Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Nov 8 1982, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 8, 1982, Tokyo, Japan It 5 34 12 20 22 b i Fly ii a 175 s Foj Pacific stars and 5mla Joseph Burlas 37th 311 an authorized unofficial pub Caton for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and authored personnel with the Pacific command november 1982 College results notre Dame Pittsburgh sum Rice Georgia Florida leu Alabama Baylor Arkansas Nebraska state Penn state state Clemson Carolina air Force army Navy Syracuse 31 16 41 14 44 0 20 10 24 17 48 10 54 0 Florida state 56 Carolina 26 16 13 Oklahoma 24 Kansas state 10 27 9 20 18 Maryland 18 Miami 17 nato soviets must begin to talk seriously Brussels up the nato allies believe a United Western stand eventually will Force the soviet Union to talk business at arms limitation talks in Geneva despite an apparent hardening in Moscow officials the soviets have continued to insist on maintaining their present monopoly on intermediate Range nuclear forces inf which pose an unacceptable threat of regional political and strategic do said Richard assistant Secretary of state for european commenting after a meeting of natos special consultative group which periodically assesses the 12monthold Geneva Burt said the allies stuck to the Zero Zero negotiating which would eliminate the entire class of longer Range inf missiles on both but the soviets so far have not been willing to take into account the fundamental Western Security con Cern with the dangerous imbalance in he Sci representatives noted recent statements in the soviet see Page 7 final Roll Call for Vietnam vets tells Story of the War Washington Roll Call of the up it is a the nearly americans killed in John Anderson Barnhart Thomas Davis Iii their names Are chiselled on a 496foot Black Granite shaped Wall that will be dedicated on 13 As the Vietnam veterans George Hays Brent Charles Wendt they Are listed in the order they fell with no mention of Hometown or even but behind each name is a Story stories of being part of an unpopular War that radicalized a brought Down a president and strained the Unity of the United states itself stories of soldiers who died before they even had a Chance to grow old and fade Bobby Arvin graduated from the United states military Academy in within months of the first american troops splashing ashore at see Page 7 liver transplant details in sports Section a University of Minnesota hospitals surgical team headed by John second from performed a liver transplant on 11monthold Jamie Fiske and later described the transplant As a the from faced death within weeks without a new see Page a

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