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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 2, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseState european edition it to Hijii Locri Peterson 81,. I role Tot a to to loud Swallow dinner fort says the surgeon t _ a i a operated. I of feet a had tried to show a Friend bar tonsils and was using to Dep ran her Tongue. Gat to fatty Fol a and it just went Down she explained. He i cot up next morning she said i stick me but it army Navy air Force unofficial publication of tin . Armed form in Surap. North Awta and Ife 20, number 316 5 i i daily. 10 Titt sunday Friday March 2, 1962 ,13 firs is Iff i n 9 v Lei t it Eft Oit y 3 f i 9 f7 -.,. ". Sgt. Dobkis fire Chen. Racing1 with the tide Tibet inter covered the rite of the 707 jetliner crash probe through debris in the Jamaica Bay swamp area near Idlewild Airport. Killed were 87 passengers and eight Crew members. Aerial photo Page it Asp services attack dependents9 ban Washington Fuji the armed services have told Congress i testimony just published that a ban on sending military dependents to Western Europe is having an Adverse affect on servicemen s morale. It Gen Russell l. Vittrup Dep Uty army chief of staff said continuation of the ban would make it harder than Ever to attract and keep career servicemen. Brig Gen h. G. Thome jr., air Force director of personnel plan Ning called it a Nightmare and vice w. R. Smedberg in Dep Uty chief of naval operations said the it Navy had made Strong appeals be exempted from the ban discussed before the Bouse defense appropriations sub committee in previously a e or e t testimony was put into effect last october during the defense build up which followed the Berlin Secretary Robert s. Mcnamara was reported to bests dytes the problem. Many Mili tary leaders want the ban dropped completely. Vittrup said he did not know weather to try mow a buy mfg Friday 3s. Lev Raer Tot Tatum by get 44 4. Aoam f a if from raft a Bdrm cd 4t � is 38 t m Boel 41 34 rom Al 41 41bi i � a Itri what the outcome would be. But he said the army and Mcnamara Are trying to figure out some scheme whereby maybe we can rotate units or some such he said about 85 per cent of the officers Are married and also a very Large percentage of noncommissioned officers. Vat trip said that by mid january. 30,000 dependents would have gone to Europe with their travel paid by the government i the order had not been in effect the air Force said its figure was 7,500 dependents. Vittrup Bald the morale problem was aggravated when military people saw increased . Business activity in Europe Large numbers of american tourists coming and going and that other government agencies were not being forced to leave their dependents at Home. Keep disarm talks free of propaganda Rusk asks Washington Secretary of state Dean Rusk appealed to Russia thursday to join the United states in lifting forthcoming Dis armament negotiations out of the East West propaganda conflict. He linked to his Appeal the Hope that the nuclear Powers would be Able to bring the arms race under control Rusk also proposed that the. Western rights of Access to Ber Khrushchev reply to French proposals on Page 8. In should be managed by a International authority up re ported in spite of the stalemate be tween president Kennedy and so Viet Premier a Talta s. Khrushchev Over the level of the conference opening. Rusk said he la sure that Kroll presses against 2 German newspapers Moscow up West Ger Mart ambassador or. Hans Kroll is ask ing the West German foreign of fice to press libel and slander charges against two West guianan newspapers which have been Cani pal Gning against him. Kroll thursday told West Ger Man correspondents at an embassy press conference he had asked the Bonn foreign office to press charges against the responsible editors of the die Welt and the Bild newspapers Imper paragraph 196 of the German criminal code. Kroll said when he was last in Bonn he asked the foreign office for an immediate court injunction to prevent the two newspapers from printing articles he considered damaging to him. He said he had also asked the foreign office to probe the reason behind the press Campaign. The ambassador reiterated anew f cont. On Page s3, col. So the 18-nation disarmament meeting will Start on schedule at Geneva March 14. At his. First news conference herein several weeks Rusk also told leaders of Russia and communist China that there can be peace cont. On Page 84. Col. 3 House group ask Lush in r7o program Washington House armed services committee recommended thursday that1 con Gress order defense Secretary Rob Ert s. Mcnamara to proceed iat once toward production of the 2, a Job Mike an hour b70 bomber a " chairman Carl Vinso Drga a said the committee wrote an extra 5491 Miori for this purpose into pending $13,065,772,000 procure ment authorization Bill along with language under which the defense chief would be directed to use it. Vinson said the committee also had voted unanimously to of comr men d to president Kennedy ?. Prompt resumption of atmospheric nuclear testing. The committee Section was taken wednesday at a closed door meeting. President Kennedy is expected to announce Friday night on a National telecast whether or not the . Will resume atmospheric nuclear testing from press dispatches new York an Ameri can airlines luxury jetliner dived suddenly of Takeoff and plunged into a tidal swamp near Idlewild Airport Here thursday killing Al 95 persons aboard. It was the worst disaster involving a single plane in . Conv Mercoal aviation history. The Boeing 707 Astro Jet flight 1 bound nonstop for los Angeles took of f in Clear weather just after 10 . Est 4 pin. Cetuk climbed to approximately 1,000 feet turned left and fell to Earth at a Steep Angle. The plane fully loaded with 90,000 pounds of fuel exploded on Impact. F there were 87 passengers and eight Crew members aboard. One of the victims was William Alton Jones chairman of the executive committee of cities service of c6. He was in route to. Join former president Dwight d. Eisenhower on a fishing vacation in Richard Lansing Conolly president of Long Island University and its Branch . Post College and his wife were among the crash victims. Conolly 69, was due to retire As president of the institutions next former Admiral saw sea duty front. On Page 8$, ool. Y new yorkers cheer Glenn from press dispatches new York the sky was no limit thursday As astronaut Jshii h. Glenn or. Received a Clef Certai Welcome from thousands1 of new. Yorkers see photo on Page 1tj1 up through the skyscraper can Yons of Lindi Bergh had come 35 years before rolled the Glenn motorcade of More than 20 cars. It s 1 wonderful wonder till shouted the beaming Marine As the crowds shrieked a ,Glenn Rode atop the Back seat of an open Parin Bright aun Ligh each Tim else was Tik i conductor leading & massive syn Jim phony .-.-thecrowd, roared. J. In the Niagara r6%confettijthou w Page by 7ol is i 2ud Battle group begins spec Tel Lead 24 Battle group at Isburg Brea of the first announced ,.the is Voy is expected of reach the i Marin Freim area late pc Day afternoon. And spend i the nigh there before continuing the routine training movement saturday morn ing

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