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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 20, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse1f61 the stats and stalks at j �17it 17 11 j.1 to says Aero asian will follow to a v v " " � _ jux am swing of afro i United states the United he �u1 Aon the who accuse theal Dent with Tut around on. Colonialism wad members the United mid in a National to interview the vote their interest just As we vote our interest she added Htit interests that we hold in common with the majority of member of us United nation seem to Roe Infelt cry stronger than those interests Welch Divide us. They want to Jive without fear and they want to live with Security and with their Independence unimpaired. And at Long sour objectives a these Little by Little we will find them Mote anymore identified with our views Stevenin said. Stevenson conceded it was Liard sometimes to understand Why the newly Independent . Members Are not As concerned with soviet imperialism which has demonstrably conquered a Large portion of Eastern Europe and other areas of the world and Are so pre occupied with african colonialism for example. But there it is he added Andi suspect it is due in part to the fact that the conflict in easter Europe Between the soviet Union and the Eastern european state Slit sort of out of their in att or clogged toe Floe in thei a Tver trip to Row transportation Between Rieur York City and Albany. Iii the background Isis the Bear Mountain . Photo is dip after Early firming trend York up stocks re an earlier firming Trento dote mostly lower in sly Active trading. 4turnabout dampened thet Many experts who had to the Sharp expansion Inland for january s durable hotter attitude on the of legislators considering Neppa mation As a possible basis rally. Pont lost More than a Poi tabled chemical group and i 4acked in Over 1 in n mixed steels firmed. Electronics1 weakened featuring Schlumberger Down close to 4 on profit taking Litton off More than2, ism Down about 6 and Texas instruments off Over 4,Standard und poor s 500 Stock Index fell ,18 o 70.41, indicating the erasure of about $1.2 billion from the quoted value of All stocks listed on than a York Slock Exchange. It was a Farly Broad Market with 1,296 is such crossing the tape. Of Thucie j0t declined 130 advanced and 2s9 closed unchanged. There were .13 new 196162 highs i . Stock Exchange prices pm Tel fit tint aiming try of or a w h cult Oil 111 out ism in novel int to inn i. L . � ,. It 4s i 41 31 Fri i fit Ltd St 0m Lulun 611 a link is 2r4 2754 7 in him mount my Row re to Jolt no cent i All an a or my 4% Matt a ii Olin a to out Mir pan a ii a i 68k 4 in 74 a 01 t0ttl . Fri. Pm. Clu d4 a m / 51\ 16191 Isi he a i 77 i � i h7b a 3s 17 17 w /. Is ,1 23h we us he t�3 Vipham til 7im, w1� a ii 31 hi4% a 71 38 Price from Merrill Lynch Merce Fenner � m 3 100 Frankfurt. By and eight new lows. The Dow Jones 30 Industrial were Down 2,10 at 714.36. Volume totalled 3,350,000 share compared with 3,700,000 shares traded Friday. Cia names Helms a Deputy director Washington a Richard Helms has been promoted to Deputy director for plans of the Central intelligence Agency to succeed Richard m. Bussell or. Helms 47, has born with thecia since it was formed in 1947 and his most recent position was assistant to by skill. Bussell reportedly is leaving to take a non go vein l Job. Togo president to visit . Washington wife end to Cuba i 7a ii j no in ached Trade Washington a Sech a of state Dean Restit hat sent two of his High officials to Paris to seek a crackdown by f the Nat allies on Trade with Cuba. The United state Hopa Tiff the cooperation of Western ten1 Pean nations and other Friendly countries in cutting off an Aims shipments to Cuba and to shipments of goods of possible strategic importance. In addition officials solid Atwould like Allied and Friendly nations to reduce or eliminate Pur chases of goods from cuba9 to order to deny the Castro government it income in foreign currency a the two officials dispatched the Paris were Walt a Rostow a Mem Ber of the policy planning Council and Richard n. Goodwin Deputy assistant Secretary of state for in Ter american affairs. Explain measure the state department said the Yalu meet with the 15-nation nato Council this week to explain measures which wer adopted by the organization of american states atthe recent Punta Del Este conference Anit advocate similar action by nato. Washington author lattes mad Clear that in addition the United states wants its allies to take whatever specific Steps Are Avail Able to them to Cut off Trad wit Cuba to the fullest extent possible following the Punta Del eat conference president Kennedy put an embargo on All Trad although he made an exception of the Sale to Cuba of food and medi Cal supplies. Some officials said the unite states would like to have its euro Pean allies agree to deny to cub not Only All illicit Trade mean ing arms shipments but also Ftp ply against Cuba the list of prohibited goods denied to soviet bloc countries. This list generally Cov ers various types of Industrial equipment considered to have Mili tary uses. A state department spokesman said As Rusk had indicated at recent news conference it a been our intention to suggest tour other allies outside the inter american system that they align themselves with the inter Ameri can system in certain measure agreed on at Punta Del Este wlm respect to Cuba particularly Trad with answer questions or. Rostow and or. Goodwin he added will meet with a Pei in t nato Council later this week to explain these measure particularly those relating to Trade. They will also be available to the Council to answer any questions. There will also be bilateral talks along similar lines Between the United states and certain other Friendly governments.". The other governments were notnamed by the state department but presumably include a number of trading nations with close . Ties such As Japan. Russia tour wins singer9s los Angeles a Primadonna Dorothy Kirsten arrived from a month s opera tour of rus Sia which she called the most fantastic experience of my she was tired we had fou hours of sleep in the last two Days but bubbling with Enthus Starr Over the wild ovations and the courtesies she received fro the music Loving russians. It was the most Gratifying thing i be Ever done she told newsmen on disembarking at los Angeles International Airport with her husband. Or. John Douglas French. French director of the brain re search Institute at the University of California at los Angeles addressed russian medical and scientific groups White miss Kirsten Sang opera. I am determined to encourage other leading opera singers to go to Russia on these Tours miss listen said. It is one of the Best ways for the russian people to get the real truth about america."1 feel it is of the highest Cul Tural value to show the russian what we can she said she was surprised and pleased that the russian peo Plewer acquainted with her More As an actress than a was Well known for my appearance with Mario Lanza in thereat Caruso " she said. Tel was one of the motion picture see noted for Exchange and has been shown All Over Europe. It is play ing in Hungary she received a 20-Mlnute ova Tion and took a dozen curtain cans after singing Vilatta in la Traviata at the Bolshoi theater Lav Moscow. She had 22 curtain Call at Tbilisi in the georgian country

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