European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 9 1962, Page 1

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 9, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseIrd feels Fry of wind lashed a & a i a 1 a in l 1 a i i r to Impact the 2hrtot7at left overlooking the Atlantic at sea we City xj., collapse shortly after m family of four fled to safety. Kight a Navy destroyer undertow from new York to Philadelphia is hard aground at Beach Haven winds broke the Tow tone. No after Hotova a utopian edition palk battered a pedestrian in at City. Kj9 finds us going Tough As he head into Gale winds to inspect damage inflicted by wave on the City s famed Boardwalk. Up photo stateside Srotir ulna Urr la the air Here or. Ebra ubanks re a Harbinger of Spring her Lawnmower. Iless rate is in . The a unemployment rate dropped to a Irr month Tow of cent of the work Force. Labor department had some goof news on the Job front Rose byte 65,789.000 Nlle Unzem it dropped by 7.20,000 to 3. Both futures were far bet i was expected 4 for this time it Kennedy cited the new at a news conference that february employment record for the month. He that economic recovery Stag noting there a inh last August and btmt.oiipa0et4.oohj state by state Survey of East coast damage new York 6 states a tried disaster areas As havoc mounts new York a tides dropped off thursday but boiling seas continued to Batter the East coast in the after math of the worst Winter storm Ever to strike the Federal government declared the scene of multimillion Dollar destruction a major disaster area. The action by the Small business administration made the states of North Carolina Virginia Delaware Maryland new Jersey and new York eligible for Low interest Long term Loans to rebuild storm ravaged communities. Estimates of damage ran far above the $100 million Mark. Meanwhile starvation and Peati Lence menaced survivors amid the ruins of their Homes. The agriculture department in Washington front. On Page �4, col. 9 gift Al Washingtton f a president Kennedy and soviet Premier Nykl tas Khrushchev have postpone their planned Exchange of vision talks according to White House press Secretary Pierre Salinger March 25 had been set As a tent Attye Date for or Kennedy to talk to the russian people vie television for Khrushchev to make a front pm Page 2f col v weather com hey inf he pfc a tilt Thant. A " run Kurt inv Vtha Lbw off lev by. Impf be Tow it 4 4 my. �. 59 43h h i 48 3t� 3� a tit 3� 23 r

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