Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 17 1967, Page 23

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 17, 1967, Tokyo, Japan 94 feared lost in ship collision off Korea Korea a ninety four p e r s 0 in s were either dead or missing after a collision Between a ferry and Republic of Korea War ship 20 Miles West of radio Donga reported Sun quoting police Donea said 106 persons were aboard the 140ton ferry Hahn who when it Sank saturday night after Collid ing with the destroyer escort twelve were rescued and 11 bodies recovered by mid after the radio the Navy earlier said 48 were either dead or missing with 12 Pacific stars and stripes Korea news Bureau in Seoul re ported monday morning that 15 bodies had been recovered and 70 were still the Navy said the ferry collided with the destroyer escort in rough Waters at about 10 saturday night two Miles off the coast near the naval base of the ferry was bound for Pusan from to Miles to the West on the South naval Craft was returning to Chunhae after patrol duty along the East the Navy a Navy spokesman said that the ferry moving at a Speed of about 10 knots disregarded Dan Ger signals and crashed into the left Side of the destroyer escort which was sailing at about 20 vice Yung Kwan chief of naval and National police director of Shin Han rushed to the scene to direct the Rescue operations by More than 10 Navy and coast guard the Navy Navy aircraft were also assist ing the Rescue the Navy the Accident site was near the location where another ferry Sank in drowning 369 walkout continued from 1 about a million passengers a All available policemen were called out and told to strictly enforce parking regulations to keep streets open and traffic some preparations have been made to carry on vital services in the eleven City hospitals have formed an emergency transportation Pool to provide bus service for eleven commuter lines of the Pennsylvania and Reading rail roads braced for the increase of commuters with extra cars and ticket Only the Pennsylvania Public Utility commission taxicabs to make in route the City arranged car and truck pools among its agencies and departments to pick up employees in need of police and fire Emer gency plans were up Audi photo hundreds of police stand by at Trafalgar Square rally in London As speakers urge new talks with continued from Page 1 which broke with Brit ish colonial Rule 14 months ago to maintain White supremacy poli he told the that by sup porting mandatory Sanction s against prime minister Wilson was deliberately steering a collision he added before the United nations will demand Sanction s against South if we agree to we shall find ourselves involved in a ruinous Trade War with one of our Best unemployment will Rise still further and our economic re covery will be pc Slaughter 41 in Jungle prison Saigon up vietnamese soldiers overran two communist Jungle prison Camps but the Viet Cong massacred 41 women and children before they a government spokesman said Mon the spokesman said most of the victims were stabbed to Only seven prisoners survived and two of them were he the Camps were discovered sunday by a battalion Viet namese government troops sweep ing deep in the Mekong Delta 104 Miles South Southwest of great successes1 scored by maos Chou claims Tokyo a red chinese Premier Chou Menlai has claimed great successes for the revolutionary line of Mao Tseung but admitted that a new Battle is taking place in the cultural Rev the new China news Agency quoted Chou As saying that Mao has called on revolutionary students and revolutionary cadres to smash the new counterattack by the Bourgeois reactionary Chou said the new counter attacks have been launched by an extremely Small number of persons who obstinately cling to the Bourgeois reactionary Are not reconciled to their defeat and refuse to retire from the stage of Chou was speaking to a delegation from chivas tiny but staunchest a broadcast by peking radio night said the purge Lias reached a new turning Point after workers in Shanghai organized into a 1millionstrong body under the guidance of the revolutionary line represented by japanese correspondents in peking reported sunday the massive inflow of red students and peasants into the chinese capital since december is believed badly hurting chivas Industrial up reported mar 8ki As pc Down copter in Delta Saigon a eight servicemen were killed sunday when a helicopter was shot Down in the Mekong Delta about 7 Miles Southwest of can a military spokesman the ninth Man aboard the aircraft was listed As the spokesman said the Heli a ch47 was the big twin Rotor helicopters have a capacity of 33 but the spokesman said there were Only nine persons aboard when the Chinook was brought Ovyn by suspected enemy ground can Tho is 80 Miles Southwest of 700 Viet Cong killed in Surprise attack continued from Page 1 Chu which Are separated by about 30 Miles of one Leatherneck plane was shot Down while supporting some of the marines fighting 26 Miles South of a the big Marine Battle was at the Village of ban 15 Miles South of a when a com 24 Pacific stars stripes Pany of leathernecks swooped Down in helicopters after learning that Viet Cong cadre were holding a unofficial Marine estimates at Danang put the communist death toll near but the official count released by Headquarters in Saigon still was the Battle was at close Range sometimes 10 to 20 Heli copter gunships swarmed in and raked the area with machine the marines estimated there were two companies of Well equipped and Well trained Viet they wore Blu Green uni the marines suffered moderate before Dawn sunday bitter fighting erupted 8 Miles Southeast of a where an estimated 100 Viet Cong attacked a Marine defensive the Battle raged for a helicopter gunships blasted the communist positions and aircraft lit the scene with after it was 21 enemy bodies were found in the barbed wire around the defensive Perim an artillery Battery of the Lith hit enemy concentrations in Quang tin about 42 Miles Southeast a and killed nine More Shal Lin 2 Man in the chinese communist Hierarchy and heir apparent to May be seriously ill in according to the English weekly asian week end which said Lin was absent from a rally of Lin has not shown up in Public gatherings lately and his whereabouts is a pileup continued from Page 1 some cars were hit by As Many As seven other Twenty Tow trucks were called to Clear the which blocked northbound lanes of interstate a major freeway be tween san Diego and los an for several the Chain reaction began when a Motorist slowed abruptly while passing a minor Accident in a fog about Miles South of Del other their vision restricted by slammed into the slowed All we could hear was the screeching of tires and people one of the hospitals reported five of the injured in fair condition and 14 i satisfactory fifteen others were treated and released weather Usan Westlur Central Tokyo area monday night fair Loav 20 tuesday fair High 40 sundays temperatures Loav High temperatures 15 h l Tokyo Chitose i Tauke Seoul Naha 42 20 17 21 40 31 12 2 62 44 Taipei Manila Guam 65 43 88 71 80 76 82 hot stateside temperatures not

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