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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 7, 1968, Darmstadt, Hesse1968 the stars and stripes Page 3 keep Clear of Paris talks Congress told Washington up sen ale democratic Leader mikes Ensfield said sunday Congress k c keep Clear of vietnamese talks and give the t administration As much leeway Las the Montana lawmaker said an interview he did not believe a delegation f rom on fires should attend the talks scheduled to begin Friday in chairman j. William Ful a Raight dark of the Senate i foreign relations committee suggested Friday that mans Field himself be named to the s delegation because of his deep interest in is a specialist in Southeast Asia and would make very valuable addition to our delegation said Fulbright. Heals proposed that recently resigned . Ambassador a thur Goldberg be added to the . Team. Past practice bipartisan groups of congressional leaders have accompanied . Diplomats to International discussions in the past. Some foreign policy expert think a congressional group with Strong gop representation might strengthen the hand of . Spokesmen by undercutting any disposition by North Viet Nam to wait until after the november election before enter ing serious should give the administration As much leeway a possible Mansfield said. These talks Are not going to sen. George d. Aiken r-vt.,a top ranking Republican Mem Ber of the foreign relation committee saw Little likelihood of any congressional representation in Paris. I would like to go but Idon t think the administration will be bringing any members of Congress Over there until toward the end of the talks i then Aiken said. Gene Austin 67, to wed 25-Ycar-Olcl greek girl Miami Beach Fla. A Gene Austin 67, who crooned my Blue heaven to Fame announced his engagement sunday to a 25-year-old greek socialite Dora Arvan. The engagement was announced at a party at the Miami Beach Home of miss Arvan smother mrs. Vivian Cherones. The marriage will be mis Sarvan s first and Austin s third. Seek crash cause probes study plane wreckage child s Friend spec. 4 Robert Scott of Chicago and the716th military police in carries two children and helps direct others out of the line of Viet Cong fire during new fighting which erupted in the streets of Saigon. A photo 300-year-old House is having Boom Days circulation phone numbers _ 0�rm�nyberlin, Civ 739368 brim Chavan ctr 45341, Mil 7864frankfurt. Civ ooj08-sht, Mil Offenbach 768 Kose Mautern Civ 67617, he Voge woh 7050 Iun Hoim old 871402. Mil rho Nau Oum Unich. Civ 6166933, Mil 7366 Nuernberg Civ 776647, Mil 6613 Wulgart Civ 854226. Mil 7230 Wuu Badin Civ 420779, Mil w3�5qrec Athens Civ 985180 a whom Civ 98001 Spain Madrid Civ 2328280, Exi 3011 United London a the owner of a 300-year-old cottage near Queen Elizabeth ii s Royal estate of Sandringham is fighting a losing Battle with the Royal air Force claiming her Home is being shaken to pieces by sonic booms. The defense ministry bombarded with letters from Eliza Beth Wortley 65, says it has paid $48 to repair windows and Oil lamps in the cottage but it refuses to hand Over $360 to fix the rest of the House. The Raf claims the House i suffering from old age not pass ing aircraft. Miss Wortley however says jets have been booming Over the House since last summer splitting the roof from the Walls Civ Ruislip 32364, out 18t. Subscribe now government homing Only and shaking off the plaster. One Day after an aircraft bang a crack ran Clown the Wall before my eyes she said. She has appealed to prime minister Harold Wilson. Check changers must think big Long Beach Calif. Up a Teller at . National ban looked at the Federal govern ment Check mrs. Virginia Vigil had just asked him to Cash and did a double take. The Check was for $96,967,889,867. The Teller summoned police who charged mrs. Vigil 33, wife of a Navy enlisted Man wit altering her allotment Check. Daw son Tex. Up checking the theory that a violent thunderstorm Tore apart Braniff International Airliner in midair Friday and cause the death of All 85 persons aboard Federal investigator started reassembling bits of the wreckage sunday at the crash site. Braniff officials added on new victim a passenger to the total number killed in the change made a new total of five crewmen and 80 passenger dead. A company spokesman said the increase was due to an extra military standby Passen Ger found to be aboard the Houston Dallas flight 352. Investigators fanned out Over the rolling Central Texas farm country around the site talking to eyewitnesses. A Bright Sun dried the Muddy land making the investigation