European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Dec 28 1967, Page 1

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - December 28, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseUnofficial newspaper of . Forces in Europe North Africa to and fhe Middle East vol. 26, no. 253 in 21855 a thursday december 28, 1967 5 daily 10 sunday d allowances Cut 15% for yanks in Britain 28,000 Are affected reduction by f?.yv" a ii i ,1, i ,. Faa Lii \ thu. T u m .to.jfc.i4-/iao-Jrfwiii-. 7 airborne three youngsters find them selves flying As a Christmas gift Toboggan zooms Over a bump on a Snow covered Hill in Syracuse . The pals Are fro front to rear Dave Tully Ralph Nelson and Chuck Mcfadden. The boys escaped without injury from their unscheduled Takeoff and immediately trudged Back up the Hillside for another try. A London up nearly28,000 . Servicemen and civilians stationed in Britai have been told their Cost of living allowances Are being Cut by 15 per cent because of Britain s devaluation of the Pound. When Britain devalued by 15per cent last month the service men and civilians were in effect Given a pay raise of 15 per cent since they were paid in cuts Are retroactive to dec. 1. A . Air Force spokesman a Ruislip air base said Strong protests had been made to Washington pointing out that the British Cost of living had Rise by we per cent. Substantial cuts have also Bee ordered in housing allowances. A Navy Captain or colonel 0-6in London with three dependents for instance is trimmed from$5.65 to $4.25 a Day. An of Ensign or 2nd lieutenant Withine dependent drops from $3.65 to $2.75, a Navy spokesman e7 in London with three dependents is Cut from $3.05 Aday to $2.10 and an e3 with no dependents drops from $1.45daily housing allowance to $1. A special Cost of living allow Ance in London received by about 3,000 persons was dropped. An army Captain loses $31.50monthly and some married servicemen can lose As much As $48. Reds winning other War in Vietnam Romney says Saigon a presidential hopeful George Romney said wednesday that military Vic tories Are being won by the United states and its allies in the Walls have ears Denison Tex. A Rickey Shearer. 4, was t carrying on a silent protest against the electronic age. He just did t understand the complicated intercom system connecting his Roo with the nursing station at Madonna Hospital nurse attempting to Check the line to Rickey room which ended in a Wall speaker at the head of his bed failed to get any implored. Say something Rickey i know you re finally with some Hesi tation and a great Deal of Awe a Small voice answered what do you want Wall South Vietnam but the communists Are winning the so victories Are called other War. Our military being won without correspond ing victories in the political economic and social Fields Romney told a news conference at the end of a three Day visit. Romney also criticized the proportion of the . Effort in South Vietnam saying there remains the problem of the United states tending to do too much of the Job the Michigan governor said again that he had been misled on his previous visit to South Vietnam More than two years ago but that he had gotten a cont. On Page it col. 1 arraign garrisons new suspect los Angeles up Edgar Eugene Bradley 49, West coast representative old a radio evangelist was arraigned wednesday in municipal court in connection with a Louisiana warrant accusing him of conspiring to kill president John f. Kennedy and was released on his own recon jewelry taken at Frankfurt pm burglars get $30,000 Frankfurt a burglars broke into the main . Army Post Exchange Here Early wednesday and made off wit More than $30,000 Worth of jewel by German police reported. Police said the jewelry including diamonds and rings was in one of two 200-Pound safes that the thieves carried away with them in a other Safe they said contained gasoline coupons which Are sold to american servicemen to enable them to tank at Desand Esso service stations in West . . Army military police patrol discovered the break i about 1 30 . Duhig an hourly thieves reportedly used a fire escape ladder to climb to the weather Light Snow mixed with rain in the morning Cloudy and warmer afternoon. Mild Friday. Frankfurt Heidelberg High 40, Low 36. Temperatures recorded wednesday get 4 4 am pm 41 62 Adana cd 61 61 Athens p 43 46 Aviano cd 32 30 Berlin p 32 36 Frankfurt p 37 46 London p 4 4 am pm 36 50 Madrid p 34 36 Munich p 39 45 Paris p 48 48 Prestwick r 45 48 Rome p 54 59 wheelus p cd Cloudy a partly Cloudy r-rain.2nd weather Wing roof where they removed bar from a window and Cut away the Glass. According to a Taurus District spokesman the window is at the Back of the Exchange fac ing the parking lot where the burglars were relatively Safe from detection. A Bolt Cutter was used to remove the bars the spokesman said investigators speculated that the culprits were professionals who had familiarized themselves with the patrol routine. Ameri can Cid men and German Crim Inal police Are investigating. Niz Ance without being require to Post bail. The charges were filed by new Orleans dist. Atty. J i m Garrison. Bradley who has denied an involvement in the assassination of the president made a pre arranged surrender to sheriff Peter Pitchess and was the taken before judge David j. Aisenson for the arraignment. Aisenson continued. The Ca Sefor 30 Days pending extradition proceedings by Louisiana authorities. Bradley was ordered to come Back o court Jan. 29 at2 . Bradley was accompanied by his attorney George Jensen who promised to fight extradition tooth and extradition would have to be approved by California gov. Ronald the arraignment Deputy dist. Atty. Joseph c a r r Tol Aisenson his office had no objection to releasing Bradley without bail since there were no indications he would try to noted that Bradley has lived in the same Home in sub cont. On Page ,?4, col. 5

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