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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 22, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 6 the stars and stripes thursday february 22, former for aide lawyer to run lbs s 1968 Campaign Washington up bless ing intensified political efforts in his behalf. President Johnson has tapped James h. Rowe or. Washington lawyer and an old confidant to run his 1968 re election s move in turn has stirred activity in the democratic National committee which has been largely moribund since1964. The committee already hashed three regional strategy conferences at Salt Lake City Des Moines and Dallas and plans a fourth in Atlanta this weekend. It also intends to spend More than $1 million in the coming months on a nationwide voter registration drive headed by Billie Farnum a former demo cratic congressman from Michi Gan. Rowe 58, who has been apolitical ally of Johnson s since the Early new Deal Days do snot have the title of Campaign manager this year. But Rankin sources on the National commit tee left no doubt tuesday that he is the big Man. Jim Rowe is really running the Campaign one source said. Officially in the party Hier Archy Rowe is in charge of citizens for Johnson Humphrey a Volunteer adjunct of the National and Johnson have known each other since the1930s, when the president was a Young congressman from Texas and Rowe was a White House aide to Franklin d. , Rowe was counsel to the Senate democratic policy committee which Johnson headed and was a Workhorse i Johnson s unsuccessful bid for the 1960 democratic presiden tial nomination. Won t Tell where son is jailed widow still silent Houston Tex. A array haired Houston grand Mother who was sentenced to jail for contempt of court a month ago says she s willing to spend the rest of my life Vick refused Jan. 23 to Tell judge Ben Woodall i Domestic relations court where her son Jerry Ladd Gary had gone with his 3-year-old Daugh . Vick a widow who observed her 55th birthday in the Harris county jail said Mon Day she has prayed constantly for a solution to her predict also has organized the 50 women in her cell Block into sunday school class which she leads. Address withheld Gary 33, left Houston in june investigators said taking his daughter Shelly Gwen . Gary had filed suit for divorce after five years of marriage. At the Jan. 23 hearing testified she had paid off her son s car note and forwarded him the title. She refused to Baker indicted on liquor charge Snow Hill my. Up former Senate Page boy Bobby Baker is in trouble with the la again. The one time protege of president Johnson then a Sena Tor has been indicted for allegedly violating a Maryland county Blue Law that prohibit the Sale of liquor on sunday. In an indictment returned Bya local grand jury last week and made Public monday bake was charged along with his partner. Robert s. Bounds wit Selling liquor at their Ocean City Motel Carousel after 9p.m. On new year s eve. The charge stemmed from police visit to the Motel on new year s eve which fell on sunday. Baker 39, already faces possible prison sentence for tax evasion. Tell where she sent the car title. She will go on refusing she said this week. Anything i can do that will make it any More possible for him to raise his child i will Doit she told a newsman. They re together. They re Happy. All this would be in vain if he was to come earlier this week Woodall or dered mrs. Vick brought to court again to reveal where Shehad sent the car title. She re fused to answer the court question and to accept a court appointed lawyer but the judgement one to her cell anyway. Woodall said the Case was no simply a matter of his will ver sus her resolve but judicial rules forced him to abide by the her cell mrs. Vick said she did not want to be contemptuous of the Law. And i Don t want to be contemptuous of the judge she added. It is Worth my life to help my son raise his child in a Christian environment. I m will ing if it s necessary to spend the rest of my life twin pleasures when identical twins Anne Marie left and ase Brekke arrived in Miami from their Home in Norway in order to attend a stewardess training course they brought along the top photo of frolics in the Snow. Below they duplicate the pose in a warm swimming Pool. Associated press photos lonesome cadets expect distaff to boost morale Sewanee Tenn. A when you admit girls to a military Academy what does it do for the cadets it boosts morale that s what it is How cadets reacted at Sewanee military Academy Century old prep school to the announcement that about 50 girls will be admitted next fall. The current crop includes 251 Lone Yyoung males in virtual isolation atop this Mountain about 50 mile from Chattanooga. Just How the girls will reworked into the program where military life is emphasize strongly is still a question. I think it will certainly improve the cadets behaviour in class and might make them look sharper said Cadet Bill Ward. Competition in class rooms should be Keener and it will obviously boost the morale of the corps said Ronnie Enz Weiler a battalion commander. Although it s a year too lat for the seniors Enzweiler said it should boost the morale of the cadets to it will be a new experience for the cadets said James Barker & senior. Some boy shave never been to High school with girls. It should help improve their dress and or. Edward n. Mccrady vice Chancellor of the University of the South said the Board of regents will allow daughters of faculty and staff at the episcopal educational Complex to attend the Academy As Day students. Athe same time he said the regents decided to give up operation of St. Mary s school for girls Here. 2nd Moon rocket firing due March 21 or after Washington a the second test launching of the Moon rocket designed to Putamen onto the lunar surface has been scheduled for no earlier than March 21. The National aeronautics an space administration announced the Date tuesday As Milestone in the Moon flight of first Saturn v rocket was successfully flown nov. 9, 1967.the second of the 36-Story-Tau boosters going up from Cap Kennedy fla., next month also will Fly unmanned on a qualification test on a Long Range Orbital run. The next one May carry men. Hurtling upward on the giant engine s 7.5 million pounds of thrust a Model of the Apoll spacecraft will be pushed out to a Point 12,000 nautical Miles 14,000 statute Miles above Earth. From the High Point the spacecraft will hurtle downward in a Power run re entry Maneu ver simulating conditions of a flight Back from the planet Ven us. The in flight ignition and brie Burn of the Saturn s third stage engine is planned to carry that part of the vehicle some 279,000 Miles into space on a 18-Day elliptical Earth orbit. A four minute reverse Burn of the Apollo s main engine aft separation from the rocket i planned to limit the spacecraft s High Point. The flight plan Calls for recovery of the command module after it lands in the Pacific Ocean i fought tooth an Cut mail officials hear gripes by publishers Washington a representatives of Magazine and newspaper publishers me with Post office department officials tuesday and complained about worsening service and continually tardy delivery of publications. Postal officials headed by Deputy postmaster general Frederick c. Belen said that once specific problems Are de tailed the department will try to solve them. Among the principal com plaints 1. Inadequate postal personnel on duty on weekends to handle mailed editions of sunday Pap ers. 2. Continued late delivery of newspapers and magazines with some newspapers arriving a their destination in Bunches monday tuesday wednesday editions All arriving on thurs Day for example. One Magazine representative said some copies of his publication had arrive three weeks late. 3. Lack of communication be tween postal officials and pub Lishers concerning changes i handling or transportation Pat terns. These changes have resulted in some cases in news paper deadlines being rendered useless for transportation Pur newspaper representative said they had lost Mai subscribers because of continued Date arrival of papers Par Ocul arly weekend editions. Colourful . Cars new York a new York City will Purchase its departmental passenger cars m As sorted manufacturer colors Trayor John v. Lindsay says. Lindsay says the change from he tradition of Black cars will increase the resale value

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