Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 29 1967, Page 4

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 29, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Senators rap Pentagon restrictions draw Washington a a Senate subcommittee Mon Day urged Washington officials to lift bombing restrictions in the Vietnam the critical Survey came from the watchdog Senate defense sub committee headed by John Stennis which sent four investigators to South Vietnam last fall for a Check commanders and combat the panel said the Cost of Tacti Cal air operations in including restricted bombing of tar gets in North has been heavy for the limited gains the air raids Over North Viet Nam have made in More costly the North vietnamese to wage but it has been through the sacrifice of Many american lives and aircraft losses extending into billions of the defense subcommittees re port was the second of six that Stennis has promised As a result of an investigation of the War by the a defense department state ment published As part of the censored report protested that the Senate findings were in important respects marred by errors of fact and but the made no de Nial of the subcommittee state ment that selection of targets to be struck in North Vietnam is controlled in Large measure from the striking forces must operate outside of certain prohibited areas and to the exclusion of specific Stuart Symington a member of the said in a separate report on his december visit to the War theater that pilots want to be free to hit airfields in the ousts 2 Tanker Torrey Canyon splits in two releasing More up radio photo crude Banks Cut prime rates new York third largest first National City Bank of new reduced its prime interest rate to 5 per cent from 5 per cent other Large new York Banks promptly followed shortly after first National cites terse manufacturers Hanover Trust Bankers Trust Irving Trust and chemical Bank new York Trust among americas they were Al so reducing their prime the prime rate is the interest Banks charge their biggest and most creditworthy the move was expected to be followed by other Large Banks across the Auto crash kills 10 Italy ten italians were killed and four others seriously injured sunday night when a car struck a motor Cycle and then ran into another police reported milk Damp lets up in Midwest Chicago a signs appeared monday that the with holding action of the National Farmers organization no was near an but there still was widespread picketing of d a i r y processing and delivery some buyers in the Midwest said that unexpectedly Large ship ments from the farms had forced them to turn away loads of the no has waged a 25state Campaign for a 2centaquart milk Price increase to the featured by nearly two weeks of milk no reports of dumping were received but picketing occurred in a number of the Farmers group registered several victories in Minnesota sunday when a number of milk processors met the unions de but in monday sympathetic milk truck Drivers faced contempt citations if they refused to deliver teamster Drivers threw up pickets at All four of Nashville major dairies choking off 85 per cent of the milk Supply of Central Southern Kentucky and Northern Tanker Breaks up Oil fouls beaches England the giant american owned Tanker Torrey Canyon went into its death throes monday under the Merci less pounding of an Atlantic Spring Shes broken into three distinct said a defense ministry the end is not far the Liberia Regis tired Tanker was carrying about 8 Tony awards to cabaret1 new York Musi Cal cabaret and an English the sunday nights Tony awards for Broadway achievement into a cabaret scooped up eight of the 16 Silver medallions and the English drama four As the years Best presentation of the 21st annual prizes was made at a ceremony in the Shubert individual citations went to Barbara Harris of the Apple tree and Robert Preston of i do i do for Stellar musical performances and to Beryl Reid in the killing of sister George and Paul Rogers of the Home coming stars in straight tons of crude Oil when it ran aground on the seven stones reef off the southwestern coast of England March thousands of tons of Oil Are pol Athens a two soviet diplomats monday night were ordered to leave Greece within 48 for activities incompatible with their they were believed to have been accused of a greek foreign ministry announcement simply that the two had been expelled because incriminating evidence had been compiled against they were identified As Albert second Secretary in the soviet embassy arid Igor a member of the so Viet commercial it was believed Here that the two were considered members of i a Large soviet spy network that was exposed with the recent arrests of three italians in v police have arrested civilians Here and in Cyprus in connection with the espionage two soviets were expelled from Nicosia last a russian Diplomat in the Rome embassy abruptly left Italy for Moscow presumably under expulsion the three arrested in Turin March 15 were Giulio a Parachute expert his wife an Gela and chaff Armando italian authorities accused the three of spying on facilities in Spain and elsewhere for the soviet in it was announced monday that Cyprus police have arrested a third cypriot in connection with investigations into the spy the arrested a greek cyp riot named Yannakis was arrested in Nicosia last sat urday As soon As he stepped off Outing the Cornish some of Britain Best another tons of Oil poured out of the Tanker monday As it wrenched apart in the crushing Navy minister Maurice Foley told a press conference at ply Mouth that the Tanker had not been blown up partly because of the Legal problems he said the vessel was owned by an american flying under a liberian chartered by British a govern ment for one trip with an italian it was grounded on rocks in International hot British he the massive Oil resisting thousands of Gallons of detergent sprayed on it in an Effort to halt its landward has dirtied More than 100 Miles of Cornish and killed thousands of an Athelsto Nicosia according to police his de Tention was kept secret until Mon when he was taken to court where he was remanded in Cus Tody for eight self service thief Chicago a apparently taking the name of a self service supermarket a masked armed robber took from the open Washington Robert Kennedy is prepared to submit a sworn state ment that he is not a candidate for president in 1968 to keep his name off any state primary bal Kenned is press Frank made the 4 Pacific stars stripes 9 1967 statement monday in response to a query about the possible entry of Kennedy name in the Oregon and Nebraska presidential Pri Mary elections next Oregon election Law would also require Kennedy or any other candidate who wants his name withdrawn to swear he does not intend to become a presidential candidate in Kennedy will do that if Mankiewicz Mankiewicz said Kennedy will take the same action if necessary to stay off the ballot in Nebraska next but Kennedy will wait to see if his name is entered on either Pri Mary ballot before making withdrawal Mankiewicz under Oregon and Nebraska election the secretaries of state Are required to put on the primaries primary ballot All generally recognized candidates for the presi it is up to the candidates named to withdraw from the if they Mankiewicz said Kennedy in tends to support president John son for reelection in there Are continuing reports that Kennedy is a potential 1968 contender for the White turks shoot 2 marines Cyprus a two american marines shot and wounded sunday evening near the turkish Village of Kuru monastic East of Nicosia were attacked by turkish a statement issued by the turkish cypriot in formation office said the statement claimed the turks opened fire on what they described As a mysterious car which had failed to heed a signal to the wounded marines told news men they were shot at while sit Ting in darkness in their parked car with two the two both Are Marine corps Jack Kline has serious Bullet wounds in his right Hugh Ragland suffered superficial gunshot Pellet wounds in the legs and right Hospital authorities said they were both out of the two girls with them were not swept to death a a sudden wave swept Emma to her death sunday in the surf at Casper South of Kowitz of Ida who had been camping with other members of her was walking on rocks near the Ocean when the wave 1

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