Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 14 1983, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 14, 1983, Tokyo, Japan 08 12 1 Al 2o 22 b to Pacific stars and fit do in m l h 175 Foj Fla Joseph e Burlas 38th 44 25c an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and Autho zeo personnel within the Pacific command february 1983 Palau islanders vote Down Calls Sadat Hal brother Eubie Blake by nuclear powered ships gets year in prison dead at 100 Page 3 Page 3 Page 4 storm big Apple buried under record fall new York up a dramatic blizzard laced with Thunder and lightning buried the big Apple in up thirty three dead or missing in ship sinking off Stormy Page 4 stuck in Lin Coln Page 5 storm Page to 2 feet of Snow piling up 9foot paralysing traffic and stranding More than people at major one of the worst snowstorms Ever to hit the City trapped hundreds of motorists in Axl deep crippled emergency medical ser vices and knocked out some subway and commuter train More than travellers were stranded at Laguardia and Newark which were not expected to be opened until hotels around the airports were full and turning away trav hundreds of motorists were res cued from suburban highways and taken to temporary shelters in Public see new Page 7 Waist High drifts tie up area associated press Washington the capital was virtually shut Down saturday by a snowstorm that whipped up Waist High sending govern ment workers Home Early on most people stayed Home including president who t scrubbed his usual weekend trip to the presidential weekend Retreat at travel by skis was about All a person could manage As the nations Camp David 70 Miles capital was hit by a ferocious the City was virtually shut Down As sixteen inches had fallen by snowfall was measured at 16 a Nightfall thousands of travellers were Stran ded when All three airports serving the capital were the National serves an average to people the National weather service declared the storm Washington worst in Many outbound traffic to the Virginia and Maryland suburbs came to a standstill Friday afternoon along several major some blocked by aban see Page 7 India Bandit Queen and her gang surrender by Gene Kramer associated press new Delhi Bandit Queen Hoolan Devi formally surrendered saturday along with members of her gang and other bandits in an elaborately staged ceremony in a Frontier town in Central Adhya Pravesh the pistol packing Devi Laid Down her arms before state minister Arjun Singh on a specially constructed platform on the College Campus at 180 Miles Southeast of new Devis surrender came two Days before the second anniversary of the Valentines Day massacre at where Devis gang lined up 20 bandits take Mil lion in gems in Page villagers and shot she ordered the mass killing because she believed the Village had harboured two men who had raped her and killed her the incident made her notorious in India and put a Price of rupees on her newspapers have since romanticized her often brutal activities in the states of Adhya Pravesh and utter and a Bombay movie studio has begun a film about her As her Fame so did pressure on police to catch operation Hoolan Devi was with authorities in the two states com Peting for her numerous encounters with police reduced Devis gang to about a Quarter of the 26 men who invaded Behai Village so she sent out feelers to the state governments of Adhya Pravesh and utter Pravesh about a Adhya Pravesh reportedly offered the softer an unruly crowd of watched the surrender some shouted sarcastic comments about the staged which attracted hundreds of the Bandit dressed in a police was first to mount the see Bandit Page 7

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