task easier. Primary areas under close examination by National transportation safety Board team included Wing and engine sections. If on the spot investigation shows the need for further detailed reassembly official said the charred and twisted wreckage would be hauled to a Nasser keeps word begins party purge Cairo up president Abd Elgamal Nasser has started a purge of Egypt s Only political party the Arab socialist Union Astin the Wake of last week massive plebiscite Victory. A reorganization of the Anufrom top to Bottom was one of the things promised by Nasser if the plebiscite voted approval of his ashram said Nasser also had accepted the resignations of the entire general secretariat of the Asuit said a special committee would be formed next week to supervise new elections for the Asu posts. Nasser said earlier that the committee would be com posed of Between 20 and 50 Mem ashram said the Cabinet would study an economic Reform plan that would provide com plete reorganization of govern ment owned Industry and com also said that Nasser planned to fire the nation s 11 regional governors most of them Mili tary officers and replace them with civilians. Warehouse Ana put together with the Aid of blueprints. Waco because it is a nearby location appeared a Likely spot for such work. They re trying to decide whether they need a partial or Complete lockup rebuilt from bits of the debris to find out exactly what happened said Edward Slattery one of the Nosb investigators. The full investigation Possi Bly involving a Public hearing could last six months or More Slattery said. He said despite the Thunder storm theory the specific cause of the crash remains a was the first major . Air disaster of 1968 and the worst in Texas history. Another possibility Slatter said is that a Bolt of lightning struck the plane in flight. Buti he said official investigators had not found any eyewitnesses who reported seeing lightning i hit the four engine Jet prop Airliner. Saw fireball1 most of the witnesses officials talked to he said reported j they saw a Flash of fire in the sky a they said the plane disintegrated in this red Flash and fell to Earth through sheets of rain and Hail from Lack Clouds. Apparently the plane lost it Tail first then its right Wing then hit the ground nose first an flipped on its Back in a Field and Ravine. There was nothing to indicate sabotage Slattery said. A mile and a half from the crash scene in the heart of this Central Texas farming town other experts sought to finish identifying remains of the victims in a temporary morgue on a school basketball than half the victims had been tentatively identified through fingerprints dental work and personal papers a Dayan a half after the crash. List completed Braniff released these last eight names of victims killed in the crash pvt. Ronald d. Brewer armpit. Polk la., Home Tulsa Lola. Pvt. Patrick h. Browne Larmy it. Polk Home Lamar Colo w. B. Campbell Dallas pfc. Sammy Joe Dobbs Marine corps Home Tulsa okla. Also Myles j. Glover District Heights my. Pvt. George h. Harris army it. Polk Home Lamar Colo. Mrs. J. N. Shep Sperd Gilmer Tex. Pvt. Norman Van eur army. It. Polk Home Woody Creek airline also released the i address of one victim whose name had been identified earlier. He was d. W. Trotter of Tulsa okla. Hippo tiptoes into Sweden customs overlooks Goteborg Sweden up mrs. Katie Bronett owner of the swedish circus Scott denied charges sunday that she had smuggled in a 5,000-Pound Hippopotamus into Sweden. Miss Juba the lady Behemoth was first reported to have tiptoed past customs officials to take part in a perform Ance with the circus at the town of Orebro in Central seems to have spotted her however and re ported it to the police. The police in Orebro decided to apprehend both animal and owner but after a confrontation with the found both too formidable. Miss Juba proved too big an mrs. Bronett too angry. A veterinarian Einar Wollertz was called in. Mrs. Bronett proved that miss Juba s papers were in order and that she was listed among the other animals. Before seeing the papers Wollertz said i must say that i find it curious that a 2hrton Hippopotamus can slip past the Cus Toms , miss Juba will not escape being expelled from pounds Sweden customs officials soon As All their papers Are ready she will travel Back Toher Home in Switzerland. But meanwhile she will not be Al Lowed to perform at the circus. Fourteen years ago Sweden banned performances of exotic animals in circuses. Miss Juba is considered an exotic animal along with tigers and Lions

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