Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 22 1983, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 22, 1983, Tokyo, Japan 86 10 34 11 x Flat 20 22 b a Fri 3 it r s fit j a Pacific stars and a l the u 175 m m m 38th 21 an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and authorized personnel within the Pacific command january 1983 saved record million getting jobless pay Page 3 exd Olphin Morris gets 20 years in jail Page 28 soviets say presence makes Japan War target compiled front wire services Moscow the soviet Union thursday warned japanese prime minister Yasuhiro Nakasone that by allowing american fighter bombers and other new armaments on japanese he is inviting a nuclear attack worse than the 1945 atomic attack on the military program of the present japanese Cabinet As signs to Japan a greater military role in the far East and a larger place in aggressive the official Tass news Agency the news quoting from an interview Nakasone granted the Tass correspondent in said Nakasone believes the japanese archipelago must be like an unsinkable aircraft Carrier aimed against the soviet spelling out the consequences for the soviet news Agency asked is it not that in the present nuclear there can be no unsinkable aircraft Carrier soviets ready to talk on european missile deployment see Page by deploying inboard the Carrier arsenals of including american the authors of such plans make Japan a Likely target for a response Tass and for such a densely insular country As this could spell a National disaster see Page 6 gang holds 74yearold 2 months in her Home a a 74yearold woman held virtual Pris Oner in her own Home for two months by a gang of 20 people who drained her Bank account you dont know who to Trust police say about 20 juveniles and adults had the run of the one Story Frame House where Evelyn rust Wells lived alone until about two weeks when officials got reports that something was detective Dianne Portwood said Tony Clark is lowered to safety by a new York the reign of terror apparently began City firefighter during an apartment building police and firefighters when Wells invited people into her were forced to Brave 20foot flames to Rescue Tony and another youngster House to ease her loneliness and they from the six Story Bronx up began taking advantage of they would go there she they would refuse to leave when she asked the unwanted visitors began using the House on a residential Street As a gathering they bought Beer and food at local stores and persuaded her to write checks to pay for the ordeal ended when a neighbor and the owner of a nearby store became suspicious about the num Bers of people entering and leaving the House and the checks being cashed in her see Page 6

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