Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jul 17 1967, Page 1

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 17, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Ammo Laden by Dave Preston staff correspondent Saigon a munitions loaded trawler flying no flags was challenged and shelled saturday by Navy then run aground in a River Mouth where it was captured by korean marines 20 Miles Southeast of Chu the koreans said saturday they had killed the Only Crew men found aboard the but from the half 120 foot vessel the Rok marines reported removing More than 12 tons of machine gun and antiaircraft rounds and nearly rifles and automatic weapons All new and made in red a korean Captain said the marines had also killed 23 More of the enemy and captured 15 suspects As they moved in to seize the korean intelligence sources said they thought the trawler had sailed from Hainan Island in the Tonkin a tag on one of the packs of rifles said the weapons had been made in the trawler was shadowed for wit Days until she moved into continued on Back 5 Star Pacific an authorized publication of the armed forces in the far East ipes 104 197 five Star edition july 1967 by United press International the egyptian israeli War flared again sat urday along the Suez canal with the heaviest air action and losses reported since the shaky Mideast truce went into effect five weeks the United nations arranged a new ceasefire and reported it had gone into effect at Suez during the soviet built jets of the egyptian air Force swept Over occupied Sinai and bombed israeli Cairo radio said israeli planes bombed a hotel in a key Point Midway on the Suez forcing truce observers to flee their bitter dogfights blazed High continued on Back 2 up radio photo woman walks in Light rain As armed guardsmen patrol past looted stores on a Newark no Tzefung san Francisco a Pacific Telephone Telegraph says it has opened a line to communist China but that no Mao Tseung is in the direct it is the Only direct communication Between the United states and red China and is open one hour a a spokesman said occasion ally some american newsman us to place a Call to Mao Tseung and the chief operator in Shanghai no Mao Tseung is negro woman shot to death after Newark peace March broke out Here saturday night for the fourth night in a one negro woman was shot and bringing the death toll for four Days of rioting to the new shooting came Only hours after 300 White and negro citizens had moved through the area with a plea to end the riot a number of persons were re ported All of the dead were negro except a White policeman who was shot by a not included in the toll was another White who died pages 1213 urday of a heart attributed to Woof the victims were boys 10 and 16 years even the hospitals where uncounted hundreds of wounded have been treated have been targets of rioters about new Jersey National guardsmen continued their armed surveillance of the negro moving against fire bombers and looters who re appeared sporadically with the end of a nigh Long the weather seemed to be on Side of the Law for a but then an intermittent tapered Richard Hughes toured the riot area for a second Day continued on Back 5 Railroad unions set to strike Washington up six shop Craft ignoring warn Ings by the White House and prepared to strike just after Midnight administration and Union officials said they saw no Chance to Avert a nationwide a Complete walkout by the six unions would shut Down 95 per cent of the United states facilities to the administration seriously impair the Vietnam War Effort and damage the but the unions were expected to strike Only at selective Points with walkouts anticipated particularly on the new York Southern Santa great North Ern and Union Pacific the unions Are demanding a two year contract with wage in creases of per cent the first year and 5 per cent the second they also want an extra continued on Back 1

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