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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - October 8, 1967, Darmstadt, Hesse4781 of captains to be pro noted see monday s sol cards win 5-2 take series Lead from a and up dispatches St. Louis Nelson Brile tossed a sparkling 7-hitter and was backed by the Bat Ting punch of Lou Brock and Mike Shannon As the cardinals beat the red sox sat urday 5-2. Opening up a 2-1 world series Lead in their first Home Start be fore a St. Louis record crowd of 54,575 at Busch stadium the cards jumped away to an Earl Lead off loser Gary Bell and never were headed. Briles a 24-year-old in his fourth year As a professional backed up his 14-5 regular sea son record with the seven hit Ter. The Only extra base hit Forgoston was Reggie Smith s 360 by the associated press third game Boston 0000011002 7 1 St. Jlouis 120 001 olx5 10 0 Bell Waslowski St. Slange Gosinski 8 and Howard Briles and Mccarver. W Briles. A Bell. Home runs Boston Smith. St. Louis Shannon. Foot Home run leading off the seventh. Brock s opening triple an Curt flood s single gave the cardinals their first run in the first inning. Tim Mccarver witless in the first two games started the Sec Ond inning with a single for and Rode Home free on Shannon s 360-foot Home run blast into the left Field stands. After the tired sox broke through for their first run in the sixth on Mike Andrews Pinch single Jose tart Abuls sacrifice and Dalton Jones single the cards came right Back in their half of the , the cardinals speedy baserunner beat out a perfectly placed bunt for his second base icon. On Page 2 col. 5 i be been stabbed Philadelphia a unattractive 20-year-old blonde scheduled to be a bridesmaid saturday was stabbed to death on a City Street As she returned from a Corner store with a can of hair said she was slain Fri cont. On Page 21. Col. 2 the stars and weather continued Cloudy and occasional rain showers. Frankfurt Heidelberg High 65, Low 55. Temperatures recorded saturday get 44 44 am pm 70 81 Adana p 64 68 Athens p 50 68 Aviani p 48 61 Berlin cd 54 64 Frankfurt p 59 64 London p am pm 59 82 Madrid p 48 66 Munich p 59 64 Paris p 54 57 Prestwick. P 48 73 Rome p 75 79 wheelus p unofficial newspaper of . Forces in Europe North Africa and the Middle East cd Cloudy a partly cloudy2nd weather Wing vol. 26, no. 173 if 21855 a daily 10 sunday sunday october 8, 1967 lbs tells All agencies to freeze s i Rock kills i trucker by i s mistake Pittsburgh up a drier of a double trailer truck apparently mistaken for Astee hauling vehicle was killed saturday by a Rock thrown froma Highway overpass in Michi was the first fatality in a continuing wave of violence shootings arson sabotage of trucks and harassment of non striking truckers that has accompanied a seven week strike by Independent owner operators of steel hauling rigs in eight trucker killed was Fredrick e. Beck 40, of Carlisle Mich. A Driver for the Wayne soap co., police said he was killed instantly when he was struck in the Throat by one of two Rock thrown from an overpass on . 23 about six Miles South offline Mich. The state police said his Rig apparently was mistaken for a steel hauling state police immediately assigned extra patrols toll routes which trucking companies informed them their Rig would travel. Gov. George rom Ney had said earlier in the wee police would escort trucks if the violence s death followed two incidents of Roadside sniping on cont. On Page 2h col. 1 anguish a sobbing construction worker is kept from entering a building in Baton Rouge la., to help trapped co workers after a steel Boom fell several floors killing two men and injuring five. Story on Page 24 a photo step results from Battle of budget Washington up president Johnson has instructed a 11 government agencies to freeze commit ments for spending until the Battle of the budget with Congress it settled the Whitehouse said saturday. A memorandum signed recently makes exceptions for Essen tial commitments for National de sense and for vital health and welfare operations. Defense Secretary Robert s. Mcnamara announced earlier last week that his department was holding up on All future military construction projects not necessary for the War in Vietnam. A White House spokesman said Johnson s order directed All departments and agencies that while this budget problem was hanging not to commit them selves to any future Congress has passed Only a few of the annual appropriation Bills for department operations in the fiscal year which began july 1. In addition the House Balke temporarily a week ago at pass ing a Stop Gap Resolution author izing the agencies to continue spending. A later Resolution Al lows such spending until oct. 23. The White House spokesman said the reason for the order was simply that at this Point no on knew How much Money would be appropriated. Ii1 1 m usually can t do that sort of thing polio victim climbs to Rescue boy Omaha neb. Up ayoung Man crippled by polio dragged and clawed his Way to the Aid of a Little boy whom he rescued from strangling by his jacket near the top of backyard gym set doctors at Omaha children s Hospital said saturday. The physicians credited Arla Greve 26, with saving the life of Dean Alexis Zerbe 3, son ofor. And mrs. Mason Zerbe and grandson of Veteran . Diplomat u. Alexis John son now ambassador to on a pair of crutches Greve looked out the Bac window of his Home. Thursday and saw the motionless body of Little Dean Alexis in the backyard of the Zerbe Zerbe backyard Borders on the Greve , a Laboratory technician at Nebraska methodist Hospital Here yelled for Hel but got no response. He made his Way through the Yard to wire Fence which separates the Greve and Zerbe properties. The gym set was close to the Fence but not close enough for Greve to reach the boy who had turned Blue from choking. Greve a polio victim 15 year Sago threw his crutches Over the Fence and then leaned backward on the Fence until his weight plunged him into the Zerbe clawed his Way up the gym set and freed the tangled jacket Hood and the boy from the set."1 Don t know How i got up or got the boy Down. I usually can t do that sort of tiling Greve , he tried Mouth to Mouth resuscitation. But when that did not work he switched to artificial respiration. Little Dean Alexis started breathing but remained 15 minutes Greve yelled for help. Only when he was convinced the boy s breathing was regular did he go to the Zerbe door and summon mrs. Zerbe. In turn the Mother called a Rescue boy was taken to children s Hospital and later released

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