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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 9, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes i it Fri by f or my it 51 Feii fee i quiz h on Kopd a to United states a fully effective � a Complete state and called or anon the military of Illinois the was determined query made by thei services committee ranking minority it is apparent Nesses in the re my Hilary admin Stra but he also said be at fault and remedial at the earliest pos to defend Reserve Force in a tadlne8s is a vital parts an adjunct to in being Arends said of readiness he said than Large numbers i with prior training holding a s that the reservist be ready to go on Dut Jhb civilian pursuits will. Arends said. I said the Call up to meet crisis showed called to perform the they did while in a several years ago. At in the meantime the Indi have graduated from acquired hew skills. Trl dual reservists with nbii8tlons have been called then single men with Ai obligation have been Avail and sometimes. Were called to duty i the military was not ready to them. Bud blamed fire death Keni Reay to include to fight joblessness Washington a president Kennedy s program or the new session of Congress is expected to include a whole bundle of proposal for dealing with persistent \ Many of the plans that or Kennedy is due to urge in his state of the Union and subsequent messages to Congress represent unfinished business things he has proposed before. But some he is espousing House holed neighbors peer through the Hole in the Home of Harvey Zinneman in Leigh spare a. Vive member of the Zinneman family were trapped on the second floor when a car driven by Kenneth Ocker smashed through the Home. No one was Hart. Up . Military plans get top priority in Congress w. Shin ton up the nation s military strength and president Kennedy s plans for it have been Given top priority in and Vance committee planning for the new congressional session. Chairman Richard b. the Senate armed serv ices committee scheduled hearing on iht1 nation s defense posture be a . Tor winds lashed this sen county Community killing Mhz Mary Mcguire 39, wife of to Todter stationed in Korea. Be was burned to death when by Ratter Home was blown Over fire. Were blown across routes 414, blocking them for a tries to kill with to Francisco up Glenn to 49, tried to electrocute with i television set to said Matthews despond Bise he was out of work two hot wires from of his to set and tied one i Hie left ankle and the other hit right wrist Shock made him scream and residents of Hia boarding rushed to his room Andoff the set Matthews was i to a Hospital and treated for and third degree Burns Onie and wrist. Then he ent psychiatric observation. Or gets . A Robert 13-year-old with i hate tattooed on his Chest to life imprison for the Shotgun slaying of following a $3.200 Rob a Manhasset ., super girl. 13. Flics plane As Tad fixes wheels Dallas Jupi a 13-year-old girl who had never flown a plane in her life flew one while tier father lowered the stuck Landing gear by Hund. Donna Butler 13, took the controls As she and her father circled for More than an hour before they could land. The girl s father Bryan Butler. 36, is the official Pilot of the Bce Shcraft plane which belongs to Texas am was pretty hectic for a time Butler said. He said his daughter was quite a help but she was pretty Butler received instructions by radio from the control Tower. Landing gear Sticks Butler and Donna flew to Dallas to pick up j. Earl rudder presi Dent of Texas am who had made a speech in Dallas. When Butler tried to land at Dallas love Field he discovered his land ing gear was stuck Halfway Down. He radioed the control Tower gave Donna a Quick lesson in flying and turned the controls Over to her. Then he raised a plate in he floor of the plane and through a gear Box was Able to lower the Landing gear fully with his then landed safely. He was a fighter Pilot in world War 1l ginning Jan. 19. The sessions will Lead into detailed consideration of the Pentagon s request for authority to buy missiles planes and ships defense set rotary Robert s. My Namani is been a smiled is Lead off witness for the committee s annual round the world review of . Military might. His Jan. 19 appearance was scheduled on the As sumption that or. Kennedy s new defense budget will have been unveiled by that Dale. Chairman Carl Vinson d-ga., of the House armed services com Mittee was a writing a firm announcement of Pricr sensation plans for the first time. The president has announced for example that he will recommend a Multi billion Dollar Public works program on a standby basis. That is in the event of another recession he wants presidential Power to trigger a Broad Job Mak ing spending program in a hurry. Similarly it s reported the administration is considering a flex Ible income tax proposal so that the White House could also face with another serious recession lower income taxes to encourage purchasing Power then raise the taxes after More prosperous times returned. 