European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 25 1957, Page 1

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 25, 1957, Darmstadt, Hesse To give us missiles i big 2 Challene Kremlin c7 Beck Prober say Washington up chairman John Mcclellan of the Senate Racket investigating committee said that which teamster Union president Dave Beck took from his unions treas Ury was neither a loan nor a gift but Mcclellan declined to say just How Becks transact Ion should be we know that Beck took from the Treasury gome he there is no evidence of a loan or Mcclellan was asked whether he suspects that misappropriation of funds was involved if whether Washington slate Laws on larceny might apply to in the senator replied that such o Page s rent her rakes Union chief Detroit up labor Leader Walter Reuther has called teamster Union president Dave financial manipulations highly inexcusable and United Auto workers sailed into Becks use of Union funds to further his own personal investments and disclosed plans for creating a nonunion watchdog to keep the Law Reuther said he would propose at the Laws 16th constitutional convention in Atlantic next month the establishment of a pub Lic review composed of civic to further democratize 4 he unions internal trial Reuthers blow at Beck came in Hij first Public comment on recent testimony before the Senate rack investigating he said teamster Vic president James of should on Page s late news Washington a Clinton Anderaon mid sunday that Contr my May be asked to consider easing re Yttri Ottom on the atomic Energy Law m a result of the Bermuda agreement to give the British guided train 3oo Mofor Toh blizzard traps him reds to Swap test observers tickers Bermuda president Eisen Hower and prime minister Harold Macmillan agreed during their talks Here on a plan for the to Supply Britain with intermediate Range guided missiles which could bomb the heart of soviet tie big two concluded driven by winds of 74 Mph in the Texas saturday trapped hundreds of motorists and Rescue Crews pushing through blocked highways in search of storm about 300 women and Chil Dren were pulled out of cars sat urday and taken to the school in this Small All were fed and Given dry clothing and Only person said to be Rescue operations being hampered by Zero visibility Here and at Amarito and Dalhart Snow driven by High winds was making Rescue work difficult Oldham county sheriff Day Thompson said Rescue Crews could not penetrate an area from four to eight Miles East of Vega on Highway they Dent know Whon Well be Able to get Fie said he did not know How Many people were trapped in that Fourmile stretch of a Rock Island train that Highway 66 in rest the just an engine and a would a Tang the track c on col 1 israelis reported ready to snub das98 Mission failure in Cairo is cited Jerusalem nations Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold will not be invited to visit Israel because government leaders believe his Middle East Mission has already ended in fail informed sources said the sources said that in officials were also pessimistic after the spokesman said the Hammarskjold a Eig it hour talk with egyptian president Gamal Abdel they said Nasser had refused to abandon the state of War with and had refused to allow Kunef troops to remain in the Gaza strip unless Israel granted similar privileges in the Al auja demilitarized Nasser had been equally intransigent Over the Suez they leaving the West with the alternative of accepting the egyptian plan or boycotting the canal Little Point in View of these the israeli government saw Little Point in Hammarskjold visiting the sources in informed sources said would cooperate with the Kunef patrol along the egyptian israeli Frontier but will not make Public any promises about the patrols future until Israel does Hammarskjold was studying this and results of his Mideast Mission with bides and scheduled a meeting with egyptian foreign minister Mahoud Fawzi for some the in chief also was studying aspects of the Suez canals future and the egyptian plan for operating the egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser outlined the canal plan to Hammarskjold monday the two leaders meet again for front on Page col k tension eases in As earthquakes end san Francisco up san Frandisco is relaxing slowly from the series of earthquakes which have shocked the Bay area since Early Friday All More than 120 temblor have been recorded by delicate seismographs at the University of Small aftershocks though too to be Felt May continue for there seems to be a Little Chance another severe earthquake will strike in the immediate future scientists admit they know very Little of quakes and their causes these specialists on the Struc Ture of the Earth reluctantly pre dict Only the obvious there Are bound to be Earth shifts from time to time along the gnat Sun Andreas fault in none will attempt to on Page s major Suez Block to be lifted Cairo United nations Salvage Fleet spokesman said Sun Day that the Suez canal will be open ships of up to tons after the lifting monday of the sunken tug Eduard one of the last two major obstacles in the 103mile lying at Ismail a Midway along the canals will be towed to canal authority at port the last obstacle in the closed to big ships since the Anglo French israeli attack last novem will then be the frigate sunk at the Southern in once the Abuzir is ships of maximum tonnage will be Able to use the in Sal Vare chief it Gen Raymond Wheeler has said Salvage work on the started four Days will probably be finished on april the Pana Mian freighter san big rest ship to go through the canal since it was sailed through from its Southern the Suez canal authority has so far allowed Only ships up to z5x tons to use the Swiss official tied to spying kills himself from Prem Bern the Swiss government sunday that attorney Centra Rene Dubrota committed after coming under suspicion in an espionage the government announcement said police investigations Hart Dis closed some noteworthy evidence that the attorney general himself May have passed information not concerning Swiss affairs illegally to foreign the announcement did not Dis Cloe the nature of the information or identify the foreign but it referred to the investigation Cor ducted into press asserting that Federal police in Spector Max Ulrych had allegedly risen transcripts of recorded Tele phone conversations conducted by egyptian embassy in Bern to a French last week the French embassy Here denied having received any such information while the Federal on Pajuf t weather forecast moly Cloudy with mtg Lanm mini mum their historic fou Day meet ing with an agreement in principle that in the interest f Mutual defense and certain guided will be made available by the i for use by British president Eisenhower flew Back to Washington after the com Munique was he free of the which Hud bothered him inauguration from the a Guage at the participants in the conference said shortly w uld Arm Britain with a missile capable of atomic warhead at the Vissr the will not turn Over atomic to the British except in the event of or a Isenhower and Macmillan also extended an invitation to rus Sia to Send observers to future nuclear providing the so Viets extend the same privilege to the the Princi pals called for self imposed restraint in conducting the atom bomb tests but agreed that test ing must continue until there is definite agreement among nations for More general nuclear con the sources said atomic War Heads would in close proximity to american missiles provided for Britain but the would have to control the warheads under congressional in the event of War the president is not bound by the atomic Energy act could order warheads made Avail Able without permission of the House and participants in the conference said privately that provision of missiles for Britain would save both nations millions of dollars be cause Britain will staff the bases and save the consider on 4 Blind victim puts fingers on thief a a Blind mans touch was enough to con vict a Man of attempted robbery George who is testified he Felt the contours of the face of a Man who tried to Rob him in his the thief fled when he cried for police later arrested Ernest Travis ran his fingers Over Smiths face and contended Smith was the Man who tried to Rob he testified in court that his Fin Gers were unusually Smith got six months in please e n g l e w o o business will be done on a Cash basis this magistrate Henry Bendheim told Jeremiah Wil Liams As the Man dug into his pockets to pay in five dollars was for a parking the other was for contempt of court for paying a parking Fine last week with rubber British prime Man tier Wrom m Vlku to Pree Dent else Shower at kindle air fou Day conference

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