European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 22 1961, Page 1

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 22, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseA covered Seaboard Northeast leaving death grip How wave plunged Zero and temperatures Tom a during the stable Field in track Farmers predicted 30-degree 1 mild r cover of up to 29travel and businesses. Of deaths resulting cached ?8, with most occurring in the act. Measured 20 the heaviest in 16 n.y., reported Southern new eng Noch As six inches As far South As whipped the Snow Over wide areas of workers were Ler gency service Ini Clear traffic arteries. Kan Totcke Island Tutti to coast in 20 years dumped 15 inches of Island. To four feet above the new England forcing Many residents i in Lowland areas. In Florida sex Wantage unless the Over a prolonged were reported through the Lake and from the through Eastern Western Iowa. The nation pre generally limited to in Kentucky the the appalachians por Opper great lakes european edition cheers arrival Tupi Britain Sand the Duke of an enthusiastic Wel t India crowds estimated when they arrived Lor a three week sold the turnout of qua or even greater i Alten former president visited the Indian Fri. Packed the eight mile r1hc Airport to Rasta the presidential pal rtt couple is staying Delhi visit looking Happy and continuously in it of the cheers jus crowd. It Eside Itic by. A ghr1e kern1 1351 to piece it went in ho0ftp engine threw a Rod it St an div Soldier to frit Battery Par Bow an for target himself pulled the fired a ifs my Shell car to piece. Weather forecast Tod for had to two my for Mourt 4, Ito to look for Hwn fair want Lwort Elo tidy Yimou Diml Heht . Tia or tur i it writ Satur Day 4 a 4 9,m,m Madrid w 38 prot army Navy air Force unofficial publication of la . Armed forces in a uitto North Africa and he Mph eat bar ten Al frail Kurt 28 limit 43 34 air we tour volume 19, number 277 5 Chr doily 10 a Fri sunday sunday january 22, 1961 former president Truman unites with deep Good humor As he visits president Kennedy in the office he used to occupy and has t seen for the past eight years. Associated press photo gun Crew chief wins acquittal in overshoot trial Frankfurt is it took an army court less than 10 minutes of deliberation saturday to acquit sgt Willie c. White. 27, of a dereliction of duty charge in connection with the sept 2 Grafen Roohr artillery Accident that killed 17 sol Diers. White a chief of the gun Crew that fired an 8-Inch howitzer Shell 4,000 Yards Over its target into a troop area killing it men and in Juring 25. White chief of no. 1 gun. Btry a 3rd in i8tn arty was tried at his own request after he refused to accept nonjudicial punishment under article 15 of the uniform code of military Justice. The prosecution maintained of it on Hajje ool j White House has caller Long absent Truman Washington hurry Truman who did t step a foot in the White House during the eight years Dwight d. Eisenhower was presi Dent made a nostalgic visit to his old office saturday at the invitation of the new he took occasion to take several slaps at or Eisenhower. The Peppery or. Truman whose relations with or. Eisenhower have been Chilly had dropped in at the executive mansion for a few min utes Friday with mrs. Truman following president Kennedy s inauguration. Saturday morning or. Kennedy called or. Truman to ask him Over and the 70-year-old former presi Dent walked from the Mayflower hotel about half a mile despite a 19-degree temperature and streets covered with ice and Snow. Photographers and newsmen had no Advance word of the visit. They swamped or. Truman As he walked front on Page 2t, col s wonderful says Eisenhower after journey into retirement Gettysburg. A. Upp Dwight d. Eisenhower began life in retirement saturday after eight years in the toughest Job in the photo of Page 2jj or. Eisenhower looked Forward to a Welcome Home dinner with 200 of Gettysburg s leading citizens. He and Eisenhower lunched privately with retiring r Binet members in Washington after president Kennedy moved in to lir White House. Then they drove 85 Miles Over Snow packed roads to their Gettys Burg farm Home the Only Home they Ever owned during or. Eisenhower s half Century of Mill tary and Public service. In his Only Public comment on the change from president to private citizen. Or. Eisenhower said he Felt s great the former president and his wife dined quietly riday night with their Only son. Army it col John Eisenhower his wife Barbara and the four Eisenhower grand children. After checking Over his Herd of Aberdeen Angus cattle and in spec Tang the livestock this week in u. He plans to Fly monday to Albany. A. And Hunt Quail. . Envoy called to Kremlin Russ meeting bid seen Moscow Premier Elk la Khrushchev called american ambassador Llewellyn Thompson to the Kremlin saturday and presumably outlined to him a bid for meeting with president Kennedy. An american embassy spokesman told correspondents that there had been a two hour meeting at which the ambassador and the Premier discussed russian american prob lengthy report the extent of the subject matter was indicated by the fact tha Tthompson was St ii Busy dictating and editing his report to the state department More than six hours later. Khrushchev will leave mos cow in a few Days on a personal inspection tour of soviet areas seriously lagging in farm production up reported. His trip was revealed by the government newspaper Izvestia. It was speculated Here that one of the reasons Khrushchev Hast Liy and unexpectedly invited Thompson for a talk was to get a message off to or. Kennedy before making the farm tour Only Bobby. Meets any " opposition from press dispatches Washington presi Dent Kennedy 10-Rrian cab inet won Swift Senate approval saturday. The Only opposition expressed was against his brother Robert the new at Torney general. The Senate also confirmed the nomination of Adlai e. Stevenson to be . Representative to the United nations with the rank of ambassador nine of the president s Cabinet choices were approved by unanimous voice vote. But sen. Gordon Aholt r-colo., stood up against Robert Kennedy charging he has not had sufficient background Inge Law Over All to qualify for the of. The president submitted the nominations to the Senate after his inauguration. Senate committees had held hear nos on them in Advance. In addition to Robert Kennedy the new Cabinet consists of Secretary of state Dean Rusk Secre tary of the Treasury Douglas Oil on Secretary of defense Robert. Mcnamara. Postmaster general l Edward Day Secretary of Interior Stewart l. Udall secretory of agriculture Orville i Freeman Secretary of Commerce Luther , Secretary of labor Arthur f. Goldberg and Secretary of Wel fare Abraham a. Ribicoff. The Cabinet was sworn in at the White House three hours after the Senate approved their nominations or. Kennedy stood by proudly As his top aides took the oath of office simultaneously. Senators in both parties praised the nominees but sen. Styles Bridges . Chairman of the be publican policy committee told to j Senate that there Are deep cont on Page s4, col. S steady boy after All it father the face alive with Boyish apprehension belongs to one of � new group of victims at wies Baden Germany air base. He s the son and Guinea i of a Parent taking a new coarse in hair cutting. Story Page 8

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