Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 7 1967, Page 23

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 7, 1967, Tokyo, Japan 2 civil Long Vietnam Scales and Bob Monahan Are engineers and not but for seven months in the Jungles of South Vietnam they Sang for their we Sang Jingle my wild Irish anything we thought said of they did this to convince their Viet Cong captors they had a Good it was a requirement for their Scales and of Brooklyn were brought to the 93d evacuation Hospital Here after walking six Days through the Jungle to Freedom from an undisclosed prison Monahan lost about 75 of his 215 Pound and Scales lost from 175 Down to 122 on a diet of fish and Rice while digging trenches and air raid shelters for their they were captured at a Road Block last May 27 about 9 Miles from the port Vung Tau while driving Back to there were about 10 or 12 of said they had a number of weapons of All a pistol was right in the Back of my head and Bob had one in his military intelligence officers prevented them from telling the location of their prison Camps or details about their fellow prison for Monahan and Scales it was a Happy ending to a Long for Ophelia the filipino wife of an air America the ordeal ended in Arthur Sylvester quits continued from Page 1 you do not Tell All the facts to your and that alone is what in talking he also was accused of con ducting guerrilla War against through Sharp criticism of their dispatches and complaints to their Sylvester retorted that it was impossible to manage the and that he knew of Only one no factual statement issued under his before the fact was that troops were being moved into Florida at the time of the cuban missile Johnson said in accepting the resignation that Sylvester had shown total Resolute courage and selfless dedication under two he was appointed by the late president John Kennedy at the Start of Robert Monahan left and Thomas Scales Tell of their experiences in Viet Cong Camps for six months she refused to leave the Side of her husband despite Viet Cong offers to free her Vicente died she was turned Over to Philip Pine civil action unit in Xuan Loc about 40 Miles West of officials reported she was still she and her also a were captured june while returning from Vung Tau with a vietnamese 4 the communists offered to free i the t writ a radio photo during news conference at 93d evacuation Hospi they were released fire damages Chicago Hall Chicago five alarm fire swept through a portion of her along with tie vietnamese but she refused and insisted on staying with her Hus we thought of escaping every place we were but it was in said every place you went the Viet Cong were All Over the latin leads to court continued from Page 1 an organization she de want something that will take you away from the things of the she the latin is so different from one talks in latin outside of Church it makes you realize that you Are in scribed As trying to remain roman presidential nominees have been chosen and livestock Cham pions wednesday fire commissioner John Quinn said several empty gasoline cans were found in the fire area and a full arson investigation has been the Blaze covered about a Quarter of the am Phi and smoke and water damage was thought to affect about half of the 3yearold build Quinn the burned used to store empty cans and other Odds and is on the South Side of the two stood mute at their the Amphitheater court pleas of in Nocent were entered for they were freed on Bond miss Tamplin said she recited As for a jury the assistant the mass in latin Only in a Low and she covered her ears against discordant Organ they called the she the priests even refused to give me and my father com Munion for answering in miss Tamplin said she and her father have joined the Catholic traditionalist movement of new Joseph said the charge against the two will be difficult to he said it must be shown they had in fact created Ai and had not merely conducted a religious services according to their individual until this thing is miss Tamplin my dad and i will try another 10 Safe continued from Page 1 rangers skied into the blizzard earlier to Check conditions for a possible Rescue attempt if the climbers failed to the mountaineers reported by radio that the carrying heavy forced them to turn Back in their attempt to scale the Peak 15 Miles North of the Winter ski resort of americans Back Viet stand Barry Tokyo Sena Tor Goldwater said Friday that the great majority of americans Back the stand in Viet offer continued from Page 1 reports of mais he added our position has been repeatedly made we Are prepared for talks without any conditions with North Vietnam any we Are prepared to order a cessation of All bombing in North Vietnam the moment we Are assured privately or otherwise that this step would be answered promptly by a corresponding and appropriate de escalation by the other this could occur before talks could be the first order of business in such Mccloskey declined to go beyond his statement when asked to elaborate on what kind of de escalation the is looking for from the other bombing halt 1st North Viet says continued from Page 1 ister Nguyen Van in a speech to the French communist party Congress denounced the farces of peace negotiations and of searches for peace being mounted by the american Tran said the final solution of the vietnamese problem remains Hanoi four Points and the Viet songs five Viet Cong Delegate Dang Quad 24 Pacific stars Minh also gave no hint of a change in the communist Mai spurned efforts by United nations Secretary general u Thant and British foreign Secretary George Brown to mediate in the he also rejected the latest peace proposals of americas Arthur he said the United nations could not be involved because such action was specifically ruled out by the Geneva agreements which ended the French colonial War in Indochina and created the two referring to this or that proposal aimed at a settlement of the and naming those of Goldberg and he said any proposal which did not make a distinction Between the american aggressor and the vietnamese victim and failed to demand the with d r a w a i of the american forces would not really serve the cause of a proposal for a settlement must fit into the vietnamese he Mai declined comment on the interview Given to new York times correspondent Harrison Salisbury in Hanoi by Premier Pham Van but he Laid Down Hanoi conditions for a final settlement in Vietnam that the United states recognize the Viet songs political the National liberation and negotiate with it about problems in the South and that Washington recognize Hanoi fou Point program As the basis for the solution of the vietnamese Nam and that Republican gains in last years elections be interpreted As a Public reaction against president Johnsons policies it i More of a reaction against the presidents Domestic policies rather than his foreign the 1964 Republican presidential candidate said in a Telephone inter View at the Miyako hotel in a very great majority of americans Are Back ing the president in travelling with his planned to leave nearby Osaka International Airport for Taipei Friday he said he did not yet know whether he would visit the Republic of Viet As was reported in a Japa Nese i dont know where they got in a Reserve major Gen eral but in not on Active were on we get to one place and decide whether or not Well go to we Haven decided anything definite about Goldwater said he was very Active in Arizona politics and reaffirmed his decision to run next year for the Senate seat he gave up before his unsuccessful bid for the weather Usan weather Central Tokyo area Friday night rain Snow Low High 20s saturday Cloudy Hish mid 40s thursdays temperatures Low High 46 temperatures 5 h l Naha Taipei Manila Guam Tokyo Chitose St Lul 46 22 43 19 4 37 3 Saigon h 65 63 81 84 81 53 50 70 76 70 temperatures were not

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