Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Aug 15 1967, Page 1

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 15, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Bears kill 2 girls compiled from a and up1 West wild bears killed two 19 year old girls 20 Miles apart in Glacier National Park Early sunday and seriously mauled an 18yearold killed were Michele Koons and Julie Roy Ducat was seriously the Koons girl was killed when a Bear attacked a group of campers at Trout another Bear attacked miss Helgeson and Ducat As they hiked near Granite Park All three were working during the summer months at hotels in the mountainous Park on the Continental the two girls were the first persons killed by bears in the Park since it was established in Park Jack Dodd said there was no explanation for the Park rangers with High powered rifles were searching for the miss Helgeson and Ducat were on a late evening hike when they were other campers in the area said they heard the girls screams for Ducat was Able to make it Back to the Camp by himself and report what had a daring night helicopter land ing in the area deposited a Ranger team which began a search for the she had been dragged by the Bear Al most 400 Yards from where it attacked All trails leading into the Granite Peak area of the Park have been closed to visitors while the search Pacific 80mph limit for cars seen Washington up the possibility of Federal Laws limit ing the Speed capability of cars to 80 Miles an hour and crack ing Down on unsafe tires was disclosed director William Haddon of the National Highway safety Agency was critical of High Speed involved in a growing number of Highway deaths and we would like to see cars built so that they cannot exceed a certain for sex 80 Miles an had Don said in an Gaylord announced he has asked tire manufacturers to sub Mit details on the number of defective tires they have re called in the past seven Hadrons Agency has virtually completed safety standards for 1968 Model cars coming out this and he said proposals for 1969 models would be announced within a month or continued on Back 1 Mutt in vip lounge Rio de Janeiro up five Rio newspapers gave frontage headlines to the arrival of Maurice Chevalier but an embarrassed airline official said it was All a the Maurice Chevalier on the passenger list was the name of a passengers dog and not the French Star an authorized publication of the armed forces in the far East ipes 226 five Star edition i r cd t 1967 hit Miles rom by Al Fasoldt Vietnam Bureau chief planes bombed a Railroad Yard and Bridge 10 Miles from the red chinese Border sunday and hit two other nearby rail centers in the closest american raids to communist China since the korean Headquarters said air Force and Navy jets struck a rail Yard and Bridge at Lang 68 Miles North of North Vietnam chief port of Haiphong and 10 Miles South of the chinese Bor the strikes marked the third straight Day of stepped up air raids on North Vietnam that began Friday with an attack on Hanoi Doumer Hanoi had been off limits to planes for two Headquarters said air Force jets also bombed rail Yards at Lang Giai Lang 19 and 26 Miles South of the chinese All four raids were the closest planes have bombed to red China since air strikes at the Yalu closest previous strike to China in the Vietnam War was flown in when jots hit Cao 30 Miles from the the Navy said its planes blasted out the Center Span of the Bridge at Lang which carries rail and Highway traffic from red China to Hanoi to the the Bridge settled into the by Cung a spokes Man 7 Hurt in blast los Angeles least seven persons including several firemen were seriously burned in an Oil Well explosion in Central los Angeles the explosion rocked a five the air Force said its planes Block area a huge Ball of flame damaged the rail centers at engulfed the Lang son and the two other the Yard at Lang Giai was reported the Border strikes came four Days after members of a Senate armed forces subcommittee in Washington called for stepped up bombing of North West German Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger is shielded by an umbrella As he Steps from an Airliner in new after a Brief Kiesinger flew on to a radio photo particularly on what one senator called lucrative a spokesman in continued on Back 1 Kiesinger in Washington for conferences with lbs the company of firemen had been called to the Well when drills struck an underground Cavern of pressurized natural Gas and an Oil company Crew also arrived As the steaming once a huge was i but suddenly the Well erupted spewing hot water Over the Crew and firemen fought the flames for two an ambulance Driver said several of the men had third degree Burns Over 30 per cent of their Washington a West German Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger arrived in Washington sunday saying he is looking for Ward to his talks with president the in an informal arrival recalled that he has visited the United states several times since 1954 he this is my first visit Here As the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of i and Kiesinger Are very glad to meet the american old friends and our he foreign minister Willy Brandt will join his Chancellor monday embassy sources though the sources declined to predict what the tuesday wednesday talks with Johnson will they said the talks were carefully Bonn political the sources were hopeful that the conference will continued on Back 2 he was after bread9 head clerk of a bakery told police a bearded Young Man kept coming into his store but make up his mind on what he apparently he finally Claudia Johnson said he returned and demanded the Money in the Cash he got about

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