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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 20, 1982, Tokyo, Japan 98 la 12 i a 20 22 a a by of l Pacific stars and t 1 of 7 to 23 17 5h la Joseph Burlas b fit 175 an authorized unofficial pub cation for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and authored personnel with the Profic command Jolo i Reagan to ask for hot line signals Page 4 argentines getting More exocet Page 5 Rok Boxer organs donated Page 28 22 fans die in soccer Melee Colombia up police thursday blamed Drunken rowdies for triggering a Stampede in a soccer stadium in which 22 people were trampled to death and another 100 they said a group of intoxicated youths in the upper level of the Pascual Guerrero stadium threw trash and sprayed urine Over thou Sands of people heading for the exits after the Deport Ivo Cal America professional soccer match ended in a 33 trying to escape the Shower of the people stampeded to Ward the which became blocked As the crowd rushed Forward and trampled on those who had police the dead included 12 seven children and three including one who was there were a lot of bodies trampled and some children died when they ended up at the Bottom of fan Simon Espinosa from the other Side of the stadium i saw excited people trying to flee through a ramp that very it looked like a River of police said several of the youths who were irresponsible Dod weighs polygraph responsible for this r behaviour have been identified and they will be detained very Interior minister Rodrigo a native of 200 Miles Southwest of expressed at the tragedy and promised a thorough investigation of the police also said that another group see Page 6 Washington a lawyers for the defense department have drawn up revised rules which would broaden the use of lie detectors for the first time in nearly 17 years to Stem what a Pentagon spokesman called thursday a Hemor rage of information valuable to a potential Pentagon spokesman Henry Catto acknowledged at a briefing that there is under consideration a change in the regulations governing use of or lie in Security investigations and other according to the proposed changes in lie Detector rules have not yet reached defense Secretary Caspar the Washington Post said one official reported that hundreds of Pentagon employees in especially sensitive jobs Are being asked to sign forms waiving their rights to refuse to take polygraph the process has gone far enough so that a draft document is being circulated among other Federal including the Justice depart for sources if something does take it is intended to minimize leakage of information to our enemies Catto he did not identify those but Pentagon officials obviously Are most concerned about leakage of information to see Page 6 Arafat and syrians Are battling for Plo control by Nicolas Tatro associated press Lebanon a a Battle is shaping up Between Yasser Arafat and Syria backed radicals that May ultimately determine who controls the Palestine liberation a test of strength Between Arafat mainline Fatah and the syr Ian backed hardliners is expected to analysis Thatcher raps unilateral disarmament British prime minister Margaret Thatcher addresses the 28th annual session of the North Atlantic Thomas left and lord Chancellor lord Hailsham Center As she warns the Assembly that nuclear Tunisia while the Plo fighters and come at a meeting in Damascus of the 60member Plo Central the policymaking body meets next in a session postponed from the no reason was Given for the members of the eight faction guerrilla organization Are scattered throughout the Middle East after being forced out of the lebanese capital by israels siege last sum Arafat based his operations in Assembly at Church House in Thatcher is disarmament by the West would increase the danger of Radical political leaders have been observed by speaker of the House of commons George conflict with the soviet up see Page 6

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