Pacific Stars And Stripes in Tokyo, Tôkyô
4 Sep 1962

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4 Sep 1962

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 4, 1962, Tokyo, Japan On Ama Mishima mercy flight crash kills 12 japanese Tokyo twelve Crew members of a japanese maritime Sel defense Force p2v septime were killed Mon Day when their patrol plane plunged into a House on Amati Oshima 150 Miles North of the Neptune plane was on a mercy Mission carrying blood and plasma from Kano a near for an emergency operation on an Amati crash of the plane started of Jug a fire that injured 18 and left homeless when 30 buildings i i were destroyed in Nase witnesses said the plane made one pass Over the target near Nase where the blood and plasma were to be dropped by its Wing clipped a tree and the aircraft plummeted into a the plane burst into flames and wreckage was scattered Over a wide one crewman survived crash but died after he taken to a nearby Taylor Breaks them up Tokyo William army Japan chemical was killed Mon Day when his car rammed into the rear of a stopped truck in Sagami Hara Southwest of his widow lives at the Sagami Hara family housing area at Camp military police reports of the Accident said that troughs car ran into a 6ton japanese truck that was halted in a traffic no passengers were in troughs the Accident occurred at about 2 and Strough was pronounced dead on arrival at at the Camp Zama army officials there Waid he died of internal Strough was from he came to Japan in his John lives in and a i Star lives in the was defense Agency officials said hazy weather in the area May have obscured the pilots visits Tokyo airman who died in a River near Yokota a sunday when the car in which he was a passenger tumbled Down an embankment was identified tuesday morning As Charles of medical authorities at Yokota said tuesday they were still con ducting an autopsy into the cause of Gibsons the with six other plunged into the Kigawa River after a Flash rainstorm blotted out the six other including three airmen assigned to Yokota and three dependent were but not Seri assigned to 3d bomb is survived by his and Charles Gibson of Katsugi Japan vice William Smedberg chief of naval left for tuesday morn ing for personnel talks at the Fleet activities he was to Stop briefly at Ita Zuke continue on to Casebo and return to Katsugi Nas tuesday Smedberg arrived in Japan Friday on a 15day flying tour of the far East to discuss personnel problems with Navy officers and enlisted his party will Fly to Taipei wednesday for a today visit and then to Hong Kong for two More the party will then go on to the Philippines for three Days and will visit Guam and Kwajalein on their Way to the Amy Aims for Taipei Tokyo typhoon Amy tuesday aimed her 161 Nile a hour winds directly at the nationalist chinese capital of planes of the Guam based 56th weather reported Amy was 420 Miles Southeast of moving Northwest at 11 Early weathermen forecast that am would be 115 Miles Southeast of Taipei at 3 thrash relieves Dew of Iwakuni 1wakuni Japan William Holder of the Silver legion of and distinguished flying relieved Elkin Dew As 1st Marine aircraft Wing chief of staff Here chief of staff since last is being transferred to Marine thrash served As chief of third expeditionary brigade in Thailand before his assign ment Pacific stars stripes a remark by general Maxwell Taylor brings laughter from officers and pretty Yoshiko Osa who presented him with Flowers upon his arrival monday at Yokota from left general Keizo chairman of the joint staff Japan defense Agency Jacob forces Japan and fifth air Force and Leo Hawel 41st air Yokota photo Japan lists Okinawa As cholera area Tokyo Okinawa was listed As a cholera contaminated area by the Japan ministry of health and welfare monday As three More okinawan were re ported to be suffering from Cho lera symptoms at a Oki the Japan ministry also issued emergency instructions to All quarantine stations in Japan to bolster anti cholera measures for ships and air planes arriving Here from the ministry took action when reports from the Naha International Airport revealed that Masao an employee of aeronautical radio a Civi Lian firm at the was carrying cholera Public health officials and government of the Ryukyu is lands health authorities pronounced Touras preliminary tests tests by Navy medical re search unit 2 on Taiwan showed negative results on to although it was found that he had cholera germs in his body when Pacific stars and stripes Oki Nawa Bureau reported tuesday morning that three unidentified men were isolated monday As suspected cholera cases after they were reported suffering from vomiting stomach disorders and the three men underwent Exten Sive tests at the Naha Central Hospital but As of noon no conclusive results were report one of the three men had been employed in a Naha restaurant which was closed by Gri health officials pending results of cholera government medical Tea m s were combing the entire Island to seek further symptoms of the mass inoculations were continuing with thousands of okinawan swarming to Emer gency vaccination Naha hospitals were reported to be releasing patients Well enough to go Home so As to have Beds ready in Case of an no awarded medal Fuchu Japan John 1st weather Wing has been awarded the air Force commendation medal for achievement As a weather equipment techno Moorman begins visit to Japa Tokyo Thomas vice command Erin Pacific air arrived at Tachikawa a monday night from Osan Republic of for a five Day visit to air Force installations in on an official tour of air Force activities in the far East and Southeast has also visited in Tho the Republic of Viet Okinawa and while in he will attend conferences and briefings at fifth air at Fuchu As tues visit the 41st air at Yokota a tour the kanto base command and 315th air at Tachikawa a thurs Day and return to Fuchu Friday for a final round of meetings and Moorman also will Confer with Jacob com Mander of fifth air he will leave for Hickam a on Okinawa elects pro men Okinawa candidates of the Okinawa Liberal democratic party old won eight out of twelve posts in sundays mayoral it was announced Here candidates of the leftist Okinawa socialist masses party Somp won four according to elec Tion eight winning candidates were incumbents who were reelected for fou year Miyake Jima tour arum or inspects quake if Isle Tokyo Ryo Taro Azuma inspected Relief work tuesday on tiny Miyake Jima rocked by nearly earthquakes in the past 10 Azuma arrived at the Island aboard a Japan defense Agency with him were Takeshi professor of earthquake research at Tokyo University and Hiromi chief of the Tokyo governments general affairs 120 Miles Southwest of is administered by the Tokyo metropolitan the two mile wide Island has been jolted by earthquakes since the sudden violent eruption of mount Oyama the eruption sub sided officials said tuesday that the flood of islanders leaving Miyake Jima had slowed to a some most of them school have been evacuated from the Island in the past Japan meteorological Agency earthquake experts continued to stress tuesday that the worst of the quakes on the Island were Over and the Chance of new Large scale quakes or eruptions was extremely the Tokyo government has rushed tons of Relief supplies to Miyake Jima to Aid those who have left their Homes in fear of earthquake triggered hundreds of the remaining islanders who have left their Homes but chose to stay on Miyake Jima Are being sheltered in government Relief centers set up in the islands arrives at Ita Zuke a Ita Zuke Japan Moody Tidwell assistant air Force judge advocate arrived Here tues Day morning from Okinawa for a on Day visit with local judge advocate and Law enforcement of Tidwell is on a tour of air Force installations in the he is scheduled to visit Osan Republic of wednes Day morning and then Fly to Tachikawa wednes Day he is to visit judge advocate officials at fifth air Fuchu thursday and the armed forces claims a at Yokohama encephalitis count rises Tokyo cases of encephalitis sleeping sickness were reported in Tokyo monday by the metropolitan health bring ing the total number of cases to 19 Over the past two

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