European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Apr 4 1962, Page 3

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - April 4, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes 1 Iii tors a eur shows that help enforces resulted on of Dollar communist Pirvey was Prek Neth b. Keat Thomas j Dodd senile internal Lee. Sources said planned a full indicate that Britai european gov done their Best by to committee for in Strols 4cocom. To enforce the restrictions often no to the sur authorities in naturally relic against British traders. Controls but Foo com , strategic goods Des for Allied nations Fly behind the Iron curtains inc Survey in it . Export beyond those a pts d the Survey sad. Itto obtain tin Loo air Rush authorities Loren purposes. Jul fit Rvin a in one or two a i a government with the . I of behalf of British firms and that they were pnixpor1 transact Ion k thai by a fial Undi a Bril it said. On . Trade wit hit Lions go fur i Ond contraband list. For country imposes a on Trade with re Korea and North most Trade with cuban. Department Hensan elaborate series of 1f� prevent re Export to communist not a least a Doren has it cd listed for violating thet .trans-shipmfn1s. S. Goods thai were re i to red China were Micro sharpeners and gauges Iii tags and diesel engine to a Comini great report. And the soviet ii obtained $7 million Tel sheets and plates. Report cites growing Border provocations broken pledges says piping relations worsened new Delhi the risk of death in traffic accidents of French roads is 34 times genl or Neilt for mile than on american a Iirth Way i the Paris newspaper la Figaro n Foo rid in launching h Rani Paikin a uni the alarming it Mlac in Road Fatu cities in the year. In 1961. Figaro said 9.t37 per sons died and 214,293 wore injured in vehicular accidents in France an inc rinse of 13 per cent Over the previous year. The tenacious slogan 1 hat Runce has the be so roads in the world has been false for a Jongline the paper said. France has Only 198 hut Roules. Or superhighway. A again St 2, most distinguished lady instantly acquires the vocabulary of a colonial recruit. An encounter with a courteous Driver Isa rare the newspaper announced Tantin later articles to will Analyse measures taken in the unite states that Hove been effective in cutting Down the Highway toll through Road building techniques Driver education and police enforcement of driving regulations. Navy Crew unhurt in plane crash Weymouth mass. Up four Michigan men escaped in jury when a twin engine Antisubmarine warfare plane crashed on Landing at the South Weymouth naval air station. The plane went off a runway ripping off part of a Wing and Landing gear. On Board were it cmdr Phi Little. Detroit Pilot it Bruce fraites of Taylor Copilot ad3 e. S. Helser of Inkster. And ae3r. G. Thorp of Detroit. They Are members of vs-733, naval air Reserve Squadron. Four teachers in Mcguffey juror out Elkhorn. Wig. A a spokesman for the school Board attain lakes Lakewood elementary school involved in a controversy Over the Mcguffey Reader said that four of the 10 teachers stuff would not be returning next year. William Smeeth clerk of the Hoard made the comment on statement that sex of the 10 teach ers had been fired or will resign at the end of the school year. Information on the teacher Camo out As a hearing on a tax payers petition to oust four Mem Bers of the school Board resumed Here to hear the testimony of an Kus b. Rothwell state superintend ent of Public instruction smooth said the teachers were leaving for reasons not connected i with the. Dispute. Quit or be fire mrs. Doris Bannister who said she. Was spokesman for the teach ers said she and mrs Ora Austin were told by the Board at a special meeting to resign or be fired. I told them i d just As soon be fired so did mrs. Austin said mrs. Bannister the eighth Gradeles chef. Sho suit All five members of the Hoard wore present it the meet ing. The members arc Dennis Betta Smeeth John Pfeiffer John col Lins and William Thorsen. All but Thorsten who opposed use of the Mcguffey had been named in the ouster petition being heard by Kenosha county judge m. Eugene Baker. The petition filed by or. An mrs. Harold a. Lovely charges the quartet with inefficiency and Leklert of duty in introducing the 1879 edition of the Mcguffey into the school last fall. Mrs. Bannister said two other teachers mrs. Theresa Fraher and mrs. Helen Lee also were scheduled to be fired but handed in resignations . Mary Komes has taken an other Post and mrs. Shirley Hick Man intends to mrs. Bannister said. All seven teachers testified against the Board members in the ouster hearing in Kenosha Smeeth said the ones who were leaving were mrs. Bannister , mrs. Austin and mrs. Fraher he said their leaving was in noway a mass firing or a mass Resig nation. Other teachers he said were Welcome to return. A Bevela flon the Board members were very careful to Ell 113 that our testify ing had nothing to do with our being mrs Bannister said. Thi was a revelation to me mrs. Bannister continued. It it did t have anything to do without testifying How come they kept mentioning it mrs. Bannister said she and were told they did t use the Mcguffey readers enough Roth Well s testimony d 111 re d from that of Smeeth who said that the superintendent had told the Board he did t care How the used the Mcguffey i certainly did t give that. Impression at any time Roth Welt said. I told the Board it won tube All right to use the readers As supplementary to their

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