European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 4 1962, Page 1

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 4, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseTate Side Static Chicago up on a Teton we covered Here free packing 1 permitted hour. A policeman Sayi m nun lift Ina paper Tiguert Oln and replace european edition the is ripes army Navy air Force unofficial publication of the . Armed Fermi in Europe North Africa and the Middle East sports in Brief Hershel for put. Tap Wil Chamberlain Mored 100 Point Tor a National Baak Etoll association scoring record Friday night m the War riot Defeated new York 1w-14t.the combined won also Waas Aba Bitett it if 70, numb a 318 5 unit doily 10 Toni funny sunday March 4, 1962 evicts denounce Kennedy ban offer . Says blast fallout will be Small Luc Namara reports on test scope Washington a i the United states apparent per with an ear to protests pm at Home and overseas against resumption of Atmos i Meric testing of nuclear j weapons emphasized Satur Day the radiological safety a pets of the program. Defense Secretary Robert s. Me Bee Page t for Story on How indent Kennedy reached his partial text of his begins on Page 3 Tmara issued a statement saying the Fec Ope of the presently planned , atmospheric test pro it a will result in but a Small fraction of radioactive contrib ugh to the work environment As compared to the recently completed soviet test .,.i1je amount of radioactivity re i tatted Mcnamara said will delimited to a minimum and the cumulative contribution will be less than the natural background radiation we than president Kennedy in his ad-4ree Friday said that a conserva Tive estimate of the amount of radiation put it at Only about 1 per cent of natural radiation the president Ald he had author led the atomic Energy com Mission and the defence depart ment to conduct a series of tests beginning in the latter part of april and ending As quickly he said this should cont. On Page 21. Col. Algiers police i office bombed Algiers a two crackling Cyl Ofilos in the basement of the heavily guarded government build ing in the heart of Algiers Satur by night set tire to thousands of vital police records. A third Barge planted in the police 11 Tarary failed to explode. Remen poured tons of water the Toom through the vent la duct. A rumble of smaller p5ploslont indicated that Ammuel a stored in the basement was coding. Firemen with oxygen moved into the room tothe Blue. Lere apparently were no Vic a the explosion came at the end of another Black Day of violence in f Algeria. At least 17 persons were skilled and More than 70 wounded. Facing the nation president Kennedy his face mirroring his concern announces to the american people in a Radlo Telov Lahlon add can that the . Will resume atomic to Hting in the atmosphere in april if the soviet Union does not agree to a foolproof agreement Banning further nuclear Blau. Up photo . Spells out plan for West Berlin Access Washington a the state department urged again saturday the creation of an International Access authority to control land and air traffic Between West Ber Lin and West Germany. Russia and the Western Powers the slate department said should make arrangements to insure that the agreement would be legally effective and binding respectively in West Germany and West Berlin and in East Germany and in set rotary of state Dean Rusk told a news conference thursday creation of the authority to oper ate the Berlin Supply lines would be a Good Way of removing controversy Over the routes Between Berlin and West Germany. The idea was first broached by president Kennedy last november in an interview with Alexei adz Hubel. Editor of the soviet newspaper Izvestia and son in Law of soviet Premier Nikita s. Weather Cloudy it tiny. Cloudy pm warm with Ria Mindy Halih Sun. By u Imp so. to re by � 30 12 Madrid Pardip Mth r h a 3? 37 1 s7 Longres has put us weight behind presi Dent Kennedy s reluctant decision to resume Aerial nuclear tests it Russia fails to agree on a foolproof ban. Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana said that in a White House meeting with the president prior to or. Kennedy television radio address. Republican leaders joined with democrats in supporting the president s position. The president has walked the last mile and a Little beyond in an attempt to come to some solid agreement based on inspection and regulation of nuclear a testing and disarmament Mansfield said. In spite of the rebuffs from the russians he has shown great a cont. On t ool 5 still laughing Kathleen Peterson la still Jovial in her Hospital bed at it. Worth Tex after undergoing an operation for removal of Fork from her Chest. She was using the Fork to How a Friend her tons tag when a suddenly got to laughing and swallowed the Tuit nunsent. Alright is an a Ray picture of the Fork. Doctor reported her condition Good a photo

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