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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 6, 1970, Darmstadt, Hesse Sunday, September 6, 1970 THE STARS AND STRIPES Page 3ASSAULT SILHOUETTES — SouthVietnamese marines look like a page out of World War 11 as they are sil-houetted against the dawn while wad- ing ashore through surf of the SouthChina Sea. Three battalions took part in the amphibious Assault in PhuocTuy province. —AP Photo7- :V3FASHION LN COPENHAGEN — A gold evening gown, createdby Danish designer Margit Brandt and shown in Copenhagen,looks traditional from the front. Bat tradition is gone when themodel turns and walks away from the viewer. —AP PhotosMOD WAY—Pop singer Jimi Hendrix snubs theclassic gimmick of celebrities posing withpretty young things as he deplanes at Hamburg.AS photographers approached, he grabbed an-other debarking passenger of matronly age topose with him. He was on his way to the "Loveand Peace'' pop festival on the Baltic island ofFehmarn. (See photo at lower left.) —APEARLY BIRRRRRRRRDS — Those guys whostand in line all night to get World Seriestickets have nothing on these horde* ol popfans who use togetherness to beat the coldwhile awaiting the opening of the FehmarnIsland rock festival. — AP PhotoYOGA POSE — Suzanne Ilulin, 23, of Portland, Ore., an air-line ground hostess who is married to an Englishman, retailvia yoga at Windsor, England. —AP Phot*
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