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Eureka Humboldt Times (Newspaper) - March 31, 1957, Eureka, California Nasser says u. S. Trying to starve Egypt Over canal Cairo a president Nasser charged yesterday the United states is trying a to starve us a a but despite this u. S. Pressure he said Egypt will run the Suez canal by itself and will not let israeli ships use it. Nasser spoke to visiting american editors As the first ship convoys in five months transited the newly reopened waterway paying tolls to Egypt on Egypt s terms. In one of the most stinging attacks he has Ever made on the United states Nasser As a erred my allies Keady m the United states is in Iii to starve us while the Sov 1 f a 91 a a he Jittu Bolt a Irmejs clxxv11 no. 76 Eureka. California. Sunday. March 31, 1957 daily 10 cents inn. A tiny s a a a a. 60 a a a yes and Art pm a to a. Desert outlaw promises c. 0. Swanson 17 Rree s. Woman Iet Union is aiming to help us. This a a we like to be Friendly Toum ouch the United states but not As a Washington a the result of pressure. As Long As United states Britain France we have wheat and bread we and other big shipping nations will continue to resist pres yesterday appeared to be sure. A we won t local newsmen were barred from the news conference for 29 . Newspaper and radio editors touring the Middle East what Nasser said was reported by two members of the group. Dwight e. Sargent of the Portland Maine press Herald and Roy Pinkerton of the John p. Scripps newspapers. Ventura. Calif. Nasser said Egypt will keep Israel s ships from using either the canal or the Gulf of Aqaba 150 Miles East of Suez despite threats of pressure. Israel has been sending foreign Flag ships through the Gulf to its South Ern port of Eilat since israeli troops knocked out egyptian guns last fall that had blockaded the alternate route from the red sea. Roth the Gulf and the canal Are Egypt a territorial Waters Nasser said and he intends to keep them so. Ten Days in Advance of the canals official reopening 14 ships in two convoys sailed the 103 Miles from Suez at its Southern end to port said on the Mediterranean. The largest was 7,000 tons although Egypt a Suez canal authority now will permit ships up to 11,-000 tons to pass through there were no . Flag ships in the convoys. The u. S. State department about ready to accept defeat the major Issue of their on death takes former local business mail Long dispute with egyptian president Gamel Abdel Nasser. From the time that Nasser seized the Suez canal july 26 Western nations and others had fought for International control of the canal operation barring some unexpected change of plans All signs now indicate they Are prepared silently to yield to exclusive egyptian operation and to negotiate for the Best safeguards they can get for their shipping rights. The Issue has been brought to the Point of final decision by Nasser s proposal to the United nations and to the United states and seven other nations this week of a plan for operating the vitally important water Way through the egyptian canal authority. This authority would collect All tolls. It would be bound according to the egyptian memo by an 1888 treaty guaranteeing right of transit to All nations Egypt would set aside 25 per cent of the tolls for development of the canal and 5 per cent for paying off the former Suez canal co. From which the property was seized last july. 4 dead 2 Hurt As crazed Man c. Grover Swanny Swanson of 2010 34th Avenue san fran Cisco died in san Francisco Hospital yesterday. He was born in san Francisco in 1891 and came to Eureka in 1919 where he spent Many of the business scars of his life. While residing Here he was general manager and vice pres Dent of the h. H. Bushne company. He also managed a base Ball team in Eureka and played a prominent part in kiwanis club activities. Swanson left Eureka in 1936 to become executive buyer for Baker and Hamilton of san Francisco until his retirement due to ill health in 1955. Among his affiliations were elks Lodge of Eureka life member past Secretary of the kiwanis club Semper sirens Lodge of masons Oakland consistory scottish rite Aahmes Temple of the shrine Anc Knight Templar of scots. He is survived by his wife mrs. Elizabeth Swanson three daughters. Mrs. C. G. Spring of Sacramento. Mrs. Arthur j. Burman of Eureka mrs. A. J. Mann of Sacramento a son c. Grover Swanson. Jr., of los gatos and the following grand children Deanna and Brenda Burman Richard and Stephen Swanson Michael Mann and Byron Spring advised american shipowners j aug Down pair