Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jul 23 1967, Page 1

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 23, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Fights Washington a some people called them the maritime Industry called them floating finally Congress called the whole thing but the Pentagon served notice thursday it will fight to restore its programs to build a Fleet of fast deployment logistics achieve a jump in rapid Mili tary reaction fils Are massive ships which under designs drawn earlier this year would roam the High seas crammed with tons of Mili tary including tanks and ready to Rush to any Poten tial trouble on foreign shores the supplies would be unified with army troops floating airlifted to the scene by the air forces new c5a supersonic trans the Pentagon envisioned 30 of the floating armoires to work jointly with a Fleet of More than 50 last year Congress authorized Mil lion to build the first and the Pentagon came Back with a fiscal 1968 request for million More for the next but with an unexpected change of heart that stunned the pen the Senate armed services defense subcommittee in March turned thumbs Down on the program and recommended pulling Back the continued on Back 4 extradition set an authorized publication of the armed forces in the far East five Star edition 21 b b top 203 Algiers algerian supreme court ruled Friday in favor of july government request for the Premier Sion removed Tshombe last Legal Chance of escaping the death sentence awaiting him in the in a 25minute court president Ould Aoudia said Tshombe could not be extradited for purely political but algerian Justice does not shield murder and he he added that Tshombe can legally be extradited because he was guilty of common Tshombe looked grimaced and worried before the ruling was but stood chatting and smiling for several minutes with his algerian Abdessamad Ben Abdal asked if he had anything to Tshombe spoke for several minutes on the history of the Congo situation and said the court had no right to him into the hands of his and continued on Back 3 these four Navy fliers were credited with three Mig kills and Jug Phil Dempewolf and cmdr Ray a fourth probable in a dogfight Over North Vietnam photos were taken aboard their the Bon homme they Are from left Bob a radio photo pilots Ted How they Kod by Al Fasoldt staff correspondent Saigon bogies at two Oclock a Navy Pilot Fri Day radioed to another flying High the other Pilot banked to the right and caught four North vietnamese mig17s in his gun v they were a mile and a half in seven after four More migs joined the continued on Back 2 i ill color to set owners warned of radiation Hazard Washington a the unknown owners of some Large screen color television sets were told by the govern ment Friday to disconnect them immediately pending a Check on possible the television sets involved Are Large screen color consoles and table models made by the general electric and Pur chased Between and May Small screen color and Black and White receivers Are not a spokesman for be said the sets involved Are those having 22 and 23 Inch Diagonal surgeon general William Stewart of the Public health service issued the warning after general despite a nationwide reported fail ure to locate about on tenth of the sets the company suspected of emitting potentially harmful rays from certain Stewart said tests of tubes supplied by the manufacturer indicated that a Large percent age of the tubes leaked Radia Tion at Levels representing a potential Hazard to human the tubes involved in the warning and tested by the government Laboratory were identified by these numbers 6ef4 and owners of the sets Are advised to notify a general elec tric dealer or service Agency or state or local health department before using general electric discovered the possibility that some of their sets were leaking rays from shunt regulator tubes and Noti continued on Back 1 Dies at 75 new York up actor Basil Rathbone died at his new York apartment of a heart at tack he was 75 years Cynthia the actors said Rathbone died shortly after suffering a heart attack about 4 a shakespearean actor and a Star of the stage before team ing up with the late Nigel Bruce in 1937 in the first of the Sher lock Holmes Rathbone was so convincing As the fictional detective created by Conan Doyle that he received fan letters addressed to Sher lock Rathbone starred in such continued on Back 1 bulletin Miami up baseball Hall of Fame member James Jimmy died suddenly Here Friday Foxx played for the old Philadelphia As and the Boston red

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