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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - June 11, 1984, Darmstadt, Hesse Communications satellite 2 junta gets pence 8 Pentagon bogus electronic 9 Hart close to Mandate in popular t Lendl bests McEnroe for French Open 25 Voune heart transplant patient doing 28 55 June 1984 1F 8693 A Iraq to halt civilian attacks Bahrain AP Iran and Iraq agreed Sunday lo slop attacking each civilian in the first reported between ihe two Persian Gulf nations since the start of the war near ly four years In separate from official news the countries said they ten responding to an appeal from Secre tary General Javier de Arab and diplomatic sources here noted il was he first time Iran has responded favorably lo a ceasefire request since Ihc outbreak of humilities with Iran in September The by Iranian male radio made il clear that the proposed ceasefire would be limited tu cities and other pop regions in the Hostilities along the line nn unidentified at tacked a Kuwait oil tanker northwest of the Strait of The owned by the Kuwait Oil was attacked Sunday company chairman The attack a small fire aboard the which the crew managed li extinguish at he milling that the vessel was empty al the The attack was tlie first since May when Iranian crippled a carrier near the Saudi Arabian Marine shipping sources said Ihe was hi by can the same type used by Iran in previous alined farther Iran previously spurned bids by Ihc Organisation of Islamic the he Gulf Cu Council countries and No bombing of cities was reported by either side Oi ministers of the Gulf Co operation Council began arriving in Saudi Sunday for emergency conference to deal wilh the rising menace to ail Reagan ends cites arms talks hopes LONDON AP President Reagan wound up n European trip predicting that his reelection to another term might boost chances of resuming talks with Ihe Soviet holding a short news conference before leaving for also snid the Kremlins recent silence may be because they dont know what to say right He dismissed the antinuclear protesters who massed in London on Sat at ihe end of the eco nomic summit as not speaking for a ma They seem lo think they have a simple answer la wa i f we just by down our weapons and stand back thai somehow peace will come to the They havent slopped to figure it might be Ihe peace of Ihe he who left for Washington Sunday began his trip June I in where he made a pilgrimage lo his ancestral village of Me also took part in 40th anniversary ceremonies marking the Allied landings along the Normandy beaches of France in World War final slap was where he joined Ihe leaders of Italy and Japan Fur a summit meeting the seven nations hold an on Page Reagan said Ihc summit demonstrates the unity of the Western industrialized the enduring strength of our shared vision and values und our resolve to advance our common He said he was leaving London re confidence thai Ihc future belongs to the free and thai our great democracies am meet ihc challenges before Reagan held Ihc news conference under See REAGAN on Page 28 President Reagan Carol Ann wife of Ambassador Charles Farewell kisses farewell kiss on Ihc check before kiting London for Sunday while Ambassador Price kisses lady Nine Ambulance runs set records in New York Northeast cooks for fourth day has snowfall NEW YORK AP The cities of the Northeast cooked for a fourth day in record or temperatures and water pressure plunged as children tapped fire trying Related on Page White the was oppressively hot and from Washington and Phila delphia to New York and temper atura were unseasonably cool across the Central Plains and Northern and in parts of the Snow felt in some mountains of Ihc with heavy rains and damaging again were scattered from northern Texas lo Michigan in the a system off the southeastern of the United States continued to pump hoi and humid air into ihc area from the and Ohio through New ters registered temperatures well above 90 degrees across that By noon the temperature at Atlantic City reached a record 99 surpassing the previous high of 97 degrees set in Beaches and pirks were air conditioner repair workers couldnt keep up with Ihe a ltd roads and rail road tracks buckled in Eileen of the Emergency Medical Service in New York City the heal wave had precipitated thousands of illnesses a nil no doubt had caused some but she had no figures on She said Ihe Emergency Service an swered ambulance calls and Thursday each a new record and all well ihc daily average I have no there arc number of deaths that are re lated to the because old people cant take the The good news was that forecasters laid thunderstorms predicted fur blc Monday ur Tuesday should usher in cooler frum Ihc Midwest and end ihe
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