European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 20 1962, Page 5

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 20, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse1962 the stars and stripes torm House and an unidentified Cook. Near a Post office Transfer Point at the new Haven Railroad s Union station saturday. The Post office confirmed the theft after there were rumours of a robbery. Postal inspector Edward said department invest Kut or a from Here to the Canadian Border aided by Federal agents were working on the Case. Particularly puzzling he said was How tote pouches could have gotten to new Haven fac but of the Way of the Hazard Llie Bosto route. " he also had no More than guess As to Why the greater share of the Money was left said of the thief or thieves perhaps he was nervous. Per. Haps he already had enough could be any number of nothing about the shipment marked it a out of the Ordinary to the untrained Eye Lyons said. The big Canvas mall bag contained four smaller pouches with the Money. Pouched Silt the thief Slit through the sack and the pouches and must have reached in for the Money Lyons said. It would be hard to imagine that he could have missed the greater sum of Money Lyon added. Could it have been an inside Job it certainty looks like the thief had some special Knowle Rtse of the mailing he said. There wan Thi Consolation How Ever he insured. Said the Money was fitness hike to resume Putney it. Up four Windheim College students will Waik from times Square in Newyork City to Washington to continue their Marathon hike of Las year to emphasize president Ken Nedy s physical fitness students plan to walk 35 to 40 Miles a Day. Girl on Honor Roll despite Handicap Tipton okla. A my Makuss l Hus spent Only three months of her 18 yours in school but she made the Honor Roll it Junior High school this suffered u crippling at tack of polio in 1945 but now leads Normal life i Palte a nagging pain in her Back what can t be cured must be endured Myron said i just for get it most of the began school work at an Oklahoma City Hospital. She the moved to a convalescent Home where she completed the fourth Grade. A Tutor directed Myrna s work through the fifth sixth an seventh Grade. Median alarm9 raises Kin in City Igo

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