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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 27, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseJune 27, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 5 a h hippies turn to Blue j York a a group tries invaded a television Plue Day night took Over interview program and cd obscenities Neverton to before police said. Tan minute on camera in spurred Over Wundt the educational to station. Be arriving after the last Calls from station person arrested seven of the in fas six men and a woman. Hers scattered. The numbs estimated at Between 20 ins the takeover stations said the hippie group fed Down a station guard he shirt of an associate director and shouted creamed and cursed Over the airwaves. Former astronaut John Glenn an interview guest earlier who was still at the studio smilingly id later and they say there s violence on commercial Lee Hayes the producer of he new front show then on he air said that despite a Delto Star popular 5rade up riot fear Belgrade hoteliers have. Away american movie Levision Star Roy Thinnes. Fines the Star of a Telef series the Long hoi Ber won the Devotion of Lay women when the show Ted Here last Winter. April a false report tharbs was staying at a Biel hotel brought put 1,000jring female admirers who Many hotel windows. In he arrived Here this no hotel would give is a room. He moved into vate apartment at an in feed address with no Tele Uge of phone Calls from startled viewers i decided to allow the camera to continue to run eve though they had taken Over the entire program and were run Ning it. I was afraid that if i Cut them off the air they might do physical harm to my staff. Knew a Call had been put in for the police and i decided to wait 25-1 in some cases gun mall turns against controls until they guests on the panel show were three representatives of the underground press Small newspapers which Caterin Large part to the hippie crowd. The Trio was being inter viewed by a new York times reporter Steven v. Roberts when the hippies burst in five minutes into the interview. They brought along a motion picture camera and a still Cam Era and a tape recorder which when turned on emitted garbled sounds. The hippies complained that the metropolitan press had not adequately treated the Story of the april May student uprisings at Columbia University an elsewhere. Interview guest Jeff Shero frat an underground Publica Tion commented they jus wanted to be part of the discus Sion. Some of them Are connected with underground newspapers. It would have been a bet Ter program if they had been in the station filed complaints of criminal trespass against the seven arrested and police said they plan to have a taping of the sequence As evidence. Washington a con Gress is being flooded with mail running heavily against propos als for stronger gun control Laws a Sharp reversal of the trend immediately after the assassination of sen. Robert . An associated press Survey of90 congressmen whose mail was heavily in favor of stricter controls just after the assassination shows that most writers now oppose the idea. The congressmen said they Are receiving tens of thousands of letters running up to 25 to 1against stricter controls. Congressmen from the North East and isolated areas else where said their mail still favors stronger controls although by a lower margin than , too feel that something must be done a Man in Charlottesville va., wrote to b. Spong d-va., but passing additional Laws which Only serve to disarm those who obey the Law is not the and their aides said much of the mail against stronger controls is prompted by National Rifle association opposition but that Many of the writers disclaim any ties wit that body. The letters Range from View that stricter controls Are not the answer to crime in America to fears of too much government control. Iorizontal1. Mode 4. Gardens16. Memento 2, head covering of aorta13. Case 14. Work for artists 15. Commotion16. Limited 118, composer180, we re Agio it121. Labia j24. Rent198. Not unsure 132. Goad133, eggs 34. Growing"8. Lord Jeffrey for one 137, allows139. Earlier 141. Handle143. Book 144. Not agin 46. Legally prevent150, City sight 165. Before 56. Work of music 57. Entrance58. Oriental coin59. Interest 60. Has -01. Weat a distance2. The Swan 3. Asian Bea 4. Fall Etc. 6. Weapon7. Perches 8. Backbones9. Bon 10. Employ11. Berth for one17. Be ill 22. Sewer g answer to yesterday s Puzzle. Time to i average time of solution 23 minutes 23. Avow25. Samoan port26. Intoned 27. Shore bird28. Blockhead 29. And anon 30. Kismet31. Collar 35. Holds i affection Obs 38. Least uncertain40. Letter 42. Young one45. A militate anew47. Respond sibility48. Molding 49. Brand portion 50. Male swan51. Imitate 52. Frolic companion 53. Tier54. Charged particle a6 v so 44 22. 24 40 55 set no rebel air cover for Wallace Harlingen Tex. A informer Alabama gov. George Wallace marches into washing ton As president he must do it without the Aid of the Confederate air Force a Caf spokesman said . Eddie May said he had been told that Wallace has Bee passing out honorary colonel cies in the , the group s information officer said Wallace is not Acaf member and anyway no member is authorized to use surname or Symbol in political or business he said Wallace had been asked not to use the copyrighted Confederate air Force May continued is a patriotic organization dedicated to the preservation of world War i aircraft and is commanded by mythical col. Jethro , May said was unavailable for comment. He said he believed the co Mel was in Washington continuing an at tempt to have the Capitol turned to face the South. Doctors9 orders Fa-27 it. Sheridan 111. A a Young woman doctor and Bride to be has taken advantage of an option in army regulations to stay by her husband s Sid during his upcoming tour of duty in . Carole Fay Widmaier of Trenton n.j., was sworn in the army medical corps recently after she noted women physicians can choose their first duty or. Frank c. Jones of Canton Ohio reports for Dut Yas a medical corps Captain july 29, his Bride of three weeks willbe there taking the orientation courses with him fifth Arm Headquarters Here said. The army says the husband and wife doctor team will stay together right through will not Only have his wife with him hell outrank Widmaier is a first Lieuten Victor Sharon Kay Torrill 21, of Torrance calif., wipes away a tear of Joy after being crowned miss Cali fornia of 1968 in Santa Cruz. She will compete in the miss America pageant. United press International photo wee pals were in tuese deserts Vou know in parts of the world it never raws where Oliver 9 gosh wow do they make mud pies then ? that Sright Nipper you mean the ground is always dry p

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