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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 28, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseDemos Row Over Georgia delegation Russia agrees to withdraw troops but very slowly Wrangle erupts at invention i from a and up dispatches Chicago the democratic National convention split to severely in its opening ses lion that the session was ably adjourned Early tues play in the Middle of spirited debate on the convention until 6 . Cd tuesday Cut off a tumultuous demonstration by delegates who related stories Page 2, s wanted gov. Lester Maddox sle Orgia regulars ousted from the convention. I loudly chanting Julian Bond Julian Bond the name of the negro legislator leading an in insurgent Georgia slate the Dele Gates refused to obey repeated Calls for order. The demonstration erupted after the convention had defeat led by 1,413 to 1.041v& a mov Eiby Bond s supporters to oust the bladder slate. I it stalled almost certain convention ratification of a Compro Mise plan seating the Maddox slate alongside Bond s group land splitting Georgia s votes evenly Between the two factions. J before taking up the bitter Georgia contest the convention Defeated 1.368 to 955 an attempt by sen. Eugene j. Mccarthy s j supporters to unseat some of the regular Texas delegation head the Sims and stripeskak50si i a Ster unofficial a a tap a of . Forces in Europe North Africa and Fth Middle East vol. 27, no. 132 in 21855 a 5t daily 10 sunday q wednesday August 28, 1968 contenders the Friendly foes with the or us in buium i cuu i Uro 1 a i i Kuito i i infinite ii Gnu Tut a by gov. John b. Connally a outstretched hands Are the three major Candi cont. On Page 2$, col. I dates for the democratic presidential Nomina Tion. Meeting at a California caucus Are fro left vice president Hubert Humphrey. Eugene Mccarthy and George Mcgovern. A photo reforms by czechs to go on from a and up dispatches Czechoslovakia received a Promise tuesday that Russia would gradually Voith Drav its troops and allow the Alex Lander Dubcek regime to continue its reformist policies. I Dubcek who received a Roar ing Welcome when he returned i from Moscow Early tuesday morning told his countrymen in a radio address tuesday night however that thousands of soviet troops will remain in the nation for some time. In his first Public speech since the occupation the communist party first Secretary said the agreement reached in Moscow for the withdrawal of troops occupy i ing Czechoslovakia is the basis for our further indefinite stay he said that troops would be removed from cities and towns into special areas if czechoslovak authorities Are Able to main Tain order. He also said that some measures such As press censorship would be observers in mos cow expected that soviet unit would remain posted on the West German and austrian Borders of Czechoslovakia indefinitely. The withdrawal a communist source said would be slow very russians promised How Ever that the troops will no interfere in the internal affairs of Czechoslovakia and gave their cont. On puff i col i Hope us ii of Uncao a the three is a democratic presidential hopefuls bid for California s key support tuesday in a joint a eh"11 As pecl2t, Ted the Vietnam Issue. I reside it Hubert sought to convince need 174-vote Dele that his views on the War ally different r c,hallen8ing Sena. Mcgovern and eur. Mccarthy. To mag Vern the Knic candidate from South who Drew the biggest when he cited a state jul a it6 resident John ust mt1? Dlaring in the South vft"8 this is their

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