Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Nov 29 1982, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 29, 1982, Tokyo, Japan Jul 12 22 0 go 3 s n a 175 Pacific stars and Joseph Burlas Tau Oon an authorized Runoff ill publication for the personnel of the department Man Row in Wohor 9q 1 qa9 m 37th 332 25 c other agencies and authored or Row the command november 1 record Trade deficit forecast Washington a the nations foreign Trade deficit widened to billion in october and seems certain to set a record for the Commerce department officials and the Prospect is for yet another record deficit next year As the Economy struggles to recover from Commerce Secretary Mai while the value of imports pushed Colm Baldrige upward by a bigger Bill for imported merchandise exports dropped Oil Rose percent to 4 percent to billion in october the deficit for the first 10 months White House withdraws proposal to tax jobless Page of the year stands at still Short of the 1978 record of a big portion of this years red Ink has come in just the past few the deficit for August was a on month record of see Page 10 a looting suspect fends off a Nightstick blow from a policeman after Natiku flux klan demonstrators clashed with officers and turned to other crime following a klan rally across from the White police were out in Force to prevent a clash Between the klan and its twelve officers were apparently none a klan rally touches off violence compiled from wire services Washington several thou Sand Natiku flux klan demonstrators clashed with police saturday in a teargas tossing Melee following cancellation of a planned Kkt March and a police escort of 40 klansmen out of town after a Short klan the demonstrators also hurled bricks and bottles at police and overturned cars in what the police chief called Blind senseless rage triggered by the first klan rally in the nations capital in 57 twelve police officers and seven demonstrators including a 13yearold boy were none during the violence that followed cancellation of the March a move aimed at protecting the police chief Maurice Turner said 38 people were including 12 on felony burglary charges resulting from other charges ranged from assaulting a news photographer and a City transit officer to disorderly conduct and crossing a police police in riot gear used tear Gas to disperse the youths roamed downtown streets throwing rocks through including those in the historic Home see Page 10 strike called off does Solidarity want truce Poland a the Solidarity virtually ignored in a recent Call for nationwide on saturday cancelled strikes planned for next month and indicated it wants a truce with the martial Law the outlawed unions Clandestine leaders urged in leaflets that poles hold peaceful memorials and celebrate masses on 16 for workers slain in clashes with authorities in 1970 and the which marked the first time Solidarity had revoked a strike Call under martial came 17 Days after poles gave Only meager support to a nationwide strike called by Solidarity on since the government has proclaimed Solidarity a fiasco and made conciliatory gestures seen As hints that it is preparing to ease nearly a year of martial the leaflet said Solidarity fugitive temporary coordinating commission has renewed its support for Union Leader Lech who was released 13 after 11 months see Page 10

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