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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 19, 1963, Tokyo, Japan Truce violation by sp5 Donald Anglin Korea Bureau North korean communists tuesday admitted a major violation of the military armistice agree first such admission since the truce became effective More than 10 years in reply to a United nations com Mand charge that North Korea has built up a modern and powerful air the reds attempted to justify this action by saying the buildup was Neces sary to defend their country from Marine George senior quoted a 9 North Korea radio broadcast describing a Parade com memorating1 Peoples mechanized units came into Cloud at this with a deafening of Jet bombers and Mig fighters whizzed Over the Square at lightning paragraph 13d of the armistice agreement specifically outlaws the introduction of additional or new weapons by either if you want our Side to remain in a defensive which enables you to invade All that is a Clear ill the communists we will never give up our right to defend our country from but will strike a telling blow to those who intend to harm for the first time in nearly 122 months that these meetings have been Cloud told the you have admitted that your Side has yet to abide by the terms of the armistice agree tuesdays the was described by Vincent As the most significant in the history of the armis Tice Pacific stars and stripes carried a front Page Story 13 telling of buildup of the North Korea air Force As described on a monitored Pyongyang radio during the More than 10 years the armistice has been in the Uno has charged the communists with they had admitted Only two minor on the communists agreed that their personnel crossed the military demarcation line by and on they admitted that one of their carrying a entered the custodian Force area at tuesdays called by the opened with charges against continued on Back i Viet unit 1 guerrillas go Republic of Viet Nam e p u b lie of Vietnam government forces monday surprised a Viet Cong battalion near this Small farming Village 15 Miles South of Saigon and tuesday claimed that they killed guerrillas in the resulting clash Between the Viet Cong and a full vietnamese the believed to be assembling for raids on nearby were caught in flooded Rice paddies by the government troops who converged on go Den by reports indicate that govern ment forces suffered eight killed and 35 general Huynh Van commander of the two regular divisions operating throughout the Mekong told report ers visiting Here tuesday that the estimated 300 guerrillas were preparing for ambushes along the main Road leading to Saigon and attacks on nearby strategic reporters were not allowed to continued on Back 4 convenes United a 18th session of the United nations general Assembly convened tuesday and Carlos Sosa venezuelan lawyer Diplomat was elected Muhammad Zafrullah Khan of the president of the last convened the As Sembly in the big Blue and Gold Assembly he called attention to the sign ing of the limited nuclear test ban treaty in Moscow As a Good Omen for the working present and Zafrullah a closed with a prayer to the lord of the for the Good work of the Sosak Odriguez received 99 there were 11 abstentions on the secret apparently continued on Back 1 bus train crash 20 die a More than 20 mexican farm workers were reported killed and 30 injured tuesday when their bus was struck by a freight train eight Miles South of an authorized publication of the armed forces in the far East Pacific 261 Korea edition ipes 10 daily 1s with supplements 1963 a v vex s w a member of the Peoples action com Mittee gestures wildly on the grounds of the embassy in Kuala Lum he was one of the More than demonstrators who stormed the embassy in retaliation against similar mob action against the malaysian embassy in of radio photo new pro pay begins j Washington the new proficiency pay program ordered by the defense depart ment will be put into effect 1 by the Navy and Marine the air Force has not decided on its new a defense spokesman said the air Force will continue to use its old pro pay system until a solution is reached that is in the Best interest of the Superior performance pay of per month is being planned by Only the army and Marine this is awarded for one 2 More sign treaty London and the dominican Republic tuesday became the 81st and 82d nations to sign the London copy of the limited nuclear test ban year periods based in competitive selection and commanders recommendation to a percen Tage of those specialities not approved for proficiency pay in the p2 and p3 initiation of this program has been left to the option of the individual varying pro pay rates have been implemented by the serv ices which Are going under the new program in Kuala malay Sia newly former federation of Malaysia Sev ered diplomatic relations with Indonesia and the Philippines tuesday As demonstrators stormed the indonesian embassy the Malaysia government announced it had Given indonesian and philippine diplomats a week to leave the the retaliate ing1 for a similar mob action monday against the malaysian embassy in Jakarta and its consulate in North set fire to one build Inland smashed windows and More than Rock throwing demonstrators took part in the armed with rifles and tear made Little attempt to Stop the Many of the police were grinning broadly As they tried to shoo the Demontra continued on Back 2 army Secretary Cyrus Vance was scheduled to arrive in the Republic of Korea wednesday for a three Day tour of and Rok army install Page the sea a silent but Bountiful pages rough football Road ahead for eighth army sup port command fron Page

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