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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 10, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Anti Mao revolt reported in China continued from Page 1 Gancila chief Tao who was denounced As a revolutionary by the red have arrested one correspondent said Defeated supporters of Mao had called for help from other parts of the a an estimated to Tao supporters Are reported to be marching to banking from Shanghai and other nearby Dis a czechoslovak correspondent said that captives on both sides underwent having their ears and noses Cut off and their tongues Cut a japanese paper said girl students had their clothes ripped the 60yearold Tao has been accused by the red guards of siding with president Liu Shao the main target of a purge being conducted by Mao and his acclaimed defense minister Lin forces backing Mao have reportedly issued an urgent Appeal for help across Rod China As the rebellion against Mao and his red guards gained meanwhile a japanese news Man in peking reported thousands of Farmers on the Chusan islands have joined in an uprising against red the japanese broadcasting Nick said to Farmers stormed a massive red guard rally in the islands South East of Shanghai Many persons were reported the report said the Farmers on the offshore islands came from four communes to storm the rally of revolutionary a hint of what May have helped touch off the Shanghai banking Chusan rebellion was contained in a peking Central committee report issued report listed the Brilliant of the rampaging red guards during the first two months the cultural j boasted that red guards arrested landowners and reactionary it said the red guards Cap tured a total of 85 60mm 22 machine i 21 tons of exl Plosives and rounds of Small arms communist China has recalled 36 of its officials from presumably As a result of the cultural revolt diplomatic sources in Lon Don German ship ablaze after collision a fireboat pours water into the hold of a burning East German freighter which caught fire after colliding with a British the All 27 Crew members of the East German vessel were rescued by the British up vegas blast Laid to go continued from Page 1 organizing search two of buried boys were found with probing equipment and the third was uncovered with a the boys later told authorities they were practising Winter survival techniques on the pass Summit when the incident the slide broke Loose under the boys above the Road at the sum Mit of the West of the pass and them Down to the was up a Young army Bent on suicide because of his troubles in the service the Fri saturday As the Man who blew up a Motel with 50 Sticks of killing six persons Richard James twice a deserter from army and his fort cajun base since fired a 25 Caliper pistol into the Sticks of killing his him and four other a spokesman for an Fri team investigating the which shattered the orbit inn Motel in the downtown area Early Satur said there was no doubt Paris was the Man the Fri called in from said records show that Paris bought 50 Sticks of dynamite in and then got a permit to transport District George Franklin it looks like he used every one of the Sticks it is very definitely a crash 28 feared drowned Iran a i Twenty eight passengers and of an Indian motor launch were feared to have drowned in the sea of Oman near the loaded with onions and capsized in a heavy continued from Page i and rushed to the he said the wreckage dug a Hole some 10 or 15 feet in the ground another resident of the Earl was standing on his porch when he heard an explosion that Shook he said the explosion must have occurred before the plane the nine identified by the Navy Charles Lurcott of Alex Frank Warner of by Saylor Levitz of William Caspari Iii of Balti Pic James Vitak of Balti More p02c Andrew Todd of p03c Fred Erick Vreeland of Silver to Wertz of and p03c buy Fetherston of continued from Page 1 both civilian and military advis ers at work in other red the military new spa reported last october that soviet soldiers helping to build surface air missile Sites in North Vietnam had come under american reports from Washington have alleged that these soviet soldiers not Only Are acting As instructors at the Sam Sites but on occasions Are firing the Ogo Nyok said the mi6 helicopters were sent by sea to North raiders if b52s Pound pc related Story on Page 6 Saigon up communist striking with Rifle grenades and Small at tacked Camp Holloway in the Central Highlands Early monday for the third night in a a military spokesman North of air Force b52s lashed the Jungle Lair of a communist troop concentration twice during the it was the Lith time in four Days the b52 bombers dumped hundreds of tons of High explosive into the area one of the most concentrated of the Gas reported used in Yemen royalist Yemen twelve Ilyushin heavy bombers attacked k a t a r near Sada with Poison killing More than 125 sources reported at royalist Headquarters Here some 120 persons were hospitalized in critical including More than 50 blinded Sada is about 100 Miles North West of the yemeni it was believed Here the attack saturday followed shipment of 600 Gas bombs from communist China to Arra Hiba a 10 Miles North of As direct Aid to the Republican regime of chief of state Abdullah nationality of the planes was not immediately the Strat fortresses began their series of raids tuesday and have continued around the clock the last two raids were late Sun Day night and just before Dawn the military spokesman said the bombers hit suspected troop concentrations 31 and 47 Miles Northwest of the attack at Camp Holloway hear Plesku City Early monday lasted from 1 to the spokesman there was no immediate report of casualties or Cia slates to secret briefing on Viet air a m Washington Cen trial intelligence Agency is to give a congressional watchdog sub committee a to secret appraisal of the War in sitting in will be the chairman of the Senate foreign relations Fulbright Fulbright confirmed he had been invited to attend the closed 24 Pacific stars stripes 1967 it was reported two other members of Fulbright commit tee also have been the invitation to Fulbright was extended by Richard rus sell chairman of the special Senate Cia watchdog com Mittee and chairman of the Senate armed services Richard director the is to give the committee a briefing on the War in Vietnam the Day before Congress Helm testimony is to include the intelligence Agency evaluation of the Impact of bombing on North it has been reported that the Cia is sceptical about whether the air attacks have damaged Hanoi will to continue the the presence of Fulbright at the session May be a Compromise move on russells last the Senate debated in closed session a Resolution to add three members of the foreign relations committee to the seven Man group which supervises the the watchdog committee includes senior members of the armed services and appropriations Fulbright was chief Backer of the he had told the session the director of the Cia once appeared before his com Mittee and told us that under the regulations he could not Tell certain significant foreign policy information to the committee on foreign continued from Page 1 drugs May be exempted if their control is not necessary for the Protection of Public health or if the drugs have no potential for under Fra manufacturers must ask exemption for each combination drug an estimated drug products will come under strict control procedures on april an Fra official the pharmacist will be the Guy who takes the Brunt of he undersea Valley found san a san Diego divers say they have Dis covered a undersea Val Ley 10 Miles North of Avalon where Lack of oxygen has littered the Ocean floor with dead sea scientists say the oxygen Content is on Hundredth the Normal weather tvs of weather Central Tokyo area monday night fair Low near 20 tuesday fair High mid 40s sundays temperatures Low High 2 temperatures 8 h l Tokyo 42 31 Chitose 16 12 Ita Zuke Seoul 37 30 22 10 Manila Saigon h 64 64 59 64 85 70 86 72 88 72 stateside temperatures were not

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