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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 17, 1963, Tokyo, JapanRuss wheat talks bog Down Washington a the wheat Deal with Russia apparently set in motion by a new shipping rate formula appears once again to have hit a Snag. After meeting with a soviet Trade Mission Here a new York dealer told the Washington Post they told us there was no use Washington Upit h e Commerce department Friday granted an Export License for the shipment of $8 million in wheat to communist Hungary. It was the second application approved during current negotiations Between this country and the european communist bloc. The department last week authorized the shipment of $7.6 million Worth of wheat to Hungary. Iii submitting at the same time the dealer said they asked us to be patient. They indicated some thing might be worked out in three or four the Grain company official who was not identified said he had been told that first Deputy Russ want to buy alcohol new York a Russia is seeking huge amounts of . Alcohol to make Vodka the Wall Street journal has reported. The russians the financial newspaper said in a copyright Story Are said to. Be seeking enough alcohol to make 45 Mil lion Gallons of Vodka. That s equivalent to about twice the amount of scotch whisky drunk in the . Last year. This much alcohol could Cost the russians about $50 million a fifth As much As the $250 million Cost of the 150 million bushels of wheat the soviets Are negotiating to buy from the . A spokesman for Joseph e. Seagram & sons the biggest distiller in the ., confirmed rumours that have been circulating among distillers and shippers Here " we have received an inquiry As to the possibility of the Sale of 30,000 tons of potable alcohol to the soviet Union. If negotiations Are successful we would request our government s approval. In the interim we have not applied for an Export License. Broker Fenner Dies at 87 Slidell la. Up Charles e. Fenner 87, co founder of a firm which later Beca me Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner and Smith died thursday night at his coun try Home Here. Funeral services were held saturday in new Orleans. Fenner was a co founder with the late Alpheus Beane of Fenner and Beane in 1920. The firm later merged with Merrill Lynch e. A. Pierce and Cassatt co. Fenner a prominent social and civic figure in new Orleans was a founder member of International House and a former president of the new Orleans Cotton Exchange. Trade minister Sergei a. Borisov will seek further talks with Ken Nedy administration officials. Prospects for completion of the $250 million wheat Deal with the soviet bloc brightened last Friday when the government set guidelines on the sensitive ship Ping Issue. President Kennedy had said the Grain must be transported on american ships if they Are available and the russians walked citing the higher rates charged by these vessels. Friday s formula specified that Only 50 per cent of each ship ment need go by Domestic ves Sels and ceilings were set on the rates . Ship operators could charge. Pittsburgh a the Man America s political polls now list As Likely to become the Republican party s presidential candidate for the 1964 National election sen. Bar by Goldwater hurled this charge at the Kennedy administration Friday night the monstrosity of government spending and taxing is sapping . Economic vitality and costing millions of jobs. The Arizona Republican called for a Long Range Federal spending blueprint coupled with evidence that those shaping our policies have some understanding of the Dyna mics of economic welfare and Progress in this free a free Economy cannot flourish under the Shadow of a sword clasped by a heavy handed government ready to slice off incentives to work to invest and to earn Goldwater said in a speech to members of the Harvard business school Assn. The conservative lawmaker said the . Economy should be creating at least 1.25 million new jobs every year to keep growing labor Force at work. But Goldwater said big Date Accident not age Georgetown Colo. A e. W. Scudder has announced that this skiing season will be his last. An automobile Accident has slowed him Down he said. Scud Der is 75. Millions of new jobs Are simply and sadly lost in the limbo of in vestments not invade risks not taken Enterprise not dared because of the Lack of Confidence that becomes a reflex As an Economy is regimented and James Berk owner of the North pole Barber shop in Denver takes extra care when trimming the Beard of Jean Apperson who will play the role of Santa Claas again this year. Apperson has been playing the role for the last 32 years and his Beard is his own. He does admit however that he May use a Little peroxide now and again to maintain that snowy White touch. Up photo Job Rolls at record jump 700,000 in Morffi Washington a non farm payroll employment climbed to a record 58.3 million during october the labor department said Friday. This was 100,000 greater than the september total and the Rise came at a time of year when there is usually Little or no change. The Bureau of labor statistics said this represented a continuation of the pick up in jobs which began last december and which has resulted in an employment Rise of More than 1.3 million in the past 10 Moi its. The average factory work week in october remained at the september level of 40.7 hours. But just As the total non farm employment figure set a record for the months this also was the highest level for octo Ber since 1956. Factory workers averaged 3.0 hours of overtime work at Premium pay in october Only slightly below the record High of 3.1 in september. In the Auto Industry the work week was 43.4 hours with an average of 4.9 hours Over time. The expansion in autos continued at a Pace above the season Al rate and offset below seasonal activity in the steel Industry. Most of the Job gains Between september and october were concentrated in the service producing sector. Manufacturing remained about even. Gen. Cay in Madrid Madrid a army general Lucius ret arrived Fri Day from new York on a visit. Goldwater said economic trouble will continue so Long As political leaders remain fearful of Plain talk about what this fiscal and tax monstrosity is doing to the vitality of he said the Federal govern ment must have clearly stated effective procedures for develop ing and adhering to a longer Range expenditure policy. Barry Goldwater people in the news Mamie s 67th is a family affair Gettysburg a. A giant chrysanthemums filled the spacious Glass enclosed Sun porch. My birthday Flowers explained the lady in the flowered dress As she posed for photographers. It was Mamie Eisenhower s 67th birthday thurs Day. Hundreds of Well wishers around the country sent their congratulations to the Eisenhower farm near Gettysburg. Her Brief visit with the photographers was her first Chance of the Day to come downstairs. The first floor was out of Bounds for me she laughed. The family was planning a Small Cele the Celebration was a dinner with husband Dwight the couple s Only son John his wife Mamie Barbara and the Eisenhower s two youngest granddaughters Susan Elaine and Mary Jean. Two other grandchildren were away at school. . Relief Post filled United nations . Up Secretary general Thant Fri Day announced the appointment of Laurence Michelmore As commissioner general of the United nations Relief and works Agency for Palestine refugees. Michelmore an american has been in . Service for the past 17 years. Ship Hijacker seeks Asylum Montevideo Uruguay up Henrique Galvao refugee Hijacker of the liner Santa Maria is seek ing political Asylum in Uruguay it was reported Friday foreign minister Alejandro Zorrilla de san Martin said Galvao will arrive in this country Friday. The portuguese opposition Leader has been Liv ing As a refugee in Brazil most of the time since he and a band of gunmen seized the Santa Maria on the High seas Early in 19 1. They forced the Crew to sail the ship to Brazil where they sur rendered it to local authorities. Zorrilla said Galvao sought Asylum some Days ago in the uruguayan embassy in Rio de Janeiro. Portuguese Galvao his reasons for leaving Brazil were not immediately made # # Duke charged with slander London a a writ alleging slander has been issued against the Duke of Kent 27-year-old first Cousin of Queen Elizabeth the Duke s lawyers said Friday. No details of the writ were known except that it was obtained bar a miss Brooks described by London newspapers As a Middle aged spinster. Pacific stars & stripes 3 sunday november 17, 1963

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