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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 29, 1967, Tokyo, JapanTide of Century reveals 6 Miles of seabed a Hadi photo at High tide rushes past the 1,000-year-old Abbey of Mont St. Michel flooding Low Marshlands and Able to build a bomb a compiled from a and up new Delhi India is now capable of building heroin atomic bomb foreign minister m. C. Chagla told parliament monday. But the nation s nuclear capability will be used for peaceful purposes Only he said. We can explode the bomb but we will not do s aids stressed that his use of the word can m. C. Chagla claim Bias at world s fair new York up the Newyork Urban league sunday asked president Johnson to withdraw United states participation in the Canadian world s fair scheduled to open in Montreal april 28. Or. Eugene s. Callender presi Dent of the league said Canadian officials have a policy of racial discrimination. The United states is constructing a $9 million exhibition at the fair. Callender in a letter to the president said negroes and other non Whites Are being barred fro employment at the fair solely because of their race Herman the Hippo found on ranch Huntington Beach Cal a Herman the Hippo has been found. The 1,500-Pound Hippopotamus disappeared saturday from his circuit Cage at Hunting ton Beach. Herman was found monday enjoying a big mud puddle on a horse ranch 15 Miles away. Did not mean India had a nuclear weapon today. His statement simply Means if we want to produce one we can we have the potential but we do not have the weapon assembled and ready to explode a foreign ministry spokesman said. Chagla said India would con Sider her own Security of Para mount importance in contemplating signing any treaty to Block the spread of nuclear weapons. Chagla offered this qualification when asked by a fellow parliamentarian if it would be Safe for India not to produce a nuclear bomb when its enemy China i rapidly assuming the proportions of a nuclear Power. We Are a non aligned country Chagla told parliament. We Donot have any military pact with anybody so we would not receive Protection from any nuclear country if another country at tacked he said these and other considerations would be discussed at length before India put an official signature to any nuclear treaty. We have especially to take int consideration the threat and menace posed by China he said. Communist China is the Only asian country now known to be developing nuclear arms. In Europe France has spurned the backed move toward a treaty Banning the spread of nuclear arms and i developing her own atomic Arsenal. No other nation is kno in to be pushing for atomic arms. India has two major atomic Power projects one in Trembay about 12 Miles from Bonifay and the other at Maha Pratap Sagar in state. Southwest of new Delhi. Hoffa due in courtroom Chattanooga term. Up a Federal judge monday granted teamsters president James s request to leave prison to appear in court for hearing of his motion for a new trial. Hoffa two weeks ago began serving a eight year prison term at Lewisburg pa., for his 19i3conviction on jury tampering charges. He will remain in fed eral custody when freed to appear in court May 8 in Chattanooga. . District court judge fran Wilson granted the request. Hoffa s attorneys a r g u e d that he should be present when evidence for the new trial motion is was convicted in february 1963, on charges of attempt ing to bribe or otherwise influence jurors when he was on trial in a conspiracy Case. Cry pics of View policy Geneva Switzerland a vice president Hubert h. Humphrey monday likened the in Vietnam to its stands in Berlin and Korea and said we have nothing to Humphrey injected Vietnam and european criticism of . Policy in Asia into a 45-Minutetalk to personnel of the american Mission Here on the first Day of his two week european swing. This is a peace administration Humphrey declared but a peace with Honor in Vietnam Humphrey said . Is carrying out three objectives of the in charter to sup press aggression to promote self determination and to assist in nation building. We have not some americana in mind he said. We have no desire to be the world but he contended the . Hada commitment to Vietnam and if we Welsh on commitments there will be no Humphrey compared criticism of president Johnson s Southe Astasia policy with attacks on for Mer presidents Franklin and Harry s. Truman. The vice president said during Brief Airport ceremony that the negotiations for a nonproliferation treaty Are a life and death St. Malo France up the tide of the Century claimed its first known Vic Tim monday As the sea rolled Back to its furthest Point from land in More than 67years. A 19-year-old youth at Luc sur Mer on the Calvados coast of Northwest France took a Small boat out into the English Channel to float on the outgoing tide the vessel overturned and the youth body was not recovered. The sea at Low tide withdrew six Miles from the coast of this Brittany fishing port leaving the famed Abby of Mont St. Michel,20 Miles away the highest and driest it has been since january.1900, tens of thousands of person from Dunkirk in the North to henday in the extreme South watched the sea uncover Many relics. Armies of curious families scientists treasure seekers and beachcombers splashed out on the untrodden Sands and rocks uncovered by the retreating Oceania Hopes of finding something valuable. Fishermen had a Field Day As armed with lines nets buckets baskets and Spades they retrieve fish lobster and crabs trapped in pools. Near Conquet in Brittany the super tide uncovered the remains of gallic roman Walls and a nearby Saint Mathieu a number of Cannon from a sunken Galleon were found. In the Bay of Douay Nenez South of Brest a number of fossilized Trees were seen. Among the ships uncovered waste Cruiser Admiral Courbet scuttled in june 1944, to act As breakwater during the a Day landings. As the tide began to turn at 3p.m. The crowds began to run from the beaches. Officials had said the returning tide pushed by High winds and driving rain would Roll Back with the Speed of a galloping in the Bay of Mont St. Michel a dam protecting below sea level Meadows was smashed by the Force of the sea flooding the land firemen and Farmers fought to close the breach with sandbags and Earth before High tide. The tide of the Century was caused by More violent Spring tides than usual. Record $203 bit. Tax haul forecast Washington up governments at All Levels will collect a record $203 billion in taxes fro the american people during the current 1967 fiscal year the tax foundation estimated monday. The foundation a private non profit organization said the combined Federal state and local levies will Cost the average fam ily about $3,300. Surfers help save Mother infant trapped beneath f Huntington Beach Calif. A teenage surfers paddled through a rough surf to Aid a family trapped in an overturned boat sunday. Floyd Buchanan 35, of Para mount drowned but his wife Patricia 25, and daughter april,16 months were revived by life guards who Knelt on borrowed surfboards to administer Mouth to Mouth were taken to a Hospital at Newport Beach where the child was reported in serious condition. Two friends of the Buchanan mrs. Sarah Clayton 42, and Rob Ert Lee 37, both of Paramount were thrown Clear of the 25-foot inboard boat. They swam to Shore. Mrs. Buchanan told police the had switched off the engine to fish and did not realize the boat was Drifting near the breaker line. She said a six foot wave rolled the boat Over trapping the family beneath it. Lifeguard Dave Ashleigh said he knocked on the Side of the boat and asked is anyone in there then he heard cries for help. Ashleigh Dove under the boat and pulled mrs. Buchanan to the surface. He also grabbed what he thought was a Pillow. It turned out to be the baby. Surfers helped free Buchanan but he had drowned. Pacific stars & stripes 3 wednesday March 29, 1967

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