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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 20, 1983, Tokyo, Japan Britt 34 12 1 Al 20 22 q m Fiji Pacific stars and Raja Joseph Burlas 38th 50 u 175 4 he an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and authorized personnel with the Pacific command february 1983 report oestrogen female longevity linked Chicago a despite links Between oestrogen use and an increased risk of uterine women who take the female hormone As a medication appear to live longer than women who researchers the risk of uterine cancer is so Low that oestrogen use May save More lives by reducing risk of heart disease than it takes by increasing risk of uterine said Trudy coauthor of a new study on oestrogen oestrogen has Long been credited with helping women live longer than the produced mostly in the is often prescribed As medication for women who have lost their own ability to make oestrogen que to menopause or surgical removal of reproductive but medical studies have shown that taking oestrogen probably raises a woman risk of getting uterine countering that Are other studies showing a link Between oestrogen and reduced risk of heart the hormone is believed to raise blood Levels of a Type of cholesterol thought to protect against heart to study the effects of oestrogen use on All causes of investigators from five medical institutions examined records of women Ages 40 to 69 during a period from 1971 to the led by Bush and Linda Cowan of the Oklahoma research foundation in Oklahoma reported their findings in the journal of the american medical subjects included women whose reproductive organs were women who had undergone removal of the uterus and women who had undergone removal of the uterus and both in All oestrogen users had lower death rates than the for the researchers calculated the women death which was defined As the see Page 7 Pacific sunday question of the week should teens get minimum wage the cold War hype and Art join forces in the Snow turn to 13 Abc was asked to hold Libya Story compiled from up and times Washington the White House asked Abc news to delay for 24 hours its exclusive report that president Reagan moved the air Craft Carrier Nimitz to Mediterranean Waters off Libya and sent four Azacs radar surveillance planes to Egypt to discourage Libya from any new military network sources said the after consultations among its decided to air Pentagon reporter John Mcwethy report on its evening news wednes despite a full court press by the Reagan was asked about the report at his news conference later that Abc already had held off on the Story a Day at the request of Mcwethy network officials both lbs and Abc quickly matched the Abc Story and carried versions of it in their wednesday evening National Security adviser William after failing to reach Abc news president Roone talked with Abc Washington Bureau chief de Fouhy and asked that the Story be in an interview with the Washington the White House was unhappy with the Story and he asked us to delay not cancel delay Fouhy said the network double checked its sources and eventually decided to air the they the administration came in with a full court press to get Abc to Stop one network source they were extremely four airborne warning and control system planes were dispatched to Egypt and the nuclear powered aircraft Carrier Nimitz was moved from a position off Lebanon to make a pass near the Gulf of Sidra off Libya because libyan Leader foam mar khad Afy had massed troops near Libya Border with the Chad and the Nimitz left the area late in his Mcwethy Abc news has Learned that the United states has secretly deployed four Earl warning Azacs planes to Egypt on Short notice and has rushed the aircraft Carrier Nimitz and three escort ships from the coast of Lebanon to he intelligence sources say the sudden movement is a direct result of a military buildup by Libya in the Southeastern Corner of that country which sources fear is part of a plan to overthrow the pro american government of us one part of the As reported by intelligence was an air raid by libyan planes on the sudanese to take place about a week from when Libya began to move some of its so vie built aircraft into Southern Libya and to bases in parts of Chad under libyan egyptian and see Page 7 a Toyota venture might ignore Union hires times general motors and Toyota have apparently decided to bypass the United Auto workers Union in hiring workers at the Plant Here where the two companies will commence joint production of subcompact cars in late during a press conference following the formal signing of the agreement for the joint venture by Roger the chairman of and Eiji the chairman of both executives said the new company was not bound by Gas contract with the and that the several thousand workers Laid off from the Plant since last year will have to compete with other applicants for the jobs to be created by under the Law when a Plant is workers must be recalled on the basis of although the unnamed new company will be a 5050 investment by pm and a Toyota executive will be the president and Smith made it Clear that Toyota will set the tone of they Are closer to the manufacturing technologies we Are trying to implant he one of the objectives of the joint venture is to introduce the Toyota system in an americanized said speaking through an it is very important that such a system be introduced japanese manufacturers have been wary in the past of dealing with american Nissan motor which is building a truck Plant in has said it will resist organizing by the Honda motor which has begun producing cars in has said it will not resist the but organizers have said the company is working against their Toyoda said the new though it will not Honor Law will not discriminate against Laid off the people who will work in the new company will be partly Law and some will not a he before thursdays Union was taking a conciliatory approach toward the new in a letter to Douglas the president of the said we Are certain we can establish a constructive and harmonious and he we have a local work Force that is available to which is experienced and knowledgeable about the Auto comments by Laid off members of Law local 1364 indicated that any move to hire outside workers might provoke a confrontation at the which has had a history of labor some of the Guys were real mad when they heard the japanese would Start out fresh said Joe a Laid off forklift at the unions Headquarters across the Street from the sprawling the last Guys who got Laid off averaged 15 years Treyve got a lot of time in he the Plant was shut Down on March it had been producing Chevrolet and Oldsmobile versions of Gas a body one of its newest

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