European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Apr 1 1961, Page 24

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - April 1, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseWashington Croc min congram and elsewhere of the John Birch society brought � cry Friday from a member who Alio it in confirm that communists Are promoting a smear of the Ultra Rich lift organization. ".-,.-,. Even As Justice department spokesman Ald the satiety activities a a mutter of concern there. Rep. Edgar w. He stand a Calil. Lold a Newa conference my advice is for people not to oui id off before they have All the major aim of the society is to spread information about the com Munts conspiracy through letters to congressmen and other methods. Hiestand said t before talking who reporters Hiestand who earlier disclosed disaffiliation Slih the society Hadi a Telephone conversation with. It founder Robert a w. Welch jr., of Belin Orit. Mass. Welch in a retired Candy maker who founded the society. Jim 194& i Persona targets include former president Eisenhower and chief of news from . Montgomery Ala we got television herring said. Then i Trenton n j. Up the Tate civil Are Etc Newl that Tulip had lilo i it mines Tor Dice a me do quiz fied him from bran � poum a. But he Nuu could be. To m a Mim for fire department Washington Upu they were driving Back from Jhel wed Ding. So Donald Craun figured he could t keep pretence any longer. A admit a to new Bride Julia Ann that is wan fibbing when he Aid a had a Home and a Job. " Julia Ann demanded he drive to her Parent Home. K t did and he s been there sine. That was in lat a she petitioned the District of Columbia municipal court to annul the marriage of grounds of fraud. She was turned Oie Rea Clu a the municipal court of appear. It turned her Down too with one of three judges stoutly dus Enung. The court s majority noting that mrs. Craun had been is arsed be fore held that in the a igbo of her past sex Ephfone she could have demonstrated reasonable caution and investigated tar Tui i Atlanta i a automobile to to Tan Larry Yate parked tic Ranf fac phone and the Man in a other my Ald i o Iron that what car parked oat front Well it � the Culler then Huntjr . Yate a baked the cur an found it he of a stolen from it lot on May it 160. Portsmouth Nyji. A pile of newspapers on a grocery counter saved a clerk from possible death when a robber fired at him. The Bullet Ion most of in Speed pasting through the newspapers before it struck Ralph s. Knee plan s3, in the Abdomen. He was no wounded i oilily. Algeria rebels peace talks continued from Patta 1. The secret con tuck with franc that the French delegation would maintain contacts with other Al Gerian groups. The difference thus appeared to be a matter Olem Phasis with the rebels insisting that they be officially recognized As the prime nationalist Spolec Esztan. There was no immediate French official reaction to the rebel stand. expected until Joe re turned Here late Friday night from an inspection trip to the North african territory. French officials privately still were Optimist to that some Compro Mise could be found without forc ing president Charles de Gaull to Back Down in a humiliating manner. This would be difficult however As de Gaul had declared repeatedly that he intend to consult with All algerian poli tical groups not merely with the rebel government based in Tun i. Bomb kills French mayor. J t least three extremist settler organizations. An aspect of the death of Blanc. Popular mayor of Ince the liberation a that the terrorists May have Givine further than they intended to by killing Hini police could not establish How the Jitta Kisr could have calculated that he would be within Range of the Spond bomb at the moment h by it Blanc Wabel talks re 01fg Justice Earl ,.\wfidht/jjjiu called or. Etie Hho a cd a says Warren should be impeached Hestand said held not a or Warren. But he said or. Eisenhower several years ago arid a re taken out of context by this the ii Hnatin i ing them Hiestand other society disagreed with i choose to slay society As a whole i a of per dedicate to me it better Chance of Success ulment than any of the other and Fine patriotic groups,6fwhlclx " v".? t -. Hiestand w h e h disclosing disown membership thursday had said there were othermefnbera1 of con Ress in the so Tyty j but Iii not name them. -. A in response to questions mid of the 8ocl Ety he does t jcn6w How members or chapters it but the goal is 100,000" this year. la she Hai been informed. There Are several society chapters = Rin Washington but does t know the facts As to that / j the society is. Not a secret one but the identity of members is kept confidential to protect them from persecution and in san Marino calif., rep