California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Jan 19 1962, Page 4

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Independent, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1962, Pasadena, CaliforniaMixay Jam. If. I filed in Nixon property Haile lollai1 sul Limpf a in Tillion Dollar slander Sullard involving properly used to cure loan to former vice president Nixon s brother has Ben filed in los Angeles against industrialist Howard Hughes by a los Angeles tax i accountant. Donald Nixon obtained the loan from the Hughes tool co. In 1956 for his ailing restau rant business. Disclosure that the loan had made created a juror in the fall of i960 when Richard Nixon was the Republican candidate for president. T Hughes tool co i comply Tiit prepared by Melvln a. Belli Jhugh i of making to Varl k the suit was filed late tues Ujj Day in Superior court by Phil Reiner against Hughes s described As one of the 10 wealthiest men in the Ous in private and Public places about the prop erty transaction Reiner claims the deed to the property on Swhier Boulevard we i lined Over to him. By mrs. He ankh m. Nixon in lieu of foreclosure and in payment of the note. The accused Hughes of stating that Reiner stole in Trust deed payments and rents he collected on the property and then old the i soviet tanks of pull Back Border k h tanks withdrew from the Berlin Bor Der yesterday two Days after the . Army began pulling its Armor from the oppo re Lite Side of the Border it o the american and soviet Blanks took up positions near the City Wall last october Dur a tense period in which German communist to hampered the movement . Officials across the Bor Der. J3 the americans began to to move tanks and other armoured vehicles one mile farther Back from the Border on tuesday. Y they had been parked about i one half mile from 1he Fried checkpoint the Only q Border crossing Point still open j to Allied personnel. To Weir new station is attempt Choi Airport Leone and one halt Miles from the checkpoint. About 30 soviet tanks had Job can posted in the ruins of a e Palace on the Eastern Side of the 3 Border since the october crisis. They were shifted within the s past 24 hours but their Desti g nation was not disclosed. 5 . Officials said All the f american tanks would be in c their new positions by today. They denied the move had to Foj Lotical implications although it t was Clear that Bolh withdraw Ujj als lessened tension in the Bor Der area. The . Officials 5 said the american Armor was moved for technical reasons. A they would not Hazard a guess the reasons for the soviet faction. Russia hands . Tough note on Berlin has Trie United states a on Berlin revert Tjing to the Tough line Premier s. Khrushchev took Dur Jing his Vienna conference with Kennedy aul Horita a Tive sources said yesterday. Soviet foreign minister an Gromyko handed the . Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson at their meeting Chin the Kremlin last Friday the said. The terms set out by Khoii in his special me Moran to Kennedy in Vienna last to Lune 4 were rejected by the at the time. The sources there was no indication any substantial change of the soviet position since then. June 4 proposal was that Berlin be turned into a Neutral 3zed, demilitarized free City that Allied occupation rights the ended that Token four pow ver troops units be stationed in West Berlin stationing

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