European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Oct 20 1967, Page 1

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - October 20, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseUnofficial newspaper of . Forces in Europe North Africa and the Middle East vol. 26, no. 185 if 21855 a Friday october 20, 1967 St daily 10 sunday of British Cut in spending Washington a the House passed wednesday night a Bill designed to Cut government spending an Esti mated $7 billion in the year ending june 30. Fighting to hold Down proposed cuts in president John son s budget administration supporters were Defeated again and again in a Complex struggle that ended with republicans and Southern democrats triumphant. Nailed into a measure to . Probe near Venus sends data Pasadena Calif. A Mariner 5 skimmed within 2,480 Miles of Venus at 10 34a.m. Thursday on an Atmos phere sampling Mission Simi Lar to that of a russian Craft which parachuted a capsule to the planet s surface wednesday. Flight controllers at the Jet propulsion Laboratory said Sig All instrument Sand data Wasnalas indicate were working being recorded on tape for play Back several hours later. One of the key experiments measuring atmospheric depth and density by distortion of radio Waves took place As the 540 Pound Craft swept behind Ven sat a Speed of 19,000 Miles per hour shortly after its closes approach. Bending of the Waves by Venus s Cloudy atmosphere which the soviet Venus 4 con firmed As mostly Carbon dioxide and extremely hot was expected to show the density of the atmosphere and How far it extends from the surface. The signals stopped at 10 37a.m. 2 37 get and resumed 23 minutes the flyby instruments on Mariner 5 measured the amount of Hydrogen and oxygen in the upper fringes of Venus atmosphere. From this . Scientists Hope to deduce the density of the heavier lower layer of Carbon dioxide and thus Check the accuracy of the russian Craft s of emissions from cont. On Page 23, col. S weather morning fog and Haze with Chance of Light rain. Little change saturday. Frank Furt Heidelberg High 58, Low 37. Temperatures recorded thursday get 4 4am pm 61 70 Adana p 94 64 Athens p 60 57 Valano p 34 60 Berlin p 30 62 Frankfurt p 38 55 London p a partly Cloudy. 4 4 am pm 52 75 Madrid p 31 55 Munich p 36 59 Paris p 45 55 Prestwick p 59 75 Rome p 63 77 wheel up p 2nd weather Wing. _ Emer gency financing for depart ments whose appropriations Are still pending and which will be out of Money next monday unless Congress acts were two massive spending limitations. One would require that spend ing this year be held at the lev Els of the previous year except for outlays in connection with the Vietnam War and certain other specified activities. This provision was sponsored by rep. Jamie l. Whitten a miss. Whitten told the House his Masui a would mean about a ?7 billion Cut. Added to it was another Limi tation that was backed solidly by republicans headed by rep Frank t. Bow of Ohio. It would set what Bow called an absolute ceiling of $131.5 billion on spend cont. On Page 24, col. 4 protest punch a student at the University of Californi arises at a Berkeley rally and defends police handling of ant draft defense is Cut Short by a punch froma girl who dislikes his views. Up photo Antiwar rally May draw 100,000 secrets told by saturday evening Post from a and up dispatches new York the Satur Day evening Post in an article m its nov. 4 Issue publicly reveals for the first time the names of the Heads of the two most secret British Intelli gence agencies. The article says that . 6england s espionage Arm is run b v. In Dick Goldsmith White and that . 5, the counterintelligence division is headed by sir Edward m. Furnival Jones in London the daily express published the names of the two intelligence chiefs despite the so called a notice system voluntary arrangement Between publications and the British government to protect National Security. A spokesman for the newspaper lord Beaver Brook s right Wing daily with a circulation of four million said the names were printed because the Post planned to use them in the forthcoming Issue. Names reprinted the Liberal guardian followed the express s Lead and also front paged the Security chiefs names. The Post article is excerpted rom the Book the espionage establishment by David wis and Thomas b. Ross. The Book will be published by random House. White a White haired Ruddy faced Man who looks like a banker was Deputy chief of the counter intelligence subdivision of g-2 on the staff of Gen. Dwight d. Eisenhower s supreme Allied Headquarters in cont. On Page 2- h col. 1 p from a and up dispatches Washington army Para troops flew to Washington thurs Day to protect the Pentagon against a planned Antiwar demonstration this weekend. Two c130 air transport brought in an estimated 120 men from the 82nd airborne divisional it. Bragg n.c., and several other plan loads were schedule to arrive later. These were the initial ele ments of a military Force of presently undetermined size which will be used to prevent weekend protesters from disrupting Vita defense business. Sponsors of a massive week end March on the Pentagon Hope for a turnout of 100,000 per sons. The protest activities Are to begin saturday. Protesters in Washington hereto begin their weekend March from the Lincoln memorial tothe Pentagon. Pentagon officials offered tallow the demonstrators to Camp on Pentagon grounds until Pentagon Agency accused of using hoax to find news Leah Washington a the Boston Globe reported thursday and the Johnson administration promptly denied that phony its of cities chosen for the Model cities program had been distributed to find and plug Ann formation leak. A list of 77 cities published his week by the St. Louis Post dispatch was one of the lists the administration put out for the purpose the Globe St. Louis paper said the Cit ies on its list had been chosen to receive planning Grants under the program. The department of housing and Urban develop ment issued a statement thurs Day saying it denies in its entirety the Story on Model cities appearing in today s Boston no lists of cities have Bee prepared for the purpose of trapping so called information leaks Hud said. There is not now and never has been a list of those cities which will receive Model cities planning the White House earlier had disclaimed knowledge of the re ported action. Congress is nearing comple Tion on funding of the Model Cit ies program and sources say announcement of the chosen Cit ies will be made shortly Boston newspaper said phony lists were distributed bythe administration to at least five government agencies. Monday morning but told the they would have to Clear the area before the influx of the27,000 employees. Demonstration leaders have refused the offer and apparently still plan to form a human barricade across the Pentagon Entrance roads. Air Force officials made Clear the defense department is gearing to bring in whatever troop Force May be necessary to maintain Law and order. An air Force officer involve Din airlifting the paratroops from it. Bragg said As Many As 100incoming flights of c130 transports will be ordered a necessary. This officer said the averagec130, loaded with the Para troops equipment would carry about 60 men. This would indicate the Penta gon is laying out the capability to haul in As Many As 6,000 paratroops As a precaution. During a week of nationwide protests against the War in Viet Nam there were an attempt to cont. On a Fie 31 col 2

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