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   Manitowoc Herald-Times (Newspaper) - February 17, 1956, Manitowoc, Wisconsin                                S=W!9?hkI d_0y aree*i ffiraid*T. sad K_k dart at m 0>s&fcttn fit., Meniiswac, wu,_ CO" Air; Three Die Two Blasts Occur os 152 Jet High Above StKnmaftto TRACT, CaKJ. w-bne Strategic Air Command's swept wtag toteecattiMnUI RS3 Jet bormyra �ptoded high oyer northern California late yesterday. Three of the eight cmrmen were killed. JRDHC.,.jwracfarited to safety and m �,.8(nj4  ! man. said tba torn*** hated '^m>| about � aesnhds ana* sounded Ike four freight trains rumbling through tbe town." He aaM torn*. TaiM-:*ttwajBM it tat luted saiy a thort tea.. N*tian�l Gnardama BatreOwl the town'e b�dne� aeeika Is pre- Meyor A. G. Bright laid about' 1� perxme were left heene}eai. nuiion. Quetn Returns to Rufsior, Cold LONDON UMSoeea EUi�beth II came bama from tropical Africa today to freex&g w*a&er t�A c new fiarry ertr her vitraciow �U-tar. Priacaaa Margaral The Queaa and the Uafe* �f Bdla-bureh rebfftHd ftws a �*d� eta*e visit to Kitcria as tha Bridie capital bused wttb a publith�d man* that Mairaret ^aae to becoma a laa CatlKdie.' Rwinaa - Startled  charth  nod  palaa �ourcw refuted to confirm �r Dm nanan BHtaaa gaawraSy - tba story K&Cg. Aa Au torday. President Manoet Odfta'a geverniiieat immediateiy declared modified martial law thrwssjM** tha conntry. A> sjuvtiiuuueBt spokesmen said .other armed force* throughout the' nation-array,, aavy. air force aad :x�9^$B6&f' It 1 Iff'"f he spokesman indicated also! that teens-govenmwnt- -tereee still boUfalg not in the Ie^iltoe regtott.- He said naval forces on the Amason. which have base Just south of Ionttos, are "not participating in the subver five movement and are rewein-lng loyal "to the government. fgWLtkt^e^ennBB. s^Aan*staaia*i llvn, , -JOaWWlsjBnBBBjt ^ajsBsjsDanj yp The outbreak came at a of peiliical confusion.and tnsrestia Peru. National elections im only; Ji months away but ne definite! candidate* have emerged. Efforts to organize a naUonaf cesmntton of various jpeUucal green* to peek a standard jtearer have failed. Under the conMllutlHi Odria cannot succeed iameeK. Ks tetweaphws July ar-~- A reseUwM radto stotlea at lquttos claimed the city of SMCO was in wmntot* control of the to-mgent forces. It said the revolt was tod by Brig. OeB. Mercial MsrtDs> cwineiwiider "'nf'.fc SeS Arm? DWsiw wM "   ' |of the mlhUry *�ata-Peru after on Odrto-ted revolt la im Be later served as minister of Justice and tabor under Odria,. who was ejected president in WSO. Blasts'Small Segment/for Its 9099  OflNNst' ssCe^P^se^jsst**"J^sWfsf( la^fclPs^ sJ^eVRoO^' � ssa^ss^llM^psJsn ^CmHea^Cfis^ Arrogant'Effort Rejects Measure to bid Control on Producers' Prices l.iaftiiitiivti'tii".    w vim (dent |JsepJtower:todeii vetoed the esntro/ersm natural gee MB. Bitter Senate defnte on the ineaewe touched eft sn toentertote a e^; by Sen. rrands Case (kVSO). . la a shsspti pueded ehiieus at>-tostoa to^ha orfertog of that cea> tritostlee^'Bflsaahnwer said: tseee the neesage of this bill, a heny ef eviaente has accumulated iadtcaUag that private peraane, apaersnthr rtpresenttng oeJy a very ssn*H eegmeat at  greet end vltoi Indestry. have been seek! -flsasr^ewn; Hjareso}. ... ... . -, _______  ______._______nns^'SssiBSi.m'.eaw-fSBBsey as Tnas> 18 of 8t jfemee TUimnl CfcarcB -at, Maalswwc to gate B^laiZ _    wsn%ni        ' ______J&iP^tJMs^liwSlssr. Mr*,.JM^( Ms*fl>..