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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 21, 1983, Tokyo, JapanSaturday May 21, 1983 Pacific stars and stripes world 5 20,000 attend funeral of slain Warsaw teen Ager v compiled from wire services Warsaw Poland about 20,000people attended the funeral mass and burial thursday of a High school senior allegedly beaten to death by police. Many wept openly when Bishop said the boy would have to finish his final exam in have been using Force recently to break up Public gatherings but the death heightened anti police sentiment in Warsaw and officer stayed away from the funeral and burial services for 18-year-old Grze Gorz Rzemyk. No police vehicles were visible near the Church or along the route of marchers and Only one polish army jeep was parked nearby. Rzemyk died May 14 from severe internal injuries allegedly sustained in police custody. Sources close to the family have said Rzemyk died Asa result of a police beating and police sources acknowledged that officers May have used excessive Force in detaining him. In a Telegram read by Rev. Bronis Law Dembowski at the end of the mass Lech Walesa former head of the outlawed Solidarity Union said every death is painful but this brutal death is especially dramatic. I am with you in your pain praying. I assure you that this victim will not be forgotten Walesa said tothe teen Ager s Mother Barbara Sadowska a poet who uses he Maiden name. The mourners wept As Rzemyk Grandfather addressed the congregation. Grzegorz was a child of Warsaw he said. He has become a Symbol of polish youth striving for the great Ness and Independence of Dembowski said he was thinking about the unknown persons who carried out the beating. How can on beat so much Awe to the Man who did it. We Trust in god s about 8,000 people gathered at these. Stanislaw Kostka Church for the roman Catholic funeral mass said by Warsaw Bishop Wladyslaw Miziolek. But the crowd appeared to doubles the mourners marching in solemn silence carried the Pine coffin through the streets of Northern War saw to the main Powazki , they joined about 5,000 people already at the who would shout would be regarded As provocateurs the Pas Tor told the crowd in an Effort to Grzegorz Rzemyk avoid any new clashes with the authorities in the weeks leading up to the june 16-23 pilgrimage by Pope John Paul ii. A Warsaw prosecutor has launched an energetic investigation into the death of the teen Ager according tothe official polish news Agency Pap. Thieves grab $1.5m in historic treasures Aylesbury England up burglars have stolen $1.5 million in 18th Century jewelry figurines and snuff boxes from the Rothschild collection at Waddesdon Manor Here. Art experts said the treasures including some items looted from the courts of Marie Antoinette and Louis Xvi of France could be sold Only to someone ready to hide them. Whoever has the stolen property will have difficulty in getting rid of it because no reputable connoisseur would touch it. It s too Well known said Warren Davis National Trust press officer. But detectives said wednesday s pre Dawn theft of 25 18th Century Gold snuff boxes figurines and jewelry May have been carried out to some experts speculated France would be excited about regaining the historic treasures. I m sure the French would be extremely interested in getting hold of what once belonged to them a spokesman for rotheby s auctioneers said. British police ordered an Alert at All airports and seaports thursday to prevent the thieves from smuggling the items out of Britain. Waddesdon Manor 40 Miles Northwest of lon Don is a 100-room French Renaissance style Palace built in the 1870s for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild to House his Superb collection of 18th Century works of Art. The National Trust which inherited the Manor in 1957, describes it As Britain s greatest the thieves scaled Waddesdon Manor an hour before Dawn climbed into an octagonal drawing room and rifled display cabinets before escaping with the Art treasures police said. The burglars triggered an elaborate alarm system but managed to escape police and Security staff who scoured the estate s 160 acres of Parkland. An official from the National Trust said the 25 stolen items were irreplaceable but could be Worth More than $1.5 million. The items were no insured except against breakage. We Don t insure the items against theft because they Are priceless unique and irreplaceable said National Trust spokesman James Monahan. After All you can t ask someone to paint the Mona Lisa fit gets stolen can you the missing Gold boxes had Ceramic