Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 4 1983, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 4, 1983, Tokyo, Japan Bal to w 1 Al 22 b a a 3 is m to to to 5 s fur c m u b m Pacific stars and stripes Fairfi Teloh 17 m Joseph e 38th 123 250 an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and authorized personnel within the Pacific command May Poland a police sealed off the embassy in Down town Warsaw blocking poles from entering the witnesses and an embassy spokesman the action followed a polish government warning last wednesday that external services of the Zembas sys Library would be closed Down to protest propaganda broadcasts by two Polis language radio stations affiliated with the american govern the voice of America and radio free the Library had scheduled a screen ing of the Tennessee Williams period of and police set up a cordon around the Complex As the largely polish audience began to arrive for the show monday after it was not known How Many poles stopped from entering embassy people had been turned but at least one woman who tried to enter was led away by americans and other no poles were allowed free Access to the witnesses the police action marked the first time authorities had actually blocked poles from entering the compound since the immediate aftermath of the declaration of martial the spokesman police set up similar cordons in january and but Only checked the identity papers of poles entering the there were at least two Walesa warns of Vio urges government to negotiate with Page when poles Leav ing the compound after a film were detained in Masse and taken away in trucks for document relations have been poor since the martial Law declaration and subsequent american economic sanctions against somalis mistakenly fire on f14s compiled from wire services Washington somali defenders fired anti aircraft guns and a missile at two Navy f14 warplanes last apparently mistaking them for soviet built migs from neighbouring the Pentagon said the warplanes were not hit and returned to the aircraft Carrier America off the somali a Pentagon spokesman the aircraft were never in danger because of the Range involved and our aircraft the spokesman indications Are that the somali unit mistook two f14 aircraft from the Carrier America As ethiopian he both the f14 and mig23 Are swinging Somalia and situated on the Horn of have been fighting a War for years because of a dispute Over the territory of the shooting occurred apparently because the somali defense ministry failed to notify its air defense units in the Berbera area that clearance for the f14 flights on a photo mapping Mission had been granted at the highest level of the somali the officials there was a reluctance to talk about the episode the officials it is a matter of embarrassment to the who have agreed to allow the United states Access to their naval and air the United states is spending millions of dollars to expand facilities at Berbera so planes and ships can use them in the event of a persian Gulf Indian Ocean according to Pentagon the two f14s made a single pass Over the Berbera area without when the planes made a second the somali troops opened up with aircraft batteries and fired a single see Page 6 classified nato documents found on us Street London a Scotland Yard detectives and defense ministry Security officials monday were investigating How a White can Vas bag containing classified nato documents was lost in a London garage owner Michael Scott found the bag marked top secret nato in the Bermondsey District of London East end on officials a defense ministry spokesman said the documents were not highly classified and we dont believe them to be but were not Happy about this and were investigating How they came to be lying in the Scotland Yard sources said the addressed to the defense apparently fell from a officials declined to give any other the daily Telegraph newspaper quoted As saying see Page 6 tubular Navy students from new England colleges Brave the Whitewater rapids of the Contoocook River in As part of an annual Spring weekend several rafts made from old tire inner tubes give festive students a wild ride As they Bounce Down a two mile stretch of the a

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