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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 22, 1957, Darmstadt, Hesse Tie exit Negev to rights Cairo a a Fol m to withdraw from fit t to establish its a egad right ships through the according to nations Secretary Dag the relation Between the shaped Al aubade to the Negev end canal int but ulily important to the regal minded Tnp somatic sources say that Dur Hammark jokes talks Here he til to Jung the line that israels tights in the canal depend on end eng the state of War Between 1s Fml and Hammarskjold a View is that a of War will not exist if both parties fully comply with their armistice agreement to Israel must with draw its troops from Al which the armistice Calls a demilitarized rom can to Vohma is it Ike summons atomic experts oin talks with Macmillan this link Between a bit of desert land and Suez shipping illustrates my kind of Legal labyrinth through which Hammarskjold is working in on Page col 1 israelis report Border fights Jerusalem 1ns Israel thursday reported now trouble with two of its Arab neighbors As the government awaited the out come of United nations Sec rotary general Dag Hammarskjold Cru Cial conferences in after several months of relative quiet on the North an israeli military spokesman reported that syrian artillery positions East of Lake in the Galilee opened fire wednesday night on israeli he said the israelis returned the fire and the Exchange continued intermittently for two he reported there were no israeli the flare up on the syrian Border came As the Bullet torn bodies of four israelis killed by jordanian soldiers were turned Over to in truce in investigators flew to the dead sea desert Region to conduct Jan on thespot probe of the Inci Dent claiming the israelis were soldiers who had penetrated 11 Miles into Jordan before being by jordanian demanded an urgent meeting of the Jor on Page 5 British prime minister Harold Macmillan and president Eisenhower each other to in the Center la Bermuda colonial sir John Reaa radio Boto segregation ruled Legal on buses in Birmingham Case ins a Birmingham City judge thursday upheld the constitutionality of the cites bus segregation Laws and declared that to void the ordinances would be a chief recorder Josoph Parker found negro Lila Baylor guilty of violation of the segregation the verdict also applied to 20 other defendants arrested in a mass test of the Birmingham custom of sep Arate beating of White and negro bus there must be respect for the City Laws of Parker declared after holding them con he said that if the bus segregation Law was there would be a state of emergency in on Page 9 in accuser of Adams recant London a John Bodkin left hit murder trial with a Broad Yawn and a big smile thursday night the 58yearold physician had just witnessed another triumphant courtroom performance by attorney Geoffrey who is defend ing Adams on a charge of drugging to death Edith Alice there was a Jaunty air about the fat doctor As he left London s old Bailey criminal court for his in Bra Toft nurse carotene Randall who had accused Adams of drugging Morrell heroin did an about face and testified there was no justification for her earlier bulletin new York Stock Market ended mixed in another quiet Semion aviation stood out on the while leading motor weakened toward the Moat oils Adas did steels and air Lime generally the Aimo cited pm average of m stocks advanced cents to Brewster gets ultimatum on records Washington a Senate rackets investigators said thurs Day they will seize under subpoena the personal financial records of Frank West coast Boss of the teamsters unless he to surrender them Volun r this development followed an order to president Dave Beck of International brotherhood of teamsters to appear next tuesday the committee and to bring i financial records from 1940 through a Vic president of the and chairman of the unions Western in Tes Timony wednesday said he wanted to consult with his lawyers before deciding whether to give up his personal financial a top committee source said Brett Era records take on added importance in View of the destruction of Many documents the com Mittee has sought to subpoena from the unions Brewster records presumably Frank Brewater would shed Light on some of the Complex financial dealings about which the committee questioned him during the three Days he has been before the among other Brewster told the special Senate rackets investigating committee that he owes about to George new of who makes some a year in brokerage fees of the unions health and welfare the debt developed out of a racing stable now Beck Telegram Brewster said he saw noting wrong in this or m owner ship with Beck of a leased out filling station Whiteh does big business with teamster Headquarters in the committee John Mcclellan interrupted Brewster in mid afternoon wednesday to say that just before the committees s pm deadline he had received a Telegram from Beck on col so Lawrence had been grilling her or four hours when he suddenly asked there was really no justification for your Ever saying that heroin prescribed by Adams affected Orreh adversely dramatic pause there was a dramatic pause in the crowded then the Gray haired nurse replied i suppose not Lawrence turned to the jury and let her admission sink the defense who relaxes at his country Home by Rais ing prize cows playing Mozart on the scored All Day Long off this Star witness for the prose confronting miss Randall with remarks she had written la record books while nursing Morrell Lawrence got her to agree that when Adams gave Here in and other drugs to the it year m Paffe 3 Bermuda meet scans world scene tuckers town a president Eisenhower and prime minister Harold mais i Han spent two hours in their first Bermuda session thursday discussing urgent Middle East including the Gaza Gulf of Aqaba and the Suez canal after the it was announced that the president has summoned More advisers Here from Washington to assist with the Dia Cushion of British and Amert com defense and atomic Deputy defense Secretary Reuben was due late thurs air Force Secretary Donald atomic Energy com Mission chairman Lewis Straum and Deputy under Secretary of state Robert Murphy expected Atee ate talks due the said White House press Secretary James la being brought Here Tor la Curaton on atomic matters and guided mis which will probably be on reporting on thursdays British foreign office spokesman Peter Hope Bald that Eisen Hower and Macmillan opened the on Page cot Oner sailing widens strike London a dockworkers struck at the pert of Southampton thursday to protest the use government tugs in helping liner Queen Mary to sail for new the action threatened la paralyse the vast the mostly gangs which handle the direct traffic in the shipyard workers and repairmen who have been on strike since saturday of nationwide stoppage in support of a 10 per cent wage they had refused wednesday to handle the Queen claiming it had left be fore repairs had completed on col t to vat Adolf heu West germans top military will Fly to the sunday for a 14day visit at the invitation of adm Arthur chair Man of the joint chiefs of the defense ministry announced was five found in b17 shot Down in wreck of bit of tying fortress shot Down by the germans near Here in 1945 was together with Tite skeletons of men who died ill to the wreck is wired the Waters of we Oroee near a Trina Kalian tory awarded to world War of the Nins parachuted to Domb Tow tout final

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