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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - January 27, 1962, Abilene, Texas ÍEíje Abilene Sorter gm    xo    03 SATURDAY 3 STAR FINAL"WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH Y( AS IT GOES"—Byron 81ST YEAR, NO. 224ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1962—TWENTY TAGE.b TWO SECTIONS A%snriatPfi Prp^n m Shot at Moon Far Off Course 1 Glenn Preparing For Space Orbit ANUHNA I t ytnwud , rw r* r*«4 By FRED S. HOFFMAN ¡ CAPE CANAVEH.AL, Fla. <AP) (See related stories, F*age 9*B) ^The countdown clicked off flaw-!of a variety of troubles in the At-lessly, the weather outlook was jigs rocket and the two-ton goixl, and John H. Glenn Jr.    7"    space    capsule, C0..I, (U and ready lYiday on lhe| eve of his epic rocket ride into^„„^ countdown went off Friday .    without    a    snag.    'Hie    remaining    si.x The 40-year-old Marine Corps    of    the count—which in lieutenant colonel was reported yyives a detailed final check of aware of the risk—but he gave no entire system—was due to be sign of fear that something would rt*sumed shortly after midnight, go wrong when he blasts off from vMth blastoff'set for 7:30 a.m.. this spiiceport Saturday, aiming    90    rninutes    leeway to for three orbital circuits from straighten out any last-minute to 150 miles above earth at about Glenn’s mission—the first by an 17.500 miles an hour. Failure    Blamed On Fast    Speed By RE.M PRICE    j    'Fhe    camera equipped and in- i CAPE CANAVERAL, F'la (AP) strument-laden, 727 p«und pack- —The I nited States fired a space- age    ^iji    travel past the mf)on craft at the moon Friday, but a and    out    into space Ix^yond    and 20,0(K)- to 30,COO-mile miss will an orbit around the sun. send It into orbit around the sun.i .    ,    .    v\c\ Up until    the time NAS.A    an- 1 A spokesman for the N’ational    mi.ss.    this had iAeronautics and Space Adminis-:,^jYij.(j {q |^,e a remarkable tech-tration said the gold- and silver-    achievement, one be- plated instrument package failed gjj ex|)cciations. on its mission because of “exces- ,, ,,    ^ , sive velocity." but he didn't spell    Purposf^- one ij^    miY.iie -c'rveci as a launching .M I’rojeel R.vnjer's home, the P'"(    -'P'“«' for ii >i-cond, pay- .let I’ropulsion laboratory. Pasa- The months of intensive prepa-' Anw»rican into orbit-w ill. if‘sucrât ions approached climax pitch c^ssful, carry U. S. manned space and all the signs were promising exploration to its farthest frontier after four postponements because yet, H g    g    But IJ. Col. John Powers. Astronaut Gets Added Protection Bv ALTON RI.AKESl.EE AssM-iafcd Press Science Writer _ lii iit</0»Alßt I «. It f ( I If«. I • Of-rf tf.i t 1 • f f»i r. fly ‘ rAf t At»# .1. .. Í? - OM! rv» »»*■»•»»«■ d    > spokesman for the .seven-man astronaut team, noted it is a “tiny little step” toward the objective of landing an American on the moon in this decade. Glenn    and his standby pilot, Navy Lt. Cmdr. Malcolm Scott Carpenter. 36, were spending the day studying and reviewing the; flight plan, technical reports, launch preparation data and the like They also were due to confer CAPE CANAVEIIAL. Fla. lAP'    ™    '.>«    variou,« -Even it his brakin,; r«.ke!s !j“*« failed,    astronaut ,lohn H.    (;ieiiir”''P“'')'    oPfralion involves K Jr. wiU    have an aee in-spaee card    "'pp'“''«    *'»"'»'*• "’»pp,    ^ to ti-v    to set down from    orhit    PPPO'cry    ships. m.my planes and It would take the skill of a mp thousands of persons pilot to do it load i »rrying mi.s.sile. dena, Calif , another spokesman The NA.S,\ .scienti.sts had hope-said that while the instrument fuh.v thought that by 9;30 a m. package would mi.s.s, an effort Monday morning they would be-might still be made to photograph ^in to have the answers to some the moon as planned.    