European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Oct 29 1967, Page 22

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - October 29, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseSunday october 29, 1967 the stars and stripes Page 23 lower Market met special situations new York up Wal Street concentrated on special situations this past week groups and issues where individual developments or perhaps expectation of developments dictated the list was lower for the rec Ord. Of a total 1,616 Issue traded 984 declined and 515 advanced. All leading indicator were Down. There was an and Vance Only on one Day thurs Day the first in nine sessions. Volume ran about even wit the previous week 50,935,842 shares compared to 51,008,955., Sperry Rand an Active Leader All week topped the trading Lis with a turnover of 737,600 shares. It advanced 6% to 55%. Allis Chalmers followed on volume of 606,400 shares and Rose to 39%. New York a new Yor Stock Exchange closing Index Friday oct. Z7 Market Index 62.72 Industrial 53.33 transportation 50.65 Tull Les 42.55 finance 51.77 to escort carriers others Navy seeks More a oct. 20 52.93 54.48 50.80 42.96 52.43 1967 Battle deaths running 70% higher of a Washington up the number of american fighting men killed in action in Vietnam during 1967 apparently will run about 70 per cent higher than last year. Latest Pentagon casualty summaries listed 7,456 who have died in Battle or in air Orsea action during the first 10 months of the year compare to 5,008 in All of 1966. While High compared to previous records for Vietnam defense department official pointed out saturday that the new total has not yet reached half of the death toll in Korea and is Low compared to . Losses i world War ii. In the Pacific during world War ii american losses in the Leyte and Okinawa campaigns alone almost equated the total so far for Vietnam. In the major actions in Europe they were far Pentagon officials also pointed out that the upward trend in terms of percentage has been less in 1967. The 1966 total was a jump from 1,369killed in action in 1965. The figure for 1967 already i substantially above the 6,644 who had been killed in Vietnam up to last Jan. 1. There were Only 11 in 1961, 31 in 1962, 78 in1963, and 147 in 1964. South vietnamese government losses which reached High of 11,243 killed in 1965 and slacked off to 9,459 in 1966, May fall Between those two figures for1967. They were Given As 5,508 for the first half of the deaths in Korea reached 33,629, with the Nonfa tally wounded at 103,284. The Pentagon s new total for Vietnam wounded-r-89,451, of whom 47,153 required Hospital treatment is approaching the korean Battle deaths do not include 2,822 americans who have died in Vietnam in Acci dents and from other causes. 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