Pacific Stars And Stripes, November 17, 1984

Pacific Stars And Stripes

November 17, 1984

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 17, 1984, Tokyo, Japan Pacific Stars and Stripes B U I f 2 Sttffl I E 22 H TI06 7 TB SHrA DENIS MEHIGAN 39th 321 250 Koreas open trade talks Page 3 ftP probers accused of speculation Page 4 Red marines on isles PageS aim for eagles AP Seagulls that are apparently golf balls for which they drop from the air to crack the have bom barded golfers into retreat from a new driving Clearly the birds think the balls are said Jim conservation director for the Massachusetts Audubon Socie Its typical gull behavior to pick up clams and mussels and drop them again and again until the shell golf ball bombardment forced closing of the driving range set up recently at the sprawling headquarters of Smith Wesson The gun firms Lee was not available for his secretary explaining that Deters and our mart in charge of the gulls were closeted in a company official who asked that his name not be used said that shortly after the driving range was set the birds began cavorting with our The yearround resi dents on the cleared fields that surround the fenced and closely guarded plant on a bluff above the Connecticut would swoop scoop up a baE and wing off with it in their he But the real problems began when the birds began indiscri minately dropping the balls in futile attempts to crack them We viewed it as a safety the company official See Page 16 AN AUTHORIZED UNOFFICIAL PUBLICATION FOR THE PERSONNEL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL WITHIN THE PACIFIC COMMAND November AF scraps policy on stationing of spouses told the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the We are a captive of our charitable mismanage ment in the The 34member civilian panel is holding its semiannual meeting in Oaks said the Air Force is still able to assign 87 percent of its married couples but he said that percentage may be hard to maintain as more women enter the Air And I dont see any neat solution to Oaks The policy change hasnt had any impact on retention rates so he Women make up 11 percent of the Air Force and about 14 percent of new but Congress has ordered the recruit level increased to 17 percent next year and to 22 percent by The committee also heard from Marine Ruth Woidyla who said the Corps succeeded in reducing a high attrition rate among She said the female attrition rate is now about 23 only 5 percent age points higher than for Four or five years ago it was 13 percentage points She said the differ ential now can be attributed mainly to AP An Air Force general says the service has decided to put staffing needs ahead of family considerations by if to station airmen and airwomen who are married to each other at the same Robert the services personnel plans said the Air Force recently scrapped a lenient policy on assignment of married couples that had resulted in some bases being overmanned and others We cant tolerate it any more because its having an adverse impact on our ability to do our Oaks Soviets move closer to arms talks WASHINGTON UPI The Reagan responding to a show of interest from said Thursday the time is right for wideranging arms control talks and expressed a readiness to give the Kremlin more White House spokesman Larry Speakes said comments by a Soviet diplomat reported in a Washington Post story lead us to feel that there is a need for more discussion of broad umbrella talks proposed by President Reagan in a speech to the United Nations We believe this is a time in the dialogue at which a broad exchange of the type proposed by the president would be Speakes told eager to revive negotia tions as early as possible in his second suggested talks to ex amine the status of arms control across the possibly prompting spinoff talks on specific areas such as space weapons or nuclear A senior Soviet Embassy official quoted anonymously by the Post described the umbrella proposal as an unprecedented idea that must be The remark was similar in tone to soundings received by the administration through diplomatic stressing the matter still is in the conceptual We would like to continue to outline for them our proposal for the umbrella approach to these We think it would be timely to discuss the relationship between offensive and defensive systems and also to look toward the possibility of The sun appears about to topple on top of two bicycling youths as it sets on Falling fireball See Page 16 the outskirts of West UPI ;