not to use the canal for the Marion Ohio it it four per time being. An egyptian canal authority spokesman denounced this advice yesterday calling it a a face saving device at the expense of the american shipping companies. Nasser a comment that the United states is trying to starve Egypt was an obvious reference to . Refusal to sell this country surplus wheat for egyptian currency. When the United states refused Russia sold Nasser some. Boy drowns Sebastopol up a seven year old James Stephen Nash drowned yesterday when he slipped from a raft on a Pond. The boy was the son of mrs. Josephine Nash. His body was recovered. Weather forecast Eureka and Vicinity a mostly Cloudy today with occasional rain. Partly Cloudy tonight and monday cooler tonight with the High both Davs 52 to 58 and the Low tonight 38 to 43 sons were dead and two others injured last night after a Razeti Marion Man ran Down his Mother in Law and father in Law with his Auto and then shot it out with a Highway patrolman 14 Miles from Here. The dead were Manford h. Draper. 25 or. And mrs. Albert Pollock and patrolman r. E. Karsmizki. Marion police chief j. E. Comely said Draper ran Down or. And mrs. Pollock in an Alley near their Home Here then Draper held up two men near a downtown service Sta tion and stole their car. Draper and the patrolman were killed at Galion during an Exchange of gunfire which took place while Karsmizki chased Draper after they spotted him near a Road Block. Another patrolman also was wounded and a companion of the pollocks was injured. File murder charge in baby a a death Iran agrees to bandits terms of Pardon if release is immediate Tehran Bun it a the Lender of the desert outlaw who kidnapped or. Anita Carroll hat agreed to release her if he i allowed to go free. The government replied with an a Assurance of amnesty if the pretty 35-year-old american woman is released immediately. The dramatic Exchange of message was made Public Early today by the Interior ministry. A message from the Bandit chief was received saturday if j1 uni Tilo at Iranshahr Southeast iranian if 9 cd 11 Oil 111111v/ Headquarters for the search. A a established by police and incl lots i o army officer. 1� in. A a dad Shah a notorious thug f Loci a .1 in. A a a a Leader assured the Shah a. A Ril government the or. Crolli a Ballos i. A quite a for end unhurt a i2 ,10n 0n f t e a id 7 to release a the Interior Minixe said. Mrs Carroll has been a Cap her office was Busy yester Tive of the outlaws in the placing Sample ballots in Ren reaches of Southeast Iran envelopes along with a copy of since last sunday. The proposed ordinance Stab the gang ambushed two hiking the Basic wage schedule despondent Veteran leaps 17 moors pedestrian struck by winds mostly southerly 8 to 18 Miles vol Isolo h strict nor hour with occasional stronger gusts a 4 lilt itt 4�n 11 a i v i a 41-year-old Eureka Mill per hour with occasional stronger gusts Early this morning becoming West to Northwest 5 to 15 Miles per hour tonight and monday. Offshore a Small Craft warnings until 6 30 pm. Today from it. Arena northward for southerly winds 20 to 30 Miles per hour Early today by other Wise West to Northwest winds 10 to 20 Miles per hour today and monday. Rain in North portion today and partly i. Cloudy in the South portion. Fair to Boldt and Trinity streets. Night and monday. Precipitation 24-hour total. Trace total to Date this season. 30.20 total to this Date last season 42.22 Normal to this Date 30.67 temperatures a High 56. Low 42, Sunrise 6 02 . Sunset 6 41 worker Edward Kearse was taken to a local Hospital with severe lacerations of the legs after he was struck by a be hide on h Street Between hum he was hit by a vehicle driven by Ocie m. Hunter 1505. Street. The Accident is stil under investigation by City police. Mrs. Lonita Ann Dobson 18-year-old Blue Lake Mother who signed a confession of beating her two month old daughter Valerie Lynn to death Friday was booked at the sheriffs office on a murder charge. The woman who will be arraigned in Eureka Justice court monday said she beat the infant because a it cried and fussed All the a specific charge will be filed when she is arraigned. An autopsy performed at Paul a Chapel in Areata revealed the child died from blows about the face and Chest. There was a three Way crack in the Skull and the Chest was bruised. She confessed she beat the baby at 10 a. M. And the baby died approximately five hours later. Following the autopsy the woman and her husband Leroy Dobson about 22, were brought to the sheriffs office where she confessed. Dobson