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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 21, 1967, Tokyo, Japan2 senators see War step up in Guam talks mudslide derails train in California four diesel units were derailed and an engine plunged into the Sacramento River near Dunsmuir Cal., when the freight struck sen. Brooke hints at peace possibility Washington up sen. Edward w. Brooke a mass Cut Short a trip to Southeast Asia and returned Home saturday to discuss something which May be of some importance with the state department. Brooke said the matter could not properly be describe Das a peace feeler but said it dealt with Vietnam and could possibly Lead to peace. To. The senator said he met re Adam returns to preaching Bimini Bahamas up Adam Clayton Powell returning to the role of a Baptist minister preached brotherhood and peace sunday to an audience of Bimini ans tourists and newsmen Gath ered on a Tennis court. Powell said the world must see racial Harmony and an end to the Vietnam War. Powell said he had hoped to deliver the Sermon at his Church in Harlem. But his return to new York City could mean arrest for criminal contempt stemming from a Long standing defamation suit so he decided to stay Here. One bosom woman tourist insisted on posing for pictures in front of Powell during his Sermon. Powell was not distracted. Flying grandpa eyes own record Eugene Ore. Up theman known As the flying grand father says lie will try to break his world record 7,900-mile non Stop flight from South Africa to St. Petersburg Fla. Max Conrad 64-year-old father of 10, said saturday he would try to break the twin engine recording a single engine aircraft he built. He has not set the Date forthe flight. Preventatives of Hanoi and peking during a visit to Cambodia but told newsmen he did not have any private discussions with them. He said the meeting occurred during the ceremonial dedication of a new Bridge. Brooke said he was not pre pared to say what my conclusions Are at this time following his tour of South Vietnam Cam Bodia Thailand Hong Kong Tai wan and Tokyo. I m going to take All the in formation i be gathered put it together and arrive at some conclusions and impressions that i will announce in a Senate speech he said. A 125-foot Long mudslide caused by Mcacy Rains. There were no injuries. A Ford heiress Niarchos split Juarez Mexico up divorce was formally granted saturday to Charlotte for Niarchos and the greek shipping magnate she married in 1965, Stavros Ford motor co. Heiress and Niarchos were married dec. 10,19 55 in this mexican Border City across from Elpaso Tex. Cus Tody of their child Elena Anna was awarded to heiress arrived in Juarez Friday to file for the quickie divorce. The petition said they consent to the divorce on grounds of in compatibility of character. He was not sure would make the Brooke said How soon he speech. He said he found the morale of american troops fighting in Viet Nam generally excellent. Headed he saw no evidence to sup port charges that an abnormal percentage of negro soldiers were being sent to Vietnam. Maoists arrest Canton mayor Hong Kong a Canto mayor Tseng Sun and about 20 other City and provincial official shave been arrested for opposing the pro Mao army takeover of Kiangtung province travellers from Canton reported said Tseng had been accused of inciting factory worker sin Canton and peasants in out lying districts to resist and Over throw the military control pro maoists Are trying to impose. Schenectady fire Schenectady . A a Throe alarm fire sunday destroyed a Branch Library and two stores near the main business District of Schenectady. There were no injuries. Solo Sailor loses radio Contact Punta Arenas Chile a a 20-knot wind blew sunday across dark Choppy seas off dreaded Capo Horn. Visibility was loss than two Miles. Some where out in that Murk was sir Francis c h i c h e s t e a sailing around the world by himself. None of those waiting for the65-Yoar-old British Yachtsman to round the tip of South americ and head into the Atlantic for Plymouth England 8,300 Miles away could say with Confidence where Chichester was. Radio operators were having trouble picking up transmissions from the 53-foot Gipsy Moth Ivand even More trouble under standing them through the Static. One operator said he understood Chichester to say hews about 180 Miles from the Cape on Satur Day night chilean military sources said their Best estimate was that Chichester would round Cape Horn sometime sunday night or monday morning beginning the final leg of his 15,000-mile Home Vard voyage from Australia. The British ice patrol ship has protector and an Argentine Navy vessel planned to try to rendezvous with Chichester off the Cape to offer any on Shore were not Able to Contact the ships to learn i they had communicated with Chi Chester. Washington a the Senate majority Leader and the chairman of the Senate foreign relation committee both said sunday they think the current top level Guam conference will be followed by increased pressure in Vietnam. Vice president Hubert , Hovy Ever maintained the administration s position that the Guam conference in which president Johnson meets . And South vietnamese officials leaders is concerned primarily with civil development in South Vietnam. Sen. Mike Mansfield a Mont said some very important Mili tary decisions that could intensify the Vietnam War May emerge from the conference. J and in another interview . W. Fulbright dark chair Man of the foreign relation committee expressed his per Sonal View that . Manpower and pressure would be increased in the near future with the aim of decimating the enemy and forcing the surrender. Mansfield the Senate demo cratic Leader has maintained close relations with Johnson while opposing any further escalation of the asian conflict. The White House has indicate that stress will be Laid at the con Ference on the other War the pacification and civilian develop ment of South Vietnam. Mans Field said he is convinced significant decisions will be made in that Field. But he said he believes there May be a decision to deploy a substantial number of american troops in the Mekong Delta which lie described As the heart of Cheviet Cong organization Man Power and while Johnson is meeting wit Premier Nguyen Cao by at Guam the Senate will consider a $12.2-billion Vietnam supple mental Supply Bill. Such Meas ures usually provoke fresh at tacks on and defense of Johnson s policies. Fulbright was interviewed on the lbs radio television program face the think they will increase the manpower Over there substantially in the near future Fulbright said probably. Following this conference and the pressure willbe increased and they will decimate these people until they do give up and then they will begin la have or. Bysouth vietnamese Premier Nguyen Casky acting As president he continued and Well go through All that rigmarole All Over and Well be on the Way to creating new he questioned the Wisdom of the . Attempting to direct the creation of a new society in a asian nation with a culture alien to this country expressed doubt the . Administration wants to negotiate Vietnam settlement on any but its own indirectly disputed this View denying the doubts expressed by some about this coun try s sincerity in seeking peace negotiations. Humphrey was heard on Abc television radio interview pro Gram issues and swallows on Al san Juan Capistrano Cal. Up the swallows returned sunday. They braved Gusty winds off the Pacific Ocean to arrive precisely on schedule for St. Joseph s Day for the 190th recorded year. More than 4,500 persons arrived Early at the san Juan Mission de spite cold weather and Strong winds to witness the descent of the Birds. Scout swallows had been arriving at the Mission for nearly a week according to Mission Swallow expert Bill Smith. About 100 of them arrive during the week to Check things out for the other Birds he this morning 200 More arrived at the Mission and thou Sands of others Are at the Mesa just outside the grounds to legend the Swal lows once came to san Juan Capistrano and built their nests around the Village inn. The tavern owner distracted by their noise smashed their patiently con Truc cd nests. I a padre walking by the tavern called to the Birds come Swal lows come to the Mission and we will give you shelter. There is room enough there for they have come to the Mission Ever since on March 19. 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