Abilene Reporter News, March 11, 1962

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 11, 1962, Abilene, Texas ’r.v:.''^^ ;k>-.v'    /.    ?’i'’-'    VVc'    ••-rJ.--víí)e ^öilene l^ejjorter'WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD; SS^    "—Byron9909 fvn. i-'"" v,0>svvs 81ST YEAR, NO. 267 ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1962-FIFTY-SIX PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS Aêsociatpd Prem (¡P) Soviet Leaders Call Farnn Revisions (rash Kills Three Former Abilenians CANT RATTLF:. IU T it SCRE C.\N twist — Oklahoma City snake handler Bob .lenni wraps his “pet” six-foot python around the neck of Ann Webb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Webb of Svveetwater, who doesn’t appear the slightest bit squeamish about looking at the reptile right in the face. Jenni was mobbed by children when he asked if anyone wanted to get a close glimpse of the playful rascal. Later in the day Jenni was bitten twice on the arm by a rattlesnake, but hopes to be able to continue his performance Sunday. iStaff Photo by Jimmy Parsons) Snake Expert Es Bitten; Miss DeShazo Is Queen Three* former Abilene residents' were among four who perished' Friday in the cra-'^h of a single-engine aircraft in a mountainous region of (’alifornia, it was learned here Saturday. < Skydivors parachuted into rug jged San Gorgonio Pass north of San Bernardino, Calif, Saturday iand found four men dead in the .wrci'kage of a Pi{W Cherokee. The dead were identified on Jack Touchstone of Westmini.Nt-ier, Calif., and Bnhhy Touchstora of Torrance, *’alif ; their nephew, David Blanks of Torrance, and the jplanes pilot, Wayne Fisher of Garden Grove, Calif I The two Touch.stone brothers ¡moved to California from Aoilcne isome 10 yoars ago and were the ¡brothers of W C and irwketl Touchstone of Abiiene and Noble Touchstone of Tuscola. Blanks wa : iht lH-\e.ir old 'On of Mr. and Mr- It t* Bl-mk- .!> of Torrance, who movixi to Cali fornia from .Abilene lour vears Output of Food Not Sufficient dc five ti r . kc • r Oiu; ;hÎ! tv! .    . S(l\ ■* ’ t.ii »ur Khrirshchcv declared in his ^p-'ech With the machine tech- SWKKTWATFH «UNS» -Glenda DcShaxo was crowned; Miss Snake Charmer of l%2 Anolher Pm lure, iii;. 4-A .Saturday nijht. a to« h.iurs after    ratti,    nak.-    II.'    uo.'l forearm late in the afternoon by a to one side of the pit in the No Ian County Coli.wum and tr» U J himself from an emergency in t nid kit. then continued his pei - snake exj>en Bob Jenni was bitten twii‘e hy a sharp-fanged rattle-snake, an unex|H*cted event in the annual .Sweetwater J.aycee S^nsored Hatllesnake iioundup    before"going W uie ho. pital for additional treatment As a result. Jenr.i, curator of pe    remarked    that    the    „    „u    chi    i    a m replile.s at Oklahoma City’s Lin- bites inflicted by the snake    daugb- coln Park Zoo. was unable to at-    • smarte<l ’’ tend’the banquet Saturday night    jp.    as.si.stant.s    on    the    trip, at which time Mis> Snake (’harm- jim Davi.s of the* ¿00 in Tulsa ag- David, a high m IkkiI scnio;, ■t the banquer and demonstrated uas born in AbiltMie d ;cit-nd-how to “milk" a rattier of its ed Bowic F:iementar\ St-h« t.j venom    mfithc- 1:, the foinier \ ¡ol. TirUch \b')in m person.s attended the .jone -tei of C.sc two crash haroui** -ad ‘L^nce which foliow victim.s i.i Mr* Glenn Bennett presented TurlHilenf .ko-s over C difornia. thf 1:1, .ht M:: s .