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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 21, 1983, Tokyo, Japan 10 Pacific stars and stripes regional Roundup to Stop the flow As of county officials tripped Over the historical conflict when a sheriffs officer reported that old timers in the township wanted to know How a liquor License could be granted for a dry 6th policeman slain on duty Chicago a a plainclothes police officer who went to the scene of a narcotic related Holdup was shot fatally the sixth slaying of a City policeman on duty in less than a a second plainclothes an was wounded in the Arm in the encounter with two men in a building where narcotics activities were going police superintendent Richard Brzeczek the suspects were arrested moments later and three other people were taken in for Brzeczek Brzeczek said it appeared the gunmen were there to stick up a dope a location where there were narcotics activities going tactical officer Larry died in the emergency room of Billings Hospital from a Bullet wound in the patrolman Clarence was trans ported to provident Hospital with a single gunshot wound in his right and was in fair condition the Midwest Indiana Indianapolis rebuffed Indianapolis a a West German City spurned the invitation when Indianapolis proposed that the two be sister but no said Stuttgart mayor Manfred Rommel to Indianapolis mayor William Stuttgart already has seven and that enough said son of the legendary world War ii Field Hudnut told the Cit county Council that Rommel wrote saying that if Stuttgart had More Sisters in Trade and cultural it would be hard to do Justice to any of the the Council rebounded from rejection when Deputy mayor John Krauss announced that wanted Indianapolis As a the Council then passed a Resolution establishing Illinois desegregation lawsuit goes on Chicago a the National association for the advancement of coloured people has decided to pursue its school desegregation lawsuit against the Chicago Board of the City and the the groups attorney the a act also is considering expanding the list of defendants to include the Federal according to attorney Aldus who says the Federal government has assisted in maintaining segregation in Chicago by funding Mobile classrooms and other highly ser negative a Federal judge ruled earlier this month that Chicago voluntary desegregation plan was the plan was drawn up under a 1980 consent decree Between the school Board and the Justice which had filed a suit to Force dry town gets liquor License a members of the liquor commission gave the of when Brian Thompson sought a Beer License for his no one told them Seward township had voted itself dry in we just Plain blew former county Board chairman Larry Worden it is a total goof on our Thompson has since been in a letter from assistant states attorney Robert Gemig Michigan cocaine in the cavities up while the Constitution protects the right to remain it apparently does not always protect the right to keep your Mouth Charles Holloway found that out when the Michigan supreme court upheld a warrant less search of his Mouth that produced heroin and it also affirmed his conviction on drug Possession charges in Calhoun county circuit Holloway was being arrested on a traffic warrant when officers noted the normally talkative suspect was strangely silent and seemed to be chewing police forced him to divulge the contents of his Mouth and the arrest was we find that the police conduct practice Here to retrieve evidence from the defendants Mouth did not constitute conduct shocking to the the justices adding Holloway was destroying crucial drug trafficking Pacific states California amputee skiing again Mammoth a Anna Conrad no longer ranks herself As an expert but says Shes making rapid Progress on the slopes after the amputation of a leg because of an Avalanche last has worked up from beginner to intermediate slopes at the Mammoth Mountain ski she said it was the third time she had been skiing since the March Avalanche at the january 1988 Alpine Meadow ski resort near Lake where she worked As a lift Conrad was buried under Snow for five Days before being rescued and lost part of one foot and one leg below the knee due to the first time she skied this she i was worse than a beginning but since Ive progressed very when i worked at Alpine last i worked at a beginner lift where a lot of amputees so i was very familiar with the fact that amputees she but she it was real hard the first few it was hard starting the turn because of the to Conrad said she was using a special sports leg which allowed her to lean Forward in a skiers she said her other ankle Felt weak because the Muscles had she said she still has physical therapy three times a week at the University of California where she is working toward a masters degree in life million in cocaine seized san Francisco up Federal agents seized More than 400 pounds of cocaine Worth up to million and arrested 12 men in a waterfront it was the largest drug seizure event on the West a customs official agents saw swimmers with pouches of the drug come ashore 100 Yards North of a colombian freighter at pier 96 under cover of darkness and the thickest fog of the said customs spokesman Robert agents moved in after seeing the swimmers head toward a group of men on the swampy shores of the he one crewman fired a burst at the agents with an israeli made Uzi sub machine gun but was subdued without return said drug agents had stalked the colombian freighter Ciudad de Cucuta As it entered the Golden Gate and had boarded it with drug sniffing but no drugs were about 40 agents from the customs drug enforcement immigration and naturalization Fri and coast guard were involved in the satellite insurance sold san a a Southern California newspaper has taken out a insurance policy to protect its subscribers just in Case a soviet satellite lands in their the policy insures san Bernardino Sun subscribers anywhere in the world against injury or property damage in Case Cosmos 1402 comes to Earth on their soviet officials have said their Uncle a powered satellite has run out of Power and is expected to reenter the earths the suns insurance was purchased for from fireman fund the newspaper also offered to the Reader who guesses closest to the crash yacht Outing los Angeles a a Cable television lobbyist is planning one of the most costly fundraisers in City history for councilman Art head of the committee that will recommend which firm gets a lucrative Cable the lincolns birthday Din Ner at sea aboard an Cruiser is being arranged by Joaquin Acosta who represents group w group w and two other firms Are competing for a Cable to franchise in the East san Fernando Valley estimated to be Worth up to asked about the propriety of the Snyder that what he Acosta does for a he gives Oregon firemen Best Friend ousted a a meandering Mascot is out of the Doghouse but Only because Hes being evicted from the a popular 4yearold was spotted once too often in Linda morgans Yard and Garden during the three years he lived next door at the

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