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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePago 24 the stars and stripes sunday july 28,196j v i continued from Page 1 the Warsaw pact defense organization and alleged that the Prague government did not know How Many soviet troops were in the czech news Agency ctr it had been asked to state i attempt by Dubcek on thursday Nau a �. That col. Gen. Vaclav Prchlik remarks were untrue and Una has been a prime tar get of soviet propaganda since his june 15 press conference. An to remove Prchlik from Public View without disowning him apparently did not satisfy the rus s television appearance and the cresting of a wave of Public expressions of support indicated the Start of the meeting Between the czechoslovak communist party presidium and the soviet politburo is about to Start perhaps As Early As monday. Tens of thousands of persons Ini ii Triumph g Washington up a Spe Cial House panel reported Satur Day that since credit unions we reopened at . Military bases in Germany loan Sharks and Sharp practice finance Compa Nies have virtually stopped try ing to bilk servicemen stationed in Joseph g. Minish of last troops pulled out of Cleveland riot area Cleveland up thelast National guard troops were pulled out of the negro East Sid District saturday and in a Down town Cathedral the City paid it last respects to the three police 10 on Way Home from Algiers Geneva up ten Israel women and children aboard the hijacked israeli Airliner flew Here from Algiers saturday night on their Way Home to Tel Aviv. They were released by Al Gerian authorities earlier Satur Day but the male passenger Sand Crew of the plane were kept in Algiers. The four women passengers three children and three air hostesses said they had been Given very Good treatment by the algerians and were allowed to go swimming at a nearby Pool. The plane was hijacked tues Day on a flight from. Rome to Tel Aviv with 38 passengers and10 Crew members. Five of the passengers were the Arab com Mandos who hijacked the plane. Nineteen non israeli Passen Gers were released wednesday. The ten israeli women an children released saturday left 19 males 12 passengers and seven Crew members. It was believed the five arabs will not be re turning. Merchant Marine Bill okd by House Washington up the House passed and sent to the White House Friday a $200 Mil lion authorization to help in construction of the nation merchant Fleet. The House accepted on a voice vote a Compromise Bill that was men slain in civil Carl b. Stokes said 1,200 National guard troops remained in the City on a stand by basis. Stokes said they would leave sunday if the City remained St. John s Cathedral City officials and about 400 policemen some of whom came from bos ton new York St. Louis an Birmingham Ala. Honoured the three policemen who were among 10 persons shot to death tuesday night when the disorders started. House banking and currency subcommittee said that when credit unions Are opened at . Bases abroad the fast Buck boys won t be Able to Stayn the new Jersey Democrat recently visited bases in Germany Italy Spain and England. Minish said credit unions soon would be available to . Troops in Italy and England and that special arrangements would be made in Spain which has a la prohibiting foreign credit facilities. Banking or when we visited Europe two years ago the Serviceman was being victimized by every Sharp practice imaginable said min Cost As much As 60 and 70 per cent and when the service Man could t pay his command ing officer was flooded with let ters from the the first credit unions in Ger Many were opened five months ago and there Are now six operating. Approve Senate. Thursday by the hostage. Continued from Paffe 1 lie veil to be the Mother in Law of the Man declared late Satur Day night that he had seven guns including three rifles and would shoot to kill anyone try ing to get near. He demanded that police give him food for his clog or he would harm his wife and Man told police he would stay in the House at least until monday because then he could be taken straight to court an not be held in prison Over the say no attempt will be made to Rush the Man and Hewill be treated quietly to make sure that no More lives Are lost captured gis reported of Washington up Testate department said Friday i has received word that 11 american servicemen and one South vietnamese Soldier captured julj17 by Cambodia on the Mekong River Are being Well state department said the word came from the Australia government which has represented . Interests in Cambodia since phenom penh broke diplomatic relations with Washington in 1965. Poverty funds handled by alleged killer continued from Page 1 voting people Between 15 and 18. Evans was engaged by my self to be the administrator of one of the cultural Center which were part of the project was to be responsible for administering $10,300 to buy the House originally authorized $237.4 million for subsidies in construction and Remote Lingo merchant ships. The Senate voted $119.8 million and in conference committee the com Promise $200 million figure for fiscal 1969 was agreed on. . Session postponed United nations up the 19g8 i Assembly Lias been postponed Lor a week. . Spokesman said 78 coun tries had agreed to an afro asian proposal that the Assem Bly s Start be postponed from sept. 17 until sept. 24. La. Leaders show up for Berlin fest by Marc Wilson staff writer berlins a Louisiana gov. John j. Mckeithen and new Orleans mayor Victor , accompanied by their wives arrived Here saturday to attend the German american Volk fest which features a