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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - December 20, 1982, Tokyo, Japan 86 12 1 Al 22 a t Fly m l 175 Pacific stars and of Cofia Joseph e Burlas 7th y Par in an authorized unofficial pub cation for the personnel of the department of other us government agencies and authorized us personnel within the Pacific command Ori i december 1982 broke funding faces Reagan veto compiled from wire services Washington president Rea Gan vowed saturday to veto the crucial funding Bill before Congress rather than enact expensive Public works jobs programs included in the i have to wait to see what comes Down to me and is in front of me before i actually say veto or the other Reagan but i have to Tell you this i cannot sign that Bill if it contains these various amounts that have been suggested for jobs both the Senate and House have passed legislation to create jobs As part of their work on a million continuing Resolution to keep the government the Effort to pass the Resolution kept lawmakers in session Over the nonessential services threatened a veto of the continuing Resolution would Force the government to close its nonessential since technically it went broke at Midnight Friday in the absence of essential services were being maintained despite the fact that the Resolution Hast been the office of management and budget said it would wait until monday to decide whether to begin furlough ing hundreds of thousands of nonessential Federal As it did one Day in november when president Reagan vetoed a similar continuing Resolution he called a budget face furloughs an estimated government workers face possible White House spokesman Larry Speakes said the first nonessential Federal employees probably would not be sent Home until tuesday at the Senate appropriations committee chairman Mark said Congress will have to stay in session tuesday and perhaps wednesday to enact another funding measure if Reagan vetoes the the emergency spending Bill is necessary because Only five of the 13 regular annual appropriations Bills needed to keep the government in business have been of those Only three have been signed by some agencies unaffected the Federal government will have gift in it to shut Down agencies that run on Money from Congress if new spend Don Crandall of the modified motorcycle association roars up to the los ing Bills Are not agencies Angeles memorial coliseum with a stuffed Bear behind him As part of the of groups annual Christmas toy the three truckloads of gifts collected for such As the Post office which see Page 7 underprivileged children will be distributed by the salvation a commissaries gunning for shoplifters Washington army commissaries have beefed up surveillance during the holidays in a crackdown on a troop support Agency spokesman and army and air Force Exchange service officials have warned that there going to be Tough on anyone caught commissary officials said More management personnel will be vis Ible on the sales floor in an Effort to discourage or apprehend shoplifters and to reduce the Opportunity for anyone observed shoplifting will be turned Over to the military a conviction could Lead to a criminal record or possible permanent loss of commissary officials women shoppers Are advised not to leave their purses in unattended shopping carts and to safeguard their purses when they drive up to the loading zone to pick up their cafes officials emphasized that shoplifters automatically lose their Exchange shopping privileges for a minimum of six plus there subject to civil or military disciplinary shoplifters Cost everyone Mon said Richard see Page 7 terrorists urn at Arlington upsets army Washington up the cremated remains of the unarmed terrorist who Laid siege to the Washington Monument with a threat to use dynamite have been interred at Arlington National cemetery Over the strenuous objections of the the washing ton Post has Norman an antinuclear protester killed by police gunfire 8 after he threatened to explode pounds of dynamite at the base of the was interred at the request of his the Post As a partially disabled world War ii Navy Mayer qualified to have his ashes interred in the vault at he was interred without service or attendance despite the formal objection of army Secretary John in a said a burial place at the cemetery is not Only a privilege but an Honor and the army further feels that those who participate in acts inconsistent with such Honor should not be accorded the Mayer was shot by Park police after a 10hour siege during which he made bogus claims of having dynamite and an he was hit four times and died from a Bullet see Page 7

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