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Philippines / Aquino Government, Marcos Wealth #309065

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 06, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Aquino government reported claiming ownership of valuables taken to Hawaii by ousted dictator Ferdinand Marcos; details given.

(Manila, Philippines: John Sheahan) Marcos' presidential yacht examined; scenes shown.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Rome, Italy: Mark Phillips) Cardinal Jaime Sin's praise of church's role in Marcos' overthrow said illustrating Catholic church's growing presence in movement for change in Third World. [SIN - appreciated Pope John Paul II's support.] Pontiff's endorsement of reforms in Haiti, Poland, Nicaragua reviewed; credibility of his stand against church involvement in pols. in light of his own activism considered. [Father Jose FUENTES - believes church can't remain isolated.] Chile thought next place where priests will play social role.

Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan;
Sheahan, John

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