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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 12, 1967, Tokyo, Japan2 priests pickets representing the Valley workers assistance com Mittee carry signs in front of the. Home below of Roma Catholic archbishop Robert s. Lucey at Hollywood Park suburb of san. Antonio Tex. The pickets were protesting the Bishop s. Punishment of two priests who took part in far labor demonstrations last week at Rio Grande Tex. The priests the Rev Sherrill Smith left and the Rev. William Killiard were arrested for disturbing the peace archbishop Luccy or-dered1 them to report to the via Coeli Retreat House i Jemez Springs n.m., Tor a week of meditation. It i punishment for disobedience father Smith said. A Hanoi confirms no s invitation to lbs on talks compiled from a and up radio Hanoi said Friday that president to Chi Minh ha4 invited president Johnson to visit North Vietnam Job discuss peace. I the invitation was reported last month by two ministers and a rabbi who had talked with to during visits to Hanoi. Recent deaths me Cuba hints sabotage in Art Mexico City up cuban cargo plane exploded near Mexico City thursday scatter Ingart treasures and communist propaganda leaflets Over a wide area. Investigators said sabotage Wasa possible cause of the Accident which caused the death of All 10men aboard. Authorities said the crash area,16 Miles Northwest of the capital was littered with pieces of Gold Silver table services Cut Glass embroidered tapestries Crystal Oil paintings and porcelain figures along with 6.5 pounds of propaganda material including records. Cuban exile sources said the italian Premier asked to resign Rome a both houses of the italian parliament abruptly suspended sessions Friday amid leftist demands that. Premier Aldo Moro s government suffered a stunning set Back in a Senate vote thursday night on a wage decree. As he began meeting with political Lead ers to discuss his government s future both the Senate and the chamber of deputies postponed their meetings until monday to await Moro s decision. Russian built plane was on a regi ular Art auction flight run by the cuban government of Premier Fidel Castro and carried material Worth an estimated $800,000 including rare Ming dynasty Chi Nese Art works from the Havana Art museum. The Castro government reportedly is Selling off Large quantities of Art treasures mostly seized from the Homes of wealthy cubans who fled the Island year Sago. Most of these goods Are freighted to Mexico City the transferred to Rome for Sale on the Rome or Paris Art Market u.s., Morocco sign pack Washington a the United states and Morocco Fri Day signed a cultural agreement which was hailed by King has san ii As a most decisive step in shaping our cultural Secretary of. State Dean Rusk and Mohamed Cherkaoui moroc co s foreign minister signed the document at the moroccan embassy after a lunch Given by Ahmed Lara i the ambassador of Morocco in Honor of his King and the called the treaty a Public testimony of increasingly close relations Between the two coun tries. The radio Hanoi broadcast referred to cables sent by Bernard-1 Perisher news we a Magazine s Tokyo correspondent and Robert Little of the Columbi broadcasting co. In new York the cables asked he if he had invited Johnson to visit Hanoi As reported the broadcast said the following answer was Given by president to Chi Minh s secretariat on feb. 2 concerning your question Weare authorized to confirm that the statement of Rev. A. M. Muston Jan. 24 broadly reflects the president s White House had no com ment Friday on the radio Hanoi broadcast meanwhile the Vatican reported that to has not yet replied to Pope Paul s direct peace appeals the Pope s personal message wednesday asked that the current truce in Vietnam be turned into negotiations for an end to the War. " president Johnson answered the Pope s Telegram the same reply by Republic of Viet chief of state Nguyen Van Thieu was released thursday. The Vatican press office chief the it Rev. Msgr. Fausto Val lain was asked at a news con Ference if Johnson s reply had pleased the Pope. Msgr. Vallain said there could be no comment because not All responses were received. One of the parties has not responded yet he said. Johnson told the Pope the United states and others were de voting what he called intense efforts to prolong the Holiday cease fire. Thieu said in his message that South Vietnam hoped the truce would be respected better than past cease fires so it can open up prospects for in Saigon Thieu said Friday the leaders of South Vietnam Wel come any peaceful suggestion from anywhere and would not refuse any offer which could Lea to a just and honorable peace in spite of the fact that we Are the victims of the in a lunar new year message to the vietnamese people Thieu said the War continued because the aggressors still use violence to carry out their activities of in Vasion and subversion. Rome a Santiago Lui Cardinal Copello of Argentina died thursday at a Rome Hospi Tal. He was stricken by a heart attack wednesday Argentine prelate 87, was one of the leading cardinals of the roman Catholic Church. As Chancellor of the Church he headed the apostolic chancery at the Vatican that issued letters of canonization and papal bulls on appointments new dioceses another administrative decrees. Francis Asbury Gudger Palm Springs Cal. A Francis Asbury Gudger 89, Hus band of former Broadway Star Marjorie Rambeau and an associate of film producer Samuel Goldwyn died tuesday. Or. Jour Ham Johnson new York apr. Joth Mjohnson head of new York University s department of classic Sand a former president of the arc ideological Institute of Ameri Ca died of a heart attack wed authority on the archaeology of the Mediterranean Johnson,61, had conducted Field excavations in Greece Syria and Italy. Or. Lindsay Beaton Tucson Ariz. A nationally known psychiatrist or. Lindsay Beaton died thursday of a hear attack. At the time of his death Beaton 56, was chairman of the american medical Assn s coun cil on mental health. A of for Safe of $154 a ton London up forget those gags about Coal to Newcastle and hair to Liverpool. Britain is exporting Sand to Egypt. The United Arab Republic has ordered several tons of specially treated Sand at $154 a ton fro the British Industrial Sand co. It will be used to. Help Suez canal authorities determine which Way the canal bed is Drifting. For coif scism of . Industry London up Queen Elizabeth s husband found himself the Center of another Royal Row Fri Day this time Over a speech in which he said he was sick an tired of making excuses for Britain. Prince Philip describing him self As a merchant Prince work ing to boost British exports told500 businessmen thursday no matter where he travelled he was questioned about Britain s Finan Cial woes hard sell abilities la Bor troubles and late deliveries. Only hours after the speech conservative party member of parliament criticized the Prince without naming him for making a speech so critical of British Industry. I am not amused said Geof Frey Hirst tabling a motion congratulating British Industry forts Export performance. Hirst s words were mild com pared to the headlines that blossomed across the front pages of British newspapers Friday. This country needs neither Prince Philip s lectures nor his excuses said the usually very pro Royalty daily express. If he finds making excuses for us abroad so wearisome he should spend More time in his adopted Philip preparing to leave with in a few Days for a lengthy trip that includes visits to Australia Singapore the Middle East and Greece told the businessmen Britain s Export image was not Good. You can quote every British scientific Success since Isaac Newton he said but it sounds a bit hollow when the audience knows the state of our Bank he went Philip said potential customers asked Why British deliveries were so slow and Why Post sales service was indifferent. I m sick and tired of making excuses for our country he added. Pacific stars & stripes 5sunday, feb. 12, 1967

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