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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - April 28, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseSunday 1968 end the stars and stripes Page 5 Vatican City a t Pope Paul i appealed saturday Forn end to the manufacture and o of nuclear arms and aha lotto the evil use of destructive 5cthecepontiff made his Appeal to a International group of scientists meeting at the Vatican to discuss organic matter and soil m Appeal the Pope also referred to bacteriological War fare and every other Means that modern science could produce to inflict what he called the Scourge of terrible devastation on entire nations. " scientists from Only two nuclear Powers the United stat Sand France were present. Representatives from the soviet Union had been invited to participate in the week Long meeting but declined to come. The meeting was organized bythe pontifical scientific acad Pope told the group that the Specter of the most Ter Rible calamities capable of destroying inhabited Earth come precisely from the most esteemed laboratories of modern physical he asked whether he could re main silent in the face of such a Prospect and immediately gave his answer. The Pope declared that men of science As Well As political leaders Bear responsibility for str Antler Case closed Boston up the Case Falbert de Salvo the self confessed Boston Strangler who claimed he strangled an sexually assaulted 11 Eastern Massachusetts women has be enclosed officially. Massachusetts atty. Gen. Elliot Richardson reported thurs Day he had been forced Sci dose the Case because of the inability of psychiatrists to Agre econ the competence of de s statement ended any foreseeable prosecution of the former Maiden mass.,Handyman who said he murdered the women Over a two Yea period from 1962 to 1964. The psychiatric tests were con ducted As a preliminary to de Balvo s undergoing lie Detector jests by state police and Mem Bers of Richardson s Salvo is in Walpole state Anson after being convicted of attacks on four Boston area women not connected with the strangling. The development and use of Scien Tifi Means for warfare. Vatican sources indicated that the Pope s words were influenced by the underground nuclear test conducted in Nevada Friday. The speech was made available to the press Only at the last minute with an unofficial explanation that the Pope had been a taking revisions. Speaking in French the Pope said Liet us have the courage Tor the necessary every step every commit ment be taken with the aim of preventing manufacture and use of nuclear arms of recourse to bacteriological warfare arid every cite Means that could acquire from scientific Progress the diabolical Power to inflict the Scourge of terrible devastation on entire nations even those outside the Sandy Sermon the Rev. John Black set Ond from left who considers himself a hippie priest sits with parishioners and friends in his each office in Acapulco Mexico. A cleric cools it in Acapulco hippie priest has Sand in vestry Acapulco Mexico a the Rev. John Black considers himself a hippie priest but the Only trips hippies take with him Are to the bus the bearded anglican priest buys them a Sandwich soft drink a bus ticket to mexi co City and Money for a tax from the bus station to the . Embassy. That is if they want it. Father Black 33, shuns the clerical Collar and most of the other garb settling usually fora pair of shorts and a coating of suntan Oil. That s just Aswell for Laws in Mexico pro Hibit the wearing of clerical garb outside Church. Inside his holy Cross Church he ministers to 22 regular parishioners and to visitors in White Monk s alb a parishioner made for him out of a the past two years father Black has made 45 trips to the Acapulco bus station to Deposit penniless hippies and drifters on the bus to Mexico has no dark Little study for interviews. Instead Between 11and 2 every Day parishioners know they can find him soaking up the Sun on Paradise Beach. Gleaming with his own mixture of Coconut Oil and Glycerine he is prepared to discuss enjoy the Beach he says. You re limited in what you Cando in Acapulco. Concerts museums and plays just Don t exist Here. You can go to the go gos of course. And i like it too. It just too expensive.". Hippies however usually Fin father Black at the Church after the services. Most of the learn of the Church through notices posted in a seafront Ham Burger place. They explain that they re uptight when father Black realize the up tight hippies were go ing to be the Acapulco equivalent of the slum families he had ministered to in his former Par ish of the Church of the advocate in Philadelphia he took action. With $100 donated by a parishioner for whatever father Black thought necessary restarted a revolving fund. Special donations come . And Canadian visitors who swell the congregation to 150."a lot get angry when they re turned Down for funds an about two out of three Are father Black said. Only one person has Ever re turned the 50 pesos