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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 10, 1982, Tokyo, Japan 34 12 1 Al 20 22 h j Fly l Pacific stars and 175 Fly 37th year no 313 9rt an authorized unofficial pubucat10n for the personnel of the department Al of other government agencies and Autho zeo personnel within the Pacific command 1 1 i i High court to Rule on Auto safety restraints begin testifies in massacre probe Page 3 Page 4 far East Volley bait opens on Okinawa Page 22 Biloxi Jailhouse Blaze kills 27 up Twenty seven prisoners died and at least 46 other people were injured nine critically in a fire in a padded cell that sent deadly Clouds of polyurethane smoke billowing through a j Jailhouse it was just full of said jail Warden Jim whose face was blackened with what can you say they rescuers were working As fast As they possibly we were moving them out As fast As we possibly authorities said the fire was set by Robert Eugene of Granite who was arrested twice within six hours for Public drunk he was ordered held for a sanity hearing when he refused to leave the jail after his second a 240pounder who had a Long history of mental problems and arrests and was described As had been placed alone in a padded cell where the fire he was not seriously District attorney Albert Necaise said he was charging pates with 27 counts of capital sheriff Howard Hobbs said he did not know How pates caused the he have been allowed smoking said i dont know if he whose leg was broken and in a was arrested saturday night and again at Deputy Donald Ramos said in his arrest report that he talked with pates for 45 minutes without understanding anything he and determined it would be unsafe to put him in the general jail popu Ramos called pates in Illinois and his brother a see Page 5 soviet planes attack carriers Washington a the soviet Navy has sent its advanced supersonic backfire bombers on simulated missile attacks against aircraft carriers for the first according to american naval the officials also report that just the soviets began conducting backfire operations Over the sea of adding a new dimension to the threat to the sea lanes in that Navy officials said this when asked recently about persistent reports that soviet naval leaders have begun making wider use of the twin engine the most modern Long Range bombers in use since these planes first appeared in the naval strategists have warned that the sophisticated swinging backfire bombers and their Airt surface missiles pose a potentially serious danger to Carrier Battle groups and other warships protecting sear the backfire Maneu vers simulating missile attacks occurred in late september and Early october during a major naval exercise involving 15 including the nuclear powered Carrier Enterprise and the conventional Carrier Midway in the Northern at the time of those Sylvester commander of the Pacific told of repeated buzzing by soviet warplanes but see Page 5 military invites Pope to Poland to halt protests Poland a the nations military and Church leaders said monday that Pope John Paul ii will visit his Homeland in an announcement seen As an Effort to defuse protests planned by the outlawed Solidarity in where the Pope was on a papal spokesman confirmed the trip but said much remained to be settled before the polish born pontiff returns to his Homeland for the second Security agents arrested Solidarity National commission member Piotr Bednarz and 12 coworkers at a Clandestine meeting in the state run news Agency Pap strikes called for the arrests removed Bednarz from the fou member underground which has called for eight hour strikes and nationwide marches the second anniversary of Solidarity registration by a Warsaw the suspended when the government decreed martial Law 11 months was formally outlawed the announcement of the Popes visit was think inn or Nero it Hoar made by communist party and mar Ink you droog deaf Tia Law chief Wojciech Jaruzelski and Sutton stays behind the wheel As his London Westminster the pair were roman Catholic archbishop Jozef Glemp after a co Driver Hopes to find the problem which caused participating in the annual London Brighton the 1903 English Mechanic Steamer to falter on Veteran car a see Page 5

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