European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jun 29 1968, Page 1

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 29, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePool plan to Start monday i brides can beat new immigration Pinch by Herb Scot assistant assignments editor Frankfurt is a change inns immigration Laws on monday will eave Dan cupid out in the cold with tar bound american servicemen who Lelay in marrying their foreign Fiancee before rotating Home from Europe. The change enacted by Congress i october 1965 As part of Public Law 89-236, Abandons on july 1 All annual immigration quotas previously allocated separately to specific foreign countries,. Consul Jean e. Zimmermann said Here is chief of the visa Sec Tion at the american consulate in Frank Furt. He said this revision in the Law will definitely shatter the plans of foreign Fiancee intending to marry their Ameri can sweethearts in the United states but in no Way will affect the entry of alien wives of armed forces members into the Federal statute Zimmermann said permits Only 170,000 immigrants other than the immediate families of Ameri can citizens from nations outside the Western hemisphere to enter the United states during any fiscal year which always closes on june 30. Under the current system foreign countries have been allotted blocks for quotas of immigration numbers against which american embassies and consulates have issued entry visas he said adding unfortunately these numbers ran out Gont. On Pafe 25, col. 3 the Sims and stripes unofficial newspaper of . Forces in Europe North Africa and the Middle East vol.27, no. 73 if 21855 a 5 daily 10$ sunday saturday june 29, 1968 of it off All in the Gam stars and stripes reporter Mary Ann Reese pulls up Short skirted at the Entrance to the Rhein main commissary. Undaunted by a ruling against too mini mini skirts she measures her skirt against military regulations and finds it within the Rule yet not in Good taste but then that s a matter of opinion. Is Gates shoppers get dressing Down Rii Ein main a Germany by a the base commissary nere worries about Good taste no Only in the things it Sells a also in the dress of it patrons. Winner of several awards for commissary excellence pleasant jew Eagle eyed sentries have been guarding the store s portals politely turning away female would be customers who the feel Are showing a Little too much the gals have been blow ing off steam launching a mini War about mini skirts. I Don t have any skirts longer than this one complained animate wife just turned away by the Hemline inspector. Must change my entire wardrobe to feed my husband with Telephone Linos burning the stars and stripes sent re Porter Mary Ann Reese Clad in a dress she often wears to the carrying explosives 4 seized near Sirhan jail j i of Angeles a sheriffs Putin have arrested four men with explosives out Side the jail holding Sirhan Bis Dia Sirhan 24, accused Assassin sen. Robert p. Kennedy a t said Friday. Said it was the third three weeks that people were found with weapons or explosives on the grounds of the los Angeles county Central of the incidents was linked to Sirhan s presence the sheriff s office on suspicion of bringing explosives onto jail grounds an Possession of marijuana were Robert Glass 18, James de Augustine 18, both of Redondo Beach and Robert Young 20,Torrance. A fourth youth was remanded to the custody of juvenile authorities. Deputies said marijuana was found in Glass car along with co to. On col. Office we let her in to test the Rule accompanied by photographer Scott Gates. No said the Doorman. Youcan t come in with that wait a minute Mary an said this dress is Only 3% inches above my knee. The regu lation afm 35-10/7310th a Bop sup 1 says up to four inches above the knee is no your dress is not in goo taste said the guard. With that Mary Ann whipped out a ruler and measured the skirt still can t get in she was about the interpretation of the regulation a Smilin Rhein main spokesman said we try to temper the regulation wit Good of Well Ankles were once considered unfit for human eyes. By Marc Huet is Washington Bureau chief Washington is the army has announced the Start of a new enlisted pro motion procedure designed to eliminate some of the mystery of promotion and Settle one of the most commonly heard complaints about the present system the Lack of standardization in advancing through the noncommissioned officer grades. The major innovation is base Don the use of a 1,000-Point standardized promotion scoring for that will be used throughout the army for everyone heading for Grade e5 or higher. Although the requirements for temporary promotion generally remain unchanged the new sys tem will permit the computation of precise numerical scores forthe significant factors that Are considered by the army i evaluating soldiers for promotion. Both individuals and their commanders will Benefit from the change. Pinpoint weaknesses individuals will be Able to see How they compare with other competing for promotion and pin Point their weaknesses. Commanders will be Able to differentiate More easily be tween soldiers with roughly the same Over All qualifications. They will also be in a better position to counsel those who fail and equally As important will be a Leto integrate newly assigned sol Diers into promotion lists quickly and fairly since the scores will cont. On Paf a 2 1, col. ,

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