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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 30, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 24 the stars and stripes june 30, de Gaulle appeals for Unity vote continued from Page t voters frightened by the Stormy May revolution and its Fier barricades returned 151 Gaul lists to the Assembly and Dealta stunning blow to leftist socialist an candidates. Communist party de Gaulle promised his countrymen once again a decisive role in decision making in fac tories and universities. Participation must become the Rule and the mainspring of a renewed France said Degaulle. At the Root of much of the French upheaval was the feeling that de Gaulle was governing Paris up the staunches defender of the purity of the French language used a word of fran Glais when he spoke to the the economic after math of last month s nationwide strike president Charles de Gaulle said France now suffered that word can be found on Yin a few dictionaries. It is one of the hundreds of words adopted from Langlais English to fill in Blanks in traditional French Francais. Autocratic ally and the average Frenchman had no Chance of getting his opinions aired. De Gaulle said the nation must Complete the vast social change that could restore state of human he said this would youth Appeal to our but As before de Gaulle offered no specific thoughts on his participation scheme. Led to rioting it was his Lack of precision about the scheme in an address to the nation on May 24 that Leto a night of bloody rioting one of the worst in the month of unrest. Leftist opposition leaders Stu dents and workers Felt de Gaulle at the time was offering no con Crete solutions to the nation s problems. The participation idea is Anold one of de Gaulle. It formed the basis of a scheme for Shar ing profits with the workers that he decreed a year ago but which has never been put into prac Tice. De Gaulle said in his six min Ute speech which was broadcast on All government radio and Tele vision outlets at 1 . And 8 ., that voters needed to re turn a Strong gaullist majority so that he could have a Parlia ment capable of supporting by a Strong constant and coherent majority the necessary policy Midwest battered by Thunder storm by United press International severe thunderstorms battered the Midwest saturday producing flooding and damage a winds. Tornado funnels were spotted. Meanwhile record Low temperatures cooled the sultry Southwest and Snow fell in the Rockies. A Tornado watch was ordered or sections of Nebraska and South Dakota. Travellers warn Ings were posted for sections of Wyoming and Colorado whereas Arctic front was spreading cold rain and Snow. Snow also was forecast for Mountain areas of Montana Idaho Nevada and Utah. At least 16 persons were Hurt when High winds accompanying a thunderstorm collapsed thereof of a discount department store at Muskegon Mich.,saturday afternoon. In Greenville Mich., uprooted Trees and toppled Power poles blocked streets and unconfirmed Tornado was sighted at grand Haven Mich.,just before a storm demolished eight planes at the 20 House trailers were overturned by High winds a grand Haven state Park and High Waves on Lake Michigan washed boats ashore at grand Haven. Damage at the Gran Haven Airport was estimated at $150,000. Four summer cottage were demolished near port Sheldon Mich. A falling tree demolished Ahouse at Muskegon Heights Mich. Power was Cut off i downtown Muskegon. Coast guard boats patrolled Lake Michigan seeking yachtsmen who May have been caught bythe storm. The grand River Rose a foot and flooding was reported in and around the Fairgrounds at Mosquito inspectors this Crew is Claril Bittoni by Frank Murray Miami Fla. A Mosquito inspectors in South Florida marshes have an itchy Job get Ting the three men who stand for 60 seconds and let Salt Marsh mosquitoes suck blood As they Are counted say the work does t Bug them. I Don t like to be bitten to Behonest with you but that s part of the Job said inspector be Cohen 62. You have to be interested Init and like it to do it said in Spector Bill Sims 66.the men measure their work in bites per minute Short ened on reports to b.. James Heidt chief of theade county Mosquito control division said the rest of his 38-Man Crew slathered with insect fair Deal vital Mccarthy warns Des Moines Iowa a sen. Eugene Mccarthy said sat urday that the democratic part could lose the presidential elec Tion if he and his supporters Are not Given a fair Deal at the National won t stand for action of this kind the underdog con tender for the nomination said. The whole daily operation of party officials is to control the convention. It May not kill the democratic party but it will prove something about Bailey the National part chairman is supporting vice president Hubert Humphrey candidacy. Mccarthy lit into Bailey and baseball Ray the associated pres american league California. 0000100012101 Washington. Ill 021 2 x s 15 1ellis, Weaver 5hamilton 7burg Meier 7 and to Clors Hannnon Higgins 8 and French. A Hannan 2-1. L Ellis 5-6. I irs Washington. Epstein 4 Howard 25. Cleveland. 001 010 4118 13 1boston000 000 0011 6 0 Tiant and Acme Bell Lyle 7pizarro 9 and Howard. Vav Tiant 12-5. A Bell i-3. Or Cleveland Harper . National leagues. Louis. 006001001811 0 Chicago 211 006 oox10 14 Washburn Mil Kulsen .3willis 5nelson i Granger 1.6hoerner s an Mccarver Niekro Lamabe 3stone Man 3fast Gregan 7 and Hundley. A Regan 4-2. Lnelson 1-1. Or Chicago Santo 12i. Issued his warning about a pos sible november disaster in a news conference As he flew hereto fight for 28 Iowa delegates who had been pledged to Robertf. Kennedy. Mccarthy s remarks reflected his bitterness Over his latest Campaign setback. It occurred Friday in new York when he was awarded Only 15 of Testate s 65 delegates despite Mccarthy s Strong showing in the new York primary. Plane grazes cars crashes Las vegas Nev. Up single engine plane its left Wing afire scraped the tops of two autos on a heavily travelled free Way then crashed into a Culver Friday night. Four passengers in the plane were said the four seat plane trying to make an Emer gency Landing at Nellis air Force base caught fire lost Altitude slammed into High tension Power lines then grazed the tops of two autos on interstate 15 before crashing upside passengers in the autos hit by the plane were not Driver said the plane was aflame when it scraped his Accident occurred 30 Miles North of Las vegas Indian Camp out ends abruptly Olympia Wash

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