Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 16 1967, Page 7

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 16, 1967, Tokyo, JapanFirst Fleet in ant sub test vice Adin. B. F. Boeder commander . First Fleet arrives on the flight deck of the first Fleet support Carrier Hornet to observe an anti submarine exercise operation snatch Block be ing conducted by the Hornet As part of massive training Maneu vers involving 25 ships and 27 air groups off the Southern California coast 3 Young die in. Tokyo is three girl died in an Early morning fire which destroyed their Home and partially damaged three others in Tokyo s Kodaira Ward victims aged 5, 4 and 1, were the daughters of a plumber. Fire department officials said the fire started when a diaper being dried on an Oil stove caught fire in the victims persons have died in Tokyo fires since Jan. 1, than in a corresponding per Iod of 19.66. Royal couple s Tokyo a the Cabinet Fri Day formally approved a visit by Crown , Princess Akihito and his Michiko to the United states Peru Argentina and Brazil in May. The main purpose of the tour will be to visit the three South american countries with which Japan maintains Friendly relations the Imperial household explained. It will be the first visit to sout America by the Imperial couple who will be making the trip a official representatives of emperor will leave Tokyo May 9 for san Francisco remaining there until May 11 when they leave for 33-year-old heir to the chrysanthemum throne and his32-year-old wife will visit Peru May 11-15, Argentina May 15-22, Brazil May 22-28. May 28 they leave for Hawaii where the will stay until May 30, returning to Tokyo May 31. J a air pact this week Tokyo a Japan and the soviet Union j having wound up talks finalizing details of an air agreement will sign a pact this week opening direct commercial flights Between Tokyo and mos cow. The fourth round of talks which began Here Jan. 6 Between Japa Nese and soviet aviation official was concluded saturday. The soviet delegation is led by airman of the year Tachikawa a Japan 01 a1c Reed a Wallace 6113th support sq., has been name first term airman of the year for the 6100th support Wing Wallace is a pay inquiry specialist wit office Here. The 6100th finance Brazil Leader visits Kyoto Kyoto Japan up brazilian president elect Arturo Costa e Silva arrived Here slightly behind schedule saturday because of a snowstorm which slowed Down the High Speed Bullet express carrying him and his party to weekend tour of Japan s cultural Center. The blizzard Cut Down the train s visibility when it was about 40 minutes from Kyoto. Other than this delay the 400-mile journey was a comfortable and interesting experience member of the party said. Costa e Silva was. Welcomed atthe station by the Kyoto vice gov. Morio Ishizawa and Mayo Rentaro Hamano. A delegation of students waving japanese and brazilian flags also greeted the president elect. Viktor Daniely Chevy chief of the civil aviation ministry s International department the japanese by Shizuo Asada an executive of Japan air lines Japan s official Flag Carrier. Details of the talks were no available but informed sources said disputed Points negotiator agreed upon were distribution of profits passenger fares and Japan payment for use of soviet planes. Sources said the soviet airline Aeroflot was ready to begin flights immediately after the Accord ii signed next week but Japan air lines Hopes to open Tokyo mos cow service next april. The soviet jetliner on a Sriarun last August made a nonstop flight Over the Moscow Tokyo route in 10 hours 50 minutes. Of coff lists promotion quotas Yokota a Japan 01 january promotion quotas for the 41st air div in the lower enlisted

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