-roake Charmer .^,.,2onn aiH northern Mexico caus- confest -nt* in both formal and ibree plane crashes which attire    claimed 10 lives Fridav md Satur- Thc \MiincT was Miss DeShaio :: 1961 graduate of Sweetwater’s RIRTHILVV THIE Rroa me out ( aria'1 iihh ( yc’ a birthday cake -ymbolt in., the le» annivi r a ^ o\ the founding of Girl S> outii n thi untrv : r,    nd other Abilene inemLet 0! tl.e ( g. ‘ t r'    Miret branches will mark tic anm ^iv r\ with a    a pariv ’ Monday evening in hair P*'k ^Li-hum    ('    ri- is the daughter oi Air. an*’ D's d ' k I) re-jts « f 119 Rhode Island S* t p*. nrc    Pace    b    A »Staff Photo by Jimmy Pai .sOi;s> TRUCK EXPLODES ter of Mr aiid sir- Rcrnie DeShazo of 15;6 McQueen liie other nominw»- were Ver- ♦llfll    Ul    *1«.    árinj    |i*    1    M*.    11    I    T3.-ä^ .¿w#-.    1\.,<    Î1    At    MIUH.5    'A A i V lU V|5*n er was crowned. The banquet wa,s .,ntj Hon Meissner of the    Alvm    .and a lealurcd attraction of the thret'-|^    place    i    ,    I    radiocM    a diUres.s day Bmindup whu4i is to    —    —    Und.! Tavlor all of ,smH»twater:    1.,, Sunday evening with iircM-ntalion h.ir\A/C IkJrHCV !    ‘ ‘Î Hob>^.^ and Teresa    rLi/.hctnno.    - The Cherokee di. iipfM-iir**«* Friday morning It cra.shed whh. flying from Cfsona C ilif.. to Lute boi k, Tex , where the Touchstones were tc visit two other Bill it had call near Bombing in Paris Kills 3, Hurts 50 Bv PRFSTON fiRO^'ER I trict superv sors to organize the MD.S('OW AP .Soviet leaders distribution of machiner>’ and to called Saturday for a complete: buy up from the farmers a max-reoreanization of agriculture to imum quantity of production, get more food on the tables of So- The ccm.i-.-.-nifiui' ^aid the gross Viet citizens.    ,    ouï put ot agri. ultui e has risen HO .A    communique issue<‘ after a    per c=.nt bi’tween    and    19H1, wi*ek-long merging of the ( ommu- Withm th* >e vrars the output of nist    party’s Oiitral Committee    gram    has incn.i.c.i    from    five claimed much had beru done in billion. .t6 million pud.«* to eight the past several y»*ars but addetl. billion. ^“0 million pud,s. A pud "The l^vel of »Hilput of main. about Xâ txiund*- a htiic more meat, milk and other proiiuct- i- th..n halt .1 biiNhei. .till    obviou ly ins'iff!c..-nt and    Rm    piotiuction    of    meat    and doeN    noi corr .pond to ir- _;o at    bu-ter    have fallen    .-o low m    com- fxitentialitie,''    -t the    ;rv    ‘i;st .s>    pari.son with growing    demand.s p m -at ecoin.oiy and th: iP.'-rea-cd that i! h.i.