ancient    questions. ' The Russians succe>sfully pho- Wh.tt dws the mwin look like tographed the moon in 1959 fromii,,.*. up ’ What i.- the eomposi-over 37,000 miles away.    ;i,,u    moon    s surface * Is it ! The terse report from \AS.\    by moonquakes and j headquarters here did not specify pounded by mettporiles How m- ASTKONATT’S VEUK’I.K — Drawing by AP Artist John A. Carlton details ve- how n'uch more than the hide which Astronaut John Glenn will ride into space for an attempted three iPh'^nned 24 .500 miles an hour orbits around the earth. The Mercury capsule with its overhead escape tower will be lifted into orbit by an Atlas rocket. (AP Wirephoto) SIH* .MtKLV, J»g. 7-A, Col. 3 ( %r Wtrpplink») MD3N RÍR KKT ... on way up GRIM NOTE Plea for Space Program Made WEATHER By SAIL PETT    'in    orbit.    Powers said, a week to The green-eyed, compactly-built;    CAN’.AVF'R.AL.    Fla. f.APi jq days but the oxygen system He could fire little jet.s of steam^nd his standby have!-«« Ihe ^ve of takeoff. John Her-    24    hours ■I J .    .    I    !    ilieen    ’’coin*’    down    the    road    to-*schel    Glenn Jr. appealed Friday“    .    .    l. 1 u —normally used to control the al-. ™    ,    f    *    *k    a.« .«.kiL »««««»in,.« In that time, officials back in the tjlude or position ol his capsule R«'''«''; m Iheir rehearsals lor the to the American public to continue ________     , -tor a series of little hrakinR ac-!'"'*’""' «PffU'mn. II for any rea- its support sptx>d '.he sp.acecraft attaineti .As a result of the added and unexpi'cted kick, there wnl. of course, be no in.strumcnt reports from the moon. The N’.AS.A announcement said -    _ that instead of «w; hours of the! I. s.    iii esKTMiM    OK (o'lMKRi I-.    f’lghN the spacecraft    would    pas.-' W> \riHK Bl Kl VI (Wfniher Mül».    i'*«f    2-V»    the mooo s trajectory    in oO    lo a.> XRIl.KNK AM) VklMrY    Radius    40    hoUJS. MilfSi* Clear tn partly cioudv    .»nd    -p'.,    x» a o«    -    i    .   _    i cold .Saiurdav Saturday niaht    and    Sun    * OC    s.XhA    spoKt man saiu prC-, d«,' Hifh Saturday about    ä*'    '"W Saturday night 30 to 3S, high Sunday So NORTH CKNTR.VL TKX AS    F.iir Saturday through Sunday Cotjler Saturday COniertnte A little bb(A. cise figures on the tryieclory AFTER NEW THREATS Congo Military Drive Planned 4t< 48 4« 4.1 i.t 45 44 44 47 would he available later after a: on how much the' warmer Sunday High Saturday guidance System « an bc Utilized. The news shortly after 8 a» p m. EST kmx'kcd a large num- her of enrelully .akulau-d Plans    '¿mp;,,;; rCVirfcR VTl RKS a m.    i    rida» 4“ 6 Ot,. sunrisse preparations, 7 3*1 sunwi tonnhi ^ 07. j Barometer leading at 9 pm.; 28 33. I Humioity at 9 p m 82 • CONFERENCE WORK DUE of space exploration control    center at Cape    Canaveral I son Glenn cannot make    the flight,    even    if he    should die Saturday, could    continue to talk    with    him. This could slow him down    ^    kX’spite    the    injection    ot this sin- but do nothing more,    , ually lo head home,    Sle grim note, the 4o-year-old as- Such discussion reflected neith- *“ln the worst extremity, this Notional .Aeronautic.s and Space,tronaut was reported, by all in er the general mixxl of the as-’ could bring him down.” said of-    ■'^'^'''''^tration officials obviou.sly    attendance on him at his quarters    ironaut    nor that    of    scienti.sts,    en-; ficiaks of the National Aeronauticsnot expecting any last-minute    in hangar S, lo bt» in go(x1 spirits,    gineers    and technicians    moving    ni*hi and Space Administration.    