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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes Page 3 Pope is expected to Rule inflammation afflicts Nasser pm Egypt s president Gamal Abdel Nasser is suffer a re Tiffin of a leg but his general state of health is of Shuss Cairn daily Al ashram reported saturday.004 a i undergone thorough checkups by egyptian and so be recommended that the natural Springs of the m doctors no i wow 0 m curing him. R left for Georgia in the caucasus Region aboard a special ?2rtnrs had urged him to undergo treatment As soon Asto sad any complications the paper said. There was m to which leg was affected. Indian Hopes to see Sirhan he added that he assure he would be allowed to interview Sirhan because his literary agent had told him to come to los is professor and director of the department of parapsychology at the univer sity of Rajasthan in Jaipur. Hong Kong up Banerjee an in a potent of parapsychology it for los Angeles Friday to lie with Sirhan b. Sirhan a accused murderer of sen. Tobert f. Kennedy. Sirhan Banerjee explained is believer in reincarnation add Lei i am Foremost in the woman fires gun in jetliner Munich a a 25-year-old woman fired a revolver in a Westle Raan jetliner bound from tananarive Madagascar to Munich Friday police reported saturday. Nobody was Hurt. Police said she was an employee of the West German embassy tananarive the woman who was not further identified was immediately disarmed by Crew members and taken to a mental Stute and placed under observation after the plane arrived in shot which went into the Cabin ceiling did not panic the passengers Many of whom did not even hear it police said. 0 c Spain extends paper s suspension Madrid up the Spanish government saturday suspended for a further two months the publication of the evening newspaper Madrid for very severe violation of the lation s press Law. The newspaper first was sus Pended to May for several articles which it published in february on the occasion of the Spanish student disturb ances. With this second restriction in two months the popular Liberal newspaper will not appear until oct. 1.the suspension was decided at a Cabinet meeting chaired by the head of state Generalissimo Francisco Franco on july 12, but was not announced until to the official announcement the newspaper published an article last May 30 entitled resign in time no to general de Gaulle which apparently was com menting on French riots but was also considered to contain references to the Spanish re Gime. Scene of latvian meet transferred Hannover Germany a the world Congress of Latvia youth banned by the three Western Allied Powers in West Berlin Mil now take place Here sunday the organizers announced. H to to be followed a week later by the second latvian Europe in which organizers say 6,000 latvians will participate. Most of the 500 delegates to the youth Congress have already arrived. The last 190 were expected saturday night by regular planes irom Berlin. No time for waiting game London a _ Richard a was Iven a give 62p Friday so that at 83 Pecan marry again. Ift Malcolm Noakes ground of by his wife Mary. 1 his Luck was All bad Kate could be made absolute Ina month instead of the usual three , said the judge would enable him to end his Days in Happy married state with an unnamed woman with whom he admitted adultery. City up with bus to the of Gualalupe and was picked. Hea Friend who never in vhf. A hang he Stan he bought a couple of Beers. Three hoodlums beat him up. With broken ribs he climbed onto a bus to take him Home. But when he went to get of the bus he fell into the Gutter fracturing his Carrera was listed in serious condition at the bal Buena emergency Hospital. Vatican City up the papal decision on birth control the most anxiously awaited eventing the pontificate of Pope Paul i is at has been under consideration for five years. Few papal Docu ments in modern times have been so Long in the making and so important in the daily lives of Mil Lions of catholics throughout the world. According to Vatican sources the 70-year-old Pope completed work on the document before taking up summer residence at Castel Gandolfo on july 17 an will make it Public monday. The Vatican saturday called press conference for 10 30 . Monday to announce a new pontifical document but did not say what the document was , the Vatican sources said it was the document on birth control. They said the Pope s decision on the Pill and other forms of contraception is he has decided the sources said to main Tain the traditional position of the Catholic Church Down through the centuries that artificial birth control is prohibited to Catholic couples As inherently decision would be a major blow to Liberal forces in the Catholic Church including a majority of the Pope s 60-Memberinternational commission that was appointed in 1963 to stud the question. But conservatives in the Church some of whom have been dismayed by changes that have been made in Church prac Tice since the ecumenical coun cil undoubtedly will be heart ened by the decision. More division probable it seems apparent therefore that the decision no matter How it goes will Widen divisions within the Church and perhaps even turn some catholics of lib eral persuasion away from the original decision to study the question anew was made by the late Pope John Xxiii. Shortly before his death injure 1963, Pope John appointed a six member commission to study the question and report to fact came to Light Only the following year when Pope Paul enlarged the commission to 60 members including doctors sociologists population experts and other laymen Aswell As theologians. After a series of meetings the commission became deeply divided and in 1966 the pop set up an inner Cabinet of 16 cardinals and Bishops to guide the experts work. He named Alfred Cardinal Ottaviani the head of the holy office and one of the most conservative Mem Bers of the roman curia to head disagreement still could not be bridged. The Liberal majority and the conservative minority on the commission submitted conflicting recommendations to the Pope on june 26, 1966.four months later the Pope told a group of 300 italian Gyne colonists meeting in Rome that the subject required supplementary the Pope completed his Docu monday ment several weeks ago and sen tit it to the Vatican printers according to Vatican he withdrew it reportedly because of opposition from some Liberal churchmen who Learned that he had made no Funda mental changes. But the Pope s revised Docu ment Vatican sources said made no fundamental changes. Mermaid Garmisch photographer Siegfried Heim happened Tosee Chris Hofmann of Munich enjoying a Lake Breeze. Her pose reminded him of Copenhagen s Little Mermaid statue although this German Mermaid in t gazing wistfully out Over the water. Knowledge shackles initiative Mao Moscow a people Are dulled by knowledge shackles Initia Tive. The More one reads the stronger the shackles the these Are not the arguments of High school dropouts. They Are slogans in a new revolution in the Field of education launched in red China As re ported saturday by Tass. The official soviet news Agency said chinese newspapers published the latest historic instruction of Mao tse Tung aimed at curtailing time spent in institutions of higher education in Favoron practical training and work. An article published with the instruction said that the Shanghai machine tool building Plant had discovered that graduates of technical schools were More competent than graduates of institutes or of postgraduate courses or engineers trained abroad. Tass said the revolution i education coincides with a propaganda Campaign to get the latest crop of graduates from universities and institutes to work As Ordinary labourers in mines factories and Fields. No evidence body was Christ s uen emergency Poland sounds polio Alert israeli finds crucified Man s Bones a polio Alert ced in Western Poland because ofies of the those areas a Day 200 people have been hospitalized and 20cases have been confirmed. The disease has been almost nonexistent in this country since the beginning of mass inoculations after the War the news paper said. Last year Only five cases were noted. Jerusalem a a first Century Skeleton with a Nail driven through the foot indicating the person was crucified has been uncovered near the foot of mount Scopus Here. The Israel department of antiquities announcing the Dis covery said archaeologists also found some material that could be Wood used to hold the Nail fast in the department said the Dis covery was made three week Sago on the same site As a first Century Tomb inscribed in he brew Simon a builder of the announcement was delayed a spokesman declared because archaeologists wanted to investigate further and avoid rash speculation that the Cruci fied Man could be Christ. There is no evidence whatsoever to support such a View the spokesman asserted adding that crucifixion was a common roman method of disclosed that the Tomb was inscribed Yohanan Ben in hebrew John Sou of Ezekiel

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