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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 28, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseU outline vote time 3t 9. A dear th., a pouor.-. Tuesday that a. Policy to pre pan Westt conventional at i soviet us l reaction to a evening Alsop quoting laying that we might have to take initiative nuclear War with Russia. White House press Secretary Pierre Salinger did not verify this or other remarks attributed to or. Kennedy. But he was ready for question about article and read this Brief statement to newsmen quotation Given in Al soy article must be read in total context. The president s statement represents no change in american policy. European edition has always Bee Clear that in such a context As a massive conventional attack on Europe by soviet Union which would put policy since late 1940s, an represents no change. The real change As or. Also Points out elsewhere i article. I is in strengthening of our defensive alternatives to nuclear Salinger told a questioner that he had not checked to Ilee Whethe Alsop quoted chief executive correctly. He said or. Alsop in of viewed or. Kennedy recently., Alsop cited a Clear attack of Western Europe As an example of a situation in which he said feels United Slite must be prepared to use nuclear weapons regardless of con also said president cent on Page Tyr col 1 army a Navy air Force 342 a rebellion 5 i Dally. 10 ent sunday a a Jas ii a Locc of. Didech Rusk a. To continue Berlin talk wednesday March 2b, 1962 ii ral revolts against Frondizi ,. No it Murf forces were now i Siuw a an a general proclaimed tuesday against Arturo Frondizi for treason in refusing Rawson command cd div in Southern province called Onifry unite to join in shortly after Frondizi from former presi Dent Pedro Aramburu that he abandon presidency. Raw son s announcement came As other army generals were meeting at War ministry Headquarters to plan strategy in face of fron Dizi s refusal to step Down. Aramburu. The mediator who sunday night warned country it faced civil War if crisis snot resolved quickly declared that my i All armed agreed that Frondizi must meanwhile scrambled or support in a series of conferences after boldly defying military and political pressure to despite Rawson s announce ment of open rebellion there Wasno sign of military activity other than increased guard of mounted grenadiers at Pink presidential Palace. Neb. International pub. Raged across farm threatened Homes in and Iowa. One girl Wasj believed drowned. A Ernesti. 8, of Rural disappeared while Pebbin Creek which hooded Elkhorn Norman Erbe made conditions in a Quarter mile Long Itje Iowa River away25 Homes in Northeast town. And a Smalle dirt Wall protected a musing area. Cakes slammed again s with spectators Ai Elkhorn River a guard said Valle Seemer in Nebraska flood was risen Ltd 0. Hitch indonesians of new talks Thant to sit in United nations. . Urdu Thant acting . Secretary general said tuesday both indo Nesia and Netherlands had greed to formal negotiations in his presence on future of West new said secret talks held last week near Washington were weather Purtty cd Uil Atli not Rantui he mid tact Irwy. 41, to � o to St. Ter try i Central he a two a tent Aview a Ellb 4 4p.m. Be 57 is is 4 4 12 d 41 by a 41 a Murid Prii a Hal 43 d h him a we it to c3 Etorly. 43 34 4333 n 52 he agreed phase of negotiation with formal negotiations at United nations scheduled to follow this was agreed to by both parties he said. Thant also revealed at a new conference that United state had appealed to indonesian presi Dent Sukarno to Send his representative Back to Washington for future talks with dutch representatives. Sukarno monday disclosed that secret talks near Washington have been suspended. He called his representatives Back to Jakarta. Meanwhile dutch govern ment announced at Hague that four dutch warships marines and army troops will be sent to3s,� Sam. Sri " 5r d6ssji. S.==s=_2 Page�, of state Dean Busk at ii soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko to Geneva. Two men failed to find a formulator a Berlin solution. Their joint statement tuesday however said their discussions were useful and Frank and served to clarify potato of agreement As Well As Points of was understood they shared an understanding that both their governments want to avoid War Over this end they will keep negotiations going with Rusk expected to get in touch with Gromyko in about 10 Days time. The next exchanges May be routed through soviet embassy in Washington or through american embassy to issuing their joint state ment. Rusk and Gromyko joined other ministers in disarmament conference itself. There two men urged a speedy attack on disarmament problem. With carefully chosen words each said he saw some meriting disarmament ideas submitted by was Only one sour note during Day. Gromyko in speech broadcast by United nations radio station accused United states of deliberately Block ing a nuclear test ban treaty. This was being done he charged because Washington is anxious to front. An Page 24 col. V Geneva Cap Secretary of state Dean Rusk sped Home through rain tuesday night after producing a surprising out Ward show of East West Harmony on Berlin and arms questions atthe conclusion of first phase of 17-nation disarmament Confer ence and soviet foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko issued a join statement underlining determination of their two governments to keep talking about Berlin prob Lem to prevent it from becoming a shooting More than two weeks of in on to to stupid end of Oas demolition in dispatches Algiers and Oran j try a Ftfe Faour pro. Tuesday called by settlers As a sign for More than 50 persons killed monday when troops fired into a crowd of demonstrators Fol Hospital sources said tues Day Tou in monday s shoot ing bad risen to w dead Ana Morfe than 200 wounded Long columns of troop reinforce ments rolled into Algiers sources said some 60.000 troops most of them freed Fromfield duties by cease fire pact a nationalist rebels were being massed in defiant Cit where French armoured cars and Hal tracks patrolled streets. Scattered shots were tired tues f it Mac Oil Page 84. Col. 9 Philadelphia a Robert Gil to 19, � gatekeeper at Philadelphia zoo was approach by a Young my Cwi Tor � bellied Turtle Oil to had Gate Utt Turtle a a club . The too theand fled

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