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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes Ftp up car glv8 views on pro Arfency press club has out of fran the text of a fellow properly Fittl at the reply. It now of course it i hello it won t be Long before this Young Man whose Hir do us resembles somebody s mop will be answering up to the formality of Good morning or. President times change. They could thave changed much More for Young sen. John f. Kennedy thanin the change recorded since Jan. 14 of last year when he spoke inthe National press club auditorium. The auditorium is quite place. It equals the Senate and rivals the White Rouse As a sound ing Board for political and other opinion. Members and their guests As semble there once a week at Reg ular and frequent intervals de touring to. Arrive club bar. For luncheons to the total i year the Commerce department personal income of americans in november stayed at the record october rate of $409.5 billion a boy less timepiece poses mighty problem for someone Maine up doa vacant 10 by 12 foot room with 40 fee beneath for weight that drives the pendulum of a homeless you be willing to raise one a week by hand Libs turns so that the huge a timepiece can Grant another week wm3 Rorty too late. Four before you. K Portland terminal co. Had offered the giant four faced ticker free of charge to anyone meeting these specifications. It was House Din the Tower of the terminal co. Building Here until the firm go tired of turning the Crank. While it had t been besieged with replies the company revealed there have been four offers. They were identified Only As two Maine colleges a Massachusetts time piece collector and a Texas coun try club. Officials Are scanning the offers to determine which would provide the most suitable Home. I 14, convicted in strangling of Illinois girl 5 Chicago a German born Harold Alibozak 14, was convicted of murdering a 5-year-old girl and the jury set his punish ment at 14 years in prison. The boy showed no emotion As the jury reported its verdict in Cook county Chicago criminal court. The state had asked for a 25-year sentence for the strangling of Betsy Ben Ham last summer near her Home in suburban wheel ing. Defense attorney David Brad Shaw said Harold was in police custody two Miles from the Mur Der scene at the time Betsy died. The time of death was fixed by medical reports As Between 6 and 8 . July 29. The child s body was found in a shallow grave near her Home the following morning. Mrs. Mathilda Brumm a neigh Bor of the be Hama testified she saw Betsy alive Between and 7 15 . On the night she disappeared. Before closing arguments the prosecution called three witness sin rebuttal of mrs. Brumm s Testi Mony. A signed statement by Harold that he throttled Betsy because she threw apples Back at him after he knocked them Down from a tree was admitted to evidence earlier in the trial. Reported. Wage and salary payments Mak ing up about two thirds of All per Sonal income dipped by half a Bil lion dollars to an annual rate of $274.4 billion As factory payrolls declined for the sixth month in arow. Both total employment and average hours worked in november dropped More than seasonally reflecting the business slow Down which has Given concern to administration officials. Unemployment compensation another Transfer payments Rose by 9400 million during the month substantially offsetting the decline in wage payments. Contract construction payrolls also were Down in november the department said but Small advances were recorded for the re Tail Trade and service industries. Assembled for lunch Jef As those. of Jim to a Frt a tons real Good Law was the pert of the the soviet Union s Mke. It always is a pout Capy savvy audience salted by he town writers who for a living Call balls and strikes on the political pros. Texus it was last Jan.14 when the Young senator was the press club s guest speaker. Not Many in the audience that Day gave Kennedy a Rich if to be nominated for prut ident and less to be elected now however we have dug up the text of his speech because we have remembered that on last Jan. 14 a bold and confident sen. John f. Kennedy told us precisely Whaff kind of a president he intended Tobe. Here Are some selected revealing quotations our next president. Must above All be the chief executive in every sense of the word. Prepared to exercise the fullest Powers of his office All that Art specified and some that Are not alone m top the president is alone at the top. Woodrow Wilson discovered that to be a big Man in the White House inevitably brings cries of dictatorship. So did Lincoln Jack son and the two Roose veits How much better it would be to the tur Bulent 60s, to have a Roosevelt Ora Wilson than to have another James Buchanan cringing in the White House afraid to move. The Constitution envisioned chief executive who is the vital Center of action in oar whole scheme of government r it is the president alone who must make the major decisions of foreign policy. That is what the Constitution wisely can be no doubt about who is going to run the store inthe Kennedy administration. Blast Intini 16 months in coma Eugene. Ore. Up a 16 year old boy who had been in a coma from the effects of a four Inch Bolt that pierced his Skull died in a nursing Home herethe14th victim of an explosive blast in Roseburg Ore. Aug. 7, Lyl. James Fred Siles. Whose Skull was pierced with the Bolt when Pacific powder co truck carrying High explosives blew up in Down town Roseburg bad never a gained consciousness. L the blast occurred when a track loaded with dynamite and a Chemi Cal explosive was ignited by Atrash tire at the Garretsen build ing Supply co., in downtown Rose Burg. Boston school children Send Christmas card to Powers Boston up a Gian Christmas card signed by several Hundred schoolchildren from the greater Boston area 1$ on its Way to imprisoned u3 Pilot Franci Gary Powers in the soviet Union. The card portrays a Bell super imposed on three stars and has a 15-foot-Long scroll attached. It was made under the sponsorship of the Outh and children s Center of the Morgan memorial Here Unju Sefc to let he Powers know he is not for Otten by friends in America. Powers of Pound of has been imprisoned to Russia sine a plane was downed in the soviet Union last May he was sentence to 10 years in August Segall Riley director of tha Center said we just wanted to let or. Powers know that we i thinking of him he in America when most a macs com -. A ?-f-., a. V the cards a sea was May the peace and bless jag of god on you at this Qew Tania to emay the new year Fritt with friends and moved

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