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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 16, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse16, 1962 the stars and stripes fag 5 Sandy. A Monte old Puppy in Arlington fatty Doggone proud of the autograph collection on Herthe Pooch became a sort of neighbourhood celebrity after her left leg in an Accident up photo a lot of nerve 2 on to his Job hang York a window Warren Rogers dangled a single safety strap to be talked out of going More. M safety Hook at the floor window pulled 01 Ca bilk these Bernardino. Calif. Old Barbara Saulsbury ing in the front room of Lily s apartment when a envelope dropped through Slot on the front door. By she cried. We be got Mother opened the envelope was a $20 Bill the Mother t u her to see who had dropped Lutura and a neighbor girl be Saunders 12, saw an unshaven Man in baggy get into an old car and away. Mrs. Saulsbury rant door to Tell her neighbor of i sift and met or. Cliffor Lander running to show her an $20 Bill went to the next residence b it their Street. A White envelope sticking in the mail Slot. They until the resident , arrived Nome. It was Twenty in a envelope. Identical were broke met. Hall Toldon the baby was out owe went out and bought the supper we be had in a Long said the neighbourhood is a rent Section and the Dono rattly assumed the recipients i All to need. Officers said the trying to find the Phelan to see if he is just an in old gent Loose Rogers managed to wrestle himself Back up on the window a Edge after a few moments of hanging from a strap attached to the remaining Hook. But within an hour a Simila Accident happened this time from a fifth floor window 65 feet fro the pavement. And that time Rogers 34, could t get Back by himself. Patrolman Peter Hoffman 40,and bystanders Thomas Quinto 36, and Charles Ehrlich 43, got him to safely after then Roger cried hugged and kissed the policeman. Hoffman remonstrated when Rogers remarked i can t afford to lose my nerve i m going Backoo work Rogers finally agreed to take break and go Home before resum ing his Trade. Seven minutes. By was so nervous he Pentagon favors Freer Trade to carry on Western Alliance Washington the defense department has called for approval of president Kennedy s world Trade program to help com plete an Alliance begun with the military aspects of the North at lactic treaty Secretary Roswell l. Ill Patric substituting for Secretary Robert Mcnamara told the House ways and Means committee we regard these Trade measures As a. Forward step designed to provide the Cement of the free word Alliance in which defense has already erected the framework of said Freer Trade with Western Europe As or. Kennedy advocates would have direct practical effects in terms of defense. Until weak economics in the free world improve Gilpatrick said the Strong Are faced with continuing to carry More than their fair share of the Cost of the com Mon the proportion of . Military id going to Western Europe has dropped from 2o per cent in 1960to 13 per cent this year he said. And he added that economic re turn to this country could be measured by West Germany doubling of its military purchases Here from $500 million in 3959-60 to $1 billion in 1961-62. The economic Progress expected from the new Trade program Gil Patric said would insure a steady flow of strategic raw materials not produced in this country to . Defense plants at prices which they can of the Interior Stewart l. Udall told the committee unprepared testimony that further reductions in imports of Mineral products would have Only minor influence on the competitive Situa Tion faced by the Domestic mining Billy s Bones to stay put judge rules fort Sumner . Up year Long Battle for the Bones of Billy the kid ended Here with the ruling that the remains of the notorious Little outlaw will stay where they Are in the old military cemetery outside town. Dist. Judge e. T. Hensley or. De Nied a motion to move the body of William h. Bonny to nearby Lin Coln county saying that from his actions and us a matter of history a Lincoln is the one place where to least desired to live and jailed in Lincoln county Bony apparently had to Lincoln county de Spile the fact it once showed him the hospitality wanted out so of its jail. He badly he gunned Down two deputies to do it. The kid himself was shot to death by sheriff Pat Garrett on july 14, 1881, not far from where he is buried. By that time the kid claimed he had killed 21 men on for each year of his life. Seeking to keep the body Here were de Baca