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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 30, 1967, Tokyo, JapanVictims of of. Louis twister a boy leaves his Home which was destroyed by a Tornado in Maryland Heights mo., a suburb of St. Louis. Two neighbors carry furniture fro the ruins. About 30 to 40 Homes were destroyed. Up peace talks sex nazi Aid denies under Way Frk says Oxford England a the next three or four weeks will be critical for the search for peace in the Republic of Vietnam sen Robert f. Kennedy . Told Oxford University students Satur Day. Kennedy said secret talks were now going on and insisted that they must be carried out that Wayand not in the Glare of publicity. The senator answering questions from students at the packed Oxford Union debating society gave no further information about the secret talks nor did he say where they were being held. A state department official thursday said there had been secret contacts with the Viet Cong rebels recently but he said the talks were confined to a discus Sion of the welfare of american prisoners in South Vietnam. The same Day the new Yor times said meetings with Viet Cong representatives were believed to have taken place in Cairo. In peking defaced by red guards Tokyo a slogan shouting red guards an workers staged a massive rally outside the soviet embassy in peking Friday to protest what they claimed were unprovoked attacks against chinese students in Moscow last s official new China news Agency Nina reported saturday the demonstrators painted in bold characters on the Walls of the embassy Bash in the head of Rosy Gin Brezhnev and company blood debts must be repaid infill Alexei Kosygin is the Premier soviet Union. Leonid Brezhnev missing tug ship spotted Elizabeth City . A the coast guard reported saturday morning it had located civilian tugboat and a Liberty ship missing off the North Caro Lina coast since Friday night when the tug apparently los Power while towing the 441-foot vessel. A spokesman at the Elizabet City coast guard station said both the tug the Tern and the ship had been picked up on radar and sighted by a spotter said the vessels were about 15 Miles apart. No radio Contact had Bee made and the coast guard said it knew of no injuries. Munich West Germany up the former Secretary of the nazi is officer responsible for resettling jews from wartime Holland said Friday she though the victims sent to ther Eisenstadt. Concentration Camp would live out the evening of their lives Slottke 64, Secretary to fellow defendant maj. Wilhelm Zoepfl said she knew absolutely nothing about the ultimate fat of the jews most of whom died in the Gas Chambers of Auschwitz and Hitler s other death Camps. She made the denial to chief judge or. Karl Goeppner Al though Zoepfl had admitted earlier in the Day that he knew the jews swede arrested at . Embassy Stockholm a a student smashed the Glass front of the . Embassy forced open locked door and entered the build ing Early saturday police re ported. They said per Ake Berglind,26, made no Effort to resist police who arrested him after they we recalled by a . Marine. Guard. Police have patrolled the embassy area around the clock be cause of recent demonstration against the Vietnam War. An embassy official said the student burned some papers out Side the building. No motive was immediately offered. Handled by his office in the Hague were being sent to their deaths. Among the 90,000 victims was 15-year-old Anne Frank. Miss Slottke showed no Emo Tion As Goeppner questioned her about her knowledge of the Camp the dutch jews were sent to. No she said she knew absolutely nothing of any jews being about Mau Hausen concentration Camp the main Transi Complex for jews awaiting ship ment to death and labor at All she replied. And about Khz concentration amp ther Eisenstadt miss Slottke answered i assumed that the people there would be Able to pass the evening of their lives because the Camp handled persons who served inthe first world War for Ger Man meaning it concerned deserving jews.". Goeppner persisted. An Auschwitz he asked. I Only knew that it Lay i Poland and was a reservation for the later Transfer of jews she replied. Spectators in the court protested loudly several times at her testimony. Miss Slottke like Zoepfl discharged with complicity in the deaths of 45,982 jews. The Mai defendant in the Case sex is Gen eral Wilhelm Harster is charge with helping kill about 80,000 jews. Russ warn on nazi resurgence Moscow a the soviet government saturday told the Western Powers that dangerous Neo nazi activity has erupted again in West Germany and demanded that it should Stop. This warning the official Tass Agency said was contained in messages delivered saturday tothe american British French and we St German embassies in cow. It added that the soviet govern ment expects the West German government to take the necessary Steps to Cut Short activity of this kind which it said was dangerous to peace. A Moscow radio broadcast said the soviet government has urged that serious attention be Given to the threatening activities of the forces of nazism and militarism in West Germany. In a statement just released i describes the resurgent militarism in the Federal Republic As a manifestation of the fatal malady that produced the Hitler regime in it Day. A foundation is being Laid inthe country for a nuclear missile Industry of its own. The soviet government considers there can be to safeguards in such a Situa Tion against the appearance of a new Hitler in the Federal Republic,.moreover a Hitler armed with nuclear Moscow broadcast brought immediate speculation Amon British observers that the soviets May be interested in damping Down the explosive situation in the far East. Don t make pm like they used to paso Robles Cal. Up Anold Furnace which had kept the congregation warm at a mennonite Church for Many years was recently declared faulty by the Cit building inspector. Church officials installed a new Furnace As ordered. The Church burned to the ground thursday. Faulty Furnace was listed As cause of the Blaze. Rattler Roundup town has More Snake than people Whigham a. Up More than 100 Snake Hunters stalked the deadly Eastern Diamondback rat Tler saturday for the annual Grady county Rattlesnake Roundup pos Sibly the earliest Snake Hunt in the Hunters fanned out Over the Countryside shortly after Dawn seeking to rid the South Georgia i county of As Many snakes As pos sible. There Are More rattlers i Grady than people. The six Hunters who brought inthe largest number of snakes and the one who nabbed the biggest were to share $300 in Cash prizes. The colourful event to capture the rattlers which average 6 feet in length and can weigh 25 pounds began As a serious Community project seven years ago after a 1 boy scout Vas bitten while on a camping trip. He liked to have died said Clarence Mobley of the Whigham Community club which sponsor the annual Hunt. Mobley said that Snake bite and several other alarmed the Community and resulted in the Roundup. There are25,000 rattlers in Grady and 18,000 people. Is the Secretary of the soviet communist party. Nina monitored in Tokyo did not report any violence against members of the embassy or other russians living in the communist chinese capital. But japanese correspondents stationed in peking said the demonstrators painted slogans and pounded cars belonging to soviet claims 200 to 300 soviet soldiers policemen and govern ment agents attacked the chinese students in Moscow wednesday when they attempted to pay Hom age at the tombs of Lenin an Stalin. The chinese say 30 Stu dents were injured four seriously. French free chinese Paris a waving books with the thoughts of Mao tse Tung and singing the internationale 46 chinese Stu dents were released from police custody saturday after an at tempt to March on the russian embassy Friday night. The students walked out of the police station and stepped into police vans to be taken to a unnamed destination presumably designated by the chinese embassy. One student who was carrying a Dagger was the police broke up the March on the russian embassy two chinese students were injured. Officials at the Hospital where they were treated for head wounds said their condition was not serious. Seven policemen were treated for minor injuries after the scuffle. Twenty seven policemen re ported that their uniforms had been torn or spotted with White paint which the students carried apparently to throw. Against the embassy front. � i China Russ Swap charges Moscow a the communist chinese embassy released saturday a message from Prem Ier Chou in Lai and foreign min ister Chen i charging blood repression against chinese Stu dents by soviet police in a re Square scuffle wednesday. The soviet foreign ministry called a rival press conference to dispute the chinese charge Sand describe the red Square incident As a provocation unprecedented in s o v i e Pacific stars & stripes 3 monday Jan. 30, 1907

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