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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - December 14, 1986, Tokyo, Japan Stars and Stripes See ad insert of Bears9 McMahon up in air after surgery Page 36 Abu Nidal terrorists vow revenge on Israelis Page 4 AN AUTHORIZED UNOFFICIAL PUBLICATION FOR THE PERSONNEL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF 41StY63r 347 506 OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL WITHIN THE PACIFIC COMMAND 7 T EDWIN 106 SUNDAY 1986 A brother remembered Mandy of is comforted by her during a memorial for soldiers killed a year ago in the crash of a chartered airliner in Their Michael Lee was one of the See Page Reuter Secord linked to Swiss bank accounts WASHINGTON UPI Two Mideast arms dealers say Oliver North and retired Air Force Richard Secord controlled the secret Swiss bank accounts where the proceeds from clandestine sales to Iran were Whether the money went from there to Contra rebels is still the subject of congressional and Justice Department investigations in the scandal that has shaken the White House and foreign There were these developments in the bizarre arrangement that in volvedthe sending of arms through Israel to the subse quent release of three American and the apparent diversion of arms profits to the rebels fighting the Nicaraguan government The New York Times has reported government officials said the CIA originally proposed keeping the Iran arms sale secret from Congress in the draft of what became a presidential order signed There were at least seven arms shipments to Iran from August 1985 to October 1986 with assorted Cana and Saudi Ara bian The last under direct authority of President were from transfer red by the Pentagon to the Senate Republican leader Robert Dole of in a letter to The Washington Post urged the two key men in the deposed National Security Council staff member North and former Na See Page 2 A childs dream Shopping spree becomes giving spree UPI vaganza Those who complain Christmas has turned too commercial and mater ialistic may want to meet 14yearold Richard Romines has had muscular dystro phy since he was 4 and gets around in a His mother said he may only live another But when the youngster was granted his dream of a he thought of others before His a shopping spree at a local was arranged by A Childs a program sponsored by active and retired telephone indus try said Gordon chairman of the program in Jackson We figured hed get primarily toys for said Jim man ager of the Pic N Save where Romines went on his shopping extra But he stayed in the toy depart ment only a few then he went into the clothing the mens department and then to After a we started wonder ing what he was but then it See Page 2 DAYS TIL CHRISTMAS Many feared dead in Soviet jetliner crash BERLIN AP A Soviet Aeroflot jetliner crashed while approaching East Berlins Schoenefeld airport and the staterun East German television said most of the 82 people aboard were No precise death toll was East German television said most of the passengers were East There were no Americans aboard the Soviet Tupolev134 a Embassy spokesman in East Berlin East German authorities released no information on the passengers The official said the crash apparently occurred between 7 and well after The area around Schoenefeld airport is mostly reducing the possibility of casualties on the A West German TV correspondent in East Berlin said on a lateevening newscast that there appar ently was heavy fog over Berlin at the time of the East German TV news said eight survivors were brought to East Berlins Koepenick Hospital and that two were in critical The television reports showed the jetliner in with firemen hosing down smoldering See Page 2
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