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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 14, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseTo Day november 14, 1967 the stars and stripes Page 7 Nixon lists 4 foes for nomination my 4hash. Let s go Sam said. We moved cautiously into the Woods t was getting dark and a drizzling rain soaked the tall was pushing her nose through the grass like a steam shovel. The dog s moving Well Reggie said she must have there were reports of a lion too. It was nearly dark when we reached the Ravine. Tracks shouted Reggie. He Knelt an pointed to a Cluster of Paw prints in the Muddy tracks i whispered nervously. Maggie sat on he haunches and looked at me with doleful eyes. There was a Mes Sage in that gaze. Like let get out of she turned and headed Back up the Hill. Meanwhile the search for the Tiger who came to break fast continues. But like i say Maggie Christopher Sam Reg Gie Thorvald and me Princess and paper an Alley cat of no affluence makes his play for a handsome heiress to some $400,000, and that s a lot of cat nip. The will of mrs. Dora t. Rollins of it. Worth tex., who died oct. 28, provides that sum to the cat at right 14 other felines and two dogs. When the last of the pets Dies the estate goes to friends and relatives. A primaries in new Hampshire Wisconsin. Indiana Nebraska Oregon and South Dakota Nix on said. He said he thinks he would have to win considerably bet Ter than half of the six races Towin the nomination. Nixon said Reagan s presence a primary might make win Ning More difficult and explained polls had shown the California contender would draw More votes from him than from Romney. The question is whether there would be someone else on the ballot on the other Side Percy or a Rockefeller who might draw from Romney he said. But if it s a three Way race Between Romney Nixon and Reagan it makes the task More difficult for Nixon to win than it would be if it were a two Way race Between Nixon and Mccarthy puts off decision for a month Chicago up Mccarthy d-minn., an outspoken critic of president Johnson s conduct of the War in Vietnam said sunday he would decide in december whether to run against the president undemocratic primaries. Mccarthy made his announce ment in a news conference following a speech to the National labor leadership As Sembly for peace at the University of Chicago. It was sponsored by the Trade Union division of the National com Mittee for a sane nuclear policy sane. Mccarthy said he hoped Tosee senators who share his views express them by entering state primaries next year. He mentioned specifically s e f. Kennedy . When asked who he thought had be Edge in the Republican party for the presidential nomination Mccarthy said he thought California gov. Ronald Reagan was leading followed by former vice president Richard Nixon in his speech u the 550 labor Union leaders Mccarthy said the democratic party has the p r i m a r y responsibility for what s happening in Vietnam because it has been in office the longest during the conflict. Mccarthy said we must Calla halt to our policies and programs now in Lindsay urges Rocky to go after presidency. _. � uni. _ 1 k 1 a. I 1 i,./1.1.1 i i 1 it 11 11 i til it f to a flew York a Republican mayor John v. Lindsay said sunday it would be a Good thing if . Nelson a. Rocke Feller decided to seek the gop presidential new York governor has said repeatedly he did not ill tend to run for president but Lindsay said that should he change his mind i think it would be a Good thing for my party and for the mayor said he also hoped the Republican convention would nominate a candidate who is in Tho last third of the24 the Cuury and. Looking for Ward to the 21st on the lbs face the nation interview if he entertained any Hopes of getting on the gop ticket himself Lindsay said he did not although a re cent poll showed him to have following. The mayor described polls As very mercurial an said they can change in a lie said it would be mistake to lean on Lindsay Suid the War in Viet Nam would be in Issue in the Campaign and that the Republican candidate ought to offer an alternative to our present course of the mayor said he Long had been opposed to . Fighting in a land War in the far East and also charged the United states had not exhibited that vigorous positive diplomacy needed to bring about a Multi lateral solution to the Rockefeller has generally sup ported Johnson in his conduct of Hie War saying the president has Access to More information. Lindsay said he thought there should be vigorous Public Dis , Ulio selves As vice chairman of the pc Sieleni s advisory commits Mon on Mil tils orders said it had not found evidence sufficient to enable it to arrive at a conclusion there was a National conspiracy in the noting that hit 5ti cities last sum Mer. He said the commission was still studying the matter and hoped to have an interim report in january and a trial one next Spring. He criticized Congress in crud i ii republicans for culling Back on president la Huimin s Antipov Eit program. He said Congress was not responding to the crisis in Tho Ciucev

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