Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Nov 5 1982, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 5, 1982, Tokyo, Japan 12 20 22 a it fit a 175 Foj Pacific stars and shia Joseph Burlas 37th 308 251 an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government a fences and auth owned personnel within the Pacific command november 1982 both parties claim mandate compiled from wire services american voters answered presi Dent reagans Appeal to stay the course by electing a House of representatives less amenable to his policies and by giving the democratic party a More powerful base in statehouse around the country but allowing reagans republicans More election pages 3 and Stock Market hits Al time Page to maintain the same Edge in the Senate that they had won in 1980s after months of Sharp rhetoric and More than million in the 1982 Campaign ended tuesday without a Clear As democrats had of the conservative crusade Reagan began nearly 22 months there was no doubt the democrats political clout will be enhanced by a larger majority in the House an additional 27 seats and their biggest statehouse sweep since with an increase of nine retained majority status republicans overcame Strong challenges to their control of the wrested from the democrats in the Reagan landslide of and for the first time in 50 years retained majority party status in an of year major democratic wins in new Jersey and new Mexico were offset by key losses in Virginia and leaving the Senate Edge unchanged at both sides claimed Victory in the a smiling Reagan said he was gratified the gop had held the Senate and sustained losses in the House that were no larger than White House see Page 3 statewide nuke freeze votes pass in 8 states downed Only in Arizona Washington up voters from Rhode Island to Oregon tues Day endorsed the grassroots move ment urging the United states and soviet Union to adopt a Mutual and verifiable nuclear weapons Only among the nine states Given a agreed with president Reagan that a halt in weapons development and deploy ment would lock the nation into a position of but the freeze passed in Rhode new Jer North Michigan and it also was approved in the District of Phila and a Host of other cities and it was turned Down in Rural Izard and Stone counties in the vote was the biggest referendum on Public policy in american see Page 6 third suspect arrested in shooting of the Pope West Germany a police have arrested a third Man in connection with the May 1981 turks storm consulate in West Page assassination attempt on Pope John Paul a Frankfurt newspaper said the Frankfurter Mundschau said the a Turk named Musa Cedar was arrested late monday As he left a House in the he did not resist the paper it said Celebi was sought by italian authorities in connection with the attempt by another Mehmet Ali to kill the Pope As he drove through the Square in front Millicent Fenwick makes an let hour Campaign Stop at a salvation army Day care Center in during her bid for a of Peters Basilica in May of last Senate the Republican Fenwick lost to democratic businessman see Page 6 Frank up elections Box score Senate won 20 12 leading 0 1 won House 268 governors 165 won 26 8 leading 1 1

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