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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 29, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseSaturday june 29, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 23 Calif. Atty. Gen. Testifies prompt gun Law urged Washington a Cali fornia atty. Gen. Thomas c. Lynch said Friday stronger gun control legislation which has been held up by a Senate com Mittee must not be delayed fur ther in this age of mad Vio say that we should not act now is actually to say that we should not act at All Lynch told the Senate judiciary comi. Mittee s juvenile delinquency subcommittee. The judiciary committee voted 7 to 5 thursday to put off until july 9 further consideration of measures to ban interstate sales of firearms and to provide for registration and licensing of All guns in the concerned about Pas Sage of responsible firearm legislation had better realize that this was a real defeat closing . 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Joseph d. Tydings did. He presided As the subcommittee slowed ahead with its hearings on the registration an licensing Bill submitted by pres ident Johnson and similar Meas ures introduced by Tydings and the full committee session thursday some committeemen objected to acting on the Legisla Tion until More testimony was received by the subcommittee. But Lynch said he wondered what new information will be developed by an indefinite Extension of the firearms he told the subcommittee there has been a tendency in recent weeks to charge that proponents of firearms regulations Are acting with uninformed motion. This is simply not True Lynch said. The proposals before you now the proposals which Are being consid ered on the local level throughout our nation these proposals have been developed Overman Many years. Aside from keeping firearms out of the wrong hands he testified registration and licensing would give Law enforcement tremendous assistance in meeting the burgeoning crime prob Soldier Dies in Accident Mannheim Germany is a 22-year-old 8th inf div Soldier died and four germans were injured in a two car collision Early thursday near vier Nheim the army said Friday. Spec. 5 Norval p. Barksdale of co a 5th in 68th Armor was pronounced dead on arrival at the 546th general dispensary at Mannheim to which he was taken shortly after Midnight. Barksdale was driving alone when his car collided with a German Sedan near an under pass. Both cars were wrecked and the four germans were taken to a Mannheim Hospital two with broken legs and two wit brain concussions. None of the cases was listed As is survived by his father in Minneapolis Minn. Panel oks anti noise Bill Washington up the Senate Commerce committee approved thursday a Bill to establish Federal regulation Over the noise problem of supersonic airliners of the future. Army to revise pm hike continued from Page it mean roughly the same thing throughout the army these Are the factors the army considers important for promotion and their maximum Point value Ractor score Active Federal service 100 rime in Grade 100 unlisted evaluation score 150 i Lllan education 76 military education 1003 Hyscal fitness 25 enlisted efficiency report 250 promotion Board appraisal 200 the underlying concept of the system is simple the army says. To wants to promote the bes qualified individuals. Starting with the commander s recommendation the army selects soldiers for promotion who Havethe skills and abilities to do the Job properly. Promotions Are no made to Reward men for jobs Well done but rather to Advance the outstanding individual with potential for leadership or in creased ability in a chosen Field. Although policies have Gener ally been Standard throughout the army the procedures have often varied from command to command. This resulted in situations in which servicemen in one command could not com pare their relative qualifications for promotion with individual sin another command. Army officials Point out that800 of the 1,000 Points possible for an individual Are based on administrative qualifications Anc the commander s Soldier will have the Chance to verify the compute values before he goes before promotion Board. Board actions required on All promotions to e5 and above. Boards can award up to 200 Points. After appraising candidates promotion Board will prepare recommended promotion list in order of Merit based on t h Steadman ads am ind Fidy Sci or 15.10 16.50 9.25 10.11 7.97 8.71 Stein Roe ads Stein Stein Stein Sterl inv sup inv chrs tech cd to plan Tex cd Tunc g Tunc i United acc Inco Scien in f in 22.60 22.80 17.10 17.10 15.68 15.63 13.56 14.06 7.73 8.47 13.97 14.55 10.54 11.49 18.99 20.75 13.01 14.22 6.35 6.94 6.83 6.37 funds 8.6 9.50 15.41 16.84 9.86 10.89 7.19 7.86 