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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 24, 1967, Tokyo, JapanUnneeded nose stays in Freezer North Allerton England up police Here have a deep Frozen nose to spare. They believe it belongs to Acar crash victim in Leeds hos Pital but Hospital officials said saturday night a reconstruction of the nose has been made an the patient s condition is Satis fac picked up the nose tip near the wreckage of a sport scar that hurtled through the Cen Ter strip on the great North Road Friday night. The Driver apparently had been rushed to Hospital by the time police arrived so they picked up the nose and put it in a deep freeze at Friar age Hospital reported they had found a patient in the Leeds Hospital with an injury consistent with this Type of Accident but hos Pital authorities said they had re built the damaged nose without the missing part. Buried alive Mark Rohrs. Tampere Finland up bearded Zerneri Vii Llos 48, sunday emerged from a moist grave six feet below ground at a gardeners Hothouse Here to claim a world record in grave dwelling. Vii Llos buried last sunday remained in his wooden Cage for 170 hours. The previous record of 103 hours was set by an Irish dockworkers. Vii Llos said the worst thing abut the week underground was water which tended to seep into his Spain Hunts Assassin suspect Madrid up police have issued a warrant for the arrest of a 40-year-old algerian on suspicion of being the Man who assassinated algerian opposition Leader Mohamed Kinder reliable police sources said sunday night. Khiller former treasurer of the algerian National liberation front fun who was believe to have control of fun funds estimated at $12 million was shotto death outside his Madrid Home in exile Jan. 3. The Spanish police sources said the Man now the object of nationwide Hunt is Youssef Dakh mouche a jeweler born in Algeria. They said they had no indication of Dak mouche s political affiliations or the motive for the kill ing. The sources said police had established that Dak mouche had visited Spain several times Las year his last Date of arrival be ing dec. 14. He vanished fro the Small Madrid Rooming House where he was staying Jan. 3, the Day of the assassination. After 19 Days of investigation everything tends to indicate that Only one Man was involved the sources said. Cellophane bans bomb Killeen Tex. A a Quick thinking policeman kept a crude bomb from exploding saturday after employees had thrown it outside a department store. The policeman Charles Mitchell shoved cellophane from a Cigar package into the mechanism. The dynamite bomb was Dis covered after a Man telephoned Gibson s department store to say it must be a Dud since it was to have exploded Friday. After the employees tossed i outside they called police and a demolition team. When Mitchel arrived he found the Mechan ism hooked to an inexpensive pocket watch had begun ticking. A plainclothes policeman takes a demonstrator by the during the arrests of 23 who walked out of new York s St. Patrick s Cathedral during mass to protest Francis Cardinal Spellman s Vietnam Victory statement. A radio photo Vatican blasts charge that Pius aided massacre Vatican City up a High Vatican source monday denied As a vicious lie an american author s charges that the late Pope Pius Xii knew the nazis in tended to massacre 335 italians and made no Effort to save death in Rome to be published Jan. 30, Ameri can author Robert Katz charges that Pius participated at East by his silence in 1944 Ger Man reprisal slayings in Rome. A4 a ,. _ in other words it must now be Ivi Ivy to i q said Pope Pius Xii chose to do 1v1 of nothing in full awareness that Wheeler to ask billions action by him might prevent the reprisal writes Vatican source maintained that Pius did not know the Ger mans intended to kill those peo ple. It is a vicious lie to say that he he said the Vatican first learn Dol the massacre As it was taking place. Word was brought to the Vatican from priests in the san Calisto Grotto near the massacre scene after they heard the shooting the source said he had no tread Katz Book and that he did not have the documents to Dis prove the author s Contention. But i am sure that the Vatican will respond probably through Osse Vatore Romano the Vatican newspaper after the Book has been published. It will be simple to disprove he added because it is an maintains that Pius knew about the massacres beforehand and remained silent because he feared a popular insurrection the establishment of radically 1 e f t Wing anti racist Power in Rome and. The possible destruction of the Vatican City quake hits Tashkent Moscow a the Sovie Central asian City of Tashkent where More than 200,000 person lost Homes in Strong earthquakes last year Felt a mild quake Sun Day Tass reported. The quake registered 4 on the 12-Point scale used Here. No damage was re