Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 3 1983, Page 14

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 3, 1983, Tokyo, Japan 14 Pacific stars and stripes dc8 crashes in Tokyo Bay cars Are piled up and debris lines the streets in the aftermath of Hurricane which ripped through the hawaiian Island of Kauai with winds of up to 110 in the background is the Sheraton Poilu up from Page 13 saying he suffered from schizophrenia a not of sound Rind at the time of the crash in november a transport ministry panel a report on the charging Janan Aii ii to o Udo Jill with Slipshod medical supervision of Katai Kyodo news services claimed that the wife had reported his abnormal behaviour but that airline officials later having received any such Tough drug Laws doers serving with forces in Republic of the Philippines were Given More things to worry about when the Gover tightened up its drug Laws in in the gis nabbed doing drugs Philippines were routinely put on probate local courts and turned Over to m the passing of the new meant that drug offenders ran to of getting from six years to life in Phi prisons possibly the death As part of its crackdown on drug philippine government also decided to end Law already on the books concerning the of material that could be considered i Cou raging or Glamor izing the trafficking use of prohibited two Petty officer 3rd class k Boyd and Seaman apprentice ran became the first members slated to be tried under the Nei after having been arrested i and Possession of five marijuana cigarette three fourths of an ounce of marijuana leave Justice minister Ricardo Puno reject Tomas Tommy Mantoc was kidnapped by communist guerrillas reportedly married Imee daughter of the president of the Philip marriage that was denied by the philippine one of the passengers of the Japan air lines dc8 which crashed in Tokyo Bay in is carried out of a Rescue boat at the Edge of the Haneda Airport the plane was carrying 166 passengers and an eight Man Twenty four were killed and More than 80 were seriously up president Reagan and philippine president Ferdinand along with first ladies Nancy Reagan and Imelda walk into the White House after s South Marcos second time in 16 year

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