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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 12, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseTuesday the stars and stripes Page 23 top ranking republicans Call on Rocky to run nov Vork up almost dozen influential rep Ubu including the 1964 vice identical candidate sunday a very Strong and Serl i rail to Nelson a. Rocke Cler fight Richard m Nixon for the party s presidential Nomi " the t o p -1 e v e 1 republicans. Summoned by Rockefeller from around the country to strategy meeting in his fifth Avenue apartment said the new York governor would consult with other party leaders throughout the country in the Days immediately ahead before making a final the sunday meeting brought Rockefeller to the Brinkos formal candidacy. I am ready and willing to serve the people if they want me Rockefeller said on entering the meeting. Adding new Power to the surge for Rockefeller was the enthusiastic backing from for Mer rep. William e. Miller of new York who was on thearry Goldwater ticket which Rockefeller refused to Back fou years ago. Miller said he would support Rockefeller against Nixon the Only announced major candidate for the gop nomination. On his record governor Rockefeller has proven to by a great vote big guns readied sixteen Kiich gun aboard the battleship new Jersey Are tested at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. The new Jersey is destined to return Tractive duty in the Vietnam War. Two other Battle wagons in the Mothball Fleet Are at left. They Are the Wisconsin an the Iowa. Sea trials of the new Jersey Are scheduled for later this month. A Glamor stocks spark Advance i new York a the Stock Market closed higher monday in pore Active trading. Glamor stocks were Strong. Gold mining i issues wore weak. The Market Rose from the Start and widened its gains withstand ing spurts of profit taking. Golds fell in View of the new that the International Gold Pool i had determined to hold the official Price of Gold at $35 an ounce. The general list improved Onward that Secretary of state Dean Husk said the United states was prepared to negotiate in Vietnam Imd discuss with the Viet namese their demand for a halt " the . Bombing. Some Florida teachers to stay Tallahassee Fla. Up the Florida education association Fea did an about fac sunday night and told 17,000 striking teachers they could re turn to work. But about half were expected to remain off the Job because of disputes with their county school boards. The disputes concerned teach ers hired to replace the strikers during the three week walkout the nation s first statewide teach ers strike. School boards in 42 counties said the new teachers would not be fired to make Way for the return of the strikers. All the resigned teachers an administrators Are released from their commitments to remain outland they Are now free to report for work monday morning said Fea executive Phil Constans Fea earlier sunday had asked teachers to ignore a settlement which would have brought them Back to work monday. The Fea cited vindictive attitudes of some of the school boards and had said All 17 000 teachers would remain off their jobs until All teachers were accepted Back. In Pittsburgh teachers vote sunday to Settle their 11-Day-old strike but teacher 11tinned across the nation. In Oakland calif., Bargainer were to meet monday in an Effort to head off a wednesday strike vote of the 1,900 members of an american federation of teachers affiliate. In Oklahoma the state Educa Tion association s legislative com Mittee scheduled a meeting to Analyse a Compromise school Money Bill now before the state Indiana teachers were circulating petitions in an Effort Roget 100,000 signatures demand ing a special session of the legis lature to Deal with their salary Colorado the state Educa Tion association will vote Friday on proposed censure of gov. John love and the state lature for failing to enough school Aid. Getter among a greater Cross Section of americans the former congressman . Hugh Scott of Pennsylva Nia acting As spokesman forthe group said a number of names and personalities were discussed in the More than two hour session but no attempt was made to select a vice presidential candidate Torun with Rockefeller if he were nominated. Gov. Spiro t. Agnew of Maryland estimated that 18 of the 26 Republican governor would Back