county commission ers mrs. A h. Allen proprietor Ofa tourist attraction and Louis a. Bowdon of Bartlesville okla., who says a relative is buried in the common grave with Bonney. Lincoln county and new Yor City beautician Lois Telfer. Who run inns to be tile kid s last surviving Kin wanted the body moved. Half Century Candle mrs. Charles v. Calmer right Natlo Al girl scout president gets an assist from Vic president and mrs Lyndon b. Johnson As a ceremonial Candle is blown ont at a congressional luncheon in Washington marking the 60th anniversary of the girl scout movement at left is senior girl scout Rebecca Gainey 1vof Charlotte . Mrs. Calmer i from Elbert Yule i. At photo Granny sues ships for parking i Winner gravely do Calif. A the lotion of or. Arthur h. Corp Nobel prize Winner in physics reported As very grave the physicist has been in us in Alta Bates Hospital fee suffered a cerebral Hemor last week. He developed Ila Over the weekend. Pearl River. , a the Fleet s in. Says mrs. Theresa Scozza fava right in her front Yard. The 77-year-old grandmother has filed suit to have the Federal govern ment pay her a parking fee of $10.000. Mrs. Scozzafava who lives in array Wood shingled House in the nearby Hamlet of Jones Point .,claims the government owes her the Money for anchoring about 190ships of its Mothball Fleet in the Hudson River in front of her property. Her suit filed in february 1960in Federal court is due to come up in the near future. Mrs. Scozza fava told about it and her claims against tie government in an interview. Mrs Scozzafava the Mother of10. Contends she has underwater right extending 250 feet into the Hudson along 365 feet of the Shore line. She says she gained these rights by becoming the successor to Grants made by the state of new York dating Back to 1814. In May challenged 1960, the the suit government by arguing pianist faces tax Lien White Plains A a$44,198 income tax Lien has been filed by the Federal government against pianist Hazel Scott former wife of rep. Adam Clayton Powell d-. Red scrawl on basement floor tells a tragic tale of death Idaho Falls Idaho a Glea Howard in came Home from school for lunch and found his father dead in the basement these words scrawled in blood on the basement floor it was an b. Howard 45, was lying face Down apparently having died Ashe finished printing the message in Block letter. Detective g. Lowell Cramer Saida Bullet from a .22-Cal Bolt action Rifle went through Howard s Chest cram i said the gun with on Bullet in the chamber had been taken from an upstairs . Howard was at work and the two sons Dean 13, and Glen were at school. Howard was employed at a local set a store. That the court had no jurisdiction in the matter since the ships known formally As the Hudson River Reserve Fleet were in a navigable River. But a Federal judge turned the Challenge Down ruling that the Issue would have to be settled in court. Mrs. Scozzafava is joined in he suit by a daughter Mary Spring Stead and the daughter s , who also owns property along the . Springstead describes her Mother As a very Active . Scozzafava had been collect ing $25 a month rent from the government for use of a Dock and parking privileges for government cars since 1960 she had acquired More property and she sought to in crease the rent. This is when he conflict with the government began they offered me $25 a month again and told me to take it Orle avd it she said. Newspaper founder Dies Madison wis. Up Thomasc. Bowden 71, former business manager of the Madison capital times and one of the original associates in the founding of the paper died at his Home. May draft Call set at 6,000 Washington the de sense department has issued a draft Call for 6,000 men in May forthe army. While this is the same number drafted for March and april the Pentagon said it will bring to 135,-000 men the number called by selective service from the beginning of the Berlin crisis military build up of last a result of these higher draft Calls and other personnel actions the strength objective of the array including provision for Manning the two new army divisions has now been reached the statement Navy air Force and Marina corps do not intend to draw nonselective service during May College gop club nominates Gok water Milwaukee up sen. Barry Goldwater a Arhl waa nominated for president on the third ballot of a mock National convention of the a Rouetto University Young Republican Cine Goldwater received Taftt Otemai to 314 for George Ron mgr an for Edwin Walker. R

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