European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 24 1961, Page 1

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 24, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseIn the Snow � -3 a a Quirol in new York s know covered ont nil Park feast iu4d a the hand of City patrolman Michael Cipko Upin to my it a do indy jobless Aid Bill is House committee i ton a eth House ways and Means committee approved legislation for president Kennedy s billion Dollar of temporary unemployment aids. Leaden said they expect passage in time to meet the goal payments to the longtime unemployed by april 1. Committee version includes the financing plan favored by republicans and most business spokesmen who appeared before the committee. The estimated $990 million Cost would be repaid Dur ing 19g2 and 1963 by a temporary 4/10th of 1 per cent increase in the payroll tax employers now pay. The Bill provides for continuing unemployment insurance payments to rejects a in Beach. Fla . To n.y.-. Via Denmark new York a George Neu Worth. 57-year-old new York City Export firm president was in los Angeles on business earlier this week and had an urgent appoint ment Here at 9 . Thursday. He had a return ticket on american airlines but could t use it because of the airline strike. He tried to arrange plane Pas Sage to new York via Mexico. No Luck. And via Canada no Luck. So he of lev Home via the North pole and Copenhagen. Arriving at Idlewild Airport wednesday night in plenty of time to keep his appointment Neuworth told newsmen he took a scandi Navian airlines system Sas plane in los Angeles tuesday flew to Copenhagen by the Polar route spent eight hours sightseeing a the danish capital and boarded another Sas plane for new York. Neuwirth said his trip took 30 hours of which 21 were in the air. It was a pleasure. It Cost $700 but i la get $200 Back on my american airlines ticket. And. Of course. I can t be fired for spending so much of the firm s Money because i m the Boss. No trouble the Nuernberg Germany up instead of spending his own and his country s dollars for a foreign car. A us. Soldier in Europe can soon step Down to his pm and or Der one from Home. The european Post Exchange system yes said thursday it has signed a contract with Ameri can motors to Supply cars and is negotiating with other companies. The air Force Exchange Alex in Wiesbaden said Alex stores in eight countries have been handling american motors cars since november. Another contract was recently signed with Chrysler he said. An Kes spokesman confirmed reports that the plan will save Soldier buyers about 20 to 25 per cent of retail prices in the United states. The 20 to 25 per cent saving in the Price of the car is not expected however to include the Cost of shipment overseas from $125 to $150. The plan fits in with defense Secretary Robert s. Mcnamara s announced desire to conserve . Dollars by discouraging buying of foreign cars by servicemen. The yes spokesman information chief Victor Nitti said details of the plan Are still being worked out and negotiations Are in the final stages with several companies. We definitely Are going to carry compacts and probably a com cont. On Page 2k, col v stut Side Static Al Centro Calif. The City sent three fire trucks and two police cars to a Tynesa Juan haves Ramirez a mexican labourer mall a letter Ramirez who Speaks no English had. Pulled the fire alarm Box lever mistaking it for a letter drop. No charges were made

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