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Is Unstable congressional Premier voice when that West come reported regards Fidel Castro a Communist- influential at a 90- conference the nation broadcast that the its risk." which the translator's of the to have was two subjects and a direction responsible of the and the hours of the two has not more than he intends peace any. He action. He but the East be reunited. Khrushchev the whole when he used the he has said nation no or ul- timatums by either side" during the Vienna" conferences.) The Soviet premier offered again to give Soviet and East German guarantees of continued Allied access to West Berlin. He proposed that U.S., French, British British and Soviet troops remain in the city, and suggested stationing U.N. troops there. Kennedy replied that the West is in Berlin legally, not merely by sufferance, and intends to stay there. He said Berlin is a foundation foundation stone in American security. security. United Nations — Khrushchev contended the U.N. actions in the See BERLIN, Page 6, Col. 5 \ LEONARD J. REVES . . .falsllv shot Accidenta Kills Paris Two boys, an "unloaded" gun that was loaded and youthful byplay byplay led to the tragic death of 14-year-old Leonard James Reves here Thursday. Police said the youth was accidentally accidentally shot shortly after noon Wednesday at Z.A. Reddell's Service Service Station at 17th and Bonham Streets. He died at 4:30 p.m. in the Sanitarium of Paris after doctors doctors sought vainly to keep him alive. Reves, son of Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Reves of 320-18th NVV, was shot once over the left eye with a .22 caliber pistol. The police report said the pistol was in the hands of James P. Moss, 15, of 1274 West Sherman Street, an employe of the service station. •' • '•'•'• '•'"'•' Moss told officers that L. J. Reves and his small brother, Nathan, Nathan, came to the station to pur- NEW BACK REVEALED (rum May 16, today. concern, it secret staff. to his personal physician, Dr. Janet Travell. White House press secretary Pierre Pierre Salinger said there is no connection connection between Kennedy's present present back trouble and that from which he had suffered previously and for which he underwent a delicate delicate operation several years ago. Kennedy suffered the new injury injury in Ottawa May 16, the first day of his Canadian trip. It occurred when he was lifting several spades of dirt while planting planting a tree at Government House, residence of Canada's governor chase a soft drink. He said that during the conversation that followed followed inside the station, he took the .22 pistol out of a drawer in the desk and playfully pointed it at him. The youth said he had examined the pistol and believed that it was unloaded. But when he playfully playfully aimed it at Reves, the pistol pistol discharged. The bullet hit the victim over the left eye. Moss called an ambulance, and the boy was taken to the Sanitarium Sanitarium of Paris where doctors kept him alive until 4:30 p.m. The gun was a nine-shot .22 caliber revolver belonging to station station manager Z. A. Reddell. Po- Jice,said Reddell had gone to lunch and had left Moss, who had been employed for the. summer, to care for the station. Mosa, in looking through the desk, had found the pistol in the back of one of the drawers. The victim, Reves, had completed completed the seventh grade at Rosa Pearson School two weeks ago. The boy's funeral will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Gene Roden & Sons chapel by the Rev. W. T. Dunn, and burial made in Evergreen Evergreen Cemetery. Son of P.A. and Dortha (Cluck) Reves, Leonard James Reves was born at Fort Smith, Ark., February February 20, 1947. He attended Rosa Pearson School, and was a member member of Northsvest-Baptist Church. Surviving besides his parents are two brothers and a sister, Prentiss N. Reves, Melvin Earl Reves and Sharon Joyce Reves. Local Entomology Team Wins Honors GENEVA (AP)—Britain announced indefinite postponement of the conference on because of "apparent serious violation" of the cease-fire. Britain and the Soviet Union cochairmen of the conference on Laos. The United States had previously announced it was the conference until Soviet Premier Khrushchev makes good his agreement with President Kennedy that an effective is necessary in the Asian kingdom. Malcolm MacDonald, head the British delegation, saw Deputy Foreign Minister Pushkin fcr an h-.iur this Afterward, MacDonald issued statement that some informed him they could attend further meetings until have finished consulting their governments. The delegations were as those of the United Britain and France. An American source Wednesday night that the delegation would not attend further sessions of the called to chart the future of until the pro-Communist stop their attacks and a truce is achieved. Soviet Foreign Minister Gromyko is flying from to Geneva tonight. Western r delegates hoped he would structions for the Communist to get behind the U.S. for more power for the international truce commission in The American delegates Geneva conference forced cancellation of Wednesday's session after the Pathet Lao rebels U.S to Continue Laos Bargaining WASHINGTON- (APi-President Kennedy today eeclared this nation's intention to keep with the Soviet Union for a neutral and independent Laos a cease-fire, and to strive for a nuclear test ban. Kennedy told a newspaper (his country has no intention resuming atomic tests despite disappointing outcome of his on that subject with Soviet

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  1. The Paris News,
  2. 08 Jun 1961, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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