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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 22, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes i armed forces by 6o per cent in pact would bldg that and Sarma l enable the1u National be m a More than half armed forces by 60 dated savings Lead to More government pro Gram and might also nuke pos sible tax reduction and paying of some of the National debt the Bureau s special study pre pared under former president Eisenhower did not specify what kind of disarmament pact it had in mind. But it said such a agreement could Lead to a Cut. In military and related spending from$45.6 billion in 1960 to $22.4 billion 1 4 in 1970, last year of the would be major curtail ments of outlays for weapons re search. Testing nuclear materials payrolls stockpiling and construction of military a present strength of 25 million men and women the armed forces would be trimmed to 1 Mil lion. The remaining forces would be equipped with smaller less expensive and los complicated weapons More on the order of arms needed for police Type Force than for regular military forces the Bureau said. The speculation was contained in a study estimating possible Federal spending Levels in 1970. The document was sent to or. Elsen Hower on Jan. Is iwo Days before his term expired. Oath pot in line without Pys barium or by Frank Cormier Washington the astronaut made a synergic ascent adjusting his Barber chair to avoid can s ambient remained comfortable even after passing the Aero thermodynamic Border and entering the a acoustic zone. The Sun seeker worked Well there was some burping just be fore the Patch Over Point but the vehicle continued Down the Slot later the astronaut activated starting with 196ft, up Ndler of $76.5 billion the Bureau made alow 4 projection for 19tfo of 183.9 billion a medium,.,of.�mqs44llkeiy estimate of $9t.4 Bulion Ca High Mcghee has been pm Selor of the def stale wad chairman Council. Lip a my a sect Row 04 Ite oks Ida envoy n the in red president Ken a of Livingston t. Re foreign service career ambassador to Canada. Gave voice vote a president Kennedy Sof three assistants a Tat Brooks Hayg for relation. Haria International organi is and William j. Administration m former Democrat Civ from Arkansas. _ is Dean of the Maxwell fool of citizenship and Teirs Syracuse n.y., and a nebraskan has been Deputy assistant Screand finance. 2 arts life saving Philadelphia l. F. Sikes d-fla., has urged president Kennedy to strengthen the nation s military Reserve pro , a member of the House military appropriations subcommittee asked the defense depart ment to reject former president Eisenhower s request for a 10 per cent Cut in the army Reserve and National also recommended that the Navy s Reserve strength be in creased to 135,000 men which would require an appropriation of $90 million. The fiscal 1962 budget asked for $84.6 million and 825,105 , a brigadier general in the army Reserve also called for a increase for the air Force Reserve rather than the $2 million reduction As proposed by the budget. Ocean gift Over a table at a King Eize Brush and King size Teeth. United press International photo Grant for Penn state new York up the fund for adult education has awarded Agrant of $350,000 to Pennsylvania state University for Eutaw ashment of a permanent Center Tor Post College adult instruction. Margaret Johnson 12r displays a Glass Ball used by japanese fishermen to hold up their nets which floated All the Way key Colony Beach Flo. Margaret s Luck was the carved head sea god she neck

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