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Daily Telegram, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1956, Eau Claire, Wisconsin THE DAILY TELEGRAM VOL ASSOCIATED PRESS EAU FRIDAY FEBRUARY UNITED PRESS Price 6 President Natural Veto Hits at Tactics of Backers From Press Dispatches dent Eisenhower thr bill produ pri The pros entlv will kill the today vetoed New York Senator Reports Pressure WASHINGTON AP S e to be determined by Inves Lehman said today Arabs Lose Tanks in Switch WASHINGTON AP With the White House taking ft the State Department today can celed a shipment of 18 A m e r Ican light tanks destined for Saudi It was not Immediately clear whether the decision would quiet all the clamor stirred up by an announcement just nine hours earlier that the tanks were to be shipped from New York later Nor was the reaction of Saudi Gore DTenni and Arabia will turn over to the S e n a t ther two elections subcom AT ANY the reversal 1 Mans had the effect of blocking the B52 Crash Kills Four City Airman Survives e v i mittce IsrealiArab j Inalural gas bill They said they intend to ex Announcement late Thursday which WHS approved by Thj waR ho fjrst selfish that the tanks were to be shipped gress after prolonged and bitter rpsnonse to lnvltatjons from Senf f or had brought denunciations from It is highly doubtful that Con gress will be able to override from Sen eress mhave e i r i ate investigators for evidence sepk hy iniproper use of efforts to influence ctrngrpssioii ial action on the bill to exempt the natural gas producers from cli THi SENATE approved th1 fpderal bill by a vole earlier and HIP I the Senate passer it by a narrow J09JM maigin last year Both votes are far short of the twothirds major ity necessary to presidential The President had override a left open LL JJIIJ NOT identify the company he referred nor finaiifial resources under their control lo inflnenre he e 1 e c lions of members of ongress and legislative The subcommittee action 1 o 1 i lowed a special Senate rommil tees invrsligalion of whether a campaign contribution re jected by Case RSD dur did he say its actions were iming the gas bill debate was an a number of Democrats in t h e Senate and from the Israeli Em bassy the Illcrly beyond our News of the impending ship ment was startling because the Stale in stalling Is raels request to buy 50 million dollars worth of American arms for the past several has pleaded it wants to avoid an But he said it had put j improper attempt to until the last the question of1 pressure on its employes to his whether he would sign or veto mail him postcards urging him The the He was under heavy pressure in both were the Senate and House be fore him In acting on the legis In the Elsenhower re jected the did former President Truman when similar legislation was before him in Until a Senate disclosure touched off an inquiry into a campaign contribution spurned by Case Eisenhower had been expected to vote for the He said the amount of pressure used would ec CI I 1 1 influence arms race in the Middle i it has said the sale ofj 1 committee isCommunist tend incident early next Cyprus Reds Plan Move to Take Isle to sign the IN A SHARPLY worded ob vious allusion to the offering of Eisenhower that said Since the passage of this a body of evidence has accumu lated indicating that private apparently represent ing only a very small segment great and vital to further by highly ftave been seeking their own interests questionable These include efforts that I deem to be so arrogant and so much in defiance of acceptable standards of propriety as to risk creating doubt among the Amer ican people concerning the in tegrlty of governmental proc Cyprus AP A war within a war is being waged on this strategic Mediterranean On the there are near ly Greeks passionately supporting a campaign of terror to gain selfdetermination and eventually union with the Communist la bor organization supports this Greek Without M a k a r i o an avowed Communist told are we could take over the leadership of the movement and make the British do w h a t we There are other countries who would help us and we would President Again Becomes Golfer UP President Elsenhower resumed his beloved golf game today for the first time since his heart attack last As the chief executive banged out a 200yard drive from the first tee of the Glen Arven Country Club he said with Ive been looking forward to Since his the President has been limited pretty much to practicing pitch and putt shots with short iron Arsonist Blamed in Fatal Iowa Fire DES MOINES UPi Police feared today that a murderous fire bug had set two fires which killed seven An allout citystate investiga tion was launched to discover whether an arsonist had started Thursdays fires in a veterans housing development and two huge Authorities were already posi tlve that three other recent fires were the work of an A mother and four children died in a blaze which destroyed a twostory building at the Fort Des Moines veterans housing Almost flames swept a halfblock ware house destroying two The bodies of two fire men were found in the Labor Boss Backing Ike Raps Unions in Politics CHICAGO UP President Dave Beck of the influential Teamsters Union said Thursday night that unions should stay out of He that he personally is in support of Presi dent Naturally SAN AP Pr trick and the Irish might not have much in common with the but Patricks Day will be celebrated at Good fellow Air Force Base Named to plan