European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 18 1968, Page 2

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 18, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 2 the stars and stripes saturday May u College closed As student unrest spreads Johl a and up dispatches one College was closed Friday and another faced the possible loss of some faculty members As the fever of student ferment continued to grip campuses in the United of the predominantly negro Delaware state College i Dover ordered the school closed after about 200 students seize control of the administration building thursday for several hours. A new committee of trustees faculty and students was formed to hear undergraduate grievances including a demand for the resignation of the president or. Luna i. Mishoe. National guardsmen ordered in by gov. Charles l. Terry on the 900-student Cam pus overnight following the mos serious in a series of demonstrations. In Newark del., about 100 Stu dents at the University of Dela Ware took Over the student Center Friday to demonstrate sym Pathy for the Delaware state Stu dents. Later they submitted de mands of their own to University officials. Marquette University in Mil Waukee was involved in a continuing dispute Over demands to hire a negro administrator negro basketball players threat ened briefly to withdraw from Rev. Bernard Cooke a theologian promised student pro testers lie and two other priests would quit if the 13,000-Studentroman Catholic University did not meet their demands within48 hours. Police arrested seven student who had been sitting in at the student Union. About 100 others gave up the sit in just before police . Henry King Stanford pres ident of the University of Miami promised scholarships for negroes and courses on the history of Black people in an Effort to Cool disturbances at Florida state University in Tallahassee called Aone week halt in their sit in to protest alleged censorship which led to the resignation tuesday of president John Champion. The state Board of regents on thurs Day rejected the resignation. In new York David a Truman vice president of Columbia University thursday urged other american universities beset by student rebels to follow Columbia s example and Call in police to put Dow violence. ? ,." Truman speaking against background of relative Calm at Columbia advised other universities faced with student insurrection to make it Clear there will be no police will be brought in the three week old student to be losing n Truman announced University will hold 1" los Angeles University California students were planning to hold an ant draft vie commencement program f e despite a warning from pm Ronald Reagan. Nov More than 700 students who have refused military ser will be hailed at the cers the organizers were denied a of the 10,000-seat greek Thearson the Campus. Outstanding jobs a Silver Anvil award representing the highest Merit in the Public relations Field is presented in new York to Gen. David a. Burchinal Neucom Deputy commander in chief for Success of Frelock fast relocation of . Forces from France program. Navy capt. Walter j. Ellis right Neucom Public affairs director whose office handled information and Public relations aspects of Frelock was also present for the presentation by Edward p. Vonderhaar left president of the Public relations society of America. Burchinal commented that Frelock was done on schedule quietly efficiently and in a manner to maintain the greatest possible amount of Good will with the French. It was accomplished with dignity and i think most of the French were sorry to see us Safe also won an Anvil for its frugal Man savings Deposit drive. A photo vulgar insult Vatican assails lies Albania Vatican City to h e strongest terms it has directed atthe communist world in years. Msgr. Fausto Vallain the official Vatican spokesman told a press conference that the chinese were guilty of vulgar insults in charging earlier this week that Pope Paul i wag a criminal in the service of the Western imperialist such statements he said Are lies that they know Are he also denounced unworthy attacks on the Pope by the Al is almost unknown for the Vatican to take official notice of such attacks on the Pope. Fur ther the Vatican has refrained from Sharp attacks on communist regimes since the late Pope John Xxiii began promoting a thaw in relations with the communists. Observers said the Vatican May have Felt prompted to speak out by the italian National elections to be held sunday and italian communist party has been waging a Campaign tory to convince voters that Deci Sions of the Vatican ecumenical Council have left them free Tovote communist. The Vatican has denied this and Vallain took the occasion of his weekly press conference for what seemed a pointed bid to emphasize the Vatican s differences with communism. 