Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 29 1983, Page 4

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 29, 1983, Tokyo, Japan 4 National Pacific stars and stripes january 1983 heavy Rains and 30foot Waves Batter California associated press a brutal California storm thurs Day destroyed Seaside buildings with 30foot flooded Homes with Waist deep washed out huge chunks of highways and sent mud slides cascading Down the National guard and Volun Teers in boats helped evacuate hundreds of residents As the Pacific storm that first hit the coast wednesday moved leaving widespread damage from one end of the state to the at least Homes lost Power As the storm unleashed Hurri flood building Rains and boiling surf that washed away beaches and closed new storm expected a string of three coastal storms which began sunday has been blamed for seven a fourth storm is expected to reach California on in unusually forceful the weather service warned people who lived near creeks and Rivers in Northern California that they might have to act quickly to save yourself and those who depend on you May Only have its a Nasty said Harry of the National weather services severe storm Center in Kansas the storm dropped Snow at the rate of 4 inches an hour in places As it crossed the Sierra Nevada into the rangers reported some areas received several feet of fresh in the Midwest on heavy Snow made driving hazardous and two traffic fatalities were reported in major flooding was reported thursday morning in the Southern California communities of Santa and Sunset with water 3 feet deep on some a family of five narrowly escaped being buried alive when a mudslide thursday morning crashed into a bedroom of their Home in Richard a mining Engineer said it All came All the stuff that had been bulldozed on the Hillside above us late last in the fashionable los Angeles county coastal Community of Mal the residents of a beachfront Home were evacuated just before their House started to break up due in the mornings High tides and said los Angeles county fire capt James Mabery said residents of neighbor ing Homes also were advised to a sheriffs Deputy in Santa bar Bara we have roads being washed chunks of Road Are weve gotten quite a few Calls on Homes primarily in Santa a few boats have ended up on the Beach in Santa Harbor patrol officer skip Lang they cracked up against the Shore in wind gusts of up to 50 in Orange three Miles of Pacific coast Highway were closed due to flooding in the Huntington the surf smashes into the sea Wall causing the collapse of Point Road at the South end of the Golden Gate Bridge in san up Beach North of National were having major flooding in guardsmen and about 30 volunteers Sunset said Orange county thursday helped sheriffs deputies fire Gary evacuate about 150 residents after a in Tehama about 140 Miles Creek poured Over its pm to recall workers Chrysler to reopen Missouri Detroit a general motors announced thursday it will Call More than autoworkers Back to work in the next three months because of improved car the Assembly Plant schedule increases Are being made in response to current dealer which result from our outstanding 1982 product lineup positive customer reaction to the percent finance rate pm presi Dent James Mcdonald said in a pm offers Loprate financing through March and pm car sales so far in january have risen percent from a year in Chrys Ler announced it will spend million to reopen its Idle Assembly Plant 2 in creating new jobs by the announcement came one month after Chrysler said it would be adding a second shift of about workers at the adjoining automotive Assembly Christopher Bond said thursday that the dual startups would give Missouri Economy a million stateside Mcdonald said that nearly workers will be called Back at pm Assembly while another will return to work at component about 600 people will return to work at Gas Plant in on March at pm will Call Back about workers on March another workers will return to the Oklahoma City Assembly Plant on april at the Auto maker said about workers will be recalled on March about 900 workers will return 28 to the Louis truck and bus another 60 workers from the truck and bus Assembly Plant in Detroit will return on pm Gerald vice chairman of said the automaker would spend million Over the next eight months renovating the Plant to produce Chrysler 1984 rear drive he said the decision to relocate production from a Plant in was influenced by a Finan Cial incentive in which the state of Missouri promised to spend million for training workers and improving sul uric acid leak injures 12 in Indianapolis Indianapolis up a mixture of sul uric and hydrochloric acids spilled through a broken line at an East Side chemical company injuring 12 people and forcing As Many As from schools and Only one of the injured remained hospitalized eight hours after the hazardous spill was reported by a firefighter who noticed a Vager Cloud hear a storage tank As he passed the Ulrich chemical authorities allowed residents evacuated during the crisis to return Home shortly after 7 two americans face possible extradition to Australia up two americans wanted for allegedly peddling cocaine in Congress were ordered held thursday on charges of forging australian passports and face possible extradition to the United Douglas Wayne of and Troy Mitchell of pleaded not guilty to the forgery charges in a court in the Western City of Perth but were ordered held in custody until prosecutor Sean Osullivan told the court passports and airline tickets were found in the Possession of the men when a Federal and state police Force raided a House in the Perth suburb of Beckenham the two men had jumped million bail in the United where they had been indicted for trafficking Large amounts of he a spokeswoman for the attorneys office in Washington said the government would move to extradite the two men but it was unclear 1982 profit reported at record High new York a american Telephone Telegraph said thursday its 1982 profit Rose percent from a year earlier to a record said the earnings came to a and compared with 1981 profit of or a in the percent drop in per share earnings reflected an increase in the number of common shares Revenue in 1982 climbed 12 percent to billion from billion a year

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