European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 23 1961, Page 1

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 23, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseA 1& european edition & a a Coni Polaris a Wing re " new Dib its initial 0bom of Kipper _ trav water with it departed he 15. Record of to Mother no Sewolt in i Laad. Wide did Lee acting of Tiff Navy i Conciatu i i net Cabinet i sworn in Aid Day a til for an at United n Tojun exit Vias we a to leave. At Thein France at a belgian9uu, Italy Portugal chief i Uuele Karl in a Theof off of to met men of the now Cabinet and and cml 8 Vna a Malm Mador to the United nation who Nino Wilt inv Cabinet Tatu Prea Sdit Kenned bund with towered hot Len near the Center of the group Trews photo american spent $3282 billion on 960 goods services Washington up the Commerce department a report a that americans pent a record$328.2 billion for Good and Cerv ices lat year or it bout $1.82,1 for each Man woman and child in the country the Dollar total was 5 per can higher in fun in 1959, but because Price of Tome items Tow Laid or the phys Teal volume of Good and Rvl Cei bought by consumer advanced by Only 3 per cent. The department report showed hat consumer a pending a dip Ping a the year cloned. On often Onnolly adjusted basis Rogull sales dropped in november below fhe october level and dipped again in in computing its figure the department allow f for Normal sea ional fluctuation including for pm Arjile the skua Christ in downward trend paralleled it Clunet in person ii income and in Dunt Lull production in the lat two Moni Hii of 18qq. During the name two month unemployment Rote by 900.000.consumer upending climbed to n record annual rat of $.132 billion in each Quarter of 1960, after dipping slightly in Tho preceding three month to a $328.3 billion breakdown showed that most of the fluctuation occurred in Auto buying which Rose by $1 Bil lion in the fourth Quarter. Pur Chavez of household equipment tend furniture picked up a lightly but failed to regain the Spring level. Outlay for housing House hold operation transport Nylon tint other or vices continued their up Ward trend the november and december drop of $3 billion in the yearly rate of personal income who reflected in n similar drop in per Sonny savings. Dirksen fears High Cost for Kennedy program Washington Senate Republican Lender Everett m. Dark Umof Illinois suld sunday that president Kennedy win not get through he first Jine of Trees in the new Frontier without raising Taisea or Henvy deficit � old he foresaw trouble in Congress Over the Cost of or. Kennedy s expected legislative program and indicated that to another Republic unit would fight Many of the proposed m confident i la differ very markedly with Tho new president on matters of the Dirksen declared. He voiced h views in & Tele vision interview with sen. Kenneth a Keating. , the Council of Stato Chambers of Commerce warned that if the Eisenhower budget now before Congress is used by the new administration As Only a base for greater Federal spending Tho result Wilt by economic Boom and bust "un9n the upward upending trend is the Council an id in a it tement. There in Little likelihood of inn Cement of Tux reforms that Are need for Mound economic know her belter Aba Well to kiss clo5d today nuer Beuc Germany the european Exchange system1ms Lasut a a reminder that Auk Init Hatlon will be Conod monday for inventory installations i France normally c.1o�ed monday Abio will a closed tuesday Goldberg to Confer with Rockefeller Wagner on strike Washington Filion of Hie pros i Dent. Goldberg saturday offered to try to help nettle the 13-Day rail and ferry walkout that has hot thou Sand of commuter. Tackled the a Tatkoon a round the clock Bols Over the weekend on Rockefeller urging. Tho strike started won b60member of three maritime unions walked out in a dispute with 11rtitlroudh operating Hudson Rovt t Ink Neil Railroad were nth Octuk when us Erik in Bek a picketing Grant Central terminal Pennsylvania station and other terminals a a result of Tho sir let nil new Vork Contr us and new Haven Fenil service in and out of grand Coti Lenl came to halt tax Reform in not chosen a the fiscal Road to economic growth then the Rood will undoubtedly be Bugg r spending deficits and inflation. Dirksen no id if Kennedy s Tea Force reports on possible new government programs Are they arc going to run into billions and put the budget out of us tenth . $130,000 Cairo Cupo the us. Has Lienthe null Oil Arne Republic $130, esdent Kennedy net with Secretary of state Fean Rusk and under Secretary Chester Bowles sunday and received a secret report on Ovet pre meter Nikita s. Khrushchev a Alec with the us ambassador Llewellyn e. 5 Thompsonn Mosco Kennedy also Choie an under Secretary of the Navy who used to be n Kennedy s world Wor ii a boat Squadron. The under secretory to be is Paul a jr., a san Francisco business Man and a Republican. Pay Topp Udby at the White House briefly Dur a Busy round of . The president called a meeting or monday which to some hade appearance of an import ant National Security to the meeting were Secretary of state Dean Rusk de Ense Secretary Robert a my a Arnora and Mcgeorge Bundy the special for National Security House Prett Secretary. Pierre Salinger however advise newsmen not to read anything nto the meeting , in of first move in in ernationa1 affairs or. Kenned assured soviet Premier Nikita 8. A Khrushchev that the United state4 ready and in Sioux to join with in and other nations in work toward the imperative goal of world Pence. Or. Kennedy s message respond no to a Khrushchev Telegram of congratulations on his inauguration wus announced by the White House shortly after member of s Cabinet were sworn m. Or. Kennedy welcomed Khrushchev s message of congratulation. He Tohl the soviet Leader we Are ready and anxious to cooperate with All who & re prepared to Linn genuine dedication to the Naur Noe of n peaceful and More fruit Ful life for no Mankind president has sunday stroll Washington up presi Dent Kennedy walked part of the Wuy to Church sunday after pick ing up a newspaper at his old Georgetown Home and dropping inon a Nixt door neighbor full of surprises the president Rode out of the White House in a Black Limo Mulno. He Una driven this Home where he jumped out of the car with his youngest brother Ted Kennedy and a Friend. Paul Rod Faye. And paused on the Doorstep of i Home. He picked up his newspaper from on pan a. Cots weather forecast till maw cantle up Elomo a Runny for Futi it kit Mhz monday 3d, mint Tim 33 he it in ileum 3nilntmhtn 31. Eon to Ltd i ,1 no 4 . 1 4 a. 4 . Curllin 34 m i and Lii 3s s7 fun Kehrl 311 it pro 40 w a nil a 1 j hum 4i j7 r we tar Queen enters exotic East on Back of elephant Turmin to it Ittem _ Onnon in n to a inv Trottlr of ind Lill Lulu of Dkl Littler with tit Fott Good a a Jaipur Indin up1 Queen u Rode sunday into the exotic enl atop an elephant to match the brilliance of the Olephant m decorations pastel painted trunk and curs and a Gold coloured cover the Queen voc Al or trimmed with pen la in Gold embroidery and cont adorned with Blond Queen and Prince Philip Ore o 39-Ciny tour f in Daft and Paki Queen seemed & Little tells muted it first when the had to Tarp from a 2sfoot-Hfrh Ali inform onto the Golden How duh Carrier atop Trio elephant. But once she stepped Nerosa holding tightly tothe hand of her Host the in Hama appear Odom Jaipur to to enjoy the ride. Later wit tit not Lucr Hirkst on their forehead Tho Queen and print a Philip vols Llyd the Bakro Tita Village development Cen Ter near Jaipur tills in the Only Ujj stage the Royal couple u to ,r.ri4ta. The i inv Exton plus of ital fun country Ulfo women sowing Al lunge Craft livestock and living quarters

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