-as Ma fataws'4ssjnjsj=ia^=: wi* pert � AismrtJalionor       ^ureh hatt.. Erto fsswhy. area c�iui'.nteisw Unalim MiAitm tea ia*.lento *� "�� to�Haj| mto�^m"vm�^m^^m.        ,__. ,-ii-^- -        ^ | Meyer received his otitr rank from Clarence Carbon, a member ef the tree* gesnmslto*; �*>1 merJL. ��^Jft.JhlLJS-JsmepaU^-ae--�hissgae ware-given to Hseett ArUe,- DavM Lewis. Pawl MiMe, Bdwaid Sttyli iidl^WWroyly nsscFln oafiaace ei accsntebto commiUeeenan Joseph Wood. Boh Moore get a second dass hedge from Jeme� Bowers-and Mim gmim^M^mml^^m^.iitk--Dey, cMmriirteemen, and Wi$^ Wiiyp^etf gorhia ten^^ creeUag dsnM aanong 0� Anwrt- (Photo by Les Ahlswode) canpaaahi tsaeer|ihiajk� h^alto President Gets On Course fmt Tim Since Attack TIfOMASVlLLE. Ge. W-Presl-, dent Eisenhower got out on a golf course today for the first time since] his Sept, le heart attack and fired a twe�ever-|�af she on tbe first bole. Igaertog e' taJsty tain'' as he stood on the first toe, a smile on face; Mcriae** drrttion refcetted, tbe hrlieyfaf/esisT.-- einier to return to the" people the right of self-tsjeernaaent" It said the re-vok's "objective is to giva . Thailfcr the lS2*am* stace ike: -J^Wbefm h� beut attack to Dett-he slammed a hefi wito his driver. Up to then the doctors had restricted him to putting and a bit of off-course practice wka his approach tronM. Ptra a.jBvsxnmeBt thai wfll hejpj^. The President used an electric golf cart to scoot from shot to shot, as he frequently did before his illness. There was no advance word on bow many botoa be would Tanks for Smli Arabia ShieeTreiit SHrs   v Copiral Dispute WASHINGTftN A dramette, last-mtonto stop order, sanonneed la the early merabig heers, ashed sMnmsnt today of W tanks to Saudi Arabia and teeehed off re-vlftwe in the odnvbditi�ltoa efidihe . a*) the tank deal' iWhJe Heuec tank B an SAitbeatlc expressicn of the' people."        , Called Estrfto* Rightists     ^ hil , -Anethjff. -r*b4- hro^^.  �c--a� cused^ Odria of betog a dictator, A govemmect c�nmunione said a pe&htot group of extreme right-, isto knawn a* tbe "nnttenel �H alitioa" te hacking Merino. A government spokesmas declined Elsenhower was accompanied around the course in Another cart -rte-OSF (versa! ef -to which kand tfetre mests. i Cheimuus George (D-Ge) seid the Senate Foreign Batotios* Commit too win investigate tbe matter. Describing the proposed sale o,' tbe tanks to Saudi Arabia as "unwise," George said he was never consulted on tbe sale agreement, 2. State Department official* UA gam..*,. whotetaJft mtow. ef- araisl. thipmenU to tbe Middle Eat*. The1 after  midnight State Department announcement ef the ejBf jheiia Politiinl: unrest in thto-^attoaj of nine mitttoa persons broke into' Kcium* .w.-^fhe-^w laat^-embw *bm German cab was being held to face ebarge* of being AW0L, and assaulting driver. Tiuw* days after tbe escape, authorities said the trio bad s�a�htj��rt�mt fpotticai asyfastn. But - Auatnan prisoner* retoraing from Russian labor camp* tost June said tbey had seen Sparks in a Soviet camp, Tfe�y �*fd he 'tbV-'Ihem the Soviets arrested him in Berlin ia 1831. Sparks'  mother  Mrs.  J Gtadifl lives at Tennillc. , . The two men who escaped to:uUe�l stories and many editoriais the East with Spark* were Hay|werc *h�n^ cnt*�i **"      t0*-B. Schult* of--Batovte; NY., wMjOnmrat. Tlw outlawed Aprlttoj Charto* J, Scott, Decatur. III.   