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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 4, 1983, Tokyo, Japan 6 Pacific stars and stripes May 1983 Walesa workers More Radical compiled from wire services Poland former Solidarity Leader Lech Walesa warned monday that violent May Day demonstrations showed Poland workers Are becoming More Radical and urged the government to negotiate with the outlawed communist authorities said one person was killed in sundays workers Are favouring More and More the use of the same methods of Force the authorities have been so we should meet at the negotiating Walesa said in Gdansk after finishing a shift at the Lenin a lesson for the government we will not pull the country out of its crisis with he clubbed people will not raise the demonstrations will not help it but at this the demonstrations proved useful and they were a for they have certainly been noticed in the governments and i Hope they will give someone food for thought and the talks will material i think the government under stood they were Given a lesson although they pretend they Haven seen Walesa we want to see Eye to Eye with the authorities on ways of raising the and in a these ways do not include either Trun Cheo swinging or staging Demon they Are not As Strong As they Walesa said of the author he did not take part in sundays officials said a Man was found dead sunday in Krakow Industrial sub Urb of Nowa Huta after riot police firing tear Gas and water Cannon moved in to disperse thousands of Rock hurling May Day Demontra informed sources said the Man was killed by a tear Gas or smoke grenade that hit him in the it was the first death in a demonstration since last october when a Man was killed by police gunfire in Nowa police arrested thousands of people in breaking up the demonstrations that Drew Solidarity support ers in at least 20 polish police said 300 people were arrested in wroclaw and sources in Lodz said As Many As people were taken into but the Interior ministry did not release the number of people arrested Poland state run news Media said Solidarity May Day demonstrations failed but Walesa called polish demonstrators flee from tear Gas these millions of people could cover them with their but we dont want that to happen because it would be a coup against we want the authorities to exist and serve the people and recognize us As the he calling the new government Sanc toned Trade unions introduced in january to replace Solidarity a political Walesa said he was ready to open talks with the govern but added i dont think about myself but about the movement i the first Independent in Gdansk the them a great demonstration against Union in the communist was massive outlawed last year following the declaration of martial Law by government in december Walesa Parish priest condemned the tactics used to break up the May Day charging that riot police armed to the Teeth assaulted people leaving in a letter to provincial governor Mieczyslaw Henryk Jankowski expressed concern and sorrow at the irresponsible behaviour of riot police units in Gdansk during the May Day at the a Church source said Pope John Paul is plans to visit his Homeland next month had not been affected by the protests and that preparations for the trip were pro Ohio Tornado is latest in string of storms United press International storms battered the Midwest with a Tornado knocking out an Earl warning system and slashing through an Ohio trailer Park like a Buzz the fou Day siege of tornadoes and floods has left at least 17 the Tornado in a Small Community South of destroyed 35 Mobile Homes and killed one elderly officials police chief Graf said warning sirens had just started to go off when the storm knocked out silencing the no one had any Advance warning at he witnesses said the demolished trailers looked As though they had been Cut in pieces by Large Buzz Somalia the trailers started it picked up the first one and just took said Kathy who works near the the Wood county sheriffs department said an 80yearold Man was killed in his trailer when the twister several others were since at least 17 people have died in storms that deluged the tornadoes claimed at least four while 11 others died in floods in Missouri and one Young Ohio Mother was killed when High winds blew a tree onto her her four children were one the Ohio Tornado was the latest in a string of midwestern in Michigan a Tornado ripped the roofs from two buildings in the Detroit suburb of Clair several other tornadoes were spotted in nearby com no injuries were heavy Rains caused minor flooding on expressways in the Detroit area and closed roads in parts of Lenawee so Many roads Are the Road commission has run out of signs to Mark them a county spokes Man the storms were headed the National weather service and severe storms and were possible in new York and Northern West flood warnings were issued in where the Wabash River neared the stage reached during the massive floods of March dozens of Indiana residents fled High Waters across the from Page 1 assisting in the mapping operation scrambled procedures had been implemented to prevent a sa2 surface air the missile reportedly fizzled in while this was a air Force aboard its c130 Hercules transport took off and radioed the America to cease air operations in the a Pentagon official the United states consulted immediately with technical unit on the ground at Berbera that was the somali who assured us that similar the Pentagon spokesman the a conventionally powered still was operating in the Indian Pentagon officials nato from Page 1 he opened the bag and found what appeared to be a graph with names and details of i saw the word nuclear and there was a table giving details of where the submarines were their Depths and other he added i saw another Docu ment with information about this made me a bit so i fastened up the bag and handed it to the it was the second time this year that classified papers were known to have been lost in last Robin Gordon Wal a senior government in formation officer and son of a former foreign was fined by a London court after he admitted los ing secret documents on a London subway he was prosecuted under the offi Cial secrets act after the weekly Magazine City limits published extracts from the missing documents that concerned Britain european economic Community

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