Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 27 1983, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 27, 1983, Tokyo, Japan Bufi 1 22 a 12 us s Fly m Pacific stars and 7 38th 57 an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government Gencks and authorized personnel within the Pacific command february 1983 Korea of defector flies Mig to Rok Seoul up a 28yearold North korean air Force officer defected to South Korea Friday by flying a chinese built mig19 fighter across the yellow sea along South Korea Western defense ministry officials defense ministry spokesman Park Dongshik said Junior Lee ung Pyong was intercepted by South korean air Force jets As he was heading he landed at an undisclosed base at after overflying the a single seat supersonic flew out of a North korean port and air base about 80 Miles Northwest of Park it was the second mig19 to land in South Korea in four on 16 of last a chinese air Force we flew across the yellow sea and touched Down at song Nam about 15 Miles South of he was Given citizenship in Taiwan after receiving a million Reward for the heroic on minutes after the sounds of Jet engines were heard roaring above an air raid warning Siren blared briefly through the Park said the Siren was blown to prepare Seoul residents against any possible before fridays there were five other defection cases involving North korean on North korean army Park flew a mig15 to South on a North korean second lieutenant brought a mig15 to South two North korean soldiers flew a yak18 training plane to the South on june on april a North korean see Page 7 Tennessee Williams is found dead in hotel compiled from wire services new York Tennessee Wil the leading playwright of his was found dead of natural causes Friday at a Manhattan police said whose work focused on human conflicts in his beloved had been in failing health who won pulitzer prizes for cat on a hot tin roof and a Streetcar named checked into the Elysee a week said by manager at the hotel just off fifth Williams Home was key Glass it took Many years for Williams to win acclaim As a after a series of heartbreaking setbacks he found Fame and Fortune on in addition to his two pulitzer he won four drama critics Circle awards and a Kennedy Center his real Success began when the Glass menagerie opened to critical acclaim in Chicago on Christmas eve of see Page 7 China North Korea Haejun sea of Japan demilitarized North korean Pilot defects o Seoul South Korea 4 arrested for Selling 24 tons of stolen ammo Tennessee Williams Las up four suspects Are being held in the largest munitions theft in history Worth of shells and other devices stolen from Nellis a Federal undercover posing As a bought 24 tons of munitions from a califor Nia crime a Federal prosecutor attorney Lamond Mills said two More suspects Are being what we have Are merchants of death peddling their said they were Selling to the highest investigators declined to say when or How the mostly 90mm Cannon were stolen from the military 15 Miles from Las is one of the largest in the a base spokesman said the munitions were stolen from a restricted area Northwest of in Dian Springs auxiliary about 50 Miles from the base the stolen 90mm Cannon shells had been used in a recent exercise on the 3millionacre Nellis a dozen police and California and Nevada agents of the Bureau of tobacco and firearms closed in on the suspects 200 Yards from the Las vegas strip the designated Point of they showed us the Merchan we showed them the Mon said agents said the suspects rented two three Axle trucks to deliver the stolen including 762 Cannon shells used in m48 Mike an agent for the Bureau of tobacco and said one of the men was armed but the arrests were made without for two months a Southern California undercover Mario posed As a Detroit organized crime figure who wanted to buy purportedly for insurgents in owners of a Las vegas strip Casino helped set up the ruse that Fontana was an organized crime see Page 7

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