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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 21, 1967, Tokyo, JapanDumping a Day s wages Worth of milk m Orrville Ohio mrs. Jay Suttle Hope to Force milk prices to use As they participate in a holding action with other members of the National Farmers organization. Up radio photo Chicago the organization s milk withholding Campaign apparently had Little effect saturday on the. Weekend Trade reports Liat supplies were not far below Normal came from states and cities in the 25-state area staked out by the no in its drive to boost prices received by farriers by two cents a quart. The Hawthorn Mellody farms Art a Cairo a a $280,600 Rubens painting two faces of women missing since Friday was discovered sunday buried in. A Hole on pyramids Road culture minister Sarwat Okasha announced. An. Anonymous letter from four youths who identified themselves As the thieves disclosed the Loca Tion Okasha said. The youths wrote that they stole the painting to draw the attention of the authorities to negligence i egyptian museums Okasha re said he had turned the matter Over to the minister of the Interior for investigation. Chicago distributors reported no problems. We re taking care of All our. a sampling of retail stores there brought word that supplies were of Normal size scattered reports of dumping arid draining came in on the third full Day of the Holdback aimed at increasing the Price paid to producers now generally 8 to 10 cents a broke into a milk House on a farm in Athen county Ohio and opened a tank valve. Men stopped a truck picking up milk from farm Rineai Athens and forced the Driver to Drain the milk. No members from Counti Ein Southern Georgia spilled 30c quarts of milk on a farm Nea Valdosta. Compiled from a and up Djibouti French Somaliland French officials said Complete results from sunday s Independence referendum showed a 60 per cent majority in favor of continued Fren Chule Over this East african territory. They said that while the population of Djibouti vote overwhelmingly for Independence from France Rural districts returned 98 per cent of their ballots in favor of continued French presence in the territory. An estimated 6,000 French troops maintained an in say Calm in the territory split Between pro French Afa tribesmen and the Issa and somali minority favouring annexation by the neighbouring somali returns were the first reported showing 6,862 in Favoron Independence and 2,798 favor ing French Rule. The first two returns from the afar dominated Countryside showed 925 Favorin French Rule and 38 voting for in dependence in the midst of the referendum Washington up de French somali land sense Secretary Robert. Mcnamara has refused to give con Gress the latest Cost estimates forthe controversial tfx fighter plane despite insistent demand by sen. John l. Mcclellan dark. The bitter confrontation Between and Misc Cellan 1 he latest Iii a series Over thetfo erupted when the defense Secretary testified before the Senate appropriations committee on the supplemental defense Bill. A heavily deleted transcript was released saturday. The tug of War Between Mcclellan arid Mcnamara was left intact but Many. Facts and figures on thetfo were stricken. Mcclellan. A member of the appropriations committee has frequently charged that the cos of the tfx tactical fighter experimental j has soared far above the original estimates. In his testimony Mcnamar conceded this Point but when Mcclellan. Asked for current estimates Mcnamara said i Happy to give the committee the latest Cost Esti mates As soon As the analyses Are pressed by Mcclellan Mcna Mara said there were two reasons he would not give Congress the Cost estimates now. First that we should not re lease to the committee information which is ambiguous an could easily be i Don t believe the committee would want to receive information that affects so Deli Cate a negotiation As this at this the French army put on a Tough show of Force. Foreign legionnaires threw barbed wire cordon around the Quarter of the somali tribesmen and sighted heavy machine guns into the teeming of the pro Independence popular party movement were gloomily predicting defeat and charge the French with electoral Rolls in order to keep their foothold in , party leaders say the City will be paralysed by monday by a spontaneous general strike. Blast jolts saudi embassy Beirut Lebanon a