Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Dec 13 1982, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Tokyo, Japan 88 54 1 Al 20 22 b k to i Fly in l 5 175 Pacific stars and Jura Joseph Burlas year in o c of an authorized unofficial publication for the personal w int Man raw her am her qft9 iof 0f other government agencies and auth owned personnel or Row the Pacific command i a to ministers order new missiles deployed famed doctor slams Viets Speed up use of artificial heart amerasian exit Page 3 Page 4 Page 6 go drunk driving crackdown by Rudi Williams european stars stripes Washington calling drunk driving the leading cause of death in the defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger has issued a get Tough memorandum instructing the secretaries of the Navy and air Force to revoke on Post driving privileges for a minimum of one year for anyone convicted of drunk driving on or off the License revocation also applies to any department of defense military or who refuse to take a blood alcohol or breath a Pentagon spokesman before the Weinberger the penalty for refusing the tests was a six month License Weinberger Only installation commanders May Grant exception to the policy of automatic License revocation for Drunken driving con an army spokesman said that under the new commanders will have the option of allowing those convicted to drive Only to shopping and for emerged Weinberger told the service secretaries to get the word on the Street because drunk driving will not be the policy is not just something for the Christmas the see Page 7 Walesa says hell cooperate if Poland a Lech Walesa saturday said he will work with the government to solve Poland problems but Only if the communist martial Law regime returns to the accords that established Grants am Nesty to former Union activists and gives them Back their Walesa position was outlined to Poland martial Law Wojciech in a letter which said none of us has to ask for agreement on our Walesa gave a copy of the letter to which in turn distributed it to Western correspondents in Walesa decision to release the letter came after Warsaw believed to be government leaked portions of it to selected Western who pledged to maintain Public silence for a month after he was released from internment said he sent the official Pap news Agency a statement asserting that versions of his letter circulated previously were All according to see Page 7 tracks Over troubled water the tracks of the san Diego and Arizona Eastern embankment beneath the tracks and flowed into Railroad lie suspended above the Wash that flooded the City of the water eroded the reached Depths of 4 vote nations can bar foreign telecasts compiled from wire services new York the general Assembly endorsed a curb on the free flow of information Friday and in that All nations had the right to veto any incoming television broadcasts by satellite from emphasizing that it Felt it was important that an International agreement on the subject should be the Assembly adopted a Resolution providing a set of principles for such an the vote was 108 to with 13 the United states opposed the like All other general Assembly is a recommendation that is not the principles it Are widely expected Here to serve As a basis for negotiations of an International at Issue is a new technique that relays satellite telecasts directly to residences without going through a ground receiving communications Industry experts estimate that within 10 years the special receiving equipment that is needed about 200 residents were evacuated before the water will be inexpensive enough for such up see Page 7

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