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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - October 8, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseSunday october 8, 1967 the stars and stripes week s Mart action cautious uneventful new York up cautious and uneventful Best described Market action last week. Of the 1,809 issues crossing the tape 774 advanced 688 declined and 147 held unchanged. New highs for the year were reached by 235 issues while 115 dropped to new lows. Volume contracted to 49,439,036shares from 50,858,916 shares changing hands the previous week. But it was Well above the 37,559,330 shares traded in the same week a year ago. A phenol was volume Leader jumping 53,4 to 43i/6 on turnover of 1,063,500 shares. Low priced Hupp corp. Was second most Active tacking Ort % to 8 on volume of 746,800shares, with much of the activity stemming from Large bloc transactions. New York new York Stock Exchange closing Index Market Index Industrial transportation Utility finance oct. E 54.0656.53 53.48 44.08 53.63 sept. 2953.71 56.00 54.28 44.2953.31 greek Sunta frees elder Papandreou from a and Athens George Papandreou the 80-year-old former pre Mier whose fight with King Constantine led to the Street rioting which preceded the military coup in Greece was release saturday from House arrest. Less than a week after pub Lisher mrs. Helen Vlachos and an other sex Premier Panayioti Kanellopoulos were placed under House arrest the military regime freed Papandreou. Justice ministry spokesmen said meanwhile that mrs. Vlachos will be tried for allegedly defaming greek Justice not because she called members of the country s military Junta a Little mrs. Vlachos 55, one of Greece s most successful pub Lishers until she closed her two newspapers and a Magazine to protest censorship after the april 21 army coup was arrest de sept. 28. Charges against her were no officially announced but in up dispatches formed sources said at the time she had been charged with insulting the military regime an violating martial Law. She was released a few hours later to await trial but was put under House arrest at her Athens apartment of the charges was an interview she granted the news paper la Stampa of Turin Italy. In it she called greek Interior minister Brig. Gen. Sty Lianos Pattakos a mediocre Man who plays the Clown and said other Junta leaders were Little the Justice ministry source said the prosecutor of the Mili tary tribunal who will try would base his Case on a paragraph in the la stamp interview in which she was quoted As saying that while Mostof her former employees agreed with her decision to close he papers 24 of them sued her for compensation with support fro the regime. Mutual funds prices new work up National association of securities dealers. Inc. 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Up space officials disclosed Friday that moments before Apoll astronaut Clifton c. Williams Rode to his death in his plunging Jet Trainer he calmly radioed that he was ejecting. Officials said he May have been going As fast As 460 . The maximum Speed of his newsman Eddy Gilmore Dies at 60 London a Eddy Gil More pulitzer prize winning Cor respondent of the associated press died of a coronary Throm Bosis Friday night. He was 60. Gilmore who got his pulitzer in 1947 for reporting the Stalin Era put of Moscow leaves his russian born wife t a r a three daughters and one love for Tamara was one of the great romances of the cold War when it was at its coldest in the years after world War died in his Home in Kex i Viileeu. Proc names new officers Berchtesgaden Germany special new officers have been named for the protestant men of the Chapel during the proc conference . Gen. William r. Mac Donald Safe inspector Gen eral was named Friday night As the president. Elected to vice presidential posts for the coming year were col. Charles w. S h e p a r a Safe vice commander of the european Security Region Navy cmdr. R. F. Wilson Neucom and sgt. Maj. Karl f. army he. Shepard was a vice president during the past year and was chairman of the current Confer ence which has attracted 350 delegates to the general Walker hotel. It. Col. Charles p. Dribben of the judge advocate Section us Areur-7th army was named Moc Secretary with t. Sgt. Charles e. Wood Safe he a Dribben s assistant. Honorary Post Macdonald the first air Force president of the organization will be Leader to 400 protestant men s groups on military instal lations in Europe and the Middle during Friday night s session As honorary Moc president was maj. Gen. Julian a. Wilson Deputy chief of staff for personnel. Usa eur 7th to the proc executive committee for the european Council was air Force g. Sgt. Bart r. Zarcone who will Serveas an adviser for publicity. Installation of officers was Totake place saturday night. Ammo disappears in Augsburg Augsburg Germany Spe Cial military police saturday were investigating the reported disappearance of a Box of .50 Caliper tracer ammunition fro the Sheridan Cavern ammunition holding Box disappeared sometime Between aug. 23 and the inventory of sept. 22, a spokesman said. The loss was determine Friday. The ammunition Box was de scribed As a wooden wire bound Container weighing approximately 70 pounds and measuring 14 inches by 12 inches by eight inches. The English Countryside at East