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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 31, 1986, Tokyo, Japan Re tic a a Pacific stars and stripes w h men tar Conj a o ill Fri t it re inside to and radio korean strikers Back to work Page cd for a Good Page 41st 150 250 an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and authorized us personnel within the Pacific command ti06 Fra Richard Stevenson May 1986 allies urge not to scrap Salt Nova Scotia a some of the United states closest nato including Britian and sought to dissuade the administration of president Ronald Reagan from scrapping the Salt ii arms officials at a nato meeting the split in the alliances approach to Salt ii emerged in the opening session of a North Atlantic treaty organization foreign ministers meeting in this Canadian provincial the today meeting also was to focus on prospects for a breakthrough in the Geneva arms control talks and ways of responding to state sponsored sir Geoffrey the British foreign Secre told Secretary of state George Shultz and their counterparts from 14 other nato nations that continued compliance with Salt ii was important to East West arms control according to a British who spoke on condition of Shultz did not address the meeting in its first working delegation sources Reagan announced tuesday that he had decided to dismantle two Poseidon nuclear submarines to stay in compliance with the a ratified 1979 strategic arms limitation talks he said the United states intended to exceed the pacts limits later this year unless the soviets reversed arms programs that Reagan claims violate Salt top Cadet Cadet Terrie Ann collects a hug from a fellow Cadet after graduation ceremonies at the air Force Academy in Colorado of is the first woman to win the top graduate award for combined military and academic excellence at the Reuter army to commission chief warrant officers by Chuck Vinch stripes Washington correspondent Washington All army chief warrant officers will soon be commissioned under sweeping changes in Federal Law that go into effect june according to an army personnel the spokesman this Doest mean that All chief warrant officers will automatically become commissioned officers on that no one is commissioned until they receive a notice from the army telling them he adding that most warrant officers commissioned some the changes were made last year in should be time this title 10 of the the Princi pal group of Laws covering military personnel the changes were approved by Congress in the fiscal 1986 defense authorization the official said whenever the term commissioned officers is used in the revised title that includes commissioned warrant officers unless otherwise warrant officers on Reserve status will be commissioned by the Secre tary of the army upon promotion to a chief warrant officer the offi Cial regular array warrant officers will be commissioned by the president upon promotion to chief warrant warrant officers in see Page a2 indicts 8 for trying to topple government Boston a eight people have been charged with conspiring to overthrow the government by operating a terrorist ring responsible for a decade of Bank robberies and police shootings throughout the prosecutors said the Justice in announcing the Federal grand jury said the five men and three members of a Radical group originally known As the Sam Melvill Jonathan Jackson unit and later the United Freedom bombed 19 corporations and military installations in Massachusetts and new York from 1976 to after each attack including the 1976 bombing of the Suffolk county courthouse in downtown Boston that injured 22 people the group issued communiques claiming responsibility and advocating the governments the indictment handed up wednesday the group also allegedly robbed at gunpoint nearly from 10 see Page a2 Marcos promises to pay for by purchases Honolulu up Ferdinand Marcos intends to pay for in purchases made by members of his entourage at military bases in Hawaii and Guam when they fled their native an aide to the deposed Philippines president Marcos and wife Imelda did not buy goods at the but others in the 90meinber party Arturo an aide to said wednesday the ousted Leader had wanted to pay for the items when they were Dan d chairman of the House subcommittee on said it was reasonable to allow the exiles to shop at the exchanges since they left Manila with Only the clothes they Aruiza also said the Bills could be paid if about million in philippine pesos the party brought to Hawaii was released by the customs the Money is being held pending court action on a claim to it by the government of new Philippines president Corazon Aruiza said everyone thought they were just flying to the Northern part of the Philippines when they left Aruiza said Marcos is grateful to members of Hawaii filipino Community who gave him about 120 envelopes of Money easter

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