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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 27, 1986, Tokyo, Japan Pacific Stars and Stripes I R 2 fnJr T 106 7 T Sgff A RICHARD STEVENSON 41 st 57 O C AN AUTHORIZED UNOFFICIAL PUBLICATION FOR THE PERSONNEL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF O OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL WITHIN THE PACIFIC COMMAND February Marcos to quit Page 3 All quiet at RP bases Page6 pages Stripes adding comics Pacific Stars and Stripes Pacific Stars and Stripes will be adding 16 new color comics to its expanded 80page Sunday beginning March The new comics will join 14 comic strips currently published in The new lineup of Stripes comics includes Family comics The Better with Harriet and Stanley Willy N The Lockhorns and For Better or For Social and political humor in Bloom County with Bill the Cat and the Hardluck characters Frank and The Born Loser and commentary from Grin and Bear Corporate comedy from political satire in Berrys World and the world from the view of newspaper editors in Womanofthe80s comic Wild West humor from Tumb Tank McNamara already car ried on Stripes daily pages now joins the Sunday list of The addition of the new color comics will double the size of Sunday comics from eight to 16 pages begin ning with the comics section that will run in the March 2 edition of Pacific Stars and Marcos gives up recognizes new government Compiled from and wire reports Proclaiming that reason and com passion have the United States extended recognition Tuesday to the new Philippine government of Corazon Secretary of State George Shultz Shultz also praised the Filipino people and called them the true heroes in the rapid events that ended the 20year rule of Ferdinand Marcos fled his presidential palace to Clark about 60 miles north of with his family and close including former armed forces chief of staff Fabian Shultz announced at the White Marcos left Clark Wednesday and arrived at Anderson AFB at It was earlier reported that Marcos left Clark loaded on a But a public affairs spokesman at Ander son said Marcos walked off the C9A Nightingale under his own He was met by Guams Eddie Reyes and Ellie Shuler See Page 2 Af A Filipino slashes an oil painting of Marcos as looters storm the presidential palace Marcos left people he loved By Joseph Albright KNT Service MANILA In the Ferdinand Marcos left behind the people that he so often said he The people in here are said Fabe a 27year old guard at the presidential com They dont know what to We have no instructions where to Across the golf course and the river from the palace guards living Marcos was on his way out of the No one had told The president he had to whom he had served Communion wafers as a parttime acolyte during his six years as a presidential had always told Esperidon that a victory by Corazon Aquino and the political opposition would mean the dreaded Communists had taken pow er and that there would be terrorist attacks on the Esperidon wanted protection from an American journalist who had See Page 2
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