17. S. Orbits satellite for europeans Vandenberg fab up Esro ii. A satellite bearing the flags of the United states and10 european nations soared into a Polar orbit thursday from the Western test Range Here. The 180-Po-ind cylindrical satellite on a Mission to measure solar and cosmic Energy waste first of a series of satellites to be launched As part of joint venture by the european space research organization Esro and Nasa. Year in space the satellite was aimed to travel in a slightly elliptical or by opposite to the Earth s rotation. It will spend a full year in space conducting seven sep Arate experiments to investigate solar and cosmic radiation. The 10 member nations Ofero Are Belgium Denmark France West Germany 11 a 1 a the Netherlands Spain Sweden Switzerland and the unite kingdom. Ruling on girl reversed Barnard student allowed to stay new York a the president of Barnard College said thursday that Linda Leclair who broke College housing rules by living off Campus Wither Boyfriend would be allowed to continue As a student at the school. In announcing that Lind would be allowed to stay mar tha Peterson reversed the British Hurt in crash Bonn up British drive Chris Irwin was admitted to the Bonn University neurosurgery clinic Friday with head injuries suffered in a crash during prac Tice runs for sunday s 1,000-kilo meter sports car race on Theuner Burgering Speed track. Doctors refused to comment on his condition pending a thorough examination. Irwin crashed in Aford prototype he intended to drive in sunday s race. Stand she had taken when she wrote to the girl it is my inescapable conclusion that Houseful purpose can be served by your continued enrolment a Barnard the College is a part of Columbia University. Miss Peterson announced he decision thursday after a sit in by 35 Barnard students who presented petitions of support for Linda allegedly signed by 70per cent of the student body. The signers supported the action of a student faculty administration judicial Council which recommended that Linda s Cam pus privileges be revoked. Miss Peterson said that be cause of the overwhelming vote of the student body in favor of upholding the judicial Council decision i have agreed ins Faras the part of Linda Leclair s continued enrolment is concerned to let her stay. The Barnard official added although i Don t approve of or condone Linda s actions. I recognize the importance of duly constituted bodies in the College and feel in Light of All the past turmoil this is not a time to Challenge one of these Bodieslinda, 20, was charged with breaking a College Rule which requires All students under 21 to have supervised housing unless they have a Job which requires them to live at their place of employment. Linda said she had such a Job then disclosed that she was living with her boy Friend Peter Behr 20. First child born to Hildegarde Nef f Munich up actress Singer Hildegarde Neff 43, gave birth thursday to her first child a girl one month premature her husband announced Friday the baby to be christened Christina Antonia weighed slightly less than 5 pounds. She and her Mother were reported feeling Fine. Huh avoids confrontation with Kennedy Washington up Vic president Hubert h. Humphrey s Campaign thursday to avoid a psychological confrontation with sen. Robert f. Kennedy in the remaining presidential Pri Maries in which the new yorker s name is entered but Humphrey s is not. The vice president will refrain fro making any Campaign speeches Jyh any of the three states where major primaries Are still to be held Oregon South Dakota and California. Humphreys National Campaign co chairmen Sens Neil r Harris of Oklahoma and Wai Ter f. Mondale of Minnesota also wrote a letter disavowing an formal endorsement of the vice president by the Calico slate of democratic convention delegates which formerly sup ported president Johnson weather . Temperatures 76 48 Albany 76 42 Albuquerque 77 to Amarillo 84 63 Atlanta 63 64 Atlantic City 83 70 Birmingham 60 38 Bumarch 69 34 Bolio 67 53 Botton 69 67 Buffalo 80 69 Caiper 56 b2 chicago75 67 Cincinnati 74 60 Cleveland 40 35 denver60 47 Dei Molne 70 56 Detroit i 50 37 Duluth 86 61 Al pao62 30 Fairbanks 67 30 faroo85 73 fort Worth 86 71 Honolulu 87 74 Houston 70 60 Indian Upolu 93 71 Jacksonville i 71 63 Kan City i 81 6 Lai vegas 75 54 to Angele 78 68 to Utiville 85 67 Memph i 88 75 Miami Beach 60 62 Milwaukee 40 a 90 71 new or Ean of. 59 new or 5 � North Platte 74 54 Olahoma

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