European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 5 1968, Page 2

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 5, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePoge 2 the stars and stripes sunday May a 194, protest flares at Northwestern deeply wounded Columbia resumes classes by United press International violence scarred Columbia University described As deeply wounded by an administration official cautiously resumed som classroom schedules Friday but attendance was Cut by a continuing student faculty strike. Student rebels announced the had dropped their demand that University president Grayso Kirk and vice president David b. Truman spokesman said strike Lead ers would negotiate with the University when the administration agreed to let students participate in restructuring the institution and promised no disciplinary reprisals against demonstrators. At the same time the alumni association of Columbia College the University s undergraduate men s College called for the immediate expulsion of those Stu dents who committed Wanton acts of destruction vandalism an theft and those who sought to take Over Columbia University by the 27,500-student Campus has been virtually paralysed since the administration called in police tuesday to Scirce More than 700 rebel students who had occupied five University buildings. In the course of arrests on trespassing charges some 148 persons were injured giving Rise to charges of police brutality. Truman said Here were clearly some breakdowns in planning the police raid but redid not know who was to blame. He said the police action had clearly gotten out of hand and reports of violence were too extensive and too persuasive to be dismissed As Mere is wounded deeply wounded but it is going to be Strong again he said. In Evanstown 111., More than100 negro students seized the business office of Northwestern University stocked food supplies1 behind their barricades in threatened to occupy the building All summer unless the administration capitulates to their Small band of White students in a sympathy move invaded theoffice of the Dean of students and vowed to sit there As Lom a kept their sit in Goine the business office. B 8 in James Turner a spokesman the 110 negro students told news men the negroes were demand ing that school officials Stani out White racism five blab separate housing on Camus and serve Chat Lens and Collar greens in the cafeteria. Turner said he was dead about the food demand later he said his reference toc Hillins and greens was intended to be Wistful Penny Pardey 21, of Sydney Australia has just re turned from 10 months of modelling in London and Paris and seems to be reliving the experiences As she gazes wistfully Over the sea at Balmoral Beach. A photo diagnosis difficult lectors agree when is a child hear debt by George Eberl staff write Heidelberg is the boy obviously was not doing Wellin school and that needlessly frightening phrase mental retardation cropped up. But a Mother s insistence inthe face of several physicians disagreement that the cause other son s trouble was faulty hear ing luckily proved to be Case dramatically under scored one of the most significant aspects of the paediatrician s Job when trying to Deal with the problem of so called mental retardation Correct aware of this major problem accurate diagnosis Are drs. David Ater and John Stephenson Safe paediatrician from England South Ruislip and Lakenheath respectively who spoke to parents and Delegate saturday at the final sessions at Patrick Henry Village Here of Theu Desea annual conference on the handicapped said there Are More than 200 known causes for mental retardation with causes rang ing from automobile accidents Toa defect of birth. Focusing specifically on the problem of mental retardation and the military family the two doctors agreed that the military blood of Martyr liquefied again Naples up the solidified blood of a 4th Century Catholic Martyr liquefied in a Church ceremony saturday after the Naples archbishop prayed for peace in Vietnam. Throwing the Book Denver up count judge George Manerbino confiscated a Book from a male juror during the trial of an exotic dancer accused of violating Den ver s anti topless ordinance. The Book was entitled lust i just did t think he should be Reading that kind of Book Dur ing recesses in the trial of morals Case the judge sex dancer was acquitted. The Miracle of St. Januarius which normally occurs twice each year came off on schedule and thousands of neapolitan went wild with Joy. Shortly before the afternoon Miracle occurred c o r r a d o Cardinal Ursi asked citizens to Pray for an end to the Vietnam War. Lie called for prayers that no More blood be shed in the two phial said to contain the blood of St. Januarius martyred 1,663 years ago in the reign of the emperor Diocletian were carried in procession from the Naples Cathedral to the Church of Santa Chiara. A crowd of 5,000 watched Ashe phial were held aloft. Then the dried crystallized substance turned to liquid As it has almost without exception for hundreds of years. Consular pact okd Moscow a the soviet Union announced saturday ratification of the Long delayed con sular convention providing a Cess by . Officials to an american citizen detained in the soviet Union. The . Senate ratified the document March 16, 1967, after extended debate about whether i involved an additional Security agreement gives soviet diplomats similar rights in the cases of soviet citizens detained in the United action on the agreement was believed held up by the Gen eral negative attitude toward re lations with the United state because of the Vietnam War. The presidium of the supreme soviet parliament ratified the consular convention april 26, the saturday announcement said. The convention was signed Byboth countries june 1, 1964. One student body wows another Stanford Calif. Up Vicky Drake s All out Campaign to be student body president a Stanford got Down to the essentials Friday. She campaigned topless before 450 men at a Campus dining Hall. The reaction said the topless dance a was overwhelming. Some of them pledged to vote for me three Vicky 21, has completed three years of study in Spanish but is not now u student. Of elected she will re enrol next fall to serve her term. In the meantime she dances topless Ina spot called the body shop. The purpose of her Campaign she says is to show that the office is a farce and appears willing to support the search for solutions to the prob Lem of mental retardation through its school systems and through appropriation of the fund Angle Steph Enson said that the allotment of$660,000 through champs civilian health and medical pro Gram of uniformed services during this school year ought Tobe a Feather in somebody s speaking of the handicapped h i 1 d r e n of military families Stephenson maintained that the right child adapts More quickly to the life of a military family adaptation to the constant mov ing is a big problem for the mentally dad Home More relating this to a segment of stateside life he said that in Rural area the family unit is stronger and dad is Home . Mentally retarded finds his Ater added that in the Small town the mentally retarded is More tolerated taken care the pressure to succeed in the United states is a source of frustration to the mentally retarded whose ability to Cope with accumulating the symbols of Suc Cess is considerably less than his fellow men they feature they used to Point up again the importance of Earl diagnosis if mental retardation is suspected. Too often in fact in mos cases the , in t picked up until he enters school ate said. He quickly added it should be understood that the child s inability to learn Well does t mean that he is necessarily mentally retarded. Sometimes for example his hearing May be impaired. There lies the importance of Cor rect incidence peaks Stephenson said that there Isa marked peaking of the Inci Dence of mental retardation be tween the Ages of 10 and 14." this is roughly the age where schoolwork becomes harder Anda child May no longer be car ried along pushed Forward tothe next Grade if he is unable to handle the increased work he said. Sometimes Early diagnosis of possible mental retardation and its causes May be thwarted by parental unwillingness to admit such a problem within a a discussion of possible fears by career minded military personnel that an admission of mental retardation in the family might adversely affect a Man s getting ahead one doctor . Sculptor honoured a r n h e a the Netherlands a Prince Bernhard Friday presented the tenth Erasmus prize to British sculptor Henry Moore 69. Raised the question of Why fewer of problems were brought to their attention by officers than by both doctors said that it Vaj improbable but that officers Don t readily accept second bes easily sometimes resulting in a great Deal of pressure being brought to Bear on an average offspring. But Ater and Stephens on concurred that As we bang away at giving the mentally retarded Chance to enjoy a happier life the problem is coming More Outin the open and Stephenson said that american society has come far from the Days of Locking its handicapped away murky Mic concealing to imagined source a family shame. Pope appoints vicar for . Forces Washington a pop Mudlo new 0 Lenl new York North putt of. City Phoenix Pitti Burgell is. A in ant 6pok.il Tucson yv.i""fl10

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