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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - September 12, 1969, Darmstadt, HessePage 2 the stars and stripes could t by James Gunter stuff writer marburg. Germany is the . 3rd in 12th Cav part of the defending Blue Force in a 05,000 Man German con trolled nato exercise bivouacked in a heavy Forest near Here thursday after an All night drive through Mist and fog Over treacherous Back country could t be prouder of these men said maj. Kenneth Geh in Squadron executive officer for the 3rd army div outfit which is stationed at Buedingen Germany. They were on Maxi mum Alert and got no sleep tues Day night. Wednesday morning i proud win n we made counterattacks an then Road marched to an area Northeast of just had time to feed the troops and then we left again and have been on the Road con stantly. We Haven t had a single Accident. The armoured battalion along with the . 2nd in 18th arty was attached to the German 2ndpanzer Grenadier div which has been defending the area betwee Kassel and Paderborn along the Weser River from the attacking red command Post has looked like the United nation sometimes said Gehlen. We also have the French 2nd in of the 65th arty giving us direct support and we keep Liaison with the German units alongside us. Gehlen said americans pointed to a map to show French Forward observers where they wanted correction on Page 10of thursday editions of the stars and stripes maj. Gen Ernst Ferber cd of the Ger Man 2nd Panzer Grenadier divas erroneously identified by a Usa eur he photographers maj. Gen. Hans Joachim von hopfgarten in a picture showing a bund Estehr officer talking to Gen. William , . Army chief of staff. Artillery fire and then the unit worked Well together despite the language Barrier grosser Roesse sprung t n e name of the Man Euver was spread Over parts of three Ger Man states like a giant chess game. German defense minister Gerhad Schroeder will end the exercise with a briefing at noon . F4 phantoms from the17th air Force and German air Craft roared overhead m Clos support missions. Until coming under the control of Forward of servers they were handled by a . Forward air control pos from bad Kreuz Nach under com Mand of capt. John Robbins. We Don t have to came since we actually Are not the War Robbins said to the German pilots in and most of them speak it we have had a lot of v including three generals to we captured about 50 ers mostly americans we. Ran into the red Force Day Gehler said. The mechanized battalion up an armoured cavalry stand it s just no match another 3rd army div Ion in the exercise the the 48th inf was part of a tacking red Force but was leased wednesday an to Gellhausen. Toronto wife is ransomed for $200,000 Toronto a Mary incl Les 29-year-old daughter of wealthy Toronto trucking executive has been identified As the victim of a $200,000 kidnapping. I will confirm that my wife was kidnapped sunday night said Henry Radcliff Nelles Toronto brokerage employee in a terse statement to reporter sat his father in Law s mansion wednesday morning. No questions meeting reporters at the front Gate Nelles said report ers could not question him or attempt to obtain further in formation from him because it might be detrimental to the police he gave a Brief description of the events that began with the kidnapping sunday nigh from his Home in Claremont 28 Miles Northeast of Toronto and ended with his wife s re covery tuesday afternoon in the Muskoka resort District. He said the kidnappers Cameto their Home and bound gagged and blindfolded him and his wife. They left him in the House but took his wife away. Followed orders Nelles said the $200,000 ran Soin was raised monday and that he followed the kidnappers instruction for delivery of the Money. He did not elaborate and would not answer questions from reporters. But he said that after he dropped the Money at an appointed spot he was Given instructions on How to find his wife. He picked her up two hours later. She had not been harmed he said. She confirmed to me that she had been Well taken care of lawyer named envoy Washington a presi Dent Nixon announced wednes Day he will nominate John , a 48-year-old new York City attorney to be ambassador to Austria. Develop plans for underprivileged churches Council May recognize negro Gro Indianapolis ind. A leaders of the National Council of churches considered thursday proposal to recognize the Black economic development Confer ence which is demanding $500 million from organized religion As an Agency seeking economic proposal would further Call for development of plan for churches to raise tens of millions of dollars to help the nation s underprivileged. It was drawn up after months of consultation by a 25-member committee for consideration bythe meeting of the policy Mak ing general Board of the Council which includes most major protestant and orthodox Deomina 25 m e m b e r Board includes leaders of these churches leftist protests Greet Westy in Switzerland Bern Switzerland a Gen. William Westmoreland . Army chief of staff arrived Blair thursday for a four Day visit to Switzerland As left win groups urged the people of this Neutral country to give him a Freak air crash kills italian pilots Massamba Italy up two italian air Force officers were killed wednesday in Freak air Accident. Authorities said a Jet fighter piloted by it. Mario Mazza 26, exploded while of a training mis Sion Over Southern Italy frag ments of his plane smashed int another Jet flying nearby killing it. Giovanni Gialo 25, the two planes crashed within100 Yards of each other near a cemetery. Newsman s credentials withdrawn by Israel Jerusalem a Israel withdrew official accreditation