Daily News from New York, New York on February 18, 1965 · 302
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Daily News from New York, New York · 302

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01 00 m w Q Cfl OS D SS H W rs w jz; a Q t Moses Back, Brushes Plea He Be Booted Robert Moses, returning last night from Spain where he presented two medals to Generalis simo Francisco Franco, brushed off a demand by City Councilman Theodore Kupferman (It-Manhattan) for his ouster as World's Fair president- Kupferman made the demand in a letter to Mayor Wapner, who also pave it the brushoff, noting that City Hall "has no jurisdiction" that it's the province of the Fair's directors. Kupferman complained that the Fair, which is trying to raise money for the 1965 season opener in April, has already spent money from advance ticket sales. Doesn't Know Councilman "Why, yes, of course, that's what it's meant for," Moses said at Kennedy Airport where he ar rived at 5:30 P.M. However, he added, it wart "not my idea," but "primarily" that of Thomas J. Deegan Jr.. recently resigned as the Fair's public relations counsel. Of Kupferman's ouster demand, he retortol disdainfully, I don't know Mr. Kupferman. I don't know anything about him, and I won't comment on anything he said." Moses said he and Charles F. Poletti, Fair vice president, who i" II (.NEWS foto by Seymour Wally ) 'Robert Moses shakes hands with Generalissimo Franco in the El 1'ardo Palace in Madrid after presenting the Spanish leader with World's Fair medal yesterday. returned with him, had gone to Spain to arrange for new exhibits at the Spanish Pavilion and to give the medals to Franco. Told that there has been some criticism of the medal awards, he said in annoyance, "Why ? We have been giving medals to heads of state, the Pope and others for a long time. It is an unbroken practice of the Fair." Moses was asked about the opposition in Rye to the proposed bridge between Oyster Bay in Nassau County and Port Chester in Westchester. Moses said Rye would not be affected, then added, "But suppose they are." Gold Bill Wins Senate Round Washington, Feb. 17 (News Bureau). Administration forces in the Senate won the first round today in the drive to pass President Johnson's gold bill. But a final vote was put off until tomorrow. By a vote of 48-16, the Senate defeated an amendment proposed by Sen. Peter Dominick (R-Colo.) It would have reduced the gold backing for both federal reserve deposits and notes from 25 to 20 ', a for two years while a special commission studied the balance of payments situation. - The Administration bill, already passed by the House, 300 to 82, would end the 25 gold backing required for bank deposits alone. It would free about $5 billion of the nation's $14.9 billion gold stocks to meet foreign demands, which have been rising. i SPECIAL WAREHOUSE RELEASE c WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY SALE THURS, FRI., SAL, I MON. 9 to S $5 DOWN CREDIT BY PHONE CALL LE 5-5000 U3 ROOM HOUSEFUL 0FE UiiCLAIuED FURNITURE DIRECT FROM WAREHOUSE 3 ROOMS NEW '189 CrMIt Mtr. mm mtMt mmi. 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