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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 29, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse1962 the stars and stripes id Stock to double by 1965 a strides by 17js. Forecast by 1965 will More than of nuclear War growth in . Related in sup that America Surprise nuclear demolish in at a Magazine heard the second Day of policy briefing session at the state department names of the speakers or their agencies could not be quoted i news stories based on the information Given at the sessions. How Ever High authorities could be quoted generally As saying that the defense department is under a primary requirement from president Kennedy to have enough strike Back capacity left Over an initial enemy attack to defeat the attacker. Because a second strike capacity must necessarily be much larger than first strike capacity the retaliation occurring Only after dam age from the initial onslaught the United states obviously has More than enough Power to strike the first blow if it desired. The United states will still be using b52 and b58 bombers through the 1960s and into the 1970s, although missiles will As sume growing importance in . Defense setup. By about 1965 the Long Range b52 Jet bombers will have Sybol missiles which will allow them to fire at targets 650 Miles away. Theair Force s proposed rs70 super sonic Craft could Only hit a targe from about 50 to 150 Miles Distant and both the b52 and rs70 Are Likely to be shot Down Over a enemy target. Us. Intelligence estimates on soviet missile strength have Bee revised downward substantially in the last two years. That is Why there is no talk now of a missile Gap. Could Portage leers a a govern says that women the ultimate answer shortage of engineers and missile work. Chief regional re the National Aero space administration we re definitely High school Andin interesting women we How we re going to personnel out a said in an interview. Pro this comments As he of Talent Hunters from its of the aerospace industries joined be project for inter ers assembled her convention of the radio engineers than 60.000 expected for meeting it was estl10,000 members will a late a possible switch and 1,000 will make a rfcs passed the half Waya nationwide drive i last full to add to its pay professional level pm june 30.the engineering Short science found estimated that 81,000 f waiting for 37,000 Grade rec turned out by College Bilies last year. Name s the same while it appears to be Gianfa hat the object in the hand of John p. Kennedy actually fit him and he is getting ready to toss it into tiie political ring at Raleigh . He Hope that his name will have a Little of the magic that it had for president Kennedy despite the difference i Middle initial. This Ken Nedy is seeking the democratic nomination to Congress from North Carolina if he wins the nomination election is practically assured. Up poet honoured on 88th birthday Frost sparkles in in to keep horse Egton Sardar but that Somei jams she received would in museums and some of including two Royal Tiger cubs in zoos. Will be flown Toon a military air Trang irate plane. Fitness week pen May 6 Ston a president has proclaimed the weekday 6 As National youth week. Iture strength welfare Andrest of our nation will be in Large measure by spiritual social and fitness of its people i issuing his Procla wash1ngtqn a poet Robert Frost got a medal on his88th birthday and tossed complimentary nosegay in All directions to president Kennedy to former prisident Dwight d. Eisenhower and even to soviet Premier Nikita s. Khrushchev. The White thatched patriarch of letters his wit sparkling like Spring Sunshine in his new eng land Hills had this to say of Kennedy a Nice Irish weak Ness for a Man with sense enough to set up an office of Fine arts in the White House and leave deplorable words like aesthetic and cultural out of the Agency s title. Eisenhower a Fine old dignitary a Fine old there s been some cheap criticism off him but what Are they talking about he s a Friend of mine a admiration of Khrushchev what a Grandman what a creature he s an enemy of mine of course but think of his fears of us in front of him of what s around him of the politburo behind him. And it does t seem to bother him a Day of course he May slip but he s a All this in reply to queries at news conference. At the outset Frost said no he did t object to having a microphone Hung around his neck. "1 Call it an poor old ancient Mariner had to Wear the conference was held in room housing Woodrow Wilson s books and Wilson was the Oneman about whom Frost had reservations look around at the books an you la see the limitations. Someone said he was so Busy he had notice for frills that s one Way of looking at poetry. A Noble conscientious Man but he strained himself. We need somebody who Isu strained who has time to read poetry and Wear the poet called at the Whitehouse where or Kennedy presented him a special medal voted by Congress for contributions to letters. The president noted that it was a Una minus vote the Only thing they have been Able to agree on for a Long time it was quite a Day for the four time Winner of the pulitzer prize for poetry. Among other events he was taken on a tour of an exhibit of his life and works at the Library of Congress. Later More than 200 leaders of government and the world of let ters honoured Frost at a birthday dinner at the ornate pan american Union. Dip forecast in Economy by Hodges Washington a Secretary of Commerce Luther h. Hodges said America s Economy will operate below the expected level through the first half of 1962, but not enough to be Hodges told a news conference that the Gross National product Gnu the value of All goods an services produced will fall to match through june the forecast son which the administration s Jan uary budget message was declined to give any probable figures for Gnu but other source said the annual rate for the first three months of 1962 would Beabout $550 billion. The original forecast was for $553.5 billion. Takes 1st step Hodges was the first administration figure to concede that the Ond Quarter forecast of Between $565 billion and $570 billion will not be reached. I think generally speaking. The pattern of consumer spending about which we have worried inthe past few months has gotten a Little brighter he said. He note that personal income is Back at record Levels while Auto deliveries Are running 25 per cent higher than a year ago. Negro coed is Beauty finalist Knoxville Tenn. Shapely negro coed said she was pretty excited about being Cho sen a finalist in the miss Knox Tell Beauty contest Barbara Louise Desadier 20, the first negro contestant in the an Nual City Glamor pageant will com Pete with 11 White girls april t for the right to represent Knox Ville in the state Beauty pageant in july. This is something new and Dif Ferent for me a Challenge really she said. I Don t feel i should act any different because of my color no matter what part of the coun try i m in a native of Chicago who place third in the miss Bronze Chicago contest two years ago. Miss de Sadier said she entered the Knox Ville pageant because i wanted to see what 1 could Tough race on tap for . Senate seat Columbia . A go. Ernest p. Hollings has announced he will be a candidate for the a Senate seat now held by Olin . Johnston who has served continuously in the Senate since 1944, is expected to announce his candidacy shortly. It is expected to produce one of the hardest fought campaigns in South Carolina his tory. No throne rivals presidency Truman says Buffalo . A former president Harry s. Truman said no emperor King or dictator in history Ever Rose to a position of such Power and influence As the president of the United states no holds. Or. Truman described the office of president in a political science lecture at can Isis College where he was awarded an honorary Doc Tor of Laws degree. Informally to newsmen student Sand the general Public the former democratic president commented on a wide Range of subjects in his typical everyday vernacular. On negotiating with the russians Over arms control or anything else or. Truman said i would t Trust pm across the Street if i could see what they were on resumption of atmospheric testing of nuclear weapons by the United states suppose we d stopped Edison after he developed that first Little electric Light bulb maybe on reports of growing conservatism among College students it s a made up . Truman said he favored fed eral Aid for Public education but not for any private schools including those supported by religious groups. When a student at Canillus which is operated by the roman Catholic Jesuit order asked Why he opposed Federal Aid for private schools or. Truman replied witha smile because i m agin the former president said How Ever that he favored having a . Ambassador to the Vatican the Catholic Church s headquarter sin Rome. He described the Vatican As the Foremost listening Post in the world and said his inability to persuade Congress to approve creation of the Post of ambassador to the Vatican was one of the failures of his administration. In his lecture or. Trumam described the president and to president As lobbyists for the 150 or 160 million americans who cannot afford professional lobbyist to Advance their in threats with. Congress. When a president does that he is a Good president or try Man said. And most of the have done this. But some of th8 Haven t some of them have retire to the presidency and it Didat work out very Well for the country when they did.". He did not mention any name

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