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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - September 26, 1966, Bakersfield, California Kern county fair opens today Zzz is 69 4 Sirn the Heather Bleb i>�>�rd3t Low today expected High today expected Low tomorrow Sunset 6 48 p m. Sunrise 6 48 rainfall Seaton total Trace season Normal .03 last tear ,40 Isabella dam Reservoir 91.209 acre feet Kern River flow in 135 cos chit 312 cos continued fair with variable both thin cloudiness today through tuesday night slightly warmer temperatures Light winds occasionally to to 15 mph Ile Ime Miell Layfon Piatt vol. 80 to cents per copy $2.00 monthly delivered Bakersfield California monday sept. 26, i966 three sections 36 pages no. 49 Kern production agriculture $349315.109 assessed value ss33.b30.310 Bank deposits s3.5b.156.000 building permit $51,477,131 Petroleum s312.k7.s0> population 333- 3 of telephones 147.929 Kern county Board of Trade figure second class postage paid in Baker Field. California. Published daily except Munday by the Bakersfield californian at 1797 Eye Street. Send form 3579 change of address to . Box 449. Bakersfield. Can of. Typhoon Viet kills 193 persons Nosey Jet intrusion sax Francisco a a huge Pacific air lines jct taxiing up to unload at san Francisco International Airport sunday crashed six feet into a concourse. No oho was Hurt. George Galvin a pal executive said that Brake failure was a possible cause of the Accident. Some .30 persons waiting at Gates 34-36 of concourse d saw the ?0-ton 727 approach and scattered before the planes nose nato and Money the cockpit broke yet crunched underneath concourse windows. The plane flight 212 from los Angeles. Carried 130 passengers. One Wing wrapped around a vertical steel beam. Peter Richards ticket agent tor Pacific Southwest airlines said he saw i he Jet Roll up at about 20 Miles an hour. He said there was no dip As is usual when brakes Are applied. Death toll expected to climb thousands left without Homes fierce Battles take big toll of reds lbs and Erhard begin round of talks today by Alfred Krusenstjern although announcement of a it Clear several times that up a pres new agreement for wants West Germany in space continue such purchases Washington Idem Johnson and West Ger German cooperation in space continue Man Chancellor Erhard open a was expected to come during the agreement expire two Day round of talks today on the talks the discussions were the problems of nuclear Strate More Likely to Center on one 2v the future of nato and on subject a Money. Tokyo up a Japan dug out from its worst storm lashing since 1959 today and officials feared deaths from the two Day pounding by typhoons Ida and Helen would swell to More than Roo. National police said 1t>3 persons were confirmed killed and 123 persons were missing and feared dead. Tile storms j sent too mile an Holt a winds and torrential Rains whipping across the populous Tokyo area. I o ii r ii i ii g off massive mudslides overturning ships in Tokyo Bay and even washing a it mall resort hotel out to sea. I Ida v As the worst of the two and hit in the Tokyo area near it famed it. Fuji. Helen roared to across the southernmost Island after of Kyushu inundating Homes under tons of mud. Teacher and pupils at Narimasu elementary school for american dependents in Tokyo clean their classroom today after winds of typhoon Ida ripped off the roof sunday. The National death toll was estimated at 197, with 123 missing and nearly 1,000 injured. A wire photo Malaysia seeks Viet peace talks South vietnamese troops score major Victory in flooded Delta Saigon up a . And Allied forces battled communists from the flood ravaged Mekong Delta to the Northern frontiers in a series of clashes that left 209 enemy dead and 161 captured officials said today. South vietnamese troops claimed one of their biggest victories of the War in weekend Battles against guerrilla forces in the Southern a a Rice bowl provinces of an Xuyen and Bac lieu they killed 156 Viet Cong and captured 68. Tvs. Marines supported by b52 raids in the demilitarized i zone swept along the Northern Frontier in operations aimed at spoiling communist plans for a massive offensive in South Viet names Northern provinces. 60p offers Antipoverty program they killed 58 North vietnamese regulars in a bitter seven but Erhard was expected Tell the president that Germany is not aide the Money in this Rase is the continue then United nations Only. Demands for a reorganized hour fight sunday. Apr the Deputy prime min United nations kazak said Foristell of Malaysia asked All other Mesa United j0 thousands were left homeless . Members today to help get main a member of the w pct anal fair Page was in the millions a peace conference of a eth in nations while Mainland of dollars. Mediate parties to the War in could be admitted to the . Military officials said Viet Nam anywhere the storm had done from s3 to at the . Speaking in he station 20 general debate he would Miles West of Tokyo. The maintenance of . Troops n Propp the Money in this Rase is the continue them at anywhere the storm liar the chief executive who Dollar Drain caused by the the present annual level of million damage returned from a weekend of maintenance of More than about s6<.� million. It was Katsugi naval air relaxation at his Texas ranch 200, xxx . Troops in West understood also that he would Miles West of Tokyo. Also urged u Thant of Burma to threat to the peace Progress Eek a reduction of about 50 Ner a aaa ,.came Luud Kcjr it cd . A Juv i a Vui Lvuv a Erhard Washington apr republicans arc ready with their own Antipoverty plan today As Hmil be allowed to red Tlle entra1 Hughl ads the administration s much critic South korean in font a it men took cozed program finally reached Chin in 3 a quote Gueni a Force near die House floor. A Phil cat Mountain and killed 9_ House Republican Leader wan al1d captured of sending the Gerald r. Ford says the Gap Iza Tion it so agrees. Toll in their four Day old Lotis in Southeast Asia he operation fierce Tiger ass emmy s declared a the Vici Nam con ski Ltd an j 93 captured. Annul kazak filet poses a real and proximate 1 1 the stepped up ground action in an interview the gop s so says plan would Cost the government 14 Les Tolian half As much. The Michigan Republican said an Early today was to Greet Germany. Under a current two amp. Formally at the White year agreement expiring next cent i Homes and other facilities was eral hailed the recent end of about $500,000 in damage to continue As . Secretary Gen safety and Security of the whole u in pc an Thor far lit of Etc Wasfy Rel Hail it the up Pant pah of j pm Juu a let House. The Chancellor arrived june 30, the germans Are West German s o u r c e s said j reported at Camp Zama and indonesians War against main Washington saturday. Committed to buying $1.35 Erhard did not intend to another .