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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 29, 1983, Tokyo, JapanSaturday january 29, 1983 cd Pacific stars and stripes world 5 peking up the head of Namibia s Southwest Africa people s organization Swap says Chin Awill Supply arms to his guerrilla movement s fight against South Africa. In the first official disclosure of chinese arms supplies to the marxist dominated movement Sam Nujoma said the weapons and ammunition will be of All said he met with Premier Zhao Ziyang and other senior chinese leaders to discuss Swap s fight against South african troops. Will give material Aid he said he had fruitful discussions and was confident that China will stand by Swap politically and diplomatically and give material Aid. China has Given material Assis Tance to Namibia through Swap and pledged to continue that Assis Tance said Nujoma. Material assistance that we see from China certainly would be in the form of arms and ammunition of Al kinds As Well As humanitarian aids such As clothing Medicine shoe Sand foodstuffs he said. May Aid african rebel group but diplomatic analysts said Pek ing leaders feel justified in giving arms because South Africa Rule Namibia in a Defiance of United nations resolutions and world Opin Ion. China sees its role As support of nationalistic movement not armed insurrection a Western diploma said. Sixth visit to China Nujoma s visit was his sixth Sochina but his first since 1978. He is expected to return Home this week end. Nujoma claimed South Africa forces have escalated the fighting and said the situation has reached a critical he predicted a Swap Victory however and said the imperialist nations of Western Europe and the United states who have Given military Aid to Pretoria will be held responsible for any late consequences. The guerrilla chief declined to comment on current negotiations. ,. Between Angola and South Africa to refused to give details on the China supports peaceful settlement ease Border problems. South african weapons Deal Only saying arms in Namibia and also has declared it troops have entered Angola to Chase up Zhao Nujoma fruitful discussions.9 Are arms. Will not Export revolution. Swap forces. Walesa is returned to payroll but not to work compiled from wire services Warsaw Poland. Solidarity labor Union Leader Lech Walesa is still forbidden to return to his Job As an electrician at the Lenin shipyard i Gdansk even though he has been returned to the payroll according to a spokesman. Management at the shipyard where the Independent labor movement was born turned Walesa away when he returned to work Jan. 14.they said he lacked the proper documents. A spokesman at his apartment said Walesa was told wednesday that he had been returned to the payroll effective Jan. 17, the Day his accumulated vacation time expired. He was released from an 11-month martial Law intern ment on nov. 13. International shipyard management officials said Walesa before returning to work must obtain certification from the government official in charge of Solidarity affairs that All his business is in order and that he is working nowhere labor Leader protested what he called special tactics used to keep him away from the shipyard Long a hotbed of worker discontent. Undesirable atmosphere in Gdansk a shipyard official who asked notto be identified said Walesa would know in a couple of Days whether he would be allowed to resume working. The person of Walesa is such that it can cause an atmosphere which is undesirable in the production Plant said the official. He said Walesa had been briefed wednesday on the consequences of any violation of Laws on Trade Union activity which were passed by parliament last december when martial Law was suspended. Under those Laws any worker involved in the organization of a strike can be fired or Given a three year prison sentence. Walesa said his restoration to the shipyard payroll meant he had won his dispute with the management and local government official who handles the disbanded Union s affairs but said he was not satisfied because he wanted to return to work As quickly As possible. If Walesa is allowed to return to work his behaviour during the first few Days will be closely monitored the shipyard official said. 50 amerasian leave Vietnam to Chi Minh City a fifty amerasian children and their relatives left Vietnam in route to the United state thursday. It was the biggest Airlift Ever of amerasian children of War and came on the10th anniversary of the signing of the Paris accords on ending american participation inthe War. To use an old cliche i can t believe i really happened. It s 10 million times better than i Ever dreamed said american journalist Paul Vogle after hugging his wife Kim Chi and their three children separate when communist forces swept into South Vietnam nearly eight years ago. Initially 51 amerasian children and 51relatives were scheduled to leave thursday but some failed to show up at the Airport. Twas the fourth Airlift of children of vietnamese women and american men who served i wartime Vietnam. The flights began last sept. 30, and to Date 119 amerasian have left. Bomb at French consulate Barcelona Spain up a Spanish policeman discovered a bomb at a French consulate thursday raced outside with it an hurled it into a Fountain where it exploded injuring him slightly officials French official said he called police after receiving an Anonymous Telephone Call warning that a bomb had been planted in the building. The explosion came four Days after unidentified arsonists set fire to the Spanish consulate at Nice on the French Mediterranean coast. One woman died in the Blaze but police said they did not know if there was a connection Between the police officer Francisco Sanchez was credited with getting the device out of the building before it exploded. Cannibals arrested in Uganda Kampala Uganda up police have arrested 11 suspected cannibals in Eastern Uganda during a search for a woman who disappeared mysteriously in the area the daily Aifa Emp a new nation newspaper reported thursday. The newspaper said the 11 Rural villager were arrested tuesday in Bug Ishu District in Eastern Uganda near the kenyan Border. The report said police raided a Village in search of wan Dudu Manabi who was reported missing two weeks ago and was believed kidnapped from her Home last week. Police found the villagers cooking human meat the report said. Legal sources in Kampala said cannibalism has been outlawed in the former British Colony for decades and they could not recall a trial involving cannibalism in Uganda in recent memory. Japan gets . Radar planes Tokyo a the . Navy delivered two e-2cs airborne Early warning aircraft thursday to Japan s air self defense Force Atli Sarazua 24 Miles South of Tokyo a defense Agency official said. The $51.9 million planes carry a Crew of five and Are equipped with sophisticated electronic devices that can Monitor aircraft within radius of 250 Miles the official said. The two e-2css, the first delivered Here Are to be deployed at an air base in Misawa,.350 Miles Northeast of Tokyo after two weeks of checks and maintenance at the depot the official said. In 1979, the National defense Council decided to buy eight of the watchdog planes from the Grumman corp. Firefighter s club hazardous Penistone England up a fire fighter s club has been ordered closed Down because it is a fire Hazard. Magistrates have ruled that the club i Penistone 200 Miles North of London has no fire escape or adequate firefighting equipment in the bar and the emergency lighting is defective. Solo Atlantic grosser spotted Falmouth England up an Ameri can Sailor attempting to Cross the Atlantic in a nine foot boat was spotted apparently for the first time since november Midway Between North America and England a coast guard spokesman has said. Wayne Dicker son 33, a computer technician from satellite Beach fla., set out from Point Allerton mass., oct. 30 and was last seen nov.5 battling the wintry sea 14 Miles off the Massachusetts coast. Dickerson was spotted by the freighter Bookness after he fired a red flare to attract the ship s attention. He was not in distress but needed a Check on his position the spokesman said. Dickerson was averaging a Little less than 25miles a Day and should take about 56 More Days to reach the English coast at that rate

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