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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 8, 1967, Tokyo, JapanBlizzard sweeps Midwest by trip associated press a severe Winter storm raked most of the Center of the nation Friday with Snow cold and High winds. Bli Zard conditions swept the Northern Plains. Seventy two mile per hour wind coughed up choking dust Billows in the Texas Panhandle. A cold wave drove southward from the. Rookies of Wyoming and Colorado behind Snow which fell from the Western Plains to Minne Sota and Michigan. Blowing Snow and dust Cut visibility causing iriving hazards Over a wide area. The highest winds raced around the Southern flank of the storm across new Mexico and Northern Texas. In Lubbock Tex., sustained 60 . Gusts blew Dow three massive Light standards of Texas tech s , Tex. Measured a 72 . Wind Peak. Hobbs , reported average wind Force of 55 ., with gusts up to 66 and new College dismissed its Stu dents just before noon when electricity failed. There other reports of disrupted Trinity and phone service. The weather Bureau warned of heavy Snow from Minnesota to Michigan. It said temperatures inthe Dakotas and the mountains of Colorado and Wyoming were expected to drop to 20 degrees below Zero by saturday morning. Over much of the area snowfall was moderate but whipped into ground blizzards cutting off 6-hour snowfall mounted to 3 inches in Pickstown . North Platte neb. And Wausau wis. Southerly breezes warmed the Gulf states from Southern Texas to Florida. Some Snow or co Drain fell in the far Northwest. But in the East skies were Clear. Were elec Fords put out to pasture hogs Munch grass in a Florida pasture apparently unaware of their new companions100 new Ford cars and trucks which were transferred hurriedly from Georgia to escape thai state s new Auto License tax. The pasture is located in Madison county fla., near the Georgia Border. A Ruby eulogized As a misguided patriot1 photo on Page 13 Chicago up Jack Ruby the who found a place in history with an act of violence was buried Friday in a peaceful Snow covered cemetery be Side the Graves of his immigrant Saga of the lonely confused Man who killed accused presidential Assassin Lee Harvey Oswald came to an end in the City where Ruby was born and grew up As Sparky Rubenstein a child of the jewish ghetto. At the end an american Flag draped his casket and in the final rites of the jewish Faith he was mourned As a misguided kind of Patriot who loved his president an sought to acquire his world in one s casket was lowered into its grave at 11 30 crowd of 250 curious onlookers watched behind a Chain Fence As the funeral procession brought Ruby s Brone casket from a Chicago funeral Chapel to the snowy Westlan cemetery in suburban Norridge. Chicago police cars accompanied the procession to the City limits where nor Ridge police took up the guard. Until thievery end authorities were on the Alert to prevent one last outburst of the violence which had marked the Ruby had been spoken of As a Man who wrote a sorry footnote to history with act of mindless violence. But there were loud outbursts of weep ing As his Brothers and Sisters gathered around the graveside and rabbi Davi Graubart intoned in hebrew the last words before committing Ruby s body to the rabbi had sought to explain the culmination of Ruby s life the slaying of president John f. Kennedy s accused As Sassin in the basement of the Dallas Jar to the 100 persons gathered for the funeral services. Sex envoy Alger Dies in Detroit Detroit a Frederic Alger jr., 59, former . Ambassador to Belgium and a Mem Ber of a prominent american family died thursday at his sub Urban Grosse Pointe Mich Home following a Short , who served As Michigan Secretary of state from 1947 to1952, lost the 1952 gubernatorial election to former gov. G. Mennen Williams. His father was col. Frederic Alger a prominent social and cultural Leader in Grandfather was the late general Russell Alger a .senator and former Michigan governor who served As Secre tary of War in president William a Mickinley s is survived by his second wife Katherine Sutton Alger whom he married in september 1963.mrs. Alger formerly was mar ried to millionaire sportsman Dan Topping. Alger s first wife the former Suzette de Marigny Dewey died in 1963. Ifs a Relief to pay Back Marion iii. Up a Pang of conscience thursday brought More Relief for the Williamson county Relief fund and for whoever got it. County treasurer Bobby Hale said he received a letter wednes Day postmarked at Herrin 111. The unsigned letter contained $300 in $20 Bills and this note Here is $300 i took from the Relief office several years ago. Please put this Back in Relief Marine gets life i i ii i 11 for killing 2 views Danang Vietnam up a . Marine court martial Fri Day found pfc Charles w. Kee Nan of Nitro w.va., guilty of murdering two vietnamese Vil lagers. He was sentenced to life at hard labor. It was the second time that Keenan had gone on trial. In the earlier trial at the . Air Force base guarded by marines at Chu Lai about 50 Miles South of Danang one charge against him was dismissed and a mistrial . Drops spy charges against Judith Coplon 243 terrorists killed Lisbon Portugal a military communique announced Friday that portuguese Force skilled 243 terrorists in Christmas Day fighting at Teixeria Desousa a Small town in Angola near the Congo Kinshasa Border. Judith Coplon Washington a the .government dropped All pending spy charges Friday against Judit Coplon the former government clerk charged in 1949 with trying to pass classified material to the soviet Union. Acting atty. Gen. Ramsey Clar said motions to dismiss the cases were approved in the . District courts in Washington and new York City. Appeals courts later stayed Onset aside both convictions How Ever and she never served an of the total of 25 years in prison to which the courts sentence her. In asking dismissal of the Long pending charges the government said that because almost years have elapsed since the indictment was returned in Thi Scase the government has determined that it does not have sufficient evidence to proceed with a retrial. Vas declared on the spokesman at the 3d Marine amphibious Force Liq. In a Nan said that Keenan s second trial Egan thursday and ended Fri Lay with him being sentenced to i dishonourable discharge forfeit ure of All pay and allowances eduction to the rank of private and life imprisonment. Keenan allegedly shot two civil ans a Man and a woman with a Rifle sept. 22 in the Hamlet Oft i Binh 40 Miles South of a Ang the spokesman was on patrol at the time the spokesman added de Clining to disclose further details. The results of the trial mus now go through a careful review by the convening authority and Bya higher authority and be approved before it goes into effect the spokesman said. In this Case the trial goes to commanding general of the 1st Marine div. There was no Indi cation when the general would make his , a Marine spokes Man said that Keenan would be transferred to Portsmouth n.h., naval prison. Man held in hotel fire death of 3 los Angeles up Harry Yon 56, in whose Dingy hotel Oom a fatal fire started Las monday was held Friday on suspicion of manslaughter. Three men were killed 12 other persons injured and More than 80 Eft homeless when the Bla a swept through the old Frame and Wick Post hotel in the Westlake area near Mac Arthur Park. A clerk told firemen that Lyonl iad called the desk and said his room was on fire because he had dropped a lighted cig Aret on police arrived they found Lyon standing nude in a covered him with a Topcoat but he then disappeared. Fire department arson investigators said they located and arrested him thursday. New quake rocks Western Mongolia Moscow up a Power new earthquake hit the mountains of Western Mongolia Friday in the same Region hit by thursday soviet Tass news Agency said the mongolian seismic station registered the intensity of the Shock at 7 on the 12-Point Mercal scale. The main Shock thursday registered 9. Volcano erupts in Al Salvador san Salvador Al Salvador up Chapar Lastique Volcano in Eastern Al Salvador erupted anew Friday spewing ashes an smoke As High As 3.000 feet into the air. The eruption surpassed those of december 19 54, and january1966. Although ashes fell on Sev eral towns in the Northeast prov inces of san Miguel and Sulu tan they represented no major threat to crops. The Coffee and Cotton crops in the Region have already been harvested. Pacific stars & stripes 5sunday, Jan. 8, 1967

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