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Manitowoc Herald-Times (Newspaper) - February 17, 1956, Manitowoc, Wisconsin sad dart at m 0>s&fcttn Three Die Two Blasts Occur os 152 Jet High Above Strategic Air Command's swept Jet high oyer northern California late Three of the eight were to safety and m Three bodies vers recovered from the burned wreckage of nuclear weapon carrier which wu bused at nearby Air Force It ibe tint crash of a are manned by crews of Uw earlier BM ai ease of Ml N. Fifth by staff A storm that developed In from The storm brought oat snow in Highway Friday morning ice but that melting started Mississippi 1* Injures 3$ Others twisted ntM at a vat flar asna MM m ef a tat UW left * northeast a leashing ita might en tba ran ai tba state 8jfi5ffi^KSsMe--.ftp., Meetee County irar Sarah H. said J. waa receiving treatment tor cuts and The placed tha injury list at bat said of the victims needed first Aberdeen Conner said tba hated about sounded Ike four freight trains rumbling through tbe He aaM it tat luted saiy a thort the Is pre- Meyor A. G. Bright laid 1� were left Returns to Cold LONDON II came bama from tropical Africa today to c new her The and the a visit to as tha Bridie capital bused a that to a laa - Startled charth nod palaa refuted to confirm Dm nanan - tba story Aa eteta te to Hid IL was aba tba tba runac abaut tie ar ead abut are end by twa fcr aB of tba to Bream af tba at work waa to day and fari aa iha majar tat at Two m of cleared bvc away by it for afreet erm thie after a occasional mam awl Saturday colder tota ware to the tow la ami Two Riven Friday A report said many traffic was able to move After a cold weekend the long roafe indicated Food Subsidies and became had stripped off my and had oo and a aw in aad Winter concentrated punch in and Southern sod the rest of the la atato alee af tba SI k to U to hi mm m in R was within aa many days to ahw down streets been el the flew of which has Sato action at oos bidding m. he tin of rate for lending to per its highest level M Tba waa t i the Mg port m. lie which Uwe off has been abroad it ia when that government subsidies on milk and are to bo is to pay half a penny tor a joint ef mine end the hi em A penny is wertti a. liitto mem than an cent. Child bt Wis. Diet Atty. John said boy who died Tuesday at a Hospital said hoy died ef a skull An was performed by Dane county ia a cooperative with dark Mid in tight of the report he will caC the as Mr. Mrs. lohert next Dane Atty. Richard said Use finding snowfall in the state was at seven Coldest in tbe state Thursday sight was above at Park with the snow wee Warned for one in ol that child fell Harold ii ef Wgh died at his borne alter indicated it was a mere severe than the from a Death Penalty I $ Apparently Doomed in British Commons Eden Advocates Keeping Sal tows tH -' The Home of Eden's test to draft tbe death to Eden indicated the deputies would he hot r ' to the - - N It was understood no There was an explosion when wo were over said MaJ. HareM P. Korger of one of tna four out the imas A few there waa a second oat We were at 3t.0M: I my choto I had dropped quite a claimed control of the east Peruvian dry of today bet the said the rest ef the nation was end thing goes The revolt at San General Maes He had landed 11 ef Stockton after The other three survivors parachuted to in this about mOes of San They are MaJ. Michael U ' - - and Sat U. Calif. Their were They were to the air base of the dead aad missing The 1M1 hat a wing spread of US feet and eight huge turbojet flew apart in three great flaming sections like ban of esM Stowe of Parto had Ore and in There was no Yank at Berlin Fled Guardhouse Four Yearn Ago S. Army Pvt. Sidney Hay 13. of Tea was released from four years of captivity He was turned over to Army authorities in East bjd with two other Dec 4, from a. Peruvian Rebel Control of City Rest of Country Government Radio Declares Amason River port of President declared modified martial law tha spokesmen said armed throughout air force aad It 1 he spokesman indicated that still not in the He said naval forces on the which have base Just south of are participating in the five movement and are loyal the yp The outbreak came at a of National elections im Ji months away but ne have Efforts to organize a of various to peek a standard have Under the cannot succeed Ks July A at claimed the city of SMCO was in control of the It said the revolt was tod by SeS wM ' the after on revolt la im Be later served as minister of Justice and tabor under who was ejected president in Its 9099 Rejects Measure to bid Control on Prices w vim vetoed the natural gee Bitter Senate on the touched eft sn a by Sen. Case la a of that the of this a heny ef has accumulated that private a very at greet end have been as 18 of 8t to gate ' Ma pert Erto area tea - | Meyer received his rank from Clarence a member ef the to Pawl ei Joseph Boh Moore get a second dass hedge from Mim and 0� by Les President Gets On Course fmt Tim Since Attack dent Eisenhower got out on a golf course today for the first time his le heart attack and fired a she on tbe first e' as he stood on the first a smile on tbe to return to people the