lids studded with diamonds and pearls. One of the items was the personal snuff Box of Marie Antoinette which had a lid showing miniature scenes of her journey from Vienna to Paris in 1770 to marry. International Iran denies blast link Beirut Lebanon a Iranon thursday branded As lies allegations that it was involved i last month s bombing of the . Embassy in reported earlier this week that . Intelligence had evidence linking Iran to the bombing. The main incentive behind dissemination of such lies is our firm support of Syria and our condemnation of the shameful agreement on withdrawal of foreign troop Between Israel and Lebanon Iran s news Agency said. Viet refugees land Kuala Bumpur a three boats carrying 222 Viet namese refugees landed thursday in Trengganu state about 180 Miles Northeast of Kuala Bumpur police said. The 92 men 58 women and 72children will be housed in an Island refugee Camp in the sout China sea pending selection for permanent settlement in the United states Canada Australia and other countries. There Are no about 7,000 vietnamese refugees in malaysian Camps Down from speak of 76,500 in 1979. Booze top expense Tokyo a the average japanese worker gets a $164 monthly allowance from his wife for liquor lunch and Golf but 70 percent turn to Bank accounts Orgo Back to their wives for More according to a Survey by japanese Bank. In Japan wives typically manage household finances and Dole outset amounts to their husbands for All their outside expenses. A Bank spokesman said some 70percent of the respondents Man aged to enhance their allowance by about $40 by drawing on Bank deposits or asking their wives forbore. A Bank spokesman said drinking was the largest expense at 46.4 percent of the average allowance followed by lunch 24.4 percent and Golf 24 percent. Tornadoes kill 76 Bangkok a two Torna does killed 76 people and damaged or destroyed More than 12,000houses in Vietnam s Central prov inces of Nghe Tinh and Thanhhoa radio Hanoi reported one hour sunday in Nghe Tinh the winds and Hail caused Aswath of destruction Over an area encompassing 57 villages the radio said. Preliminary reports said that76 people lost their lives and Many others were injured or missing i said. In Nghe Tinh the storm killed 70people, damaged or destroyed 12,000 houses and damaged More than 5,000 acres of Rice the radio said. Another Tornado struck Adja cent Thanh Hoa province on Sun Day blowing Down 190 houses an damaging 700, the radio added. . Yachts freed Managua Nicaragua a three american yachts intercepted by nicaraguan patrol boats after a storm nearly beached them have been released to continue their voyage police in the South Ern port of san Juan Del sur said thursday. One Captain said the yacht would continue on to Pun Arenas Costa Rica As part of a trip that was to take them through the Panama canal and into the carib bean. Sri lankan strife Colombo sri Lanka up government troops thursday guarded against renewed political strife that killed four people and left 500 others homeless during parliamentary elections that consolidated the Rule of president Junius Jayawardene. Special commandos were deployed wednesday to quell shoot Ings and arson that erupted As the polls opened for voting on 18 vacant parliamentary seats. A stat of emergency in the Indian Ocean Island nation was imposed at the close of polling wednesday after noon. Jayawardene s ruling United National party in what was seen As an apparent vote of Confidence inthe group won 13 seats official results announced said. Former Premier Siri Mavo Bandaranaike a opposition sri Lanka Freedom party won three and the people s United front picked up one. The elections were called after Jayawardene who became prime minister in 1977 elections an president under a 1978 constitutional change urged the Resigna Tion of 18 members of his ruling party because they had failed Towin absolute majorities in october 1982 elections. Thais expel soviet Bangkok up Thailand arrested a soviet Trade official thursday for spying and ordered him to leave the country within 48 hours in the latest of a series of expulsions of soviet diplomats around the Deputy prime minister Prachuab Gunthar Anakul said Vic Tor Bary Shev a member of the soviet Union s Trade office i Bangkok was arrested for be Havior incompatible with his duties a diplomatic euphemism for spying. Police said Bary Shev possessed top secret thai government Docu ments when arrest and expulsion order of Bary Shev was the latest in series of expulsions of soviet diplomats from Australia France Britain the United states

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