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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 17, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes anti Mao rebellion spreads Gin Worth $200,000 hijacked Mem f a bandits stole two trucks loaded with Morel in 000 Worth of Gin in London tuesday in the biggest a hacking in British history and then abandoned the a few hours Ink were stolen by club wielding robbers outside the head eff Al major distillery tuesday morning. Police found thed vehicles tuesday afternoon in an East London sub the seals on the liquor crates intact. Berlin suicide rate rises map West Berlin s suicide rate keeps going . Hythe monthly Berlin statistics pamphlet reported � total of 897 suicides outstripped by far the traffic toll of 85 among the City s million people. Tween 1951 and 1066, More than 12,000 West berliners killed saves with the yearly rate rising from 749 in 1951. Causes Are obscure the pamphlet said but a marked upswing in be rate was noticeable after the East germans built the in t r t suchard Burton sues film company on a actor Richard Burton s lawyers announce that he to suing the British Woodfall film production com i Nany for slander and company announced july 8 that Burton husband of Eliza Beth Taylor was no longer working on its film laughter in the Dart he was replaced by British actor Nicol Williamson. Lawyers announced we have issued a writ claiming Forth so Brand Ubel against Woodfall films United of press statements issued by them on or about july 8."the lawyers said that in the same writ damages were being claimed for breach of contract unwanted spy is sentenced Copenhagen a danish Captain head of the air warning system of the danish Home guard on the Baltic is land of Bornholm was sen fenced tuesday to two years and nine months in prison for attempting to become a soviet would be spy offered several times classified d o c u ments to the soviet embassy in Copenhagen but the russian diplomats times he gave the embassy a Call and twice he wrote to the embassy and enclosed a russians never gave Hime an answer and when the Captain visited the diplomats they threw him out. Tokyo a radio. Mos cow reported tuesday that armed rebellion against communist party chairman Mao tse Tung has spread from cities to farm villages in communist Southern Fukien province hundreds of persons were killed in armed strife in the past two months said the Jap anese language broadcast monitored anti Mao rebellion is particularly serious and growing i scale in Yunnan province Bor Dering North Vietnam Burma and Laos it added and the army has been mobilized to suppressant maoists there. Appeal to maoists the broadcast said Mao s wife Madame Chiang Ching recently appealed to maoists to mobilize every Power to annihilate opposition to Mao s leadership and said her intervention reflected the grave Ness of the Situa Tion. The radio Moscow dispatch said eyewitness accounts told of peasants armed with flame throwers machine guns and Gre Nades which they apparently seized from the people s libera Tion added maoist attempts to set up revolutionary commit tees in Yunnan province have sharpened the anti moist rebel lion by local residents. Maoists claim they have Al ready established such commit tees in 26 out of China s 29 municipalities provinces and autonomous Moscow told earlier of widespread armed clashes in re Mote areas of Mainland China such As the minority autonomous regions of Tibet Kwangsik and broadcast said the anti maoists forcibly established revolutionary committees. I dead alpinist had taken dope Ramadan Switzerland a two dutch alpinist found Deacon the Piz Bernina Peak july 11 had taken massive doses of stimulants preliminary results of an autopsy have shown. The deaths of Willem Gustav Artur Hickmann 60, and Henri Van Der a cute 20, from utrecht baffled Swiss police and medical experts for five Days. Hickmann suddenly collapsed in a a Rescue team which reached the spot found both him and his Young companion dead with no signs of physical injuries. After a weekend autopsy failed to Clear up the mystery a second examination showed heavy traces of drugs in both bodies police said. Tubes of pills were found on Hickmann. Aphrodisiacs seized in Kenya Nairobi a hundreds of Rhino horns destined for the Middle East where waning lovers believe they act As powerful aphrodisiacs have been found in police and game department swoops in Mombasa game Warden Robin Perelra has told the kenyan minister of wildlife and tourism Sam Kyodo that they were hoarded in private Homes warehouses shops and ships calling at the old port on the Indian Ocean. Unofficial protest staged in Moscow Moscow a a Young russian couple tuesday staged on of this country s few unofficially organized demonstrations pro Esting British military Aid to the nigerian Federal government Inge civil War. The husband and wife carried protest signs As they marched Upland Down at noon outside the British embassy across the Moscow i wow from the Kremlin and handed out typewritten copies of protest statement to passersby. Soviet police on guard outside the embassy did not interfere. The demonstrators identified themselves As Andrei a Mallk 30,, and his wife. Guysel 28, an artist both of Moscow. A accused British government of being hypo Roucal for jew Larling readiness to help starving children in Biafra the break a a Eastern Region of Nigeria while at the same time supplying to the Federal regime heart sufferers urged to work out after a heart attack is Perni Cious. J it is necessary to impress on the p a t i e n t that he will never become fully Well by waiting to recover be . Kemp said coronary -. Thrombosis has become an Al at vile take it easy most Normal Hazard. Turks protest 6th Fleet Call 29 arrested Istanbul a police detained 29 persons including 21 University students Early tues Day after a demonstration against units of the . 