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U.S. Seeks to Head Off - Red Bank Register Archive

U.S. Seeks to Head Off - Red Bank Register Archive

U.S. Seeks to Head Off - Red Bank Register

Complete High School Grid Game Coverage Weather Fair but colder today, high In mid 40s. Cloudir.; up tonight With chance of rain developing low in upper 30s. Clearing likely tomorrow afternoon, high In mid 40s. Sunday') outlook, fair with •imilar temperature. THEDAILY I Red Bank, Freehold Long Branch 7 MONMOUTH COUNTY'S HOME NEWSPAPER FOR 89 YEARS HOME FINAL DIAL 741 SEE SPORTS PAGES VOL. 90, NO. 106 RED BANK, N. J.( FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1967 10c PER COPY PAGE ONE 1 U.S. Seeks to Head Off A Greek-Turkish War BACK IN ACTION — The Rev. Joseph F. Sheehan is again on familiar ground, a battlefield. He is Catholic chaplain with the 4th Division, shown comforting f wounded paratrooper on flight line at Oak To where wounded of Battle of Hill I 875 were brought. The paratrooper was on the hill under constant bombardment i for two days. (AP Wirephoto via Radio from Saigon) ' 'Father Joe' Is Serving Where 'His Boys' Are By THOMAS 3. BLY Whether as curate at St. James Catholic Church, Red Bank; Star of the Sea, Long ""Branch, or St.Gabriel's, Bradevelt, the Rev. Joseph F. Sheehan typified the movies' version of a parish priest. Hii deep involvement wilh everyone he met — particularly younger people — isLt. C6F. Joseph "F. Sneehah, chaplain serving in Vietnam. Yesterday's news accounts about the Battle of Hill 875 victory included the informa- JJanjJJiat "Father-Joe"-again 1 ATHENS (AP) - U.S. presi- from Cyprus. The State Depart- Students eager for war. He was military regime is in a less addential envoy Cyrus R. Vance ment advised American travel- met with reserve by Turkish ofvantageous position. For the s, sought in Athens today to head ers to stay away from Cyprus, ficials and made no comment on Greeks, war in Cyprus would off a Greek-Turkish war over Cy- Greece or Turkey, and the Cana- the negotiations. mean fighting 500 miles from prus while the two North Atlandian government issued the same Another Turkish threat in 1964 their mainland but only minutes tic alliance members continued warning to its citizens. to go to the aid of the Turkish from Turkish Jet airfields 40 military preparations. Both na- Vance arrived in the Greek minority in Cyprus was thwarted miles away. Turkey also is tions' armed forces were alerted. capital after talks with Turkish when President Johnson issued a stronger militarily than Greece, The tense situation caused the leaders in Ankara yesterday that sharp, private warning to the An- and the Greek dictatorship car U.S. Embassy in Nicosia to order roused resentment in the Turkish kara government. count on little or no aid from the evacuation to Beirut of 400 press and a rock-throwing anti- Vance could expect a warmer abroad American wives and children American demonstration by 2,000 reception in Athens, where the Johnson's special envoy said SAIGON (AP) — U.S. infan- oday to break through the tryman today reported killing barbed-wire perimeter of a 1st In- 118 Communist soldiers in two fantry Division company with battles, with bazooka-firing Viet mortars and, small rockets fired Cong who attacked near Saigon from bazookas. They got to the and with entrenched North Viet- wire but never penetrated it. namese troops far to the north in Four American infantrymen the Que Son Valley. In the air were killed and 21 wounded, most war, the U.S. Command claimed of them at night observation another probable'MIG kill north- pasts outside the company's perwest of Hanoi and announced the imeter. loss of four more American The Viet Cong retreated after planes. two hours under a pounding by A company from the 196th artillery and helicopter gunships. ing with and for youth since his ordination in I ight Infantry Brigade and an Most of the wounded Americans Trenton in 1944 hasn't wavered. In a visit armored unit from the 1st returned to duty after first aid, with his sister, Mrs. Marion S. Kearney o' Air Cavalry Division made con- a U.S. spokesman said. 16 Parker Place, Shrewsbury, earlier this tact with the North Vietnamese year, he told a Daily Register reporter he in the Que Son Valley 25 miles is "high on today's youth," explaining south of Da Nang on a search- "They're the greatest when they have the ana-destroy mission. opportunity to be great." The enemy opened up with heavy machine-gun fir from a The..Jlrycarojd priest has had an as- complex of bunkers antf holes sortment of assignments since" he- entered w the- bamboo-thicketed rice val- the Army 17 years ago. Besides the Korean ley, War, he served in .Germany. «n

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