Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 28 1967, Page 1

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 28, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Mat rules out antimissile net Washington defense Secretary Robert Mcnamara said thursday the soviets Are wasting their Money in deploying a missile defense system around and stated that the government had no intention of taking similar discussing his annual defense posture report to Congress with Mcnamara said he could guarantee beyond a Shad of doubt that nuclear missiles would be Able to Pene trate the soviet anti ballistic mis Sile abm defense he said no matter what the soviets were the government had no intention of erecting protective abm fences around american we in a very real be wasting our own re he told he pointed out that Security rested not on attempts to Ward off enemy but on the ability to literally destroy the soviet Union and the soviets continued on Back 1 Star an authorized publication of the armed forces in the far East p a c i i c 27 five Star edition b j ipes daily with supplements 1967 2 3 missing As building collapses rescuers search for Workman Lyhl Imp four men were pulled out alive Ami Washington up president citing Price stability As a major National eco nomic goal for 1967f thursday called on business and labor to exercise utmost restraint and responsibility in wage and Price decisions this the chief executive took the occasion of hit annual economic report to Congress to warn both business and labor against attempting to make up for last years inflation by big wage and Price in creases during abandoning the governments much battered per cent wage Price guideposts in name and not in text on Page is Johnson warned that failure to restrain wages and prices would trigger an inflationary spiral damaging to both sides and disastrous to the unless unions and companies get this americans can expect to see a Chain reaction of wages chasing other wages wages chasing prices prices chasing prices Chas ing other the president in an accompanying Johnsons Council of economic advisers warned that if every worker got a pay every time prices went up and if every businessman raised his prices to cover increased labor the Economy would become a vast engine of the administrations Prescript Conti Mied on Back 1 army1 opposes by the associated peking Wall posters said thursday Exso Diers in Sinkiang province had formed a Field army to fight the Mao Tseung purge forces and warned that anyone opposing our rebel lion will be As unrest spread the radio monitored in admitted the civil had caused serious setbacks in Industry and it called for the arrest of those re foes of these foes apparently Are imbedded in the government and party apparatus in most of the provinces and Mao has called on the army to Root continued on Back blast Encomb North views rescuers search for workmen buried under of rubble when this building collapsed at and Broadway in new York men were pulled out alive Aud another of on his own two bodies were Tell Ken fro1 Saigon troops us ing tear High explosives and flamethrowers thursday cleared a massive Granite Cave where North vietnamese soldiers held women and children hostage and killed an american officer when he tried to save the the Cav Clearing operation was in the Central Highlands in the Bong son along the on a Sandy a group of americans made one of the rare combat Parachute jumps of the War to Clear the Way for a helicopter assault by 1st air troops driving Inland toward the Cave fortress in the Northern a bitter Battle broke out 14 Miles Southwest of a a Multi company Force from the 5th marines supported by air artillery and tanks battled an estimated communist the fight raged 9 a spokesman and at re continued on Back i 4

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