Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Aug 14 1967, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Boys 24hour terror in Cavern a 15yearold boy was pulled from an old Well in relatively Good spirits saturday after being trapped 14 feet underground by a Cavern for nearly 24 Leonard bruised and Haggard look was rushed to a hos Pital at about 15 Miles from Here near the w e s t Virginia Ken Tucky Boyce was trapped by falling Rock about Friday and was freed at a feverish Rescue operation was hampered by other Small earthmoving machines finally dug a deep Trench alongside the old Well and Boyce was pulled out feet the Well is in an isolated Mountain area about 70 Miles Southeast of the youth was stiff and Blue from the Rescue workers but he was conscious when continued on Back 2 Sta an authorized publication of the armed forces in the far East Pacific ipes 225 fiesta edition 1967 Laos incl bombing Saigon air Force revealed officially sunday for the first time that Ameri can warplanes Are bombing communist targets in Vietnam neighbor to the the fighter bombers Are conducting air raids at the request of the Royal laotian a spokesman for the air Force in Saigon said the air Force confirmed that american warplanes have been running armed recon Naissance and missions Over have been for More than three we Are looking for targets and we bomb at the request of the Royal laotian govern the spokesman the spokesman was unable to list the exact nor would he say How Many american planes had been shot Down Over it was reported the main tar get is the so called to Chi Minn Trail that runs from North Vietnam through Laos into South the Trail is a Supply route so sources in Laos say that it includes a surfaced Road and carries five ton czechoslovakian made trucks loaded with War when asked about the loss of aircraft Over another spokesman for the military assistance command in Rescue workers extend their Trench into the Side of Well where Leonard was trapped insurance Bill vetoed by lbs Washington Dent Johnson saturday vetoed a government employee life insurance Bill and warned con Gress against raising Federal pay Scales More than he recon Johnson used his veto Mes Sage on a relatively minor Bill to deliver advice to Congress about going beyond his budget recommendations on some pro he had recommended that the government share of life insurance programs for Federal employees be raised by Mil lion from its present level of the Bill passed by con Vietnam Mac said Gress would have increased the for 24 the boy was pulled from the Well we dont anything but government contributions by late a Radl photo continued on Back 2 million during the Fust 300 rescued As ferry runs aground Alert a nearly 300 most of them american were rescued Friday from a Cana Dian ferry that ran aground 3vi Miles from this Vancouver is land Many of them in night scrambled into lifeboats when the Queen of Prince Flag ship of the British Columbia government owned Fleet ran up on a reef in Broughton Strait about a Fleet of Small boats from Al Ert Bay picked up the Passen Gers and towed lifeboats to this town of 825 persons 180 Miles Northwest of i woke up with a said Dean of who was returning with his wife from a trip to Bells were ringing All Over the suddenly a voice crackled Over the speaker sys tem All hands on deck All hands on deck id Felt no bump and i didst know what was happen i thought maybe it was an about 20 minutes later the Loudspeaker All Pas sengers on efforts to Salvage the 87 vehicles and baggage aboard got under Way the ferry was in route from Prince on the Northern British Columbia coast to Kel sey about 40 Miles South of the overnight trip is a popular tourist route from Bill operations Man Ager for the ferry continued on Back 5 Johnson said he was returning the Bill without his signature be cause it would set an unwise continued on Back 3 Winter in new York a record shattering cold nipped a huge area the Mercury dropped to the freezing level in Low Marks for 12 were equated or broken in 39 temperatures fell into the 30s in Wisconsin and min

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