A Japanese court gave suspended prison terms to two former Toshiba executives Tuesday, and U.S. military bases stopped selling the company's products because of its exports of strategic material to the Soviet Union.

The Tokyo District Court fined the Toshiba subsidiary responsible for the exports, Toshiba Machine Co., $15,700 for violating Japan's Foreign Exchange Control Law.Hiroaki Tanimura, former deputy head of Toshiba Machine's engineering department, was sentenced to a suspended one-year prison term and three years probation. Ryuzo Hayashi, former head of the Material Procurement Department, The defendants resigned after being accused of selling computer-controlled propeller milling machines and related software to the Soviets between 1982 and 1984 without obtaining government permission.