Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Nov 18 1982, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 18, 1982, Tokyo, Japan It 34 22 a a a w la 12 Fiji Pacific stars and 5m1st b 175 h 37th 321 an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and auth owned personnel a Fth the Pacific command in Wathor 1 a 1 Columbia is Home again Page 4 nil pact reached Page 24 draft sign up rules thrown out by Urt compiled from wire services los Angeles a Federal judge has ruled that selective service regulations requiring draft registration Are saying the govern ment did not follow proper procedures when it put the regulations into the government said it would Appeal the it was unclear How the ruling would affect the registration proc a Justice department spokes Man we Are of the opinion that people should continue to and the selective service system in Washington said it was going ahead with its registration program As in dismissing charges against David of a draft registration resister who claimed he was singled out for prosecution because of his vocal District court judge Terry Hatter also cited the Reagan administrations refusal to let defense lawyers see White House and Pentagon documents and ques Tion presidential Counselor Edwin who attended meetings at which selective service policy was time requirement Hatter said the time and place requirements of the presidential proclamation establishing registration and a july selective service regulation setting up the manner of registration Are invalid because they did not comply with a required time period for notifying the under the Law providing for the Public must have 30 Days from the time of an announcement of registration to comment on the proposed registration this is not an easy the judge said in handing Down his it involves ones personal liberties it involves the three major branches of see Page 6 4 of 5 americans say alcohol big problem new York a alcohol abuse troubles one of three families and is considered a major National problem by More than 80 percent of the according to a Gallup the 80 percent consensus rate is truly an overwhelming Fig George Gallup he said it is rare for 80 percent of the population to agree on perhaps if you asked if they believed youd get that he the United states has a High level of yet its people have Strong ant alcohol Gallup half of those surveyed said they disapproved of three in 10 said they abstained and one in six would support a return to he eighty one percent of the adults surveyed by Telephone in August said alcohol abuse has become a major National problem and 33 percent said drinking had caused trouble in their the extent of the trouble was not the Sample represented a Cross Section of american adults by income and Geog a Gallup see Page 6 a smiling David Wayte and Katharine outside Federal court in los Angeles shortly after District judge Terry Hatter said selective service regulations Are invalid and dismissed charges against Wayte for failure to Register for the a Baade Meinhoff gang Mastermind is arrested West Germany up police tuesday arrested the Leader of the Baade Meinhoff gang the Man who masterminded a spree of terrorist murders and bombings of West germans and american military personnel and the attempted assassination of the army commander in Christian was captured As he approached an arms Cache hidden in Woods near it was the second blow to the gang in a two to ranking women members of the group were arrested armed at the time of his has been charged in a sentia with six including the 1977 killing of banker Juergen Ponto and the 1977 Kidnap slaying of industrialist Han Martin Klar also is wanted not Only in connection with the 1981 assassination attempt on Frederick the army commander in but also in a bombing at the european air Force head quarters at Ramstein that wounded 15 the two leading women members of the Baade Meinhoff Brigitte and Klaus Girlfriend Adelheid were arrested at an arms Cache in Woods near police said they discovered the arms Cache in East of after decoding plans see Page 6

Search all Tokyo, Tôkyô newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for November 18, 1982

Browse