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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 23, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseHe stars and stripes unofficial newspaper of . Fore in Europe North Africa and Fth Middle East to. 67 if 21855 a 5 daily 10 sunday sunday june 23, 1968 his cake Patrick Lyndon no for the single Candle on his birthday maker Whon the folks Call Lyn reaches As Mother Luci and Grandfather Lyndon look on Story in Thep. 24 White House Rose Garden. A photo Tokyo a North Korea claimed its patrol vessels Ank a . Spy ship in the Vicinity of Mukpo Harbor sat urday morning. A Pyongyang radio broadcast monitored in London said that the ship was sunk with its entire Crew. The name of the ship was not Given nor was their an mention of survivors. In Washington authorities said the report was incorrect. It would appear that this Ini tial report is erroneous a Pentagon spokesman emphasized that his com ment was based on a hurried Check of the situation. Asked if this meant the sink ing involved a ship of some other nation the spokesman said there Are a lot of possibilities on Tokyo the Kyodo news Agency quoted the official North korean Central news Agency Kuna As saying that North korean patrol boats Sank a ". Imperialist forces spy no report in Seoul a spokesman for . Forces in Korea said that As far As we know there i nothing to it. We have no report on the South koreans Madea similar comment. A spokesman for . Force sin Japan said he had been in formed by the United nation command unc in Korea that a distress signal had been picked up saturday from a South korean fishing boat. The unc did not give the time of the sos or the location of the boat but said this May have been the spy cont. On pc tic 34, col. 2 Washington a three i Cim senators say they will any Effort by president to name a new chief of the supreme court if my Warren Steps Down. A a president Ignate the leadership of the court for Many years in would break Faith with n and would be an of the american people to court in adjourn a l Tho american people pick a cd admin l Story 011 Page 4 la which May con reorient the philosophy National government Tipe a major mistake to pre. Y to pm such a in Post said sen. John Page 4, ool i going to Council by Lewis Gulic Reykjavik Iceland a Secretary of state Dean rus arrived Here saturday for a nato meeting that is expected to produce an Appeal to the so Viets for a Mutual scaling Down of forces in Central further to do about communist East Germany s no tightening Over Access to Berlin also is to be taken up by the for eign policy Duel s gathering for the monday tuesday semiannual ministerial meeting of the North Atlantic treaty organization Council. Rusk who had a final Brief conference at the White House before flying to Reykjavik said he plans to lunch sunday wit West German foreign minister Willy Brandt. He left open the possibility that he May go on to Bonn after the Iceland , Brandt and the foreign ministers of Britain and France of acts to delay pilots by Marc ii ets a Washington Bureau chief Washington is t h Eair Force Friday announced a new Long Range program called Palace cobra to centralize the systematic withdrawal of Pilot from conus commands for Southeast asian duty. This is be ing done the air Force said to delay the involuntary second ska Tours As Long As possible. Second Tours for some tactical fighter and helicopter pilots could be required by the endow the year without Palace co Bra but now the air five say the Tours Are not anticipated be fore 1070, if at enlisted airmen with critical skills will have to return to Southeast Asia this year but the number involved is Small cont. On pure 23, col. I the Oiler two big Western Powers holding postwar responsibility in Berlin hold a dinner meeting sunday night. So far the Western big three have protested to the soviets Over what Husk termed East Germany s wholly unjustified provocative action in requiring passports and upping fees for West German travel and Trad with Berlin. The Western pow ers have also retaliated with stiffer travel rules and fees for East germans. The notion of culling Hack forces on both sides of the Iron curtain in Europe is not Johnson a Sipusi d thin to the russians in Orzol or a Mutual balanced Force Rei Furlion ii is contended would relax East West tensions encourage a Genera political settlement in Europe and Dampen the arms soviets concede Day Are not Likely to be particularly to cont. On Palt col 5

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