European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jun 3 1968, Page 1

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - June 3, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseDown a i am a Silver in an s air Jacob Sisters will be among the Many top performers jumping at an s 25th-anniversary gala. A irl w5m by John Krigeger staff writer Frankfurt is the american forces net work Europe starts ticking off its Silver year of radio on june 9 with countdown 25� a series of 25 pro Grams each 55 minutes Long taking listeners on a nostalgic recorded stroll through Han s Quarter Century of broadcasting. The Climax will come july4 the Yankee Doodle net work s official 25th birth Day. On that evening the program highlight will be a7 05 to 8 . Gala show taped the previous evening from two hours of entertain ment at Century Hall in sub Urban Hoechst. A Cross Gont. On Page it col. 2 weather partly Cloudy to mostly Cloudy with occasional showers. Continued Mortl i Cloudy tuesday. Frankfurt Heidelberg i High 68, Low 50. Temperatures recorded get 4 4 a"1 pm61 75 Madrid p 50 63 Munich r 54 70 Paris p 52 61 Prestwick p 63 72 Rome r 70 79 wheel a p 441 am pm i 66 91 Adana p 72 77 Athens p 54 66 Aviano p 53 73 Berlin p 64 59 Frankfurt r 57 70 London r a partly Cloudy a rain thesta manc unofficial newspaper of . Forces in Europe North Africa and the Middle East vol. 27, no. 47 if 21855 a 5 by John Krueger bpm staff writer cede erg West s or Kurt Georg is v x paid tribute to univer a ma7lanu graduates Here be same time older generation org it that the re what g0es on in to lie on our Ier praises Maryland grads defer that a year Riddl a in his _ the Studen Tun sweeping the Europe therian Ceylor declared that the older generation can meet it with complacency but must find out where it Wen wrong and where it has however he stressed it is unto us to convince the younger generation of the truth of democracy so that when they take Over they Are ready and capable to defend this precious heritage from inside As Well As from i conclude he said wit the wish that Young people of both sides of the Ocean be United in this common determination As Kiesinger spoke at the Patrick Henry Village officers club to some 1,000 graduates and guests demonstrating Ger Man students reportedly were occupying the University of Hei Delberg s Neue Aula auditorium where the Maryland commence ment had been held the past 16 years,. Military police and Ger Man police enforced strict Security precautions around the american housing the guests were the new american ambassador Tohonn Henry Cabot Lodge and the supreme Allied commander Europe Gen Lyman l. Lem Nitzer last year s commence ment speaker. Kiesinger called his meeting with Lodge at such an academic function a Good Omen relations. He admitted that he has Bee unable to fully understand the reasons for the student turmoil and whether it is a passing movement or one that will continue. Kiesinger conceded however that the unrest is wider and cont. On Paye 33, col. 5j unions Haggle with gaullist for pay hikes Paris up French Trad Union leaders thrashed out hard Cash terms sunday for halting strikes which brought the nation to the Brink of unions haggled with Gaul list government officials i scores of meetings across the country for pay hikes longer vacations and increased fringe leaders worked on party platforms for the june 23general election another conces Sion strikers forced on preside Tcharles de Gaulle. But most frenchmen just relaxed in the Sunshine and awaited word from the unions. A sort of Battle fatigue set in. The first breakthrough on the strike front was a settlement with civil service unions. The demanded and got a Basic 13.77 per cent salary increase fro their government employers. Settlements were still awaited in the vital automobile steel building Railroad and teaching sectors. But the political Edge was off the in some sectors May end simply by government recognition of the legitimacy of Union demands

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