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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Darmstadt, HesseAn ethiopian hello while this Young ethiopian newsboy Hawks the latest new sprinted in the ancient Amharic language the stars & stripes offers an exciting glimpse in English of the land of Sheba and Solomon in today s sunday Magazine. Is Regis Bossu May be after election bugging trial Date Uncertain Myrtle Beach . Up attorney general Rich Ard l. Kleindienst indicate Friday that trial of the criminal As Well As the civil charges inthe watergate bugging Case might not be held until after the november election. But Kleindienst said the final decision on holding the criminal trial will be made in the Mai upon circumstances Over which the Justice department has Kleindienst also told a new conference that democratic party charges that the investigation of the watergate incident was a cover up and a White Wash Are politically motivated statements and not unconformity with the related Story on Page 2. . District judge Charlesr. Richey in Washington thurs Day ordered three civil suit stemming from the june 17 bugging of democratic National Headquarters delayed until seven men indicted in the Case including two Farmer White House aides Are prosecuted of separate criminal charges. Whether or not those per a o n s accused of criminal charges will be tried before drafter the election is a matter that does not rest solely wit the Justice department Klein Dienst said after an address Toa meeting of . Attorneys and Justice department officials at this Beach resort. My observation is that mos people charged with a crime Don t just run Down to the courthouse and ask to be tried he said. It will depend on the trial judge s Calendar and other the attorney general said he saw no political consequences for the Nixon administration if the trial is held be fore november. He said the investigation of the incident was conducted As thoroughly As possible. The stars and stripes authorized unofficial publication for the . Armed forces vol. 31, no. 159 sunday september 24, 1972 d 10 Dally and sunday if 21855 a Uganda claims Tanzania clash neighbor denies fighting by United press International ugandan forces smashed across the Border into Tanzania saturday and battled a combined Force of tanzanian troops and ugandan exile guerrillas in very hot fighting a ugandan military spokesman said. Afri can leaders pressed diplomatic attempts to head off open War Between the two nations. Tanzania denied there was fighting within its frontiers. A tanzanian government spokes Man said the military com Mand in the alleged Battle area just across the Border from Mutu Kula Southwest Uganda reported everything is Uganda meanwhile said twas Likely that a guerrilla Leader thought to be a former Uganda army lieutenant colonel had been killed in the fighting which also wounded a former minister in the govern ment of deposed president or. Milton stepped up flights to Britain carrying asians expelled by ugandan president Idi Amin. Diplomatic sources i London said the British govern ment had the Royal air Force Raf standing by to Fly out 7,000 britons in Case of Emer gency. The foreign office said it had no such plans at present. There has been very hot fighting Between the ugandan army and tanzanian troops an guerrillas a ugandan military spokesman said on Uganda radio announcing the Border blamed the fighting on president Julius Nyerere of Tanzania. It would be a Good front. On Page 28, col. 2 end of another summer late afternoon Sunshine silhouettes a woman wading in the Surat Ocean Beach Park in new London conn., on Friday the last Day of summer. Associated press photo Philippines under martial Law Manila up president Ferdinand e. Marcos declared martial Law throughout the Philippines saturday announced the mass arrest of communist conspirators he said were plotting to overthrow the government and proclaimed sweeping National a nationwide radio and television address to 39 million filipinos Marcos announced a curfew from 12 Midnight to 4 . Daily controls on local newspapers and radio stations and foreign correspondents. Heals imposed a ban on travel of filipinos abroad except those on official missions and control of Public announcement earlier said the action was taken because communist and maoist guerrillas control Remote areas of the Philippines. The president in his address said civil authorities will remain in Power Andall National and local govern ment officials will continue to function. Marcos declaration came six hours after gunmen attempted to assassinate defense Secretary Juan Ponce Enrile officials the u.n., philippine for eign minister Carlos p. Romul disclosed a previously secret government report of the activities of the communist party of the Philippines and the maoist National people s said bombings and abductions had become frequent in Manila. According to the report the two groups had adopted an action plan for the current year under which the party would boost its membership to at least10,000 and both factions would cont. On Page 28, col. 3
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