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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 29, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseAdmin lion is about at Economy should three months a economic and not fall proceeding at a administration a upturn will be As it is Likely Unzem per cent by figure he called Illey of an income recovery drive Bell said that if the president finds in mid april that the Economy is not Respo Dingas it now 1$ expected to do t assume he will consider very seriously the idea Ofa temporary tax Bell warned that the country May face increased rather than reduced Federal spending in the years ahead unless alarms reduction agreement is reached. Defending president Kennedy s sharply increased budget estimates before the com Mittee. Bel said the Eisenhower administration s Jam Lary estimates were in error for both the 1961 Anil is62 fiscal year would have brought deficits instead of the slender surpluses Eisenh Werr predicted. Bell said he insisted did or Kennedy in Bis tin Are not in themselves unbalancing the budget Fri Liin his prepared statement the budget chief said budget outlays must be geared to a Large. Country enjoying increasing population and production with the Job Jig at Ion of carrying on world leadership plus nicking major advances a Well being at i. the latter Aims. Bell testified Are fur the a by the president s proposals a for expanded efforts and outlays inva pm education health and welfare. Fit Wou Idle a serious error of v up blot policy As Well As false Economy l these Public programs on an. school issued Amer Uilham Teclu opposition to to Tourch and seconded Prw-1 that Reid gout. Schools should at a loan pro Kabool. Or Ken i. Catholic group made t statement filed ind hous tub i adminis Bias memo to defense Heads Mcna Iiara stress Washington he peace corps form 1 -.-. ,.,. In ilme tided Tiff right schools to of the Constitution i a amendment a petting an if cat Congress the making of fib Udink Loans to j elementary would be sup various not Jur Tieran k also1o schools in which n jev79on wine opis p a department Toad Brandy from a i on which Tariff a. Was asking that from the domes i increased foreign be. Conceit Kiona Only could be granted under he Oen in tariffs and government Canto the domes withdrawing All items from the wrote � Republican told wine an losses . By. Robert lion of contend it for refi Ibsine Tota the court simply issued Aini Arderi that Jet win hear the Appeal Date for argument who be is to la Ter the court s action may7fcayej some -. .,-.--- i i s1ghifi Nee since j y/-1 in Aurora it loud i his Ramiv and his car were reunited six. Hours. Aft Erff he hit reported he. Could t remember where he had left t hem. Butco Loucil hauling his belongings to Omaha from Chicago in a trailer behind his car. Turned off Highway shout seven i Lea i West of Aurora when tire w it Flat in hitched ride to Aurora to fix the tire but could to Tirotti his Way Buck to the car a Herr his wife and infant daughter Yere a itch it i author tics found j he. Ear about j noon but mrs and the girl were missing. The search con United another half. Hour. Before mrs. Lacfi lout t. Carrying Fth child was. Found walking Down of up Ali the family Resi Mcd the trip to Omaha via Iowa. % Ockle Komnik of Arlington v�., look Over a Roll Aton. The 2 Philadelphia a Charles Hicks. 3i, trying to break into a movie theater. Jell 30feet Frona a fire escape and was impaled by a Fence. He wis killed. U new York has the White House acquired thousands of dollars Worth of 18th Century Lurn lure in one swoop or was there nothing to suit the first lady s fancy in one of the biggest collections of its Type Ever sold Horn it was still a mystery As the Parke Bernet galleries completed 8 two Day auction of the collection of Sui Century cab network and decorative object accumulated by the late Reginald m. Lewis of Eviston. My apparently Only two people hold the answer to the mystery a Wilmington dei., antique dealer and mrs. John f. Kennedy. When the president s wife was visiting her earlier last week gallery officials and newsmen watched for Duys to see if the visitors to the pre Sale exhibition of the Lewis collection would in clude the first after All she had announced she wanted authentic 18th Century items its part of a plan to replace some i the White House furniture which do1 hot have historic connections. So far of anyone knows mrs., Kennedy in Vejr. Paid the expected visit to the gallery the Sale ended with the buyers bidding a total of for the collection but a gallery spokesman said a Secretary Buhe first lady called and requested a catalogue of the offerings be sent to the a. Most of the buyers were dealers Olio said at were acting As agents for private cd Many of them have be a agents for the White House ?. The question was asked of nearly every dealer present and the answer was almost invariably to. But one dealer David Stockwell , gave a slightly different answer he would neither confirm nor deny ,.,. $,.-."A whoever his client Stockwell bought a total it. 530,373 Worth of Antiques which alone Cost $19,000, there hit been a widespread As sump Tbs that it was. Deterring a Tinnion Sheun a Casein Tiibi num. other it ruled inn encase opt epic the Deutsch. Caie Wim argue hernia Liveright former or Grant do Rector Orleans to station Wasu and Norton Anthony fetus eur a Yel Low Springs Ohio engineer.1. .-.-. These other ind Lvi duals also appealed to the supreme court the court Anni punched no a ctr As t their appeals but it is possibles the Shelton Case i May deyet6p some controlling ruling Salto All. Among bother court struck Down a Georgia Law while permits a. Defendant t to i criminal Case to make v an unworn trial statement without i guidance of -.-".counsel. The court held unanimously that this violated the Pon Autu it Ion s due pro Esa clause Iudin one Tea. Table installing tipped Anas Rbar Amiga off / i cd i = a. A. A a i a 1 -lj7-/ a Kyj i i v

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