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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1953

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Ov: I can pass the call.
not sure they'll answer.

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But I'm

Wis: 'It is just into Moscow that
you can't call, am I right in
understanding you?

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Ov: If you place your call, I can
pass it. We do have service to
Russia.
Wis: I do not understand. What
are you saying?
Ov: I have called and they do not
answer.
Wis: It is not 9 o'clock yet.
Isn't that why they don't
answer?
Ov: Do you want me to call you
back? I can keep calling.
Wis: Do you want me to hang
up and you'll keep calling?
Op: Of course.
* * *
9:36 A.M. (5:36 p.m. Moscow
time)
Wis: Yes, how do you do. I have
called just before. This is The
Michigan Daily. I am putting
a call through to Moscow.
Op: We have gotten through to
Moscow. Apparently they're try-
ing his home and it does not
answer.
Wis: Thank you. Can you call to
the -Kremlin itself?
Op: The overseas operator doesn't
feel we can call the Kremlin. Do
you know what building he is
located in?r
Wis: Get fthe Kremlin and we
can work from there. Or per-
haps I could get through by
way of the American Embassy.
You see, this way we could get
definite information.
Op: Yes, sir.
Wis: Would you do this for me,
please? Would you yourself call
the Embassy and get his num-
ber?
Op: You mean his office number?
His home number would not be
listed. I'll try, sir. I'll call you#
back in a few minutes.
* * *
9:51 A.M. (5:51 p.m. Moscow
time)
Wis: How do you do.
Op: Hello. Ready on your call to
Russia. Hello, operator.
Cv: Hello. Your exchange is K-,
king ------
Op: And how is that spelling?
Ov: K-king . . . Hello. Yes,
Moscow. Hello, Hello, Hello,
Moscow. Operator! Operator!

Op: Sorry to keep you waiting,
sir. This still is person-to-per-I
son, operator.
Ov: Yes, I know.
Op: Oh, I'm sorry. (cut-off)
Ov: What are you ringing me
for?!
Op: I'm sorry. This call was plac-
ed at 7:59, operator. Now my
party would like to call Mr. Ma-
lenkov's office. Did you call his
office?
Ov: No, we did not. We had a
hold for overseas. We're HA'-
ing the American Embassy in
Moscow to get the office num-
ber. I don't think the resi-
dence number is listed.
Op: All right, operator, thank you.
Wis: What is happening? (cut-
off) Excuse me, operator, what
is the delay, please?
Op: I don't know what the delay
is, sir, but the overseas operator
is trying to put your call
through. Just a minute. It seems
to be coming through now.
Embassy Op: Hello. American
Embassy. Mr. Malenkov . .
(cut-off) Mr. Malenkov wants
to speak to the Embassy?
(cut-off)
Wis: Malenkov is busy, is that
right?
Ov: He is not at the Embassy.
Wis: That I know. Why I want
to call the Embassy is to get his
number in the Kremlin (cut-off)
Perhaps this will help. There is
an American correspondent, Mr.
Edward Gilmore of the Associat-
ed Press, who might know the
number. Or if you can't get him
--Mr. Harrison Salisbury is the
correspondent for The New York
Times. (cut-off) Hello, opera-
tor. Perhaps I can help you,
thank you. Perhaps one point
in calling the Embassy was to
get Mr. Malenkov's number -Mr.
Gilmore and Mr. Salisbury might
also have the number.
Op: How do you spell that last
name?
Wis: S-a-l-i-s-b-u-r-y. I give
you his name because he is an
American correspondent. He
might have the number. But
it-would seem you could get
the number at least from the
Embassy.
Op: Yes, sir, just a moment. (cut-
off) She thought it was Malen-
kov on the line.
Wis: Oh, the lady at the Embassy
thought it was Malenkov on the
line?
Op: Yes. (cut-off)
Ov: Yes, he said Mr. Gilmore or
Mr. Salisbury would have the
information? Would you spell
that last name?
Op: S-a-l-i-s-b-u-r-.
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Ov: And he is a correspondent'
for The New York Times?
Op: Yes.
Wis: I'm wondering why the sec-
retary at the Embassy doesn't
have the number of the Krem-
lin.
Op: Do they have a special line
to the Kremlin?
Ov: That number is not listed at
the Embassy.
Wis: I should think you would
have that number. It was
- published in an American
magazine several months ago.
I think it was an exchange
and then four numbers. The,
first two, I think, are 7-3.
Op: Will you hold the line, sir?
Wis: All right, I will wait. You
will call Gilmore and Salisbury?1
Ov: Mr. Gilmore is expected in
20 minutes at the Embassy.
Op: All right, then will you call
the other party?
Wis: Mr. Salisbury. He is a
correspondent for the New
York Times. I would like to
find out from him where we
can get Mr. Malenkov.
Embassy Op: Mr. Malenkov?!
(cut-off)
Op: They tell us Mr. Gilmore is
not at the Embassy. He will be
back in 20 minutes.
Wis: All right, will you try him
then?
Op: Yes.
Wis: Now you are getting Mr.
Gilmore.
Moscow Op: Hello.
Ov: Yes, Moscow, Hello. Do you
have a report for me?
Moscow Op: No, I have no report
for you.
Ov: I asked you to try for in-
formation from Mr. Salisbury
who is a correspondent for
The New York Times.
Moscow Op: Mr. Salisbury, eh?
Ov: See if he is at the Embassy.
Moscow Op: O. K. (cut-off)
Ov: Hello, Moscow. Hello, Hello,
Moscow. Hello, Moscow! Do you
have a report for me? Have
you located Mr. Gilmore? (cut-
off) Hello, Mr. Cannibal?
Wis: How do you do.

