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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 11, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseEuropean edition army Navy y Force lit hiatal awol of tet rur North am to and Tot Nati rat dlr 10 to a tour saturday february 11f 1961 opting to stye son titans Drotow in Germany i1 1 -. " h \ a. I , fan drowned save her 3 swept to River at or american Fried Berg in unrelated Aow Euln army identified the Mother As mrs Helen Oliver 24, of Manor Fuen a wife of sgt Edward e. Oliver of Montgomery ala., member of cob 3rd army Rifle in 50th int. ,. She her older Sidh John 5. And a neighbor s boy Chester Boutelle 10 tried to Rescue 3-year-old Jamesl. Oliver after he fell into the River near an army Cavern to a Flecken to. Oliver and James drowned but John and Chester son of capt Page to col. V. After the shooting was Over a of j to. In Leonid in drier Cootu us by when a Utrup Liuia by Sec Alapoti after land tag from flight a which the plane was find on by a French military plane. At right 1 Kin Mohamed v of Morocco. A Dpi photo cuts is in Usa eur Oor ahas called on every command to do to reduce the Geld and dollars. To of the unite the depend dare calve of our de ii unusual of our Gratl indent concern with the a t tangible expression Jay participating. ,. To reduce Altur i overseas by the a Secretary of seek Means to re expenditures by individual per year. Person to in social and proves clubs and a with the a. To take immediately to reduce the All personnel to through project army s Tecc Nilve i outlining ways and the outflow of reduced in Usa coming to Usa Deputy chief of. And adm Elstra i Confidence that Nettl respond Corn to this general concluded. French Promise to probe firing at soviet plane Paris a the French Friday promised a still investigation of the incident involving a French Jet fighter which fired two tracer bursts across the path of the Turbo prop carrying soviet president Leonid Bre Zahey to Morocco. The incident thursday Over the Mediterranean has stirred up a full blown diplomatic Row. The russians accused the French of International government officials in Paris termed the buzzing a regrettable incident and were obviously taking the matter seriously. Meanwhile lesser French officials in Algiers issued a com Munique blaming the incident on what it called the failure of the russian Pilot to follow proper flight procedure. The russian embassy in Raba hotly replied that the Algiers statement was false the algerian communique said the russian plane was flying with out proper authorization within what the French Coll their zone of responsibility this is an area extending approximately 80 Miles from the Al Gerian coast. The French maintain an air and sea surveillance in this area a part of the algerian rebel lion blockade., the Algiers communique said failure of the russian plane to follow its proper flight plan which would have kept it Well North of this zone made it necessary to Dis Patch the fighters to make according to the French one othe three Vautour vulture fight ers sent up to intercept the plan fired warning bursts in such a Way that the shot could not have endangered the russian plane when its Pilot felled to respond to efforts by the French to make radio Contact the French plane made three con on Page 8$, col. V i 3. A a i t -1? Elisabet Hville to Patrice Lumumba and two of Hist have escaped from confinement the Katanga government announced. Or at Large with Lumb Are ister of culture and Joseph Okito a former president Senate the announcement said. In i Poi Dilje the Este Pes " produced Strong i scepticism and the belief grew that Lumumba was dead. ". One member of the jul. Conciliation commission Alexander qual son Sackey of Ghana told news men bluntly i think this a cover up Story and that he has probably been shot the escape report reached the capital while the provisional government which president Joseph Kas Mvubu named thursday was settling Down to us first official announcement Over Katanga radio said Lumumba f escaped thursday nighty with his fellow prisoners. From the prison farm at my Tsatsa 220 Miles . They were said to have Over powered guards and made off in font on Page �4, col. Is soviets confirm no Man animals aboard sputnik Moscow a a leading so Viet scientist reported Friday that the soviet Union s giant new sput Nik has successfully accomplished its Mission and will soon fall into the Earth s atmosphere and Burn out. L. Sedov a member of the so Viet Academy of sciences in an interview w 1t h pravda said the 7.14-ton satellite carried neither Man nor experimental animals. The interview with Sedov in the soviet communist party newspaper was the first detailed report on the satellite launched last week Sedov said there were two Mai goals in launching the satellite to get an object that big into orbit and once there to keep it in us planned orbit with exacting precision. A v the super precise orbiting of this sputnik a task not less important than sending it up an very difficult was successfully accomplished Sedov sputnik had no special equipment for scientific exploration of outer space and carried to experimental animals inasmuch a this was the first launching of such a vehicle which pursued exclusively experimental weather forecast Montiy Elo tidy mid buy. In Wilna Clomo Uniti undty.-, with rain. Frankly it held lbs he Kwh h. To i Rit Tim it sordid Friday a tril it Trimpi 4l.in. A. T = 4p.�. -4. Eur Len 41 7 my. Rather he said the ii wants to see West Germany contribute to the economic health of the entire free world by reducing its persistent Uty mental sur Pettsi which he Static Chicago up David 0. Scott the font Loental Asso Raee co announced that the company life Minnue policy he been re worded and Tittl it i so much Haslet to rend a can almost Ondera Taidt it 8 children Lenzer Heide Switzer land a eight Swiss school children and their teacher die Friday after an Avalanche roared off the 7,000-foot High scat ottos Mountain onto a party of 19 Young sters and three adults. The bodies of six Boya and girls and the teacher were recovered during a frantic search Friday afternoon. One boy dug up with a broken Back and this ski resort died in front of the doctor s children were still burled under the Masa Friday night As so Swiss Alpine troops ski teacher Sand Lenzer Helde volunteers tolled on bunder blazing artificial lights fed from a nearby ski said there seemed Little Hope of recovering them alive ,. The party belonged to r class of27 boys and girls from a glarus secondary school holidaying in Aski Lodge near Here. Eight of them. Including a woman teacher and a unidentified Man accompanying them managed to fight dear immediately and were unharmed except Tor serious boys and a girl were re covered alive but All had serious. Injuries. One boy had Brokan armsand legs most of tha others suffered fractures and internal in juries. The latest Swiss disaster struck As workmen still searched for More dead among the burned ruins of & resort Hoteldt by Aggus four bad Tai been it fund and ago Law j Kuta it it

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