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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 11, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse, 1962 the stars and stripes a Florida drowned last of Mexico has her. He said Heto the pm bar his survival a eur acis. 56. And ship repair As a capable when he fell t off fort Myers rescued by another Littfe put family and Toi. Too embarrassed to got buyers where All my associates in the would have teased for having fallen 25 years As a i a native of Greece american. He wife and four Chol Augustine. Fla. Weather i Petkis set out Myers in a shrimp boat owner. Bill Kass. They shrimp to be offered Petrakis firm the bait the pair five in rough weather below for Coffee. Be he continued to work and. While leaning Over Jef the ship lost his Taal ship heaved and went bin " Petrakis re the noise of the Waves drowned out my Igried out of my boots swimming toward Shore with me and after a Small pleasure boat a Ald he was hauled vessel which was Punta Gorda about 5 fort Myers. Lit some fresh clothes # bus to new York where fee found work As a Marine repair shop in hospitalized said he sent $700 to Fate wages to his wife the Money orders with e of a Distant Cousin. B Day before Christmas suffered a bleeding ulcer admitted to Long Island Hospital in Brooklyn where recovering told an interviewer that on his feet he intends for his wife and family. Lilian train 2 Hurt Sene. On 4jpd-three and the four leading Canadian Pacific railway s Montreal train were de St Eugene 50 Miles Westal the 114 passengers was two of the train s Crew duly units fell off the came to rest on their the four cars mail and tilts remained upright. T Gibson undergoes Linal surgery i Hills Calif. Up 1 Western Star Hoot Gibson Derwent surgery at the to country Hospital for at abdominal blockage a time Cowboy was trans last week from South memorial Hospital for a underwent similar surgery a at the Las vegas hos november 1360. To evaluate in oops Al. -1. \. New paper planned for los Boyal Rebuff the King of beasts show visitors at Chicago s Lincoln Park zoo what he thinks of them or items to m Hestick out his Tongue. Up . Jobless rate for december remains stable Washington up unemployment in the . Climbed by10looo in december to 4,091.000 but the increase was in line with the seasonal trend labor Secretary Arthur j. Goldberg announced the number of jobs fell by 882, 000 last month to 66,467,000, Pri Marily because of declining farm activity Goldberg said. A key economic indicator the seasonally adjusted rate of unemployment was unchanged at 6.1 per cent of the labor Force. It had dropped sharply from 6.8 to 6.1 per cent in november. Goldberg forecast improvement in the nation s Job picture. Working wife snags Man s bid for welfare Madison. Wis. Up Carl Panwick 37, is on probation for a year because he tried to get connected with a county surplus food program. In applying for the extra grub Panwick according to authorities forgot to fill in the Blank that his wife was working. Los Angeles a a group of investors announced plans for a new daily afternoon paper in los Angeles the Post. They said they expect to begin publication of a monday through Friday Tab Loid 5 cents a copy within 90 Days. Two of los Angeles four metro Politan newspapers the examiner and the Mirror ceased publication last week. Losses were blamed for the close Downs. The Post announcement came at a news conference held by Marvin j. Mcconnel president of the Small business news publishing spurred decision our idea to Start a new metro Politan daily in los Angeles has been under consideration for some time he said. The events of the past few Days have hastened our decision to announce this new concept of a Mcconnell declined to identify financial backers. Asked about re ports that two prominent democrats oilman de Pauley and Finan Cier Bart Lytton Are involved he said although i personally have not talked to or. Pauley or or Lyt ton it s conceivable that some of our larger investors May have talked with Indianapolis mayor to run for senator Indianapolis ind. Up Charlesh bos w Ell mayor of Indianapolis has formally announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for .senator. Other democratic senatorial nomination aspirants who Hope to oppose Republican sen. Homer e. Capehart next year Are Marlon mayor m. Jack Edwards appellate court judge John Gonas South Bend and Birch e. Bayh or. Of Terre haute. Drink up Jackie Rogers 434-year-old cattleman from Shasta county Calif feeds his week bid Ayrshire calf not much bigger than he up photo rancher Stottl feuding with Datl Westmoreland