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European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 30 1961, Page 3

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 30, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseLow news. Cession in Annalize 3 possible. A of con China. T on and of weather political Tion of to bring Turchina to question peeping my he i fan Lute to such in an Issue what the free this ques make an to the problem to the world plans canals Jodi Progress on plan for one to with Southern 4tfeer to irrigate ,jgfcl4 plagued Steppe t of Volga and ural under Way on a lit to the Elbe River r with a waterway to Kiev in the German news Are map Between the Wren that with Channel will1 of the Vole and prognosis Paris traffic to get sicker Nosis by Morton p. Get Debbord surfs farts Bureau Paris is the most succinct official explanation of Why the Paris traffic situations what it is awful has just been offered in a handsome 60-Page Booklet issued to the Pressby the Paris police prefecture detailing its operations and problems. In the Section devoted to traffic control headed rendering circulation possible the Booklet declares that the police must super Vise the movement and parking of 1,300,000 vehicles in 1,690,000 meters of Public even tripling the estimated Street length to take account of the fact that the average Street is three lanes wide this Means there is about 12 feet of front to rear Street space available for each vehicle in Paris whether it is moving or stationary. When you con Sider the number of buses trucks and Fin tailed american cars vying for their share or More than their share of this quota the advanced hardening of the traffic arteries is understandable it is necessary says the police Booklet to combat the offenders who paralyse Bot traffic movement and the prefecture s figures show that the illegal Parker is the principal foe. Of 1,989,848 traffic summonses issued in 1939 the last year for which figures Are completed1,754,985 were parking tickets. The figures for 1960 Are known to be higher and the cops have been ordered to be even tougher in 1961. For the Driver in motion Paris traffic i frustrating enough for the would be Parker it is becoming increasingly hopeless. The amount of curbside i area where parking is either entirely forbidden or limited to a spin and a half of the m i Nute hand around the dial grows larger each month. Thousands of new ears enter the fray every , As police prefect Maurice Papon Points out his corps of gardens de la pair is pre vented from expanding by an unrealistic budget. There is nothing for the police to do but write out More tickets. There is nothing forthe Drivers to do but get them. V 2 sides of the picture both wet a Washington motor tet uncover his car in � Capitol Parkin f lot m � new snowstorm bunk eted the area. Government employees were cent Home soon after noon when mow started falling. The Snow in the he Eta of that which nearly Kod the inauguration closed in the capital and in Maryland it 20 russians feared lost after Rescue try refused yell Shetland islands up Twenty soviet fishermen Are believed to have died in the wreck of their trawler alter another soviet ship told would be British rescuers to go had to obey Bruce Laurenson one of the rescuers said. Thepse russians Don t like to be Beholden to a the russian trawler Olen Evod trapped by 80-foot Waves and 100 mlle an hour winds smashed onto the rocks of the desolate Island North of the scottish coast Friday earlier the Kaza Linsk Parent ship of the soviet fishing Fleet had sent a strange sos please you take assistance that started a local Lifeboat team Rushing to the Rescue. But the rescuers while still in route to the scene received an other message from the Kaza Linsk we not want your help now. Go the distress is finished Theka Zalinsky was reported to have messaged. Wreckage found we Are annoyed Laurenso said. We could have at least looked for survivors. Well that i their Peculiar Way. Lives Are lost without cause other rescuers who battled the Gale to reach the scene later found the Olen Evod sunk off the yell coast with Only its two masts jut Ting from the rocks. There was no sign of survivors. The other nine ships in the rus Sian Fleet refused to take radio Calls and the soviet embassy i London denied knowledge of the wreck. Americans aboard seized liner listed Lisbon

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