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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - October 15, 1967, Darmstadt, HessePage 2 the stars and stripes sunday october 15, 1967 jordanians israelis Swap gunfire twice from a and up dispatches Tel Aviv jordanian gun ners and israeli tanks exchanged fire saturday morning across the River Jordan in two Sharp clashes which marred yom kippur the holiest Day in the jewish Cal israeli Soldier was wounded a spokesman said inthe clash which began when jordanians opened up with Small arms and artillery near sheikh Hussein Bridge in the Centra sector of the Frontier. Israeli tanks were brought Inland Small arms fire also re turned. About two hours late the sector was quiet. Amman charge jordanian military communique accused israeli forces of starting both exchanges of fire according to Amman Amman said israeli fir ing on the Village of sheikh Mohammed wounded seven civil ians including four women an destroyed three buildings. An earlier communique had re ported there were no jordanian 5-year-old boy was reported missing after the clash Accord ing to a later broadcast monitored in communique said israeli forces suffered losses in Bot troops and equipment in the clashes. Vital Border Gate closed at night mexican town pleads with Johnson los Algodones Mexico a when the people of los Algodones need to Call the fir department or get to a Hospital in a hurry they must go across the Border to Yuma Ariz. But the Gate is open Only from8 . To 6 . Then we All turn into pump Kins says Gen. Alberto Mejia Leader of a Campaign to persuade americans to leave the Gate open 24 hours a the last 12 years the mexicans Many pleas have accomplished nothing. In the meantime they say people have died because the . Facilities can t be reached. The mexican Community is 17 Miles from the people now have written a letter to president Johnson asking him to open the Border Point around the or. President said the letter we know you have problems All Over the world. We want your attention a moment to Tell our the letter told Johnson that the 60,000 residents of the mex ican Valley surrounding los Algodones Are Cut off from help at need your hospitals your technicians your schools you Commerce and contacts among our Peoples. Or. Jorge soils one of the doctors serving the area say the question of opening the Gate a a matter of life and nearest Hospital is in Yuma he explains. When someone is injured sick or dying and the Gate is closed behave to jump Che Fence. We run to the Homes of the two american immigration arid Cus Toms officials in Andrade to get them to open the Gate. Sometimes they Are no there. We have lost lives be . Agrees to let Japan build Nike Hawk missile Washington a the United states agreed Friday to allow Japan to produce .Nike Hercules and Hawk anti aircraft missiles under rules de signed to safeguard secrecy of missile $250 million to $300 Mil lion agreement provides for production of both types of mis Siles in Japan but with around40 per cent of the Money being spent in the United states for missile support and auxiliary pact signed in Tokyo costly criticism Beate Klarsfeld 28, her son Arno 2, an the family pet Pieta look Brave for the camera after she was fired As Secretary of the German French youth organization i Paris because of newspaper articles she wrote criticizing Ger Man Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger s nazi background. A would improve the shield that Japan is creating against intruding aircraft officials Nike Hercules is a medium Range surface to air missile capable of knocking out invading bombers As far As 90 Miles away. The Hawk is mainly a Low Altitude surface to air defender and is particularly effective against Craft flying under 5,000 Pentagon said the agree ment provides for production i Japan of three battalions of Hawk missiles and equipment and the production in Japan of Nike Hercules missiles. In Tokyo an announcement said enough Hercules would be produced for two to three Battal ions. Procured in . The Pentagon said support and auxiliary equipment for two battalions of Nike Hercules mis Siles would be procured in the United states. It added another battalion of Hercules equipment will be bought from the unite states in 1972. It was understood the unite states has been training Japa Nese technicians to operate the missiles. Mcdonnell Douglas and Ray Theon . Weapons producers will provide the japanese wit technical assistance on missile production officials Tokyo japanese foreign minister Takeo Miki and .charge d affaires David l. Osborn exchanged documents set Ting Down details of the Accord. Holy Cross College gives girls a thought Worcester mass. A holy Cross College an armale institution since its founding in1843, is experimenting with co from other area colleges spent a full Day thursday attend ing classes with holy Cross Stu dents who did not have Colum bus Day off As the girls schools did. Bloody Battle in Canton reported Hong Kong up a re guard publication smuggled out of China and made available sat urday said forces Loyal to Mao tse Tung fought a bloody Battle last month with anti maoists who attacked and destroyed a big Canton warehouse filled with food and other goods schedule for shipment to North Vietnam. The report said 3,000 anti maoists surrounded the Ware House and opened fire on it with