European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Dec 31 1961, Page 5

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - December 31, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseFhe stars and stripes scare hoods Fri Washington feb director j. Edgar Hoover said his Agency and other Law enforce ment groups on the Federal state and local Levels Are successfully penetrating the innermost Sanctum of the criminal this action plus the new Law passed by the last session of con Gress aimed at big time racketeers and gamblers Hoover said is creating an uneasy stir among professional vice he referred to new Laws restrict ing interstate transportation of gambling paraphernalia transmission of betting Odds and Simria in formation across state Ligand interstate travel to further criminal activity. S the Fri chief expressed1 his views in a message the Fri Law Ensor me Bugee Taij. It was addressed to All la a Eif Torce ment officials " a -4- dragging opera sons began for the body of a Man who leaped into the Connecticut River from i Bridge. T1 slate police said Edward Swan go or. 33. Of Portland tried to amp from a moving car on the Ridge and the Driver hailed thee Patcle Swanson then jumped for the car and raced for the Ridge railing. Air Force picks Navy f4h for reconnaissance Washington a the air Force has chosen the Navy s record breaking f4h phantom in Stead of its own f105 for use As a tactical reconnaissance fighter. It announced it was ending de sign studies aimed at adapting the1.500-mile-nn-hour f105 to recon Naiss nne missions. About $2 Mil lion has been spent on the studies conducted by Republic aviation corp., Farmingdale i. Record set a reconnaissance version of the f4h, to be designated the be produced by Mcdonnell aircraft corp St. Loa is. The phantom last month set a new world Jet Speed record of 1,606,342 . Sources said the defense depart ment suggested the action taken by the air Force but that the air Force recognized the p4h was a better gutted plane for the recon Naissance work. The reconnaissance version of the phantom probably will be slower than the fighter Type since it will be loaded with equipment needed in its reconnaissance work. Five children Burn Fia death i n 1 Indiana Richmond lid. Up five children were killed when flames i swept their apartment Here. The Mother of three of the children was ii a Hospital giving birth to another child. The dead were identified As Richard 4, Pamela 2, and Bly. 1. Children of mrs. Marilyn Morris who was in the Hospital giving birth prematurely to a child at the time of the fire and mrs. Morris two nephews James 4. And Jofan Patterson. 2.the Patterson boys were sons of mrs. Thelma Patterson a Sis Ter of mrs. Morris who was stay ing with the children while their Mother was in the Hospital. Cave birth mrs Morris gave birth to a boy and was told n Short time later i that her other children were dead. Mrs. Patterson tried to Rescue the children but was forced Mackby the flames she a differed Burn s on tie hands and was hospitalized with Shock. Mrs. Patterson escaped by climb ing out a second floor window tothe first floor roof of the . The fire occurred in tempera Tures near Zero. Said that rests and1 wort problem arises Earl y i n Ivia Fri a a Albermarle . Up Alex Furr was handcuffed by prankster friends to the Church s Kneel ing Bench immediately after his marriage ceremony. The key broke when the friends tried to open the lock. Policemen called to the Church were unable to open the out Moded lock. Furr finally was freed by a Village con stable who had a key which worked. 61road deaths Down 1% Chicago a the nation s traffic deaths in the first 11 months this year totalled 34,370 compared to 34,700 for the similar period in i960, a decrease of 1 per cent. Salty scientists Adelbert Evans left retired 20-year Man Hsu uis As Leslie Stanber rut Gen University professor of soft of. Goes War Micro Cople slide in the University bib onto in new Bruni Volck no a vow newly appointed to tile on Vefald Nucita of biological ret Torch jul engaged in apology be re a rfcs Jean pm of them in the " United Prew intern to a Man re turning from the Moon faces it bar Rier of up to 90,000 degrees of heat when his rocket ship plunges into the Earth s atmosphere a scientist said. Most of. The hot air Rushing by the ship As u plunges into the Earth s atmosphere ranges Between 18,000 and 27,000 degrees. But even these temperatures Are several times hotter than the sir woman killed As car skids into. Big Rig Herkimer. . Up mrs. George Chris t Man 55, of St Johns vice was killed when her ear skidded across four lanes of route 5 and crashed sideways in to a tractor trailer. The Driver of the. Tractor trailer struck by mrs escaped injury. Christ Man s car face of the Sun said. Peter h. Rose principal research scientist for the Avo Everett research Laboratory at Everett. Mass " " a ship returning from the Moon is moving about 36,000 feet a. Sec Ond. Rose said. This in faster than either returning satellites or bal Listic missiles Whick travel Between. 20,000 and 25,000 feet a second atre entry. A Shock wave forms at Ead of the re entering rocket and this shockwave heats the air up to 90,000 degrees. Air in front of the Roc let glows with a Bright White tight. This heated air radiates heat Back to the rocket and other heated air rushes by the rocket heating the ship by direct Contact. Rose told a meeting of the Ameri can astronaut Caj society part of the annual meeting of the Amer ican Assous Fiorit for the ment of science ,. Soviet . Delegation mending its Glen Cove Glen coven a. A the soviet Juji. Delegation has invited Glen Cove s fifty fathers to lunch at the soviet estate. It is the first social invitation Ever sex fended to City officials of this Long Island jetty Fay the russians since they moved to the 45-room mansion Niue North on a 36-acre estate a 1353. Heretofore the russians would t even the City building inspector. Russians and the City have been Ting Over an annual $28,000 real estate Bill from the Start. The City holds a too tax Den on the property and de hat it will take court action to the estate if Back taxes Aren t paid. But the City official were looking to the Scheon As simply a Friendly get together. The tax dispute comes up said a spokes Man in mayor Patrick j. Ken Neys office it will be the russians who broach the topic. The invitation to lunch came by mail from soviet . Ambassador Valeria Zorin to Kenney City atty. John j. Drury mayor elect Joseph m. Reilly and City Melvin Heiko and their accepted. Also attending will be the american Deputy representative to the United nations ambassador Francis t. Plimpton whom City officials suspect was behind the unprecedented gathering. Plimpton however said the russians approached him with the idea and that the Only assistance he gave was to provide the names of the City officials. The russians paid their tax Bills from 1953 until i960under protest. In 1960, a new York state Law granted local tax exemption to the principle residences of .ambassadors. Glen Cove protested that the Law was unconstitutional that the City might go broke if it lost the 528,0001-Yeflr income from Niue North and that the Law applies Only to Zorin a residence on Park Avenue in new York. Zorn resides at Glen Cove in the summertime and the soviet delegation says it uses the estate for three of its permanent . Ambassadors year round. But the rus Sian i have refused to let offic Thavon the grounds to verify this inspect the building for fire hazards and. Other official functions. Representatives of the soviet delegation wrote the City that under the new Law the estate should be tax exempt and that the City should hand Over a rebate for All Pas taxes amounting to about 5300.000. Glen Cove refused. City officials said that even c h a r it a b 1 e institutions must prove they qualify. Before being granted tax exemption and similarly the russians must show that they wet thurs Flea tons required for exemption. The City contends that the russians Are the guests of the whole nation not lust Glen Cove it was on this basis that rep Steven b Derounian , said recently he had asked president Kennedy to make Federal funds available for payment of the tax Bill. The congressman said that if the president won t Grant it he will introduce a Bill to that effect

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