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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - April 11, 1957, Darmstadt, Hesse 10 Iati Iowa Chicago tatted Eearl Ewt aty whose and Ciao Row take to sextet april 1957 lies plead House guts Commerce funds budget slices top York a i a Fork couple arrested on pleaded guilty to arge carrying a Maxi i prison term of 10 thus apparently sought prosecution on a charge carrying a death Jack Soble and pleaded guilty to a charge con with russians to obtain and other material re 4o also have been indicted on be of conspiring to transmit t soviet Union seem Infortuna to convicts charge could bring a and his stood and before Federal Richard level As their r indictment returned against i by a Federal grand jury also Ted four other government did not say 1m sly whether it planned to i them on any of the other sobels were arrested in their apartment by the Fri on Page f re Heads to Atlantic up a de Ive weather front spun into Atlantic Ocean after unleash death dealing tornadoes in the and snowstorms and floods four vessels were i in win tossed guard vessels rushed to of one ship aground and others in trouble along the North Carolina showed at least 16 per we killed in the sweep of across the claimed four lives near and left some 300 injured and 800 others along a narrow band ing from Mississippi to Vir others were killed in North a in a automobile Acci the crash was i on blinding rain and heavy i storm also claimed three Vic 5 three in Illinois each in Colorado and baft guard cutters worked the italian ship apr Monte Shoal just off Hampton the ship ran aground w it nearly a mile 4 gop leaders Back postal fund bid Washington a Republican House leaders have agreed to Back Post master general Arthur summer Fields request for an extra million to maintain full postal services through june but Clarence Cannon told the House dont be dont be stampeded by summer tells Cannon is chairman of the House appropriations its not going to destroy the Cannon said in a floor if the postmaster Gen eral carries out his threat to cur Tail mall services drastically for the balance of the fiscal Joseph of the gop re ported that the Republican policy committee in the House tuesday went Over in detail summer Fields request for a deficiency appropriation to carry his department through the last three months of the fiscal v Tjauw stand we unanimously to the conclusion that if the services of the Post office Are to be continued at the necessary we must give it the Mil Martin said Cannon told the House summer Fields threat to halt saturday de liveries Hurt be cause most businesses Are not open on saturday and sunday halting the Money order serv ice also would be on Page 1 Meany promises sweeping cleanup Atlantic a George Meany has pledged Amer ican labor to a Headon fight against corruption in there will be no evasion and no attempt to sweep it under the he president of the 15 million member of Lucio said any labor Leader who conducts his business in a corrupt manner is play ing into the hands of labors ene american he told a cheer ing United Auto workers Law will do More than its part in eliminating corruption from its he added i Hope the Public authorities another on Page 3 display As much Zeal and that those who violate the Laws Are Pun without mentioning names but in an obvious reference to Dave president of the teamsters Meany said using the fifth amendment to protect the inno cent is but taking the fifth Amend ment on a question of personal corruption in handling Trad Union funds is against Trad Union on 4 Union painters win in Brush with Elvis a the Lone picket who has been in front of Elvis Presley mansion since last Friday he the picket was placed in front of the Home it waa Learned the residence to Bare decorated by nonunion Union bricklayers refused to Cross the picket dispute was settled when it waa agreed to use Union Ike applauds us courage on troop Cut from prow Washington president Eisenhower praised Britain Cour age in reducing its military com he said the action was necessary to maintain the health of the British the chief executive said British plan for slashing military manpower and defense spending was thoroughly discussed at his Bermuda conference with prime minister Harold asked about the Impact of those decisions on other North Atlantic treaty organization Eisenhower replied there is no question but that Britain new program has disturbed some nato but he said at his press Confer ence wednesday that Britain has on Page col major jolts Alaska wit a a major believed Cen tired in Southern was re corded wednesday on instruments around the pests Given Eden in Boston British sir Anthony Eden lie More tests at at Baptist Hospital sought to determine the frequent attacks of flew Here sunday from zealand vacation spot away to be treated by who operated for Yean ago for a postmaster general Arthur summer fired to Chart of major of Tho port office Naddaf for his cat fam fete depart Wnenk a Mew Money to billion supports hike in Federal hiring Washington ins the House has approved a 2f per cent slash in president Eisenhower request for funds to run the Commerce department and related agencies in the coining fiscal the appropriation sent to the Senate on a voice allows the agencies which la million less than a move by Joha fog to to restore Cut by the appropriation com Mittee from weather Bureau operating funds was shouted the Cut of nearly a Quarter of a billion dollars brings the total amount of Money sliced from 1998 appropriations Bills in the House to More than the Senate Likely to increase the House approved but la not expected to give the president All tee sought the Bill would allow the government to hire new Ero 1 soviets warn on Arab bases London a Moscow wednesday warned East and Africain nations in Masse of the very dangerous consequence of military bases on their soil incas of an atomic listed in a radio Moscow Broad cast in arabic were moroc saudi Israel and already warned in previous radio Moscow and government state ments have been West Greece and the Moscow warning spoke of the saudi arabian agreement on the Dhahran it told of re ports that America and Morocco have started negotiations to establish military bases in the Power of the atomic and Hydrogen weapons of the soviet their destructive Moscow is so enormous that blows delivered to destroy the aggressor a would inevitably affect Large areas around these 100 hindu pilgrims die As boats capsize Bombay a More than 100 hindu pilgrims drowned wednes Day when two boats capsized in the Godavari Rivey near a Nadreh Alam in Andora the official announcement said the tragedy occurred As two lashed carried 300 grims across the River alter Wor ship at the Temple of set a hindu a Hondr tet Yards from one boat tilted and some pilgrims jumped in to second Capsid inf

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