this help costs. He was a drifter name Tony who was jailed after a marijuana Black said Many hip pies come to Acapulco for cheap Holiday when actually living is More expensive there than in the United states in Many ways. Marijuana is another false lure. Hippies Are led to believe it s Legal Here and you can smoke All you fat he r Black has visited enough jailed pot smokers to be Able to testify that this in t him Acapulco is a Chal Lenge. Not Many clergy Are Given the Opportunity of starting their own Church and growing with their people he says. Also there is no social pres sure Here As i would have in the states. I can Wear bermudas an there s no one to disapprove. People Here have no preconceived images of How i should riot views of atty. Gen. Draw fire St. Louis to. Up Tower r-tex., said Satur Day that . Atty. Gen. Ram sey Clark is not psychologically suited for the Field of Tower said that Clark has been misplaced in his govern ment he said that Lark should not be continued in supervision Over the Law enforce ment officers of the Federal government or in any capacity i which his views Are Likely to have weight in the Law enforce ment Tower said a Law enforcement official should be inclined to sup port the Law not apologize for it. Clark recently criticized statement by mayor Richard Daley of Chicago that policemen should shoot to kill arsonists. Tower said already the nation s editorial writers Are Choos ing sides and debating the wis Dom of or. Clark s philosophy in responding to those who would Burn our Tower flew to St. Louis to address the Midwest regional con Ference of the associated credit bureaus of America. He said i have even read some who pro posed that we keep a sort of Box score on the cities that Are burned under the great society s policy of restraint As opposed to by they went from Plesku to i do Altoona Paap bitter fighting was at its height n the Viet Cong s tet offensive a january when badly wounded a Apt. Lawrence bring and sergeant smashed in the door of a House in Plesku. That s when be married met saturday. Polite m afraid we weren t very iia a. I. Dring recalled. We open the door and there was Rebecca. I thought what s girl like you doing in a a civilian like Gould is0 was huddled in the , u0ther personnel of the a sponsored service while fighting raged around them she helped save dring s life As she and a doctor treated his severe wound. The special forces Captai nand the nurse were married by her father the Rev. Theodore Gould in his Grace methodist Church at Altoona you might say we saved each other s lives Rebecc Asaid. If it had t been for Larry and his company we prob ably would have All been six feet under by said he had seen re Becca at Church services in Plesku and wondered who shews. But had never met her. When they finally met on that nightmarish morning in Plesku there was t any time for for and a doctor worked feverishly on dring and the other wounded. With the help of troops who smashed an opening in a Wall at the rear of the House they got dring to an ambulance and an army Hospital. For 10 Days dring lingered on the Brink of death. Doctors gave him 13 pints of blood and he gradually came around. Rebecca a smiling b r o w a haired girl was around too. Her residence and civilian clinic had been shot up by Small arms and mortar fire so she helped at the army Hospital. She looked real cute running up and Down the corridors in her dungarees said the Captain was Strong enough to be evacuated by air lift Rebecca went to the a i r strip to see him off. I w standing near waving she said. The plane an office asked me if i knew that Fella and i said yes. Lie told me to go up the ramp into the plane. 1did, and while i was talking to him he said yes dring was flown Back to the states. Rebecca went to Saigon then to Malaysia and arrived Back in this country u m o n 11ago. Hose that May be burned where Cal authorities have enunciated get Tough policy with looters and Tower said that an attorney general should not believe thieves bandits and murders Are to be hunted Down and prosecuted if they operate sin while thieves bandits an murderers operating in groups Are to be excused under theh Eory that proper enforcement of the Law is Apt to make the group angry and summed up Tower said that Clark s pos ure on the subject of Law and a enforcement since he be came attorney general can be summed up in one sentence the present attorney general is More concerned with the civil rights of Law violators than he is with the civil rights of Law Tower said that an average shopkeeper finds out too late that the policeman who walks his beat has been ordered not to be too harsh on those who would Rob him or Burn his store and thereby endanger his life swell As destroy his one of most wanted caught Washington up feb agents arrested David Stuart Neff one of the nation s 10 mos wanted fugitives on a Brooklyn Street Neff 31, was wanted i connection with the robbery of two Massachusetts Bank

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