European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jun 2 1968, Page 1

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 2, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseLight angered by John Reese staff writer i Firnberg Germany is to bist efforts of the military trained clerks an shoplifters Are still the european Exchange sys during the first four months of this year 180 persons have been apprehended a shoplifters in retail outlets. Merchan Dise valued at $953 was recovered i those cases. But retailers have a Rule of thumb that fewer than five out of 100 shop lifters get caught which indicates yes losses to Light fingered shoppers Are ers costly to yes costing about $27,000 each year. In yes outlets dependent children Are the most frequent offenders the spokesman said. At least they Are the most frequently caught for 108 of the 180 total caught were children and 68 per cent of these were Between 10 and15 years old. Fifty four servicemen were apprehended seven civilian government employees and 18 dependent wives. Items that seem to be most attractive to shoplifters Are clothing suits shirts gloves socks underwear. Next come Small items such Scandy gum peanuts school supplies cont. On Page 2, col. U unofficial newspaper of . Forces in Europe North Africa and the Middle East weather partly Cloudy with isolated Thunder showers. Cooler monday. Frankfurt Heidel Berg High 62, Low 48. Temperatures re corded saturday get 44 44 am pm 66 38 Annn p 64 75 Athens p 55 61 Avian p 51 70 Berlin p 46 59 Frankfurt r 48 73 London p am pm 55 79 Madrid p 49 52 Munich p 48 73 Paris p 48 61 Prestwick p 61 68 Rome p 66 73 wheelus p a party Cloudy a rain. Vol.27, no. 46 if 21855 a daily 10 sunday sunday june 2, 1968e Gaulle control parisians head for Countryside Paris up president Charles de Gaulle held France under Iron grip control saturday and blamed communists and left Wing opportunists for unleashing the Little revolution against his regime. The fight appeared to have gone out of militant Union and political leaders who two Days ago were claiming that de Gaulle was pushing the country toward civil War. Students in the latin Quarter How _ it Helen Keller Dies to wave As London sheltered in a Welcome Whitsun got a Little out of line during a trooping the near Sal in London. Queen Elizabeth will review them and Salute at her official birthday ceremony june 8. A Ever continued their resist Ance with a massive new pro test March. But on the whole there was an air of Relief throughout the City. Girls in bikinis decorated the Seine River Banks under a hot june Sun. City residents weary of two weeks of upheaval an with fresh gasoline in their Auto Mobile tanks headed for the Countryside by car for a three Day Whitsun Holiday. The nation began to return to a semblance of normalcy. Banned student Leader Danielsohn Bendit suddenly rejoined nearly 20,000 students marching from the old Montparnasse rail Way station on the left Bank be cont. On Page Jyh col. V w e s t p o r to Conn. A Helen Keller who overcame blindness and deafness to become one of the world s great women died saturday at her Home. She would have been 88 years old june 27. Miss Keller s life was Immo Riali cd in the play the Miracle worker which told the Story of the Brave woman Blind and deaf since the age of 19 months and her teacher Anne Sullivan Macy. drive deep into Saigon Saigon up Viet Cong commandos drove deep int Saigon saturday night forcing american and South vietnamese defenders to destroy whole Cit blocks in a scorched Earth War against communist bands pushed to with in three Miles of the presidential Palace in House to House window to window fighting through Nar Row alleyways of the teeming Cholon District in Western Saigon. It was the deepest penetration of Saigon since the third wave Oviet Cong assaults began May 25. Snipers abandoned buildings which were set aflame and razed by american and South Vietnam cont. On Aafje col. If is Hurt As plane flies Low Oom Breaks of Academy windows Cubiat Academy i Lei 11 persons g Klass i -. � i Viv a cd the sound Barrier a i about 300 win u Force Academy. Casualty serious it r inure hospitalize to i col. John e. Penne commanding the third Cadet group. He had a deep Cut on the looked like it was coming straight for us said Artu Ssmith athletic equipment Man Ager who was watching from second floor office in the Cadet Don t know How he missed Vandenberg Hall. He came Over the top and dipped Down in the Valley. I yelled for a Secretary to Duck and i kicked the office door i looked up he had pulled straight up and Glass was flying like hell Smith said. Chaplain Roy Terry was watching from the Cadet dining Hall. All of a sudden the win Dows just blew in. I Don t know How i was missed. The Glass flew All around me. The Over hang just lifted up and then plopped Back Down he sonic Boom shattered win Dows in two dormitories the Ca det gymnasium and Cadet Din ing Hall. The Academy had Engi neers surveying the damage. The flight of four f105s from Mcconnell air Force base cont. On Page it col. 1 Hanoi changes its wording Paris a american delegation members studied with interest saturday what might amount to a significant shift in emphasis in North Vietnam s de mands on the United states As a Price for moving the stalled peace talks into a More fruitful phase. The change in wording was vague and informed sources Here cautioned against placing Loo much Hope in it. But it was noted that the shift came As ambassador Cyrus Vance was on his Way Back Here from talks with president Johnson and Alop level member of North Viet Nam s ruling politburo was Enro Ute from Hanoi to Paris. The change appeared to hint thai if the United states would pledge itself to end the bombing and acts of War it might not be cont. On Paytt ? col. 5

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