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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 28, 1967, Tokyo, JapanSyria blasts talks Jerusalem Israel up Syria thursday denounced a United nations announcement of syrian israeli agreement to restore Border peace which Israel had hailed As possibly setting the stage for More significant Frontier accords. A monitored broadcast by Damascus radio blasted signs of israeli optimism and cast Shadow Over a second crucial session of syrian israeli commission meetings which were the first Between the two nations in eight turbulent years. Maj. Gen. Odd Bull of Norway chief of the . Truce supervision organization unto announced after the first session wednesday that the Arab an jewish states had reaffirmed their commitments to refrain from clashes on their 48-mile common Frontier. Israeli officials while caution ing against Over optimism saw inthe announcement the hint of pos sible More significant accords and the second commission ses Sion was scheduled for sunday. The Damascus radio broadcast ignored Bull s announcement and said Syria would Settle for nothing other than the Complete libera Tion of what is now syrian broadcast accused Israel of overstepping the Agenda at wednesday s meeting and try ing to bring up the Palestine question As a whole a move Israel had expected from Syria at the talks. Pope eases ban set Cardinal Vatican City a a ban against catholics taking part in protestant interfaith services income was reported thursday to have been partly lifted on order from Pope Paul i. The ban by a conservative Itali an Cardinal had been seen As a blow to the Unity cause that the pontiff has repeatedly said he favors. The reversal was expected to Clear the Way for permission for future joint programs in dioceses far from Rome have been giving such permission for several years. Authoritative sources said the Vatican secretariat of state re versed in one but not All of three local cases a ban imposed last week by Alfredo Cardinal of tavini s congregation for the Doc Trine of the Faith formerly the Vatican holy office. The sources said Pope Paul was distressed when he read of the ban and had insisted it be re versed. Nicaragua jails key rebel Leader publisher arrested amid new violence mrs. Mercedes Vargas sobs into a handkerchief As she and other mothers of Young people arrested in Managua gather across the Street from the prison wednesday. A radio photo Managua Nicaragua up a top figure in the government opposition was jailed thursday As violence flared anew in politically turbulent Nicaragua. Taken into custody on a court order was Pedro Joa Quin Chamorro. Editor and publisher of the opposition newspaper la Prensa closed earlier this week by govern ment edict. He was reported under investigation for his role in last sunday s disorders. Chamorro is an executive of the inter american press Assn. Pap which Only wednesday protested the closure of la Prensa in a Cable to the nicaraguan government. Chamorro is a member of Lapa s press Freedom committee. The arrest came after gunfire rattled in the streets of Managua wednesday night and Early thurs Day after police set up roadblocks at entrances to the City an searched cars and occupants. At least three persons were re ported injured when police broke up demonstrator with gunfire and tear Gas. At least 40 persons were killed and160 wounded in the earlier disorders in which including c h a m a r r of seized the downtown Gran Homeland held foreigners hostage Pend ing a Only 10 Days to go before Nicaragua holds scheduled feb.5 elections violence was expected to increase. The opposition conservative party is running Fer Nando Aguero As its presidential candidate. The government s lib eral party the country s Princi pal political Force is backing Somoza or. As its candidate. In an election rally statement wednesday night Somoza said he accepted what he termed the opposition Challenge to violence. He accused Aguero of being linked to Castro communists and said the opposition was Given it by the gov said he was willing to risk his life in the defense of the government. I won t hide out in a hotel like criminal he said. And i won t take As hostages nuns preg Nant women children and foreign ers. Presidential candidate Gen. Anastasio Somoza said at a news conference that he believes communist infiltrators were behind the bloody clashes in Managua. A radio photo Russ expel immoral american better never than late fort Worth Tex. Up wednesday one month after Christmas someone finally landed on the roof of Emile Denke s House. Denke and his wife had just turned off the television when they heard a noise on their roof. A Small foreign built car skidded off the Road on a Hill behind Denke s House and landed on the attached garage. The Driver was not injured. A nicaraguan National guardsman is silhouetted against Clouds of tear Gas in downtown Managua after troops clashed with Man was killed and two wounded. A radio photo Moscow up the soviet Union has expelled an american citizen on charges of importing pornography and anti soviet literature dealing in Black Market currency drinking and immoral behaviour a soviet newspaper said thursday. Komsomol Skaya pravda Organon the Young communist league identified the american As Law rence Schepp a staff member of the Bell Telephone co. Studying at the mathematics Institute of the soviet Academy of sciences under a cultural Exchange pro Gram. American embassy official confirmed that Schepp the soviet Union Early this Mont hand that the soviet government had declared him an undesirable person shortly after his de parture. Over 600 dead in Rio floods Rio de Janeiro a the death toll from floods which ravaged this City and surrounding areas this week climbed past 600 thursday a spokesman for Therio de Janeiro slate government announced. He said there were605 dead in his state alone. It was the first official announcement including a casually figure since Rains began Pound ing this Region monday. Some Rio newspapers have reported Adeath toll of up to 800. Pacific stars & stripes saturday Jan. 28, 1907

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