Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 8 1967, Page 2

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 8, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Relatives Bury their As gravediggers strike new York a an Uncle and some friends dug the Graves pain they handed the shovel from one to wiping Snow from their starting the women stood dark against the whitened their boots flecked with a cemetery strike has made grave diggers of jewish families who according to Bury their dead within 24 its said Warren office manager at Beth David where two families worked in the Snow thursday with shovels and picks he had Given each in return for a in very said today two yesterday it takes the heart out of the in its third has affected 39 roman Catho Lic nonsectarian cemeteries in the metropolitan the strikers sunday rejected a 3year backed by their that incorporated wage increases of per week each their weekly pay had ranged from for gravediggers to for heavy equip ment bodies in 14 none Carmn and 12 Catholic cemeteries were placed in vaults to await passport Rule eased Washington a under new state department Regula passports May be issued to citizens who refuse to swear allegiance to the United we do not believe we have Legal authority to deny a pass port to a citizen who declines to take an press officer Robert Mcclosky said the new passport application forms will still carry the familiar allegiance oath As one of the items normally signed by those who do not new purge rumoured in peking Tokyo a Tao communist chivas new propaganda May be on his Way out following charges of being a Bourgeois reactionary and traitor to Mao tse tunes japanese reports from peking said Tao is also listed 4 in the new party leadership after defense minister Lin Piao arid Premier Chou Menlai since the proletarian cultural re Volution got under Way last dispatches from japanese news men based in peking said Tao was paraded through the streets of peking by Rod guards thurs Day and subjected to a curbside Kangaroo court in front of the state red guards reports was apparently inspired by accusations made by Chen Leader of the purge and Deputy Leader Chiang of Mao at a meet ing wednesday with representatives of the Kawan Chow red results of that meeting were carried in Wall bulletin extras distributed in peking reports Chiang Ching accused Tao Chu of being a traitor of Mao tse tunes the Japan Broad casting Exco Gressman gets Federal Post Washington a Nie Man Craley whose term As a democratic congressman from Pennsylvania ended this will become assistant com missioner for Public affairs of the Pacific Trust Secretary of the Interior Stew Art Udall announced thursday that Craley will succeed John de Young at a salary of a he is expected to assume his new duties late this serving under High commissioner William de Young is transferring to Washington As Deputy assistant office of searching for ill fated plane volunteers seek to snare wreckage of a Light plane which crashed into the ice covered Pond on the John Deihl farm near Kan red favored for Post United nations a Romanias f o r e i g n minister Cornelia Manescu was reported thursday to have received the necessary commitments to As sure his election As the first communist p r e s i d e n t of the general although the 22d session of the 122nulion Assembly is still More than eight months it appeared that Manescu might win the key Post without a communist candidates never name close in the informed s o u r c e s reported that the Only known Emilio Arenales catalan of Guatemala and German Zea of had bowed out in favor of the romanian foreign under the traditional system of regional this would have been latin americas turn for the presi four flying from to new Orleans for the sugar bowl football were killed in the up gunman Springs pal reprieve is Short lived a like a scene from a wild West a prisoner in the Hugo City jail was free thursday by a Shotgun wielding officers said two Highway patrolmen recaptured the prison identified As Oscar a Short time after the incident and later picked up another Man for Harold Hugo police said the armed entered the police station shortly after pointed a shot gun at him and said i want Mcgarr ill pay his Mcgarr had been jailed a few hours earlier on a complaint of mriiam said the gunman or dered him to unfasten his Sunbelt and drop it to the prodding mriiam with the shot he ordered the officer to free Mcham said the Man tossed on the counter and dead Man turns up 3 years later up police have disclosed that a Man legally declared dead after he disappeared in a Nevada Lake nearly three years ago is they said George Frederick now was arrested Here on an informants Knoop also was known As John Pacific stars strikes 1987 Knoops wife had collected on his returned to Cedar and detectives said Knoop allegedly faked his drowning in Lake March after saying he was going scuba at the the father of two children was employed As a he was a resident of Las his of a 1 p n g t i m e mayor of Cedar rapids reportedly told police there she was convinced he was dead and denied she had communicated with him since he the exact amount she collected on his insurance was being deter mined but police said it ran into the thousands of she also has been receiving social Security i know what the Fine its Mcham said the two men fled in a pickup Mcgarr was recaptured As he a pickup along a Road four Miles North of officers later picked up a Man identified ased about at his officers said they found a Shotgun in ritters he was held for further invest trial Date set on Juk Book new York John Kennedy suit to Block publication of the the death of a was scheduled thursday for trial on attempts to reach an out of court settlement and Avert a trial were in setting the trial state supreme court Justice Saul Tveit told newsmen negotiations have not been they Are being con in the event the negotiations Are not the parties will go to relations mended Buenos Aires Dor reestablished diplomatic re lations with the foreign ministry reported they were broken last increase in Draff violators Washington a the Fri reported thursday its investigations led to conviction last year of 450 per sons accused of violating military draft double the 262 convicted in in the Bis annual yearned report to the attorney director Edgar Hoover traced the increase in the number of draft Law violations to the nations larger military commit other figures from the Justice department showed that tie number of draft Law violations had remained relatively steady since in that year there were 234 in 1903 there were 251 and in 1964 there were an official said the big increase in 1966 was due partly to larger draft Calls and partly to strengthening of draft this included a 1965 Law that made destruction or mutilation of a registration card a Hoover devoted 6 of his state ments 19 pages to the communist party in the he dealt with last years anti War demonstrations in a Section of tie report titled communist Usa front but he did not Call the demonstrations Hoover said the moving forces behind these demonstrations Are student and and hoc Stop the War the communist party and other subversive groups and their members continued to actively support and participate in the demonstrations throughout the he spellmans critics hit by Vatican Vatican City up the i Vatican City Magazine Oss Erva i Tore Delia Dominica said wednes Day churchmen who attacked i Francis Cardinal spellmans stand on Vietnam served the cause of Hanoi rather than the cause of the Magazine refrained from comment on the the new York cardinals Christmas sermons in in which he reportedly said less than Vic tory but it sharply rebuked roman Catholic churchmen who took a Public stand against the Cardinal touch ing off what the Magazine said were humiliating the editorial was the first printed reaction in the Vatican to the worldwide juror that Fol Lowed the cardinals find colombian crash Colombia up wreckage of a colombian dc3 Airliner missing with 28 persons aboard since 24 was found wednesday in the mountains of Southern All aboard perished in the explosion and Viance airline Apo san Francisco 96503 published daily per class postage paid at san

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