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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 29, 1991, Hutchinson, Kansas Hutchinson News Sept. 29,1991 With Bush seeks to force cuts in Soviet By Doyle McManus Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON - President Bush's sweeping proposals to reduce short-range nuclear weapons and puil U.S. nuclear forces back from the brink of confrontation were aimed principally at helping Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev do the same things in the Soviet Union - where the issue of who controls nuclear weapons is still a chillingly open The of the Soviet Union in the aftermath of last month's aborted coup convinced Bush and his advisers that they needed to act fast to prevent the Kremlin's estimated 27,000 nuclear warheads from falling into the wrong officials the unstable political situation in Moscow left no time for the old-fashioned approach of proposing negotiations that might take years to hear That is why Bush decided on the almost unprecedented tactic of offering unilateral U.S. arms reductions and then appealing to to match the moves in his own they moves challenge the Soviets - both the central governments and the republics - to do what we're doing by responding with initiatives of their Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney said President Gorbachev and Republic President Boris Yeltsin have talked about their desire to reduce their nuclear We want to give them an opportunity to do to match their words with their Administration officials said Saturday that they were pleased by initial which was to call the Bush proposals and to promise that the Soviet Union would make reciprocal In a broad Bush's proposals were an attempt to bring nuclear arms control up to date in a world where the central threat is no longer from a centrally controlled Soviet but rather the prospect that nuclear weapons might escape the control of a Associated Press photo Members of the last crew to stand on alert at Carswell Air Force Base talk around a after a press conference The base's bombers were removed from alert status Saturday for the first time since 1957. Kremlin that America now regards as a friendly Bush is talking about nuclear weapons in a War said former U.S. arms control negotiator Richard a different a different kind of arms But in a more immediate and practical the president's package focused on the nuclear systems that could most easily fall into the wrong nuclear explosives intended for battlefield missiles that can be launched by individual commanders and mobile missiles that can be moved on ordinary noted Brookings Institution analyst Joshua U.S. strategists worried first about the threat from Moscow's heavy long-range the real threat is in the he During the first 24 hours of the coup - when it looked as if the who mounted the putsch might succeed - administration officials found themselves nervously considering the prospect of a Soviet Union ruled by hard-line Cold Warriors They also realized that the United States was not sure who controlled the Soviet Union's fearsome nuclear the leaders of the or Soviet general After the coup Yeltsin ariP the leaders of other Soviet publics began demanding a greater say in the management of Kremlin's nuclear arsenal - a prospect that immediately alarmed Bush and his for it could turned the Soviet Union from ont unstable nuclear superpower Ukraine and the republics where nuclear weapons are | possibility of an unS authorized launch or unauthorized individuals getting control of thti nuclear weapons is relatively Cheney we can't be precise about is what of arrangements will exist in two or three years from Bush ordered his aides to begin work on a new nuclear disarmament proposal in the week after the failed while he was still at his summer home in officials Service Your satisfaction is the measure of our The Hutchinson News 662-3311 Gorbachev hails Bush's proposal Now is the lime for all good men to come to the aid of LAWNS STEP 3 Lawn Food Plus Hon A lull leeding lor your lawn plus an iron Fall feedings are the most important ihe Apply when temperatures are 28-4-4 elements STEP 4 Prepare your lawn lor winter and insure a quick next This leeding helps your lawn up and provides lood reserves lor next spring 25-3-6 elements Granules Used to control sod and For water lightly alter each For water well apply then water moderately It's time to prepare your lawn tor next LAWN FOOD is the answer lor great looking Soviet president says his country The MOSCOW - President Mikhail Gorbachev Saturday praised Bush's pledge for dramatic cuts in the U.S. nuclear ar- saying he had no immediate counterproposal but that the Soviet Union Gorbachev While hailing Bush's proposals as a process that a serious movement toward a Gorbachev said on nationwide television that it was Prairie Hills Nursery Open Weekdays & Saturdays till 6:00pm - 2999 E. 30th Irom Dillon Nature PRAIRIE HILLS THERE IS A MAYTAG AND HOMETOWN INC. 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