^ lieen exurmely hard ^. sxiui; cmciif ;r! pi du. I,-.    jf, buy any m many parts of the .At    The    same    tin...-.    Picmier    country. Khiu:.hchf\    .    unp.c L*t rmers m •id f Dvt    available, we shiHild N- Hide to do a considcf--    iba rc-Cc:'    \i)iume of    work V\e haven ‘ u-.ed fully our agricultural rciM.uKA' w ; the premiers cc    ..    ^    i 1 ,    <’ne    tiuhc    he made clear was ,''VdoL'.m t intend to make .sp.    ... 1...    <>m-    ■    .nhual    changes .such as to ‘V ■ tu 'n xime ot the land back to w    .V.    ’’ '*t'' IH.-*    prcvàti^ owiu    r-h-p Such    a system, t    ’*1    Conirnunirt Poland, has -    .    ov    »    tbat    country’s farmers the I no text came out    pnMluctive of the Socialist ■'t.itcs 7''    hut    fwre    it wtHild create a new c.t.i 0^ V. . cla&A of puopie out.sidf the prescot - tn.'•■.pprojri .ni. r . b,,„nri,s m < »mm.mist control, a ..nr.Tcnc, ,n t.tncv ■    eviremei.v    unltkelj. The Western pre>s writes nuKB aoout the work of our oicnum mis-tinc \ Khru.sbchcv so .i There are malignant f)eo-he*'e n_ p»i .1 .o\ wh.ih Vo r.,-*-''* Fi P'. F «Ht of trophies for those liiptunng the larcest .-.nake, smallest snake largest total wei^dit caught and the rattler with the most rattles .lenni — who has now h«H'n bitten a total of 1H times dunm; his carwr, 11 of ttuTn hy nftle-Kiiakes and once b> a cobra— apt)arentl> was n<g verv up.sei iiy lh«‘ uiiexp«*cted turn of events He said he hojHP. to lie back in his exhibition pit Sunday c»iHerlain-ing the crowds as he was doing Saturday. Jcnm was bitten on the right NEWS INDEX Joyce Pow'di both StCTfON A Obituories . . . 2 Oil newt 12 SICTION B Amutementv . . . . • . . 4. 5 Bridlee newt . « • . . . 4 0»et* P»» Paq« * • • ____ 6 Editoriolt . . . 8 Form newt, morkcD ____ 9 SICTION c Women's news 1.14 Rodio-TV iofs . . . . . . 12 TV Scouf . , , . . . 13 Church news 13 SICTION 0 Sports 1.5, 10 'fhe Touchstone* are sur*. iv. J by six broth. ; . \\ i and ( roc-kctt of Ahdene, .N(»H¡v of Tu uia Alvin and Bill of l ublMH'k Irish ' of Dimmitt and Daryl ot Tor ‘ '■ and two si;4crs of Be l»\Ti;r( K Ml M I I Y PMll' ■ \P -A p. kid liu. k illeves and of fto.-coe Taking fiart in Saturday's snake hunting were TV) hunters from five states Sponsoring .Iunior Charnh«*r of Commerce offici-    .    .    n    .    1 a!s said they expcxd«Hl more than kirraruf    in    a.    .    i    owing    wo js» 4ÌK) for Sunday'.s hunts    i    David Blank- u urvive l hy hi" f"'”    1’  .......... j    parents: one brother Fddif of iT^'i.ou". Torrance; three sist-Ts. Gayle Hcm-*    (.j    ^ Mt eS***!    lo;.-,:    (t    W'lh lv.;r; b t i criNt ret .11 au « \ t. 1 on a ‘-■i-\ .ubut;^' n tj.it u:n l.\ b nl 'mg b I'i the street ,1 H! • . Mid ;i Mm wert T. I M ; ' !• e . ’«t.jj n \ whore 1 foi *»    ! d    ■    ■!    .,i.. irmana'iit Cm I the ' IX ic-vir tests belli m ibe>-*»»'»' ,i the I mii*d ->t '’i*" The-o -u’>)' ts mas have bt-cn d'.-*.i '••! •f‘ session not »ep<M»ed {' ^ iiciv lh> oi!i> itfeienct* to the wt>ri=-outside »he vu et I nion .v a ref ¡erence to American .