Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 24 1967, Page 23

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - February 24, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Pm lays off More workers total Detroit motors its mighty Auto building Empire paralysed by a Wildcat strike at one ordered workers Laid off wednesday a parts drought caused by the walkout spread threatening to Idle up to factory than a third of the total number of persons employed by the largest Cost them Mil lion a Day in lost Walter president the United Auto summoned leaders of the rebellious Law local to the unions Solidarity House head tanks continued from Page 1 size shortly after Midnight while on a Security Mission Southwest of Plesku using mines and Small arms the enemy troops swooped Down on the tanks As other units of the 2d brigade were called into the flare ships and artillery also were used to help beat Back the the fighting lasted almost two hours and included tense moments when the tanks raked each other with machine gun fire to kill enemy troops who were try ing to there were no Friendly casual ties and Only Light damage to three tanks during the but the company that was hit at dusk reported heavy enemy losses in the first clash were marines taking part in opera Tion Stone in Quang Nam prov Ince reported 29 enemy killed tuesday in scattered action South of a first air troops fighting in operation peril Ling reported i enemy dead along the coast Northeast of Bong artillery fire in the area set off a Chain of secondary special forces units working with vietnamese troops reported 56 enemy killed in a series of actions that included 40 shot in an assault on the Budop Spe Cial forces Friendly casualties were leathernecks of the 4th a supported by artillery in operation dec House i in Quang Ngai listed 48 enemy dead in Light actions Southwest of Quang Ngai City tuesday chief in car dragnet los Angeles a secur Ity guards at Universal studios play no while los an Geles police chief Thomas Rcd in lunched with television Star Jack his car was ticketed for quarters Here for a showdown Emil Law Secretary warned the locals officers the continuation of the local Union was threatened by its refusal to heed Reuther Sorder sunday to end the a wild cat which both and Reuther branded the president of the local headed for the meeting accompanied by 50 followers and armed with a unanimous vote of support for the which began last wednesday at the Fisher body parts Plant in they left behind a deadlock on How negotiations even could begin and the disruption of efficient car production warned that the action of a handful of irresponsible local Union leaders in one Plant is jeopardizing the livelihood of More than of their fellow Union members in general motors plants across the country it said 90 per cent of All car production depends on parts from the knew fears for life new Orleans up a onetime private investigator who told Jim Garri son he knew of five persons implicated in a plot to kill presi Dent Kennedy says he fears for his life and wants police protect David who knew presidential Assassin Lee har vey Oswald in said those involved in the conspiracy would not hesitate in getting rid of any of the Lewis a Skinny Man who said he relayed his knowledge of the alleged conspiracy to he said he met with Oswald several times in new Orleans in the six months before the but would riot divulge what he and Oswald Dis p x f t f i v plot suspect Dies continued from Page 1 at this Point that Lee Harvey Oswald killed anybody in Dallas on that who did private investigating and listed himself As a had complained that Garrison had him pegged As the getaway Pilot in an elaborate plot to kill he called it a big in an investigation that started last has been trying to prove that a conspiracy was hatched Here that culminated in the assassination of president Kennedy in Dallas the probe has stirred an inter National juror because backed up critics of the Warren commis who claim that the assassination could hardly have been the work of just one the official commission report said Oswald shot f e r r i e was interrogated by garrisons office last november for the second time in connection with the the first was in we arrested Ferric 72 hours after John Kennedy was As said the arrest was on the basis of information supplied out of this i turned fee Over to the fed eral Bureau of investigation on As a matter of rec Ord at that we suggested the Fri take a detailed Garrison said he had never indonesian president Sukarno left talks with Over presidential Powers wednesday general the Man to whom lie turned a radio photo Sukarno continued from Page 1 Sukarno would leave but his japanese Ratna Sari said in Tokyo she did not believe he will leave the she is in Tokyo to await the birth of her first the sighed statement of Sukarno said he gave All Power to Suharto for the Sake of the peo ple and the Sukarno Ste Down was not a full resignation but was a surren Der of executive the 65yearold who led Indonesia from dutch colonial Rule to Independence remained president in name his decision came after two weeks of intensive pressure from Suharto and his military Fol Sukarno had been repeatedly warned that if he did not hand Over he would be investigated by Congress and possibly brought to there were no indications what compromises were made with political and military sources said Suharto agreed to insure that Sukarno would not be brought to the president is widely suspected of being involved in the attempted communist coup Here reopen probe in64 suicide Escambia county authorities wednesday began investigating the 1964 death of a Man whose brother said feared he was being pursued by agents connected with the assassination of president Ken Thomas Henry Killam died be Side a broken shop window on a Pensacola Street March with a slashed authorities differed on the cause of with police ruling and Coroner terming it Earl the dead mans has asked county solicitor Carl Harper to exhume his 24 Pacific stars stripes 1967 Brothers body to determine the exact cause of he said his brother knew he would be a 38yearold Auto sales said his brother told him he fled Dallas in be cause he was being harassed by Killam said his brother didst specify whether the agents were or someone when Thomas Killam left his Wanda she had been employed for Sev eral years As a hostess in a Dallas night club owned by the late Jack accused Slayer of Lee har vey charged with the assassination of Kennedy in no contacted in Wanda Killam told the Pensacola news journal her husband had been questioned several times by fed eral agents about the Assassin she said she didst know whether her husband was referring to Federal agents when he told his brother he was being she said he left Dallas in Early after telling her he was going Back to Florida to look for a Earl Killam said one of the reasons he had asked for the investigation two years after his Brothers death was because of the current assassination probe in new Killam said she in favor of an investigation of her husbands seen a copy of the Fri inter Roga Ferric reportedly denied he Ever knew former new Orleans Ferric said he and two companions went to Texas from new Orleans the afternoon of the As he insisted it was a pleasure we went to Galveston and Back to he adding that he had Given a meticulous account of the trip during the first police records showed Ferric was fired As an airline Pilot after being arrested in Jefferson Parish which adjoins new or on a morals the Case never went to Garrison said his investigation has unearthed evidence not Avail Able to the Warren he would not a native of i has lived in new Orleans the past j 15 Oswald lived in new Orleans during the summer of Ferric said the Fri first came interested in him when a new Orleans Man identified ased Oswald in a civil air patrol unit Oswald in a civil air patrol unit under Ferric said Voble was in the Moisant Squadron and i was in the lakefront told that his connection with the Garrison investigation would make him a National Ferric replied what will being a National celebrity get me thirty five cents and being a National celebrity will get you a i want to be left alone to my Garrison said he is confident his investigation will prove Kenendy assassination was the culmination of a conspiracy in new Savio quits u of c a the University of California activist Mario Savio has withdrawn his application for readmission to the Savio is reported to have said he cant afford to go Back to the he was refused admission to the current Quarter because of a violation of Campus rules last year while not a speck judge eases rules a judge Herbert Paschen wednesday modified his controversial guidelines for reporters covering the trial of accused murderer Richard the original rules had drawn protests from newspapers and the supplemental order lifted the ban on use of the official transcript by n e of the Points criticized in the pro the prosecutors of speck prepared for interviews wednesday with a second group of 50 potential weather Usan weather Central Tokyo area Thui Day night partly showers Low 45 Friday partly Cloudy High 60 wednesdays temperatures Low High 63 stateside temperatures were hot

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