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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 9, 1986, Darmstadt, HesseInside stripes n Senate plan to reduce iras criticized Page 5 g education Best Protection against Crooks daily Magazine d Bucks drop 76ers rangers Blank canadi8ns.,sports, Page 21 authorized unofficial publication for the . Armed force1 vol.45, no.22 Friday May 9, 1986 d 8693 a Washington a the Senate gave overwhelm ing approval wednesday o the most far reaching reorganization of the forces in 30 years in an Effort to ease rivalry and 10 encourage Cooper Nito Nin joint military Bill which was resisted by Many Pentagon officials was approved 95-0. The measure Siren Ihns inc Autlin Rity of tic chairman or the joint chiefs of stuff and the Heads of joint com while reducing hat of the individual uniformed service chiefs and nuking hundreds of changes in military procedures. It is inc Pra Duci of More thin four years of hearings and. Study by inc Senate armed services committee its chair Man. Sen. Barry Goldwater r-ariz., and its ranking Democrat tinn a a. Gohl Waler contended Lylial cooperation among the army Navy air Force and Marine corps is so poor that the Success of future military operations is endangered. He made passage of inc measure the Centrepiece of the final see Dod on Page 28 commemorating end of Wii rated president Francois Mitterrand Rigel ind Premier Jacques Chirac walk Iloni the chumps Ely Sci in Paris thursday toward the unknown Soldier s Tomb. Wlllie american hostility running High aver France s opposition to the Mili tary strike against buys French leaders bowed Low under the arc Detriomphe to Nurmi he 41st nah Cowry of the liberation of their country. Fresh mean banned from seven countries Brussels Belgium up trip european Community s executive commission thursday banned All fresh meal imports from six Enst bloc countries and Yugoslavia in protect Consumers against possible radioactivity contamination a spokesman said thursday. The commission has decided la impose a ban without delay for veterinary reasons. It has full competence for such measures he said. Meanwhile member countries were mov ing into a fourth Day of talks trying to finalize a comprehensive ban of farm imports from an East bloc area ranging 620 Miles around the chernobyl nuclear disaster area in i he soviet Ukraine Community ministers began discussions on tuesday and permanent representatives continued talks throughout wednesday. Contacts went on thursday and experts were scheduled to meet Friday. If by 1 . Friday All members have not Given their written agreement the ques Tion will be taken up by ministers again Starling monday an official said. The Community ban is in include milk see meat on Page 28 fire still soldering at chernobyl Plant Moscow a a soviet newspaper acknowledged thursday that a fire still was soldering i the chernobyl nuclear Plant 12 Days after an explosion triggered a devastating Accident. The official yugoslav news Agency said a third person died thurs Day morning As a result of the disaster. In an editorial thursday the government newspaper Izvestia lauded the bravery of those who in conditions of risk Are eliminating the consequences of the Accident who Are extinguishing the still soldering embers of this until the in Vestin report soviet officials had not said whether the Plant was still burning. Authorities have said a chemical explosion was probably responsible for the april 26 fire and resulting reactor Core meltdown at the Plant so Miles North of Kiev. A senior Western diploma in Moscow said thursday the town of chernobyl apparently was not evacuated until at least seven Days after the explosion. The town which is about 12 Miles from the Power Plant has an estimated 30,000 residents. I Don t think evacuation was ordered see fire on Page 28 army s Fop doctor working to assure round fhe cock health care Tor families by Judy Sarasohn medical writer Heidelberg the army surgeon general thursday said he is working la eliminate the expense military families in Europe Bear if they need emergency health care after army clinics close for the night and they go to civilian Honji Euils. Some clinics arc closed after Normal duty hours and others May follow suit because medical officials believe they Are not adequately starred after Normal working hours to ensure Quality care. It. Gen. Quinn Becker the army sur Geon general said while people generally have accepted the need for the nighttime closings there is still some resistance by family members Are required to share he Cost of treatment in a local Hospital with the civilian health and medical program of he uniformed services or champs. Their care in a i Tilney clinic is free. If we can overcome that problem that is the Cost sharing then i think we can solve our problem with staffing these Little. Clinics Becker said. We re going to work on that with the champs people to overcome that prob Lem he said. I want to gel with them when i gel Back to Washington he has been visiting military leaders and medical facilities in Germany for the past 12 Days. Becker when he was commander of 7th medical come initiated a study last year that led to recommendations for closing some clinics at night. He was concerned that soldiers and their families were passing by Good civilian hospitals at night far . Clinics staffed by medics. An example of Good civilian hospitals he said is the Klikum Sec Glitz in Berlin which he visited wednesday. The Hospital is treating stuff sol James e coins who was critically injured in the april 5 bomb ing of a discotheque. It s As Good a Hospital As any i be Ever seen in the world. Unbelievable care that Man s got Becker said. Dunne the interview. Becker said the army will not get rid of paediatricians and obstetricians in its Effort to increase the number of surgeons available fur wartime Tlusty. In the army we have a wartime require ment for every one of our paediatricians and of Man the likelihood of hat kind of service being Cut is very very poor he said. While More doctors in the surgical Spe see doctor on Page 28 Sis Pluto him ctr a i. Gen. Quinn Becker

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