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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - October 16, 1967, Darmstadt, HessePage 24 the stars and stripes Romney urges neutralizing of Vietnam Detroit up gov. George Romney of Michigan proposed sunday the neutralizing of Viet Nam through International machinery that would include North vietnamese participation. Romney also said he detects shift in the administration s pol icy that puts More stress on self interest possibly to justify invading North Vietnam with . Sol Diers. If this move is a Way of justifying invasion or military Esca lation then i think we ought to Stop look and listen Romney said. If we Are going to face the question of invasion and risk world War Iii. Then we ought to have Congress declare Romney discussed Vietnam his policies and civil rights in a National television interview taped Here saturday. To decide soon Romney said he expects to de cide whether to become a declared candidate for the 1968 re publican presidential n o m i n a Tion in a matter of six Romney said he is formulating Vietnam policy that would in clude the question of neutralization of the countries directly in following the interview Romney said the Neutral zone he envisions would include North and South Vietnam As Well As Cambodia and Laos and possibly Thailand. I Don t think you have to have China Romney said when asked if such a Neutral zone would be possible without China s cooperation. Monday oct Tor 16, 167 Cliburn continued from Page i said he began thinking of Al the men he knew and called Liz Carpenter mrs. Lyndon b. John son s press Secretary whose husband Les stands Well Over six feet. No Luck there but mrs. Car Penter contacted president Johnson who is about Cliburn size 6 feet 4 inches and the president said the pianist can have the Best i be Cliburn went to the Whitehouse less than two hours be fore his concert at Washington Constitution Hall was to begin to sort through the president clothing with the help of a White House choosing one of the presi Dent s outfits Cliburn was asked to stay for dinner at the White House while minor alterations were made. He arrived at the concert Hall about 15 minutes late for his concert and explained to the audience what had happened. He said his Collar was the Only thing of his own he was wearing. The rest belongs to president Johnson he said. South african and japanese this is couple without a country Johannesburg up White South african of 72 is pay ing $1,400 a time to visit his30-year-old japanese wife Mhd Koo in Tokyo because the Haven t found a country that will accept them As Man and Wiessner said sunday that he was at his wits end be cause of the refusal of South Africa Japan and Swaziland to permit them to live together per said he married Miki a Tokyo Hairdresser by Japa Nese custom in 1965. The Japa Nese authorities refused h i m permanent residence permit and would allow him Only temporary visitor s permits for visits to his wife. As soon As the permits expire i have to leave the country and make a fresh application Wiessner said. South Africa will not accept the couple since japanese Are regarded As non Whites for marriage purposes although in All other circumstances they Are tre Tedas White. Wiessner said that be fore their marriage the South african Consul in Tokyo warned that they would never receive permission to live together As Man and wife in South two then decided to Settle in Swaziland Britain s last african Possession destined for Independence in 1968 but the Only Way they could reach swazi land from Japan wag by flying via said they applied for a transit visa but the South african Consul said they probably would be refused since the would have to remain overnight at Johannesburg s Jan smut Airport and the Airport has no transit facilities for a White Man with a japanese the South african said that soon afterwards he was informed that British authorities in swazi land had refused him and his wife a residence permit. No Ike is 77 former president Dwight prepares to blow out the single Candle on his cake saturday at a luncheon Given by friends in his Honor. The event i Washington marked Eisenhower s 77th birth Day. See related Story on Page 3. A photo bombs erupt in Hong Kong continued from Page u found in front of other chinese Heaters. Other terrorists hurled bombs Over a police station Fence and at patrolling police cars and demolition team vans. No one was reported dozen or More bombs some real some fake were strewn along Streetcar tracks running through the Wanchai tenement District on Hong Kong Island disrupting service for almost an hour. Two mobs of several Hundred each staged anti British demonstrations in separate areas of Kowloon across the Harbor Chan Nel from Hong Kong. Police five soviet spies caught Bonn says continued from Page i from East