European Stars And Stripes, October 29, 1970

European Stars And Stripes

October 29, 1970

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Issue date: Thursday, October 29, 1970

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - October 29, 1970, Darmstadt, Hesseware* to Gen. of False Silver Star, DFC SAIGON UNOFflCIAL PUM.ICATION FOt THE US. ARMED FORCES Vol. 29, No. 194 Thwsdoy, October 29, 1970 5« doily, 10< Sunday IF 21855 A Not Necessary Russians Say Talk on Generals Rejected DOGFACE—No slur on your appearance.Spec. 4 Dennis Darby, but you have just downed 11 hot dogs in 15 minutes, whichmakes the old term for a soldier seem like a natural. In the contest at Gralenwoehr,you were top dog among five finalists. Ad- ding to your glory was your admission that you'd eaten three sandwiches for lunch Justbefore competing in the event sponsored by AFN-N'uernberg and Southern GermanyArea Exchanges. Prize: 6 feet of sausages. Second prize: sodium bicarb and a hot-dogmeal, lime to cram for skinning the com- petition in next year's contest. —S4S, Pilger Pact Rights Denied, U.S. Statement Hints MOSCOW (UPD—The U.S. Embassy announced Wednes- day the Soviets had turned down its request for a second meeting between U.S. envoys and the Army officers held in Armenia. The embassy recalled the envoys to Moscow but said it would press for a second meeting. (In the area's latest plane incident, two men asked Tur- key for asylum after hijacking a plane from Russia to a Turkish Black Sea port. Story on Page 27,) The embassy statement indicated U.S. officials consider the Soviets to be denying rights due under the consular con- vention—although it did not say so in so many words—stat- ins that "the consular convention calls for continuing ac- cess." The statement said: "The embassy has instructed its two consuls 10 return to Moscow from Yerevan and they are expected later today. "Thev will not be available for comment. We asked for fCoal. on Pay? C»l :! Green Beret Or* Freed of Charges He Killed Family BRACC. N C. ers last February. • Maj. (Jen Edward M. Flana-gan, commander of the John F. j Kennedy Center for Military As-i si&Umce, ruled there was insuf- I ficient evidence to justify theI1 h r e e counts of premeditated : murder asainst the 27-year-oldgreen beret physician. ) "It has been a long, arduous, nine months and it's finally over — or at least officially," saidMacDonald in a United Press International report which saidhe was asking for an immediate discharge.Flanagan, who i.s MacDonald's commanding general, based hisruling on a 2,000-word report of a lengthy, secret hearing by Col.Warren V. Rock of Ft. Bragg. The Army had charged thatMacDonald stabbed and beat to 'death his wife, Colette. 26, andi his daughters Kimberly, 8, and Kristin Jean, 2, and then stabbedhimself as a coverup. | MacDonald said the killings| were done by a hippie-like band of three young men and a girl' who intruded in his apartment there is no possibility of furthercharges against MacDonald." MacDonald has returned tohis duties as a specialist in pre- ventive medicine for the SpecialForces One of MacDonald's civilianlawyers, Dennis Eisman of Phil- adelphia, said Hock'S report toFlanagan said it cited several factors in MacDonald's favor. Among them, he said, werethe prosecution's inability to identify certain fingerprints atthe scene of the crime, its in- ability to identify strands ofhair in and near the hand of Mrs. •'Con? OH Pf/i»i occasional ram. gu»ty «ur- face\d« Little change Friday. Frank lurt Heidelberg rngn SJ, low 4JL Temper »• j lure* recorded am 5*54 •tt 52 50 75 Adao a.M Axhent, 50 Berlin, r '•3$ Bru»»el», r ** Cot» nh'gn, p