European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 11 1968, Page 6

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 11, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseFog 6 by Dick West Washington up Tele vision has often been accused around on controversial issues lest it offend some viewers to the Point of undermining the complaint May still be valid to a degree but there Areno a at least a few programs on which sensitive matters Are Dis cussed in a Frank head on unblinking manner. The Johnny arson show for example. I happened to tune in the other the stars and stripes Sohir Doy May to actors avoid the pub night when Carson had Paul Newman As his guest. The two of then fearlessly aired a civil fight problem that a year or so ago might have been Rega Dedas to taboo. Most of us think of civil right sin terms of racial Equality but there is More to it than that. It also embraces am on g other things the persecution of professional minorities. Such As show business introduced the subject. He noted that actors and other entertainers. Frequently Are pestered by their fans when they appear in a recent evening to said he was peaceably dining in restaurant when a woman sneaked tip behind him grabbed his head and kissed him. I Don t mind saying that when heard this it made my blood boil. It certainly is a dark Day for America if actors Are being denied the Basic right of Public privacy. Newman then related an even More horrifying experience Tell ing How he wad nearly mobbed by admirers when he was inner Ham Pihir campaigning for sen. Eagono Mccarthy All Newman wanted to do. I gather was pass out handbills tack up posters and stuff Enve Lopes with Campaign he was unable to do so without attracting attention amounted to a denial of political this sort of thing is allowed to continue candidates will quit matter into the Cartoni and Newman Are in a commended for bringing t h in the next f wit u Shoff is ? Civ provision to protect ,from excessive adoration actors have As much right to anonymity As you and i. F a let s give it to them. Hay. Effii w a fun & , ii is a season under Way political wars began in Earnest this week with the Indiana primary and sex vice president Richard Nixon wasted notice. He s campaigning in Lincoln neb., Only one Day after the Indiana vote. In right photo mrs. John , escorted by her brother in Law Prince Stanislaw Radziwill pays a visit to the new York Campaign Headquarters of sen. Robert Kennedy who scored a Victory in Indiana. A nomination open Rockefeller says Manhattan Kan. Up gov. Nelson Rockefeller of new York said thursday the race inthe Republican presidential nomination was still open despite polls showing former vice presi Dent Richard n xon the heavy favorite. Rockefeller a late entry into the presidential sweepstakes told a sparse but attentive crowd of 8,000 at Kansas state univer sity that gop convention Dele Gates Are still in a fluid Situ i think the delegates to the Republican convention recognize they have a responsibility to pick a Man who will not Only be the Best representative of the party but also the country Rocke Feller said. The crowd was considerably less than the audiences that Cali fornia gov. Ronald Reagan an new York sen. Robert of Ken Nedy attracted Here earlier inthe school year. Reagan attracted 12,000 students and Kenned Drew a capacity 14,500 persons Early last month. In his speech Rockefeller called for a lottery style conscription to replace the arbitrary and inequitable system that he says defers the Rich an drafts the poor. He also urged the establishment of a National Post Vietnam planning committee to train thousands of returning War veterans for places in the labor Market once peace comes to Vietnam. He coupled lowering the voting age to 18 with his suggestion of a lottery draft. He said a Good gauge of a Man s actions As a Leader is How Well they Appe Alto the higher ideals of blasts world police role Bobby to More Vietnam Atlantic City . A sen. Robert f. Kennedy appealing for support from the United Auto workers declared thursday the United states canno longer be the world s police Man sending its men to coun tries unable or unwilling to support themselves. This nation must adopt a for eign policy which says clearly and distinctly no More Viet name Kennedy said in his first speech since his victories tues Day in the Indiana and District of Columbia promised some 3,000 delegates representing 1.6 Mil lion Law members that if elected president the. Unite states will keep its International can help those who Are Able to help themselves to meet the needs and desires of their own people for Justice and Independence. But we can not do this Job for them he said. The new York senator s appearance in convention Hall Fol Lowed by a Day that of one of his democratic presidential rivals vice president Hubert h. Humphrey. Both Drew a crowd of about 5,000, including outsider seated in the Balcony. Kennedy was greeted wit signs Reading we need Frk and go Bob he seemed to get a noisier and bigger demonstration upon his arrival than Humphrey but the vice presi Dent appeared to have been interrupted by applause More of ten during his urged the unionists to Back president Johnson Speace negotiations As strongly As they would their leaders i contract negotiations. Humphrey said he believed in peaces strongly As anybody but not p o g o r i -_hk0 Long him up a peace of timidity and both candidates claim Long standing Friendship with the Al Cio Auto workers and tied their speeches in with the Union s goals of social and eco nomic Reform. Kennedy said the nation cannot deny and postpone the de mands of our own people while spending billions in the name of the Freedom of others in nations around the most acute division in this country is not Between the Rich and poor or old Ana Young Kennedy continued. His among those whose income b Low among the and Hie White working Man who too often views i he aspirations of the Black Man As a threat to his own welfare Ana Security he declared that Hie time is now to be concerned with staring children in Mississippi Ujj Appalachia and on. A a ovations to improve social Sec Rity and to raise the mho Home pay of factory workers. I am not Content Ami \ not accept these conditions. It on my conscience and your conscience and its on conscience of the society represent Kennedy said Mckliney nomination of Washington

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