Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Nov 17 1963, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 17, 1963, Tokyo, Japan Saigon up communist plot to blow up d building housing some 200 american military advisers at my 35 Miles South of has been Dis covered and military sources said Fri a Viet Gong sabotage ring had planned to destroy the forme r Catholic Seminary housing the advisory detach ment to the seventh Viet namese division by sneak ing a 50pound bomb with a time fuse Detonator into the building last sunday the sources the bomb was disguised in a harmless looking Oil the plot was unearthed in time by vietnamese army Security agents and the bomb was seized a few hours before it was to be nine members of a Viet Cowig sabotage squad in myth were the sources ordnance specialists later decided the bomb would not have been powerful enough to blow up the whole but might have caused death or serious in jury to a number of men stay ing a Young woman member of the ring began by seducing several vietnamese guards and administrative personnel work ing in the which served As the advisory detach ments office As Well As its jiving using these trusted Viet the communists had hoped to sneak the bomb into the building and Plant it where it would do the most the Young woman was still trying to entice these guards and administrative personnel in to the plot when it was Dis covered and an authorized publication of 7ht armed forces far East Pacific 15c Loc daily with supplements 320 Korea edition 1963 Alphus Clark right Ges Tures As he tells reporters at Seoul Miler tary Hospital Friday How his United nations command observer team was attacked by North korean communists inside the demilitarized at left is sp5 Harold Aldrich who was wounded in the photo by i Sam Kim by Dan Henderson Korea Bureau chief was lying Flat in the water As Low As i somewhere around 3 Oclock something hit my right it Felt like a Large this is the Way sp5 Harold Aldrich of described to newsmen How he was Korea Bureau k o r e United nations command Satur Day charged the North korean reds with a flagrant violation of the armistice agreement in the attack on an unarmed unc7 Mac joint observer team wed one Rok officer was killed in the red attack and two americans army Robert Seedlock told the communists that the team was on Legal Mission of inspecting markers when the attack i protest with All my strength the unprovoked at tack on the unc joint Obser vation he Seedlock specifically charged the reds with violation of Para graph six of the armistice agree ment which states that neither Side will execute hostile he also charged them with having heavy machine guns in Side the demilitarized another Seedlock showed the communists a picture of the dead Rok captains body clearly showing the yellow armband worn by unc personnel inside the demilitarized the communists denied the attack on the unc observer team and accused the unc of fabricating the this so called incident has no connection with our the communist representative wounded after an eight Man United nations command observer team was pinned Clown by North korean machine gun and Rifle fire on the North Bank of the Puk hanging North Han River a Republic of Korea army Captain was killed while the reds were shooting at the unarmed unc in a press conference at Seoul army Alphus Clark of senior unc member of the told reporters that they had been checking military de Markatoon line markers when the reds opened Clark was hospitalized with leg bruises and because of exhaustion and sex the Mil runs Down the mid dle of the 151mile Long demilitarized Yards wide strip that divides communist North Korea from the Republic in the area whore we wore the Mil is in the Middle of the Clark we had finished Check ing markers on the North Side of the River and wore waiting Washington the Senate passed pres ident Kennedy badly mauled foreign Aid Bill Friday after deferring a bitter Row Over Grain sales to soviet bloc the hopped Down measure car ried Only As it finally got through after 15 Days of the Roll Call vote was 63 to the Senate acted after loading the authorization measure with restrictive amendments and Cut Ting it below the t Kennedy the cuts and curbs triggered an angry news conference pro test from the president thurs Day that he was being denied an essential tool of foreign but after that the Senate went right on the measure now goes to a con Ference with spokesmen from the House to resolve the differences Between the Senate Bill and the previously voted by the the final Senate version cuts military Aid from billion to economic development Loans from billion to supporting economic assistance to defense treaty allies from million to continued on Back 5 for the boat to come across and pick us up when the North koreans began at approximately he said that since october the team has checked approximately 400 markers along a 75mile stretch without the North koreans were notified last saturday that we would again be inthe he 4 the boat was just about Midstream when machine gun bullets began cracking Over our Clark the boat operator made for the South jumped ashore and ran for tracer bullets from the machine guns started a fire on the South Side of the the communist fire was immediately directed at Clark we took cover by lying in the water where a slight continued on Page 2 dope Cache seized Turkey illegal Cache of morphine Worth an estimated million at underworld prices was seized by turkish narcotics agents and to it was announced new York Kennedy Friday told the Falcio convention that passage of his income Cut Bill by the current session of Congress would insure the nation against a recession that May be in the offing for next he said prompt passage would mean sailing by next april on the winds of the longest and strongest peacetime expansion in the nations economic Kennedy indicated there would be a distinct danger to the nations Economy to postpone action on the tax Bill until next years congressional i think this Congress will not go Home next summer without passing this he i think we should stay there until we As Kennedy was speaking the Senate finance committee handed his tax Bill another the committee crushed by a vote of 11 to 1 a motion to Speed up hearings on the gently killing once and for any continued on Back 4 West Berlin ican military police Friday held up a russian army bus and a russian military Auto in Retalia Tion for the Holdup of two army patrol cars in East Berlin military police stopped a bus carrying 25 russians for is minutes and an automobile carrying four russians for 20 i american officials in each Case a Russia speak ing my officer told the russians Why they were

Search all Tokyo, Tôkyô newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for November 17, 1963

Browse