Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 5 1967, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 5, 1967, Tokyo, Japan T tape reveals plot to murder Juk Miami tape record ing made two weeks before presi Dent Kennedy assassination and warning that the chief executive would be killed by a sniper was played for newsmen thursday by Miami the 3yearold recording of a conversation Between two unidentified men does not mention Lee Harvey Oswald or the City of there is nothing in it that links it with the car ried out but it Sketchly outlines a plan for murdering Kennedy exactly the Oswald did sniper fire from an office building with a High powered another possibility mentioned in the recording would have been to pick him off the White House Balcony from a hotel across the the grim plot was spelled out by an unidentified Man under questioning by an undercover interrogator in a Miami apartment according to he said Kennedy knows he is a marked he sure he referring to the assassination plot mentioned on the the Man emphasized in the intelligence agents of the Miami police department secretly taped the conversation Between the Man and the described continued on Back 1 p a c r Fie an authorized publication of the armed forces in the far East five Star edition 22b daily with supplements 35 sunday 1967 embassy Brawl chinese say up 30 Moscow red chinese diplomats were beaten and some seriously injured Friday night by soviet police tearing Down an anti americans released from an cast German prison Friday night talk to newsmen in West they Are from left Auto kills 2 up a car plunged into a line of children walking Home Fronti school Fri killing two and injuring the Driver of the car died of a heart attack Joseph a Springfield was r u s he d to Holyoke Hospital to help Deal with the most of whom were in serious children were walking Home from the James Metcalf elementary school when the Acci continued on Back 1 Frederick Moses Mary Battle and William a radio photo reds release 4 american from East German Berlin a four americans being held in East German jails were released Fri Day night and brought to West an authoritative source the four included Mary of Oak Moses Reese of Ohio Frederick of Elwood a and William of san All four were last reported in the East German prison at Baut zen near the czech the release was an unprecedented action through West Berlin lawyer j u e r Gen Stange and his counterpart in communist East Wolfgang working in cooperation with state department offi bulletin san a a submarine and a twin hulled tourist boat collided Friday in san Juan the coast guard says All 20 passengers aboard the pleasure boat were the coast identified the submarine As the and said it was expected to Dock in san Juan Friday Vogel first came to Public at Tention for his participation in the Swap of u2 Pilot Francis Gary Powers for soviet spy Rudolf in govern ment officials said they were aware of secret talks which led to the release of the but said an official announcement should come from american authorities in officials Here As sure newsmen that to Swap arrangement was miss Battle was a theology continued on Back 3 soviet display at the chinese a chinese Man the soviet foreign ministry called the beat i n g charges slander and Provo the display showed pictures of soviet chinese violence in red Square 25 and stood on grounds of the chinese located near Moscow the soviet foreign ministry did not deny that the display was removed by police the chinese refused a demand Liat it be taken a chinese a Cor respondent for the official new China news said that about 100 soviet police and Plain Eloth Esmen came to the embassy Friday he said they pulled Down the display striking chinese diplomats who pit chinese property in a bus and drove it affaires an Yuan was one of those hit by so Viet the chinese Wang a second Secretary at the said 100 soviet plainclothes Ronen climbed Over the Waist High Fence in front of the display at the embassy and beat off chinese diplomats who tried to restrain Wang said the plainclothes men sawed off the stakes supporting not Only the red Square display but five other displays outside embassy building As these contained no ant soviet he said the russians pushed chinese the soviet Side maintained in the red Square trouble that Ordinary russians became indignant and had fights with the the chinese said the russians involved were police out of if the soviet police Tore Down continued on Back 3 diet helps mom Over the Hump Boston an expectant Mother in likes to cat tree her sue press says anyone who been pregnant for a year deserves to eat anything she Camel is a Camel Franklin Park

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