wednesday from Anthony Hatch a newsman of the Columbia broadcasting system accusing him of violating censorship rules and breaching military , a new yorker based in Israel for the past 18 months was accused of transmitting a dispatch on tuesday s Israel strike into Egypt without waiting for official clearance. Proper former com Mander of . Forces in Viet Nam will tour Swiss military Swiss peace Council and other Small left Wing groups have protested against the visit by an exponent of the United states War of intervention in son tags journal the weekly co published by Swiss playwright Friedrich Durrenmatt referred to him As the napalm general and recalled that a Public opinion poll two years ago showed Only one third of the Swiss support ing . Involvement in Vietnam. The Swiss communist party which has five seats in the 200 member Federal parliament is sued a statement denouncing Westmoreland s visit As Scanda Lous. Elbri Devill return to Washington soon Washington a Elbrick . Ambassador to Brazil will return to Washington soon a state department spokesman said thurs Day. Elbrick is expected to discus whether it would be prudent for him to remain in Brazil in Light of the incident last week in which he was abducted and Hel for three Days by terrorists. The spokesman he did no know the Date of Elbrick s re turn. Which have a total membership of More than 42 million. Their deliberations came after last week s episcopal Church convention which appropriated$200,000 for a Black clergy group expected to relay the fund to the bed. Episcopalians were the first religious body to agree to Deal with the organization although they rejected the ideology of its Crews strike stalls most French trains Paris a rail service ground to a halt throughout France Early thursday As train Crews went on a 24-hour strike in the first major labor trouble to face the Pompidou regime. The Crews fighting for higher wages and improved work ing conditions gave notice their24-hour strike could be renewed if no Quick solution was found. Their action followed the breakdown Early wednesday of talks that started last novem Ber. Army helps out emergency services with army trucks were provided in the suburban areas of Parisand other major cities but it was plane or car for most Long distance travellers and the shunting Yards for freight ship ments. The rail administration said it would attempt to run a few of the major Long distance trains but there was no Early indication which services would be maintained. The strike came As the Gaul list party was meeting at am Boise in the Loire Valley to study its plans for the Forth coming emergency session of parliament where Jacques Faa ban Delmas will Lay his govern ment on the line in a Confidence vote on devaluation an the economic measures that followed it. Threatening Black Manife offered Money Only ind through Black churchmen the proposal to the Intino binational gathering takes a similar tack it Calls for acknowledge of the bed As a new a. Among those agencies in Lack Community directed Ward the achievement of nomic Justice for the Deprit people of this organization Ori was led by new Yor James Forman who Ca disruptive forays int services and buildings. It i headed by a Brooklyn the Rev. Calvin Marshall says violence is not my protests taper of the demonstrations Hai Perez off. The proposal before Church Council Board would Ujj the 33 member denominate provide an immediate to finance regional confers Jafor Black clergymen to programs for Blac development. The proposal also Asko Ozment of plans for the cues to raise tens of Fri of dollars to be used. Foil and economic devel among disadvantaged the Board s decision subject to action by the my Council s triennial Gen e Rai Sembly nov. 30 to dec. I a troit. Ton of opium seized Tehran App Northern Iran wednesday i More than a ton of opia biggest haul since the of att Alty was introduced for involving More than w of the drug. . Shows $115 million 69 payments surplus London a Britain announced thursday that it has earned $115,2 million More Thanet spent abroad during the first half of i960. It was the first half year surplus since 1962. The balance of payments Fig ures released by the Treasury signalled the possible end of the country s chronic economic ail ments. The nation showed a $240 million surplus during the second compared with a deficit of $124.8 million during the first three leaders were de lighted by the figures which appear to put the nation into the Black thereby giving them a Hance to boast that their eco nomic recovery program is a last succeeding. The Treasury reported $216million Worth of debts to the Central Banks have been government has pledged to work for a foreign earnings surplus of at least $720 million by pledge was Given to the International monetary fund in Exchange for a $1 billion credit to support the Pound. If the recovery continues atthe rate displayed in the past three months that pledge prob ably will be redeemed. The Over All surplus of $240million for the second Quarter was calculated on the basis of constant prices. In official Jar gon it was seasonally weather temperatures l 83 albany61 Albuquerque 61 Amarillo 49 Atlanta 68 Atlantic City 49 Birmingham 40 Bismarck 64 Boise 67 Boston 4$ Buffalo 47 Casper 9 66 Chicago 70 46 Cincinnati 65 45 Cleveland b0 Denver 48 Des Moines 42 Detroit 42 Duluth 66 �1 pa�43 Fairbanks 42 fargo99 fort Worth 74 Honolulu to 72 houston7 s 40 Indianapolis 90 69 Jacksonville 79 56 Kansas City 108 73 Las vegas h 87 80 l70 49 u i 75 Meemu 91 79mim 1 67 73 80 69nj 73 78 491 76 78 71 63. 107 80 pm 68 48t 68 54 i 90 6479 48 i 87 75 St 89 70 w�g4 58s.n 67 65 t 81 49 84 66 89 Watts l 92 5m74

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