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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 8, 1957, Darmstadt, Hesse But Toucan edition with tits the stars res late news tit adopt to r r in let i to Runoff Thiol publication of a we in number 52 s 10 saturday 1 Obby hints test halt 1cbm Peru Washington of atomic tests would top development of whole new families of weapons urgently needed for our de atomic Energy com Mission or Willard Libby told implicit in his statement though not specifically a mentioned was the idea that More trials will be required to get ready for the inter on 8fe f it prics i s ballistic missile icbms Well As smaller the reentry of the icbms into the earths atmosphere apparently was one of the things Libby had in mind when he said with the gains made by nations in the technical possibility of Surprise attack against us has we require now weapons of smaller capable of withstanding Treme instantly ready on Page s african quills die in 1st Day Vila de Joao Portu Guese East Africa up quintuplets born prematurely thursday to a native woman All a spokesman for the regional hos Pital Antonio director of the the infants did not have any Chance of survival from the they had no resistance and All died within 24 hours of being their death was without the a 30yearold native woman afflicted with rheumatism and wearied by previous deliveries of triplets and quadruplets in recent dead save one showed Little interest in the Newborn courses gets socialist of for v key v Paris the French socialist party Friday virtually assured the election of Maurice Bourge Maunoury As Premier when its National committee voted to join a coalition under the Youthful defense the committee voted 5133 to share governmental responsibility under the 42yearold member of the Radical socialist Bourge Maunoury had asked and obtained pledges of cooperation from several Otler including the popular Republican move ment the decision of the taken in a 2ihour was i Long stride toward solution of the political crisis which has Handi capped French administration for More than two before the socialist decision was apparently obtained assurances of support for his algerian and Fin Ancial programs from the it Uhtof Center Independent Republican group headed by exp remiers an Toine Pinky and Paul everything the which helped Over throw socialist Premier Guy Mol lets emerged from a meet ins w i t h Bourges Maunoury to Tell newsmen it would do everything to facilitate the de sense ministers this would evidently mean sup port when Bourge Maunoury con fronts parliament with a formal re quest for the divisions in the National Assembly Are such that the support benevolent both the socialists and the independents is required to take Kach of these groups controls about 130 assured of socialist Bourges Maunoury now is in a position to move quickly to form a Cabinet and face now you Chase me new York police men cruising in an unmarked police car spotted a Motorist making an illegal turn and speeding away in the opposite after a Chase they halted the ii was another unmarked police Poland sign pact for million in Aid full arms Aid passes first Senate test Washington up the Senate foreign relations committee tentatively approved president Eisen Howers plan to extend a Large part of foreign economic Aid in the form of Loans rather than the committee also voted tentatively to the full billion in direct foreign military Aid and defense support requested by the president for next holding its first meeting on the Overall foreign Aid the com Mittee approved proposal for a new development loan fund to help underdeveloped countries improve their economies it approved the full loan fund request of million for the fiscal year starting july and s750 million for each of the Fol lowing two fiscal in other the committee an amendment by million for eco nomic development in later Amer of the 90 per Cen would be in the form of Loans preference would be Given to Educa sanitation and land resettle ment to create a special advisory committee to direct activities of the new development loan the committee would be headed by the Deputy under Secretary of state for economic of Only a oneyear authorization for technical Aid the president had sought a permanent authorization so Only new appropriations would have to be requested each 2 crashes mar Navy show for Ike one Pilot second killed Prett Dent Eisenhower boards the Columbine Iii ii to the Maneu vers in the press photo aboard uss Saratoga up a giant air sea search for two downed pilots thursday cancelled much of impressive Navy training exercises being staged for president Eisenhower and three Cabinet sixteen of the 18 warships escorting this huge Supe Carrier and presidential flagship pulled out of the Tusk Force to scour Atlantic coastal one of the pilots was spotted shortly after floating on a life rust off the Georgia in was picked up almost immediately by a helicopter dispatched by the aircraft Carrier Valley he was identified As cmdr John of com manding officer of fighter so 31 at Cecil just us the president landed at in route Back to he was notified that of Page zit t sp3 defender attorney Itsuro Hay Nushi is the Choice of sp3 William Glaird to defend him of stint Init from the death of a at Girard attorneys held hurting Case by a Napenas Washington to at Torney Oliver Gasch charged Fri Day that lawyers fighting for William Girard Hurt his defense in japanese courts by aggressive actions in his behalf who is conducting the governments fight against a move to Force Girards return to this said he is very regretful attorneys working for Girards family have sub penned All written records in the indicating the government May seek to quash the Gasch it now looks As if we May have to open up the whole at the same Brig Gen Charles assistant army judge advocate prepared to go to Japan immediately to act As army official observer at the Girard army Secretary Wilbur Brucker said sending Decker reflected the army in Terest in the Gasch noted the defense depart ment has been very scrupulous not to divulge evidence which be used in court for of Prev on Page 4 Matching sum due reds if House acts a the Friday signed a million Aid agreement with communist Poland and promised million More if and when Congress pro Vides authority and the agreement ended of negotiations set off last february by Pissi in tit i s Promise d Heln or other red h still to to and Independence f the Inge purpose behind the i air or Kinion Hower Mulo to to let in Stellite countries in the of was in the Case of that they pm look to Foj support and if they reject Moscow in the us committed it Elf in million Aid pro hut it Coull Only make m firm pledge for half of of delay in the on is unionist got gift Washington up a vice preside of the bakery workers Union admitted Friday he took Home from a testimonial dinner but said other labor Lead ers get similar gifts All the the testimony was Given to Senate rackets committee by Mas Kral Ste the unions International Vic president for the new Yorac he Falcio Vic president William Schnitzler once received a Cadillac at a similar Din Ner in his bakery Union president James Cross got a on Btij Ufi i Syria Nasser Confer so Jarl of Syria arrived Here Friday by plane from Damascus and left for Alexandria after luncheon conference with egyptian premi Gumal Abdel Kadar 2 students seized on hike across Border from it runt Vienna two american Stu dents who crossed into communist Hungary last week were ordered expelled from Hungary a spokesman of the Tion in Budapest authorities informed the legation that the two student Warien w of North and Myron of have been expelled from the spokesman said that the two according to the m would to released at Point of Nice ttys Lite Friday aunt iian police at the Slurf station have alerted t expect the two an whom the Huig rians they were aug the Iii trials planned to bring the trin it the Vienna head because the american youths committed Border Violar on Payo col

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