Mil worker was working when the beating occurred. Funeral arrangements Are pending at Paul a Chapel. Survivors include a sister Doris 18 months old a grandmother mrs. Audie Clay and two other grandparents mrs. Dorothy Doty Merced and Ralph Doty of Willow Creek. New York a Julio Contino 61, hurtles headlong past the windows of the veterans administration building Here Friday in a 17-Story suicide leap witnessed by thousands of horrified onlookers. Con Tino an ailing despondent world War i Veteran ignored pleas of rescuers for 30 minutes before jumping. United press telephoto Mcgowan to continue questioning of Star witness Tomlinson War possible in several areas Dulles Washington up rotary of state Dulles last night that wars Are Sec said Crescent City a defense attorney Blaine me Gowan a Veteran criminal lawyer will attempt monday to Viening po�?T.�b5 to eve a refresh the memory of Star witness Claude Tomlinson a it of the world who Friday narrated a first hand account of How the Del Aniorte sheriff asked vice figures to open up a bordello outside Crescent City and received $2,600 in return for Protection. The Inqui ring Ite pole r lit 11 at a a in Texas Fly All of special Deputy at a i 1 liar up Orney general Thomas w. A Helcl Uldale Senate color today s question should the husband have to help the wife with the Spring House cleaning plywood worker Roy Sather 3153 Glenn Street wholesale fish dealer Stone Snider 1911 s Street Sawyer Keith Kendall 1686 Ridgewood drive a yes definitely. He should a a not he a got the Lawn and the car to take care of he d be was the windows Paul and crazy to offer his things like housewife Louise Sornes Blue Lake medical technician Miriam Faul 1013 fifth Street a a in a never Home especially Tes. The work is too heavy a Why not a if you can catch housewife Louise Gable Maple Creek Torney general Martins contentions in his opening remarks to the jury including the states insistence that it made no deals with the husky accomplice for his testimony. Mcgowan questioned the witness at some length Friday afternoon but was yet to probe into the heart of the damaging testimony. The 65-year-old he reka attorney confined himself in the first round of his Cross examination to the dates Anc places where Tomlinson stated he visited with Harold Scott. Meanwhile Mcgowan has announced that Scott will testify on his own behalf but declined to say when. The sheriff has insisted that he is innocent a Mcgowan asserted. A an innocent Man has no reason to fear taking the witness stand and defend Hin self a meanwhile Superior court judge Charles j. Mcgoldrick set april 15 for the Young sheriffs trial on four counts of perjury. The perjury charges were lodged against Scott three weeks after the bribery indict ment by the grand jury was returned on nov. 28. The indictment alleges that the sheriff perjured himself in continued on Page 3i he also declared that red China should be barred from the United nations so Long at it stands condemned of aggression in Korea and uses or threatens to use Force against other countries. He expressed these views in a new Forward to his seven year old Book a War or peace which is being reissued for vigorous Saje abroad j the stated purpose of the introduction which was Dallas a Young Republican takes on a Field of 17 democrats tuesday new and on the outcome rests the released by the state depart balance of political Power in ment s t0 it Quot Quot a some of dul the United states Senate. American jeeps killed her husband a u. S. Aid official another american and two iranian men before they spirited mrs. Carroll away to a hideout in the mountains. Dad Shah a message was in reply to repeated broadcasts on the government radio promising him amnesty and a unlimited Ransom for mrs. Carrolls Safe return. Unofficial sources said he also was pressured by leaflets scattered from a u. S. Plane assuring mrs. It Arroll that the search would he pursued until she was found. Although none of the bandits can read English these sources said they understood quickly that the leaflets indicated official determination to find their captive. Government sources said the Iranshahr governor s messenger probably would reach dad Shah by noon today. In Issaquah wash., mrs. Carrolls Hometown her brother Alan Huovar said news that she is Safe a sounds wonderful a the whole family is earlier the u. S. Embassy had reported the Shah a police were closing in on two segments of the gang. A doctor and a nurse were rushed to the area 800 Miles Southeast of this iranian Capi tal to stand by. The embassy said