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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 10, 1982, Tokyo, JapanWednesday november 10, 1982 Pacific stars and stripes three Sisters and injuring their brother official said. A woman and seven children were asleep inthe House when the Heater ignited some bed linens or a Blanket on a sofa Dallas fire department spokesman William Jernigan said. Killed were Kendra Miller 11 Kimberly Miller 1 and Keshunn Miller 5 months. They were trying to escape when they apparently suffocated said Walt Bowling of the Dallas county medical examiner s brother Kyle Wayne Miller 5, was hospitalized in fair condition. Christmas in october Dallas a when merchants opened Texas sized High class shopping mall Here it was like Christmas in than 15,000 shoppers jammed the Dallas galleria for the grand opening of the 43-acre Plaza that includes Many Chic new York stores. Business is better than any Christmas i Veever seen. We re said Cliff Bueche divisional vice president of Tiffany & co., while shoppers lined up to Ogle . Ewing priced jewelry in the new York store s galleria stores and restaurants opened with another 45 stores a 440-room hotel and a 25-Storyoffice Tower in the works. 11 or we could get him Boxer shorts but they Dhave to be pretty since the Issue has been exposed so to speak Voorhies followed up with a second song funds for proceeds from a recording of the two songs Are going to Charity he said. The South North Carolina heated election Yadkinville . A Grady Macki Ehas been re elected Yadkin county Coroner a Job he has held since 1962, handily defeating Richard. Nixon and even to s celebrated Coroner the second straight election Mackie was t on the ballot but neither was anyone else. He was elected in a write in vote that brought out the prankster in some voters. Quincy got one vote and former president Nixon . Boss Hogg of the to show Dukes of hazzard and country Singer Willie Nelso were among More than 200 candidates written in said opaline Riley the county election supervisor. Mackie a licensed mortician got 540 closest competitor an emergency medical technician got 235 votes. Alabama monumental cover up Birmingham Ala. Up a 55-foot statue of Vulcan the mythical god of the forge has been standing guard Over Birmingham for decades. And for decades the suburb of Homewood Only got to see its naked jockey Jack Voorhies of station Wyde got to thinking about All those years the ironman s derriere has been unc lad and came up with a new local hit single Moon Over Over Homewood it s so unrefined we have to get mooned with the Vulcan behind Moon Over Homewood we Don t think it Sfair that we have to look at his big said Many listeners have called in to suggest ways to remedy the be had people calling in suggesting we give a concert and make everybody bring a sheeting the disc jockey said. That Way we can sew the sheets together and make Vulcan a dress. The Northeast new York woman Abandons novel defense new York a a Brooklyn woman who claimed that premenstrual stress caused her to beat her daughter has abandoned that defens strategy and pleaded guilty to a harassment charge. Shirley Santos 25, originally charged wit assault in the beating of the 4-year-old girl Quad Ina had argued that the charge should be dropped because stress from the approach of her menstrual period prompted the in an agreement with Brooklyn District attorney Elizabeth Holtzman Santos pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of harassment. 345 arrested in subway crimes new York a the latest transit authority police crackdown on muggers turnstile jumpers and other subway violators has produced345 arrests throughout the Queens subway system. Some 350 uniformed and plainclothes officer sin a Rush hour sweep grabbed an assortment of people for jumping turnstiles smoking Mari Juana playing transistor radios or picking pockets. Transit police spokesman de Silverfarb said the suspects were processed in Shea stadium and All but 105 were ticketed and released. Pennsylvania sunday school Mark 4,161 in a Row Bakerstown a. Up f. Ott Breche has been going to sunday school religiously since 1902 4,161 straight sessions and his Devotion earned him an apparent world s record. Members of the first presbyterian Church of Bakerstown presented Brechel 92, with a plaque commemorating his 80 years of sunday school attendance. Earlier Brechel received a certificate by Mai from the guinness Book of world records noting his members of the Church about 20 Miles North of Pittsburgh contacted guinness last Yea for information recording Brechel s feat they were told guinness no longer keeps religious records. But Brechel said guinness officials told him the last Man to hold the Mark for sunday school attendance recorded 4,160 sundays in a have records in there about How far a Bug can jump and that Bug will Only jump once and it can get in Brechel said his Alert Gray eyes twinkling behind thick lenses took me 80 years and i still can t get in. It s a great world. I be had trials but my blessings have been greater than my problems. You just have to keep on fighting. That s All Youcan up a bundle from heaven Chicago a the Northwest airline flight from Tokyo was right on time but the baby was Early. Just before flight 4 from Tokyo to chicag was due to land at o Hare International Airport Eun Sook Kim told flight attendant she was going into labor. Forty minutes later she gave birth to a5-Pound, 10-ounce girl. The delivery took place in Kim s seat reclined As far As possible. The flight Crew radioed the Mayo clinic i Rochester minn., for instructions which were relayed by a gynaecologist and a plane landed at 12 42 ., after an 11-hour flight two Chicago fire department paramedics then came aboard. It was real Quick paramedic Thoma Seebauer said. We got there and the baby was born at 12 58 And Mother an daughter were whisked to resurrection Hospi Tal where they were doing Fine

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