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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 17, 1983, Tokyo, Japan Ofisa 12 1 Al 22 a is i Fiji l n in 2 s u 175 m he Pacific stars and via Joseph e Burlas 38th 47 0 an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department 5 of other government agencies and authorized personnel within the Pacific command february 1983 pm to save billion in Deal with Toyota daughter of Mia arrested in Thailand did she help bo9 Gritz with Laos raid pages Page 5 lebanese troops in Beirut Lebanon a the lebanese army took Over East Beirut tuesday without opposition from the Christian militiamen who had controlled it for eight the takeover was considered a major test of the governments ability to reunify the Large chunks of which Are still controlled by foreign in israeli officials reported that Lebanon and Israel have agreed to reintegrate the breakaway Christian militia of Saad Haddad into the lebanese Lebanon had taken the stand that Haddad was a rebel who should be in another move aimed at solidifying the army control Over the the Cabinet monday night issued a decree empowering the army to search houses and confiscate maintain surveillance of ports and exercise control on entry and exit of ban disorderly or paramilitary apprehend Security violators and combat reliable sources said the phalanges militia moved its heavy including armoured personnel carriers and Field out of Beirut to Mountain strongholds in the Christian heartland to the about lebanese troops with several tanks and armoured personnel carriers moved into residential neighbourhoods of the Christian sector of the capital shortly after Midnight radio stations said 200 italian and British troops in the multinational peace keeping Force would move into East Beirut thursday to support the spokesmen for the foreign Force declined comment on the you Are going to reunify Beirut in every sense of the president Amin Gemayel said in a 30minute address to his troops before they moved into East this is the first step toward the reunification of the whole of the world is looking at us to see the value of the lebanese state and whether it is capable of rising so preserve this make All citizens feel you Are their the army of assure them you Are with no one faction against see Page 4 lebanese soldiers raise their Flag Over East a California will Issue Lous to its taxpayers compiled from wire services Calif Ornia will begin paying income tax refunds and its Bills with Lous next week because the legislature and the governor missed the last possible deadline to thwart a billion the state treasurer and controller said we will be on that where we said controller Ken i see no other recourse than the state will be on registered warrants for at least one Day and for As Long As the governor and legislature delay a treasurer Jesse Unruh the state will be broke a week from Unruh nobody is willing to lend the state any More Money until a firm financial plan is in see Page 5 Yokota drug ring probe involves 22 youngsters by Dan Coberly staff writer Yokota Japan Security police investigators have implicated 22 military and Federal civilian dependents in a teenage drug ring involving More than in other narcotics and related Para base officials the ring has been under quiet investigation since january at Yokota High base officials said seven suspected drug dealers and one supplier have been the drugs include hashish and the officials the suspected supplier is the Only one of the eight dependents linked to the base officials the Street value of the found in the Possession of the was estimated at the Street value of the other drugs was about and about in paraphernalia was also Bron is a see Page 5

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