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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 24, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseWashington the tworb47 fliers released by the rus sians earlier thai year were questioned by senators and sen. John s Tennis d-mjss., said no statement would be made on their testimony. Stennis and sen. Styles Bridges a Naff who had urged a special investigation of the incident Dis questioned the two returned captains at the Pentagon. Stennis Heads a Senate armed services subcommittee these officers gave us their Story of the incident and of their treatment in the soviet Union and one Dayl Nelben a Helper of local ladles 1lgwu shopping trip provided ice for 1icontract also rotation pro meter Benefit. Voted night met bed after had been new York be red right other member Are tact Driver week is7.sql Iff Imu court of Insolio the death 19 and 40 to Yul to at hard the two vice it All pay and the stars and stripes rb47 fliers questioned. J v. � pc v responded fully and satisfactorily to questions we asked them Sten Nis said in a statement for Security reasons we plan to Issue no further statement on this matter he said. The fliers cats Freeman and John r. Mckone were freed by the russians Jan 25 after seven months of solitary confinement in a Moscow prison. Stennis said he and Bridges had lunch with the officers and Secre tary of defense Robert s. Mcna Mara at the Pentagon. Bridges Perl scr this month asked chairman Richard b. Russell d-gn., of the Senate armed services committee for a full inquiry into return of the men who had been shot Down by the soviets in the Barents sea area last july Bridges questioned whether the Kennedy administration made an concessions to liberate Olmstead and Mckone. They were the Only known survivors of n six Man Crew. The Phot died and his body was returned b the russians. Release of the two pilots was regarded widely As a gesture toward better relations Between Ithen a administration and the Bridges then said the Senate should know the details of an agreement which led to their re lease because any such agree ments Are Likely to have a so grit " cant bearing o n rela-tions.", later the committee Republican natio Nalen its publication Battle line suggested that con Gress should look into possible concessions made to the russians and secrecy surrounding he flyer sri release. A. Stanford behind dosed a and the verdict f fete wednesday. Jan cd at Laon to an admin alter completion a i ordered 17th air Force i in Tett tence Are uj5l ambassador with pre it lither pm Paratory to Leav mrm. Jacqueline a n n Edy eaten a new York hotel after a tear. The came to the City to Pur of Alae Early 19th Century an Tique for the White room a Leader of cuban exiles pledges free elections Washington a the Leader of two major cuban exile groups pledges that the overthrow of cuban prime minister Fidel Castro will end firing squads and bring free elections within 18 months. Jose Miro cur Dona a 59-year-old lawyer who served six weeks As Premier at the Start of the Castro regime announced formation of anew revolutionary Council with himself As coordinator general. The Council consists of represent futz Chase Manhattan Tives of the democratic revolutionary front regarded As Middle of the Road and favouring free enter Price and the revolutionary move ment of the peo ple considered left Wing but Noll comr Nunley. Car Dona said the aim of the Council is to overthrow the communist tyranny which enslaves the people of Cuba and re establish moral peace Cardona and Harmony among All he gave no Date for any invasion of the Island but said the arms which we have and the arms which we will have will become known when Castro feels their Impact Cardona also called for Aid from All exiled cubans including other revolutionary groups from Canada to Patagonia in Havana. Castro termed car Dona s movement a government of and old Cuba must remain Alert against a group of mercenaries girl moral. So ritual v titties -. \ " by Bob hover surfs it Fertic by a Berchtesgaden. 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The announcement was not Clear As to whether government chief such As soviet Premier no Ella s. Khrushchev would take part.1. It mentioned Only foreign and de sense ministers and marshal Grechko the group s military com Mander. L t however the last session which ended feb. 5, i960, was marked by the presence of the government leaders. Grozny to May attend the wording of the announce ment apparently Means that soviet foreign minister Andrea Gromyko will leave the United states to come Home to Moscow for tue seat Elbri opening March 28. R last year s meeting wac a pre Summit conference meeting before the Paris Summit which never took place. Members of the Alliance Are the soviet Union. Poland Czecho Slovakia Hungary Romania bul Garia Albania and East Germany. . Stock Exchange prices by United Preas International Tow nah wed atom a i Lalli a cml Alan Law. 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