Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 29 1983, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 29, 1983, Tokyo, Japan 54 12 1 Al 22 a j Fiji it 5 s b 175 my Pacific stars and 38th 28 an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and auth owned personnel with the Pacific command january 1983 sex film test Flap in Philippines brutal storm rips California Page 3 Page 4 China May Arm african rebels Page 5 1982 Trade deficit is a record Washington a with exports the foreign Trade deficit ballooned to a record billion last year despite a big drop in the nations Bill for imported the government the new record probably will be broken by billion or More this Commerce Secretary Malcolm Baldrige Reagan suggests9 no tax on business k compiled from wire services Boston president Reagan has created a stir by saying that the corporate income tax ought to be abolished because its unfair to business but he added that there Are no White House plans to introduce legislation to that Reagan said corporate profits ought to be distributed to Stock holders in the form of with stockholders paying individual income tax on the Reagan made the Surprise com ments during a meeting with Massachusetts the meet ing wrapped up a Daylong visit to Boston in which Reagan toured a Job training Center and computer Assembly sipped a Beer in a working class Irish and told a Black audience that Martin Luther King birthday deserved nation Al after listening to the corporate executives discuss the economic see Page 6 the deficit did shrink a bit in december to billion from the pickup in the Auto Page jobless claims Page billion of the com Merce department the better showing included the first monthly gain in total exports since thanks to a huge increase of nearly million in overseas sales of but the december deficit still pushed the 1982 total past the record 1978 shortfall of the 1981 deficit was merchandise Trade which includes manufactured farm Oil and other items has been in deficit since mostly because of rising Oil the nation has recorded surpluses the past two years in its Overall balance of Trade which includes services and other financial transactions even that balance see Page 6 Reagan tips a Beer at a Boston pub after meeting with Massachusetts b52 explodes during maintenance 5 Are killed compiled from wire services grand Forks a b52g bomber undergoing maintenance exploded into flames thurs killing five people and injuring the air Force Frank commander of the 321st missile said the eight engine plane had flown a training Mission night and was undergoing routine maintenance when fuel inside it an air Force spokeswoman said All of the dead and six of the seven injured were ground maintenance one of the injured was a fireman who suffered smoke in Horton said some of those killed and injured were inside the plane and some were on the four of those injured were treated at the base Hospital and Horton did not have information on How seriously the others were the million one of the latest models of the generation old was no nuclear weapons were the air Force it marked the third tragedy involving b52gs since when one burned on the ground at Castle another crashed on Takeoff from Mather killing All nine men in the latest the eight engine bomber was parked on a ramp near a undergoing there was no immediate information on whether the fire started during a refuelling operation or some other Type of maintenance a b52 bomber fire at grand Forks fab in november 1980 was Attri buted to a faulty fuel line that fire destroyed two causing

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