Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 31 1967, Page 1

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 31, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Embassies a detective inspects damaged Furnace room at the yugoslav embassy in Washington after an explosion ripped this Hole in the front of the a radio photo Tokyo Mao Tseung leadership in communist China monday can celeb All workers holidays for the chinese new year in an apparent Effort to Stem spreading strife from Sinkiang in the West to Kwangsik in the peking radio announced the saying maos foes hoped to use the Holiday to incite work ers to leave their japanese Cor respondents in peking reported that shooting was continuing in Sinkiang despite intervention of the Peoples liberation army on orders from Premier Chou in there were indications local army units were defying the peking speaking for suggested that his foes hoped to use the lunar new year 9 to create More normally the chinese observe the Holiday for a 4 to 7day announcing the peking radio said maos followers must continued on Back 4 w x x in x 6 yugoslav missions hit in Washington bombed two yugoslav embassies and four consulates in the United states and Canada Early sunday in Well coordinated raids that one Diplomat blamed on anti Tito exiles who fled Yugoslavia with hitlers armies in no injuries were reported in the bombings at the embassies in Washington and and the consulates at san new York City and but a fireman died of a heart at tack while inspecting damage in new and a child was thrown from his bed by the embassy blast in police set up guards around the yugoslav consulate in the Only one in the United states and Canada to escape the bomb the Pittsburgh con an authorized publication of the armed forces n the far East five Star edition of i i n supplements b 30 1967 slate occupies the 16th floor of a 25story apartment the other consulates and the embassies Are at ground Secretary of state Dean Rusk expressed his regrets to yugoslav ambassador Veljko Micunovic in the state depart ment called the bombing outrageous and senseless acts of terrorism that can Only be condemned by the american the White House had no com Micunovic delivered a formal protest to under Secretary of state Nicholas Katzenbach at the state department sunday the note called for the most energetic investigation and the punishment of the perpetrators of continued on Back 1 a Washington policeman examines damaged foundation and Hole after an explosion at the yugoslav embassy three yugoslav consulates in the and one in Canada plus the yugoslav embassy in were also damaged by blasts up Racli photo Baker on 7 counts Washington a a Federal jury sunday convicted former democratic Senate Secretary Bobby Baker of income tax larceny of Campaign funds and Baker did not change expression when the jury of six men and six women announced its verdict in a tense scene before District judge Oliver the culminating a 3 week Means that the former Power in the Senate could be subjected to possible punishment of 48 years in prison and a continued on Back 5 bulletin Saigon up the final contingent of the 9th moved into South Vietnam monday with the arrival of 200 the Force be Gan unloading at Vung a resort 40 Miles South of monday its arrival brought the divisions strength to about

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