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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - April 9, 1968, Darmstadt, Hesse,�iv4" the s ripes . Form in tur opt a rth Africa Anil the my Del Eart vol. 26, no. 35s if 21855 a 5 Dally t0 sunday Tim Day. April 9, 1968 dual base idea nato envoy inspects shift of24thlnfdiv by Herb Scott asst. Assignments editor und John Krueger Sta of writer Stuttgart Germany is . Ambassador to nato har Lan Cleveland winding up a two a Day tour of 24th inf div units rotating from the Munich area tothe United states monday called the dual Basing concept some thing new on the face of the. cd i Lind arrived in Munich late sunday to discuss the dual Basin problems with maj. Wetherill 24th inf div cd. Und to see How the redeploy Mem plans of the 24th div Bri Gades were working out tin ambassador said that this can be a very important demonstration because with bigger and faster planes we can get the baggage Battlefield gear delivered with the combat troops. From a standing Start Cleveland said Here monday at a press conference it will be possible to get a sizable part of cont. On Page &3, col d guitar Shock Kilis boy 16, at Rhein main Luein main a. Germany is Richard m. Quimby 16, an air Force dependent was electrocuted by a faulty electric guitar saturday n spokesman said monday. His father is it. Col. Richard. Quimby jr., stationed Here. The spokesman said the victim Yves in the Home of a Friend i Cloird Phillips at Gateway gardens the military housing Ca at the time. The Accident happened this Way Phillips received a Shock from the instrument while tried to help him by milling the instrument out of Phillips hands and received the fatal Shock. Phillips is the son ofom. Sgt. Richurd a. Phillips. Memphis March locked Arm in Arm clergymen civil rights leaders and negro and White residents monday Start a March in Mem Phis in Honor of or. Martin Luther 5 killed in crash at Airport London up a courageous Pilot his Boeing 707 jetliner aflame and spewing wreckage crash landed at London Airport shortly after Takeoff monday to save the lives of most of the 126 per sons aboard. At 10 . A spokesman announced that 121 of the 115 Pas sengers and 11 crewmen aboard the plane had survived the crash. Many of the survivor were injured but it was under stood none was in serious Condi Tion. Of the survivors 111 were Pas sengers and 10 were Crew Mem Bers. Of the five dead four were passengers and the other was one of the plane s two air Charles Taylor took British overseas airways 712flying to Sydney via Zurich Tel Aviv Tehran bom Bay Singapore and Perth into the air at 4 27 . Local time12 minutes behind schedule. The jetliner was Only 2,000 feet off the ground when the inside port left engine burst nto flames and then fell free of the plane. It smashed into a grave pit Only a few Miles from wind Sor Castle where Queen Eliza Beth ii was in residence. Calling mayday. May Day ,. Mayday. The whole of my port Side is on fire to thai pro it Taylor steeply banked ithe burning plane and brought Iti Back to the Airport crash land ing it on a Short runway no usually used for such big jets. The left Wing came off As the Lane skidded to a halt. Even be the plane came to a halt most of the 115 passengers and 11 Tew members were spilling out a the emergency and Normal eyewitness said he could cont. On pages. Col. 5 Memphis marchers Honor or. King funeral today Memphis Tenn. A mrs. Martin Luther King or. Joined a silent March of thou Sands in Honor of her slain Hus band monday and pleaded that the cause for which her husband lost his life would to successfully continued. King will be buried in Atlanta come to you today because i was compelled she told the negro and White marchers from a platform erected in front Oscity Hall. During my Hus band s lifetime i have always been at his Side when i fell lie needed me. And so today Felt that to would have wanted me to be "1 Challenge you today to see that his spirit never Dies she said in an even voice so that the nation might move from this experience which to me rep resents the crucifixion and the resurrection and the redemption of the applause interrupted her talk time and time again. Mrs. King said her husband used to say with every Good Friday comes easter. We must carry on because this is the Way he would have wanted weather fair to partly Cloudy. Little change Wedney Niay. Frankfurt Heidelberg High 52, Low 34. Temperature recorded monday get i 4 4 am pm69 86 Adana a 67 64 Athens cd 46 69 Savuno p 30 46 Berlin p s4 45 Frankfurt p $0 48 London c 4 4 am pin 9 6� Madrid s7 Munich cd m 46 part o 87 pretty Lack p 48 69 Rome p 60 4 who Elm old Pieart cd Cloudy a party Cloudy. And weather Wina it. His Campaign for the poo must go standing straight and solemn her hands occasionally gripping the lecture she traced the history of their life together from the 1955 Montgomery bus Boycott to voting rights for political pow in the front ranks were Percy Sutton Manhattan n.y., Bor Ough president Charles Cogin president of the american federation of teachers Jerr Wurf International president 01 the american federation of state county and municipal employees Walter Reuther president of the United Auti workers and his wife. Hundreds of helmeted Natiola guardsmen bayonets attached t rifles stood on the wide Plait. Oft up

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