Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 4 1983, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 4, 1983, Tokyo, Japan I a 22 a a it 12 Al 20 a 3 m s 111 175 b Jim l Pacific stars and 5tf a put m 7 23 i 7 38th 34 an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and authorized personnel within the Pacific command february 1983 Marine draws gun to Stop israeli tanks in Lebanon Page 3 Cranston becomes first to announce for presidency Page 4 pay freeze will be made up compiled from wire services Washington defense Secre tary Caspar Weinberger said wednesday that nobody is More concerned than president Reagan about a 1984 freeze on military and promised the gis that the administration will make up for it in Weinberger statement was a reversal of statements by other Pentagon officials this week that the department of defense would not seek to make up a fiscal 1984 pay freeze in making his second appearance this week on Capitol Hill to defend a record Pentagon said the pay freeze is necessary because of the nations troubled the 1985 make up for the pay Cap this year fiscal we Are obviously concerned and unhappy about this pay Cap and nobody is More concerned than the president of the United the Secretary told the House armed services i without any in Weinberger appearance on the House Side went More smoothly than his appearance tuesday before the Senate arms services several of whose members promised to push for substantial cuts in see Page 6 storm roars out of new Mexico Over Iowa compiled from wire services Snow and wind reaching near blizzard conditions spread up to two feet of Snow from new Mexico to Iowa tuesday and Clos ing schools by the halting traffic with 8foot drifts and pre venting Farmers from carrying feed to thousands of a string of tornadoes wracked taking one Jim Averill of Hawthorne was killed when his Home collapsed on top of the severe storms forecast Cen Ter in Kansas said the storm galloping Northeast out of new Mexico was a near fifty Mph winds whipped up huge drifts that closed roads and hundreds of schools in Eastern new the Texas okla Missouri and Nebras the storm dumped seven inches of Snow on Iowa before moving into Wisconsin and Navaho leaders in Arizona and new Mexico used National guard trucks and a Snow cat tractor to haul Medicine and livestock feed to hundreds of people stranded in isolated Rural Homes by an 18inch quagmire of mud and the big problem Here is that this soil has no Bottom to it when it gets said Navaho fire chief Mel Kansas reeled under 14 inches of Snow whipped into 8foot drifts by 30 Mph Snow and ice downed Power the legislature went Home most schools closed and the National guard opened its Russell armory to care for stranded in up to eight inches of see Page 6 Uno accuses Korea of airspace provocation compiled from and wire services the United nations command has charged North Korea with violating the korean armistice by flying a soviet built bomber into South korean airspace As a Shultz and chinese hold Frank Dis Secretary of state George who is visiting also used the Label provocation to describe a military Alert that North Korea called in response to the korean team spirit 83 China and the soviet Union joined North Korea in denouncing team in accusing North Korea of purposely violating South korean the United nations com Mand disputed North Korea con Tention that the i12b bomber was in communist airspace near the West Ern Border of the two Korea when South korean batteries fired on it see Page 6 run for life a Chicago fireman races for an ambulance with a child rescued from an apartment fire that killed three children and injured eighteen children were among those living in the apartment which had been scheduled for up

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