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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 30, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and step Fri gets a footnote on Kennedy s cub edition arises Wil lining official passage relating a with John tit had written at Kennedy per the Campaign Thater. Kennedy and in Cuba aft Erml opponent had . Support of with full was jeopardizing the Security of a United state foreign policy operation Nixon wrote. He said that to cover up the secret support he had to take a Lew popular opposite position on the subject alter publication of the Book White House press Secretary Pierre Salinger said or. Kennedy knew nothing about . Sup port of a possible cuban invasion until after he won the Dulles the former director of the Central intelligence Agency and the official who briefed or. Kennedy twice during the Campaign supported the White House statement and sati there a been Here i believe an Hon est misunderstanding. My briefings were intelligence briefings on the world situation. They did not cover our own government s plans or programs for action overt or Nixon s publisher Doubleday and co., Slad he had requested that the second edition now on the press contain this footnote on the Bottom of the Page re lating to the incident sen. Kennedy was briefed on Cuba by the Cia representatives on july 23, 1960,at Hyannis sport. Mass. Press accounts at the time characterized this briefing As a nothing withheld rundown on the two hot spots Cuba and the Congo. The new York times on july 2hl reported t Sacii secret information a was added to the senator s fund of knowledge about world affairs will remain secret. But it provides guidance for his Campaign utterances Deal ing with foreign policy and defense an inputs him on the same footing As the administration s candidate Vic president Nixon however after the publication of the. First edition of this Book the White House issued a statement on March 20 1962, de Nying that the 2hour briefing covered any United states operations relating to Cuba.1." col airlines cuts Competition a the m1u-Iport service Forward a from compe aviation. And overseas., for example about 986 ill t a commercial withdraw passenger Verv on a hug program de and expand it deployment and Jeu props Al ready Are coming into the Mats Fleet in numbers and Many More arc on the Way. Although the objective la to modernize the Mats Fleet Many of the older models of passenger and cargo aircraft Are being leptin service until new equipment is department of defense be Gan cutting Back its scheduled overseas passenger flight about three years ago. Since then More and More passengers and cargo have been transported on regular commercial airliners or on charter cargo aircraft. Several reasons Are Given for the gradual withdrawal of Mats from passenger and routine cargo operations it May be cheaper to buy plane tickets for dependents military officers and men being transferred and civilians connected with the military or on government Busi Ness. Civilian aviation has complained strongly about the Competition of the government owned defense department wants to modernize and build up an air lift system for the exclusive Pur pose of having an aircraft Fleet available for use in emergency deployments. I&4if Victor Votuc to Tom Rometer poked int covering a Tow Larry bed in a Alvenus 0f fall Toni he found applied at it Rattaff the Fawi it Ontic Decem higher Tatum i protected Beds during Rem i photo Etc head scores misleading labels on food packages Washington up the chairman of the Federal Trad commission Etc said the govern ment cannot condone deliberate camouflage of the information a housewife needs on package labels. In a statement prepared for be Nate investigators Etc chairman Paul hand Dixon said food manufacturers were Honor bound to Telli Consumers in Clear language the j Quantity and specific ingredients of Market Basket items. He said the continuing investigation by sen. Philip a. Hart s sub committee had prompted Man food producers to review their packaging practices. Other measures ask but More needs to be done to insure that shoppers will know exactly what they Are buying Dixon told Hart s subcommittee. Dixon called on Congress for legislation spelling out specific packaging and Labelling abuses that will not lie tolerated. He also asked for a Law authorizing his Agency to draw up pack aging standards that would help clarify manufacturers responsibility for fair packaging and com plete accurate Labelling. William s. Bussey a weights and measures expert in the National Bureau of standards said some packaging practices were obviously wasteful while other defied the shopper to make an intelligent Choice. For example Bussey said producers of potato chips Market 71 different package sizes ranging Down from 3% pounds. Fair symbols thin pictorial study shows � Oil of space gothic Arches each with an electric lamp built to symbolize Man s quest for knowledge. The Arches Reitand at the Entrance to the $19 million . Science Pavilion at the Seattle world s fair. Framed to an Arch at right is the teen age singing idol Elvis Presley has received another award for his col Lection teen Magazine s Dampen inroad award for the most Dis appointing performance of the shored the dubious award with actress tuesday Weld. Results of a Survey among 38,000teen-agers showed Presley and miss Weld selected a year ago As the favorite motion picture per formers among the younger set in a similar poll were Given the Damp Raincoat designation for wild in the Troy Donahue and Hayley Mill replaced Presley and miss Weld As teen Topper in the esteem of teen readers for their roles a Parrish and Parent trap/11 Fason testing contracts Foro o .,.- Church denies wife s charge Mineola . A the roman Catholic archdiocese of new York dented a wife s charges that the Church broke up her marriage to a priest her attorney said the wife or Alice Ryan 41, of Glen head. N.y., has fixed a �3 million damage suit against the Church in state supreme court Here. Mrs Ryan,1 the Mother of four claimed in her suit that her Hus band Walter a. Ryan now a former priest living in san fran Cisco was taken from their Home on april 4, 1956, by use of Force and intoxicants and was held i monasteries against his with. Ryan 57, Denie the Church h anything to do with his. R i had left Home under a Mut agreement Vith met wife and not under the lhflunc0"ofhquor or at the insistence of a Iyotte he Jow newsmen. M = \ Ryan termed hta Crft a charges ridiculous and an n Hinaris reflection upon the Catholic mrs Ryan s attorney Phlp to Feir Rig Safet he received an answer to the lawsuit from two of the defendants the archdiocese of new York and Francis Cardinal spelt Man the Arch Pianoff of new Feiring said tha answer came from a a few j amount to it general denial t of mrs. Ryan s a

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