Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 5 1983, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 5, 1983, Tokyo, Japan Bal to 1 Al 22 b s pc j in of t Pacific stars and stripes Teloh 17 Joseph e Turlas 38th 124 250 an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and authorized personnel within the Pacific command May quake razes town compiled from wire services an Earth quake that sparked 50foot flames made this quiet Little country town look like a Tjo Bedout injuring More than 60 people and Damag ing virtually All Homes authorities said Rescue workers with bloodhounds launched a search for More victims of the which crumbled Brick buildings and started fires that burned out of control for the which measured on the Richter Shook All of Cali fornia monday afternoon swaying High Rise buildings in san 200 Miles to the and Las to the East but downtown Coalinga took the Brunt of the destructive it looks like said an ambulance anything that was made of Brick said Bob Public information officer for Coalinga police there were a lot see Page 6 a Coalinga family rides out aftershocks on the curb after their Home was destroyed by californian most destructive earthquake in a a am to manufacture jeeps in China by Michael Ross United press International peking China and the Amer ican motors Are scheduled to sign a million agreement thurs Day to manufacture four wheel drive jeep Type initially for the chinese Market and later for Export As a Challenge to japanese dominance in am officials announced the under discussion for four is believed to be the largest Industrial joint venture of its kind Between an american firm and a number of joint ventures and other business deals Are but this is the biggest to Date involving an american firm and a chinese Indus trial officials the which was expected to be signed thursday morning at the great Hall of the May also eventually create several Hundred jobs in recession hit where components for the joint venture jeep will be business sources the Deal was also another sign that China does intend to let its increasingly bitter quarrels with the Reagan administration Over Trade see Page 6 House panel votes to end assistance to nicaraguan rebels Washington up the House intelligence committee rejected administration arguments tuesday and voted 95 to order a cutoff of Covert Aid to guerrilla forces opposing the government of the Reagan administration had pressed the committee to approve something Short of an outright ban on assistance to the nicaraguan rebels to keep its Central Amer ican program what this committee has what the majority of the members believed had to be was to Cut off Covert operations in Nicara chairman Edward said after the closed by and what this commit tee has done is in the interests of our what we were doing in that area was coun he the Bill now goes to the House foreign affairs where approval is considered the Senate intelligence committee met tuesday to discuss a similar Bill but took no Boland said he will ask speaker Thomas Oneill to Convene see Page 6

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