1 new of figures due to be an i bounced this week will serve As a backdrop for these and other pro posed Domestic Economy props. Some seasonal Rise in unemployment is the figures Are expected to show National unemployment still to around 4 million and that the seasonally adjusted rate of involuntary joblessness remains at about 6 per cent. Called Handicap the president and his advisers Are convinced that outside the human factors involved it is an economic waste and Handicap for the country to have a substantial portion of its work Force jobless. Accordingly or. Kennedy is pre pared to urge again that Congress extend Industry More generous depreciation allowances to boost the economic growth rate and pro vide More a Broad manpower re training Bill aimed at teaching new skills to adult workers whose present skills have become obsolete or Are in Over Supply authorize a youth employment opportunities program. This is de signed to provide temporary work even make work jobs for Young sters who have Juit school but who can t find employment. The idea is to keep these Young people Lousy and out of trouble until Belte work cont s along. Establish Federal standards for 8 countries ask for peace corps units Washington a eight More underdeveloped countries have asked the peace corps for More than 650 volunteers with heavy emphasis on teachers. Peace corps Headquarters her released the list of new requests and announced that applications now Are being received. By coun tries the requests included Ivory coast70 secondary school teachers with some knowledge of French. Somali 50 intermediate and secondary school teachers with knowledge of italian desired. Tunisia30 mechanics 10 architects 20 building construction fore men 20 physical education instructors with knowledge of French essential. Togo30 medical personnel and20 English teachers with knowl Edge of French desirable. Of or. Kennedy s budget before i unemployment compensation. This making a Date with Mcnanara. Would quire higher Idle pay in addition. Russell has sched ments in most states tiled a hearing Jan. 18 on a to of or. Kennedy s nominations to posts which Eire vital in defens planning. The nominations made during the congressional recess Are John a. Mccone us successor to Allen Dulles is director of the Central intelligence Agency and Fred Korth to succeed John b. Connellyjr. As Secretary of the Navy. re accepts Post los angelas up former United states treasurer Ivy Baker priest Stevens has accepted an appointment to the advisory Board of the Continental Bank. Church schedules midweek re-rim9 new York a Central presbyterian Church is going to hold services wednesday nights identical to those held on sunday will be the same Sermon same hymns full choir and Sorne Liturgy for persons who could t or did t get to the sunday serv Church will Start the repent services next week on a trial basis until easter at least. Bottled up Milkman unbowed by 2 hours with iced Cream Aid to Laos called error Washington cup Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said the United states has Madea terrible mistake in pouring Money and arms into embattled Laos. Mansfield a member of the sen ate foreign relations committee said the nation has Given More than s350 million to Laos since 1954 and we Haven t a thing to show for it except dissension Dis Content and talks of the Montana senator said the Only answer in Laos is not More american Aid not More american dollars but a combination of the different groups in that country so that a Buffer Neutral state can be created and left to its own devices to a targe extent he made the statements in a filmed television interview with sen. Philip a. Hart d-mich., for Michigan stations. Fort Worth Tex up a fort Worth Milkman has been wind slammed the door. The lock sprung and Marlin was trapped thawing out but not because of inside the compartment where it the cold weather gripping the City was Sam Marlin 20, was Acci he kept from freezing by build dentally locked for two hours i Siclo ing n Small fire from paper and the cold storage compartment of cardboard hoses. Finally a passer his Dairy truck. By heard him shouting and opened he said he was making a Deli the door Ery and was inside the Refrigeri Martin was Token to a Hospital noted comp u a int when., a gust of to warm up. Councilmen face Tough sledding Monroe was. Up the Monroe City Council probably thought it was handling a routine bit of business when it banned sledding on a dozen streets that previously had been blocked from traffic for youngsters to use. But it. Reckoned without or. Harriet g. . Anundsen began a Telephone Campaign to get coast Jug areas Hack for the youngsters she said coasting is a Good antidote for too much Lake Michigan pollution Milwaukee wis. A Milwaukee biologist has proposed that county officials Start think ing ii out building swimming pools along Lake Michigan because of pollution of the beaches. Biologist Spencer Havlick said that because of pollution All lakefront beaches might be closed within three years

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