European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 30 1961, Page 3

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 30, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseAnd stripes of Germany a completely revised 152-Page of some of re wonders the old world Only a Whorf Bike 01 a sunday drive from Home. New available at a 1p�s Newsstands Washington up Resi dents of the District of Columbia the nation s capital wednesday gained the right to vote for presi Dent and vice president with Rati to the Kansas Madi 1t la official i com i n g the. 38tftsiiiteo Rati to. To tie. Measure. The i by it Reid enter to few vat Jis of Tahj be i re allege Fin Al k action wasjm8keiiy Morefi def Ocean Washington " Dent Kennedy wednesday asked Congress for extra Money for study a and use of Orea n resources. Say ing our very survival May hinge upon he requested a net increase of 594538,000 for spending on various programs Motif them the Ocean graphic studies and preliminary work toward development of n supersonic civil transport plane. The Money was asked for the fiscal your Starling july 1. Or. Kennedy provided details on programs already outlined in Gen eral terms in budget messages sent to Congress previously. The White House said the spec Ftp projects dealt with wednesday will not in crease earlier sending estimate for the new fiscal year. In one message or Kenned asked for an incr a a of $23,492,000 for the Commerce department chiefly to strengthen such research programs As the projects and to expand programs to promote Export Trade and travel to the United states other Mes Jfe in another message the presi Dent requested a net increase of $71.046,000. Chiefly to finance More Federal support o Basic research and education in the sciences and to conduct a preliminary study look Nir toward development of civil supersonic transport plane. For this project or Kennedy ear marked $12 million. His request included funds for10 or to graphic vessels Only two of which would replace existing ships. Securities group expels 11 violators Washington up lathe National association of securities dealers announced the expulsion 11 members for violations of its rules of fair practice. Those expelled were Tower securities corp., Denver Colo . Basart Watertown , Lan Gnu co. New York City first Security investors. Inc. Great Falls Mont. Diroma. Avetik & co. Springfield mass. E. A. Burka inc. Washington York securities inc., new York City E. Fowler. Donaldsonville a. M. W. Lambert inc . . Strand invest ment co., Salt Lake City Utah and Warren hamburger Jamaica . I i a ii so if � my " .7 to vis of ? set Long Gigl Mackh soaks up the Spring Sunshine at Cypress gardens flu., during it water it win of Holiday. Up photo h Eifes Genc ship a fourths pin District Nevet in i Harvot out to the Gresis passed a joint pissing the a mend Mertl to Hias been which governs enact Yot Irig capital -.-. The action by the Sta teak comparatively he., in Lar other amendment ratified Vaslee was the so i which St preside of 1 election i Pace duress ?. Through in 230.days/ a a pc congressional api Proy la. Of the amendment tract s Battleford Homey rue., a movement toward self was spurred by the award of state Hood to Alaska and a Wajc thro ugh. The " years the Ifft Abeen bitter oops Itin i from the South to granting a the. T Isi Ricc Home Rule. No Southern state Vas on the list of those Reifying the 23rd a. The last Coslit Tignal Amend ment the 22nd was ratified of years ago after being considered by the states for four years. I limits presidents to iwo terms amendment is 8th voted this a Iviry Washington a the 23rd amendment granting suffrage to District of Columbia residents is the eighth. To be in the Constitution this Century others with their gratification dates. Income tax Faith feb. A a sols popular election of. Us senators 17thapril 8.=. 1913 a prohibition Isth an. 16, 1919t, Wom Aiti suf Frage 19th a g. 18, 1920 Eli i Nutig lame Duck .session-61 con Gress and changing inaugural Date 20thjan. 23, 1933f repeal of prohibition 21st Pec 5, 10sj limiting presidents to twp. Terma 22p.dfeb. 28, 1951. ". Six we h found wrecked in Jungle Sydney Australia a army search parties have found the wreckage of six . World War ii aircraft in the new Guinea Jungle. Five were Thunderbolt fighters and the other o c-17 transport con taming the skeletons of 14 found of two Japa Nese Zero fighters and an aus economists ask $600 million in school Aid to needy states Washington up the committee for economic develop ment has proposed a Foo million annual Federal school Aid program limited to states with Low personal incomes to v. Houser chairman of the nonpartisan group s research and policy committee advanced the plan in testimony prepared for a mouse education subcommittee hearings on president Kennedy s $2.3 billion elementary secondary school Aid proposal the committee declaring opposition to Anaf proposal for general support of school systems on a nationwide said Grant should go Only to Stales where personal income per student i be cent of the nation allow 80 per often use this measure the total personal income of a stale s citizens divided by. It number of school children a to measure ability to pay foe school improvements Houser said the plan would 6arry safeguards to prevent states from decreasing their own school efforts when Federal funds begin coming in. Ralian fighter with the Phot a body Sull at the controls. Discovery of the planes was made within the past three weeks by patrols searching for a Light plane that disappeared on a flight to port the aircraft were found in the Central Highland area. The wrecks were spotted from the air and patrols were sen tone patrol took 1& Days to a Light its Way through 1& Miles of Jungle to reach the c47. It was ,70 Miles Northeast of port moresby in Good condition. The patrol in a radio message said the fuselage of the it was almost intact and a inc fuselage Good ,wag no information Here about the identity of the men who died in the c47but twas pointed out that they could be americans or australians being ferried in transport t " col Andrew e. Mcdavid us. Air attache in Canberra said the United states would maj Ever Effort to bring ther remains of the americans out of the train also will attempt to recover the body of the lighter Pilot. An jeep found in appeared to be in to j., y i v

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