the officers club party are Robert HolMmbaok he U of Dutch Fred Cronn Maurice Uen Norwegian and Aroo Pofgt The official order for the par ty iifued by Theft 4ore Greer Solons Rap Union Use of Support WASHINGTON UP House Republican Whip Arends 111 said today labor union leaders have conducted themselves like they even want to dictate farm Arends spoke out after a Dem ocratic congressman disclosed he has been threatened with loss of labor union support because he voted against a Democratic bill to restore high rigid farm price HAYWORTH D Mich discussed the threat at a news conference late H e represents the heavily indus t r i a li z e d area where Walter Reuthers United Auto Workers Union has a pow erful voice in the councils of the Democratic Hayworth said officials of the UAW locals which helped h i m unseat a Republican incumbent in a close contest in 1954 are an gry with h i m now because he kept his campaign promise and voted on the bill the way farm ers in his district wanted h i m The controversial rigid price support provision is likely to come up for another vote in the House this year as part of a com promise catchall farm Hay worth said he met last Sunday with 10 UAW officials and s i x members of the Ingham County Democratic They asked me in a rather formal manner if I would sup port the 1952 Democratic plat without any he I said I would except for the campaign pledges I made in They said that was not satisfactory and the meeting broke up Denmark Protests Butter Sales COPENHAGEN AP Den mark has warned the United States that sale of American sur plus butter is considered a vio lation of the principles of t h e food and Agriculture organ A foreign office announcement Thursday said Premier and For eign Minister Hansen ex pressed this view Wednesday to Robert ambassador to Coe was told that what is causing Panish anxiety is t h e sale of surplus butter to nations traditionally belonging to Denmarks export Hansen mentioned the sale of surplus American butter to Germany and not be at the mercy of Anglo American HE WOULD NOT identify the prospective friendly a 1 though he was asked if he meant Soviet These friends would send us he It was gleaned from this in terview and others that the im mediate objective is to sabotage negotiations between Archbishop Makarios and Field Marshal Sir John governor of t h e Informed sources said this week that Harding and the arch bishop had agreed on a British plan to give the island complete internal self with Britain retaining control of de fense and foreign These sources said announcement was being delayed until next so as not to influence the gener al election in Greece The Communists secretly are circulating the report that Mak arios and the Greek govern ment are ready to betray the Cyprus This has gained considerable credence among fellow perhaps a fourth of the Ecuador Honors Slain Missionaries Ecuador AP The government of Ecuador Thurs day paid posthumous honor to the five American missionaries slain by the Auca Indians in the Ecuadorian jungle last One of those killed by the savage tribesmen was Ed ward McCully of a Milwaukee He died 8 after the missionaries landed their small plane in a clearing and were attacked b y the spear throwing The ceremony at the presiden t i a 1 palace was attended by President Jose Maria Ibarra of Rules Keep from Seeing Own Child iUP A Galesburg hospital refused to day to let a young father see his newborn The father is and the hos pital rules require visitors to be 16 and that troubled Any shipment of American weapons to an Arab country would have given Russia a tail ormade argument that it w a s all for the Reds to supply arms to the Arabs since the United States was doing the same Obviously with these consider ations in the State De partment backtracked Shortly after midnight it an nounced All export permits of arms to the Middle East are be ing temporarily suspended pend ing further IN RESPONSE TO a Press Officer Lincoln White said he knew of no such pend ing permit except that covering the tanks scheduled for s h i p ment on the SS James Monroe for Saudi At about the same White House Press Secretary James Hagerty called In newsmen covering President Ei senhowers vacation retreat at The President understands that the Department of State is suspending export licenses to that Hagerty add ABABS Continued on Page 4 CROWD WATCHES BOMBER BURN Onlookers are shown watching the burning wreckage of the giant B52 which crashed near killing four of the eight It was the first of the eightengine planes to Unifax Storm Toll in Europe Over 600 LONDON UP Europe to day counted 618 dead in the third week of the worst winter in memory and braced for still more Weather reports from Ham Berlin and Prague report ed a high pressure area over Si beria which indicated no imme diate relief to the weatherweary of 17 European THE DEATH TOLL was ex pected to rise some more when rescue parties fight through freezing snowdrifts to hundreds of isolated towns and Damage to crops by the Ice and cold that swept down from Siberia on 1 was estimated in the millions of France and Italy were especially hard but hardly a country west of the Iron Curtain The Eastern European nations also according to meagre reports from the The great waterways of E u rope w ere clogged with Scores of rivers were reported over their Ice breakers battled to keep communications open between the hundreds of tiny Islands that make up Den One Army Division Starts Peru Revolt Peru AP army