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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 28, 1991, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Bush Continued from Page 1 missiles that can be launched from submarines and ships to hit short-range enemy Most are based in Europe and are aimed at Soviet Some are deployed in South Korea aimed at the Bush's proposal would maintain tactical nuclear bombs deployed on land-based have asked the Soviets to go down this road with us - to destroy their entire inventory of theater nuclear Bush said in a nationally broadcast He called on Moscow to open negotiations for a quick agreement to eliminate all long-range ballistic missiles with multiple an area in which the Soviet Union has a large He did not propose negotiations on multiple warhead missiles at The United States has more of those weapons than the Soviet superiority a area the United States has maintained an edge prospect of a Soviet invasion into Western launched with little or no is no longer a realistic Bush Warsaw Pact has In the Soviet the advocates of democracy triumphed over a coup that would have restored the old system of can now take steps to make the world a less dangerous place than ever before in the nuclear The president said he had the support of the Joint Chiefs of Bush said the leaders in the Kremlin and the republics were questioning their need for a huge nuclear a he now have an unparalleled opportunity to change the nuclear posture of both the United States and the Soviet Bush no one doubt we will still retain the necessary strength to protect our security and that of our He said he had adopted the plan after consultations with Great France and as well as other allied The Bush announcement Elimination of all short-range nuclear Most of these are stored in though some are based in South Withdrawal of all tactical nuclear weapons from submarines and surface That would include Tomahawk cruise the weapons whose pinpoint accuracy | Markets Chicago Board of Trade CHICAGO - Futura oo Ihc Board ol Friday WHEAT MM bl MUn blab I Dtt US 332 im Mir 328 4 m m m im 1 1.15'a i 3.17 3.17 m oil COIN 1.000 bi MS 1MV. 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Resolutions 242 and 338, guaranteeing total withdrawal from territories occupied in war 1967. The concept of land for peace and the national rights of the Palestinian Resolution of the status of Jerusalem as a part of occupied Arab A halt to settlements to begin the process of peace and international guarantees to secure The right of the Palestine Liberation Organization to form its delegation from inside and outside the occupied including Arafat's Bassam Abu and PNC member Abdel Rahman both said Thursday that the PLO would insist on designating the members of the Palestinian delegation who would attend the peace and that the list would be relayed to Secretary of State James Hutchinson News Sept. 28,1991 Page 2v SCHMUCKER INC. 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TUES. - - 8:30 - 5:30 SAT. 8:00 - 1:00 miles north of 30th on Plum Street from We also stock lots of hardwoods & custom roof 8. floor green oak and much CALL 316-489-6624 Soviets sure to welcome Bush will aid sagging economy Los Angeles Times MOSCOW - For a nation struggling to salvage its economy from decades of costly President Bush's arms reduction proposals will bring the Soviet Union a real opportunity to break and the Kremlin is certain to welcome Many of Bush's actions and proposals respond to some Soviet goals - the withdrawal of tactical nuclear weapons from the start of naval arms a general de-escalation of the military confrontation between the But there will be Bush has pressed U.S. advantages hard in proposing the elimination of intercontinental ballistic where the Soviet Union has an in favor of a where the United States has Bush is also clearly trying to lock in substantial arms cuts under President Mikhail S. Gorbachev that a possibly more con- Gorbachev Yeltsin servative Soviet leader might not In the current turbulent atmosphere of Soviet that could work both for and against the Bush had explained his initiative in a telephone call to Gorbachev before he spoke in Washington on Friday recognizing the new balance of power Bush also talked with Russian Federation President Boris N. who sets much of the political agenda Yeltsin responded praising the Bush initiative and calling on the Soviet Union to re- spond with matching who was still conferring with Soviet is expected to comment over the an aide With Yeltsin as his new Gorbachev may as Bush with reciprocal but unilateral measures of his But the political costs will be closely who has campaigned for an end to all nuclear weapons by the year 2000, has used concessions to move arms control negotiations But these hurt him with conservatives and many senior army commanders against has made clear his desire to move even faster toward nuclear and his support for new Soviet moves could prove impact on Soviet foreign policy was evident this month in Moscow's agreement to end arms shipments to Afghanistan and to pull troops out of Surface tension Associated Press photo Kindergartner Megan Grisolano stands carefully as Chris and teacher Marty Sours pull a bubble up around her during a science project at George Nettle's Elementary School in Pittsburg on Friday The project was designed to help the students learn about surface Continued from Page 1 One of the speakers the group heard was Richard acting director of the was very impressed with all that he asked if there were any I from What do you think