European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 14 1968, Page 1

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 14, 1968, Darmstadt, Hesse, % of Iii k at i Iii Tissl i. S. Proposes two peace Steps the stars and stripes unofficial new pop of . Fiew in europ North Africa and la Middle East vol. 27, no. 27 if 21855 a is daily Loc sunday tuesday May 14, 1968 would disengage foes Start Doz reestablishment Paris up the United states proposed monday reestablishment of the demilitarized zone in Vietnam and the pulling apart of the contending forces As the first Steps toward scaling Down the fighting. It said it is willing to end bombing of the North and to Start withdrawing troops if Hanoi pulls out its forces from the South and stops infiltration and the level of violence i Hanoi rejected these proposals As totally it again demanded immediate and unconditional ending of bombing and other attacks against the North before full peace talks preliminary talks opened Here with a North vietnamese claim that they had Defeated the United states and washing ton s charge that limitation on bombing the North has not been French do 3rd heart matched by similar restraint on the part of Hanoi. We ask what restraints Roui will make for your part to con tribute to peace . Ambas i Sador w. Averell Harriman told i the communist Harriman put his question in a i statement at the first three hour session of preliminary talks Here. To resume wednesday j Xuan Thuy the chief North vietnamese negotiator made it Clear that the talks would be difficult. He said the United states had lost the War and that it must end bombing of the North and All other acts of War before formal peace talks can opening session lasted precarious Perch Elev i year old Patsy pork clutches a High voltage 86-foot Tower at Greenville s.c., which she had climbed after running away from a children s Home. Power line official Curtis Ward inched up the Tower and talked the distraught girl into letting him carry her Down. The heavy strands of wire could have killed her instantly. A photo him Sites to be closed to air defense overhaul Washington a Dpi the Pentagon announced monday the it Steps in a Long planned haul of . Defences inst enemy bombers s to take p Ace toy 1969, will involve closing Nerous air defense install. Pcs and elimination of 4,719ary Ami 1,219 Civ Ian jobs. Steps Are part of a the air defense system or More effective and less costly according to the Pentagon. The major changes include closing three Headquarters groups at Gunter fab Region of the North american air defense com Mand the 14th air Force of the aerospace defense commandant the 5th Region of the army air defense out this summer of the 30th Norad division Headquarters and its direction Center at Sioux City Iowa municipal of 20 radar squad Ron Sites 14 of which will retaken Over by the Federal aviation , and in some cases eliminating some fighter interceptor squadrons. Air Force facilities at Paine Field wash.,and grand Island neb., will be closed. Free hours. The two delegation agreed to meet again wednesday morning after studying each other s statements. Harriman said the unite states had come to Paris in � spirit of sincerity Good Faith an Hope but he firmly listed the aggressive actions with which cont. On Page go col. S from a and up dispatches Paris the broussais Hospital announced. Monday that a heart surgery team had completed a transplant operation sunday and that the condition of the patient a priest is excellent. Reports had circulated Sun Day night that prof. Charles Dubost had performed France third heart transplant but Hospi Tal officials repeatedly refuse to give any official Confirma Tion until French order of physicians was critical of the publicity surrounding France s first heart transplant late last month and surgeons and Hospital officials now Are wary of holding news conferences. The priest identified by Church officials in his Parish town 9f Marseilles As father Jean Mari Boulogne had had critical heart trouble for three years. He had suffered several attacks and had cont. On Page 84, col. .-Tj--4-,- a -6 i St. Louis a policemen Are trained to deliver babies in cars or ambulances but nobody Ever taught St. Louis county patrolman Vinson Kallbrier How to do it in the Middle of a skid. The ambulance was on us Way to the Hospital Over the weekend on a maternity Call Kallbrier described the action the baby started coming and just then i heard this ambulance began swerving. I was losing my balance. It s enough to scare a the time the ambulance was Able to come to a Stop the baby was born

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