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

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 5, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseSunday my 5, the stars and stripes Spring Shower As usual his time of the year College campuses go slightly Balmy. At Ohio state in Columbus Mem Bers of a sorority and their fraternal counterparts take part in an All out watertight. Up photo egyptian says visions show god with us Cairo a the coptic foreign newscasts blamed soviet press squirming orthodox patriarch said Satur Day that repeated visions of the Virgin Mary near Here Las month indicated god is with the egyptians in their fight wit the the patriarch archbishop Athanasius told a press Confer Fence Here saturday that the i Ision of the Virgin Mary appeared on several nights in april at Small Church near Cairo. The apparition of the blessed Virgin indicates god is with us in our Endeavor to overcome the disaster which befell us when the jews captured the Hollands during the War in june last year he apparition was in the form f a Complete figure of a lady dressed in White and engulfed in to the archbishop said. On several occasions Only the upper Art of the Virgin s figure Wasseen. He said the vision was seen on Ninny nights by thousands who crowded the Square and Street ground the old Church of the Vir in at Zeitoun five Miles North Cairo. The official statement t h Erigin of which was signed by Ope Kyrollos i was distributed to representatives of the local mid foreign statement confirmed widespread reports by Egypt lians moslem and christians a that a vision of the Virgin appeared Over the dome of Zeit run Church committees representing Pope Kyrollos head of the coptic mho Dox Church in Egypt and lie rest of Africa checked the reports and decided they were Athanasius told newsmen. Several committees Ore still compiling evidence for Publica p9n in an official document he pitied. The statement said that Thein partition of the Virgin Mary seen Over the dome and be Ween the Arches of Zeitoun Church by Henry s. Bradsher Moscow a soviet Lead ers have intensified attacks on Western shortwave broadcasts especially those of the voice of America via which they blame for much of their trouble with dissident intellectuals. The wave of unrest Here in re cent months has been partly a result of information from rus Sian language newscasts of Voa and the British broadcasting corp. They have carried stories on the january trial of four youths who challenged restrictions on free speech. They informed the soviet people of protests by so Viet intellectuals about the told of the loosening in Czechoslovakia of the control that still holds Down the soviet Are things that the censored soviet press has ignored or reported in Brief often distorted forms. Shortwave newscasts Defeated the efforts of the soviet leaders to give the Public Only the news they want it to have. Resuming jamming of foreign Sion of fear these observer think that soviet leaders Are unlikely to order it. Decision on Sejna Likely soon Washington a Secre tary of state Dean Rusk faces the Prospect of deciding whether to extradite czech maj. Gen Jan Sejna wanted in his own coun a try on embezzlement charges. I a decision should be made in the not too Distant future one source said. Sejna fled to the United states feb. 25 with his 18-year-old Sonand Exzenie Musatova 22, de scribed As the son s Fiancee and asked for permanent residence s a request still under consideration. On March 7 the czech govern ment formally requested Sejna s s extradition. Under wraps i since the state department acknowledged that Sejna is in i this country he has been under wraps undergoing what is de scribed As intensive questioning in one of the administration s guest houses officials said. The stuff is fairly interest ing one intelligence source said of the information Sejna has Given. Officials declined to disclose Sejna s location or which govern ment Agency is conducting the questioning of such a High rank ing defector. Officials said no decision on the extradition request is Likely until the questioning is concluded. Rejection expected no one is publicly predicting How Rusk will decide. Privately what they Are doing instead. However the expectation is thatis to try to discredit foreign news be will turn it Down and Sejna casts by intensified attacks on will be declared a political Refu them. A will e declare political Refu gee who should not be extradited. There is a second line of at under the treaty with czech Oslo tack on the foreign news about that is censored Here. That is censoring the sources of new that reaches the foreign stations. In recent months authorities Here have made efforts to pre vent news of intellectual would be such a ret j protests and trials from reach progressive step such an arms Jing foreign correspondents reports. Broadcast Back by shortwave have been the Way some rus sians find out what other rus sians Are doing. Because some soviet new does get out and because for eign events like the czechoslovak liberalization Are also trouble some for the censors Here the soviet press and radio come under pressure to give their own versions. The treaty bars extradition for charges of political crimes or offences or acts connected with such the extradition request How Ever was based on the embezzle ment charge accusing Sejna of misappropriating s20.000 Worth of state owned Alfalfa and Clove seed. two bitten i by Snake 1 = san Antonio. Tex. There was a real emergency Inin our times when there Are the emergency room of Robert radio receivers in every Home. I b Green Hospital thursday to be silent about this or that event or not to Deal with it from positions of socialist ideology Means giving Freedom of act onto falsifications of Bourgeois pro warning was published army criticized Carolyn Lea Tatnall of Washington claims but she was forced to quit her Job Ettli the army map service because of reports that said she was immoral. Saw said she was not allowed to see the reports. An army spokesman said her Security clearance was revoked but denied that she was forced to resign. A Copperhead which had bit ten a Fisherman was brought tothe Hospital by the victim. The Snake escaped in the emergency room and bit a second Man As panic broke out. Other patients in the Emer gency room leaped atop chairs and benches until the Snake was kicked from the room and Dis patched with a bitten men were Hector Saldivar 38, and Cristobal Galan 27, both of san Antonio. They were in poor told officers he was bitten As he and Galan fished on. Saldivar put the plastic bucket an took it with him to the Hospital so the reptile could be identified. The bucket was overturned and Galan was bitten As he tried to recapture the Snake. Galan left the emergency room without being treated. He his Progress toward recovery was found by policemen and re from prostate surgery last j turned six hours later suffering nov. 4, 1 from a bite on the left hand. By the soviet communist party s theoretical journal three years ago. Such demands for speedy soviet interpretations of awkward news in an Effort Totake the Edge off foreign Broad casts have been repeated Man times the fact that they Are still be ing repeated Means soviet Lead ers Are not satisfied with their efforts in countering or explain ing away some news fro abroad. Pope recovering Vatican City up Pope Paul i is tired from overwork but has been advised by his Doc tors that they Are satisfied with

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