European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 20 1962, Page 24

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 20, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse24 the stars and stripes Ryukyu islands Given additional self Rule is. Bases to stay Washington British Royal air Force Cpl Douglas Frederic Day shot in the stomach by East German Border guards was drive monday to West Berlin from a Potsdam. East Germany Hospital a British spokesman announced. Day was admitted to the British military Hospital in West Berlin. Day was shot in the stomach several times March 11 when communist guards opened fire on unofficial British military Liaison Mission car he was driving. No weather vane a rooster perched on a Portland Maine waterfront building to often mistaken for a weather vane. Actually it i the pet of a Semi retired Fisherman capt John w. Fairweather who run an oddity shop on the waterfront. Captain John Gay the parasol Over i pet is to prevent a photo Mcnamara asks service housing allowance hike continued from Page t month. No distinction is made As to the number of dependents. The allowance for a full general without dependents would Rise from $136.80 to $160.20 a month. With dependents he would go up from $171 to $201. All officers and warrant officers with or without dependents would receive an increase of at least 17per cent. The biggest percentage increase 66 per cent would go to a sergeant major without dependents. He would go from $51.30 a month to $85.20.lower grades of enlisted men for Ming the bulk of the More than 2.8 million men in uniform would get Only a slight housing allowance increase or none at All a private first class without de Pendents or with Only one de pendent now receives $51.30. With two dependents he gets $77.10 and with three or More dependents,$9o.90. His allowance would go up to 555.20 with no dependents or with Only one dependent if he has two or More dependents his allowance would stay the same. The Pentagon said no appreciable increase was recommended for Ower enlisted grades because pres ent rates for the lower grades Are considered reasonable based on housing expenditures by compar Ilc civilian income groups and actual figures reported by person Mcnamara told a news Confer ence he though it was disgraceful hat housing allowances for Mill try people had gotten so out of Ine with housing costs in civilian Tommu Netles where most married service men now live. The increased housing allowance which Mcnamara formally pro posed to Congress would be the first in 10 years. It also i designed to take account of an increased percentage of married men in service find of the number of children i service families. As to the proposed $1,5 billion program of military housing1 construction the defense chief said it would be w h o 11 y government financed and is designed to meet congressional objections to present approaches under which private contractors build military housing and pass on to the government the Cost of financing the projects fro private sources. The new housing allowances would go into effect next Jan. L. Mcnamara estimated the Cost for the 1962 fiscal year would come to about $150 million because the pro Gram would operate for Only half that period. In the 1964 fiscal year and later he said the Cost would total about $300 million. Grace. Continued trom Page Al sum ably the movie will be shot i Hollywood. The Princess met Prince Rainier while on Riviera location for to catch a her Romance with the Prince was Well publicized an their marriage april 19, 1956 was a is spot of the Riviera Socle scene. Tha sex fashion Model from Phila Delphia settled Down in a Magn m cent Palace overlooking the picturesque port and devoted her time to Royal duties. Stills in of Public or soon As this i special courts a and Oran a announced me be dissolved. Fouchet was Deputy for the the French 1051 to 1056 Roc can and government Asci Pierre Mendes the cease-fire400,000 French a Telegram Early Charles at Mere Mander in chief t l later Thieret tithe Day to the. Ing it that it lie fluted in the fled years the algerian meanwhile alg Youssef Ben moroccan capital of he planned to met Miler Mohammed four of his comic at Midnight to Salt release from six Captivity. It has been report Bella will succeed algerian Premier. Congratulated soviet Premier Chev was one of those \ sages of congratulate a Gerian leaders. Re let Russia now is Givre cognition to the total of 30 have recognized it or de Facto. Most of film unlit bloc Arab and african Nat the Only Western ton to have granted in Algeria s major european settlers Pat Nolc life with a a ordered by the right army organization the rightist group fight to keep Algeria prevent it from Bee a unlit ordered us foil War footing against and authorities plane planes were ground try cloy was Cut by the Isalt major cities wer Foj following an Oas ?1leans to remain indoors Ems left the Europea Algiers. Moslem masses re obeying orders of the tonal liberation front Pline. French air Force plane an estimated 1 million Algeria s major tit with the europeans to or duct of France and ease fire. Debt in Wijs. $1.58 Washington .1secretary Douglas Dillon Senate finance comi Otal of All Public and a the United states Wurfl Ion. I billion. Russ accept West plan on test ban negotiate Fco tied from Page i spokesmen immediately Welcom Edth soviet move. The soviet action opened new prospects of East West talks tin the deadlock cd . Although it did not resolve any of the difference blocking a treaty. 2orln s announcement coincided with information from Western delegations that the United states and Britain have agreed on con Cessions they will offer Russia in an Effort to meet soviet objections to an International inspection sys tem. It is understood that the West Ern Powers would reduce the num Ber. F inspection trips which teams of International inspectors could make around the soviet Union. At his news conference Zorn also declined to say whether rus Ala would walk out or stay in the disarmament talks Here if and when the United states starts nuclear explosions in the atmosphere. Declared that National inspection systems for detecting nuclear explosions Are aul Focient to policing test ban treaty. This is the heart of the treaty dispute. The United states insists must be admitted to the soviet Union. In the 17-nation self Canada s Secretary Ter not affairs Howard called for an attempt Lei the East West deadlocks Petlan. Green argued that on armament questions Points of similarity Inland Western positions is a Chance of coming to ment agreements

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