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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - August 22, 1976, Appleton, Wisconsin Bodies arrive the bodies of maj. Arthur bonifas and it. Mark Barrett received military honors upon arrival at Travis fab Calif., saturday. The two were killed wednesday while heading a Security detail pruning a tree in the demilitarized zone be tween North and South Korea. North korean guards attacked the american offi cers and South koreans with axes and Metal pikes. A wire photo Day past Cre scent 158 pages August 22, 1976 40 cents a Good look this pop eyed monster actually a Frog gets a close look at the camera while affording the viewer equal Chance. He or is it she lives at a Day Camp in Waltham mass. A wire photo fires raging through rally for Bone dry Britain France .111 peace in Ireland fires raged through acres of forests in Bone dry Britain and France Satur Day forcing thousands of vacationers to flee for their lives. Weathermen fore saw no Relief from Western Europe s longest drought in memory. The 15-month dry spell has drained Viking 2 has Landing site Pasadena Calif. A scientists made a final decision saturday to land Viking 2 in the Northern regions of Mars on sept 3, hopeful that the land ing site called Utopia will Harbor some form of Martian life. If All goes Well Viking 2 will touch Down at the Utopia site Between 6. And 8. Cd on sept. 3. The miniature spacecraft will begin its Complex probe of the red planet Miles and half a planet away from its sister ship Viking 1. Reservoirs and parched crops in a Belt from England and Wales to Belgium and Northwest and Central France. Some campers and bathers were evacuated in boats when Forest fires swept toward France s Atlantic Beach North of Royan and Cut off All Overland escape routes. At least other vacationers were in a Beach area farther North around the Village of la Palmyre and vans with loudspeakers toured the streets and tent Camps warning an emergency evacuation might be necessary. Black smoke swirled Over la pal Myre and flames could be seen shoot ing hundreds of feet into the air less than two Miles away. The director of a zoo in la Palmyre appealed to other French zoos to Send him Mobile cages and tranquil izing _ drugs As quickly As possible so he could move his animals including Lions tigers giraffes and hippos. Some 600 animals have been evacuated the zookeeper said but he said he did not have adequate equipment to move the 50 biggest animals. Side tire shortage in area seen cd a look at yesterday s canaries View it s Back to school time and More Section g Shook be mostly sunny with a High from 80-35. Tonight s Low win be i the Tow raid 50s. Monday will be sunny with a High in the mid Tipper 70s. A cafe m Oil Belfast Northern Ireland a thousands of protestants and roman catholics of them women the threats of the Irish re publican army to demonstrate Satur Day for peace in Northern Ireland. The rally in Belfast s Ormeau Park on the Banks of the Lagan River went off without incident and the Ira was conspicuous in its absence. Police estimated the crowd at but inde pendent observers put the number at More than Mairead Corrigan 23-year-old aunt of three children killed aug. 10 when caught in a shoot out Between troops and terrorists appealed to the people of the world to organize similar rallies for peace in Northern in a Short address she noted that women out number men at the demonstration two to one and said it was time the women got their menfolk behind the peace people Campaign to end the violence that has claimed More than lives Over the past seven years in this British province. To show protestants and catholics alike wanted an end to violence mrs. Betty Williams 32-year-old Catholic housewife who launched the Campaign after the killing of the three Young Chil Dren announced that a third rally will be held next saturday in the Shankill Road the heartland of protestantism Here. For most catholics it will be their first venture into the protestant stronghold in seven years. Since the first peace demonstration a week ago. Mrs. Williams has received death threats her House was the target of an arson attempt and the Ira s violent provisional Wing called her an in former. Others prominent in the peace movement Abo received death threats. But on saturday. Belfast had one of its most peaceful Days in recent weeks. Security authorities Sake not a single incident had been reported by Nightfall. Groups carried banners identifying the districts of Belfast they came from catholics from Andersontown. Fails Road turf Lodge protestants from Shankill old Lodge and old Park. It appeared an impressive Dis play of new round Unity in an attempt to end centuries of feud my Between the two religious communities but similar moves in the past have failed the Short rally began with the singing of the 23rd psalm abide with and the reciting of the lord s prayer. Many shops in both protestant and Catholic districts dosed Early so their employees could attend the rally. Shows i a troop Power in Korea Seoul South Korea a the United states staged a demonstration of military Power in and around Korea on saturday at the same time As Allied forces felled a tree that was the Center of the dispute in which North koreans killed two american officers. President Ford personally approved the plan logo in there and Cut the to e White House press Secretary Ron Nessen said saturday at Vail colo., where Ford is vacationing. In the operation an Armada of Warp lanes and troops was poised near the demilitarized zone during cutting of the 40-foot Poplar at the Neutral truce Village of Panmunjom. A. Navy task Force steamed toward Korea. Twenty six helicopter gunships of the kind used in the Vietnam War backed by an unspecified number of f4 phantom and fill Jet fighters and three b52 bombers from Guam circled overhead while a Quick reaction Force of 300. And South korean soldiers protected the tree cutting Al lied military sources said. North korean soldiers at the scene limited their response to shooting