cop of the French Quarter in new were met by maj. Gen. Robert g. Fergusson . Com Mander Berlin and Brig. Gen. Samuel Mcc. Goodwin Berli brigade cd. Also arriving Satur Day to attend the gala even twas a group of 18 businessmen from the new Orleans International House. They will study Trade matters while in businessmen were Fol Lowed off the Airliner by a new Orleans Dixie group the olym Pia brass band who got off the aircraft instruments in hand and joined the Berlin Dixie group the Story Ille jazz band in a 15-minute improvised ses Sion beside the plane. Mckeithen will return to the signed an open Lei for 0 dub and his presidium Callon them to defend the Pat have entered and which we not intend to leave alive Dubcek promised that he would be unyielding. Reading from a prepared text and i tire nor of i it n glancing up at the camera Only United states on tuesday Day after Schiro departs. The baseball scores Cleveland Ohio a a police Tow truck Driver wounded in tuesday night sniper Battle identified arrested Black nationalist f r e d Ahmed Evans As one of the men who shot him the Cleve land Plain dealer reported Fri , who surrendered to police and according to police claimed credit for organizing the sniper attack that killed 10persons, was charged Friday with the death of the three White policemen. In court sat urday he pleaded not guilty. Saturday s major league Lin scores by the associated press american league Boston 010 201 0004 10 1 Washington 400 100 oox5 9 0 Bell Waslewski 1morehead 3 stans e 4lyle g and Nixon Coleman Humphreys 6moore 6viesins 6 and French. Wcoleman 6-12. I Bell s-7. Or Boston Smith 6. New York 400200000610 2 Cleveland 000110010310 2barber, Mcdaniel 8 and Gibbs Sie Bert Fisher 5kurt. 7paul 9 an Azcue. A Barber 5-3. A Siebert 11-6. Occasionally and employing his usual Calm tone of voice Dubcek said we Are going firmly our own i Way. I leaning on the International communist movement we Vel a come the Aid of those who Ide stand and advise us and we i patiently explain our stand to those who have not yet under-1 stood we shall never allow our selves to be dragged from 1110path by anything and especially not by those who would like to see us in conflict and disagree ment with our nearest friends whatever their motives. L i should like to assure you that we Are aware of the serious Ness of the mandate which we Are receiving from our nation at this firm part while admitting some anti socialist and anti soviet Inver a Tives and moods in the coun itry Dubcek said the important fact was that his Reform pro Gram is winning More people Tol the communist party than even before. He continued i am convinced that our friends will understand even though this will not necessarily be at once that the regenerative socialist process does not threat Jen the common interests of Tel socialist countries but that on the contrary it is the Only pos sible Way to make our Republic into a really firm part of Thel socialist system to make our frontiers the most reliable fron tiers of socialism. A we Are duty bound. Tittl to depart by a single step fro the Road on which we have St Deputy Premier Ota Sik Ecol j a i 41-Irv now l fl-1 hrs new York Salmon 2j. Trash 9. Cleveland National leagues Louis 1000110014 9 Pittsburgh 000000000-0 6 nomic Prophet of the new Gime earlier warned the Hul lians that it was hopeless o Ithem to attempt to Mobile the stalinist remaining in me aim Tessin apparent Concession a Cek a foe the stalinist six Mont ago were making to the Husisian was the disowning of Mcl gel that was Carlton and Edwards Moose Ellis 8 and May. A Carlton 10-5 a Moose 4-7. Or St. Louis Carlton .2los Ankles 0000000101 4 0 equipment and carry out redecoration. He was Given $2,100 for the redecoration. He also received $450 in pay and hired 15 Sun Fri Tiv 0 Chicago 002 000 oox2 9 , Purlin by and Haller Jenkins and Hundley. A Jenkins 11-1. Los to Lei s-15. Weather partly Cloudy. Little change monday. Frankfurt Heidelberg High 73, Low 50. Temperatures recorded saturday get by the government the ministry or the communist ass Sass i vhf Rusoti 4 4 am pm 75 93 Adana p 72 84 Athens c 61 73 Aviano p 54 72 Berlin p 48 72 Frankfurt p 56 63 London p a Clear a partly Cloudy. 4 4 am pm 68 86 Madrid p 48 64 Munich p 65 70 Paris p 54 64 Prestwick p 64 77 Rome p 79 84 wheelus c weather Czechoslovakia w i " a ledge Prague governments i Iowa & or permission. Nasa can think very Small Wasoff Langton up Binasa can think Small. This was evidenced saturday by a National aeronautics and space administration release about one of the feeble St rocket engines Ever engine a resist Jet will be aboard the new applications technology Satel Lite ats a scheduled for launch tuesday. Ats a is supposed to take a fixed position in the sky 22,300 Miles above the Equator. To keep it from Drifting out of position Nasa produced the resist Jet an engine which uses ammonia As a propellant. An electric resistance element heats liquid ammonia into a Gas which is expelled through a nozzle to push the spacecraft one Way or another hold it on station. This Little engine generates Only 50-Miuionths of a Pound of thrust but that is enough to shove the spacecraft gently Back where it belongs whenever it tends to engineers have com pared the Power of Theresi Stojetz to the pressure and thus applied to a Scales email harm it acc i Small darning More poetic License to generated by its sat if Linn a moments c big Nasa developed hib 5 Moon rockets j u to s most pow"1. Billion Orlett s ii car 150 Bini it would take to equal Jne t_7.5 million pounds 01

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