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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 10, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Ablaze Lake of a huge Oil refinery near Here blew up like a King size bomb Early killing three men and posing a disaster three men were for fires raged unchecked within the sprawling million cities service heating dangerous High octane units perilously near the Flash a company spokes Man said the flames were believed confined and the danger Ous capable of a blast which would level everything for a Quarter mile officials said Plant damage would be in the millions but that no accurate estimate was pos sible pending a full Survey Over the next few during the tense Early hours continued on Back 2 Star an authorized publication of the armed forces in the far East ipes 221 five Star edition i n 22 a b to 21 q 1967 House oks crime by Washington up the House tuesday approved a million ant crime Bill after Call ing for highest priority for pre venting and controlling violent civil disorders and organized the vote was 377 to democratic supporters of the administration tried in vain against a coalition of republicans and southerners to keep emphasis on Federal Aid for the general modernization of local Law with control vested in the attorney in a series of amendments to president Johnsons the House added Mil lion specifically for anti riot training and equipment and placed use of most of the million in the hands of Gover the Bill would authorize a oneyear Start at improving police forces across the the administration has estimated the program will Cost Bil lion a year by the million for anti riot proposed by James Ohara is in Addi Tion to a Bill passed by the House last month to make it a Federal crime to Cross state lines or use interstate facilities to incite leaps and lives fleeing from police in a Man leaps 13 feet from a ledge on a six Story building to an adjacent he had taken Refuge on the ledge after a family police talked him Down from his second Perch and took him to a he had a broken up radio photo lobs Ferman Nefs a monster or something close of it Maine there May not be any such thing As a sea officials Here but they Are trying to determine the identity of something that looks just exactly like what a sea monster ought to look the Biddeford monster investigation was launched after lobster Man Richard of Biddeford hauled up the partial Skeleton of the oddest looking thing i Ever saw monday wound in the rope of a lobster Gagne said it was about eight feet Long with a head shaped like the head of a Ive never seen anything like it the which Gagne said still had some flesh clinging to it and a Fin that looks like a Wing with the feathers of a Bird on was found in 50 feet of water at the breakwater near the Mouth of the Saco River in the Atlantic Gaines brother Peter the Eye sockets on the head Are bigger than the head i can put my fist in each one of the coast guard station at Fletcher neck confirmed the Gaines it looks just exactly like what a sea monster ought to look chief Boatswain mate Robert Nelson Washington United states favors direct talks Between South and North Vietnam and has not ruled out a cessation of bombing of the the state departments spokesman said press officer Robert Mccloskey made these Points of policy Clear while declaring that the state depart ment has no intention of commenting on the Campaign statements of Vietnam presidential Mccloskeyy state ment did appear to reply to a statement by Vietnam chief of state Nguyen Van Thieu at a news Thieu was quoted As saying that if he were elected he would Call on North Vietnam to enter into direct talks with the South Viet Nam government and to ensure such talks he would ask the United states to halt its bomb ing activity in the on another in response to a statement by Senate demo cratic Leader Mike Mansfield of the state department spokesman said the United states will keep under review its bid for United nations Secu Rity Council consideration of the Vietnam Mansfield had called for the United states to bring the Vietnam Case before the Security Council As quickly As possible now that the intensive crisis of the Middle East has the potential of the to contribute to peace in Vietnam has not even been much less Mansfield he strongly opposed the Call for a maximum Effort in the War against North As recommended by presiden tial envoys Maxwell Taylor and Clark John Sherman had seconded Mccloskey replied to questions newsmen by pointing out that thus far there has been no constructive action on though it had been continued on Back 1 highest copter Rescue France a a helicopter Crew of the Moun Tain gendarmes lowered a rope ladder and plucked an injured climber off the Grepon Summit of the Mont Blanc making what they report was the highest Altitude helicopter Rescue in report plot to kill Lindsay new York a a bul Garian woman who reportedly told the Fri she was offered to assassinate mayor John Lindsay was arrested by City police tuesday on a gun police said the Penka who came Here from her native Bulgaria three years told of being approached in East Harlem last thursday by an unidentified police said she told them the Man gave her a a Box of shells and then prom ised her the if she would kill the monday police miss Coneva confided in her who had just turned from a the continued on Back 5 one cop kills another Detroit cars collided at an intersection on the Northwest Side monday one car continued the other gave the pursuing Motorist finally succeeded in pulling the other car when he got out and approached the other he said he saw the Driver pull a pulled a pistol and shot the Man both were of duty both were wearing Plain dead was patrolman John according to author patrolman James Montgo Mery of the vice squad said he fired the fatal

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