Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Nov 29 1982, Page 4

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 29, 1982, Tokyo, Japan 4 National Pacific stars and stripes november 1982 Fri wants surveillance Laws eased Washington up the trying to counter increased terrorist violence in the United wants restrictions eased on Domestic surveillance and use of the National Law a weekly lawyers said the Fri is quietly and quickly changing its approach to counter a recent Rise in terrorism that has resulted in five deaths so far this Oliver Revell assistant director of the Bis criminal investigative said the Fri is concerned about the increase in terrorist but said terrorists usually Call attention to their causes without causing terrorism is he in most cases these people Are playing to an audience they want to opposition expected any major changes in Fri guidelines would Likely generate opposition in the original guidelines were drafted in 1976 in reaction to Well publicized abuses of Power by the in the Bis role in the recent a scam investigation of congressional corruption prompted Calls to rein in the Agency the guidelines now in effect permit initiation of Domestic Security investigations if an individual or group is involved or is Likely to become involved in in the Fri wants changes in the standards for use of agents May use Only established Bureau informants in preliminary or limited the journal said the Bis terrorism analysis group has been operating on an experimental basis for about three monitoring activities of groups with overseas links and receiving daily Cia and military intelligence terrorism in the United states declined Between 1977 and but Rose sharply last sidewalk santas hit streets of new York new York up one of the Christmas seasons oldest traditions was rung in Friday when 40 sidewalk santas took up their positions with Bells and Chimney collection baskets in front of new York cites depart ment after a Hearty breakfast at a Midtown Manhattan restaurant the santas paraded through times Square before dispersing to their assigned posts to collect donations for the volunteers of the 40 All shapes and bellied up to the breakfast table As close As their layers of padding under red and White Santa suits would allow they pulled Down their curly White beards to eat sausage and French Toast and drink hot Coffee while their Bells rested near their children who spotted the Jolly old Nicks on the Street outside the restaurant and parents push Man killed after arguing Over who found America a a City maintenance worker was stabbed to death with a Pitchfork during an argument with a coworker Over who discovered police John of East Hartford has died in Hartford Hospital after being stabbed repeatedly in the Chest and police Charles of who had worked with Plaza for several was charged with he was being held on Bond pending appearance in Hartford Superior Hartford police Joseph Croughwell said Plaza and Brown were arguing As the Cit owned truck they were in pulled into the parking lot of the Goodwin memorial Golf when they got out of the Brown charged Plaza with a Croughwell Croughwell said Plaza staggered to a nearby maintenance shed where another City employee who witnessed the attack called for an Amu police told the Hartford courant the stabbing was triggered by an argument Over whether Christopher Columbus discovered a woman who described herself As Browns Katherine of said Brown and Plaza had socialized together frequently and were like i really believe it because they were the Best of Warner i cant really believe they were arguing about for the 53rd the bulbs on 46 Miles of lighting of the Christmas lights on country club Plaza wiring were turned on at the annual thanksgiving in Kansas pied them closer to the santas to take America has been collecting Dona a few enthusiastic women tons from the Day after thanksgivi kissed some of the who seemed to take All the attention in ing to Christmas said Richard the new York division executive director of the for 87 the volunteers of Salyer delivered some advice to the santas at their times Square telling them to ring their Bells loudly to attract attention to be keep their beards on straight and avoid onions or other spicy stateside three tornadoes hit Louisiana up three tornadoes twisted across Central Louisiana knocking Down Trees and Power lines and rupturing Gas the Rapides Parish sheriffs office no injuries were sheriffs spokesman Steve Erwin said one Tornado touched Down Miles West of Alexandria near Louisiana Downing Trees and Power another ruptured Gas lines in but no fires were he a third Tornado knocked Down Trees and Power lines in Pineville while Rains caused some officials state police said they could not estimate How much damage the tornadoes caused in the three Trees Are Down across some of the a trooper theres some Utility lines Down and some Gas lines that Disney reach Accord los Angeles a the a act and Walt Disney productions have announced that the movie maker has agreed to a series of actions designed to expand the role of minorities in the film the agreement comes three months after Benjamin executive director of the National association for the advancement of coloured said the organization would target a major film studio for possible Boycotts to improve minorities roles both in front of and behind Hooks never identified the targeted but said talks were planned with All major under the the movie maker said it will exert influence to achieve increased use of Blacks in the production and performance of it also said it will work for promotion of Blacks and other minorities into senior management positions and Black representation on the Board of mormon first Counselor Dies Salt Lake City a president Eldon first Counselor to mormon Church president Spencer died at Home he was Church spokesman Jerry Cahill said doctors attributed tanners death to cardiac Tanner had been in ill health for some suffering from Parkinson disease in recent in addition to serving As a Counselor to Tanner was a Counselor to three previous presidents of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latte Day exec guilty of mob bribe scheme new York a Warner communications executive Solomon Weiss was convicted saturday of taking bribes to have the giant entertainment conglomerate buy Stock in a mob infiltrated assistant treasurer of was convicted of one count of three counts of mail fraud and three counts of he was acquitted on six other counts which included mail obstruction of Justice and aiding the filing of false corporate tax

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