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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 9, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Leathernecks push Star Pacific an authorized publication of the armed forces in the far East daily 154 with supplements 8 Fritz n m Cui Iwuh 22 b a i 1967 dynamite bomb vegas Motel blast by Andrew Headland Vietnam Bureau Clinef Saigon american and Republic of Viet Nam marines slogged through Mekong Delta swamps meeting Only slight resistance in the first big Allied drive into the pc controlled the combined vietnamese and Navy and Marine amphibious Force of about photos on pages 1213 landed by sea and Heli copter aside from a few scattered contacts with pc no enemy forces were there were no Allied casualties from Battle and Only one Viet Cong up reported that two marines were killed and two others wounded when a grenade accidentally exploded As their helicopter touched Down on one of the Landing zones Inland from the South China the Delta called dec House was launched from a Navy task Force of 12 ships and was preceded by air strikes and naval for Security reasons the land ing was not announced until Satur Day afternoon when the Vietnam continued on Back 3 Las vegas police investigators Las up dynamite apparently triggered by a Man Bent on ripped open a modern three Story Motel in this gambling capital sat killing six at least 12 others were police found a Caliper pistol they believed had been used to detonate the ammunition for the pistol was found in a nearby car registered to Paris of George Franklin or said an examination of car revealed two Sharp wires coming out of the Franklin said it Paris originally had set the charge of dynamite to go off in his but decided to change his mind continued of Back 2 Survey damaged Motel after it was wrecked by an explosion saturday is isolated As heavy Snow Batter Midwest up the entire City of with a population of was isolated saturday by a massive by Hazard that struck the winds up to 50 pushed the Snow into 8foot drifts at do Snow mobiles and trains were the Only Means of transport the Minnesota Highway depart ment urged motorists planning trips within a 50mile radius of the City to stay everything is tied up police Lawrence stauber cars rammed into Snow they just cant this is As bad As Ive Ever seen electric wires tangled in the shot Sparks and Cut off Power to 150 a Short Cir Cuit at a substation in suburban Duluth Heights Cut out heat and lights to 150 Homes for an linemen climbed poles in High winds to make Early saturday a patrolman reached by Telephone said the storm was building in a few it ought to be socked in real he at least 10 Minnesota highways were blocked by Snow most secondary roads in upper Michi Gan and Northern lower Michigan were drifted in South a Snow plow Crews were sent Home because of the blowing and behind the storm lurked the coldest weather of the dropping temperatures below Zero from the Canadian Border to Ari Zona and new cold wave warnings were up for the t w o d a y weather linked death toll reached in min and one each in Michi Gan and Tokyo per sons were killed and 900 injured during riots Between workers in the East Central province of Kangsu in red reports reaching Here from peking said japanese reporters said 500 of the injured were seriously wounded in the rioting Between opponents and supporters of communist party chairman Mao tse Kyodo news service reported Wall posters in Pekin claimed persons have been arrested since according to the of the rioting occurred in the major Industrial City of banking the which the posters indicated had happened with the collusion of the Secretary of the banking cultural revolution com disrupted All railway tray Conti Mied on Back 1 Brown on tour Washington Pentagon announced saturday that Secretary of the Stanley Resor and air Force Secretary Harold Brown left sunday for a on week inspection tour in South East the Pentagon declined to name the countries they would

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