European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 14 1968, Page 5

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 14, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseIt Jdnes Day february 14, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 5 in Frankfurt troop f talks held Frankfurt a two ton officials of the Johnson and minis ration met Here tuesday 3 the president of the West German Federal Bank but the contents of the talks were not topic was believed to be new agreement whereby West Germany would continue to meet fatal to girl Dallas Tex. A four year old Dianne Watts of dem son Tex., whose playmates tied rope around her neck and pushed her Down a slide thurs Day died monday in a Dallas was fatally injured when the rope snapped her Back spokesman at Parkland Hospi Tal was the daughter of or and mrs. Hank Watts of de Nison. Watts is retired from the air Perrin air Force base ambulance rushed the child to dal Las after the incident on a play ground near her Home. She was the youngest of eight children. A Large share if not All of the foreign Exchange costs of stationing 220,000 american troop sin West Germany. . Under Secretary of state Eugene Rostow and under Secre tary of Treasury Frederick dem ing met with the Bank presi Dent Karl Blessing before go ing to Frankfurt Airport for the return trip Home. The american officials drove Here from Bonn where they talked monday wit German government leaders. Key position the Federal Bank which makes its decisions Independent of Bonn holds a key position in the negotiations. Last year the Bank accepted the Bonn government s recommendation to Purchase $500 Mil lion of 4 year . Treasury Bonds to offset part of the Dol Lar costs of the seventh army and its supporting units. Chancellor Kurt Georg Kies Inger s government has said it is looking to the Bank for an other assist this year. The government has made Clear How Ever that West Germany was in no position economically to meet All of the . Exchange costs estimated this year at $675million. Horizontal,1. Size of type5, Tennis stroke8. Recedes 12. Min Entrance 13. Open poetic 14. Shred of waste silk 15. Indolent17. Spanish painter18. Japanese coin19. Posses Siv pronoun 20. French cap21. Paid notices22. Ocean 23. Specter 26. Repeat30. Leander s love31. Consumed 32. The terrible 33. Land of the free 85. Brittle cookies 36. Skill37, peruse 88. Retinue 41. Young boy 42, abyssinian Prince 45. Against46. Very respectful48. Idea comb form49. Saluta Tion 50. Wild ox51. Bereft 52. Russia com munity53. Percussion instrument vertical1. Mountain defile2. Indolent 3. Plan shoot 4. Siamese Coin 5. Attica6. Musical work7. Bengal quince8. Valuing highly9. Wild pig 10. Body secretion answer to yesterday s Puzzle. Are Fate time of solution s �4 minute 11. Narrow Ash 16. Secrete20. Insect 21 act of worship 22. Sainte abbr 23. The urial24. Surround 25. Land measure 26. Greenland Eskimo 27. Girl name 28. Faucet29. Abstract being31. Perform 34. Wrath35. Lateral boundary37. Vacillate 38. Float39. Untie 40. Roma Road 41. Son of Jacob 42. Wester City 43. Soon44. Male red deer46. Zodiac sign 47. Cloth remnant mod mannequin no you re not seeing double that s mannequin of socialite Wendy Vanderbilt left and Here Wendy right. Saks fifth Avenue has a stable of likenesses of hic Young women on View at their fashionable new York department store. Arnoto but can it replace Rumba Taft asks Fulbright to step Down los Angeles up Taft jr., a Ohio monday called on sen. J. William Ful Bright d-ark., to step Down As chairman of the Senate foreign1 relations committee in the inter est of National claimed that Fulbright deep and publicly expressed Dis satisfaction with president John son s Vietnam policy ran counter to what he said was the traditional cooperation that should exist Between the chairman of that committee and the White Houston major foreign policy issues. With sen. Fulbright so widely divided from the president on current National policy in Viet Nam it is proper to ask whether the nation might not Best reserved by his voluntary withdrawal from that position Taf said in a Lincoln club address. Taft said he was not trying Todo away with dissent and noted All the protections for Freedom of speech. But they were not designed to sow disunity in time of danger he added. The individual May speak out and attempt to effect the direction of National there is a personal conviction of error there May eve be a duty so to speak particularly on the part of those in pub Lic life. But there can be an even stronger duty. To follow National policy As developed and committed rather than to try to sabotage Fasching hit Fri if Atn. By Peter Kuhr staff writer colognes a take that old american Christmas stand by Jingle Bells substitute in Ane lyrics like rum tata rum tata and what have you got a German Fasching hit. At least that s what the creator of this year s immortal ditty Hopes for when the bands Star playing the records Start spin Ning and the royalties come pour ing the riotous Celebration of carnival May be big fun. Topmost burghers to others its merely big business. And Mead scramble for the season s top tune is just one part of All time Winner with the untranslatable refrain of hum a Rumba Rumba Tae Terae by now has become an year around favorite and has been elevated to the status Ofa Battle hymn of German soccer at one time vici6us Rumo Shad it that the song was perpetrated by a Fasching fiend one Stark raving mad. But the fact is it was the brainchild of Toni Haemmerle the one Man Rodgers & Hammer Stem or German Fasching. Haemmerle recognized Long ago that the text of a Success Ful carnival sing along Sway along had to be simple enough to be mastered by even the most illiterate merry maker on the rink of passing out. Rumba passed that test nicely and so does the new " Jingle Bells variation which experts predict will ?. Top of the Fasching pops in 1968. Its soulful refrain rum tata rum tata. Who would have thought that. Rum tata rum tata. Is so much fun but it s not Only carnival song that hold out the warm Promise of cold Cash As Long As the merry reason is under is for instance the an Nual preseason tug of War Over who will be elected Fasching Prince the Man who rules local fools until the top vote getter May Ormay not be a handsome Prince charming who can hold his Lik Ker and deliver a Good speech. But he s invariably Well ? hardly. No Pau per could uphold the expensive custom of keeping the Royal court financially afloat thu helping defray the considerable expenses of every decent Fasch what ape you going to be Yah Enyou group Nipper ? ing club. So the Short lived privilege has to be a 1 for but the Prinz usually More than re coups his outlays through such incalculable As instant Fame and free advertising for his Busi , it should Surprise no one that Cologne s current majesty Prince Glaus is an industrialist and that Duess Dorf Sprince Helmar is a wealthy aristocrat who also happens Torun a construction business. The same pattern is repeated another carnival hubs like Mainz and Munich. Wee pals Don t want to risk being sit a i m not going to growl Wellington what i m putting a parents through now

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