Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Aug 2 1967, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - August 2, 1967, Tokyo, Japan T 13yearolds by John Dittman staff correspondent dug Littlest enemy has fallen into the hands of american forces operating in the due Pho area of task Force he is a bag of Bones named Phan Van age weight 85 occupation North vietnamese the boy surrendered to a com Pany of the 3rd 25th when it swept through the Hamlet of Chi Trung july he appeared in the doorway of a deserted his hands held High above his shouting Chieu Chieu hoi through an interpreter he revealed a Story if could shed Light on the manpower Situa Tion in the Tinh said he was drafted into the North vietnamese army in when he was 13 years he was sent with 100 other 13yearolds to the Nova training Center at Hoa Binh for three months of intensive infantry train ing before being sent he said the North has been drafting boys his age for More than a year last october the boy was handed a Rifle and started the hard walk South with his he continued on Back 1 p a i Fig guard called out an authorized publication of the armed forces in the far East five Star edition 22h go As 213 National guardsmen were ordered into Milwaukee monday and the City was shut Down highways sealed and its businesses put Down negro looting and at least two one a were mayor Henry Maier imposed the most drastic orders yet issued in a riot torn Northern City during this troubled cars were turned away at the cites Post factories and stores were Milwaukee bound air and rail passengers were warned in Advance that rioting had raged through the cites inner Core during the night and that Normal activity was practically at a standstill during Daylight some airlines told passengers there was no Auto transport available from Mitch Ell Field into the sixteen Hundred guardsmen continued on Back 5 Patrick and Luck Nugent hold for president Johnsons lbs hits the emf View Washington Dent Johnson said monday he disagreed with Secretary general thanks View that the vietnamese were fighting for Independence against the United i do not but dont care to argue with Johnson told reporters at an Impromptu press conference in his White House he said if u Thant As an official of the United nations Felt continued on Back 1 up their five Eskold Patrick inspection during a visit to the White looking on Are lady Bird and the Nugentq will go on to the Bahamas for a second up radio photo Forrestal death toll is 129 As Carrier puts into Subic by Russ Havourd Philippines Bureau chief Subic naval death toll from Satur Days fire aboard the uss Forrestal had reached 129 As the heavily damaged aircraft Carrier steamed into this port late officers said 67 of the dead were unidentified and seven were still unaccounted the unidentified were too badly burned to be a spokesman sixty four crewmen were re ported related stories and photo on Page 5 when the Forrestal 52 bodies were airlifted to Clark a for Transfer to the a memorial service was held aboard the Carrier with More than crewmen the remaining dead Are in Vietnam or aboard ships off the coast of the tragedy occurred in the Gulf of Tonkin saturday when fire swept out of control and engulfed the Stern Section of the aircraft several bombs and rockets blasting holes in the deck and continued on Back 2 Germany Crupp Dies of 59 Germany a Al Fred owner of the vast Krupp concern of died sunday night at theage of a company spokesman cause of death was not immediately Krupp had not been known to be ill and the company spokesman described his death As a statement from Krupp head quarters Here was expected later one of the richest men in was a reserved and somewhat shy Man who lived a quiet personal he would have been 60 years old on Krupp is survived by his he was twice married continued on Back 1 20 on bus injured tour bus hit by a blast of wind went out of control and overturned Here slightly injuring All 20 of its All were Philadelphia women returning from a tropical v

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