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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 24, 1968, Darmstadt, Hesse\ june 24, 1968 the stars and stripes Page Imam All it s close Agency eds assail Berlin travel office ten a communist Germany saturday de d the abolishment of the travel office in w e s t calling it germans sharply j newly instituted fee office As making travel Antic Alliance countries Byj ermans More difficult. Statement by an East Ian foreign office spokes did not however mention German passport and visa tons on travel to Berli West Germany which caused the allies to strike Backwith fees of their own. The foreign office statement made a Point of saying the Allied travel office operates against the will of the soviet Union. It blamed West German foreign minister Willy Brandt and the Bonn government for the fee undertaken by the Allied travel office run by the United states Britain and France. The spokesman said East Germany demands that. The travel Board finally cease its illegal activity and that the Bonn government cease its inter Ference in the internal affairs and the passport and visa sovereignty of other the fees went into effect thursday and require each East German wanting to travel to Anat country except West Germany to pay 20 West Ger Man Marks $5 or the equivalent in another convertible cur Rency. A renewal fee for a temporary travel document issued by the office is $2.50. The East germans brought on the Allied countermeasure by Dic Tating passport and visa regulations for West germans and charging $1.25 and $2.50 for sin Gle or return trips to and from West Berlin through East Ger Many. The East German statement did not say whether East Ger mans would pay the Allied travel office fees. Allied sources however Felt that the regulation would be complied with because the East germans need the Money spent by Western travellers. Nike leftists Lay opening Art show face Italy up eur biggest show of Conte Art was bogged Dow sunday by leftist agitation 34th Venice Bien Nale tar of left Wing student Demon sons All week was hit anew the threatened Demontra i withdrawal by artists cents and confusion. $80 million out $80 million Worth of Art sing from Geometric Sculp Flora Japan to transparent rings from Britain a souled to go on exhibit Satur but a handful of Demon prs successfully blocked the ing. 6-nation show finally de to the Public sunday Ning. There were about 600 ors in the first few hours no incidents were reported. Dents vowed to disrupt thet which they consider a rust and capitalist sell f Art. Their agitation spilled into violence several time song the week with police and pets battling in famed s Square two nights run Petra Ordinary Security Preaus including some 4,000 Civili and military riot police red the City and Art exhibits Many artists including Nch swedish and italian Refl to exhibit out of sympathy students. March to Pavilion tie presence of police was not ugh to prevent a handful of Ful but noisy demonstrators marching saturday to the Pavilion and forcing a shut n of the Bien Nale shortly of its inauguration Pien Nale official Luigi scar panted the shutdown was linked the demonstration. The per Noel Are tired and we need to Tan things up a bit he still have not unwed selection of a jury Sonny Honey Sonny boy a 10-Day-old Shetland Pony Doe some Chin with the help of Linda Clarke 21. He was a Bonus for a horse breeder in Margaretting England who bought Amare not knowing she was in foal. A photo Economy threatened . Trains cancelled intervention unlikely an the4 a j j a time in the show s history a has not been named before Uncial opening. But Bien Nale two main a zest eventually be awarded conditions permit judging. London up British rail ways cancelled dozens of Long distance trains sunday trying to Clear the rails for a Union go slow which May Deal Britain struggling Economy a body blow. With minor exceptions there were to be no trains at All from 10 . Sunday night to 6 . Commuter services will Deer causes fatal crash de Klingen Germany up seven persons died when a Deer bounded onto a main High Way near de Klingen saturday night and caused two cars to collide head on after one had struck and killed the animal police said sunday. A a Case of Check and double chech Spokane Wash. A a $20,000 Check has been blowing m blocks the Breeze from where Check signed b fund earner id Friday that Dale in Tui Ned in the second sch cd thursday night and Haft a Victor h Fia yell l the frs Check blowing Spokane Pullman Howard Hollings around in his front said both checks signed by businessman Worth were genuine. He Lingsworth claimed the first Check earlier thursday saying he los tit near a shopping Center. Police said Hollingsworth Hadnot mentioned the second Check and he could not be immediately reached for comment. Be the first to be hit monday when a Union work to Rule Egins to bite. Long distance Rains will become fewer and fewer with freight service sure to be affected later. The latest offer by the nationalized railways was rejected 20-3 by the executive committee of the National Union of rail Waymen Nur saturday after noon. We Are both stuck now Saidur general Secretary Sidney Greene. Last minute government intervention was not expected. 