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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 14, 1968, Darmstadt, Hesse14. It the stars and stripes .5 million to close the cap9 Ford funds to fight police ghetto hostility9 Wilities Between police Sandbo communities cite by Sion As a riots Coromis cause of racial ups is of the programs will a to attract lawyers to work one covers the son system one provides Forsigh boyhood women to work As sice station receptionists Ansher is a unique attempt to set How veil a policeman will do his problem the chronic problem of keeping police part of society 3 enforcing society s Laws has been highlighted by recent riots Mitchell Sviridoff foundation vice president Laid to announcing the eight report of the National advisory commission of civil disorders cites deep hostility Between police and ghetto communities As a precipitating cause of the uprisings noting the broader consideration that the policeman is the Symbol of the entire system of Law enforce ment and criminal Justice Sviridoff said. But Sviridoff pointed to the Lack of guidelines for police to follow in tense areas and said that a series of defense oriented supreme court Deci Sions beginning with the 1963gideon ruling giving indigents the right to counsel in criminal cases intensified the them and us attitude of Ford supported programs attempt to close the Gap Between communities and the police in a tangible manner he said so that communities support their police and police try to relate their services More intimately to Community of the Grants try to meet what Sviridoff called the particularly crucial need to attract More talented Youn lawyers to work in criminal Law and with Law enforcement agencies $600,000 to the new Yor University school of Law for a program allowing Law school students to specialize in Crimi Nal Justice for the first time by acting As squad car lawyers following a felony Case fro crime to trial working with Legal Aid lawyers or prosecutors or studying Law and psychiatry or forensic Medicine wit experts in the Fields. $365,000 to Northwestern University to accelerate its pro Gram of training Young lawyers to work As police Legal advisors helping police comply with new court rulings on arrest search and seizure confessions an civil rights As recommended by the president s Crim commission. Others Grants included $167,800 to the new York City police department to extend its current Experiment in air Force renames Indiana base in Honor of late astronaut Grissom Peru ind. Up the air Force paid tribute to its first space Pilot sunday by renaming Bunker Hill air Force base Here in Honor of it. Col. Virgil i Gus Grissom the Mercury and gemini astronaut who died inthe Apollo 1 fire at Cape Ken Nedy last . Air Force Secretary Tho Mas Nielson proclaimed the strategic air command installation Grissom air Force base Ata 30-minute ceremony attended by Grissom s widow two sons his parents and a crowd Esti mated at 17,000.Nielson said the Small Hon or we pay colonel Grissom Canin no Way match the Honor his name brings to this 20th-Century Pioneer Nielson described the Astro naut As a twentieth Century Pio Neer in space exploration who gave his life in the service of his . Betty Grissom the widow of the space Pilot sat quietly nearby. His brother Lowell said of All the honors that so a is Many Side Twenty four pages to be exact each containing something of interest for every member of the family circulation office phone numbers Germany Berlin ctr 739308 brei Thavon Civ 45341, Mil 7664 uni 1rtp Civ w108-2047. Mil Offenbach 755 ,?1,1"" claw. Mil to Mleh 7050munich, Civ 5165923, Mil 7356 no Urnel acid 776647 Mil 0513 Wii i it Civ 854228. Mil 7230 a Civ 420779, Mil 28395 Greece Athens Civ 883183 Italy Civ 93001 Madrid Civ 2228290, ext Sou United Kuna Dom London. Civ jul slip 32264, ext 12t subscribe now govt mint homing Only have been bestowed on Gus Iam sure none would have pleased him More than this was born 145 Miles away at Mitchell ind., and die with 3dward White and Roger Chaffee in january 1967, when they were trapped in the Flam ing Apollo 1 capsule in a launch pad test at Cape Kennedy. Col. Gordon Cooper one of the original seven astronauts who followed Grissom into space in Mercury spacecraft was also at the ceremony. He said if gris som had been alive 150 year Sago. He would have been one of the men who pioneered the said let his words and example serve As reminder that Progress must Grissom was the second Ameri can astronaut and the first air Force Pilot to Fly in space. He followed Navy capt. Alan Shep Ard on a sub Orbital Mercury shot in 1961. He also commanded the firs project gemini space flight in 1965. Israel denies having okd indirect talks Jerusalem up Israel has not agreed to indirect talks in new York with the Ara states Premier Levi Eshkol told his Cabinet