it had been determined the outlaw gang split up after the ambush in which mrs. Carrolls husband and three other men were killed last sunday. And a notice of precinct and polling place for this special election. Fundamentally the proposed ordinance requires that the Basic wage for paid firemen be established at $460 per month for men employed full time in the department for three years with scaled increments for Superior positions. The wage will be redetermined annually by comparing it with the average wages paid journeymen carpenters electricians plumbers painters and machinists on Public contract if the ordinance is adopted. Soviets warn Denmark on atomic bases the Battle is for the Senate less ideas As set Forth in the 1950 edition up to Date. Seat vacated by Price Daniel Dules did not specify what Copenhagen Denmark it amp it a Premier Nikolai Bulgarin warned in a letter published yesterday it would be suicidal for Denmark to permit use of her bases for atomic War against the soviet Union. Ominously the soviet Leader reminded danish Premier h. C. Hansen that a single Hydrogen bomb might destroy a territory a with a radius of hundreds of Kilometres a and said the soviet reaction would not be limited to one bomb. The letter followed the same lines As a 3,500-word communication Bulgarin sent Norway March 21, made Public in Oslo without comment tuesday. I he note to Norway spoke of fear Ful retaliation in the event of she was borne away by one was of that faces group perhaps in the part of Ful soviet military forces the hand Litcy or Mav a across a 120-mile m a a a specific places he had in mind when he became Texas Gover-p1r f i Job for a woman. Him before he goes a of course. He can Wash the dishes and do other heavy work like when he said wars Are possible nor last january. Ajdei said be undoubtedly its a Winner take All elec referred to various potentially tion. There will be no Runoff dangerous conditions in the should the Republican Thad Middle East the far East and Hutcheson be elected the possibly Europe. Gop could reorganize the sen a the facts a a Dulles Declar. Ate taking Over the committee Quot that War will be an Ever the bandits womenfolk or May a 120-mile Artie fron be with four gangsters of headed in another direction. Nat a atomic bases on its soil. Shoots Ali Insull demonstrating russian Roulette san Francisco it it a six fourth Man in extortion chairmanships. Years ago chass Hinckel lost at Riniti sought present danger until there Are russian Roulette shot himself it s a Angeles a to n of a a police the balance now is 49-47 in better development institution in the Chest and survived. Are seeking a fourth Man be favor of the democrats. Elec for peace such As an adequate yesterday his younger Bro Jevc to be a member of a tion of the 41-year-old Houston body of International Law an ther Arturo a 22-year-old Tan Ank which extorted Money attorney would create a 48-48 International police Force and Ncry worker was showing a fron luckless gamblers deadlock. Vice president Nix a reduction of National Arma Friend Roberto Bolanos How it three Are in jail booked on on would be expected to break ments. Is played. Suspicion of extortion Max the tie by voting with the re Quot today we live and i fear a the put the Bullet in his re Wasserman. 51 Albert a. Gen publicans. For Ong shall live under the Volver and spun the Cylinder. Son 38, and Irving Minster 40, sen. Knowland a Calif. Has Shadow of War. Only if we Are Bolanos told police a the held the fourth unnamed is being said he will move to reorganize vividly conscious of this fact it to his head and pulled the traced police said the upper House any time the will we make the exertion trigger. He did it twice and it gop has the strength to take needed to prevent just clicked. He was watching control. He cited the United nations to see where the Bullet was. Actually there Are two re resistance to the communist but the third time he mis publicans running but Only attack in Korea As dramatizing calculated. Hutcheson has staged a state Quot one of the great advances of the gun went off and a .3� Nev. Man wide Campaign. The other is our time in the search for slug entered Hinckel s right 1 using As t s. Humboldt Bay tides March. 1137 Hichi cow of . A a p m i. A m it p m 31 12 18 5 4 6.07 0 8 6.08 detectives said that the men somehow obtained a list of names of persons who left ious behind when they lost at the gaming tables in Las Vega it it. 1.3 an aggressor 4mg their first child in july a Drin with violence

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