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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 10, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse10, the stars and Stii ipes or gently but form Lica Tlona comrato Down on a 13-year-old lift with a buddy was from i faed t his Friend David Lester at together from old so your neighbourly station made its grand debug on the air. The Little Low Power station in nearby Falls Church went on the air every after noon after school and supplied the neigh Bors with weather reports news and music. It was fun and the boys had some thoughts of getting advertising maybe for lost dogs. But the acc heard about it and a grim looking acc investigator carrying ele w .iv,.-. Boy Bruce said did we begin shaking like leaves. Of i v i 0 / so now the station is off the air and the acc is willing to let the matter drop. April be life ends fireman cop Lous up William b. A fireman who led a life Wai granted probation month sentence for admitted maintaining i wive and households in i is and suburban Rock Hill i was indentured when wife reported him missing and authorities a photograph they recognised As that of Are police officer Minshall s Riergo added Mercury recovery lava a the Navy it it adding the newly aed nuclear aircraft car and the Donven powered Carrier Wasp to object Mercury recovery Force i manned space orbit attempt month. Tiers will join the car Dolph and destroyer Flo Hie flotilla includes about pers. I drop executive Dies Jyh Peepsie . A Lansing Smith 71, Board of Smith Brothers. Inc., descendant of the family i Jap under the cough drop Manu firm in 1847. Died at Vas to Spital snafu delays Start of nationwide drug Washington a medi phone a nationwide phys clan to physician drug information service got off to a somewhat shaky official Start All the telephones at the nerve Center of the new service suddenly went dead just As the first Call was coming in from Bismarck ?.-from no less a medical big wig than or. Leonard w. Larson president of the american medical association a blown fuse not Only deadened the phones temporarily but also doused the lights and Cut off the Power feeding a push Button Library which is the heart of the unique system. But while reporters watched or. Clifton r. Brooks a washing ton paediatrician and senior medical respondent Telephone answerer for the service went into action and put in a new fuse. I knew right away it was a blown fuse he grinned because we be Felt that our circuit Here was overloaded. Doctors learn to make diagnoses rapidly.". Meanwhile or. Harold a Pressor new York Secretary of the new firm came close to blowing the fuses of his nervous system As he waited to renew the aborted Cal from Larson presently everything was All right and Larson came through loud and Clear with Best wishes for the Success of the project. " / Larson said the service designed to give doctors anywhere to the country rapid up to Date information on what various drugs can and cannot do should be a Valu Able thing especially for Rural area doctors like himself. Under the medi Thorie setup All a doctor has to do is Telephone certain Washington number at any hour of the Day or night and pre defense Dpi. Re exam Ming conflict Rule the defense department said it is. Re examining its regulations on employment of consultants in the Light of a 1959 Justice department ruling. Pentagon officials Only recently became aware of that ruling it said. The Justice department in an opinion Given to the atomic Energy commission nearly three years ago held that a person serving As a scientific adviser to a govern ment Agency cannot at the same time work As an employee or consultant to a private firm doing research for that Agency the defense department has taken a position that such non governmental activities Are. Allow Able but that the adviser must refrain from considering any project in which he has a direct private interest. A clarification of our regulations will be undertaken after Dis cussing the mutter with the department of Justice the Penta gon said. Defense officials emphasized that the dec problem differs from that in the Pentagon since defense scientific advisers do not consider contract proposals. Sent his query about a drug he May already be using or wishes to use. /. One of a staff of doctors at Washington Headquarters will then con suit the push Button Library which holds data on the nearly �000 drug sin use today. Aside from Larson s wish you Well Call there were no Calls in the first few hours of business from any of the 235 doctors who have so far signed up for the serv ice. One official said about 35.000 members win be needed to make financial Success of the venture which Cost about $225.000 to setup with backing by private investors. But he voiced Confidence that eventually the service would be getting 50.000 Calls a Yeai provid ing service on an urgent or Emer gency basis to thousands of Doc tors. In tests run Over the past two years he related the service swered some 200 queries an proved lire saving on at least one occasion. The latter was the Case of an american boy who suffered Abee sting in Mexico City Ori Christ Mas Day and needed a hard to get antidote serum. Me iphone ran some Down in de troit and started it on its Way. Another time. Press said medi phone supplied information which probably saved the eyesight at a youngster when a potent Antiseptic accidentally spilled into her Eye. Taste of trouble does t faze boy Middletown conn., Cupi a. Ride in a police car was All 3 year old Randy Whitehead needed r his Mother called police when a Smalt Lollypop. Became lodged in his Throat and the boy was taken to a doctor s office in a Cruiser. But when they arrived. Rand was in Good shape. He had swallowed the Candy. Squeeze play an apartment House Only 24 feet wide. Is caught in a squeeze play by neighbouring buildings in new York. The Struc Ture will be 17 stories High when completed. Up photo boy 8, Only bruised sin six Story fall new York Lupi John Maestre 8, tumbled out of a sixth Story window of a Hospital put survived with Only minor. Bruises when he landed in a bus the youngster was a patient in the paediatrics Ward of the Hospital. Porcelain enamel makers gleam new York a skyscrapers that glow in the dark for Beauty and freight cars and trucks that glow for safety Are already a gleam in the Eye of the porcelain enamel Industry. It also is pushing the possibilities of using electro luminescence at airports As Borders for taxiing strips or As Low level lighting of runway Borders. You May already have electro luminescence in your Home in the farm of Small glowing night lights plugged into an electrical outlet the glow is created by sending a Small amount of electricity through a porcelain enamel panel. Thereby energizing the phosphors that have been fused into the Glass upon Metal panel. Through another of its qualities porcelain enamel is getting into the Auto business As coating for mufflers and tailpipes. It Resis Tsuie High heat corrosion and rust that is estimated to take an an Nual toll of $500 million spent for replacements of these gadgets. The same heat resistant Quality makes for its use in special part for rockets and in heat seared components in the after burners of number of Jet planes. In architecture porcelain enamel is gaining in usage As colourful panel heating of buildings. If architects add luminescence to make their buildings glow at night As the Industry Hopes a new Fiel will open up. The old uses of the ancient material however Are giving the Industry increasing sales v o i u m a the porcelain enamel Institute estimates a record $500 million Busi Ness was done this and heating equipment accounted for 29 per cent of the sales. Refrigerators and freezers took 14 per cent of All porcelain enamel sales Home laundry equip ment and dishwashers 16 per cent plumbing Ware 9 per cent and water Heaters 7 per cent miscellaneous 35 per cent. Fire damages Library at Grambling College Grambling la. A fir severely damaged the Library at Grambling College destroying a most 50.000 fire started during a severe thunderstorm. College authorities said lightning May have struck the one Story building which was Conr strutted in. 1937. There were no injuries. Restrictions out Madison wis. Cupi the University of Wisconsin Board of regents has announced it Wilt no longer accept gifts containing discriminatory restrictions based on race color or Creed. Salesman gets a taste of his own Medicine Stiv Joseph Otto. Apr Ronald d. Schappell 33, of Kan Sas City kan., posted a Bond of $34 after he was arrested on a City warrant charging delinquent traffic tickets. Schappell told police he is Salesman of truffle supplies. Among the items he Sells Are traffic tickets

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