Personal from Herbert W Armstrong - KHRUSHCHEV OUSTED! Prime Minister Sir Douglas - Home of Britain ousted by Labor government in British elections! Mrs. Armstrong and I were flying some seven miles above the Atlantic Ocean, en route once again to London. It was Thursday, October 15, election day in Britain. The captain of Pan-Am flight 100 had promised to give us the score of the final world series baseball game at St. Louis, as he received it, and also results of the general election in England. Then the captain's voice came over the loud speakers again. "Ladies and Gentlemen," he said, "I have just received news over the ship's radio system of a rumor. Now I have this about third-hand - it is only a rumor and not official - but the rumor is that Mr. Khrushchev has been put out of office in Moscow." "He's right - just a rumor, probably," I thought.
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