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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 30, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseI but expected soon travel ban by Man hinted in Pentagon of " " govern Milit by resume by officials announce hint one is Ive and Chu i air Force and men was sus Pended nearly six months ago Ata time when the Berlin crisis Mili tary buildup was in fall swing. The defense department said then that the. Requirements for moving 40.000 regular army reinforcements to Europe made Neces sary the suspension of dependent travel. This troop movement a Lon past but the Kennedy administration has kept the dependent travel suspension in Force As one Way of cutting Down the still bothersome Drain of Gold and Dol Lars. President Kennedy told Congress wednesday that the flow of Gold and dollars out of the unite states is continuing and confronts the nation with a serious prob Lem. A the services have urged that that mra restriction be lifted it a moral problem and inhibiting re enlist cents. Secretary of defense Robert hinted As much in a letter to sen. A. Willis Robertson,d-va., in which the Pentagon chief said the suspension policy now i generating very serious personnel problems for the armed forces at the same time. Mcnamara indicated other Steps May be taken to control the size at the military dependent population , Secretary of the army Elvis j. Stahr or said in speech prepared for a Bethany College convocation in West Vir Ginia one of our great needs at Fco to. An Page 84, cot. It european edition the and in Navy air Force of to . Force Europe North Africa and the or adj Eail 344 a Friday March 30, 1962 s a no Daify 10 ent sunday Clarke orders escorts on Russ Mission trips from press dispatches Heidelberg the . Army thursday announced it is suspend ing Normal tour activities of its Liaison Mission in East Germany and the soviet Mission in West Germany May travel Only with american escort. A army spokes Man said suspension of / nor Mal tour activities meant members of the . Military Mission in the soviet zone of Germany will re main there but will not conduct their regular patrols around the dispatches 1 Aires Senate pres Llaria Guido reversed vac sworn in As pres of ousted to Presl thursday. Buted his taking office a tation athe Arm Ycasa Tosada govern in an obvious attempt Cuido from exercising u the n Way sworn in military chiefs earlier. They had ousted presi i from Idrizi in a bloodless placed him with his successor. Was mown under arrest prison of Martin i a few hours after he air Foiw commander Vaca Ron fir tied that was Undi a arrest and confined on Martin Gar the same prison where Juan a Trout was once member of Frondizi and Radical party Over As head of the the air Force an Guido later issued a com i denying he has accepted of the nation tent that Frondizi deposed came about 24the military com l ent out orders to theto Lake Over key installations through itry. It Eside Fiji in we. Chi Harold up mined to county Keberle a wast f 1m mile an hour be a Tad to get Home i asleep Wagner was guard Mission is. My guard Entrance to soviet military Hundon area in Frankfurt in Wake of an order prohibiting Mission members from Raveling without . Army escort a photo communist operated Bruce c. Clarke Usa eur commander in chief announced the suspension in a statement terming unacceptable a soviet reply to his protest Over the shooting at an american army vehicle March 20.Clarke termed the reply by soviet marshal Ivan s. Koniaev unacceptable primarily because Koniaev did not assure the safety of .military personnel in the future. Koniaev is the commander of soviet troops in East statement issued from Clarke s Headquarters said the Gen eral indicated that Liaison with the soviet forces gain Germany would be maintained however soviet person Nel accredited to Clarke at the so Viet military mis Sion in Frankfurt will be permitted to carry out their Normal duties the state ment said but Only with . Army escorts out Side their Frankfurt compound. As a Means of preventing further deterioration of relations Clarke said he expected to continue negotiations with regard to the easing of the restrictions imposed and the restoration of Normal mis Sion activities on both to do tins Clarke suggested hand Koniaev Confer on this matter at an Early american military police took opposition around the compound and at the Gale to the soviet Mission in Frankfurt shortly after noon. Thursday. Two military policemen guarded cent on Page 8sj cot 9 Clarke . Seeks to prevent excessive action in Berlin Washington a presi Dent Kennedy said thursday the United state is continuing to talk with the soviet Union on the Ber Lin situation to prevent any excessive action by one Side. At a news conference the presi Dent stressed the urgency of the Berlin crisis and declared the Situa Tion is a difficult one of vital con Cern to both the United states an the soviet Union. I think that both sides mus realize that any Effort to push this thing beyond a certain Point could result in a great damage to the vital interests of both countries and would Lead to All sorts of hazards he said. We Are anxious to see if it impossible to prevent a situation Aris ing where excessive action might be taken by either Side to Advance its own interests which would Lea to a response which has a Good Deal of potential danger in or. Kennedy opened the con Ference with a statement on nuclear testing which again stressed that the United states cannot accept a test ban treaty which Lack inspection safeguards. He accused the soviet Union of flatly rejecting All inspections but said the United states is willing to continue negotiations to see if a treaty can be agreed asked if the United states court Justice Whittaker resigns run Rowan Tim 4 a unt 14 14 at Tofu Al m m Altai 05." � Betti of 49 n Era Natl m 57 Ltd Rita r Tel my Pwu raw Dtta of Turfa Cononi Putty ".4$. 4 4m, it atm to h Muakka it 4110 r 4 a Otto. " we Thor strife

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