Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 26 1967, Page 1

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 26, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Sta an authorized publication of the armed forces far East p a c i f i g ipes daily with supplements 25 five Star edition 1967 Washington Johnson pro posed tuesday a record billion budget that includes the largest defense spending since world War Johnson called on americans for a measure of higher postal rates and higher paycheck help Fin Ance the where along with the spending blueprint for fiscal the year starting july the president sent a Handoff warning to Congress Mem Bers who Are grumbling loudly at rising deep budget cuts could cause a recession instead of the expected related stories pages seventh successive year of record Johnsons a n n u a i budget message he told the eco and the Aims of our society would be jeopardized by either a larger tax increase or by Large slashes in military or civilian i have reviewed these pro Grams waste and nonessential have been Cut the billion budget bears what Johnson called the deep imprint of acknowledging that the War is beginning to Johnson asked billion for Vietnam alone in this years expanded billion defense department budget and billion in the billion defense department budget for fiscal roughly another million in each year would be spent for economic Aid in Vietnam through the Agency for International de the president requested million for Startup production of the Nike anti ballistic missile continued on Back 2 Money will go Washington up heres How the Federal Dollar will be spent under the fiscal 1968 budget which president Johnson submit Ted to Congress tuesday other defense International programs 2 social Security and other Trust fund interest on the Public cents farm All heres where the Federal Dollar will come from individual i no o m e corporation income taxes 20 payroll excise Revenue sources maoists Battle rebel workers Mela Vargas describes her plight after being freed from the Gran hotel in monday 117 hostages were held by antigovernment a radio photo compiled from a and up peking said tuesday night promo forces seized control of Shansi province after a Battle involving several tens of thousands of workers and maoist revolutionary re the broadcast said proclamation 1 ordered the takeover by promo revolutionary re 3 Brave americans Haff Managua revolt Nicaragua a bold dash from a Battle scarred hotel by an american publisher and two nuns halted the bloody 20hour revolt Here the Trio rushed to the embassy and started the Chain of events leading to the surrender of the rebels barricaded in hotel plus the release of 117 for eign including 89 North the american role was dramatized when Bill publisher of a new Orleans the latin american followed by two american ran out of the hotel waving a bedsheets As a White the nuns were Jeanne of and Mary Martha of los of the Sisters of who were attending a nurses Conven Gaudet said he told rebel Lead ers in the hotel he was going out to try to get the shooting then grabbed the Sheet and yelled who will go with me the nuns up and and the three made a dash to a Corner where there were National guard after Gaudet asked the guards to hold their he and the nuns were taken to the pm before the shooting two tanks brought up by the guards fired on the shooting some Large holes in the North Walls of the building were pocked by Bullet the hotel was closed after the last occupants came National guard officers said the Interior of the the Only Large one in the was heavily the hotel covers a Square the rebels against the which has ruled Nicaragua for More than 30 had holed up in the hotel and barricaded doors and windows with Beds and the rebels sur rendered their arms and were allowed to go Bels of the party provincial the Peoples provincial Council provincial the party committee in the capital City of Taiyuan acid the City Council of Shansi province is next to hog i which includes Taiyuan is approximately 500 Miles Southwest of the radio said about 25 revolutionary rebel groups support ing party chairman Mao Tseung were involved in the it continued on Back 1 Granny Day goes to pot up if grandma Doest get her birthday present this she can blame the Denver officers opened a gaily Ped package they found Mon Day in a even though the package carried a tag Reading Happy inside was a two Pound Brick of marijuana Worth

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