European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Nov 25 1967, Page 5

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 25, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseSaturday november 25, 1967 the stars and stripes Page 5 Dick Gregory fasting in Vietnam War protest Chicago a negro co median Dick Gregory began a fast thursday in protest against the War and the government s position in Gregory who has been act vein civil rights work and Antiwar protests said the fast would run32 Days from thanksgiving through Christmas. It s my own idea Gregory said. The reason i decided to fast is that i feel it would Bevery effective in America be cause this is the Only country in 59 s. Viols arrested in graft drive Saigon up fifty nine South vietnamese servicemen have been charged with embezzlement and bribery in the government s new the government news Agency said Friday. The Agency said they we recharged in cases involving sums of from $850 to $38,000."many other important Simi Lar cases Are under investigation it said. The ant corruption drive be gun nov. 1, was a Campaign pledge of president Nguyen Van Thieu after urging by . Authorities. The world in which we have More people dying from Over eating than announced oct. 3 that he will be a candidate for president of the United states on an Independent ticket in 1968.he would run on a plat form of will drink Only distilled water during the fast period and that he would maintain his schedule of con certs lectures and other appearances. The schedule Call for stops in 26 cities before ask All of those who like myself Are opposed to the Warto demonstrate their determination by not buying a Turkey for Christmas dinner Gregory also suggested that True christians and humanitarian celebrate Christmas this year in simplicity and sacrifice and i sympathy with the suffering on both sides in the also suggest that they avoid traditional decorations Christmas Trees lights Orna ments toys and the Exchange of gifts and presents until peace on Earth and Good will toward me become a reality the enter Tainer appealed to All morally committed americans not Toby a new automobile until the War is Over. End of Long struggle single girl adopts baby i 50 21 As 51 45 55 Saio 49 horizontal1. Tranquil 5. Remain. Cogoni zance12. Medley 13. Harness part 14. Epoch15. Mexican peasant16. Algerian city17. Fall month abbr 18. Dispatched 19. Spanish title20. Rub Cund 21. Deity23. Female deer25. And cleopatraj8. Scottish county82. Quantity of paper33. Restrain 34. Breakfast food 87. Simmered89. Inlet 40. Pronoun 41. Comfortable 44. Garden tool 46. Screen60. Epoch 61. Painful62. Concept 63. Thing Law 64. Middle Eastern country65. Electrical unit66. Still 57. Depend6s. Cloth measure vertical1. Spools for thread9. On the sheltered Side 8. King of Jungle 4. Robert 5. Sham 6. Tropical Plant t. Femi Nln name 8. Longlngf9. Gambling game answer to yesterday s Puzzle. Average time of solution 24 in lust a 1967, King synd., zoo. Ii-s5 10. God of love11. Service Branch 20. No progressive 22. Upon24. Conjunct tion25. Part of circle26. Born 27. Sailor29. Evergreen tree30. Falsehood 81. Conclusion 35. Three toe sloth 36. City i Pakistan 37. Shining 38. Symbol for titanium 41. Grant 42. Curve molding 43. Piquancy45. Verbal 47. Heathe deity 48. Descended49. Makes Laco edging Indianapolis ind. A Audrey Oliver brushed imaginary lint from the skirt of he two piece yellow suit. Her dark eyes scanned the reception room. Her fidgeting ceased when a6-month-old girl entered the room in the arms of a Oliver s arms went out and she placed the infant on her Lap. There were no words but twas love at sight. Miss Oliver 29, a financial clerk at it. Benjamin Harrison wednesday became the first sin Gle woman to adopt a child from the childrens Bureau of Indian Apolis. For miss Oliver who beamed with Pride As she straightened the infant s dress it marked the end of a Long struggle. She had tried with three other agencies in Indiana to adopt a child but was told she had to remarried she took her Case to the childrens Bureau and after careful screening miss Oliver was allowed to adopt the childrens Bureau believes in the right of every child to have a Home of his own said James j. Mallon executive director of the Agency. If the Only alternative is hav ing no parents in his lifetime then we feel that the child willbe better off if he or she can be loved and cared for by a he said love is the yardstick when placing a child along with Job Security and family Environ ment. She s mine miss Olive whispered As she held the baby. I m going to Call her . And mrs. Roy Oliver Audrey s brother and his wife cooed and teased the new Mem Ber of the lives with another sin Gle girl. She dates and says she s in no Rush to states such As Oregon and California have similar pro Grams of allowing single women to Clont a Evvon tender kiss miss Audrey Oliver 29-year-old clerk at fort Benjamin Harrison kisses her 6-month-old girl after she became the first single girl to adopt a child in Indianapolis. A photo decision Over Vietnam legs shot Pilot completes Mission Saigon up a communist machine gun Bullet ripped both legs of the . Navy Pilot. The pain flared so badly that another Jet Pilot watched it. . Den Nis Earl bang his fists in agony against the inside of the cockpit of his a4 skyhawk. His Wingman advised Earl to forget his bombing Mission against North Vietnam. He suggested Earl dump his bombs eject into the Tonkin Gulf or try to Limp Home to their aircraft Carrier. Friday the Navy told what the26-year-old Pilot from Mendon Utah decided monday Over the North vietnamese coast. The antiaircraft fire had smashed into the fuselage of his single seat Jet in both Earl s legs were broken. He looked Down and saw blood soaking through his flight suit. It began to drip. The pain came flooding. Earl s fists beat against the cockpit windows. It was More than reaction to pain. The Pilot fought against blacking out unconsciousness that would doom . Or nor. James e. Busey 34, of Urbana 111., watched Earl s pounding and switched on his told him to Jettison his bombs. But he did t Jettison them Busey said. Earl would drop his bombs Only Over his target. Grimacing in pain he streaked toward his objective a major Supply took a few extra seconds to concentrate on getting Over the Road and dropping the bombs Busey Busey Earl headed Back for the Carrier Oriskany,125 Miles away. Earl made a perfect Landing on the flight deck. They had to lift him from the cockpit. Doctors operated on his legs for five hours. They predicted a Complete asked Earl Why he did t simply eject when could t see going into the water with two bad legs he said. Criminology student flunks san Francisco up Charles l. Klaus 33, criminology Junior at the University of California flunked his subject wednesday. To was arraigned before a . Commissioner on a charge of obtaining $10,502 in the Holdup of a Napa calif., Bank. Bail for Klaus a native of Green Bay wis., was set at $50,000. Nationalist guerrillas destroy 8 peking Mig Sjef Taipei up nationalist China Friday said its guerrilla commandos destroyed eight mig19 jets in a raid against chinese Mainland air base. It was the first time chinese officials had reported specific re sults by their agents on the main National defense Agency spokesman confirmed Hong Kong newspaper reports that the com mangoes struck a communist air Force base in Kiangtung prov Ince nov. 19 and destroyed themig interceptors on the ground. The spokesman said the raid was carried out by our Auti communist fighters on the China Mainland in stepped up operations during the chaotic cultural chinese officials previously have said Generalis Simo Chiang Kai Shek s forces Are increasing guerrilla raids on the Mainland. But Friday was the first time they reported the re Are checking through our intelligence channels to find out More details the spokesman said. Mail cards Early for next Christmas Washington up rap. Frank Horton r-n.y., had proof positive tuesday of the Wisdom of Early c h r i s t m a s received his first Christmas card of the scar lint it was dated dec. L i 19 to. Came from the office of a Friend located less Tara two mile from Horton s Washington of fice

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