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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - April 28, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 24 the stars and stripes sunday april 28, ., Hanoi still snarled on talk site Washington a North vietnamese representatives met again in Laos sat urday without breaking the dead lock about where to hold preliminary peace talks the state department meeting in Vientiane be tween Ambassador w i 1-Liam h. Sullivan and the North vietnamese charge d affaires Nguyen Chan was the second re ported last week in the continuing Exchange Between the United states and North Vietnam Over a site for preliminary talks. No agreement. There is no agreement on the site yet state department press officer Carl Bartch reported inthe announcement of the latest declined to give further de tails including whether Hanoi has replied to Proposals Sug Gesting any of 15 asian or european capitals As a suitable meeting place. Korean reds ambush patrol Seoul up a band of20 North korean infiltrators am bushed a 10-Man United nation command patrol saturday in a wilderness near Panmunjom killing one South korean and wounding two americans. The . Command demanded an investigation of the incident but North Korea refused. The fighting was the fourth sizable clash Between North korean . Troops along the truce line since easter sunday. There have been several smaller skirmishes without North koreans opened up on the . Patrol with Auto Matic weapons South of the truce line. Another 10-Man patrol fro the 2nd inf div was in the area and came to help. The North koreans fled Back across the truce line. Students. Conti Mied from Page it demanding the release of two students arrested in the fire bombing of the Italo America Boston chemical Industrial corp. The bombing reportedly in tended As a protest against american policy in Vietnam caused minor damage firm week before last. To the University students clashed previously with police March 1and 16 in riots that left hundreds injured. Those riots grew out of demands for University reforms. Observers said that the g o verment apparently had ordered police to get Tough because i feared a growing wave of Stu Dent agitation just before National elections May 19-20. After the convention it s of Johnson limits politicking of aides Washington a the White House has informed top officials in the executive Branc that president Johnson expects them to stay Clear of pre Conven Tion politics this year. Sources said saturday that Johnson aides made phone Calls to Cabinet departments to Tel High level officials they should not publicly take sides in the Campaign for the democratic presidential nomination. Three new Auto safety rules issued Washington up the government issued three new Auto safety standards saturday including an ant theft device on passenger cars to remind forgetful Driver that he has left the key in the new Standard requires that once a key is remove from the ignition switch the switch is automatically effective on cars built after Jan. 1, 1970, the Standar requires the automaker to provide at least "1,000 different combinations for the lock . William had Don jr., director of the National High Way safety Bureau said that about 650,000 cars will be stolen in the United states in 1968. He said 100,000 of those will be involved in accidents some 200 times the rate for any Standard that cuts the number of Auto thefts would be a significant contribution tothe reduction of Highway deaths and injuries Haddon of the two other new standards required All cars Tobe equipped with a Hood Latch system. In the Case of front hoods the automakers mus provide a second Latch to act As a fail Safe device should the first Latch fail and the Hood Spring open blocking a Driver View. The third Standard was aimed at concealed specified that sealed headlight system is used it must be designed to remain headlights. It where a con open in the event of malfunction. Three other amendment were issued to earlier standards defrosting systems strengthen issued on Windshield wipers and door latches Salazar s anniversary Lisbon up the nation saturday marked the 40th anniversary of or. Antonio de Oli Veira Salazar s entry into government with ceremonies in Lis Bon Oporto Coimbra Batalha and elsewhere. In some departments meet Ings were called to impress officials with the president s think ing on the subject. The White House would Only refer inquiring newsmen to Johnson s March 31 speech when he withdrew from the 1968 was called specifically to this passage i have concluded that i should not per Mit the presidency to become involved in the partisan divisions that Are developing in this political some department Heads interpreted Johnson s reference tothe presidency to mean Only he would not become now have been informed he included All policymakers within the executive Branch. Before this clarifying word came from the White House vice president Hubert h. Humphrey got Public from three Cabine Secretary of l. Freeman. Designate Wilbur Cohen to health sen Robert f. Kenned endorsed thursday Humphrey says Hoh run continued from