European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 27 1968, Page 5

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 27, 1968, Darmstadt, Hesse7. The stars and stripes Page 5 Cordobes removes his $hoe?8 on the other foot 7aragoza, Spain up Suel Mateo Miguelin " who Ilu Elled rival Manuel Benitez Cordobes last week by lumping into the ring and toying the millionaire Matador still has gotten some of his own s fighting re saturday an irate fan of is Cordobes jumped into theiring ran up to Miguel s Bull land pulled its the fan 26-year-old Farmer carmelo Galindo then ran up Ito Miguelin and apologized. Miguelin laughed and embraced Galindo was arrested when he walked out of the ring. He faces la $7 me and two week in the incident paralleled the sensation Miguelin created week ago when wearing Street clothes he j urn p m mad r i d ring ran up to Al Cordobes Bull Shook its horns waltzed it around in. A Circle and proclaimed no sir this in t a Bull. It is a .".Miguelin, who was trying to show that Al Cordobes fought Only Safe undersized bulls was fined $570 and spent 3 hours in 1 Al Cordobes is still having Trou ble with his Public. After having j been booed in almost every Cor Rida since the incident he suffered the indignity saturday being hooted in his native Cor Doba. In a fit of pique he took off his hoes in the ring Shook the dust rom them before the hooting crowd then gave them to on of his assistants. The gesture is a traditional Spanish expression of Contemp for a town and is used to say not even the dust of this towns Worth stepping on. I won t be Bonn reassures nation on Laws Frankfurt a Chan cellar Kurt Georg Kiesinger s government placed full Page advertisements in West German newspapers saturday assuring the country that it would do everything possible to avoid employing Laws scheduled for Pas Sage government nevertheless underscored the necessity for Testate of emergency Laws which have come under harsh attack from labor unions students leftist organizations and of the legislation called sunday for strikes and demonstrations in a final attempt to prevent Frankfurt and West Berlin strongholds of leftist movements students said they would occupy University facilities in protest against the legislation. The West German Trade Union federation in Hesse announced its support of the protest. M 1m i i horizontal 1. Ship record 4. Musical passage 8. Man s name 12. Mimio 13. See coating 14. Implement 15. Carting vehicle 16. A signal Telegraph 18. Wideawake 20. Before21. Holm Oak 24. Papal veil 28. Delivered32, bang 33. Japanese statesman 84. Ship s protection36. Goal 37. Deep devotion39. Firmness 41, growing out 43. Ennead44. Past 46. A class50. Tranquillity 55. Greek letter 56. Orchestra instrument 87. Sandaran tree58. Droop 59. Morsel 60. Tears61. An article vertical1. Molten rock2. Iridescent tone3. Hereditary Factor 4. Citadels5. Native metal6. Obscure 7. Wings8. The one remaining 9. Also 10. Highhill 11. Spanish bravo17. In favor of 19. Free22. God of love answer to saturday s Puzzle. Air time of lol Nalobi h minutes 23. Chemical element 25. Turkish regiment 26. Cafe a 27. Television award28. To anger 29. English school 30. Brillian Star 31. Spanish Painter 35. Good tosses in quoits38. Public 40. Scotch River 42. Personality45. Eskers 47. Cozy place48. Western state49. Half Shrub by mint50. Male Swan 51. Kimono sash52. Witty saying 53. Swi Scanton 54. Knock w � it of to w it k the Laws give the government special Powers subject to approval by an emergency Parlia ment to Deal with National emergencies. Opponents Point out that Spe Cial Powers granted by the Reich Stag in 1933 permitted hit Ler to seize control of Germany and they express fears that some thing similar could happen under the emergency Laws. In countering this argument the government ads stated our state jointly built up Byus deserves that we protect it. In two decades we have All buildup our state the Federal Republic of Germany together an brought it to Prosperity and respect. The Federal government has under oath obligated itself to de fend our people from harm. This includes provisions in the event we Are attacked. That is the reason for the emergency Laws. The germans must know what their rights Are in Good an bad times now the rights of each citizen Are secured even Inah emergency. This is the truth. Nothing i secret. Everyone should read the text of the emergency Laws. The Federal government will do everything to see to it that these Laws Are never used because none of us wants an at ease the army told Val Valentino to report physical. But Val a senior at Mcnary High school in ore., does t think Shell be drafted. For Salem a up protests action South Viets convict photographer Saigon up Nguyen Thanh Tai a once wounded com Bat photographer for unite press International has been convicted by a special South vietnamese military court of producing pictures detrimental to the Public interest. He was sentenced to two years in prison. The court s findings were mad Friday and disclosed saturday. Tai a citizen of South Vietnam was convicted of taking Pic hires in 1965 which the government said falsely depicted South Viet namese soldiers threatening an abusing Viet Cong prisoners. Among the pictures was on showing water being forced Down the nose and Throat of a Vietcong suspect. United press International inner York protested to president Nguyen Van Thieu and asked Testate department to intervene. H. Roger Tatarin editor Ofuji cabled Thieu that Tai s conviction was a Gross Vio lation of Basic democratic principles and Tai s attorney argued that hews an experienced photographer who had proved both patriotism and courage time and again. Tai has photographed some of the fiercest fighting in the april 1967, he was severely wounded in a mine explosion while covering vietnamese Ranger operations in the Mekong Delta. Only recently had he been Able to return to work. Wee pals could never be Noh a Kent Connie legislators not averse to Hearse As House Sacramento Calif. Up anti hippie legislation making it illegal to live in a Hearse has been rejected by the California Senate. Its author sen. Lawrence e. Walsh of Huntington Park said his measure was designed to Dis courage the fad of using second hand hearses As campers with out any provision for sanitary or other facilities Itu Ink 111adopt Dur Hom violent philosophy Sybil Nob oct tells me

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