number of Points awarded each div dual. The number of names on theist will not exceed the number f position vacancies expected luring the next 60 Days except hat new arrivals having promo Ion list standing will be integral d without regard to the length of the list. Promotions will be Nade from this list As quotas Are received by the promoting authority. Should a Soldier fail to receive he Board s recommendation he will be counselled by his com Mander or representative. The new promotion scoring form will e used to Point out weak areas that can be improved to increase future chances. For example if \ Serviceman fails because of he Lack of formal education in 11 know this is the reason an will be Able to do something about it. The army also said that when Soldier on a promotion list is alerted for reassignment his commander will notify the department of the army that he Isan a promotion list. Except for transfers from the combat zone a Soldier normally will not leave his duty station until his assign ment instructions have been con firmed or changed by a. This will permit reassignment Only to installations with the right Grad and mos vacancy. The new changes Are to be incorporated into chapter 7 of a 600-200. Present promotion lists will continue to be used until they Are exhausted the army pointed out. Police probe slaying of i Karlsruhe Germany is German and military police Here Are still searching for clues tothe fatal stabbing May 21 of spec. 4 Willis e. Fleming 28, Astra com Soldier from the 101st signal in. Fleming was found unconsciously his wife at the door of his Paul Revere Village apartment with Stab wounds in his Chest. He was pronounced dead on arrival at the 3rd medical dispensary in Karlsruhe. Mart drops Trade slow new York a the Stock Market closed with a Small loss Friday in trading that was Slowin comparison to the heavy vol ume of recent of most key issues were fractional but there were some wide margins involving is sues in special of individual stocks topped advances by a narrow margin in a reversal of the Early , tobaccos aircraft and drugs were mostly higher. Air lines declined. Brokers said russian accept Ance of . Appeals for talks aimed at curbing the nuclear missiles race should be an encouraging influence on investors. New . Immigration Pool i brides can beat quota squeeze value line cd Seal lne Val inc Val spa Vang varied Viking Walls Ingrin wish Mut Well cd West ind Whit lil Windsor win fld wisc on Worth 9.52 10.43 6.71 7.35 9.70 10.63 5.51 6.02 6.06 6.59 8.21 8.92 12.68 13.86 13.71 14.98 13.43 14.60 9.31 10.17 15.78 17.06 20.35 22.12 15.38 16.81 8.25 9.01 6.12 6.67 continued from Page of worldwide this year in Early june thus halting the immigration of All aliens applying for permanent entry visas until the new fiscal Congress Zimmermann said passed pm 89-236 after deciding the present quota system was discriminatory and archaic hav ing been established on percent Ages of population taken from the 1920 example he said eng land s immigration quota has been 65,000 a year whereas less than 6,000 italians were permitted to emigrate to the United states on quota Germany with a quota of 25,814, had the second larg est allocation of any nation out Side the Western is All changed now said Zimmerman. The Only for Eigners who will be Able to Emi grate to the United states for the next few years Are those having immediate relative Sta Tus that is the wives children and parents of american Citi Zens or those who have preference status which is based on fixed percentages of the170,000 this does not include the alien parents of a German wife mar ried to an american Serviceman who wants to take them to the United states Zimmerman pointed out. Categories listed the seven preference Cate Gories in the order of priority and by percentages of the total Are 1. Unmarried sons or Daugh ters Over 21 of a . Citizen,20 per cent. 2. Spouses and unmarried so Sand daughters of alien . Resi dents 20 per cent.3. Professional or highly skilled workers desiring to emigrate to the United states,4. Married sons of a . Citizen,5. Brothers and . Citizen 24 per 10 per cent or daughters 10 per cent Sisters of a cent.6. Skilled or unskilled workers and their families applying for emigration 10 per cent. 7. Conditional entries Politi Cal refugees by the . Immigration service Ona parole basis. Filing Date of the visa Petiti Tion now determines the priority against the numbers in each preference category As allocated by Washington the official explained. No country will get More than 20,000 quota visas annually and the Fiancee of american servicemen have no preference status said fact he declared they do not even qualify for a visitor visa since they Are not Bona fila

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