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--June 9,1974 Sunday Gazette-Mail * i___--1 Charted. WÂ«*t Virginia ^Khrushchev Remembers' Frightening The Associated Press - A new volume of Nikita S. : Khrushchev's memoirs, pub- -lished even as the United States and the Soviet Union .prepare for a new summit on "critical issues, provides an illuminating and even frightening look at the mind of a So- -viet leader at work. These evidently well-authenticated recollections present a picture of an immense world power in the hands of suspicious leaders with distorted views of the West and obsessed with the notion of world revolution. Recollec- Z tions taped after his 1964 over;throw, Khrushchev's are - suggestive of a Kremlin col- Views.. Â· The Associated Press The second volume of the , late Nikita S. Krushchev's memoirs, just published, has disclosed some of his highly unflattering opinions of other world leaders. Some characterizations: Winston Churchill: an "arsonist and militarist." President Harry S. Truman: "An aggressive man and a fool." Dean Acheson, Truman's . secretary of state: "Apolitical halfwit." Â· John Foster Dulles, President Dwight D. Eisenhower's secretary of . state: "A chained cur of imperialism." President Nixon: "To Â· my way of thinking, he's unpredictable, I'd even say unbalanced. I don't know Â· what motivates him other than his obvious ideological hatred for communism . and everything progress : v e . ' ' This one, published by Little Brown and Co., bears the title "Khrushchev Remembers: the Last Testament." Khrushchev died in 1971. Â» * * EVERYTHING he said in 180 rambling hours of taped NIKITA S. KHRUSHCHEV Mind.at Work lective possessed by the idea of endless conflict, only just short of war, until the Soviet rand of "socialism" prevails in the whole world. The book also: ^-Implies Khrushchev argued Fidel Castro into consenting to offensive Soviet missiles on Cuban soil, a decision that provoked a Soviet- American brink-of-war showdown in 1962. Â·Â·Indicates Khrushchev and his colleagues were sure the West, under American leadership, always intended to attack the Soviet Union, and only missile power could deter such an attack. "Â·Suggests Khrushchev, as party and government chief, advanced detente proposals purely as propaganda. Â·Â·Discloses an attitude that it was only normal for the Soviet leadership to use satellite nations in the Moscow orbit as if they existed only for Soviet benefit. "Special Pensioner," Khrushchev's first volume of "Khrushchev Remembers," memoirs appeared in 1970. Sunshine Separates Halters or Shrinks Famous Makers 4 50 ,o 8. Shorts Reg. Vol. to 8. 99 tie Â· To match up with your shorts, pick your favorite top . . . til back, wrap tops, halters, short midriff halters with ruffled cap sleeves or spaghetti strap styles. Take your pick ... they are all terrific for summer sun. Sizes 5-13 S, M, L. Polyester cotton shorts. Permanently pressed. Zip front in solids or plaids. 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