of Mr. He went on to explain that he had worked with Gates and thought very highly of He hoped that he would be He swears by said he supported I have heard from everyone is that he will make a superior head to the he Another member of the OSS who served with also supports Al is a friend of and organized the recent reunion of OSS think he should be Materazzi the most qualified by any You get the feeling that outside the Beltway no one cares about the It seems that some people are kicking a four-year-old dead horse for political The dead is if Gates knew about the Another more recent point of contention is whether Gates and the CIA intelligence to make it fit President Reagan's own political Materazzi said he could understand why some people within the CIA might not be enamored of Gates has been involved in the intelligence gathering portion of the a friction develops between those involved in intelligence gathering and those involved in Materazzi CIA staff involved in operations typically are those who do types of operations in places such as Nicaragua or Materazzi said he thought everyone at the reunion left supporting nomination for CIA Legal Notices published in The Hutchinson News on 21, 1991) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF RENO KANSAS to 59) IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE I Case OF WALTER C. a I 9IP164 I NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS You and each ol you will take notice that on September 9, 1991, Kenneth E. was appointed executor ol the will ot the above-named and duly qualified as such executor and letters testamentary were Issued to him on September 9. 1991, by the Legal Notices above-named All parties interested In said estate will take notice and govern themselves All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against Iho said estate within lour months Irom the dale ot the first cation of this as provided by and if their demands arc not thus they shall be forever KENNETH E. Executor ot the will of Walter C. deceased SUTER 8. ROSE 129 West Second - P.O. Box 1868 Kansas 67504 1868 Attorneys tor Executor 73*5 Notices published in The Hutchinson October 24, 1991 The Training and Evaluation Inc. of is requesting capital assistance lor transportation of the elderly and handicapped under section 16(b) of Ihe Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964, as The service will be provided for residents of Hutchinson and the surrounding Inc. Invites any Interested public or private transit or operators within the service area to offer their comments and Letters of support should be mailed within 30 days P.O. Box 399. 47504 0399. T. 7365 News If you see news happening or have a good idea for a feature call The News at 662-3311 Hutchinson 1-800 766-3311). The tipster with the best tip of the week wins Break Continued from Page 1 wasn't any federal jurisdiction and no crime apparently had been It was too late for the sheriff to catch a flight from Kansas to Balloun earlier had discounted evidence of a possible struggle at the farmstead southeast of Russell that Mrs. Butts shared with her husband and five was a setup he to get FBI he told the agency there was a possibility Mrs. Butts had been napped and taken across state ' Two FBI agents then went to airport and interviewed the Balloun said the agents were told that the trip was inspired by Book of Revelation in the Bible and that the end of the world was The University Daily Kansan Lawrence reached Mrs. Brock in where the group to catch a connecting flight to Mrs. Brock refused to the group's said William a Kansan i. Ramsey also talked to Sairi Mrs. Brock's Thursday He said he been contacted by his wife op the Kansan In Russell none of family members of the missing women would Wayne Butts didn't return phone calls after messages were left his And Sam Brock refused to accept telephone calls He went to Sonya Brock's dormitory room 1<{ days after her disappearance picked up her personal He withdrew both of his from Brock's Lucille said the family still had no planation why her daughter-in-law and granddaughters left ' 1 Investigators speculate group's trip is connected to belief that were coming to rescue them from aj nuclear The dates of group's disappearances with biblical descriptions of Several other questions The sheriff can't explain eight-day gap between when Brocks vanished Sept. 9 and disappearance Sept. 17. theory is that the Brock drove to Ottawa to pick up and then returned for Mrs. J Another question is how group paid for its tors monitored the bank and credit cards of the but saw no they'd been saving Balloun Once the FBI reports and paper work come in next Balloun plans to close the ' isn't a happy said threw their lives and the lives of theirs | The Hutchinson News BEAUTIFUL HEALTHY FALL STOCK Just 665-5500 Prairie Hills Nursery Open Weekdays ft Saturdays till 6:00 p.m. 2999 E. 30th Dillon Nature 662-3311 outside 1-800-766-3311 daily and Sunday al 300 West 2nd Richard E. editor and publisher Department Roger editor director Kevin director Jim operations director supervisor Gregg supervisor Debbie director Mary assistant managing Angie Focus Bob David sports Rex promotion Mary state George composing room i months in carrier Subscription Single 35c Mail in Year plus 6 months plus 3 months plus tax Mail Out ol Year 6 months Mail subscriptions not accepted delivery Suggested Home Delivery By Carrier 58.53 per plus Motor Route per plus Sunday Carrier and Motor SI per including Second class postage paid at 67504 0190. 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