right of It said the is to giva the stace beut attack to slammed a wito his Up to then the doctors had restricted him to putting and a bit of practice wka his approach Ptra thai The President used an electric golf cart to scoot from shot to as he frequently did before his There was no advance word on bow many botoa be would Tanks for Smli Arabia SHrs v Dispute A stop la the early ashed today of W tanks to Saudi Arabia and off in the the tank tank B an of Called Rightists hil of betog a A said a group of extreme isto knawn tbe te hacking A government declined was accompanied around the course in Another cart ef which kand i George seid the Senate Foreign Commit too win investigate tbe Describing the proposed sale tbe tanks to Saudi Arabia as George said he was never consulted on tbe sale 2. State Department UA to tbe Middle after midnight State Department announcement ef the unrest in of nine persons broke German cab was being held to face of being and assaulting days after tbe authorities said the trio bad But - from Russian labor tost June said had seen Sparks in a Soviet he the Soviets arrested him in Berlin ia 1831. mother Mrs. J lives at The two men who escaped stories and many the East with were Tlw outlawed two organs returned from interference from Germany in June 1�M. He was j given a or able discharge and to Ave years ic Scott not been beard from since Are Small men Sparks 01 tor death would be m out the abolition is introduced j When returned to Wast death sentence h- * to ooe got the impression the President was not putting aa much into first drives as be did before his and they naked Snyder about it he the doctor arily examination Other officiate said meSy there are Plone Lost in Subarctic Area Sought t i a n k 1 coalition with police at a commercial center 89 miles of A general the both and the Arah They declined for the moment to give any shoot these hut said were all suspended fey the all s. Ambassador Abdullah MONTREAL W - At least 14 were today to a result of the Whitey Dahl to air force re- curity to hunt for the DCS thai - papers became waters of Hudson strait and thi toat it. beyond the News of the Impending our Editor Jailed WM the to 00 huy 80 on the promise of will The mm to to include William C. convicted of killing a 70-year-okj.svsi�ra�.m* on irae Robert J. 24. officer thai they would be for tbe murder of a SchuSs and Patrick taey were of Indian Kenneth H. - Minn. They left betog seat to ' Huge Flore on Sun Breaks Out Into Rash of Sun Spots jla after ft smart I w nan tog At about 'the Secretary C. State hi Meenese to Out Hagerty adding meant ' by He said In to a question thai IS saying the action log be meant waa being Mux react to the sudden reversal was something only time could The United Statos is about with of an tMs Air at to Stot ' a rie and Sen. grew oat ef a MM preme which aaM the toe i FFC had brary an the In Ms Journey measure stirred some of ttw ef recent years h Bm aad eat it oo to SI hy * Caw hit the hi Ss A headed hy Sea George traced fee to the funds of Howard The Stole was that Saudi to bad ordered the hut spring under a mt with this and that the sale m fatt White said lbe used Ss S. Europe Fears Food Shortage the was patterned year age hy the The KPC sed tha FPC Chairman Jerome ultimate cost of in the teng ran would not be lees with than if competitive were allowed free Opponents the WU with that They million a to bills and an to big oil companies of the The would comej the opponents enhanced values of knows -a other side came the argument that federal producers hew gas Shorter mean higher consumer in the hug the to the grand Jury investigation of the situation as stt to Senate said in his Legally of government are now engaged in Investigating this These investigations cannot be concluded before the expiration of the ten-day period which Winter Has Taken 611 Lives So Far Frezen i dent set upon the legislation LONDON un counting at least Si 1 deed fresn the worst winter of the believe I would not be tha today of my own duty were I to worth this before the of of already were activities In question have been the The and the Department of Justice To Storms May Affect Weather oh Earth ia mated worth more than so could a to create of it The Italian in the mieds of the and the area was haif a mil utry of agriculture warned it would be miles to the people and to j The Sacramento Peak ihe sun came back to from but ttw temperature was Eisenhower that ramp wwl in New le i below to T new burst tm top of a ski teams through to ef the he 'a it r m area ia which the plane magnetic to a only one to art ef He added U.S. Proposal offers a i Is because type ing in the way of 1'^ to hflp 08 setar j The weather so ef of of rtS man stay t 0"��*to* the Bat to ural is required under of D .as taA Italy Utw wdi adi accepted Arr f storm to to oral I Mud spots if sudden thaws * r * tw and sew teto te tft KOWe 00 md Huge in the sources of U tod the sad * died to a lew run thm mm - the wit he Aa tee af ges the an day and akt U Wee 1* sun * re- Store li swaja mii ihs w hn toe Taa raM was * t mm 1ftmf~ tMg and uw * m usi aa -t ai bi Sui use ma OMIt * km
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