Soviet jet bombers The general Roman Catholic
from Cuba, adequate verification view is that two sources-scrip-
of removal of all offensive weap-? ture and tradition-are equally
ons and arrangements for keeping the revealed word of God.
new weapons f'rnm arriving in Some Protestants accept only the
Cuba. written word. Most consider tradi-
Now Up to Kennedy tion a source of divine truth, but
Soviet sources said they regard- give priority to scripture and be-
ed the removal of 42 missiles un- lieve the i n s i g h t s developed
der United States naval inspec- through tradition must be rooted
tion as the major concession and in scripture.
it is now up to President John F.
Kennedy to pl dge that the Unit-j Lesu k Holds
ed States will not invade Cuba.
The firm United States attitude
in the crisis wa> hemonstratfur- Lead over Reid
ther in Washington with the state-
ment by a spokesman for the By The Associated Press
State Departme :t that any build-
up of offensive naval faciities in DETROIT-Lt. Gov. T. John Le-
Cuba would be regarded as a threat sinski yesterday held a lead of 2,-
to the Western Hemisphere. 411 votes over his Republican op-
The proposals sent to Thant ponent for the office, Clarence A.
tvere believed to be the product of Reid.
the talks between Castro and So- Results are in from 63 of the
viet Deputy Premier Anastas I. state's 83 counties, but among
Mikoyan in Havana. those not yet reporting official
With plans in suspension for in- figures are Wayne, Oakland, Ma-
spection of Cuba-bound shipping comb, Genesee and Kent Counties
by the International Committee of -the five most populous. The out-
the Red Cross, attention centered come of the lieutenant governor's
on the continuing United States race may not come for a while, as
naval arms blockade and aerial counties have until Nov. 26 to re-
surveillance. port.

mitted playing an active part in
the case, after first denying it.
"When the Socialists made their
demand, the Christian Democratic
West .Leaders
.Discuss .Berlin
WASHINGTON (A)-West Ger-
man Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
and President John F. Kennedy
met yesterday to confer on how
the outcome of the Cuban situa-
tion is influencing Russian think-
ing about Berlin.
Kennedy is reported to believe
that his firm stand convinced the
Soviets that the United States
means it when it says America will
not flinch in Berlin. The German
leader was said to doubt that the
Kremlin has understood the mes-
sage.
They were reported in agreement
that the Cuban issue must be re-
solved before any new Western ini-
tiative for settling other cold war
disputes-including Berlin.
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Party was forced to place itself be-
hind Strauss since otherwise the
public would have accused the par-
ty of bowing to the Socialists," an
official close to the Adenauer ad-
ministration said.
Changed Mind
Strauss reportedly then with-
drew his resignation after confer-
ring secretly with West German
President Heinrich Luebke.
When the magazine executives
were arrested more than two weeks
ago, the outcry was immediately
directed against Strauss.
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countries are aomnate uy uir
tian Democratic parties.
Prof. Stern says that Norway,
Riverride Jazz Albums
on sale
$1.89 each or
3 for $5.00
both monural and stereo
Grinnels.. . 323 S. Main

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Court Justice Potter Stewart in
July issued a temporary stay of
proceeding halting the state court's
order for reapportionment of the
Senate districts.
The senators will seek a full re-
view by the Supreme Court of the
state court's decision that the Sen-
ate districts frozen into the con-
stitution by the 1952 amendment
constitute discrimination and viol-
ated the equal protection clause
of the United States Constitution.
The 1952 amendment added twoj
seats to the Senate as created by
the 1908 Constitution. The largest
district now has 690,000 residents
while the smallest contains 50,000,
a disproportion of 12-1.

PROF. CARL COHEN
... world birth control

Cohen Predicts
International
Birth Control
EAST LANSING VP)--Births will
one day be under strict control of
world governments, Prof. Carl
Cohen of the philosophy depart-
ment told a mental health research
conference at Michigan State Uni-
versity Tuesday.
Parenthood probably will be per-
mitted only under a highly selec-
tive plan, as this is the only hu-
mane way to solve the world's ex-
ploding population problem.
"It seems to me entirely likely1
that some controls on reproduc-
tion will sooner or later be impos-
ed on the human race by itself,"
Prof. Cohen said.

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Mi West a
LONDON-British PrimeMis- world";
ter Harold Macmillan opened a kov em
full-scale investigation last night gle for
into rumors that one of his ad-
miralty ministers had planned to UNI
flee behind the Iron Curtain with was rea
a British homosexual spy. The nation
prime minister told a stunned will res
House of Commons he was ask- neva N
ing "for a trial of the truth" into nv
the talk involving Thomas Gal- WAS
braith, who has been removed as cent fe
civil lord of the admiralty. boat fa
at mid
SOPHIA-Bulgaria's ruling Com- ilar lev
munist Party pledged solid support in half
yesterday for Soviet Premier Niki-
ta S. Khrushchev's proclaimed pol- WAS
icy of peaceful coexistence with the partme

as "the wisest policy in the
as party chief Todor Zhiv-
nerged victorious in a strug-
power with Stalinists.
TED NATIONS-Agreement
ached yesterday that the 18-
committee on disarmament
sume its negotiations in Ge-
'ov. 26.
3HINGTON - The 10 per
ederal tax on rail, bus and
ares passed out of existence
night last night and a sim-
vy on air fares will be cut
* * *
SHINGTON-The Labor De-
nt reported yesterday the

average factory work week de-
clined by 18 minutes in October
and as a result weekly average
earnings fell 72 cents below Sep-
tember's figures.
SPRINGFIELD-Illinois yester-
day became the first state in the
union to adopt a proposed United
States constitutional ban on poll
taxes.
NEW YORK-The Stock Market
resumed its upward movement in
vigorous trading yesterday due to
encouraging economic reports. The
Dow Jones 30 industrial average
was up 7.37, 20 rails up 1.95, 15
utilities up 1.12 and 65 stocks up
2.58.

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