Grinstead near London. Gilmore was chief of the a Moscow Bureau in the darkest Days of the soviet defense against Hitler s invading armies and remained in Moscow until after the death of Joseph Stalin in March 1953. His wartime Romance with Tamara was carried on Over Obsta cles put Between foreigners an russian citizens by the suspicious soviet officials. Foreigners were generally considered at Best As potential spies and russians who consorted with them possibly As traitors. In these circumstances Tam Ara was banished from Moscow by the regime. Gilmore by this time had become a Friend of the late Wendell Willkie the 1940american Republican presiden tial nominee. Willkie offered to help Gilmore and by interceding at the Krem Lin where he had Access Asun official Good will ambassador of a wartime ally had Tamara re turned to Moscow where the Gilmore were married. Through the War and after Ward marriages of russians to foreigners were viewed with suspicion and it was not until after Stalin s death that Gilmore washable to leave Russia with Tamara. Gilmore s Romance with Tamara a Ballet student and his efforts to get her o u t of the soviet Union were dramatized in a television Gilmore in his fluent style told his own Story in detail in Book me and my russian he wrote a second Book concerning the time he spent in Russia it was called began his career As a Newspaperman for the atlant journal where he worked from 1929 to 1932. T38 Jet when he hit. Bits of Glass were found 1.000feet from the Point of Impact and no piece larger than a Yard and a half in length has been found. A highly placed informed source told up that Williams never got a Chance to carry out his plan to eject because the oxygen system in the plan apparently failed and he Likely blacked out. But the space Agency Tea that began investigating the crash Friday refused to com ment on the report. Instead it broadcast an Appeal Over local radio stations asking anyone who May have seen the plane just before it crashed to come Forward. Paul Haney a member of the investigating team and information officer for the National aeronautics and space administration Nas Asaid Williams a 35-year-old Marine corps major came up on the emergency frequency at 1 24 . Edt thursday saying mayday mayday Nasa 922 ejecting near , who had listened to a tape of the message described Williams tone As business the Jet crashed on Plantation about 15 Miles Northeast of Tallahassee blast ing out a Crater 15 to 20 feet i Width and of about equal six Man investigating team headed by astronaut Ala Shepard flew in from the space Center at Houston tex.,thursday night. Members spent the night at Moody air Force base at Valdosta ga., then motored Here Friday afternoon in a Convoy made up of an ambulance fire truck a military bus loaded with aides and two or three military , the 8th . Space Man to meet death will reburied at 11 . Monday in Arlington National cemetery at Arlington a. The Rev. Eugene Cargill assistant pastor of the shrine of the True Cross roman Catholic Church at Dickinson tex., will officiate. Dickinson is located afew Miles South of the Houston space Center and William attended Church there. Six other astronauts will serve As pallbearers. Your guide to Good listening in the dec sunday american forces network Trie times listed for an programs Are Central european time news every hour 0830 protestant hour 1105 musical 0930 Catholic hour 1005 Salt Lake choir 0705 overture 0755 sports scoreboard 0805 banners of Faith. 1030 greatest Story Ever told 1100 program schedule 1130 missionary in the Congo 1200 journalists talk 1245 weekly 1315 weekly Magazine 1430 English lesson 1445 for children color 1500 truck Drivers 1600 Jonio Kenyatta 1645 swabian stories. Film 1725 dancing championship 1745 behind the movie screen Mirror 1815 sports i900 world Mirror 1930 sports 2000 news 2015 the three musketeers,1 movie2215 interview 2300 news 1805 viewpoint heritage 1830 crusaders for 1205 world music Freedom 1305 sports 1845 world series 1315 Neucom report 2215 pro football 1400 Weeke world German to second program 1130 program schedule 1200 Aqui Espana 1245 off duty Magazine 1320 for children color 1425 the Iron Snake 1510 news 1515 Glacier ice 1545 Csutak and the Grey horse movie 1655 musical promenade 1725 Bonanza color 1815 news 1830 Church state and catholics 1900 sports 1927 news 1940 viewpoints from Bonn 2000 operetta journey around the world 2100 return trip 2220 news Span Dahlem to news every hour on the hour 1055 program schedule 1105 air Chapel 1130 this is the life 1201 the Christophers 1215 sacred heart 1100 this is the answer 1130 this is the life 1200 Christophers 2055 Stork club 2101 round n1 about 2205 spoils 2215 what s my line 22-45 passport for a Corpse movie Ramstein Wiesbaden Rhine main to 1230 Blondie meets the Boss and bluebeard movies 1345 football bears is. Packers 1745 Coronet films 1805 sports 1815 trading Post 1830 bewitched 1901 lost in space 2001 de Sullivan 1215 sacred heart 1230 Blum disc has servant Trou ble movie 1401 sports 1615 priority special 2102 Dick Powell 1701 Tijuana brass 2215 what s my line 1801 bewitched 2200 news 1900 lost in space 2240 Abe Lincoln in 2002 de Sullivan Illinois movie Check sports Section a i other pays for announcements of special broadcast

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