Page v a to doubt not Only ourselves but our goals and ideals. With Unity am convinced those goals and ideals can be Humphrey also said i shall is the president has observe the absolute priority of peace Over politics. For 1968 is not the year for frenzied or inflammatory rhetoric or for finding scribe a goats for our problems. It is the year for common the vice president made no direct reference to Kennedy and Mccarthy already battling for support in presidential Primar ies the next one in Indiana May 7. I intend to fight hard for the nomination but i do hot intend to Divide either my party or my nation Humphrey said. In this Effort i shall a my est. And i ask no less of those who will join me. For democracy is Only what democracy gets done Humphrey said. Enter this course with a to win he Contin. Tied. And i shall base every of Trig i do on one conviction that this country working in spirit of Unity can overcome any obstacle in finally realizing the Fuu Hess of Freedoff. The prize of peace and the Happi Ness it human Opportunity Here and in the world.1 Humphrey said Johnson acted bravely Arm beyond All per Sonal interest in rejecting re nomination in an Effort to bring Unity to America and peace to Southeast Asia. We do not yet know Thea out come of the president s Initia Tive for peace in Asfa Humphrey said. We Are hopeful but without illusion. Only Tim and events will give the answer we do know however that in our country a sense of bal Ance has been restored said. Dramatized the nation is the need has come. A .4. A a Taiulu t Ophrey said to put aside sem ambition and pettiness Andl recognize that the United state has More strength than weak Nesses. V the time has come to , but in a willingness to get Down to the hard tiring endless work every generation a fore us has paid put to keep alive the vision of what Ameri Ca c , " has come in Shorto reaffirm once More that a can do whatever we must do to carry Forth the unfinished and1 peaceful american revolution.", although any heir apparent status for Humphrey is vague Attis Point professional politicians Are Jirm in the belief Johnson prefers Humphrey As she s 36-24-36 Jennifer summer 22. Of Liverpool England wears a smile and a Crown after being chosen miss England 1968 in London. The Secretary Wilt represent her country in the upcoming miss Europe contest to be held in Nice France. A photo Maichle 9 Harlech attend meeting Cambridge mass. A mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy at tended the annual meeting of the advisory committee of the Institute of politics of the Johnf. Kennedy school of govern ment Friday at Harvard University. Also at the meeting was lord Harlech who As David orms by Gore was the ambassador of great Britain to the United Stales when Kennedy was presi Dent. The two flew in from Newyork for the meeting and left at its end apparently to return Tonew York. Dean Don Price of the Kennedy school of government said that the meeting which hours reviewed pro Grams under Way and discussed others which May be developed. Also attending were Robertw. Lovett head of Brown Bros. Harriman new York financial House Sens. John Sherman Cooper of Kentucky and Henrym. Jackson of Washington and mrs. Katherine Graham of the Washington Post. The chairman of the group i ambassador Vereil Harriman who was unable to Forrestal new York lawyer and prof. Richard , director of the Institute also attended mrs. Kennedy and lord liar Lech were among the last to leave. B5 5 my a crowd of several Hundred mostly Harvard students had gathered in the Street outside the Institute Headquarters on it. Auburn Street. The crowd cheered and applauded when mrs. Kennedy emerged from the building. Shews hatless and wore a dark Blue Spring coat. She smiled As she walked afew Steps to a car. Then she and lord Harlech drove away president made Clear in remarks thursday night he will not be a bystander in the carib remains undisclosed just How and. When Johnson would help his Loyal vice president pick up support for the democratic convention in August at Chicago while Kennedy and Mccarthy Harvest the publicity and the votes from the presidential Pri Maries he is not entering. But Humphrey 56, is regarded As a Strong Prospect to win the nomination a prize he saw vanish in 1960 after he suffered primary defeats at the hands of John f. Kennedy. Baseball by United Prei International american league Detroit 10q2u"�"fth"1new York 000000000-0-4-1 Melvln 2-0 and Fri Han Peterson Bouton 8down link 9 and o by j Peterson. Hr8mcauli of 3rdi, Northrup 1stcd Cako Minnesota 020 010 Olx-4-8-1 meet Phuy i. Mem it to Alphson Murritt 3-1 and Roseboro j up Horlen aides deny Rumor about lbs s health Washington up a White House said Friday Tat president Johnson is in sex Cement about rumours of poo health including one that a chief i executive planned to re sign because of it White assistant press Johnson saw Burkley White Houseman says the president is j event health mud that report to the contrary is i a in the Day Pujji pm a / i Rici Hina Secretary George Tinli u "., the rumours As

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