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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 15, 1982, Tokyo, Japan 80 id 1 j 22 b m k Jutt if 12 Al 20 b i b fit ii l Pacific stars and it a w 175 37th 318 25 e an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and authored personnel within the Pacific command november College results Georgia Auburn Pittsburgh army Clemson Maryland Michigan Purdue Oklahoma Missouri Texas thu Carolina Navy Urcla Stanford 19 14 sum 34 Texas tech 27 Nebraska 48 Iowa state 10 Penn state 24 notre Dame 14 Mississippi 27 leu 24 24 6 24 22 52 21 41 14 Southern 38 Alabama 29 38 21 17 14 38 35 details in sports Section drops sanctions against Gas pipeline Washington up president Reagan lifted the controversial sanctions against the soviet natural Gas pipeline saturday and said he Hopes the action will show the new Kremlin leaders the United states is ready for a better relationship any time that they the president made his announce ment in his weekly radio disclosing that the United states Only hours earlier reached substantial agreement with its european allies on a unified East West economic in British foreign Secre tary Francis Pym called reagans announcement is Good news for the we now have a Broad measure of agreement to guide the wests economic approach to the in West Germany hailed Reagan for lifting the calling the move a signal for constructive developments in East West it said it hoped the move would prompt the Kremlin to move ahead in arms reduction Reagan said that because the agreement provides for stronger and More effective there is no further need for these sanctions and i am lifting them he Leonid Brezhnev Rise to Power pages said the pipeline sanctions have served their i believe this agreement is a Victory for All the he Reagan said because of the the allies would also undertake an urgent study of West Ern Energy alternatives As Well As the question of dependence on Energy imports from the soviet he outlined the following other Points of agreement country signing the agree ment affirms that no new contracts for the Purchase of soviet natural Gas will be signed or approved while the study of alternative sources of Western Energy is under will establish ways to Monitor financial relations with the soviet Union and will work to harmonize our Export credit poli Reagan lifted the pipeline sanctions three Days after the death of soviet president Leonid Brezhnev and two Days after the polish government announcement that Solidarity labor Leader Lech Walesa would be released from 11 months of see Page 7 Vietnam vets finally have their Day Washington up about Flag waving americans sat urday gave a belated Welcome Home to Vietnam who marched Down Constitution Avenue to Dedi Cate their new Stark Black Granite More than veterans marched in blustery weather to warm cheers a Sharp contrast to the cold silence that greeted them a decade ago when they came Home from the nations longest and most unpopular William who commanded troops in joined the procession that weapons used in German attack on Kroesen Page was a prelude to the dedication later in the Day of the new Vietnam veterans memorial inscribed with the names of the americans killed and missing in Southeast it is an emotional said who at one Point in the Parade stepped to the Side in the Shadow of the Washington Monument to review his former As a passing High school band when Johnny comes marching Home West Moreland this is a Welcome Home albeit 10 years the Parade and dedication were the culmination of a five Day nation Al Salute to Vietnam which was organized by the Vietnam see Page 7 Vietnam War Veteran John Hay from cries while holding an american Flag to his Chest As the crowd sings god bless America prior to the official dedication of the Vietnam veterans memorial in a

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