Wis: We just want to 'get the
Kremlin's number from Mr. Gil-
more.
Ov: -Moscow, my party wants in-
formation from Mr. Gilmore on
the Kremlin's number. Hello,
Moscow. Hello, Moscow! We
want a report care of Mr. Gil-
more for information.
Op: If you could find out the
number of the Kremlin'uitself
instead of Mr. Malenkov .
You want to speak to Mr. Ma-
lenkov, is that right?
Wis: Yes.
Op: If you want to speak to this
correspondent, you might get
the number of the Kremlin from
him. It's a non-published num-
ber.
Wis: The reason I ask for this
number from the Embassy is
that it was published a couple
of months ago in a magazine.
It would seem to me you could
get this number. That's what
I ask.
Ov: Hello, Moscow. Hello, Mr.
Gilmore.
Moscow Op (aside): Nye znayu
schto dyl (I don't know what to
do).
Ov: Well, Moscow, just a moment
please. (cut-off) Hello, hello,
Moscow. Can you find out from
Mr. Gilmore?
Moscow Op: What?!
Ov: Can you obtaininformation
from Mr. Gilmore as to the
telephone number of the
Kremlin? . . . Hello.
Wis: Well, what is the number
for the Kremlin?
Ov: It has a special number.
Wis: Isn't there any other way
we can reach him? (cut-off)
How do you do.
Op: They tried the Kremlin but
it didn't answer. If you want
any information you will have
to speak to Mr. Gilmore person-
ally.
Wis: Is there no way of you find-
ing out the Kremlin number?
(cut-off)
Ov: Hello. Moscow. Would you
AG 1-2-3?
Moscow Op: O. K. Just a moment.

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Op: Yes, Mr. Cannibal, I'm sorry Op: Hello, sir, Hello. The num-
the telephone to Mr. Salisbury ber of the Kremlin is 1-2-3.

doesn't answer.

Wis: Would you please try Mr.
Gilmore? I'm wondering why
can't you get the number of
the Kremlin now that you've
got the Embassy. Why can't
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Ov: That number doesn't answer.
Wis: It's impossible to get the
Kremlin then?
Ov: The number is 1-2-3.
Wis: Madam, wait a minute.

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Ov: We are waiting for Mr. Gil- does not answer.
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you back when he comes in.4 the head of police, immediately?
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time) Wis: Is it the Russian operator
Op: Hello. Is this the party call- who won't connect you?
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Wis: How do you do. it doesn't answer. The number
Ov: We have Mr. Gilmore on the is 1-2-3.
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