Here sunday night. Eshkol said there was no truth in reports that Israel had agreed to such to the Cabinet on . Peace envoy Gunnar Jar ring s Mission Eshkol Reaf firmed the israeli position that the problem could be solved Only by direct talks with the arabs refuse to negotiate directly with sources said reports of a break in the deadlock be tween Israel and the arabs were deliberately spread by Ara propaganda Media in order to create the impression that it waste israelis who were holding up that a breakthrough might be near were voiced Las week when it was announced that Egypt had agreed to Jar ring s transferring his Mission to new York for what were de scribed As indirect but Western diplomats at the United nations have warned that jarring is Likely to spend a Long Long time in new York in Pursuit of a peace formula which eluded him during a month Long peace Odyssey through the Middle East. Anna Moffo opera Star Anna Moffo faints in role Berlin a american opera Star Anna Moffo collapsed sunday night while singing therole of Violetta in Verdi s la the performance at the Deutsche oper Berlin went on however with Soprano Neyde Thomaz taking Over for miss Moffo s falling to the stage floor just before she Wasto sing the famous first act drinking song left the audience stunned. Having neighbourhood women actas receptionists to learn the needs of local residents and Hel them with special problems. $97,000 to Ronald l. Gold Farb a Washington attorney who was a special prosecutor inthe Justice department to study problems of the prison system under the auspices of George Washington University Institute of Law psychiatry and criminology.$95,000 to the Institute of local self government Nberkeley calif., for a study of the background and personality factors of some 2,000 police recruits in 14 California jurisdictions to see if their Job performance can be predicted.$31,000 to the University of Minnesota for a new two Yea curriculum in police administration which later will be expanded to a four year degree program. Pope s gift to red Boss delights party Rome a Italy s communists Are delighted and some of their enemies incensed Over disclosure that Pope Paul i gave the country s communist party Boss a Christmas present last december. The glee and the consternation Are heightened because National parliament elections Are a wee away. The gift to communist part Secretary Luigi Longo was a leather bound Book containing the acts of the it also went to numerous political an cultural figures in Rome along with a note from the Pope s vicar general and a greeting and Bene diction from the pontiff form letter that accompanied the Book called the volume a Humble gift not unworthy of your liking and Reading and it wished the recipient peace serenity and Joy for the holy Christ Mas and the new a report about the gift first came out in a German newspaper. Officials in the Vatican sum Marily denied it. But Longo himself unhesitatingly confirmed the Story which fit in nicely with one of the party s main Aims in the Campaign for the May 19-20 election to draw votes from the dominant Christian Democrat party by appearing respectable in the eyes of Vatican s official spokes Man finally confirmed the report at the weekend pointing out that the Pope had sent the same Giotto half of the inclusion of Longo on the mailing list the spokesman said indicated that the pontiff s paternal Charit evidently has no regimental co defects to South Saigon a a Viet con regimental commander has defected to the s9uth, vietnamese government officials said Mon was the second highest ranking Man Ever to defect an the second top officer to come Over in less than a month the officials said. The defecting officer was identified As it. Col. Truong Trung Doan commander of the 165thregiment of the Viet Cong 7th said the colonel was now being questioned. His initial reports to intelligence specialist said his regiment had been decimated in fighting North of Sai gon. The colonel said his regiment had been assigned the task of pinning Down the 5th South Viet namese division North of Saigon while a companion Viet con regiment the 101st, slipped by to enter the the process said the colonel his four battalions which normally numbered 400 men each had been Cut Down to about 100 men each. The regimental commander defected thursday to elements of the 5th South vietnamese Divi Sion about 30 Miles North of Sai gon. The officer said he was origin ally a South vietnamese communist party member who had gone to North Vietnam with the red forces after the Geneva con Ference of 1954. The defection of the regimental commander followed the similar defection in mid april of a full colonel and political commissar who turned himself in an brought vital intelligence Outlin ing the latest attacks on Saigon

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