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Ford reassures NATO
allies of U.S. support
(Continued from Page 1) food and other economic issues.
has announced withdrawal from HE PICTURED a strengthen-
the military branch of the alli- ed Western defense as helping
ance. to reduce tensions with the So-
-Ford, who conferred with viets and their allies, adding
Portuguese Prime Minister Vas- that there is "some reason for
co Goncalves, said , "I did optimism"
point out the contradiction that
would arise if Communist ele-
ments came to dominate the JFK allegedly
political life of Portugal. And
it is my judgment that others wanted plans
among the allies had a some-
what similar concern. We are to oust Castro
all hopeful, but we are watch-
ful." (Continued from Page 1)
-Spain could make a signi- to provide the intermediary's
ficant contribution to Western name for the record.
Security and is entitled to a According to Lansdale, he
"relationship" with NATO, was assigned to the project in
Ford said, but because of op- 1962 when the U. S. first re-
position by Britain and other ceived intelligence that Castro
allies "we recognize the un- was prepared to install Soviet-
likelihood of it taking place in made nuclear missiles in Cuba.
the future, or immediate fu- Last week, The Associated
ture." Ford will visit Spain on Press identified Lansdale as the
Saturday to discuss U. S. Air author of an August 1962 memo,
Force and nuclear submarine now in the possession of the
bases there. Rockefeller Commission, which
F- O R D said there was a authoritative sources said pro-
"general sense of satisfaction" vided the CIA with authority to
in the conference and he would develop contingency plans for
strongly support a proposal by the assassination of Castro.
Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Lansdale maintained, as he had
Elliott Trudeau that alliance last week, that he did not re-
summits be held more frequent- member the memo, but he ac-
lv. This was the third summit knowledged that it would not
of NATO's 15 members in the have been "incompatible" with
alliance's 26-year history. his assigned task.
In an opening statement and "I didn't know what all the
in response to questions, Ford Potentials were," Lansdale said,
talked about undiminished and "the feasibilities, the practicali-
even strengthened defense ef- ties of doing something like
forts within the North Atlantic that." In resnonse to a ques-
Treaty Organization. tion, Lansdale confirmed that
He also emphasized what he the phrase "something like
saw as a need for international that" included the possibility
cooperation to deal with energy, of assassination.
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