European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 3 1968, Page 1

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 3, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseArmy t o proof e 4,m5 fo7wa/or see mondays s6-s tars and so ropes official newspaper o . Forc i in Torop North Africa and a Middle Eail if 21855 a sunday March 3, 1968 is Dally 10 sunday d Hel Clyde Mich. Slaying / largest plane Rolls out the air Force c5a Jet transport largest plane in the world Rolls out of the world s largest Hanger in Marietta a. President John son looked Over the 382-ton Craft saturday. The transport is 246 feet Long has a Wing Span of 223 feet and a Tail that stands 65feet off the ground. It can be flown by a Crew of five. A photo girl is 13, Calls self gun Moll la Porte ind. Up a 20-year-old Man and a 13 i year old girl who said they were inspired by the movie Bonnie and Clyde were captured saturday As suspects in the gun slayings of two Michigan service Sta Tion attendants. The Bullet riddled bodies of the attendants Gerald Gort 53, and Jack Mcroy 17, grand rapids were found saturday by a Motorist who stopped to buy gasoline at the station in Walker City a suburb of grand rapids Mich. Several hours later the suspects were caught at a Road Block on the Northern Indian atoll Road and taken to the la pole county jail at la Porte. Authorities said the two admitted the slayings during a Rob Bery and said they got the idea from the movie Bonnie and the girl called herself cont. On Page is col. H she made a splash Brussels up Lynn hacking a 22-year-old . Embassy Secretary receive done of the most unorthodox orders of her foreign service career Friday to smear the embassy Walls with Black painted slogans. Miss hacking of ,md., obeyed orders and turned Vic Tuik propaganda plaster Don the Walls into pro Ameri can slogans. The action began when ambassador Ridgway b. Knight arrived at the embassy Fri Day morning and found the Walls smeared with pal Vietnam peace in Vietnam in foot High letters the ambassador said later i thought Why that s exactly what every american instead of ordering the embassy Walls washed clean he ordered the words ". Agrees added to the Lynn armed with Brush and a pot of Blac paint slapped it liberally on the rushed up to arrester but halted uncertainly and saluted when they saw she was being encouraged by a Ulm issador. % this time an enthusiastic gleam had come Liuio Lynn s t yes and an aide Hail to Rush � and said that s enough Lynn that s enough another said let s Hope does t make a habit of lbs defend of military Marietta a. Up president Johnson saturday de fended the responsible use of american Power since world War ii but warned that there were limits to what it could accomplish. The president in remarks Given at the Roll out of the c5a Jet transport latest and largest plane in the . Air Arsenal said America had Learned much about Power and responsibility since the end of world War ii. Springs ga., saying great Power involves great responsibility. Johnson said that on an occasion such As the c5a Roll out it is Well to look Back Over the development of our great Awe some Power and the responsibility it has imposed upon us. The guns of world War ii had hardly stilled when this country made the historic commitments that still bind us today. In the Wake of the War we were the cont. On Patuc sol. 2 Johnson said the country should not let the agony of Battle in Vietnam Cloud it accomplishments. He called c5a a Long leap Forward in the effective military might of Amer Ica the president who arrived from Texas on the latest leg fan unannounced Campaign style tour quoted a speech prepare but never delivered by president Franklin Koos Volt shortly be fore his death in nearby warm Syu Toht fair with Early ii him no lure. ins Cloi urine monday. imm t Hensel Berg h i u i i. I Rico Imlej saturday 4 4 am pin by Ariann. P 45 by aug Riib p 37 43 Aviano p 27 3o Liei Lin c 23 43 Frisin Kurt c 44 37 London cd c Clear cd Cloutis rain. A Icet 4 4 52 Madrid p 3/ Munich u 43 Paris p 45 , 41 Rome r by Wheelu Cloudy 2nd weather wind Csech general flees in Tot Prague a Czechoslovakia s chief military prosecutor Jan Samek said saturday czechoslovak general has disappeared but that rumours he too away important military Docu ments and Large sums of Money from Public funds have not yet been marked the first official announcement on the mysterious disappearance of maj. Gen. Jan Sejna. Samek in an interview with the Prague paper Prace distributed by the czechoslovak news Agen cd ctr said Sejna crossed Arian the czechoslovak Hun Border by automobile feb. 25."the search for him has so far remained without result Samek said Sejna and another offi cer it. Col. Jaroslav Moravek were being investigated after evidence was Given by the czechoslovak Public Security department on Large scale Machi nations with grass did not disclose any thing else about said the schemes qualified cont. On Page 24, col. 5 a. Writ � of o � _ _ a Ninni b52s join in Pound of Khe Sanh is Saigon a Boiu Bers from the . Air Navy and Marine corp massive 1552 Stratfor saturday in Pou Mutu North you Nanu so Roku Ontra tons ringing tic Marino combat Hast at Khz Sanh. The High flying b5 2s after Sorvig for the first time in up close direct support of embattled South vietnamese hangers at Khe Sanh dumped 750 tons of explosives near the perimeter Friday Afton Oon ail saturday of Tho strikes staged from aug Usu s 01 20,000 la 30,000foot, was close i Nouh 10 Jar the Marini sail tag bunkers. Nor Mally Tho Wal drops Reivi of to As arc lights Aro a mile or More away and Are Felt in Allied positions Only As u faint to some 30 b52 runs fighter bombers Froid All three services launched 187 Mission Friday in support of the 5,000 marines and 500 government rangers at Klie of tie missions vre run by Navy pilots from the car Rier enter Riso who were diverted to the Cuil Al set ttu1 m the Northwest Cornet of South Vietnam from strike Over North Vietnam because of Mon on Pajo i col. J

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