European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Nov 2 1967, Page 1

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 2, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseWhat makes Reagan run see daily Magazine shut up99 Brown tells press lord and fur files London up foreign Secretary George Brown has been in hot water before but he has never been so scalded for his actions As he was wednesday. Some political experts were willing to bet Brown would lose his Job As a result of his latest caper tuesday night a Surpris ing attack on his dinner party Host and his newspaper the respected sunday times. Brown s outspoken burst of criticism took place in front of an audience that included the husband of Queen Elizabeth ii s Cousin Princess Alexandra billionaire j. Paul Getty and scores of american and British businessmen. Brown told his Host newspaper magnate lord Thomson to shut he told Thomson his news papers were doing a very great disservice to dinner Brown clashed noisily with reporters accuse them of damaging Britain s image overseas called British newspapers the most prostituted in the world and told the to shut up while he was salted the Exchange with the word bloody a vulgar expression in Britain. Newspapers led by the daily express said the time had com for prime minister Harold Wilson to fire Brown who appeared Las month on a British broadcasting corp. Program to defend himself against charges of excessive Long can Wilson stand it the evening news asked. I described Brown s latest out burst As a Tantrum and said the foreign Secretary s behaviour was a rum ustious familiar part of the British government. The foreign office refuse comment and sources said Wil son and Brown had not discussed the matter despite a Brief meet front. On Page 2, col. 1 a George Brown left lord Thomson. Their geniality faded the unofficial newspaper of . Forces i Europe North Africa and the Middle East vol.26, no. 198 if 21855 a thursday november 2, 1967 5i Dally 10 sunday d Humphrey flies Over Vietnam Battleground then leaves on 2nd leg of asian tour Saigon a Hubert Humphrey ended an action packed three Day visit to South Vietnam and flew to Kuala Bumpur Malaysia wednesday. Humphrey stayed away from Abig National Day Parade in Sai gon to go into the Field to see american fighting men at their combat stations. He flew Over Vietnam s bloodiest Battleground and watched . Artillery Hammer away a communist positions North and South of the demilitarized f4 phantoms and a6 in truders flew above the vice pres ident s lumbering 118 transport As it flew along the fighting zone scarred by shells and bombs where some 10,000 . Marines cont. On Pant a fire frightened horse is Ledwith difficulty from a boarding stable at Orange Calif. Flames racing through130,000 acres since sunday have claimed four lives and destroyed an estimated 80homes in the los Angeles area. A trick or Treater stabbed to death by United press International. The Young daughter of a county patrolman was shot Byan unknown sniper in Arlington fla., tuesday night and a 14-year-old boy was stabbed to death in Portsmouth a. Both were touring their neighbor hoods in Portsmouth said James Karl Brownjr. Walked up to u boy about his own age who was trick or treating i their neighbourhood grabbed his Candy bag and youth wearing a costume and ii ask gave Chase overtook Brown and stabbed him apparently with an ice pick police said. The youth retrieved his Candy and fled As Brown fell mortally wounded. In Pensacola fla., a 14-year-old boy wus set afire by i i v o other teenagers dressed As hallo Ween pranksters. They tossed a gasoline filled balloon at him then struck a match and tossed it on the boy s soaked was in poor condition in a local old Clarence via was killed near his Home i Hopkinsville ky., when struck by a car. He was wearing a Olack costume and a mask. No charges were filed against the Driver. Linda Klaine Halman 12, was felled by a Bullet As she and several friends made their trick or treat r o u n d s in Arlington. They said they heard something that sounded like firecrackers and Linda was reported in Good same Lor uniform Ting Toge hat s was ise Sall in the an ther Astin was can t a the rest of the old Awe re i it o talk about now and what n full Iii to it i age 5

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