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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 12, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseSenate unofficial Newt paper of . Forces in Europe North Africa and the Middle East of. 26, no. 327 if 21855 a is daily 10 sunday tuesday March 12, 1968 us for snoopy snoopy has quit the team lit Here s a Likely sub who d play for peanuts he German Short haired Pointer belonging to Iff rights measure bans racial barriers in . Housing Washington a the Senate monday approved landmark civil rights Bill designed to strike Down racial barriers in four fifths of the nation s housing. The vote was 71 to 20. The Compromise measure passed after nearly two months of debate also embraces anti riot provisions Federal Protection for civil rights workers and extended constitutional guarantees for american indians. The Bill was setback to the House where its Fate is in doubt. Sen. Philip a. Hart d-mich.,floor manager for the Bill praised fellow senators for backing the nation s first Feder Al ban on housing discrimination despite mail running heavily against it. Hart said he knew colleagues who would have been politically More comfortable if the Issue had crept away to a quiet death and yet who voted to keep i alive and the Senate he said responded not to the demands of expediency but to the demands of Southern senators who stage seven week filibuster against the Bill before the debate was Cut. Off on a fourth and final try took the position that anti Rioland other amendments had made the Compromise measure More palatable. There was no Effort to stall the final vote. The Senate had cleared the Way for passage with a 61-19 Hess is trying to Snag a Fly before it get master. Scouts will find the canine out in action at Racine wis. A photo vote Friday favouring the expanded Compromise version. The House originally passed the Bill last August As a limited measure dealing Only with fed eral Protection of minority groups constitutional leaders have indicated they May try to pass the Senate Bill As it is rather than risk possible stalemate by sending it to a Senate House conference committee for adjustment of 1966 the House passed a More limited open housing cont. On Page co. 5 new riots erupt in Warsaw Warsaw a Warsaw resembled a Battleground monday As police battled the worst rioting in communist Poland in 11 years. For Over seven hours begin Ning mid afternoon Truncheon wielding police auxiliaries and related Story on Page 4 firemen chased after Rock throwing juveniles in a running Battle Over downtown streets. From Warsaw University to communist party Headquarters nearby and Back past the school to the old town the Chase car ried. In the Wake were Street littered with Glass tear Gas can cont on Page 2 col. 4 weather partly Cloudy to Cloudy with occasions Light Snow showers and Gusty winds. Little change wednesday. Frankfurt Heidelberg High 44, Low 30. Temperatures recorded monday get 4 4 am pm 52 63 Adana p 50 61 Athens p 41 57 Aviano p 25 34 Berlin p 37 37 Frankfurt 45 52 London p 4 4 am pm 36 52 Madrid p 31 23 Munich t 41 48 Paris p 45 48 Prestwick cd 41 55 Rome p 61 61 wheelus p cd Cloudy a partly Cloudy a Snow. Hera Khz Sanil a the diminutive Marine son of a meth Odist minister was a conscientious objector and a Marine outcast. He hated War and refused to be a strongest swear word was he could t learn too outwardly Tough. He always he went to work aiding Khe Sanh s wounded he was despised by some tolerated by others. Now he is a hero growing legend and badly wounded. Jonathan n. Spider of Miami joined the marines almost a whim when he went to a recruiting station with a Friend. Somewhere in Basic training when the instructors were at tempting to turn him into a professional killer he rebelled. He just sort of suddenly realized combat was t really forum recalled Cpl. Daniel Sullivan. He was not afraid of a i a. He said it just before the Day he was hit. Hut he said i Ould not put himself up to killing a spacer who Gont. On Page vol. 9 to discuss halt of n. Vietnam Washington a Secre tary of state Dean Rusk said monday the United states is prepared to negotiate in Viet Nam without any conditions and to discuss with the North vietnamese their demand for a . Halt in the bombing. We Are prepared to negotiate today without any conditions whatever Husk told the Senate foreign relations committee. But he added they have raised a major condition the stopping of the bombing. We Are prepared to negotiate about conditions to see if we can t find some Way to bring about a cease fire and get serious talks started toward Rusk said he had called on president Johnson at the White House sunday following Publica Tion of reports of a top level re appraisal of Vietnam policies an the possibility that More than l 00,000 additional troops would be sent. No fresh conclusions lie said he had come to no fresh conclusions Husk re ported. Rusk said it would not be right for me to speculate about the numbers of possible new troops or other possibilities until the president has a Chanceton look at All the information and consult with his advisers and determines whether to consult with members of Congress in the event congressional action be comes concerning w a r reporting Rusk said general coverage is pretty Good but added that s. Reporters lend to subordinate activities of the South Viet namese and Allied forces. A state department spokesman said soon after Husk left the wit Ness stand for a luncheon break that nothing he said monday was cont. On i Kyj col i

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