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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 13, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseFhe stars and stripes Al i of. Philadelphia Richard son Pilworth whose resignation a mayor of Philadelphia became effective monday announced Jie is a candidate for the democratic nomination for governor of Penn Sylvania. Off Woith told a news conference i am in this race to stay and t shall give it the his in to Atay declaration a interpreted As a determination to face primary Battle should be fall to get his party s endorsement Hep. William j. Green jr., Power Ful chairman of the Philadelphia democratic City committee opposes Dilworth 6 candidacy. He has pinned a can t win tag on the sex mayor. In obvious reference to Green s opposition Dilworth said he did not claim to be a politicians s pol but i do believe be added. That i have the experience an the ability to meet these great challenges which confront Pennsyl Vania in the second half of the 20th Century Dilworth plans to go to Harris Burg wednesday for a meeting with gov. David l. Lawrence state democratic chairman Otis b. Morse Green and other party Lead in. 11 hours nonstop to Fyk Lewis Start flights Frankfurt is the first plan loads of the 1,500 4th inf div troops returning to the United states left Rhine main air base monday bringing exec is Long thrust ii to a close. 4.the first 71 men of the 22nd inf s 1st Battle up left monday morning for the 11-hour nonstop trip Home Lewis wash., aboard Mil itary air transport service Jet senators ask Powers data continued from Page to completing these hearings by receiving S.C. information As May now be available from or. it was known that most of the committee s senior members did not desire to reopen the entire u2 Case unless the Public interest dictates S.C. action. But they did feel that if Powers is to appear before any congressional group it should be the same committee which explored the u2 incident Sparkman s action came As three members of the Senate armed services committee said they believed their group should question Powers after Security agents Hod completed interrogating him. Sen. Howard w. Cannon a Nev said he would like to ask Powers about the indoctrination he received on How to act if captured. Cannon said he was disappointed in Powers conduct after the u2 was Downer May 1, 1960. Sens. Harry f. Byrd d-va., and Strom Thurmond d-s.c., also said they thought the committee should question Powers. Byrd said he did not think Powers gave the rus sians any information he was not supposed but he wanted to know How the plane was downed. More flights were scheduled monday with the rest of the 30 scheduled flights expected to be s off by thursday night the Battle group 3 Advance party left feb. 6. Other 4th div Battle groups were flown Over for the will stay in Germany for about six months the army Are the 2nd of the 47th inf which went to Augsburg and the 2nd of the 39th inf which went to Wil Flecken. All three Battle groups wound up. A mock War feb. 4 with Germany based 3rd inf div soldiers in area of Southeastern Germany. I the 22nd inf is turning in its equipment at the Mannheim staging area. All three Battle groups picked up their heavy tac tical gear there in route to the mock War. Son flights were delayed by Strong winds at the base As pilots waited for the wind to die Down before taking off. All told five flights were scheduled monday. Homeward bound in a plan aide ceremony before depot tar for the ., col John p. Brown co of the 22nd inf Battle up receive Book about Germany illustrated in color from German air Force diet Helm s. Schoenfeld As Brig gun Robert d. Futman commander of the 1602nd air transport whig at chateau Roux France and senior slats commander in Europe look on. The ceremony at Rhine main air base marked the beginning of the re turn of troops from exercise Long the Tut to the is Robert Kennedy arrival in Jakarta is peaceful Jakarta a . Robert Kennedy flew into Jakarta monday for a first hand look at neutralise Indonesia and its quarrel with the Netherlands Over West new Guinea. Soldiers earlier had scratched off Kennedy go Home slogans painted on the Walls of Public buildings lining the route to the state Palace where Kennedy will stay during his six Day visit. The american stars and stripes was hoisted above the Palace along Side the indonesian Flag. I few people on hand Kennedy had a quiet arrival in Jakarta. Few people had gathered at the Airport and no banners were visible. Kennedy carries a personal Mes Sage from the president to Sukar no which is reported to Deal wit Indonesia s dispute with the Netherlands Over West new Guinea. Kennedy said he visited indo Nesia before As a private citizen in 1951. I return today As an official of my government. The general circumstances of my two visits Are of course different however i Holiday Observance feb. 22, George Washington s birthday wll be observed As a id Liday throughout Usa eur and Lisa fac spokesmen for both com mands announced. Come now As then eager to see your accomplishments to renew old friendships and to Moke new Kennedy said it was symbolic that he was arriving on feb. 12, the anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. Kennedy said Lincoln symbolized what the United states stood for and what the american people Are working con stantly to achieve. Kennedy said i Hope to learn Muc to during my stay in Indonesia of what this vigorous Young nation has to say and to strike expected to Black out Paris newspapers today Paris a one of the major printers unions called a 24-hour strike late monday and it appeared Likely most of Paris 13 newspapers would not appear tuesday. The printers had been scheduled to cease work tuesday morning As part of a Union protest against the secret army organization and police methods in queuing last thursday s riots. But late monday new strike orders went out both the Paris edition of the new York Herald Tribune and the new York times reported the strike was preventing them from putting out tuesday editions. Death toll put at 5 As gales lash Europe continued from Page u damaged crossing Barrier for a Streetcar Accident in which one person died and 32 others were injured. The Streetcar and a Loco motive collided on a crossing. Winds overturned a heavy truck and trailer on the Hamburg Bremerhaven autobahn. British Auto Mobile association officials reported 19 trucks overturned on. A 30 male stretch of the main London to Scotland Highway. Four other trucks were overturned by the gales in Northeast England. Southwesterly Gates also rage along the rugged Southwest coast of Norway while Snow and rain poured Down Over the Southern parts of the country. Gale warn Ings were issued to shipping in the Skagerak Channel betwee Southern Norway and Denmark Gale Force winds and rain whipped most of Denmark where a Tornado a rare phenomenon in Europe injured two people and caused extensive damage in the North Jutland town of Hoste Bro. S#?4l, co j5 5 sunday charged d embassy the proposal seven line Stater news Agency Taa the Krusbe Dently prompt British pro the United stated that must not be diplomatic Sowers highly is Miltan and or cent the Summit the info Mantchev s plan had flaws an 18-Najtipn. Sivelo into a sort Tower of is alone would Conata forum would be ing but prop Gard resent an imperfect for serious begot let although Moscow s posed meeting would specific question S.C. a session could S.C. Tricky political disengagement Europe and the controversial for an atom free zone Europe. The Geneva do Samame ence will include five nations the United Slat France Canada and soviet bloc countries Czechoslovakia polandu71and Bulgaria and eighty tons Brazil Mexico Arab Republic ind Sweden Nigeria and police Paris Man continued from sealed off and empty about 500 armed riot poll Reserve there. As each group reached lines of police with up across the Boulez a bolted. No delegations a through and there was o break through cordons of armed men stators carried no shouted no slogans. Police do not expect the funeral tuesday party authorities have Lolice permission to Rand scale but no distil were foreseen. But the half Day Gener ordered for tuesday Bymun St dominated Gener federation of labor other unions was expected the country up worse to Day s half hour Token is hundreds flee Homes As floods invade Idaho. Wyoming. I i j. O7 continued from Page to and Taylor. Schools in the area were closed. At Pocatello Idaho the Portneuf River overflowed on the Southern Edge of the City of 27.000. Some 200 persons were evacuated in the Pocatello a a. Workers battled to plug a break in the fort Hall irrigation canal at three Central Wyoming communities Hudson. Worland Banff Lander scores of families fled w

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