troops claimed control of the east Peruvian city of Iqultos today but the government said the of the nation was quiet and everything goes The revolt at a major Amazon River port 640 miles northeast of erupted President Manuel Odrias government immediate ly declared modified martial law throughout the A government spokesman said other armed forces throughout the nation air force and loyal to the ruling THE SPOKESMAN indicated also that some government forc es were still holding out in the Iquitos He said naval forces on the which have a base just south of are not participating In the subversive movement and are remaining loyal to the govern The outbreak came at a time of political confusion and unrest in National elections are only 3 12 months away but no definite candidates have Efforts to organize a national convention of various political groups to pick a stand ard bearer have Under the constitution O d r i a cannot succeed His term e x pircs July A rebelheld radio station at Iquitos claimed the city of 000 was in complete control of the insurgent It said the revolt was led by Marcial commander of the Second Army Division with headquarters at Merino was a member oi t h e military junta that ruled Peru after an Odrialed revolt in He later served as minister of justice and labor under who was elected in Merinos division the broadcast in order to re turn to the people the right of It said the re volts objective is to give all Peru a government that will be an authentic expression of t h e Another rebel broadcast a c cused Odria of being a dictator A government communique said a political group of ex treme rightists known as the national coalition is backing A government spokesman de cllned to say how many men make up the rebel Explosions Knock Bomber from Air CAP One of the Strategic Air Commands swept wing Intercontinental B52 Jet bombers exploded high over northern California late Thursday and crashed In probably killing half of the eight crewmen Four parachuted to hree are known dead and the eighth crewman is missing and presumed Three bodies were recovered from the burned wreckage of the eight million dollar nuclear weapon carrier which was based at nearby astle Air Force was the first crash of a The giants are manned by crews of the earlier B36 propeller jet The alljet B52 was on a training THERE WAS AN explosion when we were over Sacramen said Harold Korger of one of the our It knocked out the Intercom A few min ites later there was a second ex I balled We were at I didnt open my chute until had dropped quite a distance because I had stripped off my helmet and had no oxygen suffering burns and a fractured was interviewed at San Joaquin General Hospi tal In 20 miles north east of He had landed 11 miles southwest of Stockton aft er bailing out of the Farmer Will who saw the bomber explode and one of its wings blasted picket up Korger and rushed him to The other three survivors par achuted to safety in this area about 65 miles southeast of San They are Mi chael the Gary Billie Beardsley and Willard Red Spy Refuses to Answer Solons WASHINGTON AP Hen ry Rhine of re fused Thursday to say whether he had been a member of what a congressional lawyer called the Harry Dexter White espio nage ring as a government em and Marcel of also a former government both evoked Fifth Amendment pro tection against possible self in crimination when they were called as witnesses by the House Italys Top Tax Expert Dies Alabama Segregation Backers Plot Strategy UPi Segregation leaders today planned organized opposition to day to the return to classes of Autherine the University of Alabamas first Negro stu Word was spread inviting all interested persons to a mass meeting tonight to form a local White Citizens an or ganization which has already spread over much of the THE claiming membership of top white leader s h i p in communities already having have the an nounced goal of seeking to pre serve all forms of racial segre gation by lawful Attorney Hugh Locke told a council at its meeting Thursday night that people who want to blacken the white race of the Miss Lucy was excluded from class after rioting broke out during her three days on t h e A federal court hearing set for 29 is expected to de termine whether she will The 26yearold woman was disclosed Thursday night t o have transferred last Tuesday to biracial Talladega College at 110 miles east of to rest and keep up with her classwork as an unof ficial Arthur president of the integrated liberal arts col said she did not enroll and planned to remain only about 10 The never exclusively has only six white s t u dents among its predominantly ROME UP Premier An tonio Segni called his cabinet in to special session today In an at tempt to avert a political crisis caused by death of his treas ury Ezio Italys top finan cial expert and father of h e r first modern income tax was striken with a heart attack during a confidence vote in the Senate chamber He died on a couch in a nearby off ice shortly and most pessimistic observers wondered whether his bold 10year eco nomic plan and the stability of the Italian currency died with Red Weather Balloon Drifts Down on Japan TOKYO TP A Russian weather balloon has been found on the Island of Hok it was reported According to a Kyodo News Agency it is the third Soviet weather balloon to be dis covered in Japan since the end of the Pacific Tired Postman Admits Dumping Mail in Attic UP A rookie postman had a ready explanation for postal inspectors