The Amarillo Globe-Times (Amarillo, Texas) 25 June 1968 Page 18

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The Amarillo Globe-Times (Amarillo, Texas) 25 June 1968 Page 18 - \vi! Hat attacks in the North Korean Intruders...
\vi! Hat attacks in the North Korean Intruders Slain On Anniversary of 1950 Attack . SE iP f / L A1) ~ Niflesiporlcd four North Korean in- The North Korean news agen cracked, grenades exploded and men died on the eastern front today while Soulh Korean cilics observed the 18th anniversary of the Korean War with ceremonies and parades. The South Korean army re- traders were killed in Iwo brief fire fights 31-i miles south of the demilitarized zone. No South Korean casualties were reporl- Chin'se Itodics Found on Shores HONG KONG (A[) _ More bound, decomposed Chinese Bodies floated onto the shores of Macao ami Hong KOHR today U u, u ,,--, ^.uc.u raising lo 11, Ihe total that have Chung lice Park called for unitv turned up in the two colonies · · ed. Army spokesmen said the infiltrators wore South Korean army fatigues without insignia. Two Russian light machine guns and a camera with film were found among the bodies. The army said this raised to 20 ttie number of North Korean infiltrators killed in five clashes in nine days. In a war anniversary speech in Seoul, Soldier-President since Friday. One of the bodies today was that of a young girl 13 to 15 years old. All but two of Ihe 16 bodies were bound around the waist lo continue economic programs while defending Ihe nation from Communist threats. He accused the Communists of turning Ihe entire land into military camps and scheming to launch a guerrilla war against Soulh Korea as cy did nol explain how the and weapons were recovered from the sea bottom. The United States and South Korea have denied that any their navy vessels were sunk North Korean patrol boats lasl weekend. St. Mark's Relics Given to Cathedral CAIRO (AP) -- Relics ot Mark returned to the land of martyrdom Monday. They were greeted by tens of thousands r ,., - days for nonsupport jubilant bgyplian Christians he- make . , --. , ,. , 1 I I I U n « I L U K M I I 1 M iMJllln IMJItd »IS and neck. They are believe, lo , he vi et Couq is doing in South have been victims of the violent Vietnam slrife sweeping China's southern K or'eigi, Minister Choi Kvu- (province of kwanRlung as a rc-;i i a n f ^ m[ t h a t Nor ,,, Korea'in- TM r,h H " , 8 " c u l t l l r a l jlends lo "take over the whole of revolution purge ! Korea by force." Hong Kons police cstimaledj Government agencies across !,'L' ll lS, C L h !l bC ?, n "' l h D i t h c C0l " lll '5' held ceremonies to j remember the Sunday 18 years ^ago when North Korean Com- .mumsts atlacked along the 38th 'parallel, reaching Ihc South Ko- water us long as a month. Hoiiin Inland* Crrrmoiiy TOKYO (AP) - rean capital in three days. fore Cootie Pope Kyrollos VI took them lo an undisclosed until a restitution, ceremony Wednesday. The relics are a gift of Pope Paul VI lo a new $2.3 million cathedral dedicated lo the who brought Christianity to Africa. The relics in a velvet- wrapped box will be laid in marble in a u s o 1 e u Wednesday. As the Egyptian jet carrying the relics touched the runway. the crowd burst on to the tarmac trying lo touch the Thousands kndt and manv kissed Ihc ground. Shouting "God has given us back our beloved St. Mark." | Troops and military bands icrowd mobbed Kryollos after a n paraded Seoul's main streets,[received the box of relics M "i i i i int Ljunm iuiu v u i c a n o i . . . -- : l " " * un i'ic a m i / i s I t: iu t island groups and three Oiher, ?{L spc ? c . , demanding U.S. Which have been kept in Venice 4.6 receiving in the central ! wiIlhd !:? w . a ' ' r , om Soulh uKor "' for centuries. It waj not known i r a l In N o r h V - ' Pacific. The Bonins include Iwo Jima ?"TMt l , where, in one of the bloodiest I . , u . In North Vietnam, the Com-|wh| r h of the saint's bones were battles of World War H more , " ncws l«P° r N h a r :scnt to E « n i » ' P r N ° r l ! l Korea as.iinst (he United Stales St. Mark according to went to Alexandria in 63 A.D. the world.' X M . i u i i t i » v . o vt T» lid L i t » » i l l J l I I 1 U I C , ,. f . - - - - - - i i, \ ni n/ . ^ i % . rc-!than G.SOO Americans and 1900o' 1 !' " lc ,E llar(l I lcac c ln «s' a andjand was rtra'ged to dcalh in the tKe-Japancso died. " ' ! . . . . - _ t n l Only Chi lie land of the streets there. Two years later inliabitanls- L M . I , O H . . V . . ' l l n - t t . 1 T u J V U I 3 i a l f l Chi Jima, m a i n is- Thc So " 1 ' 1 Korean ceremonies'(no Venetian seamen are sup- Bonins, has civilian, vcrc a (ic P ;i TMre "nm past gov- nosed to have stolen all of quiet nonob-;body except the heart from in most ot them ,Ie-i scr y a . ncc - A spokesman said the'Alexandria church and taken it from Westerners W ho lacllvll1c!i vvcrc ' designed to warn 1 1 0 Venice Uke t h e t M c d in ^ built up since a North T h jKorean commando team invad- ,,, ,,,, ^ ^/^cd Seoul Jan. 21 in an attempt; tak- t r i m m i n g 1830s. Some 6.000 former islanders of Japanese descent are expccl- be renewed as the 15-yesr-old armistice gets shakier. ! Tension along the DM2 l i a s j ; teadily built up s Heart Transplant Prospect Dies CAPE TOWN, South Africa _ m i F K E S I D E N T NAMED Hobason of has of proposed!Optimist Club. :Jima but the event also will be Border clashes since thenltient, died in " Grooie r 'Schuur tflc noils ' tt * :marked on hvo. where .1 small''! a v c taken Ihe lives of at least Hospital Sunday, it was :garrison of U.S. airmen and''' v; Americans snd 30 South Ko-itoday. 'Coast Guardsmen n-.sn a ravi-| r c a n s - Twenty-two olher Ameri- 1 I.iebenberg had been in the Cation slnlion «nd an cmorgcn- cans have been wounded. [hospital since mid-April. He pot cy airfield. I North Korea released what illstetdily worse in the past few tsaid was a photograph of Ihe.weeks. Hospital sources slid 'T.S. imperialist spy ship' '^reparations were begun it 'which It claims North Korean 'least twice to perfirm a 2 i patrol boats sank last weekend. 'plant but the prospective been h a m e d ; Thc boat looked like a small.Idied before the preparations '·- Caprock,flal. double-hulled glass fiber'could be completed. ivessel Another photograph w a s j Barnard already had 'he The club meets at X p.m. each;releascd depicting what \orthiformed open heart al the Kasiridg* Bowl. Korea claimed were weaponsJLiebenberg. -- wireless apparatus and equip-i -[estimated Canada shipped 7,802810 tons menl "carried bv bandits"' There are SI 300 I O P » cement in 1967. ' 'aboard the sunken ship. lEOvcriimonls In the U.S.

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