Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 11, 1966 · Page 21
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 21

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, March 11, 1966
Page 21
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FRIDAY. MARCH II, T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N TAVfi 21 30 Perish As Flames Sweep Japanese Hotel MINAKAMI, Japan-UPI-At least 30 persons were killed today when fire swept through a three-story hotel in this resort city 80 miles north of Tokyo. Authorities said 12 other persons were injured in the predawn blaze, one of the worst hotel fires in Japan since the end of World War H. More than 200 guests were registered in the Kftufuji Hotel when the fire broke out, apparently in the kitchen. Authorities said many escaped In their night clothes by jumping from second and third floor windows and balconies despite near-freezing cold. But firemen said that apparently a number of emergency fire exits had been bolted shut, trapping many of the guests who succumbed to heavy smoke. They said they found a number of charred bodies stacked Against the locked fire exits. .* The flames spread to the Ha- kuunkaku Hotel nearby and burned down the wooden structure, but by then all of its 220 guests had been evacuated. The concrete shell of the Kir kufuji Hotel was still standing when the city's lone fire engine rolled up, but the interior was gutted. Firemen said they did not receive an alarm until it was too late. Most of the victims were believed members of a Japanese tobacco growing association who arrived in the resort city yesterday. Ichiro Minagawa, 46, a mem- ber of the association who escaped the blaze by jumping from the second floor of the hotel, said he was awakened about 3:30 a.m., opened the door of his room and found the hallway "a sea of flames." Tucson Tonight, Tomorrow Welcome to... The 400 delegates attending a meeting of the Arizona Distributive Education Clubs (DECA), today through Sunday, with headquarters at the Ramada Inn. A meeting of the National Association of Insurance Women, Region No. 8, and its 350 delegates, meeting today through Sunday at the Pioneer International Hotel. TOMORROW 11 A.M.4 P.M.-Patio tour and craft fair benefit, sponsored by Smith College Scholarship Fund. Charge for admission. Tickets available at Steinheimer's Books or at the Book Mark. 7:30 PJM-Arizona All-State festival chorus, sponsored by Arizona Music Educators. At University Auditorium. Charge for admission. (See sports section for sports calendar.) -Citizen Phot* An Angular Damage Check A patrolman leans with the wreckage to check damage to an overturned truck in which the driver, Joseph R. Urena, 20, of 431 W. MacArthur St., was trapped for a brief time. Urena was making a turn at Liberty Ave. and District St. when the Tucson Poultry Processors van struck a curb and flipped to its side. A heavy jack had to be used by firemen to free Urena. He is being treated for chest injuries at St. Mary's Hospital. 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