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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 5, 1983, Tokyo, Japan 86 it 12 n 22 b a 2 5 fun m l Pacific stars and firt to 3j 175 38th 4 an authorized unofficial pub cation for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and authorized personnel within the Pacific command january 1983 new Law eases overseas birth registration by Helen Webb Japan Bureau chief Tokyo a new Law that took effect 1 makes it easier for american parents to prove the citizenship of their children born outside the United benefiting uncounted depart ment of defense according to government the Public Law says that either an fully valid passport or a report of birth abroad of a citizen of the United states is conclusive proof of citizen the a provision in the state department authorization act for fiscal year affects children born in either civilian or military hospitals officials in recent Many service families were advised to obtain certificates of citizenship issued by the immigration and naturalization service in addition to the state department documents issued by consulates or to avoid future question ing of the citizenship of children born in the while passports were considered to be evidence of there was no requirement that they be accepted As proof of under the passports and consular reports of birth must now be accorded the same Legal status As certificates of naturalization or an embassy official if a family properly documents an overseas birth at the nearest consulate or embassy under the new there will be no need to obtain an ins certificate upon returning to the United consular officials emphasize the importance of reporting the birth of a child As soon As preferably within the first 30 Reagan weighing cuts in Domestic budget by Washington a president Reagan has tentatively approved about billion in nonmilitary budget savings for fiscal 1984 to hold the expected deficit below administration officials said the disclosure came As the president began a week of meetings with aides and members of Congress to search for ways to Stem a record flow of budget red Ink without sacrificing his goals of building up the nations defences and cutting the president has until 31 to submit his proposals to the new which May prefer defense cuts and tax increases to another round of Domestic Congress approved Domestic cuts in 1981 and but not to the extent Reagan even if the president were to get All the spending cuts he will seek for the deficit still is Likely to exceed billion unless accompanied by higher taxes or defense savings or a combination of the administration officials one budget who asked that his name not be said the tentative Domestic budget savings the administration now Hopes to seek from Congress Are higher than contemplated in when Reagan approved a plan by budget director David Stockman to trim spending billion in fiscal which begins this officials disclosed a new savings estimate of just Over billion in response to weekend reports that Reagan had rescinded most of the budget cuts he had authorized in White House spokesman Larry Speakes said the report was or the budget official who asked not to be identified would not go into detail about the proposed but said they touch on a Broad array see Page 6 Kilauea Volcano spews 3mile Wall of lava Hawaii up Kilauea Volcano erupted in a three Mil wide curtain of spurting molten Rock 160 feet into the air Early monday on the Island of Volcano observers said the eruption was much More violent than the last time Kilauea Reggie acting scientist Murp for Annio in charge at the said More tomorrows Tor Annie the fireworks could last from three Martin creator of the musical gives a hug to the Days to a couple of this is Alyson As the show closes after the seventh definitely a major longest run for a Broadway a the closest major is about 20 Miles Northeast of the Volcano and not endangered by the but a volcanic Haze prompted health officials to warn people with respiratory problems to exercise the eruption had been forecast because of Active underground magma movement during the preceding it began at in an isolated area on the Eastern flank of about 10 Miles from the hawaiian Volcano by a lava flow was moving toward the East end of the see Page 6

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