Kan. Up rancher Carl Bellinger who once ordered Interior Secretary Stewar Udall off his land As a trespasser has accused Udall of trying to butter me up so he can take Over the Bellinger a lanky Plain talker said Udall was sadly mistaken when he said they had been Cor responding and Bellinger s opposition to a proposed Prairie National Park in northeastern Kansas was lessening. Udall made his statements in television interview in new York. Sure i be received one letter from him but i Doh t Call that corresponding Bellinger said. I Haven t answered him yet. But i intend to and i la sure Tell him what i think when i Bellinger expressed himself bluntly to the Cabinet member a month ago when he told Udall and his party to get off his land. The incident occurred while Udall was making a helicopter tour of a 57,000-acre tract site for the pro posed Park near Here. Bellinger who owns 700 acres of Prairie land in the proposed site and leases several Hundred acres More said there is growing opposition in Pottawatomie county and the rest of northeastern Kansas to a National Prairie Park. Bellinger and other ranchers in the county object to the proposal on the grounds that harm their cattle business. In Advance of t muzzling probe Washington up defens Secretary Robert. S. Mcnamara has appointed a committee of prominent americans to study the Pentagon s troop education pro Gram and propose improvements. He acted in Advance of a sen ate investigation of alleged muzzling of military men the de sense department s programs for educating troops and the participation of military men in seminars on cold War problems. The new study group will be headed by Karl r. Bendetsen pres ident of the Champion paper former army undersecretary named the advisory committee on non military instruction it will hold its first meeting Here Jan. 20. Sen. John a Stennis d miss., chairman of a special sen ate s subcommittee will open hear in is three Days later on the muzzling charges aired by sen. Strom Thurmond. D-s.c., and others. Thurmond s Benetton Thurmond informed of Mcna Mara s action called it a Standard bureaucratic response to publicized revelations of shortcomings he is a member of the investigating group. Mcnamara told members of the study group in a letter that the training of troops was a. Vital element in our National defense.4 Burke on committee one member is adm Arleigh , sex chief of naval operations who ran into difficulties in getting some of his speeches approved the committee expected to re port to Mcnamara by next july 1, was told to Deal with these questions. What Are the appropriate objectives and goats of Ion military instruction programs for armed forces members what subjects should be taught How can the effectiveness of the programs be measured what changes should be made in present assignments of responsibility for non military instruction by the defense department others serving on the committee include Gen Thomas d. White retired air Force chief of staff Allen w. Dulles former Central intelligence Agency chief Ralph e. Mcgill editor of the Atlanta Constitution or. T. Keith Glen Nan president of Case Institute of technology and former space Agency head Thomas j. Watson or. Board chairman International business machines Gen Alfred , president of the Amer ican red Cross prof Hardy Cross Dillard University of Virginia Law school or. James Phinney Baxter Iii. Council on foreign relations new York Theodore w. Brawn president of Braun & co., los Angeles Morris l Leidman Chi Cago attorney and the Rev. John Courtney Murray Woodstock my College. Loaded gun and guard bring wild West to Manhattan Etc Nib executives How to succeed in the business of being Well dressed in a matter of imitation for these new York executives of tomorrow who Wear copies of grown up wardrobes. At left a red Wilto and Navy jacket it teamed with Navy gabardine Slacks. At right a Vicuna coloured Spectator coat features Flap pockets. Up photo new York a an armore truck containing $45.000 rolled through the streets of Manhattan. Suddenly six shots rang out and bullets ricocheted within the truck s Bullet proof ? no. Just a Wells Fargo Mes Senger described by police As ossified dead drunk firing six aim less bullets. Police said neither the Mes Senger Victor Maher 54, of Brook Lyn nor a guard who was Riding in the vehicle with him was wounded by the bullets which bounced about the truck. The guard and Driver Over powered Maher police reported and a patrolman picked Bun up moments Lafer empty gun in hand and was booked on a charge of felonious assault

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