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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 19, 1961, Darmstadt, Hesse?9 a wave a trouble wanted. Stariet to All the eight year they have been gather ing to question him. " in his physical appearance he looked trim Ruddy healthy. In manner he was Resolute con Cise authoritative Only once or twice did he pause to reach fora word. In mood he ranged from sly dry wit to tie deepest serious Ness. I Mobile face reflected abroad spectrum of feelings. Never through the Long Yean did he ice Knott like the a he said at to Etui Amft that head no Earth shaking news. He had come to. The 4 High vaulted con Ference room to say Goodby. The mood of the conference naturally was strongly tinged with reminiscence. The correspondents led him Back to his first news con Ference. They asked him in effect european edition army Navy air Force pure Tim of fit . 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Dot. 5 Farewell press conference by visits for talks As a Cood will Elear unwed a plan after the hotel Carlyle a Luis Munoz Marln and i have agreed to expand the puerto Rico s a meet ing place and we in the unite neighbors in latin More about our and the Possi great achievements attain by working Edy said with the puerto was one of a series that kept Kenned Yone Day visit to Confer at the thursday morning Eisenhower. It by conference since state first was on toe Bower we to newsmen it ust news huddle Impi demo caucus oks plan to enlarge rules unit Washington up House democrats wednesday overwhelmingly approved speaker Sam Rayburn s plan to liberalize the conservative controlled House Rule committee by enlarging its membership. Rayburn told his colleagues at closed caucus the action was Neces sary to Clear the Way for House consideration of president elect John of Kennedy s Liberal Legisla Tive program. There was no Roll Call or actual count. A chorus of noes was heard Banks on top vote caucus chairman Francis e. Walter of Pennsylvania told news men however he judged from the size of the Aye vote that the plan undoubtedly would be approved when it comes to a vote in the House next has been figuring to lose 50 to 70 votes from the South Ern democratic bloc. He believes he can offset this by picking up some Republican votes. Under wednesday s Resolution the rules committee which controls the flow of legislation fro Mother committees to the House floor would be increased in membership from 12 to 15. Its party ratio now 8 democrats to 4 republicans would be weather forecast far a cold win Morlent Han and i Iraq fld pm. Friday will be Claurey with i lit and now. Ttfflmr�1r for it is for film try the a r in i it Low 12 it Lett ten his 37. Tor a Vlf Winf to Naan tur tree Tutti a do Day get 4 . 4madrid Pri a it Bert a Funk tort ii 31 23m 4s 4 . T . 38 48 is 41 38 to 8rl�t changed to 10 democrats and 5republicans. The problem has been that in past votes on some issues two of the committee s democrats chair Man Howard w. Smith a a Andrea William m. Colmer a mass. Have tended to vote with the four republicans to create a 6 to 6 tie vote that blocked further action. The expansion proposal was i lieu of an alternative once considered by party leaders to purge Colmer from his commit tee Post because of his defection from the National democratic ticket in november. Stateside Static Lancaster. A. A France Herman a 2-year-old German Shepherd has been Given a Sec Tion 8" discharge from the police department. He was so nervous on duty he licked his paws Nettl i feet got sore said William b. Hershner the police chief. And so what he thought of then How that it was All Over and whether he thought reporters had been fair to him. The sly almost elfin. Expression came into his eyes when he said i Don t see what the reporters could do to a preside the looked a Little like an enter Tainer delivering lines that were sure to get laughs. They when he talked about the cold War what he called the intransigence of the russians and cite problems of government to fun faded from i expire Alon a became grave emphatic. I the news conference was the193rd held by or Eisenhower tar Washington. Gettys Turgi a att Gusta Gai and elsewhere the 305 news reporters who at tended wednesday s conference compares with a record of 311. Ike tells of Pride Washington up president Eisenhower in Hia final press conference wednesday said he was leave big office disappointed in his failure to give the world a solid Assurance of peace Feut he said he took Pride in this major accomplish nent of his administration that the unite states and its allies had prevented Many potential wars by standing firm in the face of threatened aggression or. Eisenhower said the eight years spanned a period in which the russians achieved the Hydrogen bomb Builtin arum Nal of nuclear weapons and supported the warlike threats of the communist chinese a period in which the United states was fighting a War in Korea and there was grave danger it would spread the a reported this government showed the understanding firmness and willingness to take risks in support of policies which prevented the great War from coming the president said. Had there averted been weakness i that time or. Eisenhower continued he is convinced there Wouldhave been a War that would have been disastrous to Alt the Earth the 70-year-old president was Infine humor As he reviewed for a crowded news conference his work and Hopes for the United states. He said he was leaving this base problem to his successor 43-year old John of Kennedy How to stand firm and yet be conciliatory in the face of communist intransigence and keep alive the chances peace. Or. Eisenhower made these other major Points the Constitution should be amended to change the times of elections and inaugurations of presidents so As to end the present illogical system under which an outgoing president must prepare the budget and state of the Union policy report to Congress Only Mohave it changed by the incoming president a few weeks later. He said there ought to be a period of at least 80 Days Between a presi Dent s inauguration and the time he must present hts budget and other policies to Congress. An International conference on the Laos civil War would be use less unless All nations concerned approved holding the meeting. He plans to travel to Japan later this year and to do what he can As a consultant and adviser to cont. On Page col. 1 divers enter sunken Tower 1st probe yields Only Dieb tis new York up divers made their first entry into the wreckage of the submerged radar lower off the new Jersey Cost wednesday in an Effort to recover the bodies of 26 men believed trapped in the air Force installation see sketch on Page 11j in the first penetration of the Tower s living quarters the divers found Only debris. The search will continue until All parts of the trl Bubble superstructure Nave been explored. Twenty eight men Ore presume to have died in the storm disaster which occurred sunday one by Darwas recovered from the Atlantic and another was righted but be retrieved. A " Ike 1/.s. Be Anothy will gain soon Washington a president Eisenhower predicted wednesday that the faltering . Economy would Advance soon into a period of sound the president s annual economic report his last major message to Congress called for 14 pieces of legislation. None could be called an anti recession measure. Instead or. Eisenhower urged these poli cies for sustained Prosperity keep his new $61 billion budgeting balance. Keep inflation under tone and Content the message was in Sharp conflict with the most nearly comparable democratic document the Jan. 5 report of president elect John f. Kennedy s economic task Force. The group called for prompt emergency Federal action extending unemployment compensation for workers who have exhausted Job less pay along with other programs boosting Federal outlays by s3 to$5 billion in the fiscal year Start ing july 1. Or. Eisenhower conceded con cant on Page &4 col. If Lumumba sent to Katanga Elizabethville a the Katanga government has officially confirmed that deposed Congo pre Mier Patrice Lumumba la now imprisoned was brought Here said an official communique at the request of president Joseph Kas Mvubu Rotthe Congo. The official communique read at the request of president Kas Mvubu and with the agreement of the Katanga government the traitor Lumumba has been Tran feared to the Katanga As the thy Ville prison did not offer sufficient guarantees. The Topf Lubner Lumumba arrived tuesday at 4 Tso at Ellsi Ibeth Volle Airport. He was accompanied by sex general m Polo the sex Monlak Ter of you Tiv and of Tor vice presi Dent of the Senate the three pref owners were taken to a place outside the capita of report added that Lumumba was suffering from severe Bruise a a result of a beating Given a hint by Katanga gendarmerie wheat a arrived in Elisabeth Vula

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