a explosion rocked the saudi Ara Bian Eri Ubassy Here Early sunday morning but caused Little dam age an embassy spokesman charge which military investigators said was two Dyna mite f de Oft outside the Effir Bassy a building hous ing the saudi consulate spokesman said the embassy Wall and wired pcs of a nearby building were slightly damaged. Prisoner slain san Quentin Cal. A a san Quentin prisoner Vas Stab bed to death arid another inmates were being released from cells for their afternoon meal. Billy Jean Cook 29, died 45 minutes after he was found with Stab a sounds in his Chest right shoulder arms an left ear. Sex Sefi Ator de Martin Dies at 87 Washington a. Aped Ward Martin an influential opponent of deficit spending an communism d u r i n g a 12-year career in the . Senate die sunday at the age of 87 Martin also a former governor of Pennsylvania had been in critical condition since wednesday night after suffering a heart at tack. V he died in a Hospital in his Home to duh of Washington pa.,the Small southwestern Pennsyl Vania Community where he re tired in 1959 after two Senate served As governor from 1943 to 1947. At his retired sent Martin raw the ranking Republican member of the finance committee work ing closely with the committee chairman the late sen Harry of Virginia a Democrat. Inflation is a More serious threat than a depression Sai Marun in attacking government spending shortly before his Senate tenure ended. And it is a Damn sight More dangerous than rus Sian he quit College at 18 to enlists a private in the Spanish american War. He served i world War i advancing to lieu tenant colonel. He was mad major general and commander of the Pennsylvania National Guardin 1941, minnesotan places 2d 3 teens arrested in Landau slaying Boston a Michael , 19, and Eugene g. Mckenna 17, were charged wit murder sunday in the stabbing strangulation of Jack Landau 42,prominent stage and television 16-year-old juvenile was charged with being a delinquent child by reason of murder. All three were taken into custody i their Homes at Revere mass. Landau s body was found thurs Day Arkansas teen 7s new Junior miss off Rosemary Dunaway m 0 b i l a Ala. Up Rose Mary Dunaway 17-year-old Ark Ansas Junior miss saturday night was crowned the 1967 America s Junior miss in the pageant pert Little Rock Brunette received a $10,000 scholarship Astop prize in the contest which awarded More than $45,000 i educational funds for the 50 girls. Minnesota Junior miss Susan Zirnig of Wells was first runner up. The other finishers behind miss Zirnig were Texas Junior miss Barbara Specht of new braunfels Hawaii s Julie fleece of Honolulu and Indiana s Sharo Ginn of Plainfield. The first runner up received a$6,000 scholarship. The other finishers in order got scholar ships of $4,000, $2,000 and $2,000. Miss Dunaway the daughter Ondr. And mrs. Forrest Dunaway is a senior at Hall High school and Hopes to attend Sweetbriar College. In an interview later miss Dunaway considered the Busy year ahead and said i know it s a huge responsibility. To think i m representing the whole nation kind of catches rounding out the dozen finalists were the Junior miss from Ore gon Margaret Chesney of port land North Carolina s Ann Jack son of Fayetteville Michigan Kathie Fliss of South fickle Illinois Susan Courtney of mount Prospect Pennsylvania s Barbara Lias of Wexford Alabama s Jen Nifer Mcfadden of Enterprise and Arizona s Carol Fagan of Phoenix each received $500 scholarships. A $1,500 Scholastic achievement scholarship went to miss Fagan and the $1,000 personality award voted by the girls went to okla homa Junior miss Donna Barnes of Moore. A Penny saved costs $4,000 Enterline Mich. A for 20 years James Buttermore recalls he never spent a Penny saving 50,000 of them Over that his collection is gone. While the butter ores were away from Home someone took the pennies along with hundreds of Nickels dimes quarters half dollars and dollars he had collected. The burglars used four Large suitcases taken from closets to haul off the loot police , 63, estimated the coins had a face value of at least$4,000 and would be valued by collectors at $8,000 to $10,000, Somoza in . New York up Somoza president elect of Nicaragua arrived inner York saturday to Start a three week Goodwill visit to the United states. Pacific stars & stripes 5tuesday, March 21, 1967

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