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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 6, 1982, Darmstadt, Hesse 53-year-old: 'I had to'Sky diver's chufe fa;7s— he lives, fries againEFFORT, P». (UP!) — A middle-aged tky diver, whose m»ln tad reserveparachutes filled to open on t 3,500-not jump, DM only lived to ted aboutft, be feMrad hit bruises and did it•pin — from 4.SOO feet"I just wanted to get it out of mysystem," Nuncio Forte, S3, a MonroeComity carpenter and the father of sixchildren, said Tuesday while recoveringfrom neck ud knee sprains at his Ef-fort home."If 1 didn't do it then, I w*i afraidI'd never do it ajain. I'm the type whodoesn't like to let anything |et meA iky diver liace last July, Forte wasmaking only his 14th jump Sunday atHazkton, when his main chute failedto open. By the time be diicarded it andpalled the ripeord on hit reserve, he(Conilimtd OH back pa ft}'Urgent7 planin works toend fightingRIPESAUTMoaixio UNOFFICIAL r>usuc*Tioii re* TNI u.s. AIMSO POUCHVol. 41. No. 18 Thursday. May 6, 1882 ** i* twiy — *-*v 1 F 8893 AFrasrae senates**Argentina and Britain ire "urgently"cocBidering a US.-Peruvian proposal for apatus in fighting and withdrawal of allmilitary force* from the Falkland bland*area, diplomatic sources in Washingtonaid Wednesday.The propoaal wai given to Argentinaand Britain Tuetday and then (lightlymodified in a meeting late Tuesday be-tween Secretary of State Alexander Haigand British Ambassador Nicholas Hender-son. (Reksttd steHes, Page 13.)Henderson gave what was described asa "constructhfi:" initial response.Haig asked Henderson to tend the mod-ifications to London for further commentand the British envoy was expected to re-yWhile ithe United Stain talked to theBritish, Peruvian official* sought a re-sponse from Argentina.The British have rejected a simplecease-fire, insisting that Argentine forcesalso must withdraw from the South Atlan-tic islands that Britain has ruled for 149years. The new plan wouu *eet this Brit-ish requirement.At the White House, deputy press secre-tary Larry Speakes indicated the joint pro-posal with Peru is only one avenue theUnited State* is exploring.President Reagan has instructed Haigto stay "actively engaged" in searching fora peaceful solution and the administrationhas been in "constant daily, virtualaround-the-clock contact with people whocould help," Speakes said. He said thisincludes ''regular contacts" with the Sovi-et Union.Officials said the proposal, which origi-nated with Peruvian President FernandoBelaunde Terry and was modified slightlyby Haig, differs in two ways from the \iS.plan Argentina rejected but Thursday:ed in deliberately broad,Hold nose, cross toes . . . flipat Pawnee Lake, Nek. Howcter, Miller tfct speedy gMer after Miller His. e*T Its cr,.»sff*-— It U coucheonurgent progress while avoiding the time-consuming process of "dotting the i's andcrossing the t's."— It goes further than a simple cease-fire, because "it would simply restore thesituation" that has existed unco April 2when Argentine forces seized the Falk-land! from Britain. Both Argentine andBritish forces would withdraw from thearea of the Falkland*.The American plan called for withdraw-al of forces from the area, an interim ad-ministration of the islands under British-Argenline-U5. supervision and a frame-ICotalnufd on back page)Too many cufs, president saysParent-teacher group blasts i:•• i iBT u. KOMMICKIBERCHTESGADEN, Germany(8*8) — Teacher am ud programckM*i by offleWi Ut Waaltagio.fc.d--,-peaa Congress ofWashington'ent school system_ facing the Euro-American Parents,Toscbers. Sladeatt (ECAPTS). the organ-teatkn's praidettl said here Wednesday.DODDS headquarters paid little heedto the opinions of officials In the Europeanschools when they cut 306 teacher slotsfrom the school system, effective thi. Sep-tember, according to CWO James Vcne-rio, pretiCsnt of the 20,000-member Euro-pean PTA. DODDS did approve new slotsfor 374 special education teachers, Vene-riosakL•They (DODDS officials) are operatingwithout n real firtt-b-nd look it wtuA thesituation b over here " said Venerio. "It'slike having a 3.000-uiito-kwg screwdriverto fix the problems."Veneao, assigned to thtCored in Worms, m 5th Signalmade Us comments inan interview during ike group's annualconvention at AFRC fadUlias here."DODOS is trytag to antidpaU ourlosses and trying to allow more slots forspecial education teachers. What they'reIConilmitd on keek paftl
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