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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 18, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes wee International events president Kenned turned thumbs Down on Summit meeting in Geneva March 14 to atari disarmament negotiations. Soviet Premier Elk la & Khrushchev made Tho Summit Rev ton Oas. One French officer was Kille one was wounded and four French soldiers were wounded. The dead French officer was a Philippe Jaci just son of g mile funeral March paying Tri Bute to victims of the previous week s rioting. J aside from being a tribute Iother dead the demonstration Aljo was a protest against polite Mchodd during the fighting. J president diaries de gauge ordered Filep Ped up activity against the Oas for the Nijst time flying patrols of police Xet up daytime roadblocks in a Csc sons of Paris to search for arms or explosives. In Algeria thousands iof French troops began movement toward major cities. Rejected but he said he retains his Gen Era View that a Summit meeting should Uke place Only after care Ful Advance original Western note ask ing that the talks be at the for eign minister level called for a supreme Effort to end the nuclear arms , who noted past Western opposition to Summit diplomacy called his proposal a special kind of Summit devote to disarmament but his letter contained no changes to past so meet at Baden Baden president Charleszo Gaulle of France made a Quick trip to Baden Baden Germany last week to Confer with Chan cellar Konrod Adana for on the East West Situa Tion and the Berlin question. The two be show Nat the beginning of their talks with French foreign minister Maurice Cottle de Murville an German foreign minister Gerhard air Lane interference protested russian attempts to interfere with the air Corri Dors to West Berlin Drew pro tests from the allies lost soviets repeatedly asked that one or More of the corridor be reserved for russian military truffle Between certain times a Dup to certain altitudes. All such requests were rejected Day the null of states France and Britain. Allied planes both commeria Lrtil and military flow the corridors during these periods. In several incidents russian jots Allied aircraft in the corridors not Only below the Altitude limit set by the russian but also about it. The american French an British ambassadors in Moscow sent written protests to the rus sinn ministry of foreign affairs regarding interference in the air corridors to Berlin the Alleg consider any limitation on flying in the corridors a breach of four Power rules. The West considers it la not just fighting about a Way for Small periods would Only be encouragement to Congo Unity closer the breakaway province of Kula Niin edged close toward renouncing its secession from the Central congolese government. The provincial parliament approved the kilo in agreement of Insl december in which Katanga Premier mole t s h o m b e told prime minister Cyr Lluc afoul that he would end his 18-month Battle to keep knt an a Independent. But the Katanga legislator Tucket a number of demands to the agreement. Among the thing asked an immediate end to military operations against Katanga that the Central government affirm its membership of the free world against communism and the machinations of certain imperialist thu the Central government pled go it will take no action against civil and military officials who have served Katanga during us Independence a harsh , condition was later eliminated by the Assembly. Originally the delegates had demanded that the unite i nations cd Apfl All hostile acts and inter Ference in Katanga Tshombe also Itta hed out at the United states lust week charging he had been refused a visa to visit America because my presence there would Hove enlightened the american the . State department Balda u.8. Visit by Tshombe would interrupt and jeopardize efforts to unify the Congo. The soviets to take a. Bigger slice of the air corridor time and space observers three corridors Are be tween Hannover Berlin Ham Burg Berlin and Frankfurt Ber the incidents civil and military air traffic continued As usual an Allied spokes Man said. French american an British flights to and from Ber Lin which Are a matter of absolute right will continue As be fore in accordance with the rules and other developments concern ing the divided City the French commandant in Berlin warned the russians that West Berlin police will shoot Back if fired on by East Ger mans and French troops will sup port them maj Gen Jean Lacomme warned of serious consequences if East German police in his area continue their firing. Into recent incidents East Ger Man people s police fired sub machine guns at West police inthe District of wedding. The Allied protest against of oops in East Berlin for the East German army was returned by col Andrei i. Solovyev soviet commandant. Solovyev said the protest con corned a matter which was an internal affair of the government of the East German democratic Republic the allies hold it i illegal for men to be conscripted in East Berlin because the whole City is Stilt under four Power occupation Rule. Let positions on issues. To outlining the proposed Secretary of Sta isaid Summit be handled with and Advance important tilt meets that it there Are codger a Ernd i met meets and a raiment and an in Tai Rusk Geneva talks will nations the Una Tali Aln. France Canad soviet bloc coun a Czechoslovakia and Bulgaria and nations Brazil m Ted Arab Republic Sweden Nigeria the conference to the United nations Gress in the june 1. On the another Kee world travelling while brother robert"5ing Indonesia Edward arrived in Europe ally. Gen. Robert and his wife mov Indonesia ult while visiting Japan Kong. In Jakarta Heithe dispute Between and the dutch Over Guinea with president and foreign minister the Kennedy lateral three Clay tour of Tell

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