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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 11, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes re a of a rear View of la fat Havilland ebon Lite three Jet engine the tall. The Trident which nude its Maiden flight in England cruise at 606 mile an hour with up to 101 passengers. It has a Range of 1,000 Miles. Up photo to be with help of . Aid Washington a South Viet Nam is acting to increase its regular army from 170,000 to 200, 000 with the help of . Military aid.. Officials also said that the guerrilla War appears to be grow ing in intensity there killing an wounding 400 non communists a week. State department officials Dis closing the army build up said the additional costs would " be born through a new financial Reform program in the Southeastern asian nation. Last month. President Kenned promised increased . Military supplies and equipment to help South Viet Nam president Ngo Dinh dem Ward off communist efforts to seize the country. . Officials estimate that communist North Viet Nam has 300,000to 350.000 men under arms. In the past year guerrilla activity by the communist Viet Cong rebels More than doubled Are ing to assistant Secretary of state assails radicals Calif up Rich took potshots at crackpots on extremes left and right fac Ald their influence is Ihan their number be a so Active. At a chamber of banquet honouring him birthday Nixon Indi charged lodged gov. Edmund g. Brow called to join the fight Ultra right i did t mention any group by name in his speech largely with informal his Hometown and background. But he made which appeared to Dis completely from Exon any a Evjy. Tajpur major parties need re leadership that will avoid of the far left and far mid Nixon. Of the right and Radi the left Are a Small Monori nation he said. Bui Zience is far greater than by because they Are Soso noisy. L mar to the Crooks and i of he people who up the great majority in Community to participate Ely in political thing my Mother want to said Nixon was politics because of he a Man in Public life must but i have no regrets for 9x1 i made 16 years sit on the Side ing their hands about 4lrty business politics is of getting into it them Deanne it King seeks Boom for sick Economy Tangier again made free port Casablanca a the once thriving port City of Tangier which served As a Haven for smugglers and International speculators Hopes 1o find some of its old glittering 1962, a Royal Dahir decree formally reinstated storied Tangier As a free port starting this month. A free Industrial zone will be gradually Hassan ii of Morocco took the measure in the face of Tan Gier s deteriorating economic Situa Tion. Ever since the free status was abolished in april 1960 at the instigation of Abderrahim to Ubald then minister of Economy and a confirmed marxist the City was slowly gripped by economic Stagna result of Boua bid s measure was More crushing than had been new labor dispute stops work on Norad project Colorado Springs Colo. Construction work on the North american Ajr defense come s underground Headquarters a me to a stands ill for the second oilman Teagle Dies at 83 led Industry growth Byram Conn. A Walter Clark Teagle. 83. Who headed the Standard Oil co. Of new Jersey for a Quarter of a Century and was a Leader in expansion of the Ameri can olt Industry into worldwide Enterprise died Here. Teagle retired in 1942.since his retirement. Teagle had concerned himself mainly with the work of the Teagle foundation which he endowed in part to pro vide College scholarships for Chil Dren of company employees. Teagle was a native of Cleveland. He leaves his widow Rowena Lee Teagle and three grandchildren. Time in less than three weeks be cause of a labor dispute. Activity was halted w Hen 21 teamster Union members Eft their jobs. Cecil b. Welton project manager said All 400 workers were then called off the project at Cheyenne Mountain. Without trucks Rock and debris could not be cleared from tie tunnels being drilled into the Mountain Welton. An official of the Utah mining & construction co., said he refused to let a truck Driver who had been absent return to work without a doctor s certificate. Other Drivers then left tie Job. There s been too much Absentee Wellon said air Force officials have hoped the tunnelling phase of the $66 Mil lion under Mountain project could be finished by june. Eventually the entire Norad operation nerve system for Aerial defense of this country and Canada will be shifted to the vast Cave inside the Mountain Southwest of Colorado Springs. Students can get cheaper car insurance Geles an insure by has announced a Ling 20 per cent re in Auto insurance pref students with a or beg or the equivalent. Mutual of Blooming Aid the discount can savings of $10 to $100. Plan will take effect California and Wilt be for approval to insurance departments of other states As rapidly As possible. To quote the company announce ment do High grades mean fewer accidents not