Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Dec 2 1982, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - December 2, 1982, Tokyo, Japan Bufi 34 1 Al 22 b s 3 it s w i Pacific stars and Fly m for l in 37th 335 25e in 5 7 to 17 5hja Joseph e Burlas 175 an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and author Zed personnel Jthn the Pacific command december 1982 i squabbles Over discovery of America National drinking Law gains support Page 3 Page 4 Reagan on working9 latin America trip Page 5 tax Cut in january ruled out Washington a president facing stiff congressional opposition and fearful of losing next years tax Cut abandoned any intention tuesday of asking Congress to Advance the effective Date of the reduction from july to Reagan said were not going to make a push for moving up the scheduled tax he he will concentrate on resisting anticipated efforts to delay or even cancel the 10 percent tax rate we agreed that our most important objective for this final session is to protect the cuts that Are already in the president said shortly before departing for a five Day trip to latin asked if he thought his third year Cut can be Reagan replied i think it can be saved in sure of in addition to saving the tax the president said the Republican leadership agreed major gop priorities in the current Lam Duck Congress should be to Complete action on 10 outstanding appropriations passage of a bipartisan billion plan to finance Bridge and transit see Page 6 bomb explodes at 10 Downing Thatcher unhurt London up a letter bomb addressed to prime minister Marga ret Thatcher and signed by the animal rights militia exploded at her 10 Downing Street residence slightly injuring an four other letter bombs were intercepted and defused at the House of police Scotland Yard said the yellow 5by7inch incendiary letter bomb addressed to Thatcher contained a note from a group called the animal rights militia claiming Scotland Yard did not comment on the contents of the other four although police said the pro animal group was previously groups opposed to Fox the fur Trade and scientific vivisection have actively engaged in harassment campaigns in Thatcher was in her private office preparing for her twice weekly parliamentary questioning when the device exploded in another part of the an aide in the House of Thatcher warned members of parliament of their letter bombs anywhere Are most she we Are All vulnerable to Scotland Yard said it did not believe a claim called to a Belfast radio station that the letter bombs came from the Irish National liberation a marxist offshoot of the outlawed Irish Republican we Are keeping an open but the fact that we have had this letter from the animal rights militia must be kept in said a Scotland Yard we do not believe the Inlo he refusing to official sources said the letter bombs sent to parliament were addressed to opposition labor party Leader Michael Liberal party Leader David social demo cratic party Leader Roy Jenkins and conservative my Timothy a Home office the Downing Street letter bomb exploded after office workers identified a suspicious parcel and gave it to office manager Peter Taylor for Taylor was released from the Hospital after being treated for minor ref rescued at gunpoint pistol an Indian army commando rescues a bloodied referee from the playing Field of Nehru stadium in new infuriated North korean soccer players beat the Vijit of because of a Call which gave the Kuwait team a penalty at least 18 people were see Page 24 a la Idoff spies Are allowed pensions Washington a Twenty two Laid off spies members of a disbanded Navy intelligence unit which snooped on maritime operations around the world Are entitled to government pension an administrative Law judge has the Navy and the office of personnel management argued unsuccessfully that the former spies were hired As Independent con not eligible for Normal civil service but lawyer Bernard Fensterwald who represented 10 of the said the contracts they had signed were Mere cover documents designed to cloak their relationship with the Fensterwald clients were members of Navy task Force formed in 1968 and disbanded in Little about the groups activities is but the Wall Street in a Story earlier this said task Force 157 was engaged in shadowing soviet and other ships and lurked around critical Marine such As the Strait of Gibraltar and the Panama canal in electronically equipped ships disguised As pleasure see Page 6

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