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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 27, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse1he stats and stripes army aides testify ., Russia both Are developing nerve Gas Washington up two administration officials said in con Gressional testimony just released that both the United Stales and Russia Are developing nerve Gas capable of paralysing the Popula Tion of an entire City for last january before the Senate armed services com Mittee assistant army Secretary finn j. Larson said the Gas make sits victims incapable of realizing what they Are doing for several hours. But once the effect wears off there is no permanent testimony was seconded by it Gen Arthur g. Trudeau Mili tary chief of the army s research and development program. Larsen is civilian head of the program. Larsen said the government has 2 arrested for Airliner bomb jests los Angeles up a Ger Man born rocket scientist and a Young real estate Salesman were arrested for separate violations of the us. Code against giving false information concerning an explosive on an aircraft the Federal Bureau of investigation announced. Special agent in charge William g. Simons said Oldwig Hans von Roos. 37, of Altadena calif., a dentist at California Institute of technology s Jet propulsion Laboratory was taken into custody i los Angeles. Thomas Fleishman 21, of los Angeles was arrested in san Francisco. The charges followed an Fri pattern of filing charges when the statement Are in jest both were arrested for incident sat san Francisco International air port March 18. Not Littsen von Roos who came to the United states from Germany in 1957 and it not yet a citizen was re ported to have told a waitress at the Airport restaurant that a pack age containing an espresso Coffee maker was a bomb. Fri agents said von Roos was quoted As telling a stewardess on m United Al lines flight to Losangeles the same thing. Von Roos. The father of three children was arraigned before Theodore hockey and released on $250 bail. Fleishman was questioned by a stewardess on a trans world air lines flight about two Large pack Ages he carried on the plane. Agents said Fleishman told the stewardess he had a mechanical woman in one Box and a Bombin the other. If convicted von Roos and Fleish Man Ace maximum penalty of $1,000 and one year in jail or both. Kennedy motorcade billed Miami up Jack Sullivan manager of the Dade county democratic executive committee Aid he has gotten a Bill from the state tort to. The Bill 1s for expressway toll on Tea cars in presi Dent Kennedy s motorcade he two weeks ago. Family Day in a family Way Tampa via. An administration official tins Given some advice on How to Steep on an Airliner crawl under the Shriver brother in Law of president Kennedy and director of the peace corps has this to say in a television interview most air plane seats. Are fairly High off the floor. So there is plenty of room and you can Strelch out. Your Hend goes under the seating front of you and your feet go behind and there is just about a six foot spread there and it is very Shriver who flies thousands of Miles in managing corps affairs claimed it is More comfortable than sitting in the seat. Did someone it la you about this Shriver was asked. No i just did it myself he answered. . Airport tops in Traffic Washington up los Angeles International Airport has replaced Chicago s Shway As the nation s busiest air terminal. The Federal aviation Agency Faa disclosed in its annual air Craft movements Survey that mid Way the perennial Leader in total Airport operations for the past dec Ade dropped to 12th place in 196l the decline reflected the shift of Many airline activities from mid a to Chicago s o Hare. Which ranked second behind los Angele International. Los Angeles had 324,993 total air Craft landings and takeoffs. Next were o Mare 318326 Miami inter National 310.731 Washington a Zoial 297,082 new York inter National 290.134 Miami 289,605 Phoenix 288.587 Van Guys 281,336 Long Beach 276,479 denveri267,386 Honolulu International 257,685, and Midway 249,869. Mistrial of s. ?. Magistrate Gaffney . Up former magistrate Donald Pownes told a jury trying him on an embezzle ment charge that his books were $2,045 Short because he allowed his friends to pay fines on the install ment plan. The jury was unable to reach a verdict and circuit judge w. L. Rhodes or. Declared mistrial. Is developing its biological warfare program. He said the United states is capable of delivering bacteria i what he described As Small bomb lets carried inside larger bombs or of the bomb lets would spread the biological agent individually and can contaminate the Arja around it Larsen said. 700 families died in year of Home fires Boston Jean Goldkette bandleader prominent in the 1920s and 30s, died Here of a heart attack. He was 69. Born in Valenciennes France Goldkette came to the United states in 1911 and became a professional pianist at 16. In 1923 reopened the Graystone ballroom in Detroit and organized what metronome Magazine eventually called the band that rocked the stars who once worked for Gold Kette include Bix Miller Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey Glen Gray Joe Venuel Eddie Lang Jimmy Mcpartland. Frankie Trumbauer and Hoagy Carmichael the musician had been a widower for years and had no children. He leaves an aunt mrs. Elin Goldkette with whom he resided in los Angeles and an Uncle Frank Goldkette who lives in Detroit suburb. Seeks to wed convict fran me Kearney tsar from fort St John Brit Fah Columbia leave state Puaa after attending a parole Board hearsay 1hopes to Many. The girl now Workum to St Petal Testu led for Joseph a. Flaherty so serving is rape burglary and other crimes. She finl heard Magano Story of a 1985 prison rebellion he led. Fan makes Short so baseball trip struck Baltimore a wearing a baseball Cap and carrying a Bat radio and two suitcases the travel or obviously was headed for the Spring training Camps in the South. I want a room for four Days he told assistant hotel manager Clifford Crook As he walked up to the registration desk. He had ready Cash a Roll of $168. But he did t get the room. The fellow on the move was Blond 8-year-old Craig Hopwood a third grader at Baltimore s West View school. He explained that life was getting very monotonous with Spring s arrival and he was thinking of heading South to set the baseball players. He had packed borrowed the fear of marriage stalls divorce Denver up mrs. Alma per Kins 56, of Denver asked judge Joseph e. Cook for n divorce. Mrs. Perkins told the a Ridge her husband. John. 67. Of Fresno Calif deserted her nearly 27 years ago. The judge asked mrs. Perkins Why she bad waited so Long to file for divorce. I was afraid if i got divorced might go and get married again.1 she said. And i did t want to go through anything like that another $168 from his fathers slipped out of and hailed a taxi for-1 the hotel. Crook matted called Craig s dad to him. To actor on dope coi Hollywood 24, who plays the father knows Best been arrested by she and booked on suspicion Ien driving and posses Juano. Officers said they St car at 4 . Because it driven in an erratic was alone. The deputies said plastic bag containing geared to be marijuana the car seat. Gray dented referee files suit Waterbury. James Ritchon has damage suit against Bridgeport conn., for feed when he was basketball Gam Bridgeport High month and allegedly marbles thrown on spectators. House Burns but dog s Rescue save Dallas a the tears of three Small children were turned to cheers when fire Captain . Parker battled his Way into their flaming Home and emerged with the family s pet pekingese. The fast spreading flames had sent the be. Adams family fleeing from their Small Frame Home in Northwest Dallas. The parents barely had time to get their three children Carolyn David 8, and James 2, out safely. Then they realized that the dog Ming toy was still inside. Adams dashed into the House but was driven Back by the smoke and heat. Mrs Adams tried to enter the Home but her husband re strained her. When. Parker arrived he was met by the three children tears Stream ing Down their Cheeks who begged him to save their i sap Pear de into the House behind smoke and flames. He emerged moments later hold ing the Limp pekingese in his arms and covered with As the children wat put the dog Ore the cupping his hands Over Mouth began blowing the step worked and stirred. Then part str. 3 oxygen mask Over the dog staggered to if by but alive Adams forced out illness three weeks dog s Rescue overs 1 by s loss of a Home

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