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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 20, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes a Fouth to world such Wilkinson foot University of is Owens. The do and Broad us part in a one on youth fitness health. Education Abraham Ribicoff a Nett a about 90 per roognlzo4 Leader inc to physical fit lilo produce some Lor helping Amerl i achieve and maintain a of physical is the new chair president s Council on of youth Presl May attend one of tuesday. General delegates will meet in work groups and i id which us Federal can strengthen its affecting it physical tit yet Tutti. The delegates will mention on increased of the Federal f Overn a tilt in Olalea and i tend private organza the National Effort of youth physically fit. It now director of you thin Chicago _ other delegates expected heat named Daniel Ferris of Amateur athletic Union Tehson president of the . Committee and Carl a. Or. Of the National Edu association Jfe Groes May be in line As envoys York idly Salute is dropped Thunder pm sleeping . Stork it was t g and a Lovely time it. Univ the Shooti Niyork Harbor of persons in the Shatlan and Brooklyn in the Harbor were by the 6 30 on. Polk with phone gun boomed and boomed again 41 times. It turned out just to be an Exchange of Friendly salutes betwee the incoming British aircraft car Rier Ark and american soldiers stationed at fort Jay on governor s Island in the Harbor. The Carrier arriving to pay a Courtesy Call an naw York fired a 21-gun Taivo in passing fort Jay. The fort responded with a Salute. Fashion tips for Pooch Mink Coats pyjamas new York Well dressed dogs of today Wear $110 Mink Oats $15 pyjamas and the High fashions of fifth Avenue. Ermine silk Muslin nothing is too Good for the pampered Pooch. At least not for the master or mistress who can afford plenty can. Considering the prices they pay. The Well known fifth Avenue form of a Altman and co is no showing its Spring fashions for canine customers with Couturier Louis Levine in charge. Levine could take a Flea bitten pot hound and make him the Pride of Park Avenue. From Paw to tall the Doggy duds at Altman s Don t come from the Racks. They re tailored from Tail to of All persuasions will want the latest fashion tips from Levine and Here they Are from Mutt to mastiff the Well tailored Aren t wearing purple any More. Purple was the Christmas season color. Now the style is hot pinks and other Bright colors. Designs will come straight from the mistress own fashion mag Azine. Dogs clothing follows their mistresses said Levine. In materials it s the Wash and wears this saves ironing. And in styles the simplest hard wearing lines always do Best. For Spring we re pushing the Trench coat Levine added Rajamma. Too these Tome in Black red or Green at about 515 per dog de pending on size. Then there Are Peppermint striped pyjamas at $15. For the after Bone siesta a Gold threaded cocktail set and a Illo Sapphire Ink coat obviously for High society scratches. No Turnly there Are accessories such As a Collar with an Orchid Corsage both charming and chewy but the big thing is shoes said Levine. I can t say much about them now. But they re com stranger to die in Gas chamber los Angeles up triple Strangler Henry Adolph Busch has been formally sentenced to die in the California Gus chamber for first degree murder of his , 29, an optical worker showed no emotion As Superior judge Edwin a Jefferson curried out the directive of a jury which convicted him of three murders nn-1 fixed death is the Penally for strangling mrs. Margaret Briggs 53, his aunt to Tab judge dented a defense motion for a new trial or to reduce the penalty to life imprisonment however the death sentence is automatically subject to a review by the state supreme court. A just Call me w. Averell Harriman says Washington up no that he s Back in striped pants and removed from the rough and Tumble Arena of politics president Kennedy s roving ambassador pre fers to be called w. A Crest Harri Man again but he s really no particular about it Harriman dropped the initial a for William while he was governor of new York and in later National political campaigns. Asked by a reporter what he preferred to be called now he re plied a. Averell. H a r r i m a Why he said no particular reason. You asked what 1 prefer to be culled and i told you. I really Don t Core use it any Way you wont to Bank Sells Bucks for Only 98 cents Santa Monica Calif a merchants Are always having sales or discounting this and ban president Aubrey e. Austinjr. Explained. So when it come time for Santa Monica Dollar Days his Bank made an announcement Silver dollars marked Down to 98 cents. The result was a Rush of customers at the sol non Monica Bank. Thirty were lined up outside be fore the doors opened. By noon the Bank had sold 2,500 Cut rate dollars Many to youngsters. A Treasury department spokes Man said there was nothing illegal about the Sale. You can give them away if you want 19"1 he added. A. T i certain jobs go begging la states Washington up1 in aft Raijon on the nation s economic recession thousands of specialized jobs Are going begging while nearly 5.5 million american workers Are unemployed / a. Government r e p o r t showed that a total of 17,954 jobs i Vari Ous Fields could not be filled locally lost month by the . Employ ment service. Employers reported shortages of engineers social workers teachers nurses craftsmen technicians machinists and instructors. For deaf children. Data from employment service offices stretching from new York to los Angeles also indicated lung demand for. Well trained competent secretaries stenographers and even Detroit with nearly 12 percent of its labor Force out of work reported lob openings for specialists who operate electronic computers and machine bookkeeping systems. Factory production workers however have found the no help wanted sign at nearly All of the 1,800 employment service offices. Labor department officials said states get Tot the department circulated to the50 states a list of Job openings which could not be filled in the area where the Job was list showed Job openings i december for 9,916 persons in pro fess Lonal and managerial operations 3,045 skilled tradesmen and1,713 soles and clerical workers the lost Angeles Long Beac area reported a shortage of Cost accountants for example. Teachers of the deaf were in demand i Toledo Ohio and Tacoma Wash. Librarians were sought in Wor Cester mass. Dayton Ohio and Fresno the skilled trades Field Sheet Metal workers were needed in new York. Philadelphia and Portland Maine. There was a demand for welders in Kansas City and Balti More whee new York and Balti More had shortages of makers and furniture finishers. 4the labor department said eng neers As usual were most in de Mand with 3,730 Job openings at the year s end. More than 1.000stenographer and typist jobs were occupations on the Short age list were chemists phys Closti toolmakers machine shop workers Auto mechanics and television repairmen. Civil War Rolls reveal atrocity Madison. Wis. Up Justin Schmiedeke Public relations director of the state historical society turned up a belated atrocity Story from an exhibit of Civ War began rolling a pair of Dice which had been on show there for years. Up came seven after seven. Somebody s Grandfather went through the War with a pair of loaded Nice judge rules gerrymandering in Alabama City violates Law Montgomery Ala. Up , District judge Frank my John son or. Has ruled the City of Tus Keg co violated Federal Law by gerrymandering the town s boundaries to exclude negroes from voting i the judge said the 1957 Alabama legislative act which authorized the alteration of the City s bound Aries "1$ unconstitutional and void in that said act deprives plaintiffs and other negro citizens similarly situated of their rights secured and guaranteed by the fifteenth a the judge issued an injunction permanently enjoining and r

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