European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jun 20 1968, Page 1

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 20, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseStilli la Lull. A Lull Fly we legs my exit this is not merely one worker with a spectacular Eck but two men one apparently looking for a Way in and us other for a Way out of the observation Bubble on the bowl the Navy research ship Melville. The ship is Der con action at Bay City Mich. A Lioto Albany . A sen. Eugene j. Mccarthy maintained an astounding margin Over Kennedy and Humphrey forces wednes Day although late returns from tuesday s primary changed the figures slightly in the Battle for new York state s democratic presiden tial delegates. In overpowering the other troops Mccarthy evidently gave Cattail strength for Paulo Dwyer s seizure of the party s . Senate harvested at least 51 of the 123 convention Dele Gates in partial returns slowed by hand counting of paper bal cont. On Page 21t, col. 1 unofficial a a spa a of . Fore., in Europe North Africo and the Middle most vol.27, no. 64 if 21855 a thursday june 20, 1968 5 daily 10 sunday d Jake kills 41 in Amazon Basin Jan a and up dispatches country Washington under a sky known Ping dark with the threat of,._l thousands of americans a plied from the grounds of la a Washngton Monument to the i Coln memorial wednesday to demand a greater government Effort to abolish half mile March along the ref actins Pool took the Demon a traitors within Yards of the ply Wood and Canvas shelters of resurrection City Home of most of the poor people s campaigner who arrived in the . Capital six offi is but disorganized the March never officially started. People just began to move from the tall 1 0 the Lincoln memorial. One Large group was de by Walter Reuther head Ofuyu United Auto workers. In Rev. Ralph David Aber Nathy who stood next to the Rev. Martin Luther King five years a Ashen he moved a nation withe peroration i have a dream Tola these attending wednesday s of Fly that the poverty marchers Winot be going Home until they receive assurances that met. Young Urban league sharing the platform abcs Malhy and Corett athe slain Leader s widow in Withers this May be a l s last Chance to fulfil dream without is the richest the world had eve Young said in his prepared address. But the spirits of children Are crushed in the school systems of new York the starve in the Mississippi Delta they Are bitten by rats in the ghettos of this the nations capital and they waste away inthe grape Fields of California. This May be the last Marc which is nonviolent and which brings Blacks and White together Young said. The poor want a piece of be fought for it worked cont on Page Jyh col. T Lima Peru up a major earthquake occurred Earl wednesday in the sparsely settled Amazon Basin Region of Northern Peru. At least 41 persons were reported killed and More than 100 injured. Several Hundred persons were left homeless. Official reports from Iquitos said the major Shock and subsequent shocks killed 30 in Chacha Poyas capital of Amazonas prov Ince. Another 11 persons were re ported killed and 100 injured into Kabamba capital of san mar tin province. Chach Poyas has a popular Sorof 20,000 and is about 75 Miles Southwest of Moyo Bamba a Cit of 15,000 inhabitants. Moyo Bamba was reported to have suffered enormous seismologists at Huancayo located the epicentre of the Earth Shock 450 Miles North of Simiand 40 Miles North of Moyo Bam a. The quake occurred at 4 15 . And was fell As far Wayas Piura Aboul 250 Miles North West of Moyo Bamba but no dam age was reported there. In Washington the National earthquake Center reported the quake of major proportions measuring seven on the open end Richter scale Ipi Iii session postponed Washington a the Senate judiciary committee has postponed until thursday its meeting to consider a John son administration Bill that would ban mail order sales of rifles and shotguns. See other stories Page 4. The postponement reportedly was ordered because the session conflicted with a meeting of the Republican platform commit tee. Invasion i privacy libel Lillian Reis awarded $1.8 million Philadelphia a Lilian Reis the former nightclub owner and dancer involved into headline burglary trials in the Early 1960s, was awarded$1,825,000 tuesday night in a libel suit against the saturday evening Post Magazine. A jury of seven men and five women after deliberating six hours awarded the Money to miss Reis 38, and her two teen age daughters. She had claimed invasion of privacy and libel from Publica Tion of a Post Magazine Alicle they Call me Tiger lil published in 1963.miss reis1 lawyer Robert Sim one told the jury that the Arti Cle had caused miss Reis and her daughters mental anguish did had pictured the dancer As the personification of miss Reis was seeking $2 Mil Ery of a Coal company executive in Pottsville pa., John b breakdown of the award was $925,000 to the former showgirl $600,000 to one Daugh Ter and $300,000 to the other. Miss Reis is appealing a conviction involving the 1959 Rob. ,. Miss Reis was convicted of burglary along with several oth accused miss Reis of masterminding the scheme too Rich. Police estimated the weather partly Cloudy with occasional showers. Cooler Friday. Frankfurt Heidl Bercy i Fth 74 Low 50. Temperatures recorded wednes get 4 4 am pin64 82 Adana p 66 Athens 57 73 Aviano cd 64 82 Berlin p 57 79 Frankfurt p 57 70 London p cd Cloudy a partly Cloudy. 4 4 am pm 54 77 Madrid p 59 81 Munich p 61 Paris 52 59 Prestwick p 61 72 Rome p 64 81 wit eels p 2nd weather win take As High As $478,000, busily $3,000 in Cash Worth of jewel Ryand $17,000 were taken. Miss Reis went through two Long trials before being convicted. Her first trial ended in 19 i when a jury was unable to agree on a several Legal entangle ments she went on trial a Sec Ond time in 1964 and was convicted. However her Appeal has freed her temporarily. Lillian it is

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