«giicultur He admitted the I nited State-was priKiucnig crofu in such ' 'bund.tiKc that surpluses were de\c oping buT that, he said, was hiH a'. millions of people in ‘ .\mu-ic.j .lit starving and not a-lowri to eat surpluses piling Up m AcmmtMit warehou.scs This i, a n. w line taken in uxent So- pie îhe*e who rub their hands Me KlSvSIA. Pk. 4-A, Col. 5 I'd -i k • lap mcd rit H-k.st .. Coleman Wreck Kills 1, Hurts 3 t WEATHER V Plane Hits House, I S Id eVHTMl NT 01 COVIMI K( l Wt.Vrill K 111 Kt VI (W«*athrr V1ji|i I'atr I K*    i XBir.KNK \.\H VniMTV Kudiui «<• Mil***.    I’.Htly    rlnud\    at»d olri^r and ManU^v Huh lcjndi*y around' jy nichi Î0 hi¿h M.r da>j Jana and Nclda Blanks, all of I ithe home and he- gr.indmotlwr, Mr*- Ina B'-mks of Abifpoc* off \t Thk >t ÎÎ : D\- f"* .11 Killing 4 Persons NFW (IIILK.ANS, I41. ' A!** — child, agtxl 7. w.is taken to a hos Six occupants of an Air Force fatal Two crewmen on the l’JI9 .said CD» were btdievetl to have baiU‘<t    , they believed all .six <KX*upant:. of. oui ,.f Ihc KlyiiiB H..NC.U beI.H-.. it crashixl into a hou.se 22 miles ij j.oui.s \ klensen of Ciiieinna ■ southeast of here and ie|jorttxllv ti. Ohio the navigatoi. and Herb killed four iKCupants Saturday Maduon of neiM Dayton. Ohio, engineoi Mm .W to NoHTH (KMHVl. IKXAS Fair Nuncla.v O.roufh M..n<ljo Miu-h - ti«)l«T irwl sundjv n^jht A l;iU^ (T yu*i.( VtindiU lloih    Sunday SO imiihvkffcl til 61 ‘..IIIhp,!«.! NoKTMWKsr TFXvn    I'attly cloud.v III U)0.).    cliMr    -iJUOi 6Urld.I> akrasMinal .snow lluiru' N.- thprn Can hrtii.iu -anday inormnu    lair suiuluy ini,;ld ictnl Moiid.i.v I oldrt Sunday -'tl ' Sund:i> ciiih'. .. Inilf »alin.T Mond. Huih    l.H north to south^aM S(H Tliwi - . IF X - I . and <.-ol ?‘i ind.f. \t.‘td-'iv uwiî'.'isiii ; ih udinf^ Hlkhi '-und:!\ lU II VI 1*1 K Ml Kl 6 .sat I« m /« fn .1 HI 4 iat 5 (MI b 00 7 'Ml •at night. live dead were uleiitilitHl neighbors oh Luhrett Ihk wen* rekul.iiit to :a si VI <!« (7 *.l b.» i,‘-i Hii;h 72 74 75 75 71 .i.id luv l‘> (» 11 (Ml 1, (Ml b\ 4 !iti 24 hours pndinK S.U1I«* dal«* Inal vvai talk .diout the cra.sh uodl it vmki t)c inve.stigaled.    •'» m"»! q I .    n..    .    1    .    ,    .    .    NUtiEPt <.»».1 niuhl *i n »unrisp Iwlav l.evion. Ills Iht* Í 119 wa.s ba.sed at ( lintoii t, ,vj í.uim«’« untisnt 044 wifo, and two ehildren Another t’ounly Air Force Base in Ohio Humutiiv «t 9 pm 1.' p«*r cent O' in»o f l'*e biarl touchixi It eel ‘»er 'in di .itiou 5.LHM’ \ I Mios mari'hed. s»* 'to the guillo!int with thi -cei *t arrn> mu d('**<s ’ la I    ! levi lon    r id ■.    addu - loleiioi    .Mu .-'.ei    F' > e\ pic-.1x1 r.ernment in licn. lioi at the    bombing,    blainei! out law . l-ascir-ts and w.irtipie i». laloi diits" .»nd caHixi-for harsh ¡niniMirnorg of the pci »*ftraior‘ Tile eapliuion caused giavi comet II    among seeuritv    ‘dîue* who are making formidable aratioiiN ta prevent .. crovk -ueia tv 1; jíí'íU . on    t<i    si km    w*ce    viet prop.a’anda It is intended, into trie* her    s    it    »vidouiv lo    mollify the discon- g .11» sev.