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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 24, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseYarn essay january 24. The stars and stripes africans favor . Investments Lumphrey Learned on his tour it Hubert h. Humphrey visit recently Are asking for con 5 american they consider the Keri can name on the build ing a visible evidence of their Independence from the former Knial Power the vice president Humphrey is reported to have Lound this desire in All countries i e toured earlier this he also found concern about cuts in the . Foreign Aid pro Ihram and especially in restrict Tor american assistance to 10 african nations written into the foreign Aid Bill by 10 development emphasis countries As they recalled by the . Administration Are Nigeria Tunisia Ethiopia Ghana Liberia Morocco Sudan Kenya Tanzania and Uganda. Aid to Sudan however was suspended when this Arab dominated country broke diplomatic relations with the United states last june. No Aid is going to Nigeria since the civil War with Biafra a secessionist easter province. All african leaders Humphrey met during his tour talked about Vietnam but none of them critically sources close to the Vic president reported. Humphrey is understood Mohave been impressed by the in creasing role of african youth sin the countries he visited. Soviet attempts to penetrate Africa and especially its expansion to the Mediterranean an the red sea area Are of great concern to a number of Africa statesmen Humphrey found. Though some nations he visited notably the somali Republic accepted Large scale soviet arms id others like the Congo rejected it although the Congo urgently needs transport planes and communications equipment. Chapters in 5 states klan sets up a boys9 unit Tuscaloosa Alabama up Imperial wizard Robert Shelton Laid monday the Kun flux klan has started a Junior auxiliary which he compared to the boy scouts of America. He said it already has thousands of Mem Bers in five Southern states. Shelton head of the United klan said the Junior order of the Wjk is for boys 12 to 18 years old and is dedicated to edifying their patriotism and building a moral life and he said the youth movement already has chapters in birding Ham Montgomery and Tusca i Loosa ala., Atlanta and Macau a. Sumter and Columbia , . And Richmond a. He said other chapters a eking formed in the 6-week-old program. He said at a later Date we May come into the open but to Start off we will have to build the foundation sturdily be cause we always have Liberal elements trying to chop our movements to pieces before the order Shelton said dissimilar to the boy scouts except no tans will be involved in it. It a strictly be he said that similar to the scouts an awards system will be established for such activities a camping and character building and above All for loyalty to Godard country Flag and cons Titu Gypsy psalmist must pay on Cash spirited away Washington up Gypsy psalmist Madame Lamara was ordered monday by the . Tax court to pay Back income taxes on $5,000 which she claimed was silent second a Ionedi from a t ru8slan composer Aram Khachaturian T left stands with his wife and son at John f. Unites a11" National cemetery. Khachaturian United states on a 4e�t- x n4ucting tour. A photo passed on to the spirit Lamara whose real name is mrs. Ruby Marks of Kansas City kan., collected the Money in 1959 from a retire couple to cure what she diagnosed As stomach cancer in the Hus band caused by evil the court ruling upheld a tax deficiency notice filed by the internal Revenue service irs against mrs. Marks. The court held that mrs. Mar Sand her husband Joe owed joint income taxes on the $5,000, de spite the claim that the Money had been sent to the spirit world in an elaborate ceremony com plete with the killing of a Chick Enand a puff of smoke from the Container where the Money was placed. Criminal prosecution against mrs. Marks was barred by the statute of limitations but a civil trial in Missouri in 1963 awarded the victimized couple or. An mrs. Thomas Entsminger $5,000 in actual damages and $5,000 i punitive damages which has yet to be court ruling noted that mrs. Marks had told the retire Power company employee that he had stomach cancer caused by evil spirits who were angry be cause he had an obsession for Money. About $4,000 of the Money for the spirit world had come from the couple s savings and the balance from saving Bonds and from their children. Further remarks Singer Eartha Kitt tells newsmen i los Angeles she does not intend to apologize to mrs. Lyndon Johnson for remarks she made at a White House Eartha claims letters Back her protest los Angeles a Singer Eartha Kitt said monday she has received a flood of mail commending her for protesting to mrs. Lyndon b. Johnson about the War in Vietnam. The letters have been Beautiful she said. The people whom i have heard from their opinion is that what i said was right. They Are in Back of me100 per in Washington the Whitehouse reported it had received some 1,900 letters commenting on the incident. There was no exact division of the letters announced but the pattern was said to follow that of Telephone Calls and telegrams already catalogued. Most of these were said to deplore miss Kitt s con duct and to express indignation miss Kitt said she called the news conference to answer critics who had termed her re Marks at a White House lunch Eon last thursday rude and ill was not rude miss Kitt said. I raised my hand an asked to be heard. I was recognized by the first lady in order to give my the negro Singer one of 50women invited to discuss crime in the streets and juvenile Delin Quency delivered a stinging speech blaming the War for crime and juvenile delinquency. First lawyer drunk Man wins retrial Pasadena Calif. A Aman convicted of murdering two Little girls won a new trial monday after the court was told his attorney was under the influence of alcohol during his first , the judge ruled constituted an inadequate David Dontanville 34, a landscape Gardner was convicted nov. 3 in the sex slay Ings of Roberta Ann Barili 6,and her sister. Cecilia Renee 7, of nearby Altadena. Superior court judge Walter Evans granted the new trial after hearing arguments fro Dontanville s new attorney Charles Hollopeter. The Latte said that Rexford d. Eagan was under the influence of alcohol a times during the first trial. Eagan was not in court an had no immediate comment. No opposition dist. Atty. Evelle j. Younger appeared personally to say his office did not oppose the motion for a new trial. He said . Atty. Thomas p. Finnerty who prosecuted Dontanville told him that Eagan was under the influence of alcohol during the trial. This conviction would not be upheld on Appeal younger said. However younger said he vigorously opposed granting the trial on other Points raised by Hollopeter. Among these were claims of inadequate Evi Dence judicial error and mental incompetence to stand trial. Judge picks Legal weapon9 Durant okla. Up Alove struck youth who challenged a judge to a Duel was jailed monday on a contempt of court county judge Glenn Sharpe said the youth Arland. Jones 18, of Durant had replied to an order to stay away from a girl by inviting him to Duel with weapons of Sharpe said the Challenge was contained in a letter that Jones personally delivered to the courthouse Friday. Sharpe had ordered a Duran girl to the state training school at Tecumseh okla., about nine months ago and cited Jones us being a part of the reason former delinquency. After the girl was released and returned to Durant As a Ward of the court she and her Mother complained that Jones would not leave the girl judge wrote to Jones telling him that he was interfering with a court order and would be arrested for indirect contempt of court if he persisted in seeing the the Duel Challenge unit followed the youth said he did not care if the girl was under jurisdiction of Mars and under the Protection of laser beams and that he would continue to visit her if he wished. Jones was arrested on the indirect contempt charge

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