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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 8, 1967, Tokyo, JapanMom with machine gun robs 20 Banks in year Montreal a a tiny Mother of two who police say can handle a machine gun like a commando is the most sought after Bank robber in Quebec wanted on warrants by provincial and National police in suburban Montreal North the 27-year-old woman dubbed by detectives As machine gun Molly struck again time it was a credit Union in the City s East end where she and two hooded men escaped with $9,000.police say the woman is estimated to have participated int least 20 Bank robberies in the last year in the Montreal Region and in Quebec City. Two weeks ago she was identified As one of a four member gang that robbed Banks in Mont real North and nearby St. Leo Nard within an hour. Standing just Over five feet and weighing less than 100 pounds she turned robber shortly after her husband was sent to prison for armed robbery police her first few jobs she was just the Driver of the getaway Butsh ecar said a the boys Savy How could handle a machine gun and what icy nerve she had the promoted her to no. 2 position inside the detectives say another fring Benefit of having her along is that she often drives the second car used in robberies Wither two Young children aboard. The Guys Transfer the loot and guns from the first get away car to hers say the detectives. Now who is Ever go ing to Check a car with another and two kids in it giant Russ f and suspect Arm new Light station off . Resting firmly on four steel legs the new Ambrose Light station makes its appearance 7.4 Miles off Sandy Hook . The new station will replace the historic Ambrose lightship Back ground in october. A radio photo tiny Caribbean Island set to repel invaders san Juan puerto Rico up armed men patrolled beaches and barbed wire was stretched across a single dirt Airstrip sunday As Anguillana continued to fortify their 35 Square mile Caribbean Island to protect their re declared Independence. President Ronald Webster who was contacted by a newly installed radio link to the . Virgin islands said he had just held in heists of 100 stores new York a bail of$450,000 has been set in Brooklyn criminal court for six allege members of a gang police say held up about 100 supermarket sin the new York City area. Judge Michael Saytanides set bail of $100,000 each for Lawrence White 32, and his wife Willette 20, and bail of $75,000 each for Robert Sim Mons 35, and Rita Jones 20. Al four Are charged with receiving stolen property and illegal pos session of firearms. Held in $50,000 bail each on stolen property charges Are Leonard Blount 35, and Diane Robinson 21. The six All from Brooklyn were scheduled for a hearing wednesday. Returned from the neighbouring dutch Island of St. Maarten. He said he met a British representative who tried to Sway me to accept the agreement worked out by former president Peter Adams in Barbados last Mon Day. Webster who did not identify the British mediator said he totally repudiated the peace agreement which would have brought Anguilla Back into federation with larger St. Kitts. Webster said Anguilla was Calm but that defences would be strengthened to protect against a possible invasion directed by St. Kitts. He reported that Adams who worked out the Barbados peace agreement and who was ousted by Webster returned briefly to Anguilla Friday. Webster said Adams had been allowed to re turn to explain his position. Copter Falls 9 die Marseille a a huge soviet built Mil Mi-6 helicopter crashed sunday on its first mis Sion hoisting water to a Forest fire. Firemen reported nine per sons were killed including five russians. The copter with a French invented bucket system had been dumping 12 metric tons of water at a time on a fire not far from the sea. The copter part of whose Crew was russian had been adapted to the French system of dipping water out of the sea and shuttling it to the Brown Inland Hills which every season produce sometimes spectacular but Seldom disastrous fires. First reports said the copter s fuel was ignited during a sweep Over the fire. According to witnesses the copter exploded upon Impact starting another fire. Jane s All the world s air Craft says the Mil Mi-6 is the largest copter flying anywhere in the world. In setting up numerous records the Mil Mi-6 has lifted payloads up to 44,350 pounds. Its fuselage is just under 109 feet Long. In hippie murder san Francisco up police late saturday night arrested the Driver of a car belonging to a slain san Francisco hippie. The victim s severed right Arm was found in the Back seat. Eric Frank Dahlstrom of san Francisco was arrested in Sebastopol 55 Miles North of Here by police who responded to an All Points bulletin. Officers found the Arm wrapped in a Black and red suede cloth that san Francisco homicide inspector John Fotinos said was taken from the Haight Ashbury apartment of the slain hippie John Carter an unemployed Arm had been missing since Carter s body stabbed 12times, was found in his apart ment thursday night. A blood smeared bread knife was found in the said the amputation be Low the Elbow was proves cloudburst floods . Area new York a a torrential rainstorm hit the metro Politan new York area saturday night flooding Bridges Park signal and probably occurred ways and cellars knocking Down h Kong police find red bombs Hong Kong up four homemade bombs were found in Hong Kong and Kowloon sundays leftists kept up terrorist activities to harass the Public. But police and military explosive experts detonated the bombs harmlessly. Reports from the China Hong Kong Border said All was quiet sunday following an incident saturday at the Mankato Bor Der Junction. There chinese workers attacked and disarmed a gurkha Soldier and a police Man. After Carter s was brought Here jailed and booked on suspicion of re through questioning him said Fotinos who declined to say what inspectors Learned. Well discuss the Case with the District attorney to see if we have enough evidence for the filing of formal All Points bulletin by san Francisco police said Dahlstro was armed with an automatic pistol and should be considered officers found the pistol but said Dahlstrom offered no said police also found $2,657, believed to be part of about $3,000 belonging to Carter. Trees and overhead wires an delaying hundreds of commuters. Some overseas and Domestic flights at Kennedy and la Guardia airports were number of planes stacked up above Kennedy were diverted to Baltimore Boston and Washington to be refuelled and return to new York. The weather Bureau said Al most three fourths of an Inch of rain had fallen in the 12-hour period ending at 8 . Police received hundreds of Calls but one precinct on Staten Island had its own prob Lem. It informed police head quarters that six inches of water had accumulated in the cellar of the station House. Ease curb on red officials Washington up state department officials have Dis closed that the United states has made modest reductions in its travel restrictions for soviet Citi cons and East european diplomats. The reductions were in response to similar reductions a year ago in the soviet reduction leaves less than one fourth of the United states off limits to russians and evenness to East european Diplo Mats. There Are no restrictions on travel by East european citizens. War statue compared of to Jima prof o Elpaso Tex. Up Viet Nam Monument the work of a23-year-old sex Marine attracted most of the attention saturday at an Art exhibit in this Border statue is of a Marine clutching a Rifle in one hand while the other hand reaches for a vietnamese Mother. The woman Waist deep in water holds a child in one Arm and another is tied to her took Richard Crook about three months to fashion the 9% foot 1,800-Pound statue from Hydro plastic Marine officials think the statue May wind up in Washington which would not Hurt the budding career of Crook a former student of the Art students league in new York. The Marine corps has taken about 50 pictures of it and Marine sgt. W. C. Tidd said there has t been anything like it since the prize win Ning photograph of the Flag Rais ing at iwo could t work too fast be cause i had to wait for one Section to dry before i could work on the next he Marine Reserve unit helped him move it from the family garage where it was made to Bassett Center for the exhibit. It is the first modelling i be done Crook said. I usually work in Stone. Stone you sub tract from but modelling you have to add to he said. Pacific stars & stripes 3 tuesday August 8, 1967

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