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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 1, 1983, Tokyo, Japan 2 personalities witness Pacific stars and stripes february 1983 Wilson made profit Edwin Wilson compiled from wire services Houston former Cia agent Edwin Wilson made More than million in profits from his military arms transactions with libyan terrorists and told a retired army demolitions expert that if he talked to a Federal he would be witnesses have a career is on trial for allegedly shipping pounds of highly sensitive explosives to Jerome a munitions expert from testified that he entered into a Deal with Wilson to Supply libyan and army demolitions expert John Heath said Wilson told him that if i talked to prosecutor Larry he was dead and so was a 21year army said he asked Wilson for advice in a Telephone conversation earlier this month about returning to the United states from he told me he could not advise me because it would be obstruction of Heath sources have told the associated press that Wilson plotted from his prison cell to have two Federal including and five prosecution witnesses heaths reason for consulting Wilson was not brought out in made in excess of Brower testified that he made in excess of from a Deal with Wilson and said that Wilson confided to him six years ago that he had made Between and million on his transact ions with Wilson claims he was working on a to secret Mission for the Cia at the time of the munitions Federal authorities deny his attorney Dan Hedges said Wilson made the Deal to put Money in his own Brower said he arranged for the 1977 shipment after Wilson deposited in a Swiss Bank he said he had bought pounds of the plastic explosive c4 at Wilsons request and shipped 21 tons to Brower testified he was repaid All but about of the Cost of shipping the explosives to after fronting him the Money for the he also testified that a govern ment chemist successfully detonated about a month ago a Sample of c4 plastic explosive from the same Batch As was shipped to who worked for the government Between 1955 and was convicted in in november of smuggling arms to Libya and was sentenced to 15 years in prison and fined he faces a 17year sentence and Fine in this not All prof it an a indicted told Federal prosecutor Karen Morrissette that he purchased explosives from companies in Louisiana and he paid for pounds of the material and sold Wilson pounds for he said the difference Between what is paid and charged was not All profit because he had Many including for transporting the explosives from a Houston warehouse to Brower said he did not claim on his personal income tax any profits from the Deal until his release from he pleaded guilty to a munitions conspiracy charge and was sentenced to he served four the c4 material was hidden in five gallon Metal cans labelled As Oil drilling mud and sent first to Lisbon and then on to the jury of seven women and five men have been sequestered because of intense trial former weather Bureau chief dead at 87 compiled from wire services Washington Francis a former Navy commander who was head of the weather Bureau from 1938 to is dead of a heart attack at Reichelderfe came to his Job As the nations top weather watcher in 1938 after 20 years of service As a naval aviator and As head of the weather now the National weather he served under presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy before retiring in during his tenure he began Telephone fore crop Frost Marine forecasts and hourly aviation the Bureau grew from employees to in his time As a Man of mixed German and English Reichelderfe was born in the son of a he attended Northwestern University and was graduated in he next studied advanced meteorology at Harvard Blue Hill Observatory and was commissioned As a Navy officer in receiving his naval aviators wings the following his first posting was to from where he provided weather information for the first transatlantic flight by the naval Airship nc4 in eleven years he charted the weather for Charles Lindbergh dramatic crossing of the United winning High Praise from the flier for a Job Well from 1928 to Reichelderfe served on the Airship los he was executive officer at the naval air station in in acting As an observer on the German Airship in his years in the he also commanded its serological which he reorganized and built up to provide the Fleet with reliable weather who earned his doctorate in science from Northwestern in also studied in Berlin and he retired from the Navy in 1938 with the rank of commander and accepted president Roosevelt offer to take Over the weather people Kennedy pays Price Cap John Kennedy had his Massachusetts Drivers License sus Pended after he failed to appear at a hearing on a speeding authorities was arrested by Connecticut state police on 7 for allegedly driving 81 Mph in a 55 Mph zone on the Connecticut he failed to answer the summons in Norwalk Superior judge Philip Mancini ordered the License suspended and had the new York state department of motor vehicles notified because Kennedy car is registered Hagman wins spat los Angeles a actor Larry televisions Ruth less Ewing of has won permission from the coastal commission to remodel his Malibu House despite complaints from neighbor Burgess who played Sylvester Stallones Trainer in the Rocky series of boxing objected to haymans remodelling in the Star studded Malibu claiming he violated coastal act guidelines because the finished product would be higher and extend too far the staff reported that those we rent problems and that it the remodelling did in fact comply with the coastal act of said Kati spokeswoman for the coastal Meredith was the Only neighbor that objected to the Wynette recovers Ohio up Tammy the country music Singer who collapsed after a nightclub performance was released from the Hospital and was to appear in a concert the same the Singer passed out after her first show at the breakaway nightclub and was taken to the Hospital feeling a lot of Wynetter John said that she had been hospitalized a week earlier for an intestinal ailment and had been struck by the same illness four or five times in the last her George says she is now in excellent health and will resume scheduled appearances including a show at Sioux slated for the evening of the same Day she was released from the who was named female vocalist of the year in 1969 and 1970 by the country music plans to take several Days off to rest and recuperate after her current commitments Are Rich suffers attack Ann up jazz drummer buddy Rich has undergone emergency bypass sur Gery at the University of Mich Igan Hospital after an apparent heart head surgeon Marvin Kirsch said he was very pleased with the results of the surgery and said he expects to release Rich from the Hospital within seven doctors diagnosed a probable heart attack after Rich reported to the main emergency room suffering from severe Chest he also suffered a heart attack in who had been in Ann Arbor for one was to have played the Drums in an eclipse jazz concert near the University of Michigan promoters of the concert have brought in a replacement Pacific stars and stripes usps417900 Apo san francisco96503 published daily 25 cents per copy or per second class postage paid at san

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