in themselves said Arnold e. Schneider educational consult ant to state farm Mutual. Choos ing students with a and b aver Ages is merely a Way of selecting the group most Likely to spend their evenings studying and con sequently off the Highway. It s a simple matter of less exposure to Accident eligible will be l6-to-25-year-old unmarried males the group that has the highest Accident rate and pays the highest Auto insurance rates Oung women Drivers Aren t Eli Gible the company said because they already have lower rates i effect. Expected. Within six months 900 financial and commercial firms were dissolved and 20 out of 50 Banks closed their doors. The once famous night clubs be came empty and thousands of for eign tourists crossed Tangier off their itinerary. Moroccan authorities announced that the new Tangier 7one will be As Liberal As it will be free from All duty and customs control and will not be governed by Morocco s fiscal regulations. However the government warned that special police units will make sure that International regulations Are observed in the traffic of drug Sand explosives. To add More attraction to Tangier the King announced he will make the City his summer capital. The court and most important branches of Ali ministries will move to Tangier from Rabat for two months every year the announcement was expected to Start a construction Boom in Tangier. Authorities hoped to at track six ahle numbers of foreign tourists to the City whose palatial hotels and sprawling beaches have become More and More empty. Although no Concrete measures have been Laken so far to implement the tree zone decree Tangier businessmen were optimistic. $3,099 salvaged in burned Home East St. Louis. Ii., up All was not lost when a Home owned by Roosevelt Nicholson was destroyed by fire. Asst. Fire chief Edgar Dombach handed Nicholson 30 undamaged $100 Bills found in the debris. Nicholson said he had withdrawn the Money from a Bank recently to make n Down payment on a farm. Iowa governor wants More variety at fair Des Moines. Iowa gov. Norman Erbe has some ideas about the Type of exhibits needed at the Iowa state fair. In o letter to the fair Board. Erbe suggested the next exhibition include a steam engine a Buffalo a spelling Bee and a baby contest. A Averell Harriman. The number of Viet Cong operating n South Viet Nam is Esti mated at 18.000 or More. . Officials said there has been an increase in violent incidents in recent months. In addition to the regular army there Are in South Viet Nam approximately 100,000 civil guard and Village defense units who Are still largely ill equipped and poorly trained there have been reports that the civil guard has walked at Etc posing its men to combat because the guard units Are paid less than the army and Lack adequate compensation for the dependents of casualties. . Ambassador Frederick Al Nolting jr., is conducting an Over All review of american policy to South Viet Nani with officials of the state and defense depart ments., he will also Confer with congressional leaders and or Ken Nedy before returning to Saigon next week. A state department spokesman said that the United states is hot sending combat troops to South Viet Nam except for training Pur Posea if you want to regard then As combat troops in that there have been some report of clashes Between . Personnel and communist guerrillas with casualties on both sides. Both the state and defense departments have declined comment on reports that americans hav been involved in the fighting unofficially however some officials said because of the fluid nature of the fighting americans might have accidentally strayed into com Bat areas. The members of the . Train ing Mission officials said Nave been Given orders to. Shoot Only i fired upon when they accompany vietnamese forces into areas where there is fighting. Pile of pennies primes pump Newark . A John Peschl had problems3,830 of them. Wesci an unemployed truck Driver went to City Hali to pay an overdue water Bill plunked a Blue Duffel bag on the counter an began counting out 3.330 pennies whoa there said a flabbergasted cashier. I can t take All he cited a state Law which said he need accept Only 25 pennies in Loose change. The water to Pesci s Home had been turned off the Bill was 15 months overdue. This is no he pleaded. I had to raid my kids Piggy dilemma was solved when the parking meter department brought in a machine that automatically counts and wraps change. As the lost Penny tinkled into the till the City agreed to turn the water Back on. Training mishap kills Chat fee pvt it. Chaffee Ark. Death of a Kentucky Soldier in a training Accident has been revealed by Post officials the victim was pvt Russell e. Brewer son of or. And mrs. Roy Brewer of route 4, London. By. Maj Chester. P. in formation officer. Said. Brewer was a Section Leader with co of s9tth regt 100th inf div. He was kilted by a 30-Cal round during a night exercise

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