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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 17, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseCap the United states arid Britain have to abandon the three Power nuclear test ban the Issue to the disarmament negotiation sin Geneva next March. Charles c. Stelle european edition army Navy air Force unofficial publication of the . Armed forget in europ North Africa and 1h my Del states andr Michael Wright governments this soviet de j 350th session of Bonf Renoe which after a Christ ence sources said Bra offered the test ban talks i soviet Union s con even to discuss test ban treaty pro anal controls. Flan Beecie spokesman said the american Delegate the latest soviet uncontrolled Mora the proposal vision whatever for machinery to guar treaty would be of was raised Las the talks resumed Page s4, col. 3 volume 10, number 272 5 not Day 10 cum sunday wednesday january 17, 1962 asks ment on Guinea m up Presl appealed to the and Indonesia forment of their new me lest an out Breakall the world both countries to co the peace efforts of neral u states was sex Dous that a peaceful be reached to this i had used its influx that end. Foreign policy de the president told Aice that a Tariff Cut int had been Degoti the United state european common Market 1l on a whole satisfactory of Page the president gave no be United states and the Market ready countries hereto sign a pact Tariff cuts of up to 20on some Industrial to Berlin and charge critics that this country torn Down the com Wall the president put on what he has been say Tor several weeks. I the newsmen that tear tie Wall might have re violent military reaction russians and East girl american soldiers began arriving at nearby Rhine main air base tuesday fro the United states As the biggest Airlift of its kind roared into High gear. One Hundred forty five of the6,000 4th inf div troops to be flown from their Home base at it Lewis,wash., to Germany arrived tues Day in two . Air Force c135 Jet transports. They la join Germany based 3rdinf div troops in exercise Long Stuj test tic Static Jacksonville Flat fire destroyed Marlow v. White s tailoring dry cleaning and laundry business. Then when he walked out of his House to go to Church he found someone had stolen his car. Thrust ii ground action before the training exercise winds up feb. 12. On hand to meet the new arrivals tuesday night were Gen Charles d. Palmer . Euco Deputy commander in chief French Gen Pierre Jacquot commander of Allied forces in Central Europe who is running the exercise and Gen Truman Landon Safe commander in chief. Landon in his nato role head the 4th Allied tactical air Force which is providing at support forthe ground action part of the exer Cise came Here to see this exercise which is extremely important Jacquot noted thai there Are no problems. Everything is running on schedule so there were Many other american and Allied military officials on hand tuesday night As the secondc135 rolled Down the runway after a 9-hour, 50-Mlnute flight Over the in moves Back tanks in berlins a the army is i tanks and armoured carriers from Friedrich Fliear the East West Berlin tar Appelhof air base the is from a Point about i Job Ftak of the Border to the than one mile away. The disposition of the . Forces in the american sector the army said. The mow began monday an had not been completed tuesday night. Soviet tanks have be encamped in the Bona Bedout ruins of the Palace of Wilhelm about 1500 Yards to tha North in East Berlin there was Deport tuesday night of their moving Back. The american Armor has been parked in a vacant lot near the Border since late october when american and soviet tanks faced each other across the Border that was a 16-hour period Lyl which the United states sent armed maps to escort american civilian officials past East Igerna Border guards on Short trips into Easterlin a. North pole from Mcchord air Force base wash., near it. Lewis the first plane landed a few seconds past 11 . After a flight of an identical length according tits Pilot capt George Mizell of Levittown a. Capt Ross Zimmer Man of Harrisburg pa., piloted the second aircraft. First 4th inf div Man to comedown the ramp tuesday morning was it col James Grimsley of Florence s.c., 4th div operations cont. On pages col. 1 dominican officers arrested in plot Santo Domingo up dominican armed forces Secretary Pedro Rafael Rodriguez Echavarria announced the arrest of a num Ber of Navy officers he said were involved in a plot to overthrow the government and restore the tru Jurist regime.1 a communique issued by Rodrig Uez Echavarria said a plot has been discovered in the Javy which involved various officers and Menin that service it said the offi cers were being court Mart jailed5 feared dead in Jet crash ,1british Canberra Jet b Laded during � Rui a said were feared killed. Air at least five persons -4. A a/.1. To some offices to be ended consolidated was Funston is the army tuesday announced plans for a sweeping reorganization of its top staff. The plan Calls for making four fundamental changes in top eche Lon organization but it would bring Little change to the army s operating Levels or Field units. It Call for creating a Materiel develop ment and logistic come Mulc to handle Materiel operations now related Story on Page 8 spread across seven technical services. Setting up a combat develop ments come cd to concentrate responsibility for developing Doc Trine preparing and revising Field manuals and tables of Organiza Tion and equipment prescribing standards for new Materiel an conducting War games. Training functions consolidating virtually All training functions under the Continental army come con arc. Including service schools now operated by the technical and administrative services. Centralizing personnel functions now spread across 20 Agen cies into one office of personnel operations Opo. This office would handle All officer and enlisted personnel matters except for members of the judge advocate general corps the chaplains and the medical service. The plan would eliminate the posts of chief of ordnance and chief chemical officer while Chang ing chiefs of the other technical and administrative services to Spe Cial staff status. The chief of engineers and the surgeon Genera would not be affected. Sent to Congress army Secretary Elvis j. Stahrr. Said the plan already approved by president Kennedy and defens Secretary Robert s. Mcnamara was submitted to Congress tues Day. R ". The White House said the army would be free to act in 30 Days if neither the House nor the Senate armed services committee objects. If unit disapproves it the r plan would then go before congresses a whole. Congress n Page is of l

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