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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Darmstadt, Hesse Jet att and v new skies proposal by Walter wart bar Eisenhower restart last week that the greatest struggle of the age is to free Mankind from the fear of atomic acting on this convict he earlier had sent Secretary of state John Foster Dulles to Lon Don in a final Effort to save the lettering United nations disarmament Dalles offered new open skies inspection and in Case the russians turned Down the threw in a second smaller scale personal Leo Dulles went before the five nation in disarmament subcommittee before representatives of Canada and the soviet he proposed an expansion of president Eisen Howers open skies concept of arms r Basic american proposal was simple All the territory of the Continental United All alas including the Aleutian All the territory of Canada and All the territory of the user will be open to la Ewe the russians turned Down this feature of Dulles proposed alternatively to open lands within the Arctic Circle a considerable portion of Canada and the lying North of latitude third provision then if Russia accepted either of these Dulles proposed the inspection of almost All of from the British Isles East Ward to the ural and southward to Southern Spain and Portugal and the Southern tip of these lands would be open to Aerial inspection a originally pro poled by president Eisenhower in his open skies declaration the Geneva Summit conference in the response of russian Delegate Valerian Zorin to proposal followed the usual russian cessation of nuclear said should take priority Over in he the Dalles plan did provide for inspection of North Atlantic treaty organization bases i North nor of Southeast Asia treaty organization prolongs Parley promised to study the plan in the Eisen Hower had realized one of his fondest Hopes on he signed into being the inter National atomic Energy Agency with a prayerful Hope that the atom will never be used again for soviet Delegate Valerian Zorin Center greets Canadian disarmament envoy David Johnson in London As Secretary of state John Foster Dulles left and cmdr Alan Noble of Britain look he put his signature agreement to make the the 22d nation to ratify the pact he proposed before the United nations general Assembly in pict automatically when the became the third of the major Powers to sign it Hie agreement sets up a Pool of radioactive uranium for inter National the Pool will be available to All member countries for such peaceful purposes As Power development and medical t he severest Earth quake i modern times jolted Cen trial Mexico last killing 60 persons and seriously injuring most of them in Mexico buildings razed the temblor Shook Down or damaged modern buildings in the capital and caused damage also in the Pacific coast resort town of and in numerous smal Ler provincial in the Senate paused in its debate of the civil rights Bill last week Long enough to end servicemen fears of pay less the defense appropriation ran out and the Senate action on the same Day provided billion for the cur teat fiscal year for the defense the defense amount was a com Promise Between the House and Senate million Over the House approved figure and million less than the Senate ver defense Secretary Charles told the armed forces last week that military cutbacks Are not Over yet he indicated the defense establishment is still considering troop cutbacks in addition to the Man Cut already ordered before next he said military spend ing during the first six months of 1957 was at the rate of Bil lion annually and still on the up cuts in Wilson declared the general reduction in spending would be be tween and 8 per cent of that and in some 20 per cent most of the cuts will have to be in the Purchase of principally military he the House armed services com Mittee thursday to give the armed forces the Power to de cide for the whether a service Man should be turned Over to a foreign country for civilian trial for a crime committed in that coun two amendments the Bill was approved in the face of a Strong administration protest that any Law concern ing the treaties would harm americas foreign rela the committee adopted two amendments designed to make the Bill an implementation rather than a violation the status of forces it would the secretaries of the Dixie scores in jury fight Senate Southern bloc won Al another Victory in its fight against the administrations civil rights Bill last by a vote of 5142 they fastened onto the Bill an amendment pro Viding for the trial by uttry of per sons accused of contempt of court for violating Federal court orders provisions of the Bill the jury trial amendment had been strongly opposed by was Damn in words of sen Eisenhower who let it be known that he in the Charles Potter Over its in a formal the presi Den said the amendment would be bitterly disappointing to Many millions of americans because it would have the effect of leaving great numbers of qualified voters rarely la our entire legislative history have in Many extraneous issues been introduced into Tift debate in order to confuse the legislators and the Eisenhower three armed forces the final authority to determine whether an offence Bya Serviceman overseas was committed in the performance of Secretary to de Clde whether an on duty Case should he turned Over to a foreign government because that govern ment deemed the Case of particular As allowed under the status forces air Force and National guard pilots set new air Speed records in the annual Bendix and Ricks Tro Phy air capt Kenneth Chandler streaked from Chicago to Washington in 54 minutes 45 seconds for an average Speed of 053 Mph to win the Bendix he flew an f102 Dagger Jet inter maj Peter poll spy won the Earl Ricks memorial trophy race by flying from Kohler won Wisconsin primary to Andrews fab near Washington in 4 hours 1 nun Utra 40 for act Speed of 638 Mph in a National guard fs4f do Streak Jet the races Werr a curtain Raiser to the 50th anniversary of air observed by air Force thursday in ceremonies at Arlington National during the the air also announced that the Bell x3 rocket air plane had reached the Speed of Mph before it crashed last september in Cali fornia and killed capt Auburn its Pilot of traced bullets Speed was four muzzle velocity of a pistol in Milwaukee lust a count of votes in the Wisconsin special primary election gave former Walter Republican nomination to succeed the late Joseph a will be opposed of the democratic has beaten Proxmire twice in gubernatorial a new Senate rackets committee hearing Gat under Way last week into alleged link Between team sters Union Vic president Jamea Hoffa and the new Tork Tabor djo ties during week of hearings in wit essm Tow of Hoff fas support of John Johnny do a labor racketeer recently convicted of a Shakedown conspiracy against new York Busi Ness Dioguardi also is await ing trial for complicity in the add blinding of labor columnist Victor at the end of the a new 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