European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 19 1957, Page 4

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 19, 1957, Darmstadt, Hesse Siori ripped states paid heavily for end of drought by staff writer Spring grass grew last week for the first time in three years in the dust choked Fields of Oklahoma and and there was every sign that the great drought of the 1950s was for the Spring Rains that turned pasture and wheat Fields the Southwest and Plains states pad paid dear and were still for five weeks Bliz tornadoes and Cloud bursts had smashed and flooded broken roads and and lost lives added up to a major the disaster was compounded last week late a Tornado hit the Little Texas town of 65 Miles South East of within five 19 persons were dead or dying and 58 in we got no warning at said Al Vert it came Down on Silverton out of the Rainy night without people died without even know ing what on the same in Oklahoma and it started to rain and 13 inches fell within 24 the downpour sent the already swollen Cimarron River Over its Banks in a score of authorities evacuated sections of Hennessey and Way Noka before the rising a Beth stood 12 feet deep in parts of Enid Friday by the end of the okla homa had counted eight dead and four More than 50 High ways were closed and at least 500 persons in the was added to the Esti mated 9500 million toll of the Spring storms in five Beck stip balks Dave the teamsters Union president who faces Federal income tax evasion came Back be fore a investigating commit tee Friday and invoked the f1f t h amendment for the 151st time in refusing to answer questions about his Finan Cial deals involve Long the according to John Mcclel Llan the Mccouan team Stere Union the hearings last week entered around Becks contacts with the american legion in a land tale Deal in the committee was Beck tried to make a Ftp Jisoo profit on the Sale of legion owned land to his the committee also heard How Beck got a loan from truck company operators and voted Sublon downed Stock in a Deal for the Green Light to organize Mont Gomery Ward and death of a race Italy mule the Road race established by Benito Mussolini to prove that italian highways were As Good As he said they was run probably for the last time a week ago with the loss of 14 twelve deaths occurred when a red Ferrari driven by Alfonso Cabeza de Marquis de por Tago and millionaire Spanish blew a tire at 90 Raph and crashed into a Roadside crowd at Brescia on the last Lap of the the dead included Juhls american Edmund Nelson of and 10 spec a policeman and another Driver died in other newspapers and parliamentary deputies joined in demanding an end to the grueling the last big Road race in observers said the Mille Miglia probably was boy entombed hopping Back and Forth across the Mouth of a Well which his father was Boring on their 7yenrold Benny Hooper foil in thur Diu his distraught peered into the Hole and his son wedged it the Bottom of the Muddy 20 feet his Call to the local fire department set 6ff a 23vihour Rescue Effort that in Suc on Friday after Hope had just about been Given up by the Grimy Rescue Benny was brought to the surface in the arms of Sam a negro construction Benny was his eyes were and he spoke to his Mother and in the Hospital where Benny was put in an oxygen tent and treated to Ward off Possi ble Joseph Kris said the boy would be All record flight a new indication of How the world is shrinking was Given tues Day when three air Force floors flew nonstop from los Angeles to London in 14 five the flight was the Miles Ever undertaken nonstop by single engine they refuelled in the air during the according to capt Jack the was made without Seri Ous despite refuelling Accident which broke his canopy and Cut his head forces pay armed forces Day was observed in the Navy and air Force establishments throughout the world and in Europe the Observance included Aerial Fly pasts and open House at scores of caverns and a Center of interest was a Parade of the 6th inf Reg and other elements at Tempelhof air base in West Gen Usa eur command Erin and ambassador to Ger Many David Bruce were the principal budget fight president budget was still under the congressional a last despite the presi dents Appeal to the nation in a radio television two of the administrations pet projects were Cut Back Eisenhower made his Public Appeal tuesday he told his audience that the Price of peace is there is no immediate Prospect for a relaxation of International of a Flash flood inundate a trapping a ear erecting a Waterfall where tip water Tore out a chunk of pasta and Bis billion budget is necessary to help wage peace and prevent if the people were Congress obviously was on the Day he voiced his the Senate confirmed a 37 per cent Cut in the budget of the in formation trimming the fund from the House figure of million to a new Low of this was a whop Ping million less than Eisenhower had asked the next Day the House voted to end the administrations soil Bank program after the current years subsidies Are paid to farm final action on the presidents billion foreign id program was still but a Senate Spe Cial committee last monday noted that further reductions probably could lie made in the fund from which the president himself Al ready has Cut half a Anns Parley in London last week the five Power in subcommittee on Dis armament adjourned its sessions so that delegates could go Home for fresh Delegate Harold the presidents special assistant on came Home for conferences with Secretary of state John Foster dul defense Secretary Charles Wilson and other High the subject of Stamen their talks was the soviet unions proposal of april 30 offering to permit Opensky inspection of portions of russian Siberia in Exchange for an Aerial look at the Western the heavily weighed in favor of the was part of a package Deal which the russians had which called for a inspected we in Central Europe As Stassens reaction to the russian proposal was to express Hope that at last the soviet Union was willing to sit Down and he made other statements that were interpreted by use West Ger Man press As indicating that the might negotiate a Central european Neutral zone with the russians which would not hinge on the question of German Reni the report caused such expressions of anxiety am orig West Ger Man political leaders that Dulles was forced on wednesday to assure Chancellor Konrad Adenauer that West Germany closest cooperation would be sought in framing any european disarmament the Dulles was not engaged in creating any Neutral zone in or anywhere he moreover that the would be guided by Aden auers views on any Tinl involving the neutralization of Suez struggle for a the ships of Many nations had been using the re opened Suez paying tolls to Egypt nationalized canal con i the largest had held but under economic pressure last she capitulated prime minister Harold Ian told the House of that British ships had official Mission to the and Utji pay tolls under protest to this is not a Maev Millan and we promo Muf to continue efforts to reach satisfactory l still held against Arreader to Egypt on canal French Premier Guy Mollet announced Friday to fast France would the again before the United asking for a new in affirmation of the six principles it Laid last year for a canal settlement word in the corridors at in Headquarters in new York that the Security Council will hear Frances complaint this out will take no Star it cot Usa maj Jamu Leaf jams Quint Jack Momm fut it maim Mem Art m my my mks 4m Mimi 10 ran and orc Lafiton bams Tabt to to Al Sydmy us to a mtg to i to 10 to Sembio Nurmat 10 us my i us to to to am feta to

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