European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 21 1961, Page 6

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 21, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseVas log 6 the stars and stripes a Ribicoff predicts Congress of of school Aid Bill minus riders Washington up Abraham a Secretary of health education and welfare and sen. Wayne Morse d-ore., chairman of the Senate education subcommittee predict con areas will reject parochial and private school amendments and approve presi Dent Kennedy s Aid to education program As is. But Rob coff conceded that or Kennedy s $2.3 billion Bill is in a great Deal of trouble because of the roman Catholic Hierarchy s efforts to tack on Federal Jud to Sec tarian schools. He wild the administration would have to Tuc plenty of persuasion to push its plan through Congress. Morse Senate manager of the president s program agreed. He said Congress never would approve the measure if an ant egr Chatton rider or nonpublic school Aid were Uddell. Sen. Herman Talmadge d-ga., also said or. Kennedy s program had on excellent Chance of win Ning Senate approval if it were kept free of these amendments. Morse denounced advocates of such amendments for what he termed the or attempt to use the political Power of a bloc to soy in effect unless you yield to us you la get no legislation ". Morse Sald in a radio interview that the fight for parochial private school nid As pan of or. Kennedy s program is aimed really at Secretary attacks am a stand on aged ill Bill Washington no they stopped and Edward Lennox Ami lit tie Cim Puller transferred to the Herron Auto because they wanted to visit with Herron s children. Highway Pairo officers Sid Herron apparently did t str inc Santa be train until it was too Lute. Lie hit i Bruk and swerved at the last moment but the 55 mile an hour freight slammed squarely into the Rar. Officers Seld the warning lights to the crossing a re working. Skier killed in Gregon Walla Walla Wisth. A Young Seattle skier wan injun a fatally while practising a fast downhill run for a Junior tournament at spout Springs in oregon1 Blue mountains. The youth. Do old i ent. 17, did in a Hospital Here a few hour later of head and internal injuries. He never regained consciousness. No one saw the Accident at us retort urea 40 Miles South of Wila Walla. Young Dent n High school Junior. Apparently crashed into u tree where other skiers found him. He was entered in the Pacific Northwest Junior ski association s weekend tournament the father Roberi k. Don i who was at his son s bedside when i died. Described the boy As a reasonably Good skier who Ahvay wore a crash helmet for Protection. Tha parents and another son and daughter had gone with David tothe meet. The association could Hil them with very Strong he said the Ama is n very Strong Force and n very influential. Force with very Strong sanctions nevertheless. He said he was confident Lont Russ would Approver. Kennedy s pm fun to provide., health can for the aged under i social Siv Uril program. Maybe i m in rib coff wild in a to interview but 1 believe the Public Wilt gel behind this. There i More and More support every Stibli off said Many Dot torn had lol said. That s he Ilc snid teachers some Tinh s have More void tuck with children than the parents. Some parents ten hers o be parents and nurse maids he added. The Secretary so rejected Ai go that Federal Aid to education would Lead to government control of local school systems. He said or. Kennedy s program would require less than 100 administrative officials at the National level the Long Arm of the Federal government will not be used he asserted. He said the Federal government spent $2.7 billion last year in Vari Ous Educ lion program s without being accused of interference i local education nutters. Lounging on Miami a a Bench boy at a Miami Beach flu hotel moves i almost completely hidden by Hoo pile of Tufa Foll lounge. At least hefa protected from the aun. Living machines vital to space eff 1 i new York up the head of nearly Al a programs asked a meeting of miniaturization experts it the up with lifelike mechanisms the will continue to Oyt partly damaged. I Gen. Bernard a. Sch lever commander of the air development come spoke at the fourth annual mania Tut dinner Schriever said the air Force la interested in satellite systems which would require no maintenance and have an operation Luo of 8,000 hours. Such systems would have to be patterned after jiving organisms which Are still Able to function after being injured although their efficiency or be impaired. Sch Rlaver said. When we consider that the human brain contains at least a thousand billion Neutral elements we an understand that these provide models leading to significant contributions to miniaturization sch lever std. Hum knt Cine Schriever stud . Space pro Grams woul not have been pos sible if it were not for the great reduction in size of electronic components in missiles and Butel Lites. To said the reason the russians developed larger rocket engines and boosters than the . Is be cause they had to lift bulkier and heavier payloads. Because of our greater number of smaller satellites in orbit we might also conclude that we Are considerably ahead of the russians in producing s m n 11, lightweight electronic pay Schriever said. Veteran of Indian wars honoured Annapolis my. Bile Legal association the average motor hit car on the with the fuel Constser Continental Mtawa ones

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