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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 11, 1967, Tokyo, JapanGermans reject Kennedy Appeal to Cut Book compiled from a and up Frankfurt West Germany the Magazine Der Stern re fused a last minute request by the Kennedy family to delete portions of its serialization of the death of a president and Mon Day began Selling copies contain ing the first part of the uncut copyright serialization of the controversial Book. Most of the passages which Drew objections from the family of the late president John f. Ken Nedy will not begin appearing until the second in the series next week. About 2 million copies of the Magazine were on Sale. The Book was written by Ameri can author William Manchester. A statement from Der Stern said sen. Robert f. Kennedy . Asked it to make the same Cut the american Magazine look had agreed to. It quoted a Telegram from Kennedy As saying i Appeal to you on my own be half and on the behalf of f. Kennedy to take Allne Pessary action to conform de Stern publication of Manchester instalments to final look text. I assure you there is no mater Ial of historical significance in deleted passages which relate Only to personal matters which would cause distress to mrs. Kenned Yand the entire Kennedy describing Kennedy s Appeal a coming in the last minute Dei Stern said its e d i t o a in chief Henri Nannen had wired his re Grets to the senator for no being Able to make the requested it quoted Nannen s Telegram if i were of the opinion that Manchester s description would Hurt the feelings of mrs. Kennedyjr her children then Der Stern would not print this report. Moreover i beg you to under stand that the German readers who have experienced a censored press for 12 years Are very Sensi Tive about encroachment upon the Independence of an the German Magazine Pur chased the serialization rights from look. Look and mrs. Kennedy reached an agreement on the deletions after she brought a court action against the Magazine. Look s ver Sion of the Book also comes out tuesday. Speck judge won t disqualify himself Chicago up circuit court judge Herbert monday refused to disqualify himself As the judge who will try Richard speck on charges of murdering eight student rejected a defense motion that he quit the Case on grounds of prejudice after asst. State s atty. Wil Liam Martin protested that the motion was indulgence i fantasy and Alice in bracing display of wafer Power firemen use a pole to Brace themselves from the High pressure streams As the front of the Wil Liam Berry and sons contracting co. Building in Danvers mass., starts to collapse. No injuries were reported. Up radio photo lbs May visit 3 s. America nations Washington up presi Dent Johnson May visit Argen Tina Brazil and Chile after at tending the Summit meeting of hemisphere presidents in mid april diplomatic sources Dis closed sources said Side trips to the countries were being consid ered by the president s closest advisers. Johnson was said to be Reagan Hung a effigy Fresno Cal. A Reagan was hanged in effigy monday on the Fresno stat College Campus. About 100 persons most Yyoung men crowded the construction site of a new administration building and left the effigy dangling by its neck. Fresno state Dean of students w. D. Al Bright said he assumed the Youngmen were students. The cloth and paper stuffed effigy which bore a sign identify ing it As the governor Dangle for about 30 minutes before being removed by Campus police. Al Bright said no disciplinary action would be taken because he identify the students. Judging from remarks fro the crowd the effigy hanging was prompted by reports that Reagan wants to charge tuition at state schools and Cut the higher Educa Tion budget. Reagan spokesmen have denied the reports. In favor of extending his sout America trip As a result of the warm reception he was accorded in Mexico City last april. If the Summit is held at Pun Tadel Este Uruguay which now appears to enjoy the most sup port the president would prob ably go directly there. Most observers Here believe the Summit meeting will last about three Days at the most. Russian Goose in . Sacramento Cal. A seven Pound Snow Goose has flown to Marysville in Yuba county Al the Way from Russia and it was a one Way trip. The Goose was shot by 13-year-old Richard via Man of Sacramento. Richard and his father Walter found a Metal tag on the Goose showing it was from the soviet Union. Draff system Short of Cash Washington a these elective service system is running Short of Cash and has been forced to Cut Back its operations temporarily. However National director general Lewis Hershey said in an interview monday that it still should be Able to meet draft needs of the next few months. Hershey said the last Congress did not appropriate enough Money to cover expenses of feeding and transporting men in connection with their pre induction physicals. He said selective service will have to seek an emergency appropriation from the new con Gress. A Hershey aide said about $7million will be needed to carry the service to the end of the cur rent fiscal year. Speck s trial is due to begin i Peoria 111., feb. 6, although de sense attorney Gerald Getty has been reported considering de manding that it be moved to an other City. Getty previously obtained a change of venue fro Chicago to Peoria on grounds that pre trial publicity in chicag Omade a fair trial impossible. Getty said monday the defens had an automatic right to de Mand Paschen a removal As dudgeon grounds of prejudice. When your Honor changed the place of trial to Peoria county there was a loss of. Jurisdiction for Cook county Getty said. Paschen rejected the argument but said Getty could if he wished cite instances of alleged prejudice in open court. Getty declined the invitation and Paschen the set a Jan. 23 Date for pre trial motions. If Getty is to ask for another change of venue citing pre trial publicity in Peoria the requests expected to come then. Getty had maintained that sensational news coverage of the Slaughter of the eight nurses inflamed the minds of prospective jurors in Chicago. Speck a 24-year-old drifter an Seaman from Dallas was in court judge Herbert c. Paschen for monday s arguments. He showed no emotion during the hearing. Speck is accused of slipping into the nurses apartment last july 14, binding the Young women an then killing them one by one. New toy ammo proves a Corker Sterling Colo. Up Danny Slattery 9, took aim an squeezed the trigger of his toy Cork gun. It did t pop. It exploded. Officials said the boy used the wrong ammunition. He substituted a .45 Cal. Revolver Shell for a Cork. He suffered a slight Finger injury. Court Battle looms Teaffe Gardener in Money Tiff Lindon a beatles drum Mer Ringo Starr and a Youthful landscape Gardener squared of sunday for what could Lead to a court there Are no hard feelings on either Gregory 25, is suing for 5,500 pounds $15,400 Over gardening Bill. He claims that is the balance of a total Bill of 8,000pounds $22,400 for work he did. Ringo contends the amount i excessive and told a reporter if or. Gregory wants to fight me in court let him go ahead. I called him to improve my Garden and he did a Good Job said the 26-year-old beatle. Iwas pleased with his work but not with his Ringo said he was prepare to be reasonable and if or. Gregory wants to Settle out of court it is up to Gregory said i have nothing against him myself but i am nearly broke. He can t have an idea of what labor and materials Cost these landscaping was done last summer at Ringo s 37,000 Pound $103,600 Home sunny Heights in Weybridge an exclusive Tow South of London. Of Sempf to kill wife of Slayer Hayward Cal. A a shot gun assailant fired a blast at mrs. Max Ward and narrowly missed her in Hayward sunday night police . Ward is the wife of the Man who was convicted of shoot ing painters Union Leader Dow Wilson. Police said the gun was aimed through a dining room win Dow. Mrs. Ward was Cut by flying Glass and badly shaken by her narrow inspectors from the san Francisco police department whisked her away to a secret hid ing . Ward had been under a policewoman s guard since receiving 1a Telephone death threat three weeks ago. But the policewoman was in another room with Mem Bers of mrs. Ward s family. The would be Assassin escaped. Two men were convicted of the Wilson slaying Ward and nor Man said the blast missed by inches because mrs. War turned to walk to the sink. She was Cut on the left hand. $150,000 Blaze Oakland Cal. A dam age is estimated at $150,000 in a fire that destroyed the Californi motor express terminal in West Oakland. Firemen had to us acetylene cutters to get through the corrugated Iron building tonight the Blaze. Pacific stars & stripes 3 wednesday Jan. 11, 1%7

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