Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jul 7 1967, Page 1

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 7, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Husband Dies at 105 it was a Happy marriage Pacific Fergus death has broken up one of the worlds most enduring Ole a norwegian in died at his Home in this West Central Minnesota City monday he had been bedridden for a Sholberg observed his 105th birthday on june same Day his was 103 years the couple observed their 81st wed Ding anniversary last Ole was born on the Island of Smola off the coast of Norway on june he came to the United states with his parents at the age of they first settled in the eau area and moved to the Fergus Falls area in the 15yearold youth had to hike 15 Miles to get the mail and found a shortcut that went near the John Hill there he saw a Young also a norwegian picking wild Flowers by the As he came Back with the mail he continued on Back 2 an authorized publication of the armed forces in the far East five Star edition 1 in 187 july 1967 Mobutu appeals to the Congo resident Joseph Mobutu said two planes landed for eign commandos wednesday at Kisangani in me Northeast in an aggression which dangerously threatens the sovereignty of the he decreed a state of emergency throughout the Mobutu reported the commandos had seized the Airport at Kisan in the northeastern area of the Congo radio asserted that foreign mercenaries also had been parachuted into near the Border of Rwanda 320 Miles Southeast of formerly Stan in a Cable to the United nations Security said the peace of Central Africa by mercenaries is threatened too seen f he the one that got away was that says vice off Dialak but not Many president Hubert Humphrey during a fishing trip got he landed some up radio photo from Western countries sent to the Congo to foment he said the mercenaries were of French and there was no word As to where they were based before their alleged parachuting into the Congo or who was behind Mobutu did not ask for a Council but we count on the vigorous intervention of the Security Council to see that these acts of banditry cease in a radio address to the a Mobutu said foreign settlers also had attacked the Congo army in Bukavu and fighting was in in the state continued on Back 5 san a an air Force b52 bomber plunged into the sea West of puerto Rico on coast guard aircraft reported rescuing three of the seven the air Force said the flying a training was unarmed and carried no the air Force said the plane had just taken off from Ramey air Force base in Western puerto the coast guard said it hit the water about half a mile off there were no details on what recovery operations were under the three rescued fliers were identified As Taivo Patta Paul Grimm and site Ronald their Home continued on Back 2 53 band girls faint on Field Detroit 53 girl in a marching band collapsed on the Field during a performance tuesday after an apparent at tack of food the aged 12 to were treated at three suburban hospitals and doctors said several suffered from food poisoning and the others col lapsed of fright and exhaustion when they saw their companions become the girls comprised the praesidium Junior drum and Bugle corps of suburban River View and were performing at Wyandotte High wont yield old Israel tells by United press International Israel defied the United nations wednesday and made it Clear it would refuse to sur Render control of the old City of defense minister Moshe a said Israel should keep both the Gaza strip and the entire West Bank of the Jordan As the Gaza strip is Dayan said at a press Confer ence in the status of the West Bank of Jor Dan is the Israel has not yet made an official claim to the two which were part of the British Palestine the Gaza strip had been under egyptian administration since the West Bank was Cap tured by the jordanian army in the 194849 Ara israeli Secretary general u Thant called in israeli foreign minister Abba Eban and asked him to obtain official israeli reaction to the general Assembly passed tuesday that declares israels annexation of the old City of Jerusalem to be compliance by Israel was considered extremely As Eban had told the Assembly earlier that the Unity of Jer once is Irr Evo in a television interview broadcast by the West German television network wednesday said Israel would not surrender the old City of Jeru he also repeated israels Call for direct peace talks with the Arab states and said the peace treaties must include de militarization of the Sinai de internationalization of the Suez canal and Freedom of shipping in the Gulf of Israel hailed the defeat of the Roarab diplomatic offensive in the general Assembly As a blow to the soviet unions Long Range ambitions in the Middle Moscow and its allies blamed the United states for the failure of the general Assembly to approve several resolutions condemning israeli aggression and demanding the immediate withdrawal of its forces from copied Arab War continued on Back 3

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