European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 29 1968, Page 5

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 29, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseThursday february 29, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 5 to Normal adulthood the hippie takes a trip Chicago a the teen Ager who lets his hair grow Long wears mod clothes and gets involved in occasional school mischief is Likely to develop into an adult of Normal behaviour a new York psychiatrist says. Strangely enough said or. James f. Mas Ter son it s the Goody Goody teen Ager i High school always impeccably dressed and obedient who turns out to have the difficulty in adulthood. It is from this group that comes the largest percentage of individuals who Lateran life commit crimes of violence he said at the Chicago medical society s clinical conference monday. Their Normal repressions and resentments against authority which other teens resolve by occasionally letting off steam remain locked within their psyche Masterson keep a tight emotional lid on their feel Ings that is Apt to explode with violent ferocity in later Masterson associate professor of clinical psychiatry at Cornell University medical school said some hippies Are emotionally Illand seriously so while others have turned to that Way of life Only temporarily in search for their own identity. In Short he said Many of these adolescents Are merely suffering from a Case of psycho logic growing pains " Fedt Kennedy asks lottery draftee kill ratio High a Washington a m. Kennedy saying a disproportionate percentage of draftees Are killed in Vietnam proposes a Complete overhaul of the selective service act including a draft lottery intended to insure maximum fairness. The Massachusetts Democrat proposed that 19-year-Olds be in ducted first and called for Revi Sions of the system of defer ments for students. His 7,000-word speech was pre pared for Senate delivery wednesday. In another Senate speech sen. Clifford p. Case r-n.j., also urged president Johnson to substitute lottery or random selection of draftees an to induct younger men first Kennedy introduced a Bill con Taining Many provisions rejected by Congress last year. They included random selection with the specific plan to be set up by the president. Deferments of up to fou years for students of colleges Junior and business colleges apprentice and vocational pro of the Stu horizontal1. Labels 5. Small fragment 9. Fold over12. Concept 13. Opera14. Lyric poem 15. Russia official 17. Force18. Habitual drunkards19. City in ecuador21. Famous surveyor24. Revolve 25. Unwrapped28. Power 30. Facial feature 31. Winter phenom enon32. Bird s sound33. International 35. Remedy36. Biblical kingdom37. Is gloomy 38. Street Urchin 40. Chief42. Priestly garment43. Play Wright 48. Perceive49. Ireland 50. Lake 51. Pronoun52. Beams 53. French novelist vertical1. Twitching1 2. Fuss 8. Precious jewel 4. An Delilah 5. Throw6. Sibilant sound1 lupino8. Inlaid woodwork9. Prize 10. Min Entrance 11. Mexi Ancoin answer to yesterday s Puzzle. Queja Quiej in ii remit Eind or de Nigie in id in in i let average time of solution 24 Man Ute 16. Electrified particle20. Vase 21. Form22. Samoan seaport23. Month 24. Wood Plant 26. Thin27. Decimal base28. Ripped 29. Garden tools 31. Defame34. Hebrew priest35. Tales for 37.-Farrow 38. Slash39. On the sheltered Side 40. Martin 41. De Singer 44.inlet 45. Gershwin 46. Transgress 47. Spread Hay 15 in 49 52, 44 40 41 19 50 45 4b a it Dent postponement provision Forat least a year whenever the monthly combat casualties for three consecutive months reach 10 per cent of the total number of men drafted each month. This would mean discontinuance Dur ing the Vietnam War assuming the casualty rates there continue at the current level. Uniform National standards for interpretation by the 4,084 draft boards of induction of geography should not determine who goes to War and who does not Kennedy said. Cites death ratio discontinuance of occupational deferments except for those specified by the presi Dent. Kennedy said that because the draft relies on compulsion we must be certain that its opera Tion diminishes individual free Dom and Choice As Little As but he said there Are other important reasons for insuring that the draft is As fair As pos sible including this one draftees comprise fewer than 2 of every 10 military men but account for 4 of 10 army combat deaths in Vietnam. And As the intensity of the War increases More and More draftees will wind up As War casualties he said. Case told the Senate he opposes the end of draft defer ments for most College graduate students. Drugs kill Rock Singer Frank Lymon new York up Frankie. Lymon 26-year-old Rock n Roll Singer who claimed Las year to have kicked the drug habit was found dead tuesday apparently from an overdose of narcotics. He was Home on leave fro the army. Lymon wrote a Magazine article last year on How he had overcome drug addiction. Police said his body was found in the upper Manhattan apartment of Friend. A hypodermic Needle was found nearby. The Singer Rose to Fame in the1950s and made such Best Selling recordings As Why do Footfall in in 1966 he was arrested for narcotics Possession but he subsequently joined the army. He was a private at Tgordon a. The Singer is survived by his wife Elmira in Georgia. His body was taken to the office tithe chief medical examiner for an autopsy. No Handicap Norma Claypool an unmarried teacher at school for handicapped children and her adopted daughter Patti Elaine 3, Are both sightless but Are not Blind to love for one an other. In an unusual step a court allowed the Pittsburgh Wom an to adopt the child she met at the school where she taught. A arms instruction a hit in Dearborn Mich. A a firearms instruction program for women in the almost All White Detroit suburb of Dearborn is so popular officials say that there s a waiting list of 300-400 by the City s recreation department the so called firearm safety program was started last january at least partly in reaction to last july s Detroit riot which claimed the lives of 43 per sons. Robert Keith Archer director of recreation in Dearborn says the program was not started solely As a result of the riot but that it had much to do with was a demand by peo ple in the Community he said. I suppose there was some anxiety Over the riots but women called even before then and wanted to learn How to handle Wea Pons their husbands had in copter crash a fils 4 Mitterwald Germany a four West German soldiers were killed Here wednesday in the crash of a West German army helicopter. The Pilot was seriously injured. Wee pals Back in the wild West Days when an Indian Anda Cowboy became friends. They would Cut their arms and place them together. From that moment on they would be blood Brothers let s just shake hands and become

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