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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 19, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseEuropean edition army navy1 air Force unofficial publication of a . for to in far Oft North frito no the Modle to. Collector to on Panf it treated the neighbourhood to Candy Witk collection of be unfit 5 Cunti doily 10 sunday Friday january 19, 1962 ays i ton ap�. Of St to l in Rusk the soviet. Union in United states is rigid position on its Berlin situation lipid a news conference in forthcoming disarmament Negola Issue of inspection so will Ever be a Dup disarmament arrange Start March ii Are due to open to problem of Nego on nuclear weapons he raised Early in the Rusk said. Points at his first j Jne eting with reporters in Rusk said sure Tuu an inter foreign to ilsters Oon Uruguay next week will. Premier Fidel Castro s an unacceptable Viola Tion of the West of Page 2, col. V incompatibility ends population explosion Tursa of. A Evelyn Jones 37, won a divorce from Ernest Jones on grounds of in . District court judge Raymond w. Graham granted mrs. Jones custody of the couple s children. The Jonett married when mrs. Jones was 13. Ages of the Chil Dren Are 13. 11, 10, 8, 7, 5, 4, 3, 2 and 1. Arrive ing thrust Rrt t is 41 w air with in Burlo defense Bill boosted 16 .7 billion floodlights Check soviet cars . Berlin checkpoint berlins a a Battery of floodlights has been installed at Lieck Point Charlie for Examina Tion of soviet cars crossing the Border Between the american and soviet sectors at night. . Army maps have instructions o bar col Andrei i. Solovyev so Viet commandant in Berlin and his chief political adviser from the american sector. An army spokesman said the lights installed on the Side of the checkpoint Booth in the Middle of Friedric Strasse Are used to look for Solovyev and it col Gregori m. Alekseev. The ban on the two russians was ordered dec. 27 by maj Gen Albert Watson ii . Commander in Ber Lin after communist guards halted Watson several aides and his chief political adviser Howard Trivers. The guards demanded the identity of those in civilian clothing. Guard overpowered army Rifle stolen berlins a a us. Army Rifle was stolen after a German guard was slugged and knocked out with Ether shortly after mid night wednesday the army an guard was standing a Lone some Vigil at Rose Range a Small arms training Range in the Vann see District of West Berlin the spokesman said when he went to investigate a loitered and was hit Over the head. Other was applied to the Ger Man s face the spokesman said hut the guard did t give up with out a scuffle in which he injured his ran smelling of Ether was found nearby and the guard s clothing also smelted of the Anes thetic the army added. No american personnel were in the , the spokesman continued adding that the guard was not seriously injured there was no report of anything else being stolen except the Rifle. Washington a military spending of $48.3 billion next year was recommended thursday by presi Dent Kennedy to increase the nation s armed strength and retain for ourselves a Choice other than nuclear holocaust or with related programs the de sense Bill Cornea to $52.7 billion up nearly $1.5 billion Over this year. Or. Kennedy said in his budget message that military spending for fiscal 1963 would provide fur ther significant increases in the ability to fight a nuclear War or a conventional one. He said the lesser War was the greater possibility. More missiles what will the Money buy or. Kennedy said it would provide for these hems for instance a Start on 12 More Polaris submarines six in 1063 and six in 1964. More Atlas and Titan inter Continental ballistics missiles. Eight More atomic powered attack submarines. A new aircraft Carrier and a nuclear powered frigate. More tanks Battlefield mis Siles and automatic rifles. Two additional regular army divisions. Here is a breakdown on the cant on Page s3, col. S the at a glance taxes hold income and excise taxes at present Levels. Re peal id per cent tax on Railroad Ana bus ticket Wittlif to Triune ticket Levy to drop from 1ft to 5 per cent next year raise first class letters to 5 cents and air mail to 8 cents. / spending $92js billion up $3.4 billion front this year s final figure. Most of increase goes into National Security programs. Revenue $93 b 111 i on an increase of $10.9 Bil Pri Over this year s forecast assumes continued brisk recovery from last year s recession, a woo million if All goes As budgeted. If the Economy falters there could he a deficit. Total for a balanced at .5 billion red Parley 4just routine Moscow up regional Lead ers of the soviet communist party were meeting Here thursday in a grass roots Type conference to Dis cuss and implement decisions of the 22nd communist party con Gress last was at the october conference that party leaders adopted the soviet 20-year plan to raise living standards to new Heights and also drove the final nails into the legend and policies of the late Josef Stalin. Cseepage2. The current meeting of party leaders from the District regional and City Levels of the party was an automatic followup to the october cont on Page 24, col. 4 Washington president Kennedy brought Forth thursday what he termed a prudent j responsible $92,537,000,000 budget t a t Calls for a Small surplus and. $11.5 billion More spending than any peacetime n add if. Ever submitted to Congress or. Kennedy said it will strengthen the Domestic Economy. National Clefense and a free world still under the Shadow of threat ened War. The new $92.5 billion budget is for the 1963 fiscal year beginning july 1. The president sent it to Capitol Hill accompanied by a to 400-word message telling thinks it is a Good one. It counts on Good times in the United states and on a reluctant Congress to boost the Price of mailing a letter to help keep in come and spending in balance. It contemplates a drop in the unemployment rate from 6 i to 4 per cent by mid-1963. It regards nuclear War As less / Likely than lesser scale con Uniat aggression. It promises to reach out More vigorously toward the Moon and terms see Page 5 i recommend it to the Congress for action the president said itt full Confidence that it provides for the prudent use of our resources to serve the National interest there is Little that is e Sheri Tilljr cont. An Page s3tcol.sf France changes finance ministers Paris up the French finance minister Wilfrid Baumgart Ner. Is resigned and has been re placed by his chief Deputy state Secretary Tilery Giscard d a stating president Charles de Gaulle s office announced. Baumgartner 59, a former governor of the Batik of France and one of this country s leading financial experts Hod been finance minister since Jan. 13, 1960. He took Over after Antoine Pinky. Quit because the government refused him the Complete Powers he demanded. D Estwing 35, was Baumgartner s right hand Man. The change was not expected to bring any Finan Cial policy switch. Withdraw tanks from Berlin Border Cap soviet tanks in from their Posi the Border Between East Berlin reliable red thursday. Pulled out of their he ruins of a former near Unter Den Lin in fill the sources of the soviet move the Vas. Army began its tank Camp near the Friedrich Strasse crossing Point. The a. Armor Force is moving Back to Tempelhof air base. The us. And soviet armies set up Mieir tank Camps about a mile apart last october after an unprecedented facedown at Point Blank Range across the dividing line at Friedric Strasse. The tanks confronted one an other during a dispute Over qom Monist insistence that . Civilian officials show their credentials to East German guards when enter ing East Berlin the . Army announced tues Day it was pulling the american Armor Back to Tempelhof to improve disposition of . Forces. Two u4. Armoured personnel carriers which became part of the scenery in Friedric Strasse Wei a withdrawn. Patton tanks a. Tent Camp some 400 Yards a

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