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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 9, 1967, Tokyo, Japan 12inch snowfall stuns new York continued from Page 1 and scuffled some persons were a ticked Dovon in rail and bus Bridge and Tunnel approaches there and the new Turnpike was dosed v Between Newark and the George washing ton airline1 flights by the mayor John Lindsay said he would consider Banning All Auto mobiles coming into Manhattan if the storm continued to he urged commuters to use Public Thunder sharply Dur ing the blinding storm As a line of scattered thunderstorms moved with the pattern no deaths were reported in new York but a tractor trailer Jackknife on t h Cros Bronx police said 20 cars were involved in a Chai reaction no injuries were re ported elsewhere at least eight deaths Ivere attributed to the fast moving it formed off the South Carolina coast and swept through on its Way North toward is in All roads and streets were encrusted with ice and show High pounded coastal and winds howled with a Furj that approached the might tropical the coast Diamond Light station atop stilts in the Ocean off Cape was damaged by a Freak water spout and winds above 140 no injuries to four South of Snow mix Tures of sleet and freezing rain made difficult from the Central regions of the Caro Linas to Northeast missis cold weather joined the Precipio Tatj Oriand fruifgr6wiers in South Ern Northern Georgia and Given up to six inches of Snow fell on Central closing schools and forcing cancellation of classes at University of Tex an estimated millions of Dol Lars damage south1 where winds Over 80 drove rain that totalled 3 inches at Arkansas of Corpus observer re Clerndon said the wind Velo City gauge broke after 80 the seen since Hurricane he xxv it v i As of san v space pact Washington up presi Dent Johnson urged the Senate tuesday to ratify promptly the outer space which he said would enlarge the perimeters of peace by shrinking the areas of potential the treaty signed last week by the United Brit the soviet Union and nearly 60 other in a message to the Striate tuesday transmitting the treaty for its Johnson said the provisions of the agreement reflect the will and desire of the signatory already number ing More than half of the nations of the that the realm of space should forever remain realms of Carrier mishap kills hurts 2 san Francisco a a ships rigger was a Navy enlisted Man critically injured and another less seriously Hurt tuesday in a Crane Accident on the aircraft Carrier Oriskany at Hunters Point naval shipyard the Carrier is in dry Dock after returning front Vietnam where a shipboard fire last fall took 44 some failure in the caused the lowering of a 50foot Long platform on a which three men were standing while painting the Oriskany the platform and All three men fell about 30 no names were of boats damaged sunk along the inches of rain Mardi gras on the eve its annual big and forced the evacuation families who found themselves the through one foot of their living 5 of operation Snow pulled abandoned i drifts and dragged to City More blocks of streets have since the Snow began Are aty weather Cloudy with rain Low near partly Cloudy High Low l 40 72 64 73 52 56 s3 68 Guam 79 77 36 88 72 Jan ipod press l 43 46 33 38 77 52 47 81 27 of to id 58 76 71 i 12 16 11 47 06 11 32 21 20 Orlins 62 31 27 38 13 i be 16 65 45 Ca 44 44 35 Moines 17 37 14 69 34 57 Burgh 28 10 p Worth 42 52 28 38 52 Kong 68 Louis 24 9 82 Salt 41 26 64 Diego 48 City 24 fran 62 46 k All l Pur 90 47 36 i lilt vegas Spokane 45 41 18 up radio photo 3 children die in Rator la Habra children suffocated r tuesday when they trapped in a refrigerator in a Shirley Mecks discovered the bodies of her and two girls for whom she was babysitting while their Mother recovered in a Hospital from the other victims were la Donna and her continued from Page 1 nested burial increased payments for drugs and therapeutic president Johnson asked for even broader benefits in a special message eight Days the speedy action on a por Tion of the package was helped by groundwork done last year when a similar Bill was approved by the Senate but died in the still pending Are Bills to in crease i life the Bill passed tuesday would Cost million during the first five years of increased receiving the new benefits would be veterans in the service since aug peking says i by the communist China charged wednesday one of its employees in the soviet embassy in peking was punched by a russian embassy staff new China news Bash fire sweeps Tasmania in a broadcast monitored ii said chinese workers employed by the soviet embassy in China held another demonstration in front of the soviet embassy to protest against the new fascist outrages of soviet revisionist leading clique Mon this chinese workers at the russian embassy Are continuing on it in a red chinese embassy official tire up petitions tuesday and threw them in the faces of russian workers who angrily shouted shame on Mao the petitions protested the 12 Day siege of the soviet embassy in peking by chinese for More than an the chinese embassy doors remained shut and the petitions were stuck to then a Chiaiese official opened one took Down some petitions and Tore them a group of four older apparently Security pushed through the crowd and pulled the Young russians the doors closed inside the second Day that officials of the embassy in peking Are prohibited to leave their other Wise their Security is not guar Tass said the soviet embassy told the chinese foreign ministry that it protests and categorically rejects their notification As a flagrant act aimed at restricting tie Sovereign rights of embassy and soviet they said a cordon of soviet police was thrown around the embassy Here the soviets said the extra police were added to protect the pm continued from Page 1 thu mentions with Mainland aus leaving Only one radio Sta Tion in the govern ment appealed to radio hams to stay on the internal communications also were breaking b e f o re phone lines went police con stable Fred Taylor in one Small Community near the capital told newsmen by Telephone were engulfed by we Haven had time yet to count 24 Pacific stars stripes the dead there Are bodies every police feared particularly for 150 persons trapped in the Small Mountain township of Fer tree As fires surrounded nothing was heard from the the fires started spontaneously in Many areas on the hottest Clay recorded for 68 with the thermometer at fanned by flames spread racing along the Banks of the Derwent River through the suburbs into within several Small townships in the South were re ported wiped and Miles of the s o u them coastline were As the inferno moved towards the sir Charles Gardiner declared a state of a police were recalled to duty and army units swung into a prisoners were released for firefighting the dense smoke Cut visibility to about 200 it the Rich the intense heat of the fires killed thousands of Apple Trees Laden with ripening door the were graphing the photo russians outside shouted at the shame on Tass news Agency reported that the chinese foreign ministry notified the soviet embassy Mon Royalty in Pakistan Pakistan up King Mohammad Zahir Shah and Queen Homaira of Afghani Stan arrived by plane from new Delhi tuesday on a on week unofficial visit to presi Dent Mohammed Ayub Khan met continued from Page 1 Eray would come out later but that Vietnam definitely will be on his he said he will be in the Philippines to address a meeting there in March of All american ambassadors in the he said he Hopes to go to Burma and there also might be some stops in Europe he would visit about a dozen he the ambassador said he hoped to leave in about 10 Days and thought the trip would require three or four a year ago in Gold Berg and others were sent on expeditions to other nations to explain the american position on possible and Steps to end the War in Goldberg said he wanted to stress that this new trip is definitely not of the same it is not the he to discuss aspects of a possible vietnamese the timing of his overseas trip will hinge to some extent on when the foreign relations committee wants him As a wit Ness for hearings on a treaty to bar the use of space to All but peaceful Johnson submitted the treaty

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