European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Aug 5 1968, Page 1

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - August 5, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseFreed pilots capt. Joe v. Carpenter maj. James f. Low and maj. Fred n. Thomp ""%@8�r son left to right talk with newsmen during Layover at Frankfurt. Is Dixon 3 predict More Row releases by Herb Scot assistant assignments editor Frankfurt is the three . Air Force pilots freed by the North vietnamese Over the weekend said Here sunday in route to new York that the believe Many More american prisoners will be released by the communists in Hanoi. We feel we re the second group of Many to come said maj. James f. Low 43. The first threesome a Navy flier and two air Force pilots returned to the United states in february. Low capt. Joe v. Carpenter,37, and maj. Fred n. Thompson 32, seemingly rested relaxed land in Good spirits had a 20 minute talk with . Newsmen aboard an Airport bus parked beside an american commercial jetliner during a Stop on their flight Home from Bangkok. Not specified the three former pos were not told specifically that . Fighting men held by the reels would be released Low explained but he added that Hanoi wants to return More americans was implied by the North vietnamese officials who informed them they were being sent Home. We Hope they Why they were picked for Freedom Over other prison ers All three had wide grins As Low replied guess they cont. On Page 84, col. 1 will go on czechs told Prague a czechoslovak communist party Leader Alexander Dubcek told a nationwide radio and television audience sunday that the country s leadership would continue with its liberalization policies. Dubcek said according to the czechoslovak news Agency ctr we Are returning unofficial newspaper of . Forcett in Europe North Africa and the Middle East vol.27, no. 109 if 21855 a 5 daily 10 sunday monday August 5, 1968 Are from the Bratislava meet ing with the conviction that we must continue consistently on the Road on which we embarked in january. There is no alternative for the nations of this he said czechoslovak expectations had been fulfilled at the cont. On Page 2$, col. It gop i i Unise Miami Beach Fla. A Republican platform drafter offered the party and the voters sunday a Compromise peace in Vietnam Plank that rejects camouflaged surrender an pledges vigorous negotiations As Long As they offer an reasonable Prospect for a just the completed platform seemingly built to order for either Richard m. Nixon or Nel son a. Rockefeller to run on charges that our heavy involvement in Vietnam stems from a breach of Faith by the democratic administration. The key Plank commits Hegop if the National Conven Tion approves the platform tuesday to a progressive de americanization of the War greater South vietnamese responsibility and a settlement based on the principle of self determination our National interests and the cause of Long Range world for the Home front the plat form that was finally Ham mered out at 3 15 . By weary platform committee headed by sen. Everett m. Dirk sen promised crime a vigorous drive against the narcotics traffic racketeering and the organized cont. On Page 2l of col 3i 28 injured in disorders in wis., a. New York up does a groovy rap hang you up up tight about the dialogue Gap Daisy Shaw the director of educational and vocational guidance in Newyork City schools has prepared a glossary to help her staff Counselor Over 30" communicate with the student they glossary do you understand what they Are say ing would define the sentence above As does a Good Frank conversation create problems for you some of mrs. Shaw s Slang expressions have been in use among the hip for generations for instance bread for Money and groovy for anything superlative but others Are Peculiar to the now . Among her terms Are up tight tense anxious or in distress to put on i deceive or pretend to red Cross to give support or i assist a blood a negro off the Wall foolish or ridiculous to of sight perfect or Beautiful to rap communicate or talk honestly and stay Loose be on the Alert. From a and up dispatches at least 28 persons four of them policemen were injured i racial disorders which broke out in two widely separated . Cities sunday. In York. Pa., 10 persons were wounded by Shotgun pellets in a predominantly negro Section of the City when violence broke out Early sunday. Extra police we recalled in to Seal off the trouble persons including four policemen were injured i Racine wis., when negro and White Young people smashed windows looted stores and stoned said six adults and a juvenile were arrested during the three hour outbreak. The violence started about mid night and was brought under control three hours later. Racine county sheriff s deputies and police from several communities helped restore order. None of the injuries was Seri Ous police said. A 77-year-old Man who was dragged from Hiscar was the Only person reported at dance mayor William Beyer said the trouble began when a fight broke out at a dance at Washington Park High school near a pre dominantly negro area of the South Side. The fight moved outside he said and the crowd estimated at 300, moved into the streets Mangs smashing store windows cont. On Page 2$, col. If weather mostly Cloudy with intermittent rain. Continued mild and moist tuesday. Frankfurt Heidelberg High 70, Low do. Temperatures recorded sunday Cicet Button Down Republican mrs. Louise Kimmel of Tulsa i t fat she b up trial about All but of party. 4 4 am pm 64 93 Adana p 75 84 Athens p 64 81 Aviano p 55 77 Berlin p 63 66 Frankfurt p 67 63 London cd 4 4 am pm 64 s3 Madrid p 55 64 Munich cd 61 72 Paris p 59 70 Prestwick p 64 82 Rome p 72 84 wheelus p a Clear cd Cloudy a partly Cloudy f rain 2nd weather wins

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