jillncs.s to thwart Glenn.    |m top physical condition, calm, forward with last One nightmarish but slight riskj. Asked to descrifje Glenn’s phys-iconfidem and eager to go.    for    the launch. is that Glenn’s retro, or braking, j^nl shafx*. Powers replied with He has little time to wait. The —-- nx'kets    could    somehow    fail    to fire.jf C'"'' “1 wouldn’t want to    get    countdown    has Ix'gun. At 7 30 He    IS    dejxmding    on    them    toJ''lo a boxing ring with    him”    a m.    Fkastern Standard Time Sat- slow his spt'cd enough so hci Powers said Glenn wanted it    urday he is schtxluled to be hurled conx's out of orbit. If he cannot    stressed that although “we have    mto space to become the first slow down appreciably, he would **«tluced the risk as far as human-!Anierican to orbit the earth, continue orbiting until hi.s oxygen ly^fxissible, there s still a risk    Marine    Corps    colonel’s    ap supply ran out, and ultimately his ship would burn up in the atnxis-phere. Glenn’s capsule has 18 nozzles did not stop exploration, out of which he can .squirt jt't.s What would happt'n if the sys-;’’ of steam to change the attitude tern for bringing the space cap-or jiosition of his craft in its flight sule back from orbit didn’t work? and correct roll, pitch or yaw re{K)iters aske<l either automatically or by hand. 1» m 1 00    1« 2 UO    W i :?'»«    6i 4 ‘X*    .    59 u m    55 ♦, (m    51 7 1«)    .    50 8 0    47 9 («>    4« 10 t«l 11 WI a V    1'-’ UO High and kh» for 24 hour* eodin* 9 ment ever attempted pm 8! and 42. High and low aa-m«    date |a«t year ¡against undiYciplimxl troops and    civilizinn    influence    of    the maraudinc youth hands in the into a cocked hat. At 3 .30 p m. F'riday the Lnit ed States had rocketed the gold-.^g,^.j.g (    j^e    L    N    made and .sil\er-plati*d spacecraft    announeement    as    it    ieamed ward the moon s bright side in    threats of ne w massacre.^, of the most complex space ex|)cn- By PF:TER CiROSE ipoign would not be swift or dra-LELPOLUVILLE, the (’Aingoimatie. AF*'—The I'nitcxl Nations an-’ Witchcraft, secret societies and nounced Friday tt is o{x*ning a murderoua rituiili, have persisted in the area for eencrations de- whit« announcemcnf of new priests .    ,    A    British    officer    with    Nigerian' rep.,rts Irom^ the space ■rhe astronauts spokesman re-jj„,y] relayed to newsmen bv caliwi that throushout history pi- [ ^ (■„, j„|,„ Powers, the as- "’«' ironauts' personal spokesman, lie !.said Glenn had brought it up in. Senate Loan Shark Bill Turned Down by House Bv LEE .ÎONES ALSTIN ,\F'—House members onversation, that Glenn hopcsj newsmen understand the complexity of his mission ....__....__.    ^    ■    “He    wants you to understand,” We estimate he could .survive p __ a(Oi(»a ••th-it he and we Hatlv rejected the .Senate's loan “ixniders can Je"%r,'.mn7”™p:    CX    ^'-k    .-H. Kr,.lay a ,.„nlcr..n..o .jrthar^rand i« k onrw-,as“p:,;n,,;« “wurd TOs Is ho.ause Glenn's capsule'“'ly    ‘””7^    ill” ‘ of will carry an oxvgen sunnlv for    recogni/ed    the    .»lomuiy. risk, that there could be a mal-i Ihe Senate hill is a committee feisences between the Hou.se and man tor 100 years. It wa- .it Kirxiu that mutinous i'on,gtile-.e killed .■7n<l butchered 13 I N' Itvdian airmen la” .N’ovem-oer. „„ . In.l.al reports Irom the    \ 'to';;;''m;'- Di'ck i”'s.in:    'Ini.    I.awrwi,    Mopping    mere    en .•‘«'‘"‘•J'    »"    ■•''"’f    rep<,rteri    lha, unruly trcp.. mov    "’"'^”’,"1.