European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jun 22 1968, Page 1

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 22, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseMy restricts civilian gun Aid in ton a thettia reply Cut Back its sup civilian marksmanship.5 Friday and imposed a curbs on Sale or give guns and ammunition to pistol was announced by Secretary of the army Stanley. Resor who said he had approved a revised program Lim iting support of civilian Marks under Law the army is responsible for conducting such a new move coming amid Strong Public pressure for gun controls in the Wake of the assassination of sen. Robert , includes a cutoff of All support to pistol clubs an end of ammunition sales to individuals and tight restrictions on sales of excess rifles. The announcement making no mention of the Kennedy assassination said the actions re sult from studies and recommendations by the National Board for the promotion of Rifle practice a military civilian cont. On Page 2l h col. 1 be die students it in Rio de Janeiro up led brazilian students old in the streets of Rio Sineiro Friday attacked stoned the american Issy and fought police in a Battles. Least three persons include policeman were killed an injured. Scores were id. B of some 2,000 students away from a Demontra front of the education a marched on the n embassy and show with rocks and stones. Ine guards and Security in the embassy slammed \ shut and Drew their guns e police opened fire on the a and at least one girl Stu Dent was wounded. Twenty five students involved in the embassy attack were arrested. Imp least a dozen Large plate w windows in the embassy off shattered. The embassy auditorium where free educational movies Are shown was hardest hit. Students shouted anti-., As Well As Cuba and Down with dicta did not immediately Able to Cope with the student rioters. Business Down to. Named As Selling " i l acc 2/t, col / Rusk finds Glimmer of peace talk gain Washington a Secretary of state Dean Rusk reported Friday he saw slight evidence of Progress in the Effort to negotiate a Vietnam peace but said it is too Early to talk yet in terms of Success or at a news conference Rusk said he would go along with Secretary of defense Clark m. Clif Ford s assessment of the vietnamese talks in said thursday there were bits and straws indicating some movement in the talks which opened May 10. Rusk added however that i think it would be a mistake Togo beyond straws in the wind we have riot yet 1 think taken giant strides or scored any major breakthrough since president Johnson ordered a partial halt to the . Bombing of North Vietnam in a major move to bring the War to close Rusk said. The Secretary of state hold Gont. On pay Cologne Germany up German middleweight Champion Jupp Elze was doped for the 15-round battering by european Champion Carlos Duran june 12which Cost him his life the Cologne Institute of Legal medi Cine announced Friday. Cologne prosecutor Paul Klein opened u preliminary investigation immediately after the Institute director prof. disclosed the results of analysis of ele s said the urine specimen taken from Kle when Hows rushed unconscious to a hos Pital after collapsing at tip endow the 15-round fight contained a c on. On t Ait. Vol

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