Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 39
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MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 37 Harriman Returning To U.S. To Report On Laos Talks LONDON -- UH -- Under Secretary of State AverelJ Harriman flew to Washington today to report to President Kennedy on his Laos crisis talks with Soviet and British leaders. Harriman who arrived last night from Moscow conferred with Prime Minister Harold Macmlllan and Lord Privy Seai Edward Heath. Diplomatic sources said they agreed to push a strong diplomatic initiative in Moscow and in Laos to save the neutrality and independence of the Southeast Asian kingdom. Heath told the House of Commons after today's talks: "We were very glad Mr. Harriman did go to Moscow because we felt this personal exchange would be useful. But we are anxious for the two co-chairmen of the Laos conference (Britain and Russia) to jointly be able to prevent the situation from becoming worse." Heath, ostensibly reflect- HONORED AT BANQUET Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert F. Bradley (seated) of Tucson were among honored guests at a recent Valley National Bank reception and banquet at Scottsdale. Bradley is a vice president and Tucson area manager of the bank. VNB President James E. Patrick -(standing) outlined the highlights of Bradley's career. The affair was held for members of the bank's 25 Year Club. Bradley joined VNB in 1937 at Miami. W. Germany Gets New U.S. Missile WASHINGTON--(#--West Germany has received its first U. S. Sergeant missile, a fast-firing bombardment weapon which can hurl a conventional pr atomic warhead up to 75 miles. Informed Sources said today the Sergeant went to the German forces last month. There was no indication how many were involved. ; As with all 'other atomic- capable weapons, the United States retains control over any ' nuclear warheads that may be : mounted on Germany's Sergeants. The Defense Department announced about seven weeks ago its plan to start sending Sergeants .to U.S. Army forces in West Germany in March. No announcement had been made of deliveries to the Germans. The addition of solid fuel Sergeants ' r ep res e nts a strengthening of the fire power of the West German Army, as it does for U. S. troops facing the Iron Curtain. Germany pays , for the weapons it gets from the United States. Authorities said Germany already has 12-mile range F E N C E S A L E AMERICAN BEAUTY LINK The onlyvfence with a notched interlocking slat. No-upkeep, can't pull out, blow out or be pushed out! FREE ESTIMATE Tucson MA 3-3641 AMERICAN FENCE CO, 1811 So, Park Sierra Vista--458-2305 Blsbee--HE 2-5378 Honest John and 75-mile range Corporal missiles as well as 8-inch howitzers capable of firing atomic shells. Germany reportedly will buy the 400-mile range Pershing missile when it is ready. The Pershing also is destined for U. S. troops in Europe. The Sergeant was designed to replace the Corporal, a much slower firing weapon which has been with the U. S. Army in Europe for the past six years. Where it takes up to six hours to prepare the liquid fueled Corporal to fire, the Sergeant can be launched in a matter of minutes. The Sergeant, a single stage missile 34 feet long'and only 31 inches in diameter, has been called a "shoot and scoot" weapon. This Is because its launching unit can be rushed out of ah area, away from counter- fire, as soon as the missile is unleashed. In addition to being much faster and more reliable than Corporal, the Sergeant requires fewer men and less maintenance equipment. CITIZEN COMICS --the world'i best-WHITEWALL SALE! ALL PASSENGER CAR TIRES COMPLETE ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE NEW RETREADS $ Plus Tax and Recappable Tire MOHAWK 4 PREMIUM * TIRES For Popular Sizes Plus Tax Tire Off Your Car Qualify comparable 1o any other Major Brand Premium The NO MONEY DOWN! ON APPROVED CREDIT TIRES. INC 5744 E. 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In Sections of Shelving of New 2x4 1x12; '50 Dodge y 2 -Ton Pickup, Aluminum Ladders, Refrigerator Truck, etc. Sale No. 21 TUESDAY, 7 P.M., APRIL SOTH ing the mood of today's meeting with Harriman, said thd' present situation in Laos was not only dangerous to the countries already involved but also to Thailand. The cease-fire was holding, he added, and this was a good opportunity for the International Control Commission (ICC) to visit the area. Heath said Britain has been in touch also with the Red Chinese government but has not received an answer so far. He rejected the idea of reconvening the Geneva conference. One of the immediate plans is to get the International Control Commission (ICC), composed of India, ..Canada and Poland to put inspections teams into the Plaine des Jarres, the chief area of collision between the pro-Communist Pathet Lao forces and the neutralist troops of Prince Souvanna Phouma, the premier of the coalition government. Harriman who met with Premier Nikita Khrushchev in Moscow last week and with Foreign Minister A n d r e'i Gromyko has received the Kremlin's acknowledgement "in principle" that joint Anglo-American-Soviet a c t i o n was necessary to resolve the Laos crisis. Macsmillan endorsed this plan today s and ,also ' the suggestion that ^ thV bassadors of; the '··.- three nations in Vientiane should keep close contact for on-the- spot Laos peace efforts. / Whether Britain will b«, able to push successfully; «' joint peace appeal with Ruis-: sia to the three factions ';jjf the Laos government In the light of the Harriman-Khrushchev talks remained uncertain, A British attempt for such a joint peace appeal with Russia foundered last week because of Moscow's insistence that a clause be inserted blaming the United States for the latest Laos troubles. L AT: SHOWROOM--5008 E. 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There are four $20 awards, 15 $10 prizes and 30 worth $5 each. Bring your recipe to the first floor of the Citizen building, 208 N. Stone Ave., where a properly marked receptacle is located. Or you can mail your recipe to: Refrigerated Desserts, Tucson Daily Citizen, Tucson, Arizona. ,. If possible, submit recipes on standard file cards. Deadline is midnight, May 5. You may enter as many recipes as you like--but each must be submitted as a separate entry. Be sure to include your name and address, plus phone number if you have one. All entries become the property of the Citizen and Shamrock Dairy. Anyone may enter except employees of the cosponsoring firms. Decision of the judges is final. Winners will be announced May 24. Get Your Entry In Now contest co-sponsored by TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN and SHAMROCK DAIRY DRIVE CHRYSLER SEE US NOW FOR SPECIAL SAVINGS CHECK CHRYSLER'S VALUE PACE-SETTER... 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