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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 17, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Million damage in Fairbanks flood continued from Page 1 northeastern North Ern Idaho and Western Montana sunday All but 17 were were controlled but were potentially according to the forestry the worst of the fires spread rapidly Over 400 acres of Moun Tain Timber 10 Miles Northeast of upper priest straddling the Kanitsu National Forest and the priest Lake Timber protective association assistant Field coordinator Robert Carlson of the forestry service said less fire danger existed in this is because of the late Spring and the accumulated moisture in the ground has kept temperatures at lower Levels than in other Carlson the Hills just Are not As dry As in other for sex a year ago at this time we had acres burned and this Only we want to keep it that the situation in Oregon and is very he an unusual dry spell occurs in that area about every eight or ten Carlson they have not had the usual Rains expected at this time of year in the area for the past eight Carlson said a problem May develop in the san Bernardino area of Southern California be cause of a current heat temperatures in that he have been ranging from 105 to 108 degrees for the past few and this May cause an acute Forest fire Situa pants continued from Page 1 astonished he didst know what to the jacket was a fairly decent length for a miniskirt in Lon on third of the Way up the the first was at the revealing miss Griffiths stocking a dazed waiter carried her trousers to the Only place they were continued from Page 1 Homes because Many roads were Cut Many persons were reported stranded but there were no re ports of Josephs Hospital had been evacuated and at least 62 patients moved to Basset army Hospital at nearby Wain those evacuated from their private Homes were taken to schools in higher areas of the the City lies on a generally Flat Plain with the Chena a tributary of the rain swollen Tanana Boucher estimated the water on the Chena was five to six feet above flood stage at 3 Alaska Standard time tuesday and still rising As rain continued to in less than a week the Central Alaska area has had nearly six inches of compared with a usual rainfall of inches for the entire month of Boucher said there was an average of one to five feet of water throughout the downtown the mayor expressed grave concern about the possibility of he said All police cars and fire engines were flooded and Only a few army Hal track vehicles were Able to move the Fairbanks he was open but the Road to the Airport was Hickel said if the flood con we will have to con Sider mass evacuation of most of the residents because there will be no Way to feed or House a preliminary estimate of More than million damage came from Roger executive Secretary of the North commis a state Agency named by Hickel to Survey Alaska develop ment the governor said state and Federal agencies were preparing to Send in food and clothing to Fairbanks and 50 Miles Southwest of he declared both communities disaster areas the situation at Nenana was unknown Early Boucher since All communications there had Annapolis ousts 4 after dope probe naval Academy said tues Day that four of the five mid Shipmen who were investigated in May for suspected use of marijuana had been discharged from the rear Draper Kauff Academy refused to release the midship mens one of the five was cleared of the but he was later permitted to resign after he ran afoul of other Academy Regula the investigation was begun when an unidentified midship men reported the smoking to Academy a Radl photo cars Are stranded on Bridge As flood Waters swirl through escaped lion claws and is shot Texas a a 200pound lioness awaiting ship ment to a zoo broke from her Cage the society for the prevention of cruelty to Anir Mals tuesday and attacked a 5yearold girl who was at the shelter to look at a spokesman for Josephs Hospital said Rebecca Green apparently is All suffer ing bruises and puncture wounds inflicted by the claws of the As she stood atop the Lisa was shot and killed by a police sergeants Spca officials decided it would be safer to kill the lion within the shelter rather than risk endangering the neighbor Annamarie a receptionist at the said workers there heard the Childs cries and looked outside to see the animal standing Over the fallen raking her with its manager of the ran outside and wrestled Lisa off the Rebeccas Lloyd Ray pulled her daughter to Boenker Tele phoned for an ambulance and the receptionist said the two year old lioness belonged to a Houston family who had kept it As a pet while it was a it had been at the shelter for three weeks and was to be picked up wednesday by the Beaumont the Spca is investigating How the lioness she apparently put All of her weight against it and opened the Boenker nine in family shot to death Shell a seven children and their Mother and father were found shot to death tuesday in a farm Home near this 50 Miles West of Prince another 4 years found in bed with two of the was not the parents were identified by police As James and his the dead children ranged in age from one to no encore please a the second nights perform Ance of the Peter Britt music festival in Jacksonville was going Well during bachs Brandenburg concerto members of the orchestra detected an a awakened from its sleep under the band Shell Dur ing the Allegro segment of the registered dislike for the entire conductor John Trudeau of quipped that he had never before received such a Quick review of an orchestras by air accepts lbs bid Washington up the White House has announced that president Gustavo Diaz Ordaz of Mexico had accepted presi Dent Johnsons invitation for a state visit in Washington weather tvs Webb gives aiming girl the facts Usan weather Central Tokyo area wednesday night mostly fair Low mid 70s thursday mostly fair High mid 90s temperatures 15 h l h l Tokyo 90 77 Taipei 93 79 Chitose 69 67 Manila 89 75 Ita Zuke 92 79 Guam 86 77 Seoul 76 77 Saigon 93 79 Naha 89 80 Bangkok 96 80 a 9yearold girl facing open heart surgery has overcome her fear of the thanks to Jack televisions Joe Mary Ann usually a Bigeye and cheerful fourth grader turned into a sul frightened child after watch 24 Pacific stars stripes 1967 ing webbs dragnet show a few weeks in the which recently returned to the air after an absence of several a Little girl about Mary Anns age died during open heart and Edward Walsh wrote webbs studio and asked if he would assure the child the to plot was Only a dramatize Webb picked up a phone and called in a Mattero fact Friday told Mary Ann the to Story was based on a situation 13 years Many advances had been made in Medicine since he and techniques had improved a lot of girls in California had undergone the operation and now were up and around and playing and doing the things other youngsters he told the operation would be like going to sleep for a Short he fridays unmistakably gentle yet confident voice be Gan to take Mary Ann she she asked for an autographed Fri Day said then he said Mary Ann Hung up the phone and she knew that the operation this fall be so Tough after l 58 78 54 63 64 62 52 60 53 81 Des 60 61 46 56 fort 56 Hong 62 58 63 66 Kansas 56 61 73 73 60

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