Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 3 1983, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 3, 1983, Tokyo, Japan Bal to 5p 1 Al 22 a w b 3 m Pacific stars and stripes 17 m Hia Job pm e Burlas of l 2 2 75 38th 122 250 an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and authorized personnel within the Pacific command May k police rout poles Poland a hundreds of police used water tear Gas and riot clubs sunday to disperse tens of thousands of poles who converged in Warsaw and Gdansk in support of the defiant May Day demonstrations attracted an estimated people in Warsaw and in it was the largest confrontation Between the outlawed Solidarity Union and the government since riots swept Poland in late August the illegal Solidarity protests took place a few blocks from official marches celebrating May a major Holiday in the communist Solidarity Leader Lech Walesa stayed away from the Gdansk Demon attending noon mass in a Church near his a crowd of 500 Solidarity sympathizers gathered in the courtyard outside his apart ment building in the Early in demonstrators gathered outside Johns Cathedral in the old screaming Wale Solidarity and other see Page 5 police use water Cannon in background to disperse demonstrators in Warsaw old rockets miss place where Shultz slept Lebanon a rockets just missed the ambassadors residence Early sunday in what prob ably was an attempt to hit the building where Secretary of state George Shultz was a spokesman for the marines they flew Over the top of the said 1st Alan Burg the marines stationed there heard what sounded like a freight train going asked if those in the residence were the he i believe they were since they were directly within the flight path of the in addition to Shultz and ambassador Robert Middle East envoy Philip Habib and assistant Secre tary of state Nicholas Veliotes were in the residence at the time of the Burghard displayed the remains of the two Katusha rockets that were see Page 4 computer used in thefts to help poor a Stan Ley Slyngstad stole from the state and gave to the armed with a computer instead of a in he dispensed to the needy from the government Agency where he he gave an unemployed Carpen Ter for a truck went to a welfare Mother for car repairs and childrens clothing a week went to another welfare Mother who thought she was on salary for computer i used my own Money until it ran said a highly praised computer pro Grammer with the state division of vocational then i used the states an unlimited i was blatant As see Robin Page 5

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