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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 6, 1982, Darmstadt, Hesse 53yearold I had to Sky divers chufe he fries again UP A middle aged tky whose tad reserve parachutes filled to open on t not DM only lived to ted about be hit bruises and did it from feet I just wanted to get it out of my Nuncio a Monroe Comity carpenter and the father of six said Tuesday while recovering from neck ud knee sprains at his Ef fort If 1 didnt do it I afraid Id never do it Im the type who doesnt like to let anything me A iky diver liace last Forte was making only his 14th jump Sunday at when his main chute failed to By the time be it and palled the on hit he OH back pa ft plan in works to end fighting RIPES UNOFFICIAL TNI POUCH 18 May 1882 twiy 1 F 8893 A Argentina and Britain ire urgently a proposal for a in fighting and withdrawal of all military from the Falkland diplomatic sources in Washington aid The wai given to Argentina and Britain and then lightly modified in a meeting late Tuesday be tween Secretary of State Alexander Haig and British Ambassador Nicholas Hender Page Henderson gave what was described as a initial Haig asked Henderson to tend the mod to London for further comment and the British envoy was expected to re ithe United Stain talked to the Peruvian sought a re sponse from The British have rejected a simple insisting that Argentine forces also must withdraw from the South Atlan tic islands that Britain has ruled for 149 The new plan this Brit ish At the White deputy press secre tary Larry Speakes indicated the joint pro posal with Peru is only one avenue the United is President Reagan has instructed Haig to stay actively engaged in searching for a peaceful solution and the administration has been in constant virtual contact with people who could Speakes He said this includes regular contacts with the Sovi et Officials said the which origi with Peruvian President Fernando Belaunde Terry and was modified slightly by differs in two ways from the plan Argentina rejected but Thursday ed in deliberately Hold cross toes flip at Pawnee Miller speedy after Miller It s It U couched on urgent progress while avoiding the time consuming process of dotting the is and crossing the It goes further than a simple cease because it would simply restore the situation that has existed unco April 2 when Argentine forces seized the Falk land from Both Argentine and British forces would withdraw from the area of the The American plan called for withdraw al of forces from the an interim ad ministration of the islands under British supervision and a frame on back page Too many president says group blasts i i BT Germany Teacher am ud program by Ut Congress of Washington ent school system facing the Euro American the organ said here DODDS headquarters paid little heed to the opinions of officials In the European schools when they cut 306 teacher slots from the school effective Sep according to CWO James of the Euro pean DODDS did approve new slots for 374 special education Vene DODDS officials are operating without n real look it the situation b over here said Its like having a screwdriver to fix the assigned to tht Cored in m 5th Signal made Us comments in an interview during ike groups annual convention at DODOS is to our losses and trying to allow more slots for special education What theyre on keek
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