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European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 30 1961, Page 17

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 30, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes buddies end trip Atlantic in Sailboat Jenl Early Start twelve year oed Francis Flos Ter jr., who was ordained a minister by the pentecostal protestant Church in Ken Nett Square pa., poses with his parents Rev. And or. Francis flosser of Lancaster pa., just before the Cere Mony. The youngster a 7th Grade student said he Hopes to finish High school and become a travelling evangelist. A photo these bold civilian sailors decked at Tampa flo., after crossing the Atlantic twice in a 24-foot Sailboat on a 10,000-mile voyage which took eight months. Bill reeks a left of Tampa and Don Lewis of Detroit planned the trip when they were army buddies. They left Tampa last june hitting Boston the azores and Africa returning by Way of Trinidad. A youngster who dared to break a Boycott of i la to. In Gregory Thompson 9, is escorted left from an elementary school in new Orleans by a Deputy . Marshal after the youngster s attendance broke a Boycott established by Whites following integration of the school on nov. 14. Above shouting mothers protest the breaking of the total White boy Cott. A photo meets press . Ambassador to the United nations Adlai Stevenson holds a press conference in the meeting room of the political commit tee. He said the . Would support Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold s efforts to restore order in the Congo. Up

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