John i Rousselot a Calls sold a member of the society. He said he knew of several other members in Congress but he said he Felt they should identify themselves.,.,""- of Basic interest is concern Tor the communist infiltration in certain areas to study it and understand it Rousselot was. Impressed by the responsible approach they take to the problem the thoughtful Ness care and responsibility in documenting everything they Are no Hiestand said growing criticism of the group by newspapers and Public figures was part of a pro communist smear and proof of its Success in fighting communist nov another congressman rep. Gor Don h. Scherer in Phio said heis not a member of the society but looked favourably on Thig Organiza Tion he exp std this View in a Tetter to rep Leslie Carenda of Illinois assistant gop tender in the a use " the state Merit that the group s activities Are a matter of concerto atty. Gen Roboff f. Kennedy was made by the Justice depart Mont spokesman in response to an inquiry As to whether the depart ment planned anyaction.- sen. Thomas j. Dodd conn., told a reporter he would ask the Senate internal Security subcommittee to investigate the society and leaders. Council president named United nations t. B. Suha Sunghe of Geylon will a president of the Security Conn Cal during april under the Council s system of monthly alphabetical stat ton. He succeeds and 1 a i e. Stevenson of the United , both sides i u., ajl i e "srtt1t j5jf in -. ". A v i Yiv h. A a i a j Fitin?.v.&-. to Tolt a Thabta let foreign a Jator Andre j a Najko a " unit a Iii a 1 to put Oft until by &riofc?.1 v Washington a Washington Friday was tue pretty As Frt Ever been for annual Spring time guests and they were arriving by the a a about a million visitors Are expected within a month More than t million during the year i. The Cherry blossoms made a it pfc fall land near the Jefferson Ike Prial. The Magnolia Trees burst almost overnight into paler Pink and blooms All oversaw Niche newly scrubbed government buildings Gie Arnea White behind yellow forsythia. A 7 v across he Avenue from Shikree expanse of the White House ground hundreds o j pansies splashed Lafayette with color. Blossoming tree and ,shrub3 gave a festive air to the stretch of Massachusetts Avenue where embassies rub Garo Lirie. On Page if Rody then Prea Derit elect astred about the new sea re and the search for the four cubans. U. E. A Faughman chief of the secret service answered no. Com vyv v1police chief William Barnes of West Palm Beach however said he and Force had been re guested by the secret1 Senf Ceato watch for one or allot Lour specific automobile. Because of the Federal Prog in of the Caseb Arne a declined to discuss it further. The Palm Beach police forced under. Homer Large local task of protect to Rig the general area around or. Ken Hedvy Home because it is go tufted. Beach also was seeking the cuban no to mobiles Florida stated police also have been asked to Jola the Hunt -. Or jets at ttpn.,he prbjpipr1 " for lao sub first it Shoul be said there wafer soviet " these s soviet be several Tamalii. Jjis4f3 � srrf1 to Giatana Cotoni their. _.,.-, fore the it Cedar rap to 1954 i feet accent at the 14-Inch Western across High Way a Between Guyot Ltd 59000 Pilgrim follow Jerusalem Jordan Ian sector a East Rod West in a Medle of costumes and languages Friday at 5,000 Pilgrim from ail Over the world joined in following the oot Tep of Christ along the Way of the Cro " Fri ring and tourists braved an icy wind on the coolest Good Fri Day in the holy City in a decade to follow heavy wooden crosses carried the path Jesus walked from trial before Pon 11 Pilate on one Hill of the City to Cut vary and the Tomb on the opposite Hill to the West. Tiv procession Stop cd at the 14 stations along the Way. a Sermon in Lanlin eng Lulu Span i a German italian and arabic was preached. Leading were franciscan friars wearing b r o w h sackcloth Robes with rope bolts the some costume worn by Saint franc la of when he visited the holy lond with the crusaders in " the .13th Century there were elderly Arab women wearing High conical hats draped with White shawls acid it Anysh soldiers wearing the Blue berets of the n Elev Getcy. Forte which keeps peace along the Arabit Saraell Frontier in Grozai there the flowing headdresses of Arab Chris trans and the hats and Bright t Westeris Vig tors 1 of \ Oriental women in ,.hoods wept bitterly As they Denielt at Points where Christ isiiffewsd.&".? Jerusalem is a City built. Ume and again Ench time on the Tui Iii preceding t"1" ".-. = the original now lies eight feet below Street level topical is Thev h6use of Veronica at thei sixth Cross. Here Trade b the crusader tourists a mated

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