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European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 2 1961, Page 3

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 2, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes Page 3 Accident Mars swedish ceremony Pew Over a area at a swedish Plant in a Terai. The Accident at a ceremony marking the completion of Fin atomic reactor lid. A truck carrying Tarn of White hot Iron tipped Over at the the when the Driver apparently blinded by the Glare of Spoti Igetti. Britain s ambassador to Sweden. Sir John Coupon and his wife just escaped being sprayed. One of the com Pany s directors received Burns about the face but no one else a � believed injured. In the foreground Are spotlights for to. Up photo a men reported slain Havana terrorist at tacks killed another Castro militia Man and injured 10 person in a Havana school at the same time. Premier Fidel Castro s government suffered a new diplomatic reverse when the government of Al Salvador formally suspended relations. It was the eighth Naium in the Western hemisphere to suspend or break off re lations with Cuba. To the bomb attack nine girl student and one teacher at the Nobel Academy in the working Dan District of Viborg were injured by a bomb placed in a lava tory. The my Haman was killed by three suspected counter revolution Aries at he tried to question them. The communist newspaper Hoy reported another militiaman was wiled but gave no details. The death of a Castro Intelli gence officer was also reported India Patchet arriving from Santa oar. Barbarous tomfoolery Royal party Rhino shoot ires . Animal lovers London two . Navy icebreakers with 544 men aboard have been locked in a huge Antarctic icepack for the past seven Days the department of de sense reported. The two ships the Glacier and the Staten Island were reported to be in no immediate danger though surrounded by solid ice floes 15 to 30 feet thick. Post Korea War it Aid sought Washington up senators urged passage of a program to extend i Bill benefits to the nation s peacetime cold War veterans. Sen. Wayne Morse d-ore., Saida Long As the military draft is in effect it is irrelevant whether it is wartime or peacetime the sacrifice is the same an the duty of the nation is the same Morse told a Senate vet Erans affairs subcommittee. The Oregon Democrat was one of a number of senators who Testi fied in favor of legislation to extend schooling and loan provisions to veterans who entered the serv ice after the korean War Bill benefits lapsed Jan. 31, 1955. The Bill which would cover an estimated 4 million Post korean War veterans at a Cost of about $4 billion is sponsored by Yarborough d-tex., and 35 others. A similar measure passed the Senate on a vote of 57-31 in july of 1959, but died in the House. The subcommittee took no final action on the measure during present hearings. Turk resigns High Post Ankara a Gen Ihsan Kizi Oglu resigned As Turkey s vice Premier after less than one Mon thin the Post. The White haired life Long sol Dier who has become a Center of controversy in the present military government said he was stepping Down because i have come to the opinion it would be Best for the was named Interior minister by chief of state Gea Cemal Gursel within hours of the military ouster last Spring offer refer Premier Adnah Menderes. He was elevated to vice Premier under Gursel on feb. 4. He never had been a member of the ruling 24-officer military Junta which ousted Menderes government and now serves As Turkey s supreme political body. Mcglehan gets funds Post Washington up sen. John l. Mcclellan d-ark., was named chairman of the Senate appropriations subcommittee handling funds for he state and jus Tice departments and the Federal i judiciary. Seeker attracts lookers anyone seen my .?9 Lons Lesaunier France a witnesses said afterwards the Young Man seemed to be look ing for something. "1 spied him the minute he came through the door said an aged clerk in the City Hall civil registry office. Right away i knew something was the clerk said the Young Man did t say anything. He Only paused for a moment a painful puzzled expression on his face then turned and left. All the Way Down the staircase of the City Hall and out on to the Square people paused to store and wonder at the strange Young gendarmes caught up with him in the Square. I m looking for my he explained As they threw a cloak around his nude shoulders and hustled him Back Young Man said he had arrived at the City Hall for a pre induction physical examination undressed in a room off the doctor s office and then could t find his Way Back to where he had left his clothes

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