European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 26 1961, Page 2

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 26, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes Washington there have been other close circuit teat of pay to in the United states but the Hartford Experiment will be the first con ducted Over the has never ruled on the question of pay television.,but in1959to set Down conditions for Public pay to trials by television stations -. Hodges sees stronger . Economy soon Washington Cupi com Merce Secretary Luther a Hodges predicts the american Economy will improve greatly in the next 0 Day or so. Hodges told a House labor an education subcommittee the nation was in a utile trouble at the moment. But a said he believed this was about to change. Republicans on the House group immediately praised the former North Carolina governor for his Bright Are quite obviously not one of those promoting a mid rep. Edgar w. Hiestand. R calf Hodges appeared in support of president Kennedy s proposal to boost the Federal minimum wage from is to 11-25 an hour and bring an additional 4.3 million workers under its protective umbrella. Scoff at fears Hodges said he thought such above would have a Good Long run effect on the Economy. He scoffed at fear such a step might have an inflationary Impact rep Robert o Griffin. whether a minimum wage Boon might not harm retail the Commerce Secretary Pooh poohed this re not Selling anything in this country1 Hodges re just sitting Griffin also wonted to know whether the legislation might not result in forcing employers to Layoff some of the unskilled very Young and very and very Lazy Hodges added. Mississippians chased out by flood two vehicle outside an apartment House mia., Are nearly submerged by flood Waters from the Bowie and Leaf Rivers occupants of the building fled to higher ground. Belgium cuts . Ties from Prem a lip for two Brussels Belgium broke of diplomatic relations with the United Arab Republic the foreign ministry Secretary general announced saturday. The move followed violent a belgian demonstrations and the sacking and firing of the belgian embassy in Cairo after Tho killing of former Congo Premier Patric Lumumba in Katanga earlier this month. Asked about other countries where demonstrators damaged belgian embassies a foreign ministry spokesman said Yugoslavia in Indonesia have offered apologies while a note of apology has been promised by the -s.il,moreover, in Moscow work has Al ready started on repairing the damage at the building he added. One More problem for problem drinkers begun

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