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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 23, 1957, Darmstadt, Hesse 19s7 Imi of tub and St pts puppies take on a couple of Man sized at Raj Clarty it Imp Rcv Meta Wnnie in Hinfy Vav in wac do Vert by Moi w Sld of not eligible for a swat leg the i Sidra wanted a Dag to grew up Daagmar of 14 Mohlis Oil in photos is Ruee s Gryst la puts volume at million 3 stockmen charged As Check kites Des mo1nes Iowa livestock dealers were arraigned on Federal postal fraud charges herein what District attorney Roy Stephenson described As a Check kiting scheme in which the total volume of checks floated totalled More than government officials said the transactions constitute the largest Check kiting Case on record in the Stephenson said two Iowa both insured by the Federal de posit insurance had suffered a total initial loss of in connection with the the state banking department said bonding companies had fully paid All claims of the Bond arraigned before commissioner Poston on the charges were Merle of Iowa Eldon of Marshall and Howard of All three waived to the grand jury and were released on Bond the Federal information said the state Bank of Gladbrook suffered an initial loss of on Check transactions of Viers and Mersman and an initial loss of on transactions of Viers and the complaint against Viers and Stow said the Mahaska state Bank at Oskaloosa also suffered an initial loss of on the transactions of the two the government charges that Viers and Stout met on virtually each business Day Between 1953 and 4 1957 and sex Gabor divorced Reno up Eva Gabor was divorced Here by her John who charged extreme Williams was Given permission to resume her Maiden changed checks of nearly similar amounts on their respective accounts knowing there were insufficient funds to pay said As time went on the checks grew Stephenson and the participants knew the Clearing process for the checks would occupy about five giving them use of the Banks Money for that period of a similar allegation was made against Viers and Mersman for the period 1955 to mayor helps charwoman flee Blaze in Chicago City Hall Chicago fierce fire flashed through the lower sections of the Chicago City briefly trapping a number of women pm firemen fought their Way to the women and All were none was reported seriously damage was estimated at by chief fire marshal Albert flames burst suddenly from the buildings second shattering the spectacle Drew thousands of persons to watch fire and smoke pouring out of the Northwest part of the 12story Struc the fire broke out shortly after the Hall had been emptied of most of its thousands of daytime pm ploy firemen controlled it in about two one of those still on hand was mayor Richard he quietly ushered his personal staff from the building and later aided a clean ing blinded by to a believed to be a was rescued from a third floor ledge by firemen on the fire started in the City Council Chambers on the second floor and spread to the third after getting a roaring Start in the Council the flames spread upward through outside windows and inner stairwells to the fourth and fifth How damage was not As extensive on the two upper Jingle jangles 16 tons of pennies for wife a first prize of 16 tons in coming to and 16 tons in groceries has been won by Jimmie Willis in a National Jingle the 25yearold Mother of two children will get the groceries Over a five year but the Money comes in a Lump sum in which Uncle Sam is expected to share liberally through Antenna May beam to across new York up a powerful new Antenna which relays telex i maps by bouncing them off a layer of j his brought the world to the threshold of intercontinental an electronics executive the which can transmit Iloner images hundreds of developed for the air forces Arctic Circle radar warning sys Ira Vic president and electronics research chief for the general Bronze the company which developed the said it has great commercial Poten Kamen said live telecasts of some of Europe most significant events would become a reality if a trans Atlantic series of the antennas is Cost staggering the research who is at tending the Institute of radio engineers annual indicated that at present the Cost of a transatlantic Antenna network would be he said that there is not now enough Good pro Gram material to justify the sex Kamen said the Antenna works on the scatter propagation meth it shoots an image toward the where it hits the troop simile High layer of the then is Bent Back toward the the image is then picked up by another an Tenna which relays it by building antennas across the from Montreal to the Baffin then to the Faeroe islands and either to Oslo or t would be possible to Bounce Tele vision images across the Kamen Nanette feb Ray engaged new York actress Nanette a Bray has announced her engagement to ran Ald Macdougall a Hollywood writer and no Date was set for the miss a previously was married to David an Abc program recently was divorced from his first z Wicker gets 2hour quiz in proline on Washington com pm Brig on Ralph w for More by his m c r t h v that x what had told s who recalled from k o r p a at the committees re to will be questioned further Totore of committee acts on his pending Mccarthy raised the to Zwicker when the generals Nam Cine up for promotion to the temporary rank of major Gen eral and the permanent rank of brigadier general chairman Richard Russell t said after the close door cession Zwicker flatly denied Mccarthy charge that he divulged classified information to investigator in a Lone distance Telephone conversation 1954 Zwicker then was command ing general at Camp n Russell said after hearing that it was rather confused he said the Issue almost resolved itself Down to whether or not Zwicker told George Anaa tors detailed information from a classified flit in the Telephone the 2 Wicker Mccarthy Contro Versy has been raging for three it began during investigation of alleged subversive activities at Camp when Mccarthy wag chairman of the Senate permanent investigating Anastos wag an investigator for the Mccarthy told the committee at a closed hearing 30 that Zwicker clearly lied when he denied he gave classified information to Russell said then that who asked that Zwicker be recalled and insists that Gen eral Zwicker perjured himself in testimony before the investigating Senate unit approves 2 Pentagon nominees prom do Pathea the Senate armed services committee has approved the nomination of two new executives in the defense establishment the nomination of Thomas of to be Secretary of the Navy was approved by the at the same time it approved the Nomina Tion of William r a 43yearold Texas to be assistant defense on the same Murray former assistant White House press was sworn in As assist ant Secretary of defense for Public was named to succeed Robert Tripp Snyder had been assistant White House Secretary since Ike Thibod for vetoing demos pal As aide Washington t Joseph Clark chided the White House because it was re port cd to have turned Down a re publican for a sub Cabinet Job on the grounds the prospective appointee had contributed to Clarks he told the Senate that Navy Secretary Thomas had recommended a distinguished Philadelphia William to be assistant Navy Secretary Clark said Gates had accorded him the Courtesy of notifying him of the he he did not attempt to Tell the White House that he endorsed the appointment because he thought it would be inappropriate to do he described White As an Els Benhower Republican from the word who was Well qualified for the appointment and was endorsed by Edward Martin r Clark said he read with Chagrin in the Philadelphia evening bul Letin that the White House rejected the recommendation because White had contributed to Clarks Senate he said he and White and their wives Are old personal friends and that White also had to the gop it seems to Dart said that things have come to a pretty pass when appointments turned Down by the White because of a Campaign contribution to a personal

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