P**-^, puWi*b�d two organs with-SefculU  returned  from   Eattj0^ interference from the, gov- Germany in June 1�M. He was j erntoent.__ court-martialed, given a dkhon- . .,   . , or able discharge and sentitocediMlSSIIig PrOSOeCtOrS to Ave years ic prison, Scott haslet._____ a__ C_k-.li not been beard from since bis; V�flOnCeS Are Small mm' Arm*   �-_v�.mil�   -^wl PRBfxJHlA. Art*. t*~Tb* men Sparks wS3d reSm^eoniae-'18 coaf�� 01 � e*feh tor s*� ^ death penalUea would be csjrriedlmffl_ .'^ieanine- ^litposteoir m W^f^f ^^TL^^ out be&e the abolition legulatAonjcss*." ^fej?     f^^'L^jf is introduced j  When Scfeufe returned to Wast if***" %1       _In _Thttsenow_under death sentence w-rlin h- h, �nA ht� ^my * UiOU�ad to ooe to* BW� W1B got the impression the President was not putting aa much into (us first drives as be did before his attack, and they naked Snyder about it , "No. he isn't," the doctor (aid r�^,,J^'-As_ W.sfcMtt-vt.'' tot&e Mlddte arily examination Other aasnMssti Today, officiate said (hat nor. meSy there are wtene edtoSeltd Plone Lost in Conodian Subarctic Area Sought t i a n k 1 coalition dernonstretors ctasbed with police at Aremtipa, a commercial center 89 miles of Lhrot.  A general _____   _____, rltrt the strike, ^jffSES^^ i*_l_' cMtag both ttraot and eomeef the Arah states. They declined for the moment to give any detaded h> formstion shoot these hut said were all suspended fey the all order. s. Ambassador Sfaefta Abdullah MONTREAL W - At least 14 plane* were asiipifd today to___   ____ _ "^-^W-W6?? ^i^iAlkisipal ictedttieif atMaiawee, to a result of the strike, twnaj�with MWtor^^brtsm* Whitey Dahl AuWcresumahty to rests- af_fmimarT_ovtrtme�t ""^i^ ^     , , X^^^Ai "^^Z&SE'Zt^J mwal.C^Jto air force re- , ^^^1^ curity law. �t*_tt_|HZ ^.le^* to M� hunt for the DCS thai ^_te *� j2^^ - papers became .filled w.th .Po-I^^'w.. ove, thrf^b ^X'^^f^ waters of Hudson strait and thi Tm^?t�^^\lTJ*L? �gg�J ton,, toat border, it.    \ttgJtt&�JS- beyond the cry;   "Utterly comprehension." News of the Impending our ship- Editor Jailed E^St^^l^if^X^^ WM �'�1�ag hecause the Tta�e_^Sa^ L^artment, to delayteg .c- cr�S_naf rc____te WnuSteJ^ 00 "r�*l'� m�u*t �o huy 80 r-oMlstatom-nt* on the promise of _a ... iw.tv a__C .   ...... _______ , Ptmm$bfy tkoir eeatoacw will The asaea ��lei mm to �-Usa cemmntod to -to to^Brieea- ^^j^m^-MMn^tmnt   ..............,.-----------------------..... include William C. Edmunds, convicted of killing a 70-year-okj.svsi�ra�.m* on irae piuraiw � �].     ,     . i__.;ji--c__, woman; Robert J. Boyle. 24. sen-jSoviet officer thai they would be L^iif SSAJSS^ tonced for tbe murder of a baby: releaaed. hwtead. SchuSs %*^imJ**F? ^ "l^li^kr �f and Patrick Boss, �. coeric�_ifj�d, taey were confiaed. a�B�*cl!��J of _ai-, _- Indian V_w T^i.. ^^�kr*�irM^'MU*�-"�� a^ Kenneth H. EU�- - Jttt^L _^ .ntLX !o!� �l Mtomajwl!.. Minn. They left w�h betog seat to sterna-        '   ^^.l.^ ,^i.,,� ,.,_,^,-i,^- Huge Flore on Sun Breaks Out Into Rash of Sun Spots .ramp jla nw.M-Heo Unit. Skertiy after mhWrfit ft an-! nenaoed: "AM smart aernuts �f I wsrmast' dttoeto asnaewws     '-wwan> . wTw^tee .     