$,300,000 at the Sagami lays a and welcomed undone Johnson was scheduled to billion Worth of . Arms to renounce the agreement but depot both near Tokyo. Islam a impending return to the sary meet Erhard at 11 30 . Offset this outflow. Would ask Johnson for a Edt. The United states has made vision of its form time sequence and they said that to fulfil the current agreement West German y would have to buy about $650 million Worth of arms Between now my next june 30 and this she is not Able to do. Erhard German foreign Berlin a Western allies releasing Hess so the prison minister Gerhard Schroeder have proposed to the soviet in could he closed Down. When the land detente minister Kai Uwe san Francisco apr the Rev. A. Cecil Williams who Ion that part of berlins huge j russians rejected that idea the von Hassel met sunday night says too Many worship services Are Dull invited Dick Gregory Spandau prison be closed to Western allies suggested closing with Secretary of state Dean sunday to preach at Glide memorial methodist Church. The Rev. Save operating costs after two at least part of the prison. So Rusk undersecretary George Williams new minister of worship and evangelism at Glide do of the three remaining War far the russians have not re Ball and George Mcghee that a if you want to understand and respond to the ornate released plied. Ambassador to Bonn. Cia issues of the world you have to know what a going on. A Vve re going to have an it a in Pitt. A a in a mime a Uji mfr or Hmmon in a a a Komi a 4 them interpreted by modern Razak said Malaysia would As . Pilots Nam sunday missions pounding transport hit North called equal Opportunity Bill with 127 would Cost about $1.75 billion of which $750 million would be allies propose closing part of Spandau prison a continue to take every Neon Tio Quot and st0rahge a paid by to Siam a impending return to the Sarv and appropriate initiative of Horn and a Quot the men a and private Yamanashi prefecture to the United nations. Open to it on a comprehensive Hanoi and Haiphong areas. See typhoon Page 2 deploring communist China a basis to seek an asian solution to the comic preaches to of methodists the administration Bill. Which an air Force f105 Thun would carry the War on poverty kerchief was shot Down during into its third year would Cost a it should be left to the Par the sunday raids the 386th . $1.75 billion a All in Federal ties involved to find a formula plane downed Over the North funds. To solve their problems and our is Pilot was listed As missing. Ford said the gof plan to he efforts should be directed solely by tile South . Pilots introduced this week is a conto bringing them together not battered two enemy companies Crete example of the Republic to suggest much less impose a they caught in the open and cans drive to Cut Federal spend solution a Razak said. Also helped heat off an attack ing. He said cuts Are imperative Razak. Foreign minister against marines just South of a because of the Johnson hum see peace Page 2 see War Page 2 j see poverty Page 2 crimes prisoner next Friday. Completing their 20-year sentences sept. 30 Are former German armaments minister Albert Speer by. And sex Hitler youth Leader Baidar von Schirach 59. The Only remaining prisoner in the six acre prison will be onetime nazi Deputy fuehrer Rudolf Hess 72, who is serving a life sentence imposed during the Nuernberg War crimes trials. A British spokesman said Fri a that Britain. Fiance and the United state. First asked the russian ii they would agree to Reader Index dancers and jazz minister added. In it sic the Page Sec. Classified. 31 3 comics 30 3 i i editorial 22 2 features. 23 2 j local Section 13 2 markets. 35 3 Oil 35 3 radio to i sports. 18 2 Heaters. La i to. To i women s 25 children in a Mekong Delta Village in Chou Doc province Southwest of Saigon play in flood Waters. About 20,000 vietnamese were reported homeless with thousands More facing evacuation. A wire photo Gregory is a night club entertainer vegetarian and pacifist As Well As a negro civil rights Leader. A you know the nature of spontaneous combustion a he asked. A you put dirty Greasy rags in a closet with no circulation of air and you re going to lose your a the negro ghettos in America Are the dirty Greasy rags a he continued. A that dirty Greasy rag will bring Down your $2 million mansion. You re going to have to solve this problem very he also said a minister would Lead a Man to the electric chair and then say a thou Shalt not i the entertainer also declared that a if i Don t want to go into the army All i have to do is kill one Man. And the army wont take me to go to Viet Nam. To kill the Viet he recalled that he had objected to his Mother telling him to say the lords prayer when see Glide Page 2 or. Martin Luther King right chats with or. A. Dale friers Indianapolis ind., executive Secretary. International convention of Christian churches or. Robert g. Storey Dallas former vice chairman of . Civil rights commission and the most Rev. John j. Wright Bishop of the Romon Catholic diocese of Pittsburgh po., left to right on his arrival in Dallas yesterday. Or. King spoke As port of a panel at the Assembly of the International convention of Christian churches disciples of Christ. A pwn a japanese t i

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