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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 10, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseDesperate try new York City fireman James Huben Fol Lowed by Richard Kurtz who is administering Mouth to Mouth resuscitation Rush out of a burning Bronx Home carrying brother and sister. Efforts to revive the children failed a unofficial newspaper of . Fortes in Europe North Africa and the Middle East vol. 26, no. 296 if 21 855 a saturday february 10, 1968 5 Dally 10 sunday d marines gis crash Northeast attack Gen. Abrams to command key area at and up dispatches Saigon . Marines and soldiers combined forces to crush a guerrilla battalion of some 250 men who attack Dan Allied position four Miles South of Danang. The . Come said 152 enemy soldiers were killed in the fight thursday afternoon when the were caught Between troops of the 198th Light inf brigade an marines of the 3rd regt us casualties were 15 killed and 63wounded. The Battle was one of a series fought around a Nang,380 Miles Northeast of Saigon. Attention still focused on Shekhe Sanh area and the Northern Frontier. Four divisions of North vietnamese regulars were deployed there for what com Manders expect to be their main an indication of the Gravity with which the . Command viewed the situation in the North was a decision to Send Gen Creighton w. Abrams . Commander in Vietnam to take charge. Informed military sources said Abrams would set cont. On Page 2$, col. 1 accused a Finger and a revolver of a South Viet Marine Point at a Man accused of being a red who took part in Saigon Street fighting. Minutes after taking this picture associated press photographer Dang Van Phuoc was wounded by fragments of a communist rocket. Associated press photo three negroes . College j3rangeburg, . A three negro students were killed in a Brief but bloody Exchange of gunfire with police Ihu Sclay night in the fourth night of violence on two adjoin ing College campuses. Thirty seven other person were injured in the outburst which started when state troop Fol a i National guardsmen at tempted to push the students ack onto a Campus to douse fires they had he crack of gunfire or fire works could be heard through out the night from the grounds of South Carolina state College and Clafflin College both pre dominantly negro institutions but Friday morning All was . Robert Mcnair declared Friday that a state of emergency exists in Orangeburg and he ordered a curfew Over the entire City beginning at 5 . This curfew will continue until the state of emergency is terminated Mcnair Johnson was asked by the state National association for the advancement of col ored people to Send National guardsmen from Neutral areas outside of South Carolina to Orangeburg. In a Telegram to the president and atty. Gen. Ramsey Clark the a act said out of state guardsmen Are needed to guarantee the safety of negro citizens and the outbursts began monday night with a Rock throwing demonstration against the All Sta Bowling lanes a privately owned Alley operated by Harry cont. On Page a t col. 2 new York a mayor John v. Lindsay rejected Fri Day the recommendations of gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller s special mediation panel for end ing the week old sanitation men s strike dashing Hopes Foran Early settlement. I said yesterday the Cit would not pay blackmail in order to conclude this strike the re publican mayor declared at a news conference. The propose settlement in my View asks the City to pay a Little after the mayor acted 400shop stewards for the striking uniformed sanitation men s association voted unanimously to accept the proposal. A Union spokesman said the strike would continue nonetheless. Rejects plan As the City entered the eight Day of the municipal crisis health officials warned of grow ing rat and typhoid dangers posed by 60,000 tons of uncollected garbage festering in the renewed his plea for a National guard callup which cont. On Page 2 to col. 3 Washington play along with humans How to Playl game of tic tac toe and some times they beat us but it takes an awful Long time to train them said or. Lome Proctor of the Edsel a for Institute for medical re could train them gradually to do straight Aero stuff and up and own and diagonals he did his research for the National aeronautics an space administration. He re ported that after 18 month the chimps were starting to catch on to the diagonals until Nasa ran out of Money for the word on the games chimps play came from s when they d beat you but it was really Vav. Ross Adey. Space biologist Uva Good rough to get pm to do the at the University of California who said his research was aimed at helping evaluate prospective human said his chimps were taught to play tic tac toe while wearing electrodes so their brain wave patterns could be studied. He said the chimps showed clearly separated brain wave patterns depending on whether they made a Correct or in Correct play in the game. Indian plane lost with 98 new Delhi up the Indian air Force combed the Himalayas Friday for one of it transport planes missing for two Days with 98 persons aboard. The russian built an12 Dis appeared wednesday on a return flight to Chandigarh the capital of Punjab and Saryana states from leh an outpost on the tibetan Border. The plane headed Back for Chandigarh when bad weather prevented a Landing at leh the11,000-feet-High c a p i t a 1 of la Dakh. Four army officers and on civilian were among the Pas air Force said bad weather hampered Friday s discounted Specula Tion that the plane might have gone Down in Tibet occupied by communist China. They said improbably crashed in the Foothills of the Himalayas

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