^'’""':    Jf ¡less perlormance m    all    phases ot ,    w ■. the fwal punt ol danger    at the launch    t.--    a    »«...    pre.-4*nt.    T    lic-'ts came to him at - i" M™ Provuuc had hreaten^ f j tmtuui ( a t h 0 U c.h, mas,acre threats. ThTwhite jthcie wi ma. rt^ } t *. p,    yj uUiUi 80 was report- ;pricMs a, Kongolo I,aw*'On i.% just back from Ktxi    ,    . i .t » »•    * '    ,    .u    I.' ,    K ...w Law M)n refvortcxl the situation at igo o. in northern katanKa. where    .    „u    o,u* investigated the killing on .Jan.    tease    with atjout 800 hof    at    least Ut-pcrl^ps    l^vvicss U«hm>s remaining m and Kathiilie mi.->ionaries Lawr.on^'”'*!^^*'    ^ Uaid    a    Belgian trader and    a! “ih*' *"0"’ dangerous t>eople    in ‘French d«Ktor also were kilUxL    area.’ he sjud. ”are alx)ut bringing the numfxm ol pe.able    »aluf'o youths trctween 16 and white vutiins to 22, plu.c an urn    of them aicompanied 'known numbtm of Congo!e-.e The oneninc of the L N mili- state banking  __    commis- rclaled stories. Page 9-B)    The opening   ........—    sionef.    {gj-y i tir.paign w.is discloMsl    by still make exorbi- The Senate    concurred in    House    Dr siute Lmner id Swislen, insurance    fees    amendments to two St*nate-pa.'^sixl    who-« retirement as chu'f of    the bills and sent    the me.i.sUie    tu the    f N t ongo (iperation was    an- These are the    three mam    dif-    governor.    noumtKl Friday Lmner said    he <iid not know wht'ther the ojx'ra-tion would Ix' in time to prevent iurther massacres. by women ra'hng IhcniM’lves the ‘Liv:l .Vrnn o! Kvngolo.’ they are a.un'HHl wnh Ikiws ami arrows and wear feather, a.nd aninud skins.” M«.st of K«in'g«tlo war- burned ui the Jon i ran’page. earth. Then he could tire one of will carry an oxvgen supply the higher-thru.st steam jets, lo- that ixmuxl-about 19 hours moreT'sh, that there could be a mal-j fhe kenate mil is a commutee fe,«ences between the Hou.se and one of the bills gives the stal« cated in the neck, in the direction than neevled for the planned three function, that something could hap- t'ewrite of the House-passed smaU Senate bills:    authority    to    turn over lo the In of his flight to get .some braking'.orbits that would take 4 hours and f» f"»'-    Plus    20 amend- i interest - Hou.se 36 per cent ternationul Boundary t'ommi.s>ion action.    |50    minutes    He    pointed out that pioneers rnents made on the Senate flooi p^r year on loans under $lud. de- the title to land to be inundattHl* H*’ ^nid the oixuations plan was This would twist hi.s ship alxiuti in resiximx' to a question, Pow- Ifuve factxi risks many times he- Thursday.    creasing to 18 ix*r cent {)er year by tlie Amista«! foervoir on the '■*e«'«t U-cause the element of sur- But again he could maneu-ors said Glenn would not carrv fuf« Tliat Adm. Richard FL Byrd Ih'p. Criss f'olc of Houston, on $l,rMK) loans. Senate, 3 per Rio (irande and ISevils River, The m v ia! He di'wiiiMHL hrnv- up to other provides registration and    f'*’” Nean AA»Ke«»wn, I N for« e commander, tlew to again ver it in its position to reixmt the process as many times a.s netxlevl, or until his fuel for firing the control jets gave out. carry fure. Tliat Adm. Richard FL Byrd any quick death capsule with him.    iflniost died    in the antarctic but    House sjionsor of the measure,    cent {x>r month or loans up to the spactx'iaft itself, Poweivs    that did not    stop ix)lar explora-    •‘^aid tlx* Seii.de’s hill is unactejU-    %'2m. TTie House bill wiiuld allow    protixtion of lrad«> marks ot    Tex- tion.”    able to him in nearly every par-    a charge ol $4 every thrm* months    as prixlucl.s not m interstate    com- I'he reference