European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 21 1961, Page 7

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 21, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseJ�3t, it so a California Thi to weapon. Vat sue utilize a Teot Butr Fulcer took to � Brief the stars and stripes Mph a " Chart Koevets tilt the por Povic and i picked upon Wiles " outlined How stations in to b entering let through 47 mile in vary up How far my from the t Pater am Way i my Little the nov i a noise a Fronski enlist plot n a a map it to Pini it by Mountain Between the Hydrophone and the Point of noise played tape of sounds recorded from thousand of Miles away with the acute system. A whale in the process of exhaling air makes sounds similar to s o f t deep throated groans Hay Ward said. The crash of the ice warhead sounds like rolling Thunder in the skies. And even the minute movements of Earth under the sea create almost continuous tic us us noises. Tire with homing instinct the part into the from Tiff fat it Date wands som dwt Imi m in on httnmn4iii if mkt i Ftp to sound through it various Depths. And la amount of another prob is travel Only in a through water and by an under was Youthful Hunter drowns fleeing flooded campsite Bay St. Louis miss. Fund a they struck out into the swirling searcher wading through receding w of front i hair perches in the flood Watts stumbled across the rvs body of one of two Leen re Camp Thuis it it Tor help. A Rescue party of 400 men including National guardsmen and ski div is. Continued the search Tor Mau rift i. Wat a Down police chief Alconc Saucier or this Gulf town said the water a gone Down five feet since we first started to search we could t have been wading through the place a sudden thunderstorm had caused Flash flooding in the area and caught Bourgeois Maurigi an four other youths on a strip of land Between two creeks Wiear the Jordan River. The group All Stu dents at Bay St. Louis High school had pitched Camp in Good weather and planned to spend several Day fishing Hunting and swimming at night the youths had been forced to climb into Trees to escape the rising Waters. Shortly be fore Dawn. Bourgeois and Maurigi apparently thought the group would drown unless help arrived. I a Hui Rock county official snid i stun St curs of the four Hoys from i i inc is had to pry the Hoys i Loos " from the limbs. They had just about frown to the tre Clops i la Rifi id. The Lwy plight was discovered when the neither of one of the group heard their shouts for help when she drove to a Point near the campsite during the storm. She culled the sheriff who or Gani of u search party that swelled to 400 men. Tugboat captains. ,"., -. Carried anger a Little to far Pittsburgh up tugboat Captain Sam i Krunich was vested when he lost his Job with the Iron City Sand and gravel co. But his former employers feel he carried his anger to bit too far. The 52-year-old River Veteran journeyed to Industry a. And Cut Loose the moorings of three barges. One flouted eight Miles Down the Ohio River before sinking. Theothor two made it to East liver Pool Ono before they were re covered. Damage amounted to 540.000.mnrunit-h was arrested by the Fri Natl Frett on $500 Bond Pend i Ghearing. Worker s honesty finally pays Louisville a an ancient radio donated to Charity played 11 i wish tune twite Tor willium Green while he and a companion Weri carrying it from t lie donor s Home a Billfold containing s2,600 Tumblety out. They returned the Money to the Wann and Tot is each in route to his office Greenhead � thud in the truck s rear i Buki in find found a paper baft held $6,840 and old radio tubes this time when Green showed up with the Money he got ?300 re Ward Fileti Hurt Goldwater bid senator says Washington pull us Case declined to say whether a considered Rockefeller the Strong est challenger the gop could throw Gamst president sold too Many imponderable Scro involved including the out come of Rockefeller s re election race for governor in 19�2. He also said the record of the would have a Bear ins on the top s Choice of a presidential nominee. Initial advantage it he Kennedy does a very Good Job Case sold a e will Star tout with an initial advantage which May mean harder work or a stronger candidate than what weight otherwise have in order to Bent in discussing Goldwater who Heads the Senate gop Campaign committee. Case attributed the Arizona senator s enthusiastic Tok lowing to the fact that this is. A very attractive person a very de cent Guy and a very sincere Pep. ,. To added that Golan enter Wasabi to Appeal to a sizable group of Young people because he Pableto pose issues in Black and White terms the Good against the bad and not the Gray area. And Youn people particularly want something they can passionately believe cose said in response to a ques Tion however that Goldwater would not do Well As a presiden tial contender in the big inti trial states he said Goldwater ran so Well in Arizona because the state is pretty much in consonance with his political new postal official takes on Job try Tilting Washington a Richard a Murphy president Kennedy s 31 year Oldchief in selection the Post for personnel office depart ment said he. Is helping Curry the mail to learn his Job. Murphy told the Senate Post of fice committee he Rode a railway Portal car to Culpeper va., and Back. Next he said to will spend a Day walking delivery route with a Mallm Tui. Then he plans to go to the notion s largest Post office in new York to watch mail handlers at work. These experiences he said should help make up for my admitted Luck of background in Post Al committee members praised him und at once approved his Nomina Tion to be assistant postmaster general to charge of the Bureau of personnel. Murphy has served three terms. As executive see r c tar y of the Young democrats of America and wag National coordinator at Young voters activities in the Kennedy Johnson Campaign. Murphy was born in Baltimore and is a graduate of the University of North approved was the Nomina Tion of Ralph w. Nicholson new York to be assistant postmaster general in charge of finance in the Kennedy administration. I ,

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