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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 11, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars court f r a v of j a Haiut to quash ligation lawsuit t the Louisiana i state legislature has asked to throw out the lawsuit Over continued Down Public the nov. 30 decision of a special three judge Orleans which struck Down a package of state desegregation. The panel forbade the legis of a plane Washington up the Ken Nedy administration promised con Gress a Complete review of former president Eisenhower s drastic slash in the nuclear powered air plane was Learned that Deputy de sense Secretary Roswell l. Gilpat Ric wrote rep. Merlyln Price d-i1l, that the nuclear plane is included in a group of certain projects an weapons systems which Are now under review.". There s to much music around these Days says British composer sir William Walton. He referred to recorded music piped into elevators restaurants hotel lobbies supermarkets Termi nals air planes and offices. A grumbled sir Wil Liam Here for the Carnegie Hail premiere of his second symphony Kennedy nominations of 1,241 postmasters Washington a president Kennedy has cancelled the nominations of 1.341 postmasters which former president Eisenhower sent to Congress in the closing Days of his administration. V thirty of then were sent to the Senate or approval Jan. 20, the Date or. Eisenhower left the White House and Kennedy moved in. Another 51 were submitted Jan. 17 and 1.160 went to the Senate Jan. 10. The White House said postmas Ter general j. Edward Day would have a news conference to discuss the Kennedy formally sent to the Senate the previously announced nominations of Clarence d. Martin or. To be under Secretary of com Merce for transportation and car Lisle p. Rung to be assistant Secretary of defense. T said funds for the atom to plane should he Cut by More than 50-per cent during the fiscal year begin Nung july 1., Gupta rec Assurance com after Price chairman of the seat House Tomle Energy subcommittee on research and to defense Secretary Robert s. Mcnamara that or. A endow erg action May the program if not reconsidered Price said he hoped tft4 Kenned administration will maket b Deci Sion for Early nuclear flight. He predicted this could be accomplished within four years. The critics of this program Price said have completely Fig nored the real contributions Sucha plane could Moke to the Security and prestige of the a jetted state changes in objectives. He said the nation which first achieved nuclear flight would not Only have a formidable weapon but would also win a significant propaganda Battle. 1 Cin his letter to Mcna morn Price said . Development of nuclear aircraft had been plagued wit Many changes in objectives the Lack of a firm set of requirements the Lack of Clear Cut lines of responsibility and tips arid Downs i program guidance and financial support Adlai Story it True says mag Washington the news Magazine . News and world report said its source stand behind a report hat Adial e. Stevenson called Secretary of state Dean Rusk a technician and Stevenson earlier labelled As wrong an article in the Magazine depleting him As critical of Rusk and Happy with his a. Ambassadorial assignment the Magazine said it rechecked its original informant in Europe and received this reply a the person quoted had enjoyed a Long talk with Adial told friends that he was surprised to find or. Stevenson cheerful and apparently satisfied with his position after being pass Dover. For the Post of Secretary of state. In the course of the talk. Or. Stevenson was quoted by the source As referring to Secre tary Rusk As a tech liar. And bureaucrat v former rep. Preston " of Georgia Dies Savannah a up former congressman Prince h. Preston of Georgia died Here after an illness of about three months. Preston represented Georgia s 1stcongressional District from 194t to 1960. He was Defeated in hut september s democratic primary by rep. Elliott Hagan. Longtine split echoed in reaction to realm flare Washington a congressional reaction to president Kennedy s health message emphasized the longtime spilt on the question of providing health care for the aged under social Security. Those who have been for this idea applauded the message but those against u remained in two Republican congressional leaders. Sen Everett m. Dirksen of Illinois and rep. Charles a. Halleck of Indiana said they opposed the social Security approx act tast year and had seen no reason to change their said the program of medical care for the aged enacted Tost year should be Givena fair trial before any Neil legislation is passed. Sen. Hubert h. Humphrey a Mann. Called the message a Long overdue statement of the government s responsibility in the Field of health care a "1 the left Congress will act within a reason Able period of time to carry out the suggestions he said. House speaker Sam Ray Burn d-tex., said the Kennedy program is a mighty Fine thing but made no prediction As to How it would fare in the House. He commented that it ramifications involve several legislative committees and that each would have to report a Bill before the House could act Rayburn anticipated charges that the pro Gram constitutes socialized every time you use the word social som people hit the the speaker told news men. I Don t know whether the doctors Are coming to town on this or not but this one Case in which the words socialized medi Cine Don t pertain in any \degjteft,whatever.? sen. George. D. Atken. A it of Ltd he could go along with Kennedy re of to emendation or strengthening medical facilities and pro Viding help for the education olt motors and n u a song. 3 �4 but he said the social Security approach for the aged is highly in adequate afro half the old people of my state do not have s o c 1 a 1 Security cards Walkem told reporters

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