European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 22 1961, Page 6

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 22, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseIt Thi stars and stiip1s chamber of Commerce Washington Upp thus. Chamber of Commerce said that president kennedy1 proposal to Boon the minimum wage would Faro employer to raise Price Lay off workers and buy mor for Jen goods but Walter a Uther president of tit aft Jio Tondut trial Union de Par Trent i Del a that a ft2san hour minimum wage would be inflationary and said h a needed to Spur industries toward greater filet nay Mutti loaf Loeung View were Prestod lir prepared testimony to Ahouse labor subcommittee consid ering or. Kennedy proposal to increase the wage floor gradually from 11 to $1.23 an hour and Tat ten coverage to 4,3 million More workers. " Tho chamber s stand Gal Post the president plan was outlined by Emerson p. Schmidt Ita chief economist and Eugene b. Sydnor or of Richmond va., president of Southern department stores inc., with headquarter in Richmond. Schmidt disputed the adm Nistra argument thai the wage Bill would increase purchasing Power and thus Aid in combating the re cession. " 5."x he contended the measure Actu ally would reduce purchasing Power by increasing unemployment and the Cost of living. Sydnor Ltd that if wage hour coverage i extended to the 33 store in his firm it would have to import More boost Price 8 to 10 per cent and Lay off 30 to 40 fit 739 employee. He Aid 324 of the workers employed by Southern a Niotis higher prices blamed for Gold crisis Denver Cio Contention that or kennedy1 proposal duh not go far enough Todo the Job. T a is while the do enl Trafton � plan represent Forward Progre a a said the Vehlen is lab Dequant Art the Pace too slow Reuther said rating the wag immediately to 126 an hour would and Nal of wearing Appari icing Home thu raise the a Inlet entry covered year t2ft next Lith end of to i Washington a on re in it lot farther fit the ttys Levi doll i Waller item son threw acro the 1 3of on Washington birthday Owa top 10.000rg�hto watch Boa Bau immortal Pitcher try to match the inify1o11aih air ,iin1ctw gov or Standard a new record for Gra Dinas Irondequoit Sui l mrs. Theodore g l unit Lin in i. 21, of this Uny Rochester suburb gov no thought to the number of grandmother or son has until Reading a rodent news Story that having six living grandmother a a 50-Mllllan-to-l shot. Thre Morith old Bryan Scott Dang Eimler has seven grand mothers the Story Tram Miami a d a top i surant company quoted ?80-Mllhon-to-l Odd fugal not having six living female direct ancestor in the ease of fight month old David Bland Powers. The list of living grandmothers for Young dog Smaler included grandmother mrs. Fultn Witt of Webster. ,. And my. Kavhyn Murdock. Of or wow. . Or a grandmothers mrs. Or a Witt and mrs. Catherine ruffle of Webster mrs. Augusta Scholl a of Iron Dequollo and mrs. Annn Dangelmaier of Rochester. Great gr4t grandmother Hymman of Irondi Jolt. With a w Merb boo Ted year. A you be got to keep an Eye on your u36 a truck Driver Joseph w. Still of suburban Paramount filed a bankruptcy Peti Tion in Federal court one neatly line listed among assets. One cat and one Guinea running through the line Wanna Ink line followed by the Nota Tion cat ate Guinea against debt of 15,237. Stilt had Lam Cal a aet Nof $319. A Piedmont aviation Pinna skids in safely on us belly and right Landing gear lit Seymour Johnson air fore bum Goldboro . No one waa injured in the emergency Landing. Tho Pilot brought the plane. In on a foam covered runway after in discovered in could t Tower left wheel up of to jul Isuf Bui Talvott univ Ridln Oakland cd. U 4 . And the 1,200-foot main run Way of Oakland International air port for Landing of dc7. That s when Kernel k. Wilson swung into the Mew of at High a pad upon gently ready to take off. In a Smull foreign car. The count Rol lower was cd till to t a emergency. I radio it Dis patched Crew chief Julius Colberg in n Slit Lon a on on n lire screeching ii n round tlu1 vast Airport. Cornered him alter Nti oui eight minutes. Col Berg cornered Willnon a 34-year old nil Stinn. In the Otic land in vol air St lion or ii. "1 wan trying to find my by Home Wilson exp Wilned. Liport officials lot hint to to Nikci a any Home via the Highway. Truck Shock too Grant howl i my Al a 32-Ycur old army off chair Man Frederick a Ford of the Federal communication commis Sion acc broke the news to n 10-year-old television fun it pretty hard to get the cartoons without the commercial. It Nuitt have been n blow to Little Carol Lovlyn jul noun of Mountain lakes n.j., even though the men Sage was couched in Homo language that May have baffled her Carol had written her Congress Man and senator complaining about the number of commercial sandwiched Between the cartoons and Coulch on to each evening. She wanted something done about Hep. Peter Frt Lllan Gheysen teen age girl Rescue brother Sihter in fire Jack Hon Mich. Falk Sherrie Lamarre was a heroine on her 15th birthday. Cent in her pyjamas she raced through jtmoki1 und flames to res Cue her brother and sister 18 month Ohl twins Charles and Cynthia from Thor burning Home at nearby pleasant Lake they Tiro thu children of or. And mrs a thur lamp Terri. Unemployed relievers strike against county if Ubbard. Ohio one of the nation s most uni Muni strikes has been under any in this Mahon ing county town for More Titan week the strikers Are unemployed. They worked on Relief orders for the county welfare department in return for their own Relief for the group were Tono a. Smith and Walter lands who called Thor organdy Tullon the Union of unemployed workers of Tho Mahon Lair they Are protesting policies of he welfare department which the commercial Carol had included in her Lettera list of commercial Sho logged during the hour of 5 to 7 , Dur ing a one week period. Ford wrote that he had told the station that you Are displease with the number of commercial they Are they Are Able to How few advertisements and still run their Bustow Ducq fury i think they would want to do so he wrote. Ford letter to obtained office of Cage who received a copy Story a hard Day the rape about Job of feet it och pitch a Washington sharing that Opl Ritoli he iut rep sol by launch admirer of tit Dent. Washington mid and could t Moi Talyta anger we against Johnson Cess. Johnson had played with the Washington club in 1927. Bloom apparently on the 1936 Width of 272 feet at the appointed tar planted himself on i Bank took off i to started warming and � nil fell in the Drini just Short but the big daunted. Facing the pc and the big crowd on bunk he Drew Back Arm that Hud whiffed and babe Ruth and left the Coin plopped in a about 10 feet Short. The big train took 61 coat und Vest. Johnson hurled agn old who plumb motion the Dollar glinting it. There were it Island deputies proposed Washington a a Gila ton to give Guam and american Samoa each a nonvoting Deputy inthe House of representative has been introduced in the Senate. And people scrambled official then came the of Johnson was handed a Mlott neatly inscribed Wason threw thin Dollar. Rappo Hannock River Fet water Johnson did. But Bloom Dian t Hoff. Lie said he had u Standard Washington not a version. To enrich things by Surveyor record a showed the Width of the to 1,320 feet to a Hon Road hog turns to be eager a Baton Weddell Bagg louver that Ted. Hog \ 4 " Waddell told police to would t give him Way Middle of the top my car from Over i Tail nud held nil Mil shelter

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