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Pasadena Independent (Newspaper) - January 4, 1962, Pasadena, California Thum pay Jak. Airlift Warmup of fire brigade 3 . Bailie groups duo for nato exercises by Fred s. Hoffman a military affairs writer Washington of the posting of two More . Army Battle groups in Germany will provide the makings of an air transportable brigade that could Deal with trouble to ult a shift to tack a Al to. Or in the Middle East Africa or elsewhere. The army High command has wanted for some time to create Independent brigades in West Germany and on Oki Nawa for such a purpose. The Okinawa based brigade would be intended for use in the far East and Southeast Asia. The Pentagon. Announced tuesday that groups of the three Battle 4th infant re division totalling about men will he Airlift cd to Ger Many for a nato exercise from Jan. 16 to feb. 12. My Tro Lilc Sligo Long brigades Are Salil to be included in Ilia new defense budget soon to go to Congress. Army leaders have been thinking in terms of paratroop units for such an assignment. Sources indicate the Battle groups to be sent to Germany later this month might be used As an interim fire they noted that although these Are conventional infantry they can be lifted quickly Over thousands of Miles. About 100 transports will Fly Una la is will two Battle groups will l both Ber Lynors and some Estorn. Officials. Two reasons Why Var seems More Remote Tolian n 1961. One is that soviet Premier Ollic controls on crossing the Border to East Berlin. The american spokesman said soviet commandant col. V. Solovyev and his to tical adviser would continue o be barred from the Ameri an sector until american officials can go into East Berlin reply. We do not in curl to per Mit our rights to be interfered with nor will we allow improper treatment of our he said. The spokesman said we have made every of Ort not to add to tensions in a period in which governments Are seeking to develop possibilities for negotiation. The soviet com mandant nevertheless has chosen at this time to permit his soviet sector German police to attempt to impose improper and offensive controls on visits of the . Com Mander with his civilian aides to soviet Headquarters. Attempted. Controls were impose for the very first time on dec. 21 and dec. 23 and Are completely contrary to Long established procedures and practices in Ber the american notes to the russians protested the barring by communist police of wat son s entry into East Berlin at the Friedric Strasse Cross ing Point because three civilian aides with him refused of show their identity cards to East Berlin police. Tho protests maintained that under four Power agree ments knit German police do not Nave the right to Chelc or control official modern apartments resembling Giganic Worth Tow Era these novel Opal Rnell buildings in Lahr West Germany near completion. Being cons ruled by West German government to House French sol Diers and families stationed in the area. Each of the 82-foot High buildings will have 24 two and three room apartments around a Central stairway american truffle. One protest was made by Waller c. Dowling . Ambassador to West Germany to Mikhail Peru Khan russian ambassador to East Germany. Another was sent by Watson o Solovyev. The Neues deutschland Dos closed the russian rejection of he american protests. The americans later con firmed the newspaper report. Despite the Tough russian attitude the influx of East German refugees into West Berlin continues. Two communist Border policemen in uniform escaped to the Western sector tuesday night following an Exchange of rocks and tear Gas grenades Between East and West police at the Berlin Border. Owens Lake starts for treasure Lone Pine i i a rusted ship propeller and a decayed Lifeboat started rumours in this urea yesterday of sunken treasure. The propeller and boat wore sighted by Bob White a local Lii or while flying Over Tho 10-mile Long dry Owens Lake. Several residents set but across the Lake s soft soda crust and towed Tho find off the Lake bed. A White said the Lifeboat was so it fell apart when touched. The find regenerated rumours about hit Mollic Stevens number and Silver ship which capsized und Sank in Owens Lake in 1878. A persistent talc in Inyo Bounty is that the ship was loaded with Bullion which be vhf was recovered mrs. Dorothy c. Cragen of the Inyo county museum said the sinking of he Mollie Stevens always has remained a she said t is unknown whether any Ives were lost when the ship capsized. Since 1878 the Lake has gradually disappeared. Its dry bed orders Highway 395 West of Dalh Valley and is about 10 Miles Northwest of this Community. On household goods Large 9x12 rugs solution dyed Viscose Tweed foam rubber Back Brown Green or Black room size unbelievable Low Price 6 it. Rug runners solution dyed Viscose in a Rich blended Candy Stripe foam Back buy several at thit Low Price Blue Chip Stamps on All purchases see us first for your family needs Chenille Cannon blankets sleeping pillows bedspreads full bed Lilac Pink while beige Aqua or red 72x90 a Rilan Blind Satin binding Bressler Label attractive Cotton covers 18x25" plump filled with shredded foam Stock up and save double Loop Terry hand screened r Kitchen towels heavy duty flour hemmed dish towels your nearest shopping bag department store it located at. 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