to jxitenlia! dis- ticular. He said Texas would Ix* iii lieu of interest on a $2U to $45 nierce. aster brought on this question better off without a small loan loan Tlx* Senate bill would allow    Hou.se    pas^isl    and    sent    to! Would Cilenn bc carrying "a cy- regulatory law than it wouhl lx‘ $1,50 |ht month in Ikhj of inteiest. Senate a ix'solution asking thei sp: See SPACE. Pg. 7-A. Col, 4  K '-^^- Hifi Hcddinti Sumlay in ®bt Ubilmt i^tporttr-iltroji ★ im«g Biji INililîcal ^ car f#t JVva» polifb'al «ibkeivi-ri« hiivi* iilri*i»«ly tabl>Fil 1962 Mk an arlivr, inl«‘r«*kliiip: >**ar in b«»lh »lalt* and lo«al Willi ilu* poll lax pavniFiil dradliin* only day« ■ wav ami lli»* filing dcailliiit- for raiufiilale» ju»l aroiiini lb** «orner, die Sninlay Reporter-.Sen» v»ilt »potlight area rate* a* lliey »land ii«»h. ★    ¡liter    Brides F’ive nii«l-v*inter l«ri«len are pi<lured on the rover pago i»f Sunday'» W oinen’i Se« lion . .. »loriei on the weddingi itikidf. ★ Story of the Liieky nodiing iiitky alioiit the Ltiiky Dragon Dragon There v»a« nothing iiitky alioiit the Ltnky Dragon »»hen it kaileil for Paeitir tuna groumt« »everai yearn liatk. Gear hmke, there were few fi»h, and then «aiiie a bright light. \P v*riler Kenneth l»hii tell» the »ohering after-liitilh for one <if the «rewinen aboard that ill-fale«i eiaft that Mtiiinie fallout dii»ted. 'A' liisitle the \\ oiiu'iTs Seethm , . , reiotrl fa»hioni« modeled hy Altileniaii* ... a gra* iou* hokirk*. Ml». II. (L DanieU, «hare« ««inie of her favorite! rei'ipek . , . lhe«e, pint regular feature» . . , Junitkr High Higlilighik, Ann l.ainlerk, Dear Ahhy, and ilenix «oinern-iirg wuinen'» aetivilie« throughout the Ahiiene trade area. ■VllH'itville in Oriental Province Thurstlay to sujxtvisc launching ot the 0|M*raiion Considering the large and rug- anide capsule or anything lik«> Hie Stmate’s bill    2    Area of regulation-- House,    comptroller to re.scind one    *>f that.” should his retro-nx'kets fail "We can work something out    of $1.«W and wnik'r. St*n-    tax    rulings    The    V    ,’J* lo fire and his capsule is hxktxi in a eonfererue committee." he ote. loans of $»io and under    requires merchanlN to remit    Kindii. the elu.sivene-N <«f the in orbit without any hope’ of safe saiJ-    3.    Hegulation aulhority-House. the 2 per cent tax on «dl their return to earth ’    The    blind    Houston    repri’senta-    small    lo,in    commissioner said H'c charged that some small broad ¡xiwers. Senate, the li'iuiers "No, nothing like that, Flowers    lerulers    are sending |x‘ople to Glenn’s capsule carries    three    Au''tin    to lobby,    without    rcg!st«n retro or braking rcx kets The fir    the    Senate s hill. He did Ung of any one of them would Ix* name anyone omHiKh lo slow    down his »isue-    "I m    ">    'h''    ""omoy icrtifl and briiiK him down Ihrouuh 'j'*'    .'’‘"’’I’    ""«'Mnial Ih.. earth's almnsphoro salelv.    J’“'' If lhe.so fa.hsl, ho < ould I-'s."'“ ...    ,    ,    o    ...    .    punishable    by    up    tu    $5,t)00    tine sibly break out of orbit hy a te-    ; i .    ,    .    11    /    and    two    years    in    jail dious process of    refx'atedly    firing    ,    '»u    n    .    « .    I. L    r    Before    the    Hou.m*    acted on the Idl e jets of steam, which normal- ,.    ,    »    n    .    .    .    • ■’    . 1 .1 .S<*natc bill, senators quit until ly would he used to control the    -rv.¡         ' altiludo or t«>silion of his capsulo    •'■I''" .See HDl sE, Pg. 7-A, Í ol. I leaderh’ss trotije., .«nd (the In lied Nation’.s meager re-.sources it setxixxl likely the cam- Poll Totes Po«d ..    8 23S Eaemptions ClotmeJ ..    