European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jun 15 1957, Page 2

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - June 15, 1957, Darmstadt, Hesse Pm stats and mrm just dirty widow starve Ops find kit York we in her rundown Staten Island apartment disclosed to left about in Cash and Tow Fortune included which police found in a cardboard tied with ropes in a bed room then they discovered that the Emma Buhl de Abo had almost on Deposit in two is Between and in de who lived alone in a to floor apartment above store on Richmond in port where Oner owned consider Noje died malnutrition on May found the five Days the owner of nearby store reported he had net seen Emma for come a policeman went to her apartment and forced his Way in when there was no answer to his he found the widow sick in bed and had her taken to the following her relatives of de Hart obtained a surrogates order allowing the part ment to be searched for a we didst find a said patrolman Walter Merjch of the police property clerks we just found some dirty Green Bills in Box the 15inchsquare cardboard Box was taken to police head Quad Emerich spent More than an hour counting its than Bills in denominations ranging from to he until 2 am recording their Aerial its the first time i Ever got tired counting said he added that the Only other time he had Ever been near much wealth was during world War when he was an army sergeant and was assigned to photograph Emerich said de Harts apartment want too Well it was a Little he and the furniture was pretty Well although it was not nearly As cluttered m the apartment of the Colyer Brothers of almost a decade the widows living quarters Stih bore scars from a 1949 fire which damaged four of the de Hart never had them re although firemen found in a tin Box a temp and the woman owned proper a her Long suspected by frequently satisfied it insurer or eating hot doff and de Han the widow a tugboat who 11 ago at she known a shrewd real operator who Buth up Richmond ave including a movie theater there she later army birthday marked by Vii corps army Muter total of 14 1n7 us 47 44 m f the 1775 order constituting the first american infantry unite is read at Vii ceremonies at honouring the army b2d on of stand Are left to front Row it Gen John Vii corps cd Brig Gen Janes Vii corps arty cd col Williana Vii corps Denary chief of and col Gordon Vii adjutant trading the which authorised 19 Compa Ateo of photo negro vote drive planned for South Washington a a Campaign to prepare 3 million South Ern negroes for voting in the 1958 elections has been announced by the Martin Luther one of the leaders in the Long negro Boycott of buses in Laid his plans before vice president Richard Nixon and said he will present them soon to the Southern Lead ers an organization of Southern across the South we now in tend to extend the voting clinics to help negroes overcome the con trived and artificial obstacles to army air defense chief in Germany Gen Stanley Mack eaten cd of the army air de and he chief of Brig opt dwt act John a Taft so greeted 04 air 9 Brig Gea Mth aaa Brig Hui hmm Toter met it Tai in l usage us aaa brie at cd Mcwan maim photo their registering and King said in a statement issued after he met we Hope the Campaign will Cul Minate in simultaneous mass at Tendance at the registration offices in 10 cities across the King frigate Breaks up Persia Gulf Mutiny on British Tanker persian Gulf up an armed boarding party from a Royal Navy frigate came to the Rescue of a British Tanker Captain Here after his chinese Crew threatened to the skipper of the Gervase Sleigh sent out a distress and the British frigate Loch Alvie rendezvoused with the anchored Tanker near Shat Alarab in the persian sailors from the armed with rifles rushed aboard the Tanker and seized six chinese the Captain said were the leaders of the Mutiny arrested ringleaders were taken ashore and turned Over to iraqi the rest of the chinese Crow refused to handle the ship and also were put at a news conference held King said the 10 cities haunt been selected in order to help crusade for the Extension of democracy and to alleviate the possibilities of he had asked the vice president to do three things South on a number o occasions to speak and emphasize that civil rights is the great of our Ragm to 2urge All southerners to up hold the Constitution by ing the negroes right to impress upon the Republican members of Congress the importance of passing the pending civil rights Nixon had no comment on hot meeting with at his news Clergyman reported that the president had agreed to try to Range a meeting of the president government contracts in the Southin the near future attend it this which Nix of he Titi is working against Job ton la government work in Industry said Ash Larita and new had mentioned As Lor Sand rack ties to Syria Jordan Ulm and saudi Arabia have their military with f and Syria in the of a Daniali siry raft we Kwh thened to but Arac Jordans King and King of saudi Ara Hui joint in which they expressed Soof tort of among the Ovir any Mutual the communique of Iho who t worn fall in of arb and to free Thirn of Lonu Arab rights in 3pledged to support i its fight again to the j Arab the in Ted nations the Arne Roltsc Uvense Rusty the Bandung conference and Arab Solidarity agree Nitt during the Arab Summit Confer in Cairo 3promised to work in i creased and to preserve an atmosphere of purity among the Arab okie Fotch named envoy Washington Fum president Eisenhower Friday accepted the resignation Val Peterson fed eral civil defense admin Strator and nominated him he new ambassador to Leo Fortuer governor of waa nominate to succeed Peterson As head of the civil de sense a former Republican governor of Nebraska served As civil defense chief since february if confirmed by the Peterson will succeed Robert Coe As ambassador to a Veteran foreign recently Peterson served m Jjo Velmor of Nebraska from 1947 to and before being selected to Heil civil defense served briefly As i Mai Strathroy mris unt to in accepting Hifai resignation Eisenhower praised leadership and Hla Effort to bring about us broadest Plainte Udpa Tion of the american peo Pkt in the civil defense George responds Weil to heart treatment a Walter George to be responding wet to rename for heart a report on h Condo Tina from Emory i Hospital Here indicate 1 7 retire Etc Tat year 3f years of be now or pedal so Asia flu who say a the Ash in throughout Europe and the minimum interference with to a the asian influenza epidemic has reached Europe North and cannot be prevented from spread ing through most of the the United nations world health organization reported the newly identified Type of virus the cause of the epidemic which has stricken nearly every country in Asia in the past two has been definitely identified in the and is a tuned to be now spreading throughout Europe and the with travellers arriving daily from who experts said the new will probably penetrate at great Speed to most of the thou the without necessarily causing serious epidemics halt Pomme a who annoy Keement Declaron it it impossible to Stop the up retd of influenza by because such measures Are As costly As Are there should Nifte minimum interference with world traffic though cases be a the Oatta reports stress the nil the new virus Only a Nira form of the Ami Onop meat 1 very Lew deaths proved to be due Imp Thow death to Hare Ami Mimi Luif id to occurred meekly of among suf Criag from

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