Rockefeller. The new expression of support for Rockefeller coming Only two Days before the new Hampshire primary was expected to have an effect on this first test of voter sentiment. Lending urgency to Rockefeller s decision about declaring himself a candidate was the March 22 deadline for running in the May 28 Oregon primary considered a crucial step for the governor. The governor s office said those attending the meeting were goes. Agnew of Maryland Chafee of Rhode Island John a. Love of Colorado w i n t h r o Rockefeller of Arkansas Harold Levander of Minnesota Ray mond Shafer of Pennsylvania and Tom Mccall of Oregon Henry m o e 11 e a representing gov. Nils Boe of South Dakota Sens. Jacob k. Javits of new York Scott of Pennsylvania and Edward w. Brooke of Massachusetts reps. Charles Goodell an Ogden Reid of new York. Dellenback of Oregon David Martin of Nebraska and Al Quie of Minnesota. Mayor John v. Lindsay of new York former gop nation Al chairman Meade Alcorn an Leonard Hall Miller former de sense Secretary Thomas s. Gatesjr. New York it. Gov. Malcolm Wilson and new York state majority Leader Earl w. Brydges of Niagara Price who managed Rockefeller s 1964 Oregon Pri Mary Campaign new York state gop chairman Charle Schoeneck former new York state gop chairman Carlsbad new York state atty. Gen. Louis j. Lefkowitz longtime Rockefeller aides Charles Moore or. William . George Hinnan javits Campaign manager John Wells and Rockefeller press Secretary Leslie Slote. Legis 2 More Mccarthy Nixon face voters to _. A i. I Fri Manchester . A p Eugene j. Mccarthy tests us Challenge to president John Ion at the polls for the first time Osdal while Richard m. Nix of urges new Hampshire re publicans to give him a Lam me Schuloff i his quest for Theu i presidential nomination. A Lute Campaign Mccarthy stirred concern in the socratic organization pro noting write in votes for Johnson Ini Natl a s opening presi Clen he primary. Nixon s Republican forces Tii Row worried primarily about Lue i of turnout fearing the Lack of a real contest could hold Down the gop was a radio advertisement for Johnson s cause that helped fuel Mccarthy s drive in t lie final clays of the Campaign. The communists in Vietnam Are watching the now Hampshire primary the a vote for fuzzy termed that Ana the Contention of democratic gov. John w. King that to Chimini and his communist friends were vitally interest Din the primary samples tics like those used by said. Don t thinking and sur of the tac late sen. Joseph h. result was a division in the pro Johnson forces and word of defense for Mccarthy from sen. Hubert f. Kennedy,d-n.y., who said the same kind of charges were made against president. Kennedy and the pres ent charges Are As s write in is virtually certain to exceed Mccarthy vote in new Hampshire but King who once forecast mar gins of about 10 to 1, now is talk ing of a to 1 Edge. Others Inthy democratic organization said Mccarthy could get 40 per cent of the vote. A sub Exeen ate of it 9 22 Salisbury Rhodesia a the rhodesian government Mon Day morning hanged two More condemned africans. The men hanged were Franci Schirese and Taka Jeremiah who were sentenced to death feb. 6,1965. For the murder of confirming the Lions were posted on the Salisbury Central prison . Local stay of execution was How Ever granted to four others who had been expected to hang at the same africans All convicted of murder have been hanged since March 6.the reprieve for the four men should be for at least 24 Hursas prison sources said no further hangings were planned monday. France lets till amid Ilia Chi remain Strasbourg France a spec. 4 Edward r. Lee a 4th army div Soldier on orders to Vietnam was granted temporary permission Friday to live France. Lee 24, is assigned to the 1stbn, 54th inf at Bamberg Ger Many lie told French police that he left his outfit March 5 after receiving the Usa eur spokesman at Heidelberg said Lee. Of la Mesa,calif., had been scheduled to leave by air for the unite states bound for reassignment March 5. But failed to Lvuv Tor the flight. Trawlers seek shelter v1sby, Sweden it1 More hum 40 russian and p o 1 i s i trawlers took shelter in a Harbo Reast of Here because of a heavy storm sunday. A coast guard spokesman said swedish cruisers keeping watch on the Craft saw no equipment to indicate t h e y were spy ships

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