who discovered he delivered on only four of 16 days and dumped the rest of the mail into his at Group Hikes Funds for National Parks WASHINGTON UP The House Appropriations Commit concerned at overcrowding and deterioration in the national put up enough funds to day to almost triple construction work in the At the same time the craticcontrolled committee can tioned administration leaders they have no greater responsi bility than to assure conserva tion and effective use of natural resources administered by the Interior The committee voted XX for construction of public cilities in the parks in the 12 months starting July against requested by Presi dent Eisenhower and compared with to be spent in the current fiscal Miss Lucy is not in Alabamaj Negro student budy at i to get an education that islGray said white students first I was said fcllwyn real She it a tool of enrolled there 50 The Committee on UnAmerican Ac Both said they were University of Wisconsin g r a d Questioning committee counsel Richard Arens said I put it to you as a ask you to confirm or deny that you were a member of the Harry Dexter White espionage ring in 1933 and 34 in the gov ernment of the United Rhine declined to a former high officia in the Treasury Department now has been named by witnesses in past congressiona hearings as part of a Soviet es pionage ring in the government THE COMMITTEE is engagec in a search for Communist in filtration of government in t h e In addition to his reliance on the Fifth K i s t 1 n said he declined to answer also because our Constitution guar antees us the right of freedom of speech and because these proceedings in my view are contrary to the spirit of due process and because this line of questioning can serve no leg islative He said he has taken oaths to support and defend the Con stitutlon and I shall be v e r y KOKGER Their Injuries were They were transferred to the air base Names of the dead and miss ng were withheld pending noti fication of next of The which has a wing spread of 185 feet and eight huge turbojet blew apart in three great flaming sections aft er the second It looked like ball of said John Stowe of Parks Air Force Then it broke up into littler balls of The Air Force said the bomb er caught fire and exploded in but gave no further ex a native of Eau Thursday night t e 1 e phoned his Rose here to inform her he was not seriously Korger Is a graduate of Senior High School and Wisconsin State College here and of the Univer sity of He has been in the Air Force since He now resides near his California base with his wife and Korger informed his mother that there were six people waiting for him to come and who aided A brother of the An lives at 2223 Somona Park The parachute jump Thurs day was the second made b y Korger to save his The first was in action in Korea during the conflict New Traffic Safety Campaign Planned SPRINGFIELD UP fie safety coordinators from seven midwestern states today mapped a summerlong slow down and live campaign to re duce traffic Traffic safety officials from Nebras Ohio and Kansas held a planning session for the safety which will run from Memorial Day through La bor The safety campaign will con ceritrate on cutting down execs sive speed and the violations caused by such as driving too fast for road condi improper passing and ure to yield right of iBrother Predicts Ike to Seek Second Term L C a I i i AP happy to take the same o a t h Knowing the Eisenhowers and again at any A third scheduled w i t n e s listed as Sylvia Soloff Steinjgar brother of the New York failed to the way their minds w o r Dwight will said Ei appear when her name was Russ Free Gl Deserter Held Over Four Years BERLIN AP Army Sidney Ray of was released after more than four years of Russian captivity He was turned over to Army authorities in East Sparks had escaped with two other privates from a West Berlin He was being held to face charges of being stealing money at The two men who fled to the He has a job which isnt fin the at torney told newsmen and he doesnt like to leave anything Weather WISCONSIN O c c a s i o n al snow tonight and Colder west tonight and turning 1 J1C I V u ll id I rtiiw East with Sparks were Ray colder by late Saturday Schultz of andj MINNESOTA Mostly cloudy Charles RETURNED from East Germany in He was court given a dishonorable discharge and sen tenced to five years in Scott has not been heard from i since his with snow flurries tonight and Not so cold extreme west tonight but turning colder over state Saturday WKATHEK YESTKKDAV Observer Three days after the East German Communist a u thorities said the trio had sought political But Austrian prisoners returning from R u s sian labor camps last June said they had seen Sparks in a Soviet and assaulting a German cab An Army spokesman said Sparks would remain in confine ment pending disposition of his When Schultz returned to West Berlin he said he and his two companions had signed defection statements on the promise of a Soviet officer that they would Low ii Wind ilirfi W rt Wind vrliv 11 niph TKMPEilATlKKS TOUAV today n 6 At midnight 2 They said he told them be S c h u J t z the Soviets arrested him in they were ac lln In cused of being spies and threat Sparki 4f Wlened with being cent to 31 8 20 10 a in U inouni OTHER TKMIKKATlKES Minneapolis 61 21 DuluUi Cloud Humldltr Precipitation Barometer IN DOWNTOWN GAV Ulln rokf o per cent W Low Jl Wind today today H f 9V Suo 31 P
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