3,711 Totol    . 11,944 1961 Polt». Exempts 16,196 Record I960      24,513 Oeodlin« ..... Jon, 31 Stern Cuban Stand Loses Ground fX- By TIID.M.AS J. .»xTONE jadoption of a .xlern four (x)int pro- uannol att« ml any futuie umitcr- nu ft nz.. a:- merely aiujther F^U.NTA DEL FkSTF!, I ruguay giam agaai” Castro that is Ixnng ence of thus kind”    aige    ot    \mivs    of    view ' AP'- A long night ot wrangling advix'ate«! by the Liultri .States. The conlerence is sch*-duled to    Brazil    and Mexico, Ixitween supporters of hard and This xtill leaves th«‘ group one end .Mi»mlay with the signuu of solt lines toward Cuba ended in short of the two thirds vote newl a declaration m«‘ting txii pum-h (leadhx’k early Salurdsiy on how ed for si rung disciplinary action rneiit -har«i «)i* '«oft to la'-i io-« regime The licadliiic for iu c"' t t ac t Haiti if all fail Glenn cannot get hack "I .......     ('oniinunt.sl    regime    from    the    A    s|x.kesman    for    the    hard-line mg re-.«auiiori> tor ic«'!u.>.. a: itic Earlier Ru4. was rejxirt^ im- u.ujau. iiai B I ate conferees The .sfX’cial se.xsion yr^anuation <>t American SUdrs group piadicted several more tinal .k-1 is 7 o clock sa!u:«l.«> h..:.}>\ «.ver the id« i ot nuxtdymf tl*> -even-nation bloc emhra«ef \i .t iiic.,«. Chik, Bulivia, Fk’uador ahvo. The oap.sulo would lomon p,.,, , ThurMlpy Cole complaimxl that the Senatr plun the latext in s\Hit ¡Sens and Sitorts NEWS IND£X SECTION A TV Scoub , ........... Sport!  .........  4 Amuiemcnft........... . Oil n«wt ............. Bridge    ... SECTION B Church newt  ........ Obituorict  ...... Women’s newt ......... Comics ......  4, Cditoriolt ....... . . . ■ Rodie-TV logs .......... Farm nawi, morfcttt .. cut the liccn.se fees the House bill pre.scrilxxt for small lerulers to 2 2 3 5 6 9 10 H«xretary    of .Stale    IX*an Rusk    holdouts would    switch tu the I S -    lught    tfk    {snnts he outlined m his |x»K ami foreign    mini.sters    of nine mu    supixuled side    before Uie day is    A member    of    the s* ven n.i' «.n    icy    Yjk«t h Itiur-wkiy jor Latin - .American countries over    bloc Mid. "It isevuiciit thai the Hu calhxl tor a dwlaratioii th.it .» .„,» .3 V»,    ^    2‘-4    hour privat.’ "At any rate” said the s|>«.kes- I S delegation, tor fwutu =' mm-Cuba s i omiiumisi alignment ii $25. liivivhy Irt unuf! Ilu. aim.uiil    „,,,|    ^av..    -..ii.< in ihe I niu-.l Si..iv>, mu.M unomi.nl'hlv w.ih ihe uiUT Anwr- of money available for enforce-    ‘    .    .    .    ..    .    * . .       ,u    ,i...    .    „.„uO.a    to    turn to Waslungton w th a blanket ic.iU -»-«tem. e.xcluMon of the ( .ot- ndiirM'inent    for    aniiV asi'o ac-tro    r«‘gune from O.A.S Ìaiu tionii, ion    a lae.ik in .trin> and otlier trade. But the siHiree    said    Brazil's del-    and    establishment    of individual egation w.inls to    return    home with    and    e o    i 1 e e t i    v e    def**m.e acts ,„ul,|    ;.....  1„    ul    Ihn    Cuban    l.vsuv    Cruiiu.i> had dialfly frnill lliv inlvr-Anuiican Ihv arsunn'iil Ih.il    ll    dvfnnd.vl    jAnnM    fmlil.vul    .,nd ind.rvvl u«. into    a thrw year contraet for given its .‘■uptHiil only Eriday lu;.system while the siicalletl soft Cuf»a as *«'ug u~ it could on the gie-Nioii z:, SffUSSSM    .......»——-  ... The delegate addtxl, “Dne thing Brazil» F’oicign Minister S.ai h«Tx‘s for economu* wncuwn» iwd for we all agreed upon it that Cuba*Thiago Danlat described the practically vanishtxl. Ixir rower    ico "Nothing in the hill deals with’ H thus tosstnl its vote hack to secured loans,” Cole continued. 12 other nations pressing ;

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