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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 5, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseThor Ray i the stars and strips. ,., to governor won t Back huh Jackson Mill Asp like the governor of Louisiana i Atic Lascol John Bell Wuu Aras said tuesday6T-but unlike the a Wetor 6 Louisiana i will take a Public Posi Tion he added Taftt of Luton will be announced after i have had an Opportunity to meet with the state democratic executive gov Williams without Ever saying it officially has made it niacin that he plans to support former Alabama gov. George Wallace a third party candidate for president. Boston phone strike ends Boston up alter 1 weeks and three votes some 13,500installers and repairmen of the International brotherhood of Tele phone workers to Bow return died to their jobs with the new big land Telephone co. Net tuesday to begin work on a backlog estimated at 3, orders. The company estimated it would be several month before the orders could be filled. The lengthy Pajot butt ended saturday when i Bow members vote to accept the Coni Pany s latest contract offer which Calls for a 19 per cent salary increase of up to $27 per week. The Union says the strike Cost workers about $30 million or$2 511 per member the company ays the new contract will Cost an estimated $26 million. Reagan vetoes Frk photo ban Bill Sacramento. Calif. Up a Bill restricting Access to autopsy photographs of the late sen. Robert f. Kennedy was vetoed tuesday by gov. Ronai Reagan As detrimental to scientific measure introduced after the june 4 assassination Okennedy in los Angeles was intended to prevent the com Mercial exploitation of such photographs. Access to the pictures was limited to histor ians and legitimate researchers. Reagan said he found no quarrel with the principal j objective of the measure but said it was so broadly worded that it would have the unintended effect of impeding the legitimate use of autopsy photographs in medical Educa Tion and Muddy madness this is no ancient tribal rite no matter How much it May look like one. Heavy Rains created this mud Field at the sky River Rock festival and lighter than air fair near Sultan wash., but the youngsters not surprisingly dug All that photo but he thrives Cohen predicts total coverage United nations a Wilbur j. Cohen . Secretary of health education and welfare predicted tuesday that by 1976 every person in the United states will be insured against comprehensive medical costs. He said this would be done probably by a combination of private and Public financing. Cohen is Here to attend the International Confer ence of ministers responsible for social welfare. . Subway slowdown planned new York a the sub ways did t slow Down tuesday but the subway supervisors association said they will within two Days. We did t have enough Timeto implement our work rules adherence said Moss , general counsel of the 1,000-member supervisors Union. Daley names Tot has t eaten pane to probe meal since birth brutality Issue by sticking to the letter of the rules the Union claims it can j pull a Quarter of the subway cars out of service because of cracked windows stuck doors or other such defects. I the inconvenience to 4.5 Mil lion weekday riders is intended to pressure the transit authority into granting the supervisors More Money and other benefits. Chicago cops give arrest data Chicago up the Chicago police department announced tuesday that a High proportion of those arrested during last week s disturbances outside democratic convention hotels were under 39and from out of town. The department s Public information division said that approximately 60 per cent of the 653 persons arrested were not Chick guns. An estimated 8i per cent of those charged were under 30. All sections of the nation including Hawaii and several foreign countries including Iran England and Germany were represented � those arrested. Gang Battles close Ohio fair Dayton Ohio up gang fights Between several Hundred White and negro youths most of them about 13 years old forced an Early closing of the Montgomery county fair. Police and sheriff s officers alerted for a major outbreak when several store fronts were smashed As the brawling teen agers spilled out from the Fairgrounds onto Cit streets. Peace was restored within two hours. Several of the youngsters detained by police who no delinquency were filed. Russian tug Barge near . Seatti4s a the coast guard said tuesday a russian tug ii Jire were anchored about one mile South of port Orford ore., in . Territorial Waters. ?i.w� no request from russians for permission to Anchor were the coast guard said Art. Two w"6 a Lotta face a mlle a near port orfor1rwi few Montmi May Transfer cargoes but they Are not to fish within ii Miles of the coast St. Paul Minn. A eighteen month old Troy Swiggum a cuddly Blond with Bigeye and Chubby Cheeks looks As if he has never missed Ameal in his Short life. The fact is however that he has never really eaten one in the usual , the son of or. And mrs. Dennis Swiggum River Falls,wis., was born without a com plete of providing a connection Between his Mouth an stomach his oesophagus leads to a Blind was admitted to St. Paul s Bethesda Hospital two Days after birth in february 1967, underwent surgery called a Gastrostomy and an artificial Hole was made in his stomach Wall beaten robbed twice in one Day Seattle a Charles l. Brewer 30, a Jacksonville fla., truck Driver told police that the was beaten and robbed of $480 by three Young men an while he was walking to a Hospi Tal three More youths beat an robbed him. Officers said Brewer told them that two blocks from the Hospital three boys one said we saw you get taken Down there but we know you be got a few Bucks then Brewer said they gave him a second beating and took his remaining 80 victim told police that As he Lay on the sidewalk one of the Trio turned to him. Pointed away and said the Hospital that Kex Tew governor Dies Nashville Tenn. Up former Tennessee gov. James Nance me Cord died at local Hospital. He was 89. A Hospital spokesman said Mccord had been in failing health for a Long time. To make it possible to pour Foo directly into the stomach by a Troy gained some weight after the tube s installation he was t keen on being fed that Way. He d cry and fuss so much that doctors found it difficult to provide him with the sustenance needed for an infant. Last july 13, he reentered the Hospital. He was then Down to nine pounds just four pounds Over his weight shortly after installed a new feeding device called a Holte pump to bring his weight up. The pump Force feeds a concentrated meat based formula me first child to use the recently purchased pump Troy began to thrive his weight and growth curve changed for the better. He began to gain four ounces a now weighs slightly Over 17 pounds 10 ounces and look Fine but will Likely remain in Bethesda Hospital until Decem Ber. It is expected that surgeons then will perform an operation to improvise an oesophagus for him by using a portion of his co Lon. Chicago a mayor Richard j. Daley named a com Mittee wednesday to investigate events surrounding the demo cratic National convention and he requested one hour of prime television time from the three major networks to explain j what actually mayor Daley told a news i conference because of the consistent inaccuracies reported by All the news Media during the convention i have ordered a committee to make a full report on the incidents that occurred during the i have requested in letters to the three television networks one hour of prime Tinie to explain the City s position he said. The letters released to news men asked for air time on i i ther sept. 12 or sept. Is. In new York. Reuben Frank president of Abc news said the network could not accept Daley s statement that Abc presented a one sided portrayal of the controversial invited Daley to appear for a discussion of these events with a panel of distinguished reporters and editors oni a special one hour edition of meet the press Friday sept.13. Director wins fight to show Nudie films West Hollywood Calif a italian film director Matt cimber third husband of Chelate actress Jayne Mansfield has won a court Battle to show Nudi films in his West Hollywood bar. Municipal judge George Zucker watched six of the films in Beverly Hills court and Dis missed a Misdemeanour charge of exhibiting obscene films which depict women writing on a bed Are show continuously at cimber s puss n boots dismissing the charges the judge ruled a search of the bar and seizure of the films were Legal because there was prob Able although cimber was separated from miss Mansfield when shews killed in a car truck crash near new Orleans in june of1967, he never was divorced from her. They were married in Baj California in 1964, and he was the father of her youngest was her third husband and has since remarried

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