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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 16, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseEuropean edition army Navy air Force few . Arm a farm in is rats a soft Artt and my Dato part d Friday March 16, 19625 a Watt daily. 10 unt. Floods plague . &. Rates. Tornin batted thursday Asla four ugh water arts of sleet added to the the Northern dumped up to 7 a on West Texas and jew Mexico wednes in both Stales. Snow along a 150-mile-Wlde Belt from the new Mexico mountains to Dallas which reported 2 inches of new Snow wednesday night. Motorists used headlights at midday during the swirling Snow. Corona n.m., re ported 6-foot snowdrifts. Below the Snow Belt sleet fell As far South As san Antonio in snowbound Northwest Iowa at least nine highways remained closed by snowdrifts. Work Crew managed to free an 84-car Illinois Central freight train stuck nearly24 hours in a Snowdrift near fort Dodge Iowa. Iowa had up to 29inches of Snow on the ground. At Sioux City Iowa a Highway department official estimated it would take a week to open Wood Bury county s main roads but he declined to guess when secondary roads would be slowed. Sheriff f. Of Rosenberger of Woodbur county appealed to Iowa gov. Nor Man a. Erbe for National guard helicopters to Fly doctors and pro visions to marooned farm families. Two helicopters were sent. Rosenberger said conditions in Northwest Iowa Southwest Minne so a Southeast South Dakota and cont. On Page Zyk col 5 do Lyman retire Larch 31 n Sast con end Jean former usar red threat has t eased Mcnamara tells group Washington Secretary Robert up defense pared to defend the outposts of s. Mcnamara \ Freedom around the world my said thursday the threat to .ider-in-chief and now Security has by no Means lessened Lief of staff will retire during the past year. The defense chief made the state ment in testimony before the House foreign affairs committee in support of president Kennedy s$1.5 by Ilion. Program of military Aid to countries opposing communists. The Berlin crisis Mcnamara told the co it tee is Only one chapter in the continuing struggle be tween the nations of the cd mum after More than 40 years �ervice.00, has served As Vic t since november 1960.icement of his Sucre expected Namara said. And or. Kennedy said program Means this country will not have to do the Job alone. Mcnamara said there was no Prospect that communist pressure would relax during the coming a result . Military Aid is More important than Ever. Of the free t army s major Pacific Cam. Well As the occupation of the korean War. He is chief of plans Deputy As the g-3 of the depart of the army. In this capacity helped to develop joint staff policy on korean negotiations. A left the Pentagon in take command of the 4th in Germany. A year later a this Post to become Lant of the army War at Carlisle Barracks. A. I stay at the College was Brief army s chief of staff Gen d. Taylor summoned him to Washington to become chief of staff for military summer of 1958, Eddleman Germany to command the after nine months serv this assignment he was Emmander-4n-chief. Usak apr 1, 1999. He remained Post until he was named of staff. Graduate of the . Mill Eddleman has been the distinguished service Silver Star legion of Bronze Star medal and the lied service Star of the pc of the Philippines i Faas not announced his future but expects to make his in the Washington area. Stateside nist bloc and those has Only to contemplate the ferment which exists in Many countries around the Globe including the Western hemisphere to appreciate the potential of new crises he said. The United states must be pre weather partly to Udy with own inf Hax and Light inv. Clin Dieuw saturday. Frank Lurl High Friday x. Lew 25 Haftl tort Halih 30. Tent for Thirn nerd a thursday eur a tin 40. Datril adar atom Ltd Berlin fun kit Linden cd Chou try 4 4 . Cd 73 17 it o 6s Al 43 14 k 36 30 to 3 ii a 4t 27 Madrid in Nick Paris Prmt or Uit a hmm cd s7 of m a 31 cd 3t to 37 r m cd Dyr rain. Air we tar scrim from press dispatches. Geneva the . And Britain thursday presented a proposal aimed at breaking the nuclear test ban deadlock before american atmospheric blasts next month but the russian have rejected it. The modified Western plan presented to chief soviet nuclear Delegate Semyon Tsarapkin at a late afternoon meeting at the russian Villa Here contained two concessions. The West dropped its demand for special arrangements to Guaran tee against underground and the United states reduced the number of inspections they had been asking to police the ban on soviet for the three major nuclear Powers Arthur Dean ., Joseph Godber Britain and Tsarapkin met after Russia and the . Presented sweeping disarmament plans proposed conclusion of a test ban agreement on the basis of the old american