howitzers incendiary bombs and automatic publication said the hours Long Battle turned the whole building into a raging inferno causing the thick Walls to some of the Large build Ings in the warehouse area were gutted it said. The red guard report said the anti Mao forces finally ran out of publication received by diplomatic sources Here was translated and made available to Hong Kong who keep track of Mainland developments said the account of the Canton fighting appeared to be reasonably accurate. The Battle took place in Earl september and was reported previously by travellers reaching Hong Kong from Canton the biggest City in South China witha population of about 2.5 million. Recent reports indicate that the situation in Canton has calmed. Color photos of Earth sent by satellite Washington a the defense department released Friday the first color photo graphs of the full Earth. They were taken by a television camera aboard a satellite orbiting 20,815 Miles above the Earth. The first photograph july 25was made 24 Days after the spacecraft s launching on a Titan 30 rocket. A second was made sept. 20. Both photographs show the Earth As far North As Sweden and South to the Edge of Antarctica. Spain visible Spain and the Mediterranean sea Are visible North of Africa and the Southern part of africans partially visible through Clouds. The second photograph also shows most of South America and is distinguished by a band of Clouds extending from the Andes mountains in the Lowe left of the picture to the Cape of Good Hope on the far right. Each photograph is a compos Ite of three pictures made by the camera through separate Blue Green and red filters. The pictures were transmitted to Howard county md., space communications station of the Johns Hopkins University s applied physics Laboratory. Booms shown the photographs also show one of the satellite s 10 booms painted with special colors for calibrating the Earth photo graphs. The Dodge department of de sense Gravity gradient Experiment satellite has Ablack and White camera with a 60-degree Field of vision Lens Aswell As the second camera with a 22-degree Field which take both color and Black and White and provides a full disc View of the Earth. The satellite is within line of sight o the northeastern United states five Days out of every 12by the end of its first month in orbit it had made More camera film exposures most of them Black and White. It took a while but better late Etc. Hamilton Ohio a there was quite a ceremony when the new Pencil Sharpener was installed in the Butler county courthouse press who cover the court said they sent in a request for it22 years ago. Count officials had no com ment on the delay. Cause the Gate has the Border crossing is manned by t w o . Customs and immigration officers. We Are told the unite states can t afford the expense of hiring four More Border officials at this time said Fay Reeder of the Yuma chamber of Commerce. The . Customs director Tandrade Owen t. Miller substantiates the mexican claim. Efforts to get an american injured in a traffic Accident in los Algodones to the Yum Hospital were stymied recently because of the closed Gate Miller said. By the time the mexicans were Able to get hold of me and get the Gate open the Man no firemen los Algodones has no fir department. When there is a fire residents fire guns to Aler the Yuma fire department. But fire trucks cannot Cross the Bor Der at night. We Are like so Many cinderellas penned in at s u n Down each night says Frank Seymour an american whose general store near Yuma offers the closest pay Telephone it s a shame those people Are locked in like jailbird Gas explosion digs Crater spews fire Aliquippa a. A Large Gas line ruptured with an Earth quivering Roar Friday tearing out a 40-foot Crater and sending a Ball of flame High into the air. Fire chief Joe Unis of the Hopewell township near this Western Pennsylvania Community said the fire was visible for eight to 10 Miles. The fire was extinguished in almost 3j/6 hours. No one was natural Gas co. Said the 20-Inch pipe was a transmission line from West Virginia to Oil City. There was no disruption of service. House blistered miss Francis Kyc whose Home was 200 feet away from the explosion said the flame leaped 300 feet in the air and blistered the Side of her taillights on her family s car were melted she was like a night of terror she netted Down Homes in the area to keep them from burning. The cause was t known. Weather h l 57 38 76 4772 61 63 4679 45 62 45 63 47 60 40 7 31 60 41 0 38 63 37 73 36 67 64 61 39 58 49 s3 58 39 24 85 66 87 72 87 7286 46 77 62 85 622 90 b785 62 . Temperatures Albany Albuquerque Amarillo Atlanta Birmingham Buffalo Casper Chicago Cincinnat Cleveland Denver Dei Mollei Detroit Duluth Al Paio Fairbanks fort Worth Houston Indianapolis Jacksonville Kansas City los Angeles Kansas City Las vegas los Angeles h l 74 36 Louisville 85 64 Memphis 80 64 Miami Beach 63 50 Milwaukee 64 49 mils St Paul 83 to new Orleans 61 48 new York 68 34 North Platte 80 62 okla. City 61 46 poll Delphia 4 59 Phoenix 61 29 Pittsburgh 63 45 Portland me. 62 53 Portland Ore. "41 rapid City 84 32 Reno 67 47 Richmond 68 64 St. Louis 77 39 Salt Lake cite 82 59 san Antonio 73 60 san Diego 76 58 san Francisco 61 53 Seattle 85 68 Shreveport 90 c8 Tucson 64 40 Washington

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