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Surprised That America Fee ' note: The United Editor's .Press International vice presl-- . i I . -- j r alter .visits ; ( and to Moscow j Leningrad. 1 His observations on whether the Russians ex-- i pect a nuclear, war areibased on conversations with Soviet Officials, Western diplomats ' and foreign correspondents in the Russian capital, J Berlin This idea has penetrated in the Russian campaign to break the will of the United States to into official Russian circles. Ameriof The firm r fight Kennedy's swift moves in expression can public opinion that Berlin was rebuttal, and evidences of the worth fighting for came as a sur- hardening resolve, of the Ameriprise to the Russians. They had can people, slowed down the Ruscalculated that the United States sian program. By THOMAS R. CURRAN j' Yuri Zhukov, who is close to The over and her allies would fold 'up and ' LONDON (UPI) Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev under pressure. whelming feeling in Russia's , two make jconcessions 6? as . Vice President secretary of the cultural ex- largest cities is that there will The sudden trip i L ii SUNDAY HEKALD Western, diplomats in Moscow do jmot think there will" be a war. They feel Khrushchev .wants to get everything he; can by threats and bluster but that he is no Hit- ler thirsting for war. "They feel i the Rus ian peoplei them- alsp that selves dc not want war. . More than any other nation the Russians know war and its ter- . proposals on Berlin. "He probably thought we'd be happy to have the problem settled " one ambassador said. The Russians, according to some diplomats in Moscow.i ' are really worried about West Germany and its mounting power. They feel they have East Ger many under control, but that West - influence over the policies-o- f the United States, France and ' Great Britain. . Most Russian j families have lost a father, son, cousin or uncle fighting in the war against what the Russians .always call i "the Fascists.7 Both Moscow, a city of five million, and Leningrad, with 3.2 million inhabitants, show no signs of gearing for war. I saw no troop movements I jdid not see a private bomb shelter, The Moscow subway, of course,! is one of the deepest in the! world and it took - .". II pii i ifipTTH nrf"1" iirn'TTTBirTTTFiTTTirnf SEdp 9 p.. m. fMira'dlcflys HEATING in- - Moscow, PLANT was asked CRAGHEAD about the Russian equivalent of the American civil defense He replied:. "In a nuclear war there is no "civil defense." The prime interest of the RusV pro-gra- m. sian people seemed focussed not 56 on Berlin or Laos but on improving their own standard of living. NO. 2ND WEST Fit IMF. moy's v i . :i 6 ' mi i i to ST!"- S i M PROVO '. 03 .r rf inninniiif mm il - YOUR V mm : -gOD I',;". TO CHECK escalator to get from the tracks to ground level. It was used as a shelter in World War II. Henry Shapiro, United Press International manager for Russia and dean of American correspondents now TIfAE Germany Is exercising too much me a minute and- a half on a fast u J""" KJ-- here Will Be No Nucl ear Wait not be a nuclear war' and that Lyndon B. Johnson to Berlin and change program, told me: VThere rible devastation. Their casualthe Berlin crisis can be settled the appointment of Sen. Lucius wil) be no war. Not a hot war. ties! in World War II were the Clay as Kennedy's special ambas- The ideological struggle will con- highest of any country in history. by ' negotiation. Some Western diplomats thought tinue. Tht United States will build Moscow now realizes that Pres- sador were " totally ; unexpected. 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