U.N.O. Greets Yemen and Pakistan

“a8 SNES FAIS wa SAE ere U.N.O. | Greets Yemen and Pakistan FLUSHING MEADOWS, N.Y. Tuesday— where they signed their adhe- Britain today formally moved that Pakistan and rence to United Nations, the Yemen be admitted to United Nations. Pakistan was admitted by 53 votes to 1, the dissenting vote being that of Afghanistan. Afghanistan, although ‘shar- mission because of the N.W. ing heartily in the rejoicing of frontier. the people of Pakistan over The chief delegates of the’ their freedom said she could two new members were invit- not -upport Pakistan’s ad- ed to the president’s rostrum, Yemen’s Seif el Islam Ab- ' dullah, wearing «a colourful black gold embroidered silk . robe and white “‘turban,--con-- trasted vividly with Pakistan’s | Sir Zafrullah Khan, wearing a dark lounge suit, INDIA FAILS TO GET MAJORITY Argentina and Canada we- keelected with 41 votes each, - and for third place the Ukraine . polled 33 votes and India 29. As neither obtained the neces- sary two-thirds majority a second secret ba'‘lot between them was orde‘e! for the re- maining place- On the firs: ballot the other countries proposed were: . Czechoslovakia 8 votes, Uru- guay 8, Ethiopia 1, Greece 1, Guatemala 1 and the - Philip- ‘| pines 1. || as required a further ballot was Qn the second ballot, the Ukraine received 29 votes and India 24. As a 36 vote majority ‘oment.’ . S. were decided on after an adj Both Britain and the :| understood to have voted for India. -] Soviet Russia, which was believed to have voted for India on the-first | vote was said to have voted for the ine on the second.