European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 11 1968, Page 5

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 11, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseThursday january 11, 1968 the Lars and stripes Page 3 Powell cheered 0n walk in Watts Angeles Jam packed hundreds of Sory is Ging to recor3that he second civil War and he beginning of the Back Revo nation was born and cheers greeted this up eduction to the open air Road at the Start of his hectic afternoon s appearances. Shirt hand with his Necktie the Harlem Clergyman de Rived by the House of his congressional seat last March climbed Back into a Sedan an drove 40 blocks farther South to r exile Powell flew to los Angeles lat monday from the Bahamas via Miami he said he will speak on what he called the Black revolution at 14 tuesday s outdoor talk from an open automobile in vacant lot Powell said i be come Here to talk to my Souli Brothers and soul sisters.". The Watts walk than Start Ecat Broadway and Manchester ave., on the Edge of the sout Central los Angeles District rav aged by flaming deadly negro riots in August 1965. At 103rd Street charcoal Al eur of the riots where Vaca tots still gape on the site of wired out buildings Powell entered a red panel truck that had been following him Lade with whistling cheering Young Many now clambered aboard35 to 40 by newsmen count that Powell reverted to foot for the walk along 103rd.the crowd became a traffic stopping Jam. One exuberant Young negro hurled himself at Powell kissing him on the to Avert further such outbursts Powell stopped part Way through charcoal Alley and raised his hand. He called for a moment of silent prayer in memory of our soul brother Sand Sisters who died in the Brief pre hike speech scowling and gesticulating he said we have not the democracy today that we used to have. It a democracy for the upper class White and Black. It s a democracy for the privileged the Uncle Toms and aunt there were cheers and applause. We re not going to have the kind of America we should have Powell said until the recognize that people like you Are the Backbone of what once was capt. Joseph e. Snyder or. Capt. Richard g. Alexander linked to Arnheiter Case horizontal _ verdon5. Swine s pen 8. Foolish 12. Michigan 13. East India Herb 14. Fitzgerald 15. Matures 16. Canadian City 18. Fate 20. Ship decks 21. Building plot 22. Place 23. Memento 26. Batter s Hope 30. Twilight 31. Pelt82. Japanese name83. Chinese cloth86. Pronoun 90ob. Fleming8&.hlnt 40. Leg part43. Move backward47. Meditated 49. Post50. One time 51. Girl s name52. Anglo Saxon serf 53. Rip54. Conjunction 55. Simmer vertical1. Happy 2. Salary3. Supple ments4. Snuggle 5. Exhausted6. Neat 7. Potato8. Designate 9. Voice10. A failure 11. Sunburns answer to yesterday s Puzzle. Waara Atana Mana aft Anizja Hub aaa a aver be Tau of win Tiloi t m minutes 17. Musical work 19. Electrified article 22. Common value 23. Decimal unit 24. Eggs25. Cognizance 26. Type of Roll 27. Hasten28. Pronoun 29. Pedal digit 31. Marsh34. Gentler 85. Comfort36. Haul 37. Greek god39. Tree 40, speck41.whetaton 42. Peruvian Indian 43. Renovate44. Orient 45. Functioning Trigo nometry46. Killed 48. Sped 2s 54 Ifa to 44 probe demanded of shipper shift Washington a y. Resnick d-n.y., demanded tuesday that Congress investigate what he called the disgraceful removal of g. Alexander from command of the new Jersey. In telegrams to Secretary of defense Robert s. Mcnamara and the Secretary of the Navy Resnick declared it is obvious that Alexander lost the prize command and was assigned ashore because he protested the reprimand and beaching of an other told a reporter that if the appropriate committees of Congress do not undertake an investigation into the matter Hewill do it on his own. The Navy said tuesday that the 45-year-old career officer has been assigned to the 1st naval District in Boston at his own request for personal he will be in a strictly administrative Post assistant chief of staff for naval opera new Jersey is scheduled to go to Vietnam within afew months. Its new skipper is capt. Joseph e. Snyder jr., no commander of the Cruiser St. Paul. Submitted protest Alexander in november pro tested to Secretary of the Navy Paul r. Ignatius the Transfer ashore in san Francisco of it. Cmdr. Marcus a. Arnheiter from command of the radar picket ship Vance off Vietnam several months ago. This trans Fer was the result of complaint from Junior officers that prompted an investigation and finding that Arnheiter had Gross Lack of judgment and in ability to Lead in his protest to Ignatius Al expander declared or. Secre tary what All of your officers will demand to know is just How in hell could this happen in Resnick said it is obvious that the Only reason for this outrageous action is the fact that capt. Alexander came to the de sense of Arnheiter As was his right and responsibility As a naval Navy was asked if the protest had anything to do wit Halexander s Transfer. A spokes Man replied. Only capt. Alexan Der can discuss the personal reasons which led him to re quest in Philadelphia Alexande confirmed he had requested the Transfer but declined to say whether his action was forced by the Arnheiter new York times quoted the Captain As giving Persona reasons without explaining but adding All i can say is that regret having to get a Transfer. No real Navy Man likes to go ashore. No assignment can equal the new the Washington Post said Al expander had promised to re quest reassignment if h. Moorer chief of naval operations did not change his mind after review of the Arnheiter Case. This occurred the newspaper said after Moorer gave Alexander a dressing Downin november after the Post had published a Story on the Case. Then on dec. 29, in the office of rear. Adm. Maurice f. Weis Ner assistant chief of naval personnel Alexander was reminded of his commitment handed prepared statement requesting reassignment and he signed it the Post said. At his san Rafael calif.,Home, Arnheiter told a reporter he is certain Alexander lost his ship because of his straight Forward briefing of Ignatius and passing this on to interested members of Congress. This headed is a matter which de mands the fullest Public Romney blasts investment travel curbs Lansing. Mich. A Michigan gov. George Romney tuesday called president John son s move to restrict foreign investments and travel to improve the u. S. Balance of pay ments a major backward move inadequate and Romney a candidate for the Republican presidential Nomina Tion said Johnson s program typically has come Only after a Long period of inaction and tem por izing which in turn has helped the problems reach Cri Sis Romney said the restriction son travel would erect a Berlin Wall separating United state citizens from some nations but not from others cultural Exchange better understanding of other nations can come Only through travel and cultural Exchange Romney said. Romney said he had fou main objections to the presi Dent s program. He listed theseas 1. It is another step in apiece by piece devaluation of the Dollar and establishes As a Cen trial part of . Foreign eco nomic policy a system of Exchange controls and multiple Exchange rates."2. The president s program deals Only with the symptoms of the problem and fails to Deal with its Basic source which i Domestic inflation triggered by mismanagement of our domes tic fiscal and monetary affairs. "3. The program is discriminatory. It discriminates against nations because of happen stance of geography and u also has a discriminatory Impact Onu. S. Businessmen and citizens. "4. It is a major step toward authoritarian and bureaucratic controls Over he lives of Ameri can people and finally the Michigan governor said the real problems Are not tourism or foreign in vestment but Domestic inflation and government spending abroad. And the president s proposals ignore these fundamental problems. The whole sad situation makes Clear once More the crying need for a new Republican administration in washing wee pals what do you Towk of our foreign policy p of to i guess you could at describes it s foreign to me /

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