300,000 men the Nur and other unions involved 300,000 men in All Are demanding wage increases larger and More widespread than those British rail official shave offered. The unions do not plan to strike but do plan to work strictly by the Rule Book Banning Over Tinie and sunday working following every Regula Tion in the Fine print and letting delays fall where they will. South koreans kill 7 reds Seoul a seven communist infiltrators in North korean army uniform were killed Earl saturday by South korean troops guarding a Western sector of the demilitarized zone the South korean army announced. Mills urges outside Check on spending new York up rep. Wil Bur Mills d-ark., says the United states must set up a non government commission to ride constant Herd on Federal spend ing and Cut expenditures to the Bare Bone of highest , chairman of the House ways and Means committee Andone of the most influential con Gressmen in financial matters called for a commission drawn from the top ranks of american leadership outside government in an article in Reader s said he expected wide sup port for a Bill he has introduce to create such a government program evaluation Rob All of us huge budget deficits and Mas Siye borrowing to pay Feder Bills have threatened to prope prices into an inflationary Spir that could Rob All of us of our savings and earnings and destroy the position of the Dollar throughout the world Mil wrote. He said that while Many no defense spending programs such As housing education and j o training Are meritorious the nation simply cannot continue expanding in All directions at once. We must set non government commis Sion Mills said is necessary be cause government agencies can not objectively police their own budget requests and Congress is too Busy to review program performances. His commission would be a 12-Man, bipartisan panel to go Over Federal programs periodically to determine whether our tax dollars Are being Well spent. Its report to Congress would recommend a set of hard Priori ties downgrading some programs and suggesting fresh approaches to huh drubs Mccarthy in Minnesota St. Paul Minn. A vice president Hubert h. Humphrey scored a Clear Cut and expected Victory Over sen. Eugene j. Mccarthy saturday night in test of the two Minnesota presidential contenders at the stat democratic convention. Humphrey forces swept All 20at-Large delegates to the demo cratic National convention giving the vice president a lopsided margin in the state delegation. With 62 delegates casting 52votes at the National convention the count will be 38 for Humphrey and 13% for Mccarthy. Repeated appeals Victory for the Humphrey ticket came after repeated appeals from Mccarthy Backer for a share in the slate. Mccarthy himself made reference to it As he and Humphrey both addressed the convention Early in the Day. The pro Humphrey slate Ranat least 145 votes better than any of 14 challengers including five Man Mccarthy slate. Top vote getter among the challengers was state sen. Nicholas Coleman St. Paul a Mccarthy Backer. The Humphrey margin be came apparent Early saturday night on a test vote dealing with seating of disputed delegations from Carver county. The count was 624 for Humphrey 487 for Mccarthy a Humphrey majority of 56 percent. The 137-vote margin exceeded earlier forecasts of Humphrey strength. The Humphrey delegation includes top party officers sen. Walter f. Mondale Congress men Joseph e. Karth and Don Ald Fraser Secretary of stat Joseph Donovan and Humphrey loyalists from out state areas. No fiddling around Weiser Idaho a Alvi Sanderson 73, out fiddled 17 oth ers to win the senior division of the sixth annual of crime fiddle festival. Rusk visit. Continued from Page h slapped restrictions on travel in to West Berlin. Western Powers in Berli retaliated by making travel by East germans to Western Europe equally difficult. All 15 nato Powers approve the Western moves. Rusk s decision to see Kiesinger was made during talks with Willy Brandt the West German for eign minister. The two men conferred f o two hours Over lunch in the . Embassy reportedly expressed West German concern that the East germans May be planning to escalate the Berlin crisis. Rusk s trip to see Kiesinger is an indication that the United states is concerned Over a n increased tension in Berlin that could affect the Tente in Europe. East West de Man shoots in belly9 Fien Vicksburg Mich. A a Vicksburg gun collector who accidentally shot himself through the Abdomen Friday then went to sleep thinking the bleeding would Stop was reported in fail condition at a Kalamazoo Hospi Tal saturday. Sheriff s deputies said Kir Stratton was loading ammunition in his Home. He placed a .44magnum Cartridge in a revolver to test the fit and spun the chamber and the gun Dis charged. The Bullet entered through his Abdomen exited through his Back and lodged in the told deputies he then went to sleep hoping the bleed ing would Stop. When lie awoke in the morning he found to Hud lost a great Deal of blood but managed to crawl downstairs Toa Telephone and Call help. Doctors said the Bullet did not hit any vital organs

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