Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 11 1967, Page 4

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 11, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Lbs aide hits Price hike by steel firms Washington up the Johnson administration monday steel and Copper prices As Gardner chairman of the presidents Council of economic called on other steel companies not to follow a major producer that the Price of tubular steel products last Ackley also said that anybody who wanted to prevent inflation would greatly last weeks decision by the nations three major Copper producers to raise prices about 2 cents a his statement contained no hint of action by the government to try to hold the line on steel prices or Force a Rollback of Copper Ackley was responding to Price increase announcements by Phelps Anaconda and Ken Newcott Copper companies and Jones and Laughlin steel this is a time when Price restraint by Large corporations with considerable discretion in setting prices can contribute significantly to relieving inflationary pres Ackley turning to Ackley add after a year of cooperating with the government in its efforts to Dampen inflationary three major producers of Domestic refined Copper increased their prices approximately 2 cents a the Copper companies tried to raise prices a year but were forced to tack Down when the government released Copper from the National we recognize that Copper sup ply continues to be and if the companies Long Range sup ply projections Are a higher Price at some time in the future could help balance Supply and on the other said ack the excellent financial re sults these companies have achieved under the previous Domestic Price would have permitted its continuation without hardship to the companies and with Benefit to the stability of costs and Kennicott Copper said the in crease was caused by higher production for teachers new York to sex will be taught to 25 teachers next semester at Lenox Hill the c o u r s in Inay be taken either for c r e d i t or without Columbia University teachers the Columbia announcement said the course in human re production and sex Ial develop ment is designed to prepare teachers in the new York City area for a More Fol role in sex education pro Grams to urge i i recent deaths be Curtis Watkins Garde n e Curtis president and general manager of the Sim plex time recorder and chairman of the Board of the hey Wood Wakefield died sunday after a Short the simplex with head quarters is the worlds largest manufacturer of Industrial time clock with plants and branches in several the Heywood Wakefield is a furniture manufacturing Lindsay Hoben Milwaukee retired editor of the Milwaukee Lindsay died sunday of just a week after his retirement was he been in health for some Hoben joined the journal As a Church news writer 40 years he made one of the first extensive Tours of the soviet Union and j covered the chinese famine of he became editor in Nikolai of Hlopov Moscow a Nikolai the head of one of Moscow leading died Here sunday from cardiac de Tass reported since 1943 he had been chief p t o d u c e r of the Mazakovsky David Good is Philadelphia author of the novel dark passage David died in Phila Delphia at the age of dark passage was once adapted As a film for Humphrey Bogart and Lauren chinese fishermen gather in front of a air Force plane which flew them from Nha Baker jury to be secluded Washington a Federal judge Oliver Gasch took extra Ordinary Steps monday to get and fair and tial jury in the trial of Bobby former Secretary to the senates democratic As the trial opened in District Gasch announced that the jury be locked up each night during the which he said is expected to run from two months to tworan Dahal the judge also asked the jury panel a series of including whether they certain magazines which have carried stories about the 88 onetime confident of Many democratic is charged with income tax evasion larceny and Exma Yor convicted a former mayor of Oak has been sentence to 110 years in Houlihan was convicted of stealing from a widows which he was South to Hong Kong for repatriation to red a radio photo 48 red fishermen Are Back in China Hong Kong american red Cross representatives crossed the Border into red China monday to turn Over to chinese red Cross officials 48 chinese fishermen picked up last month in the Tonkin Gulf by Navy the return of the fishermen in a Friendly ceremony went very smoothly and any according to the two Melville Jewell and who is at Tachi Kawa is from Mon who is based in is from they t a 1 k e d with the chinese red Cross officials just across the chinese Side of the a Small band of people in the waved flags and sh6uted the fishermen arrived at Hong Kongs Faitak International air port shortly after noon aboard a u air Force c130 transport which brought them from Nha South the fishermen spent More than an hour inside a restricted lounge area at the where they shed american Khaki clothing and donned chinese Blue trousers and the two americans described the return of the fishermen at the Border Bridge connecting Hong Kongs lows station with chivas Shu Mcluin we were escorted by Hong Kong police Over the Bridge Anc Mot Halfway by chinese red Cross representatives and a Doxen chinese civilians carrying flags and shouting Schag behind them were about i half a dozen chinese soldiers Anc 25 to 30 civilians also carrying flags and shouting Jewell described the fishermen obviously hardworking simple and honest people who die not even Hong Kong Washington Senate democratic Leader Utike Mansfield plans to Ress again this year to Senate approval of his re for a substantial eduction of troop strength in despite Johnson administration mis the Resolution was introduced ast but never called up for this years version seemed certain to touch off a major for eign policy debate in the at the time he introduced the last Mansfield president Johnson indicated in was on his ther top administration leaders indicated they would rather not be it pass because it would Send Lew tremors through the already Haky nato the Resolution does not spell out How Many american troops should be but mans held said he was talking in terms of pulling out four of the six divisions in Western he said introduction of the re solution had nothing to do with Vietnam War or with the a ions balance of payments Defi i have thought for a decade hat these countries of Western Europe have and should assume their primary re the Montana Democrat or arrives in Hong Kong Hong Kong presidential candidate Barry cold water arrived Here monday on his Way to the Republic of Vietnam and said majority of americans s u p p or t president Johnsons handling of the Viet Nam the former Republican senator from Arizona talked briefly with newsmen at Faitak International Airport shortly after his arrival from Taipei with his he described his tour of the far East As a pleasure and said he hoped to spend a few Days in Saigon with his old Henry Cabot Ambas Sador to a great majority of americans support president Johnson in the Way he is handling the Vietnam Goldwater we will continue to support president Johnson As Long As he handles it in a Way we feel will he said there was less than 5050 Chance for the republicans to come to Power in the next everything depends on whats happening in Gold water if the War should there is Little Chance to topple the Pope is concept of indulgences 4 Pacific stars stripes 1967 Vatican City Paul i monday ordered changes in the roman Catholic Church concept of switching emphasis from the prayers and objects traditionally used to gain them to the personal piety and Good deeds of the indulgences Are either partial or plenary and Are Relief either partial or the temporal punishment of tem poral punishment is the penalty Lor having a penalty that can be paid in this world or in according to Church indulgences have been gained by saying the Rosary and with medals and other religious but Pope Pauls apostolic called indulgent arum do Trina doctrine on now changes among other it holds that it is not just through saying the for that one can gain an rather they Are gained by the Way a per son his Good works and thoughts and the Devotion with recites the according to Giovanni Docu ment to it also establishes that All ing they Are otherwise worthy receive a plenary indulgence on their plenary indulgences could be obtained at death Only by those who had previously received special a person receiving a deathbed plenary indulgence now can go straight to and not first to

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