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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 10, 1986, Tokyo, Japan Is h Jura or no pm Obj no Fol o ill pm trim a we m g j Rakitic stars and stripes inside japans Royal visit Royal couple Page a5 oldest monarchies Page a12 casting votes Long distance Page c3 41st 129 250 m authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and authorized personnel within the Pacific command Fra Richard Stevenson May 1986 Shultz rules out More Aid for up Aquino government should first work to get Economy rearranged by Barry Schweid the associated press Manila George Shultz said thursday there will be no Aid increases to the debt Ridden Philippines beyond those already and the new governments priority should be to get the Economy the Secretary of state also said Congress was in a mood to reduce foreign Aid and it is not in the interest of the United states to have the kind of cuts that seem to be in the Shultz said the assertion of democracy in Manila had earned worldwide respect and Admira americans Are interested in knowing How we can help resolve your economic he said in an arrival he is Here for talks with president Corazon he also has scheduled a meeting with politicians from the former government of Ferdinand mar who fled the country in february after two decades As president because of a military civilian supporters of Marcos have a right to Demon the Secretary provided they do not use violent Marcos encouraged by the former president from have held Street demonstrations and Public rallies demanding his they have protested at the claiming the United states kidnapped Marcos by flying him and his retinue to Shults 26hour visit is intended to demonstrate the Reagan administrations support for the new government and inform Aquino and her ministers of action at the seven nation economic Summit meeting in Tokyo that ended Shultz arrived in Manila from where he met with South korean president Chun on the flight from Shultz said the administration would not go beyond the million request for additional economic and military Aid to the Philippines announced last he said Congress was engaged in a budget cutting exercise that threatened deep reductions in the foreign Aid the state department see Page a2 rocket groundings cripple space Effort compiled from wire reports americas ability to launch military spy and other heavy satellites has been crippled now that the nations four major launchers have been Nasa announced wednesday that a May 22 launching of a military communications satellite by an Atlas Centaur rocket is being delayed about four cutbacks in Quality control person Nel by Nasa could be the common denominator in the series of recent failures for the space Albert Gore was quoted As saying in the Washington Post Nasa has Cut its Quality control personnel by 71 percent since the 1970s More than double the rate of All other workforce cuts in the Agen the Post citing figures provided by the space in grounding the Nasa said it wants More time to make certain the rocket does not suffer the same Fate As a Delta which was destroyed 71 seconds after liftoff May 3 As it carried a weather satellite toward the first stage of the Atlas rocket has an engine similar to the Delta main which All deltas have been grounded for at least six months while the failure is shuttle launches have been halted for at least a year by the 28 challenger which killed seven the air forces Titan 34d is grounded for at least six months while experts investigate what caused one of the rockets to explode seconds see Page a2 son decide to be All they can be wheres lunch this Chimpanzee at Ueno zoo in Tokyo is either voicing his displeasure about something or is just yawning to show boredom for the Days slow Gloria Montgomery Pittsburgh a a Mother of three who decided to be All that she could be by joining her teenage son in the army says Shell help a Recruiter persuade her husband to join them in going to get her whole family if i have anything to do with Stanley Smith said sergeant Smith and i decided we were going to talk him into going into the service so we could travel said Sheila of suburban if George signs he and his wife would be assigned to the same Smith Wayland signed up recently for a fou year hitch As an air defense specialist after hearing Smith give a sales pitch to her Anthony i saw All the benefits they had to offer a Job a College that a whole lot better than what they offer in the civilian she i understand you have to work but that one of the ingredients for and i really want to be said who had Only until her birthday next february to beat the army enlist ment age limit of the army promised her a see Page a2

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