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December 16, 2016
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January 3, 2005
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November 19, 1961
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, .. NNppvv 61 P4-'t,~ ~. g. ?A? 5// / Ur Q '`Jaw YOA p1PA For Release 20051Q1/ is 8ggTA-RDk7 0aW' d 5 A s '/VLe LEONARD LYONS tt THE TRAVELERS: R. Sargent Shriver, the President's brother-in-law and head ofd Pewee "Corps, has been touring Central and South America with his aide, Bill Haddad. They !visited the volunteers in the field in Colurnbia'ai d Chile, And ,have requests to discuss the use of Peace Corps volunteers in Peru, Bolivia, Brazil and Venezuela. Havana Radio and the Communist press In Cuba are. de. noitIielifgf Shriver and Haddad, describing them as "a Chieago sausage-maker, a' blood-thirsty American Nazi and a leader of, called Cuyachia, Shriver asked the driver to stop. He wanted a closer look at the llamas being driven along the road by Indian women. Shriver examined one llama and asked its name' "Misticha," said the Indian woman. The translator said it meant' "civilized man. Shriver asked why the llama had been given such a name. The Indian replied: "He spit at Nixon." Sliriver then offered to trade the Chevy panel'truck he wat using for the animal.; The Indian woman refused, and explained: T he truck can't spit.:' Approved For Release 2005/01/05 CIA-RDP75-00149R000700250015-5