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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 10, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseEuropean edition be orbit Cap the launched dog carry into orbit Earth and sue it Back to radio Moscow russian new the 5.2-ton one dog. Called Deand that stand apparently of its from its a Ropac fes Oviet Union s fourth satellite. Leeond one to Beto Earth As Back Suc the one launched with Belka and they were Velum Hebr ship was on unknown i ten announcement Many orbits before its ship re an Dunand from the ship weigh counting the rocket this is 220 pounds in which lp�4 Strehli Rod around the it was 2j823 pounds Tell \ the super heavy Satel if just month which carried to pm of Kodaj s in unch the was perfect 1he tract Ion chips and the establish then of a system which necessary conditions animals an subjects were than its army Navy air Force unofficial publication Olmo . Arm a forc. In Europe. Noritis Africa Ond the Middle eos Singapore to the Congo s crewmen of Safe s &2nt air div Are on the move when an emergency strikes whether therall come from Malaya Pakistan or the Congo. See pictures and Story of pages volume 19, number 324 5 nah Dolly 10 Cut sunday Friday March 10, 1961 my s run in with North korean i u 4 to 1 a. Facilities to sell Marks at 3.99 to Heidelberg is Exchange of German Marks and . Dollars resumes Friday at the rate of 3.99 Marks tothe Dollar at army finance offices military banking facilities and no appropriated lurid activities such As clubs i Germany Usa eur he announced. The same rate applies in air Force finance offices an clubs a Safe spokesman at Wiesbaden said Mark sales were suspended at military adhered closely to. A Day to Centric european time Adan at win a Una bar Len Frant Landon 4 . F 64 d s4 cd 70 i 19 cd w cd 54 4 a � 33 37 36 37 a Cloudy. Madrid Munich Parl a mtg k rant a Huilui 4 . Al 68 cd 61 it 66 e 52 Al 64 cd 61 4 a i 41 3? 43 45 so afr with a Striet inter Wallops northeastern . Congress told Kennedy plan to save cities Washington president. Kennedy thursday sent to con Gress a $3.25 billion save the cities housing program to be run by a proposed hew Cabine Ranic department of housing and Furbari affairs. in a special 10-Point message or. Kennedy called for prompt housing legislation to Spur the Economy and reinforce the cities in their desperate struggle against blight and housing administrator Robert a. Weaver presumably the first negro Cabinet member if his agencies Are wrapped together As an Lith department said draft legislation will be Laid before con Gress this stressing the need to Spur Home building As a stimulant to jobs and income or. Kennedy 10,000-word message was aimed chiefly at helping the Middle in come and lower income City Dweller rather than the two car suburbanite. The highlights included a four year 52.5 billion authorization for Urban renewal Grants and test program of 40-year mortgages with no Down pay ment for Low Cost dwellings under the Federal housing. Administration Cha loan insurance go ahead for construction of 100,000 Public housing units in per haps three years. Half would be earmarked and specially built for the elderly. A major expansion of has program of Home improvement Loans with this device possibly the major vehicle of the drive to up lured the northeastern thursday with Gale Enow steet and terms which wednesday tit Southe so with tornadoes of no Zed much of the mid Inow and ice. Joined new of 40 Miles an hour incite of mow on coastal be air and Harbor cutting visibility to nearly piled tides 5 feet higher than Normal at Boston and a heavy wet Snow changed to rain during the morning but Inland Massachusetts caught drifts with 8 to 10 inches of Snow expected. New York City collected one Inch of slush during the night but precipitation stopped there before new England upstate new York and Northwestern Penn Sylvania caught 4 to 10 inches of Snow during the night and Early of this storm area it was raining. Snow flurries still dotted portions of the Midwest Wisconsin got up to 12 inches of Snow forcing the closing of Many schools and roads became impassable. Wisconsin roads were covered with a Basic layer of ice. Topped by drifts 8 and 9 feet High in some caught 12 inches of Snow its first heavy fall of the season. Schools in hundreds of communities were closed. Highway traffic was a Chancy proposition. Man trucks and automobiles Lay at angles in ditches where skids left of the Snow thunderstorms and heavy rain raced across parts of the deep South. A rash of Torna does hit Georgia causing an Esti mated $1 million in damages. There were no reports of death or in juries in Tennessee scattered flooding wednesday in the Knoxville Mcminnville and Shelbyville areas forced dozens of families to higher ground. The Mississippi River was expected to flood in the Western part of the state thursday. Cont. On Page 2col z 71 japanese killed in goal mine disaster Fukuoka Japan a seventy one miners were killed thurs Day in Japan s postwar Coal mine disaster. Twenty other miners crawled out of the smoke filled Shaft soon after the Accident. Police said an. Overheated air compressor -Insid? caused fire igniting in flammables nearby

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