European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 4 1968, Page 1

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 4, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseR publisher playwright York a the Newi Sald saturday that Boothe Luce told these and her late Hus Henry Luce had taken once or twice in Simental program conducted p newspaper said it had her for comment on biography of Magazine e Blister Luce which says the bad several experiences with Fie hallucinogenic drug. Took Psi iia tests . Post reports mrs. Luce a playwright an former congresswoman said they had taken a very Small minor dose in an experimental program nothing like these children Are doing today the newspaper s a very bad idea under anything less than medical supervision she added Accord ing to the Luce biography by John Kobler said the Luces first took Ltd eight years ago in an sex Henry Clare Primental program conducted by or. Sidney Cohen chief of psychosomatic Medicine at Losangeles veterans administration Hospital. Kobler writes that the couple repeated the experience several times through the years. Kobler wrote that after taking Ltd Luce who was tone deaf heard marvelous music an that mrs. Luce reported an enhanced appreciation of . Luce denied Kobler s statement that they had take the drug on their own after Cohen s experiments were ended the Post said. But it said Kobler stuck to his guns. The statement was made Tome by mrs. Luce when i stayed in Phoenix in fact she said seven times Kobler was quoted As having a Telephone interview with the new York times Cohen cont. On Page 23, col. 5 a a a stat mar j2& is unofficial newspaper of . Force in Europe North Africa and the Middle East ,26, no. 319 if 21855 a monday March 4, 1968 5s 2nd brigade Feu killed most of them by nor 1 mint s and Rifle and pm me fire. Another 28 Weie wounded. The communists opened up on Sou in any of the infantrymen a 0 men As they patrolled t ,24s, nine Milos North of the a 11 within striking Llan son Nhut and Bien a ill ikast a Conui f a k t i if s the St in so Vietnam under. 0,1 a a col 3 club in London hit bombs strike embassies from a and up dispatches bomb throwers and protest marchers struck at . Govern ment institutions and Western embassies across Europe Over the weekend in what was feared As the opening of a leftist Campaign of violence. Explosions in two sections of London sunday damaged an american military officers club the West German embassy and the Spanish said there was no apparent link Between the blasts. No injuries were bomb apparently thrown from an automobile smashed four windows and a door in the billiard room of the american officers club in Central London at 6 30 explosion at the Columbia club on the North Side of Hyde Park woke Many of the 125 serv ice personnel and their families there. The . Consulate in Turin Italy and the Spanish greek and portuguese embassies in the Hague All were bombed late sat urday or Early sunday. Sunday is a favorite Day for demonstrations in London mainly various left Wing groups an sources speculated that a leftist organization could be responsible for the blasts there. In the first incident an explosive device shattered a Garden door of the Spanish embassy inthe Belgravia District at 5 40 . The blast shattered a number of windows in the Spanish embassy and also blew out window sat the West German embassy next . Embassy in Brussels and Headquarters of setae i Verona Italy were the targets saturday of 350 anti Vietnam archers turned Back by club wielding were no immediate indications that the various at tacks were coordinated by com cont. On Page % h col 1 lbs visits puerto Rico sees Alert Ramey air Force base puerto Rico a president Johnson watched As six b52 bombers each carrying four nuclear bombs went through practice Alert at this . Air base in the Caribbean air command Crews rushed to their bombers andkc135 Tanker planes As the Alert Klaxon sounded. Within four minutes the eight engine jets of a newer Type than those used in conventional missions in Vietnam were rolling along the Takeoff strip their engines thundering. The planes however did not take off. Col. George Mckee Tolda newsman that these armed bombers do not take off exception orders from the president

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