wawwepewe w nan aeuswaaw   wn^^nvav h* tog 'further wtmtairltfB At about 'the 'kernei'tlme, Whttol geaie Ptaea Secretary Jmaaa C. ^PyjjOe^   Oit -Ce^-fcee-A*- [IwaTttSlnnr-^---" The Stole Depfntoent's etylawatton was that Saudi to bad ordered the SS-ton WeJker etdJdeg ton-* hut spring under a mt ^s e�dttoB� edtwsmettf with this coaatry. and that the sale m wmmm^OMmrsm fatt Pies* OfBcer White said tfes lbe used Ss ceneacttoa wrt" S. Rdhtory traiaing mtoriae's operetta** there. Europe Fears Food Shortage fftB^-endrgwHr.- Ft-telght--ed the bill was patterned itor '^mf^ism-. --a-  *........ year age hy the Prastdcnt'a cMd-net commute*  fuel*. The KPC endui sed tha nseesaye. FPC Chairman Jerome ~ :faatW-aF''* ultimate cost of gior* in the teng ran would not be lees with ropeitten than if competitive fores* were allowed free ptoy. Opponents of, the WU irtroagjy dtaagreed with that vkw. They million joWlar* a year- to cfflMwmer sje* bills and an iftjrflttofi-doilar '"windfall" to big oil companies ewntax mo#t of the gas. The ''windfall would comej the opponents seid, ires! enhanced values of knows reserves.   � � � ftom. -a other side came the argument that "burdensome"' federal esjtrole dkcourage producers flremdev_sepJBg hew gas reserves. Shorter sappifes, wouM mean higher consumer price* in the hug run, the backer* of-the bill argued. Favor* jlffi'* Prinetote* App-reatly aDuding to the fed< era! grand Jury investigation of the situation as w#Il stt to   ***** �M� from Ala-Italy but ttw temperature was Mill! Eisenhower said. However, that ramp J*a. �9 �r � wwl nevwr **- ., .^r,!b k, pEMt OSSKR- m�rordo. in tmOkera New Msxi- dowu le i below sere. Saowptowsfbdslatsso twfontiim; to th* tuuuc Uira�L : , T       ,       *-A new burst ee, tm top of a �jon-f�rt moun-Md ski teams broa* through to al-ipriorfptoe ef the mvmm he ��- �ii__�b efa. �__ 'a        _- it r   m . . Th* area ia which the plane is� magnetic swrja*. fe�li*ved to uto, a a� only one to tb* t'nft. m_K art ef e� snewtMuad cem-itoa, "Is needed.'' He added leSnS ^ ffWiy*t        Accept* U.S. Proposal ttewn offers ttrtuaUym^i- �* }*f�        �*" *�i State, kecptog a enmiaeow tiWiuUe� i "It Is aeoded because to* type *�{_._***_ SSSkSmt^aTj^___ ing in the way of *iM 1'^ to hflp **md- h*s ^ 08 -� **teh �� setar artirtty j The tubxerc weather so f*r ef reguUl-M of pttsteer* of net- ^l-__ih_r^d__!r^ rtS  P,TTSU8GH �r>-�w AFL�t�a man stay aU�*. Uthini �*kl   *��       ,   ,   t .,       � 0"��*to* �aid the t�Ur aetu^Wted ftoeda.   Bat oHictak to ural it* -rhich is required under SLSau �T^__#l_rt_-! h******4^-- Vnkm of Eiectriei-i------------- Howapi   D Masiu*.   �*��ixi \j .as th* r��to*t outhurrt sum* S*r,!y taA *��Uwra Italy were�i nrw-nt Utw wdi ajjewsrafe adi )mm��* te��^�i_�r_iJ_r ��A�2r accepted to* ^ Sraiem Arr Tr�fi�ur�.     imvertllf. ,?t**rvw f !h'* i**t to*s *an storm to t*�-��ny v*<-n*<-iie� * e t� "^***� * ***_..*_*** WM8,S* oral nwdlatioe *ervk*-* weem-tx*^       ! I i���Uf�-    irorcw testoitotBa, Mud t��e **t *f **       tu* spots apeareoti?    **t:S1*SMBjWB, efrector t� toe wr���    Taa raM was ee* * �**f (MiK�     t wvwki        i� �� mm        P'MgeUt t�J�ia 1ftmf~ "~* *�--�' "   --*--- _______     tMg aad} Asiiia� at-�J �sw ui-mi and su.� antfe �_�-  ���r �s w� i&ei t�M* h<�(�i� a-v*,**** usi mm* ��� - euttei satiasl" bi �*g   Sui *� ^iijb^ai < Shssto^aw-eto'eea-gi snth*        **� y'uwst* saerti e* iwnne- %n�n s^'toiaV *a� *f use hwgest-'* ma aa^feM OMIt wmwk <*m�m      Mis� *. �tid MWt*a pf'iet eseipHf * ptowa *t        km       t****+i. *mm ��k �* *}�   

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