photographs but their government accused the United states of a grave military provocation. A Pyongyang broadcast charged that 300 troops including americans in full combat entered the demilitarized zone Doz separating North and South Korea and not Only Cut Down the tree but also destroyed North korean guard posts and smashed barriers. Another 400 Allied troops took combat positions 400 Yards away backed up by five truckloads of sol Diers and a helicopter All creating 6 terrible War the Broad cast said. The Allied sources declining to be identified denied that the combat Force had entered the Doz but did not say How close it approached. The 151-mile-Long Doz was quiet elsewhere but armies on both sides were on the Alert and Washington sources said the aircraft car Rier Midway and its 775 warplanes four frigates and a guided missile Cruz ser were in route from Japan to Korea Pentagon officials have stressed th4t the military moves including earlier reinforcement of Jet fighter units ii South Korea did not foreshadow tary retaliation for the killings las1 wednesday but were aimed at discouraging possible North korean Raj in tary action. The official statement of the uni Teil nations or Allied command sail merely that a unc work party Hail felled the tree and got safely a free for All Between communist and Allied soldiers ending in the two american deaths and injuries on both sides broke out wednesday when the North koreans tried to Stop an Allied team from pruning branches from the tree which the. Command said Hin dered its observation of the North korean Side. Maj. Arthur bonifas 33, and is it. Mark Barrett 25, were axed and beaten to death by North korean guards who seemed to be concentrating on hurting the americans the com Mand said. Nickel suspected in mystery deaths Harrisburg a. Federal scientists in a series of Independent tests have found sufficiently High amounts of Nickel in specimens from people who died of a mysterious disease in Penn Sylvania to warrant further investigation of the possibility that a highly toxic chemical Nickel Carbo nyl caused the disease. Meanwhile the group of scientists at the University of Connecticut medical school who first reported the unusually High Tevels of Nickel in victims of the disease Friday began a new series of tests on specimens from autopsies of the last two deaths in the outbreak. Scientists from both groups testing for Nickel at the Federal Center for Dis ease control in Atlanta and the univer sity of Connecticut medical school in Farmington agreed in Telephone inter views that results of tests to Date Al though inconclusive indicate that Nickel carbonyl could have caused the mysterious disease. Twenty six persons have died and 146 others have been afflicted by the unidentified disease which broke out last month after a state american legion convention was held in Philadelphia. The scientists agree that their re sults Are inconclusive because the High Levels of Nickel could reflect contamination resulting from the use of Metal instruments at the time specimens were collected during the autopsies. Both or. John Liddle of the Atlanta Center and or. F. William Sunderman or. Of the University of Connecticut said their groups were taking Steps to determine whether the High Nickel lev Els were due to contamination or to pre Vious toxic Levels of the Metal in the victims bodies. The scientists said they were making additional tests to determine whether the same samples that had High Levels of Nickel also had High Levels of another Metal chromium. The reason is that stainless steel knives and utensils Usu ally contain both Nickel and chromium. The scientists said that test results 1 showing High Levels of both metals would tend to confirm the theory that Metal contamination was responsible for the High Nickel Levels. However if chromium is not found in High Levels it could strengthen the Case for Nickel As the cause of the mysterious disease. The scientists Are also obtaining More specimens from people who died of causes unrelated to the mysterious disease in Philadelphia and other areas in Pennsylvania next Cut and Georgia As controls further tests. We have test result values that dictate it Nickel carbonyl could be the cause of the problem and until study it further we cannot Rule it Liddle a Lexicology is at the Center disease control said. I if positive test results Are obtained and if the chromium analyses Are in conclusive then questions could arise about the need to exhume bodies so that specimens could be obtained with Plas tic or Glass utensils. And health officials Are puzzled about where the Nickel carbonyl came from if the tests show it to be the cause. God knew what to make me Tampa Fla. A Frances Voges says she s faced a lot of crises in her life As the world s fat test woman but she always counts her blessings. God gave me so Many Good things. I m not Blind or crippled and i have says the 56 year old Mother of three children. She weighs 826 pounds. For years she worked the Side shows As baby Frances and was listed in the guinness Book of world records. She is not in the current listing she says because she has t worked since her 822-Pound part Ner. Jack Connor died several years ago. I still weighed 826 pounds about four years ago. That was the last time i weighed myself Cid it was on the baggage Scales at an says mrs. Voges. She was the smallest of five Chil Dren born to her parents. She weighed 6 pounds. 2 ounces at birth. When she was 16. Doctors gave her six months to live. She was in labor with her first child for three weeks and unconscious for five Days after delivery. Three of her children died the other three Are Normal and she has been married several times. Mrs. Voges. 5-foot-l, says her Waist is 73 inches her calves 64 inches. Mrs. Voges has been through several operations. In each of the crises doctors shake their Heads with doubt Over her Chance for sur Vival. But she survives. I just Tove she said. I guess god knew what to Nike me Frances Voges spa erf

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