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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 23, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseEuropean edition army Navy air Force pub lotion of Fth , arts cd forces in Europe North Afriso and the Middle Eail 309 5 cent Dolly 10 Cut sunday thursday february 23, 1961 blasts re plan warlike Lille a Joseph denounced Ted nations new and declared Julese people Are die to defend ourt a news conference it would never proposals approved by to attacked the reorganizing the forces and for of of. Troops the right to to prevent civil War. Ration of War it pet to disarm our that is a declaration of Aid heatedly the Resolution As 1. He said it came at a the congolese people on the Point of milling in difference without Dler mild he was �1-Tep to broaden the of his two week old government. Declared himself ready into negotiations with an no. Lumu but ruler of province when the of diplomatic tit id 13 political opponents regime in the wive been executed in n of vengeance killing Over of Patrice Lumumba president will appear on tej Evinson to i Cam the poetry of front Mye a old Ameri rate who read 111 poems at or. Ken of inauguration. In com Robert Frost poet in the pre new lbs Merle or. Kennedy upon Here u the doubleheader Hatel late fired by the . Tuesday night from Cape canaveral ma., in what in now called Only a Low orbit. The 51-Pound sphere atop the Iso Pound transit navigation Mitel late which a mip potted to have separated in to space still taxi joined it a reported. A i photo twin satellites in orbit but fail to separate Washington up twin satellites launched from Cape canaveral tuesday night failed to work properly although they did orbit officials said wednesday. The satellites named transit astronauts give a cheer Cape canaveral. Fia a two astronauts training to be the first american in space reported enthusiastically wednesday that they Are ready to ride the next Redstone rocket if it carries manned capsule the answer is an overwhelm ing yes a resounding said Alan b. Shepard jr., 37-year-Oldnavy commander from East Derry . F8ee Ory on Page a commented John a cont. On i age 2col. 4 Iii and Lofti were put in orbit from the same rocket a Thor Abel Star. Lofti u 54-Pound sphere Rode piggyback on the 250 Pound transit. But officials said the satellite apparently reached Only a 100 mile High orbit instead of 500, the payload did t detach and it was sending Back weak signals. Progress of the launching was being followed by the Johns hop Kins applied physics lab in near by Skags Ville md., where the satellites were developed. The defense department said cont. On Page 84, col k weather forecast fair la partly Cloudy with morning hut and pitch i of around of. Little chant Friday. Frankfurt High thursday 90. Low 32 a old Tab Ryloh j2, Low 30. Temp Rater i a. Corded a in Day Central european time 4 . 4 . Madrid 19 37 Paru 43 rom j4 41 air a Uther bar Vic 4 �.n. 4 . Bolln 49 37 Frankfurt 2 32 London 4s 31 time from press dispatched Washington striking flight engineers wednesday called for another meeting with government officials before deciding whether to end the most crippling walkout in .aviation history. The engineers polled individual chapters to decide whether to heed labor Secretary Arthurj Goldberg s Appeal to halt the strike while a special commission named by president Kennedy investigates the walkout. Results of the poll were to have been announced wednesday morn ing but 30 minutes before the announcement was to be Mode a spokesman for the Union said it causes of the was impossible to make it onetime. Doing everything a statement issued later by the flight engineers International association Feia said the Union was doing everything possible to work out something that will get the men Hack to but the engineers declined immediately to accept the peace making formula devised by Gold Berg. The six Clivy Wildcat strike has closed Eastern american an trans world airlines. All have ceased operations. Pan american National in Western airlines arc maintaining Token service. Losses in Revenue by the six air lines has topped $5 million a Day and More than 84,000 employees of the struck tier links have been Laid off indefinitely. The labor Secretary said or Ken Nedy s the Rico member commission will investigate and make recommendations on a prior Federal order blanketing the flight engineers Union under a pilots Union. The commission s chairman is Feln Singer of the univer sity of Wisconsin and its other members Are prof. Richard Lester of Princeton and prof. J. Keith Mann of Stanford University. De Gaulle to meet Bourguiba on Algeria monday Paris ask French president Charles de Gaulle and tunisian president Hul Jib Bourguiba will meet next monday to explore the chances of Pence in Algeria it was officially announced wednesday night. The meeting had been arranged in a series of meetings Here with French officials by Bourguiba s information minister Mohammed meeting Between de Gaulle and Bourguiba whose country has Long sheltered the ters of the algerian nationalist rebels is seen As a possible prelude to new direct negotiations Between France and the rebels. Oklahoma honors a tub thumped from Bonn by Jack Kokh Mck Bonn a Oklahoma s one chamber of Commerce who Wear the uniform of a lieutenant colonel in the West German army wednesday became the state s honorary lieutenant governor. Hans a a Slioch. N general s aide in. The Bonn defens ministry received his commission for bragging More about the sooner state than perhaps any native oklahoman stationed in West Ger Many. The presentation was made by Gen Richard St Linbach of Norristown pa., who commands the military advisory and assist Ance group to the West German army in Bonn. It All started in 1957 when Zschoche 45, was sent to the . Army s artillery school at it. Sill okla for training. He fell in love with the state and has t stopped talking about it since. I like the people in the state Assembly of Nevada � it Tate which has Legal gambling has approved a Bill which would outlaw betting on the length of its legislative meetings. Demo crat Artie Valentine said he did t vote because he had � Dollar riding1 on the outcome of the Bill

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