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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 24, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Bomb Laden Jet plows into c141 5 by sp4 Ray Belford Vietnam air Force Crews Nunen were killed Early thursday when a Marine a6 taking off at Danang a with 16 500pound collided with a cargo Laden c141 Star lifter that exploded in the woman Crew of the attack bomber escaped with minor cuts and the one survivor the blast that destroyed the huge air Force transport was reported in Good condition at the base hos military spokesman said the Star lifter arriving at Danang from Yokota Abs carried pounds of cargo included pounds of volatile acetylene he said the which was carrying six pods of rockets be sides the bomb was taking off when it smashed broadside into the top of the c141 on one of the two main airstrips at the sprawling the smaller plane reeled some 100 Yards before crashing and the four engine Turbo prop transport was demolished by a fiery explosion that turned the sky red As the fuel and some of the ordnance caught of the air Only the Load master both planes were burned to charred wreck it Indiana Indianapolis haute map bombs continued from Page 1 the engine of the Illinois Central the collision at the which did not have a Flasher Sig ripped off the rear third of the big trucks trailer and sent the eight wheel tandem 100 feet Down the tracks into the the trailer smashed against the Barber shop and electric causing extensive the in from Crane naval about 30 Miles East to the West was driven by Earl about 15 bombs were scattered on the while the rest remained in the front Trothi Rosof the demolition experts from Crane arrived on the scene and super Vised the loading of the bombs in another a spokesman said the bombs were full of explosives and had but none contained Deto 4 held As rustlers Mexico up four men were arrested for cattle rustling when police found a Bull in the Back of their police said they had to dismantle the Back seat of the car to get the animal the crash Tore a huge Hole in one which was conspiracy continued from Page 1 Rouge emerged from the grand jury he was flanked by two of garrisons i cant talk right Russo told Russus appearance followed the disclosure that a witness sub penned to appear Gordon was in the attorney for the missing Steven said his client left town saturday and will return in due plot Len would not comment on Why novel was in nor would he say Why his client was Timtim Northi korean newsman us Kun i arrives in Seoul by helicopter shortly after his defection at at left is rear Nam South korean Delegate to the military armistice com a Raili photo Union turns Down up contract bid new York up United press in negotiations with the wire service Guild tuesday offered new wage proposals giving to scale newsmen and photographers a minimum of per week in the course of a two year the Union rejected the the offer was made As the com Pany and Union continued negotiate with a strike deadline set by the Union for Midnight continued from Page 1 whose other passenger was Donald com Mander of the joint Security area support failing Sev eral Drew their my pistols and pumped a fusillade of shots at and Over the vehicle and sped Down a winding the North koreans dropped a wooden pole Barrier in another attempt to halt the the whom unc officials re fused to slowed through it with a crash that shattered the sedans w in d s i e 1 the car paused for a then sped past the last Check Point in the truce to the joint Security area base Camp that lies just outside of no one in the carwash after a Brief rest at the officers i was via army at Yon san near unc to be greeted by Republic of Korea vice defense minister sue Ryong Kang a swarm of this was at one hour and 50 min utes after he entered the Sedan at Panmunjom and fled told reporters he left his wife and three Small children in the North korean Cap he had worked As a newsman at Panmunjom for three the who is the third North korean journalist to defect to the said he had Learned of Progress there through Classi fied news films shown Only to top communist i reportedly was taken to Seoul military a for a physical Examina Tion before he was released to Rok who permitted to further the other two defectors were Tong Juri former correspondent for the official soviet news paper who defected in and Jae Duk onetime North korean Central news Agency editor who fled to the Rok from Kuna charged in a broadcast from Pyongyang that i had been kidnapped by unc guards and demanded his the meeting had been called by the Richard Ciccolella charged the communists with attacking a unc guard Post in the demilitarized zone monday shortly after i the communists called a meeting of the military armistice commission secretaries for 2 no reason was but George unc Secre planned to protest shooting by the North koreans in the joint lbs to try for peace despite to snub continued from Page 1 Ford noted that the North Vietnam Leader has Emp a his belief the communist position has significant support in the United i dont blame him for believing that when he reads of the deep divisions in the democratic Ford As Long As he has that Feck Ingi rather doubt that Hes going to sit Down at the peace the longer he holds out 24 Pacific stars stripes March 1967 Ter peace terms he assumes he can Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana said differences Between Johnson and Kennedy Over the Vietnam bomb ing Issue Are of Seman not of Kennedy earlier told newsmen the presidents letter to to set the further condition that we have evidence that Hanoi has Al ready ceased its infiltration before we Stop the this apparently referred to the passage of the letter in which Johnson said he was ready to halt bomb my and further buildup of forces As soon As i am South Vietnam by land and by sea has officials re ported that Allied military leaders at the Guam conference agreed the Vietnam War could go on in definitely unless military pressure Breaks the will of the North Viet there is no sign Hanoi resolve is they these who could hot be sidestepped questions of whether additional military Steps might be taken to Force the communists to negotiate a the officials portrayed the Vietnam communists As often Short of food and diseased and Low in yet still pressing the while forces Are killing enemy troops at a rate 60 per cent higher than last they Hanoi is still Able to replace their losses and apparently will continue to do so until it Abandons plans to overthrow the despite officials manpower goals for the end of 1967 remain the to be about of use of air base Thailand a the government announced wednesday it has decided to Al Low partial use of military installations at Tapao air base in Southern Thailand by forces in order to help bring the War in Vietnam to a Quick the announcement added this was done at a request of the the thai announcement did not say what Type of aircraft would be allowed to us 3 installations at Tapao which has an a thai official said earlier the thai Cabinet had agreed to per Mit air Force b52 bombers to use Tapao at Satta hip to Fly missions against communist tar gets in in officials said b52 bombers probably will begin operating from Thailand against enemy bases in Vietnam in four to eight up re Secretary of state Dean Rusk issued a statement thanking thai land for its Rusk said agreement by the thai government planes to operate from the base showed that Thailand As does the United that it is by standing together As allies that we preserve our own ind Peri Clennee and Thaila Ita hip stats and stripes Chicago teen fires at student crowd Chicago up an old youth armed with a a Gas mask and rounds of ammunition shouted Here i am from the Balcony of a High school auditorium wednesday and then fired six Rifle shots into the crowd of students no one was police seized the youth on a stairway leading to the first floor and held him for world weather sap weather Central Tokyo area thursday night fair Low mid 80s Friday fair High mid 60s temperatures Low High 62 temperatures March 23 h Tokyo 3hitose i Tauke Seoul Naha 62 40 37 13 57 45 43 37 71 63 Taipei Manila Guam Saigon h 63 93 81 91 by United press International album ii Atlanta Bismarck Boston Buffalo Chicago Cleveland Denver h 69 34 London 72 53 i Memphis 54 Miami 34 24 Milken 36 30 min Polis 40 36 Moscow 40 36 40 34 36 29 Dos Moines 51 32 Detroit 39 35 Fairbanks 27 of Worth 73 46 Hong Kong 77 63 Honolulu 78 67 Houston 175 60 Jakarta 95 74 Sackville 75 63 City 57 28 Bumpur 94 73 Bias vegas 78 45 h 59 73 60 73 36 36 37 35 55 35 84 46 33 65 Antonio 75 Orlins nyc Paris Phoenix pit Burgh Reno Louis Salt Lake san Diego san fran Seattle 61 67 63 64 61 75 75 75 40 62 46 69 32 52 32 46 32 46 36 19 29 40 62 30 61 63 42

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