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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 9, 1957, Darmstadt, Hesse Trokan hxt10n warm Lorr forecast air res fart fiction in fiction Ivan to mock unofficial publication of Are Tatj in vol imm number 22 s 10 Sandoy Moy 1957 like ties Cut in Budgetts worlds ilk Wasrington a president Eisenhower wednesday said that the Only Way to make real cuts in spending is to bring about an easing of world in his first news Confer ence in three he also said he contemplates two nationwide television radio addresses in an Effort to Muster Public support for his budget and general legislative no specific dates for the talks have yet been he Eisenhower said it would be possible to make some minor reductions in his billion spend ing it would be he if Congress with All its experience could not find some but Eisenhower said vigor on Page it House group oks mail hike Washington up the administrations request for a cent increase in the Cost of mailing firs class and airmail letters has cleared its first congressional the proposal was approved tues Day by the House Post office com in a reported 21 along with a companion plan to increase postcard rates from 2 to 3 under the committee first class letter rates would be raised from 3 to 4 cents and airmail let Ter rates from 6 to 7 the plan would Cost the Public an extra million a year on firs class million on airmail letters and million on Post it also would increase airmail Post cards from 4 to 5 producing another and boost drop letter rates from 2 to 3 the latter Rise would Cost users Wilson orders boost in pay for special skilled pm Russ reject British plan on tests London wednes Day rejected Britain plan for Advance limitation and eventual prohibition of nuclear weapon Valerian the soviet Delegate on the firepower subcommittee of the United nations Dis armament commission meeting declared that the British plan submitted earlier this week Iid not take the Powers very much further toward the Banning nuclear test he according to conference there was nothing of practical value in the Advance registration of Tsetsas the Brit ish had proposed with the support of French and Canadian Del regrets attitude Britain cmdr Alan minister of state for foreign told Zorin that regrets the soviet acceptance of the British he would have been regarded As a most constructive step apr toward a limited settlement of the disarmament the British plan envisaged the Banning of Al nuclear test explosions after the Powers had agreed on a scheme for Banning production of fissionable materials for military it would have been part of a general Dis armament Jordan restricts Nabulsi Jordan government authorities wednesday ordered ousted Premier Suleiman Al Nabulsi confined to Amman for the duration of the 3o Days for shielding thug costello gets jail for balk at probe new York Gambler who has icon die scribed As the overlord of the received a 30day work House sentence tuesday for refusing to answer questions before a grand jury investigating his near fatal shooting last thursday the onetime Bootlegger and Slot machine King was found guilty of contempt of court for acor Nini a judges orders to Tell the jury what it wanted to know to thou the shoot us parries Bonn protest on troop Cut Bonn prime min ister Harold Macmillan has stoutly resisted Chancellor Konrad Ade Knauers efforts to persuade him to cancel further withdrawal of Brit ish troops from Diplo Matic sources reported this was made known As the two statesmen ended the second round of their talks during Mac Millans three Day visit the sources said that the Ger mans wanted the final decision on further troop withdrawals postponed until after the current nato study of the first instalment the germans have reluctantly conceded that the removal of the first instalment of British troops this year cannot be halted since it is already under but they made a powerful a peal to Macmillan not to withdraw any More men until a new balancing conventional and atomic has been worked out by the British reply was that the German concern was Eagger the sources the British pointed out they on Page set ing and a paper found in costellos pocket showing a gambling general sessions judge Jacob Gould Shurman sentenced costello after he twice invoked the fifth amendment in appearances before the grand after refusing to talk the first costello was whisked before who ordered him to answer All he was hustled Back to the grand jury room and again refused to then he was taken Back before the judge pointed out that cos Tello had been ordered to cooperate with the grand jury investigating specifically whether there Lead been and still is a conspiracy to kill at present i cos Tello the judge then found him in assistant District attorney Alfred Scotti told Schurman that the paper found in costellos pocket after the shooting in the lobby of his Swank Central Park West apart ment might have an important bearing on the Scotti indicated that the figures on the paper taken from costello represented gambling he said the total broke Down to Casino apparently from a gambling in Slot apparently from Coin a and from Mark presumably Money owed to costello water spout freighter off Florida a giant water snoot plays with a freighter which mane Vered to stay Clear of its path off Pompano the snout did not reach news photo program May affect up to Washington defense Secretary Charles Wilson wednesday ordered pay raises of to a month for thousands of enlisted men with skills that qualify them for a one or two Grade advancement above their military this will Cost about Mil Lon for the first year and Wili accomplished within the present the Secretary also revealed that proposed legislation authorizing Lump sum term retention pay for Reserve officers released from Active duty under certain conditions has been approved by the Bureau and is being submitted to Wilson made the statements a he received the official reports of the Cordiner committee which been studying military the budget Bureau previously had rejected As inflationary a comprehensive military pay including raises for pro posed by the defense chief said that study of the Cordiner report will be a major defense department on Page 3 25 trimmed off school Bill Washington up the Homo education and labor committee wednesday bowed to the Economy blk in Congress and slashed proposed school construction pro Gram to the cutback came on a 233 vote in a secret session As the commit tee but completed its action on i originally the committee had voted for a billion program million a year for the next five hut the action was tentative and wednesday the group reduced the program to million to year for the five Samuel i ranking Republican on the proposed the Cut he Saivii he did so and the committee agreed with him because of the Economy drive in Congress and to the school program u better i at baseball scores american i i k i 1ih1 i ism National meagre i Tiwu i Vav a Mil k

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