6th Fleet visit ing Here. Those arrested were charge with defying police orders to Dis Perse and with staging an unauthorized demonstration. American officials said Inci dents broke out late monday when a group of turkish youth splashed Ink and Black paint on some american sailors on Shore were no reports of fight ing Between the youths and the sailors. However a taxi carrying sailors was reportedly stoned. A sign painted on the pave ment before the technical University of Istanbul read sixth Leet. Get meanwhile the marxist tur Kish labor party issued a state ment tuesday protesting the presence of the Fleet in Turkey. American sailors continued Togo on Shore leave under strict Security measures. No other incidents were reported. Scrumptious Edith Allan,17, of Nice France would be a Welcome addition to either Side in a Rugby scrum. Not surprisingly she was Given the title of miss Rugby 1968" at Nice. Up photo Belgium seeks to halt arms Aid to Nigeria Brussels up the Bel Gian government demanded pow ers tuesday from parliament to halt arms shipments to Nigeria three Days after a plane crash revealed the sales. Foreign minister Pierre har Mel introduced a Bill before the Senate and planned to Rush i through the chamber of deputies wednesday to Stop 70 tons of belgian rifles and ammunition being flown to Lagos. Under the current legislation the belgian government can Only Stop arms contracts if the National Security is endangered if it is contrary to an International Trade agreement or if asked by an International organization. Sales to Stop Harmel told parliament Las week that sales would Stop after current Small contracts had been fulfilled. Tuesday he told parliament head been misinformed about the amount still outstanding. Contracts for 100 tons had Bee signed when he spoke last week. He said 30 tons were in a Sabena aircraft which crashed near Lagos july 13. The remainder i awaiting shipment at the Brus Sels Airfield. Belgian newspapers were critical of the government allowing a plane to Fly to Lagos just 24hours after the Cabinet voted $20,000 to help biafran refugees. Honeymoon s really Over for . Gals London a British wives May get More equal treat ment in British divorce court from now on and some of them May not like the new Equality Between the sexes. Three Appeal court judges ruled tuesday that a wife i liable for her husband s Legal costs if she loses a divorce action against traditional divorce court practice that husbands should pay the court costs no matter what _ should be scrapped the judges suggested. These Days wives Are frequently skilled women an frequently earning As much As or More than their husbands said lord Justice Widgery. The judges were hearing Ana peal from mrs. Doris May gooday who charged he husband with cruelty lost the Case and was ordered to pay the costs. She was t appealing the divorce ruling she was appealing Over the Money. The court compromised by giving her a discount. It reduced the costs from $480 to$120 and ordered her to pay in instalments of $4.80 a month. Interviewed a a Brash � t00"81 ptts that brltl8li medical Tokyo a a japanese news service Suid tuesday its correspondent in Hanoi has interviewed two american pilots captured during raids against North news service quoted the pilots As saying the . Bomb ing Campaign Over the North has been of no help to the Amer ican War Effort in Vietnam. The communist oriented in non dempa service said one Pilot named phonetically in japanese language dispatch As maj. Roger d. Ingwalson 39, of Minnesota believes the present limited bombing of North Viet Nam would hamper the peace talks in Ninon dempa named the other Pilot phonetically As capt. Thomas Parrot 30, of Agency did not give the hometowns of the two news service said the pilots were interviewed by Akio Ishiyama its correspondent in Hanoi North Vietnam s dempa said Ingwalson was captured last May 28 in Tuung Binh province near the zone and that Par Rott was captured aug. 17, 1%7, North of Hanoi after his recon Naissance rf4c plane was shot s Vietnam news Agency reported aug. 14, 1967, that three . Airmen one of them a capt. Thomas Vance Parrott had been killed or captured in raids Over the North. The de sense department in washing ton reported a capt. Parrott a missing last August but declined to comment on the japanese re port tuesday

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