Germany to West Ger Many in 1962 with orders to woo and if necessary wed a Secre tary in a sensitive government Job who would pass on secrets. The sources said mrs. Suetter Lin and her husband gave the communists data on West Ger Man diplomats from ministry personnel files and other secret political and military inform Suetterlin recently describe himself in a journalists association questionnaire As consultant to the West German civil defense Josef Freise acting head of the authority denied sunday that Suetterlin was an employee but said he contributed frequently As a photo reporter to civil defens publications. Observers said it would have been easy for Suetterlin under the Guise of preparing a civil de sense article to dig out secrets. French embassy officials Sai Pichl had been a janitor in the French embassy compound for More than 10 years. But they said that As janitor for the build ing housing the office for Liaison Between the French armed forces and West German civil authorities he could not have had a Cess to vital the embassy attaches no great importance to his Dis closure As an alleged spy spokesman said. However German sources Sai Pichl his wife and brother in Law whose name was withheld were suspected of rifling safes in the French embassy com Pound and delivering secret documents to the identity and whereabouts of the soviet spymaster said Mohave defected remained a mystery. Broke up both with Baton charges and arrested More than 40 in one incident and about 30 in the second. The terrorist bomb planting resumed sunday Forenoon after be ing almost completely washed out during the night by heavy rain. By Nightfall sunday police and army demolition squads had answered More than 160 bomb Calls. About 40 were described As dangerously powerful the rest were fakes or scare devices which contained explosives but no fragmentation London it was announced that Britain formally protested the kidnapping of inspector Frank chinese charge d affaires in London Chen p ing was summoned to the foreign office and the British charge d affaires i peking was instructed to make similar representations directly to the chinese government a foreign office spokesman was kidnapped after an argument with chinese Farmer who crossed the Border into Hong Kong to demand the removal Ofa barbed wire Fence. Reason was said he now com mutes Between Johannesburg and Tokyo staying with his wife in their Flat above her suburban Tokyo hairdressing Salon for As ions As his permit lasts and the returning to South Africa to apply for a new permit. Each trip costs him $1,400 Imtair fares. I Don t know what i la do tithe japanese government refuses to Grant me a new visitor permit Wiessner said. It will mean i will have to visit Japan every year on a tourist visa but As Long As i can afford it 1shall do Wiessner is a wealthy artist Whoso paintings Are Well known in South Africa. He said he owns a Large number from South african Gold shares and if the japaneses authorities Gav him permission to Settle in Japan he would sell the shares and in Vest the Money in Japan by building an apartment Block. Wiessner said he had visited Apan several times he met Miki during a visit to Tokyo two Yearl Tago and married her seven months ago after an engagement lasting two months. He returned to South Africa last month to Complete a number of paintings. Surveyor 5 resumes its Moon signals Pasadena Calif. Up the slumbering . Surveyor 5 spacecraft which soft landed of the Moon last month and con ducted scientific experiments be fore hibernating for the lunar night Cycle came Back to life sunday. The spacecraft is Back on Theair with Good Strong signals reported the Jet propulsion Laboratory Here. Like its predecessor surveyor1, which also survived the frigid1 minus-250-degree lunar night the fifth Moon probe responded to radio signals Early sunday Indi Cating it was in condition to re sume experiments. A jul spokesman said that i Surveyor 5, which made a successful skid like Landing on the Moon sept. 10, showed no sign of damage or Wear from the extreme temperatures further Pic Ture taking was planned. He said a series of radio Sig nals was being transmitted through space to the 600-Poundspacecraft to determine the condition of its Battery camera another scientific equipment. The first command to surveyor5 to resume taking close up photographs of the lunar terrain was anticipated sometime after 2 . Get monday the spokes Man said. Football scores by the associated press National league new York 27, Pittsburgh 2fcleveland 20, St. Louis 10 Minnesota 10, Green Bay 7los Angeles 24, Baltimore 24 san Francisco 28, Philadelphia 27chicago 14, Detroit 3 Atlanta 20, Washington 20dallas 14, new Orleans 10 american league new York 28, Houston 28boston 41, Miami 10 Oakland 24, Buffalo 20

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