British draft of april 18 with modifications de signed among other things to Safe guard against preparations for testing. Tsarapkin said the soviet Union would Only negotiate a test ban treaty on the basis of a russian draft treaty of last november in that document the russians called for Reliance on National systems of detection rather than International inspection arrangements to prevent cheating. The three Power Exchange came after Secretary of state Dean Rusk and soviet foreign minister Andreia. Gromyko clashed head on Over nuclear testing policy and disarmament at the big general disarmament conference Gromyko accused the us. Of opening the Way to a new testing race a charge which Rusk countered with a charge that the responsibility belongs to Russia. Rusk pointed out that while the cont. On Page �4, col. S 3 frenchmen save i a. Jet Pilot in crash St. Marcel. Frances a three for Nch Farmers helped a . Pilot out of his burning fs4f j Jyh fighter after it crashed near Here thursday. The Pilot. Capt John Bolinger of j the 7122nd tac fighter Wing air National guard elected to ride aim. A Folk for my Leone who tto Confederate hag from of the count court avoid the possibility of crashing into the town about is Miles from Metz. The St. Marcel Farmers. Pierre Meyer Maurice Choquet and Marcel Fortune heard the crash and ran to the scene to see Bolinger trying to drag himself from the plane. They moved him to safety about a minute before the aircraft exploded. Filer hospitalize Bolinger suffering from Back in juries 8 fractured leg and Possi ble internal injuries was treated b the Chambley air base Hospital then was evacuated by helicopter to the . Air Force Hospital Attoul France. He was scheduled to be flown to Wiesbaden air Force Hospital Germany. The Pilot who is from Warren ind., and stationed at Chambley air base was in one of two f84fs on a training Mission. The other aircraft returned without incidental air Force Board is investigating the crash. The Jet skimmed Over the Village and skidded wheels up across a Field near where the three Farmers were working. Food Fob thought Max can t resist bulletin Hoard Noukeo eating them that to even though he knows bin nibbling can earn Bard Knock to. The bavarian Goat is a Mascot of the German air Force s f1m training whig at nor Venick. Not a adept to paperwork Are the other two mascots a pair of mules Given by turkish Pilot la Honor of the German wine s code of jackass. 868, Wojey yanks strafed Viet Cong says Pentagon Washington up defense Secretary Robert s. Mcnanara said thursday that american pilots have traded communist Viet Cong Orcea in the War in South Viet Mcnamara told a news Loafer nce that in the course of training South vietnamese pilots in the us of Piston engine american planes is. Pilots occasionally operate under combat the Secretary was the first .official to make a statement on he record about the involvement of . Pilots As Well As . Soldiers on the ground in shooting incidents in the Jungle said that the instructions americans South Viet Are not to fire unless fired he said that there had been sporadic fire aimed at american Sand in a few minor instances they Tiave had to return that fire Mcnamara was asked whether his statement applied to pilots Aswell As troops who accompany South vietnamese on the ," he replied. Mcnamara made this statement 1 think our Mission in Southview is very Clear. We Are there on the request of the South vietnamese government to provide training. Among the forms of this train ing is the operation of certain two place and Multi place described it As transition training for vietnamese who previously had been qualified Only to Fly in single seat in use the american planes in use Arete t28, a two heat Trainer and the b26, a Light bomber according to reports from Viet in saying that americans occasionally train vietnamese pilots under combat conditions the Secretary said that the great bulk of combat flights was flown by South vietnamese was asked whether a fighter plane cover was needed by helicopters which carry vietnamese troops into combat. He said there was no need for any beyond what the vietnamese themselves pro also said the use of chaff by the soviets in the bet Len air corridors could prove very dangerous but so far Allied planes have been Able to operate Success fully. He told a news conference it was quite apparent that the soviet Union was conducting harassing actions against flights of Allied planes in the air corridors. Bat he refused to accept a reporter s suggestion that the use of chaff constituted a hostile action. He said he would stick to the term harassing action and a hot prepared to go beyond it. Milwaukee Sunshine Short Milwaukee Wii there has been no Sunshine re corded in Milwaukee since match 6, the . Weather said

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