ported. Wilson to press common Mart bid London up prime min ister Harold Wilson flew to France sunday for crucial talks wit French leaders on Britain s new bid to join the 6-nation european common Market. Wilson went first to Strasbourg where he was to make a major address monday to the Consulta Tive Assembly of the 18-nation Council of Europe. On monday night Wilson was to loin foreign Secretary George Brown in Paris for All important encounters with president Charles de Gaulle s officials tuesday an wednesday. Vietnieks hit Spellman on War 23 held for disrupting mass new York up Twenty three demonstrators who protested Francis Cardinal Spellman Scall for Victory in Vietnam by walking out of St. Patrick s Cathe dral during sunday mass were arrested for disturbing a religious service. The 15 men and 8 women also were charged on a number of other counts including unlawful entry enabling police to put them through the full photograph and Finger print process used in Book ing a suspected 3,000 worshippers were present in the roman Catholic Cathedral during the 10 . Mass when the demonstrators unveiled photographs and placards and walked out. The photographs purported to show victims of . Bombing in Vietnam. The placards bore such slogans As Cardinal Spellman As a Catholic i protest your sup port of genocide against the Viet namese the Cardinal himself was Notin the Cathedral when the walkout occurred. New York cabbie killed in rash of taxi holdups new York up two Newyork taxi Drivers were held up at knife Point and robbed Earl sunday while special police patrols and Decoy cabs circulate through the City in an Effort to end the recent rash of attack against the cabbies. The two Drivers were uninjured another Driver was shot to death Friday night during a hold up and another was shot and critically injured saturday during a Holdup. A third Driver was robbed saturday but escaped injury. Drivers have threatened to quit working until the crime spree ends. A police detail which had been guarding an anti Spellman picket line of about 25 demonstrators across 5th ave. From the Cathedral arrested members of the group a they came out. Police made no Effort to inter Fere with the sidewalk pickets. Msgr. Thomas Mcgovern a spokesman for the new York archdiocese said the walkout was a violation of the House of god and a violation of our constitutional right of religious a spokesman for the demonstrators said they walked out of a Catholic Church in the midst of ceremony not out of disrespect for that Church and that ceremony but out of disrespect for Cardinal the group in the Church an the pickets outside Are members of a so called and hoc committee formed to protest Spellman s re Marks during a Christmas visit to Vietnam in which he praised . Fighting men and urged the to seek total Victory As a Means to peace. Washington a the administration enters committee bids with Congress monday forbore billions to fight the Vietnam War and for approval of a move intended to ease tensions with the soviet Union. The Money request probably will draw some sniping from con firmed critics of president John son s asian policy but there s no question the funds will be provided. The request for approval of consular treaty with. Russia is expected to stir much More formidable opposition. Defense Secretary Robert and general Earle g. Wheeler head of the joint chiefs of staff will testify before a combined closed session of the sen ate armed services committees and the Senate defense appropriations subcommittee they will ask an immediate$9.4 billion to meet mounting Vietnam costs this fiscal year and some $73 billion for the de sense department in the fiscal year beginning july 1. Senators opposed to policies tactics and conduct of the South East asian War Are expected to fire critical questions. Secretary of state Dean Rusk and his Deputy under Secretary of state Nicholas Katzenbach will ask the Senate foreign re lations committee at a Public hearing to approve a pact with soviet Russia to permit expansion of consular facilities in both nations. Signed in 1964 and sent to the Senate in 1965, this agreement has been kept in cold storage by Strong opposition supposedly aided by Fri director j. Edgar Hoover. Hoover said additional russian enters in this country would expand espionage facilities an make defense Security More difficult. 2 Matisse statues stolen Philadelphia a two Bronze statues by Henri Matisse valued at $13,000 were stolen sat urday from the Rosenbach museum police reported. Director Clive Driver who live above the museum in Midtown Philadelphia discovered the theft saturday afternoon police said. He said that one statue 6inches High is of a woman in a crouched position. He valued stat $8,000. The other 4 inches High is of a woman s head and i valued at $5,000. Pacific stars & stripes 3 tuesday Jan. 24, 1967

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