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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - July 20, 1968, Darmstadt, Hesse Zulu a nazi Zzz traded ii4 limit for pigs in in Jim Uhm in n i ii dive londoner of Baroda. Who absolute role Ove age of 60. An died Friday at the Etc j gae War of Baroda. Lived it up scorpion is sought off Washington a Spe scially equipped Navy vessels Hunting the lost nuclear Summa Trine scorpion Are searching with underwater cameras a highly suspect area South Iwest of the azores a Navy source said today. I we Haven t found her the source said Friday. I he described the search area1450 Miles from the azores As having the highest probability if being the last resting place of i the submarine. When it sent its last radio message May 21. It was about Foo Miles South of the azores units Way to Norfolk va., from duty in the Mediterranean with a Crew of 99. Westinghouse broadcasting science specials William Hines said Friday Navy vessels have sealed the scorpion in one of the j deepest parts of the at anus. He cont. On Page 4, ool u the gae War whose tide Means protector of cows in t land where cows Are sacred died in an exclusive London clinic after what Doc tors would describe Only As a often called he world s second richest is neighbor the late Niz am of Hyderabad. His second wife smoked $39 cigars in a Ruby studded Holder and once flew to England to make a Tele phone Call when she could get the right connection from new gae War was a Man of contradictions complimented after assuming Power in the Indian state of Baroda in 1939for his progressive administration and criticized later by the sober minded rulers of inde pendent India As a horse racing Playboy. After Independent India pensioned him off at a Mettle More than $4o, 3 year in april,193one of his offences was organizing a Trade Union off cont. On pane t3, col 4jface showdown russians from a and up dispatches the soviet Union Friday called for a showdown meeting in rus Sia Holiday or tuesday with the czech leadership. The action came As the Cen trial committee of the czech communist party unconditionally approved their leaders Stan against yielding to soviet pres sure to abandon the country Liberal course. The official soviet news Agency tabs reported that the 11-Man Pojl Truro of tile soviet communist party asked for a meeting with the la Man presidium of the Central committee of the czech party senetto Prague the report said that a letter with the proposal was sent to Prague Friday tit said that the site for the meeting could be Ico scow or if the czechs preferred Kiev in the Ukraine or Lvov near the Czechoslovakia Border. The russian letter according to Tass did not propose any Al Ternate conference site i Czechoslovakia despite a Public statement by czech reformist party Leader Alexander Dubcek that neither he nor his colleague would leave the country reject charge Dubcek vowed Friday that is regime will never return to Stal Inist Rule and rejected soviet charges of damaging communist Unity by following a Liberal Are determined to carry on the policy which was started by the january plenary session front. On Page 24, ool. To lbs Thieu open talks in Honolulu i Johnn Lulu a president5v�nns? and resident Nguyen Schleu a South Vietnam met3 a amid s"8 � possible or at fun a to halting the bombing of North Vietnam. Me door apparently was open or the two presidents at to mention the Touchy sub i South ir6?4 discussions Between if Outh Vietnam and the Viet Are going possible Adverse re Thieu he shown a cessation to bomb ejected any idea tuesday qualified officials were saying i Washington they expected no discussion Here of a halt to the bombing although it was up to Johnson and Thieu to decide what to talk about but then on the eve of the Honolulu conference Secretary of defense Clark Mclifford put the possibilities of a bombing halt in a Little different Light. Head jut ended four Days of talks with top vietnamese officials Thieu among them in Saigon and flown to waiting with Johnson for Thieu s arrival thursday the Secretary told a crowd of query cont. Of Pool i4j col. 1 irs and stripes unofficial a Winap of of . Forces in Europe North Africa and Fth Middle East vol. 27, no. 93 if 21855 a 5 daily 10 sunday saturday july 20, 1968 off to jail the sheriff of Shelby county escorts James Earlray to his cell in Memphis after his night from London. Ray handcuffed to a leather Belt is wearing a Bullet proof Vest. A military s building funds Cut Washington a the House appropriations commit tee Friday approved $1.76 billionth finance what it called one of the most austere military construction programs in years. This is $266 million less than requested by the Johnson administration and $328 million less than last year s appropriation. U.s., overseas bases subject to House action next week and final Senate approval the Bill would finance construction and modernization of Mili tary installations and family housing at bases in the United states and abroad. The army s share was $554.6million, the Navy s $289.2 Mil lion the air Force s $221.6 Mil lion and Reserve and other Agen cies $106.7 million in addition to$586.7 million for service wide family housing programs. The committee called for improvement of military support facilities in South Korea wit emphasis on improved troop housing. Tony arrives in 17.s. Let in Memphis jail Memphis Tenn. Up James Earl Ray the accused Assassin of or. M a r t i n Luther King jr., was flown from eng land Friday and taken by a Mored car to a steel plated cell in the Shelby county jail with sub machine guns deputies with shotguns and weather variable Cloud new with isolated show a. Fair and warmer sunday. Frankfurt Helde Torg High 78, Low m. Friday Cut i 4m pm 7 m Adana p77 m Athena p 1 n Valano p97 m Berlin p 7 57 Frankfurt p67 70 London p 4 4am pm 3 m Madrid p54 4 Munich r m Paru p41 m pre Cwiok cd 67 81 Rome p 77 w we Lua. Pc Cloudy a partly Cloudy a rain. 2nd weather Wing patrolmen with drawn pistol guarded the rear Entrance to the five Story jail As Ray was hustled inside in the pre Dawn was lodged in a four cell suite on the third floor to Awai arraignment on a murder charge in the april 4 sniper slaying offing the suite especially pre pared for Ray had steel plates Over the windows and closed circuit television Over which guards can watch every move. Arrested in London june 8 inthe name of Ramon George Sneyd after the most intensive manhunt in modern american history Ray 40, was hustled out of England aboard a c1s5. The plane took off thursday nigh from the . Sir base at Laken Heath. It landed at the Millington naval air station outside Mem Phis and Fri agents handed Layover to Tennessee authorities. With the departure of the Fugi Tive from England a British newspaper reported Ray s Finger prints had been matched against those of a gunman who robbed London Bank a few Days be fore Ray s arrest. Guards ban pinups Berlin a pinups have been added to the growing Liston East German harassment in travel to and from West Drivers report that East German Border guards have told them to remove the Girlie pinups gracing their cabs or risk having the trucks confiscated

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