*i,d w»:“ti..i    ,    ha.-'ian    householders    wtlit B    »'11    c!.'. •    it    foit mg    at all with the hard    v(>LFM\N    RN'í    --    Mrs.    Patín    riii!' í iiK'k    tael- ot American statistics    tricia    Sac    Crow    Baird. 17, of ‘    kiih'd    h    ‘d rtif (lige-t    of tlu* cti n ai.‘un’    P'ownwood    was    k¡!kri    Sjiurtlay I * at 01 t'n* h    nieiiiK/ned two major Khrushchev irght m a one car turnover just K‘’cp„..l-i dm i:ic the jiiotx*-..!!-    ftsHlc    the    e.a.slern    city    hfniLs    of r» tí. f’M hh K i- - front ..iiid.'d no 1 and tin :a conn a parked away Xinbulan: tlio .wioamin 'i'ito St!(M.‘f )(is» .11 One W..S to plow up moie lanii ' oleman on C. S Highway tf4. picK up insiead ot allowing par! of it to Mi - BiH ii was dead on atnval ¡est and rt< ujx'r.ite Th .s syst«*m, ,,» Ovei .c! Moitls Memorial Hos- M -.IîPhI kiK'w ri j' th‘* g’ *^^i ''*f s\st(‘ps ip pt* a . The the Sovu-t l mon has bian fol Dnver of the car. Berle Foi*d, ! üllice loweti by Soviet farmers for s«*v gii. of Brownwood. waas hospi-' "ashi'd eia! générations    talizeii loi treatment of heati in- v.ircs The ptugram for rigaiu>g crtips unies H;s wiîe. Beverly Ford, .V and p! mfne }i.u1 to gra.ss lnx'.ime IH. arui L.nry Petîv. 21, aîso of wouiitU’ii    the 1 ;.w ot the iaiiii whcn Siaiin HrownwtMKi were treated and re- (lemoasit, tion w is .iem*ii Lu pro{'*osals ot a Hu.s-lea.sed •ii p.e Hv J seo'iofi '.• '■d.ui uk; - i>aui-«l quiekly oî gaiiize<i liy i oniinuiust siaii »»f Briti.sh Ic.tning lí*ade¡s oí »fu* Mitveniont Vasiiv tVilli ini.s nghtist w.nc of terror and vio!«».*,-,* when .and if a ceaM'-fnr is uinoume.; with the .Mgts'nm n-itionaiist reí' els In the Ixiriler city of Fvian. Frc'iu h .aid Alget iaii ref.“,'! nego fiatci.- met in full diess Nession •o iif.ir ejMiri.' cl I'oinmitii■. s dramng fina! terms of a cease in I to I . the 7 year-old nation ancestry    named    Coleman Patrolman    Duane Huit w.is    in 19iT    liolua-oii    said the    accident Pi’aco (»1 gamz.a.ion.    The    Now    2.> years    lalei, Kin    lisíuíu>s    hajqH tied    .dxiut 9 .v5 pm when met in tiom    o¡    the    cdv    has    bsi    the    government    into a    *he bout    .luîi» went out    -»f con- h.tl’ aii'i ili4*ered a> -.evcial 'j>eak progi m of '■crapping 1' To those tiik on a ( ui ve and overturned, e's a.s'-aiiixi the -.txaet .»1 my ami farmers wlio have oíik'cTihi lluit coni ’:g !<» est on ils top on top the jîoliee for not su>pj»ing the it wtmid d'. wly we.iKcn tiie hiiul ut a .N.in'a Fc Haiiway spur cros.^ turorisi wav(*    unle“.s tiu;« w.js a big suj>ply ol i;g ’Ju‘ '■ .mwav >tevens Funeral .\flor the s|Hx*cÍM‘.s the crowd ft<’»!Í¡/*“-• K* , isl.ciiev has simpiv lln'ia* ir»!'ttii uua’' rushi'd the n-irutiiv Carry.!ig    m.uic    s.on ' .c.- 1 e'o uu <    r, t-ii ;v:-..n to the hospilai pl u ard.s- nunc bed ihmugh tiu I’t'a' 'fa.d .„J was to ere I'hc i>ol, ■* iC.U' -.ud ttie acci-streets.    *ti,* g n«t\s.'.k of legmn.il ami di- a.' .s a, m.u nvesUfaied. DAVID BLAVK.S atteiided seh«Hil here GIRLFRIEND MAY TESTIFY Myers Goes on Trial Monday RI SK, Ti‘x. <AP' - John Fdwsn Mane, sittuig between the two Myers, wfio saw his dreams of men, held the steering wheel killing tor pmfit dissolved into a while Myers nuiebiHl ixdiiml her paltry IlH gross aflei toui day ;to shiHif the sieejiing hitclihikei Ings, is sfiwduled t»M’ trial Moii-! Tiiev .shot iiini three mon* tiiiie-^ day in one ol th»* ca-se-.    and dumjM'd hfs iuMiy in a fiehi Hts piHlgy 13 - year - old gir! imar Big Si>niig llie vietiiii had friend who heljx'd him kill is in nom««ie>, atier .dl jail lune tiiid may lestity.    An eiturl to obtain a jury at .Myers. :i2 and the girl, D<miia Big Spring faiUni and the ease Miirie Stone, freely t»ild m*wsmcn|was tiaii.steruHl liere of the eriHU* s|»iee vvhleh Iw jan in! The Slone girl eaiinol la* tri«'« Illinois and ended ui VS ext Texa.s in 'I’exa.s for murder until .she Tlsi* story as told by the pair!parlment store employe, le* IcJ was llii.s    They    tiemamkxl    a    »    ar    nui    Mi    . Myei’s lived at the Slone resi Wet nicker got hei \**h:cU‘    toi dcnce in c hicago ami was inti tticm The ¡K01 t»H»k lier along mate with liie girl. She lat»‘i went | She gave them $lo to live with her gr.uidmother in, B»*twe«‘n Alton aiK* Th ivci, Mo Fdward Ville 111 , Myers lollowtxl tfwn Uiuad tlie w»/m.in s Ijer and they d<H*ided to leave In'himl her and t«H»k her ta riu’V I am ujMin a father and riane the .Stone gul «hot    hei    d»-    Piuiinigu* it daughter fi.sbing and deeicUnl to twu »* in the hack lu inak»*    cee    A    ot    v    h.a    i!    ..y    c»it;    « loh him and take hi.s car Tiu-y'taiii sh<‘ duxl. Myers shot her in was the biad of tiie Ixioiiy li ipm'd (I ' I ehe!” :n in AUiei;a. where humlreds h.i\e du*d s.fu,’ the first of tfu c.ir m secret army leiror aiui ^ Alger Mil naiiomih:;! countei terr»i! jlrie    i* ’'(iene«- slackened sTt'fT' dt ‘»Im wcie rep Ht«‘d in'.vi gena far luJuw f.hi* .«Via.igc daily loll of 19*>2 7Wiini to kwji .Alg»‘M.a    h the s»*t‘re' army i.s e\p‘^‘ted to ireact \ iol( iitlv when mwc«. 1. ar nouiu'cd of a From h .Algto mo i,.i it.on lie' i..it«*ni«‘nt that w ,11 cte ; the Wiiv to mdeiH*ieh*nce h :s lot th’.s reiCMin th.U ho Ay and light tank' ,ut> líeme mi'» -d in Uie siihm h . ol Lai is .n.ii , hamts main sucuiiiv control pomi ha-Mid U*en sci iq» .Uop the tiime.l .Art If. Rusk Under Instructions To Seek Out Agreement N i lH>und George Ballard, 47. o! near,the he4id ■truck 111 the suhurli ot Lsy 1 . gradii N»»rma last Sept 2 .Myers will Im* iiuhI for tla* kill ing of IwHi* D«‘Kaiiu»i, a hdch-hik»*r tlwy picked up out side ot Fort Worth He was from thtum  ........ „... wa, Iowa and heaUuig for Cali wax traiisfeiied to the jail here forma.    irejHirtedly    because    *hi*    was    a Tlii |hur itîiaU'41 Üial yoiinajUuuLleiiiaker.    _ 17. She is an eighth daughter »»f James and Stone of Chieagu For a time the girl was held tn the statt* gtrls’ rtdoim scIhkiI but Hi’ilvilic HI . ami bound and Tlieir anc«t came in the early M»i!iVvau\, de-ctilHHi by {.hiIo igaggcd his daughter, Carole, 11. morning when Texa- Highway.a typ.ic.J s; cn-t aimy    • ¡ami Myei'. ,sh«»t them with a ’¿2 Patrolman Jack Ret‘\es sjíoíUhI' TIh* ;.*’i,(ll liuek was fia icâhl»er weafHin. I'he victims had no I he car trom money. .stolen vehicles .1 description ot troni o! a h;.ll wtieie ,1 ni.tt.n Thctr ear would not start Tliev walkcil to a home He itofHK*d it »Hl »»t the Movement Ftir P»* ni*ai the »lutskirts »)t Midland, lex ;.ujti »itet aiiny group w . When Ria'ves saw hliAgl in the begin within an htaii »if tl 1 Belleville in wluch Miss Margaret ¡car and a.sk»xi question: . DonnaUilosioii IWeiUJcker, 39, g St. Louts De iMarie stalled talking.    ' Xhe explosion »n to cX »halle ud liie . J..-». Hs TOM 04 1111 tKFK GLM \ \    'P' -l s J,-. 1, i.,r\ oî S* , a* 1H‘.hi K.isk    cd    c.e S Suiut A 1<>:    (    '    {• .i'i W ( •'t dipluris 'h m ji ' .    ..ii(i    s.tld he v‘..i- Uîid-:‘i 'nt-!î (!'i iiifis tioiu Pl i -jd» lit. Ki iilg vU ui UMKe ev«‘‘.v effiirt i»iw :<rj dis.»! ma m»’î)! -Hsjci.uy '-ti'pfXii fitim ItiXi miii'.'i > t! i<- , Ci pl.me a-tew' miiiii'.i ' .i:!( 1 Maa.iiight it Was i.iiiwiig. ju.st as; H liait iK‘»*n 1 i»‘W luni» s e.u lier whi’r N>\iel bu' u.,!: Miii(««lri .‘■aidîe' > (bnovko .(iri\t*d al (iciiev a s (.'»uiifiin Aui»ort In theii aitiv.il slatemeiils. Hu.sk and Gromyko lioth slre-.stHl ihe mH*d lui disarm.imeni Husk vud üie piubieni “louche un the Wi’iîai.’ an;! >c(iiiit\ :>i t \ CI y hum 'U ’A.ng un ti.e '..i*.“ tlu* i'.itir b.iiî i    '    » 1 ! ■ ‘-;î i\ K,(    ,î Un' ; . ii.tî luu il '.n m.iUii ni Cl :ia" ( n ufH'iitii tie't Wedin’s»;, s    ’ m.ike . '. I ;u;¡> <•! ui. tu ■ <. ■; n ■. tîie tr-.-mi ml.>11. oui'»:, c ■ -    ‘ C liiar.kitu:    by Uie wa- ia s ' .à .1 l.Uicl'i ;.t aimHiiu*nt.> Hu:.y 'Uivl lu* hujhrxl tin* riu-ei i.iivl »»t piiv.ite uiji...iiialu‘ i-uo ■ ; ! .1 iKll' lia W liî ¡Va »*4 W -si . aii.'.n    M ?; '1er <’u«- ., c sj u V «. (îei . '    t.: , n t ly l .ail- fiU. 'itiHÜi IhU'Ic fuitH'-    ..-mi .1 ' M-¡1 au! utiKh i.ugettier, i* M, Ivi-K w'I! conter w,'h !'îd Iluîîu' -hintiy aller l:u Hri 'C . ■. Il «A’C' e(,e y > ¡jn* > » -’..e 1.V..Í t'Iu y W’ '» eti to .sew up lu bi'i id lim 'ne West wul lake tu a v.uietv Gl piübtems. uictieir ne" *‘et» ueii tlîe (icxi thi ce n;^    d dts.c manura» nuctaf -lays ..it., t.îiHî'.yho and Bi'i uc. .s    p-.f r,g He ‘n md    Gvtnuuiy,    »nd I-.'» :n Seviet.iiv    Ui -1 H'ime    Kurum*,a. 'C.s.c'y lit ht.lp créai, ihe    .ipprupi laie    f„ ip, evening    Ku-.k    will    ite fMili'K.i* alme phen un whnh the    y uptae; foi Gromyko aoii g ter (i üi'aim.tmeiU    necoiMiions-Home It t    tMi    thaï    the can muv. im w aul    (j[>t a í Miirv atlemot.s nuiv he Alter a tew luiuis sUn-p, the, matte lu see U Ihere u» â ctutfW:# l S. fcccreiaiy begins à Ueiicdteltu thaw the cold war. ;

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