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Courier News, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1982, Blytheville, Arkansas Eyed as The Associated hundred American troops may be sent into west Beirut as part of a plan to evacuate guerrillas from the besieged PLO U.S. officials said Israel radio said President Reagan agreed to send 1,600 officials traveling with Reagan in California said the troops whose service branches were still under consideration might escort the guerrillas from west Beirut then take up positions abandoned by the PLO they cautioned that no final agreement has been no request has been made for U.S. troops and that if they did become involved they would number less than 1,600, considerably Maybe not more than half that who declined to be said any U.S. involvement in the Lebanese situation would be limited and temporary but acknowledged it was possible a U.S. presence part of E of Missouri Highway which includes the had a holiday troopers said For the holiday which began at 6 p.m. Friday and ended at 6 last there was 39 accidents which resulted in 25 In a traffic law enforcement by troopers netted 25 persons charged with driving while Richardson of Bragg City was taken Saturday night to Pemiscot County Memorial Hospital with moderate injuries sustained in a accident at 9:30 on a gravel road just east of Missouri troopers Richardson's eastbound Jeep went out of control in loose ran off the road and police officers Charles McLemore and George Murphy at 3:30 a.m. today discovered burglaries at the office and old scale house at MFA Grain terminal on the Windows were broken to gain entry to both The only item believed missing thus far is a juvenile was arrested Saturday for the burglary of James Powell's East Sixth Street residence in police several items taken from the including a telephone and clothes have been also reported about worth of groceries stolen Sunday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. from Martha Driver's East Haven purse containing a gold two class and other items was taken from Melida Goff's car burglary Friday at Eugene Thompson's residence in netted thieves in 13 record and a according to Entry was gained through a west also said two youths threw a rock through a right rear door glass of a rented car being driven on Lincoln Avenue by Robert Webster of Va. The incident occurred around 10 p.m. 8:25 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 6:02 a. following figures were provided easl Research and Extension Center in Keiser and are based on data daily at 8 a Hours Precipitation - 0 High temperature - 93 Low temperature - 74 8am temperature 7y 2-inch high soil temp - 102 2-inch low soil temp 80 4-inch high soil temp 99 4.inch low soil temp 82 INSIDE 8 15-19 TV 13-14 6 8 8 8 10-11 3 9 was no immediate comment from Israeli or PLO Beirut is surrounded by Israeli forces who have besieged the estimated 8,000 PLO guerrillas in the Lebanese radio said U.S. Marines would take over positions abandoned by the presumably to ward off possibly reprisal attacks on the Moslem population by Lebanese Christian Israel radio said France agreed to contribute It said the U.S. 6th Fleet would supervise the evacuation from and Washington would the ships needed to take them radio said the guerrillas would go to several including Egypt and It said the guerrillas had refused to go to despite that country's fervent verbal support for the Palestinian radio said the details had been worked out over the nast throe U.S. and Israeli problems of where the guerrillas would go and how they would get there were the main in talks involving U.S. presidential envoy Philip C. Habib and Lebanese negotiators at the presidential palace outside The Ulks are aimed at ending the conflict and arranging removal of PLO Liberation Organization chief Yasser Arafat had offered to withdraw most of his forces from Lebanon if Israel would allow the PLO to leave a token military presence believed to be about 500 men with the Lebanese army and a diplomatic mission in the Cabinet refused the saying all elements of the PLO must leave Lebanon and vowing that until the Israeli army would not ease the grip on invaded Lebanon June 6 to crush the guerrillas and has surrounded Arafat's west Beirut enclave with tanks and troops and cut off vital supplies in an attempt to force them rather than storm the stronghold and risk bloody street Lebanese sources estimate there 8,000 guerrillas and 500,000 civilians trapped in predominantly Moslem west and Lebanese and Palestinian leaders have accused Israel of trying to starve out the remnants of the Israel denied the ac put together another cease fire at sundown Monday to halt exchanges of rocket and mortar fire that marked the heaviest fighting around Beirut since Habib's previous cease-fire was announced June 25. Palestinian news agency WAFA claimed joint PLO and Lebanese leftist forces wiped out a company of Israeli infantry that it said tried to break through Palestinian defenses and advance toward the airport compound forces made no effort to move into west but used tanks and artillery units to ARK. 72315 88-NO. 46 IS CENTS 20 PAGES JULY 6, 1982 VDTs British Columbia Six pregnancies among video display terminal operators at a Canadian hospital produced only one healthy a hospital union pregnancies resulted in one baby was born with a deformed one baby was born a month another had bronchitis and one is Jean of the Hospital Employees Union at Surrey Memorial Hospital said Zavis Zeman of a member of a federal committee studying the impact of said it was the first report the panel has received on a possible connection between the use of video display terminals known as and birth have heard about but not in this gruesome he committee Dr. Harish Jain from McMaster the first hard evidence we've had on Greatbatch said the information from Surrey Memorial emerged two weeks ago at a meeting of union members who use A Soviet Aeroflot jet carrying passengers to western Africa crashed early today near Moscow's Sheremetyevo the government news agency Tass said there were victims in the but Soviet officials refused to give details about the number of victims or their A Western airline source said the plane was believed to have carried about 90 and there were no Flight 411, was en route from Moscow to and Sierra an airport spokeswoman She said it crashed during scheduled for 12:10 a.m. local or 4:10 Ministry of Civil Aviation said a special commission is investigating the cause of the Ministry of Civil Aviation expresses deep condolences to the relatives of the victims of the the Tass report official schedule lists the aircraft for the flight as an but it was not known whether it was the 186-passenger version or the 168-passenger Driving TOMMY CLAYTON CN Staff is not a is a Missouri Trooper David May emphasized during a recent presentation to class of driver education students at South Pemiscot High a Risco native and a 1980 of Murray State said that since a vehicle is a necessity for most people over 16, safe operation of these vehicles is requires 100 percent of a driver's concentration but it can still be a fun said all drivers should be constantly on alert for possible accident Drivers also should predict what could happen cloudy and warm through Widely scattered thundershowers northwest portions tonight and over the state Highs today and Wednesday in the 90s. Lows tonight upper 60s to mid 70s. Partly Partly Trooper David May recently addressed a summer class at South Pemiscot High School on how to drive In addition to his students asked May various questions pertaining to situations and then decide what to do to avoid the accident situations and execute those if all drivers were to drive at maximum May feels there would still be accidents due to such things as weather conditions and vehicle endorsed the 55 speed saying it saves lives and conserves He pointed out that for vehicles traveling at 70 the energy released during a crash is three times as great than at 55 accidents are the number one killer of children between ages one and May noting he was lucky he had never worked an accident in which a child was He cited one in which a 16-month-old child was killed and the trooper working the accident scenes are That's why troopers try to stop accidents before they May Highway Patrolmen regularly cite motorists disobeying traffic This is done not to make money for the state or to punish drivers but to correct dangerous situations and prevent he recent accident in which a young woman was killed could have been in May's if she would have simply slowed her wish I could have pulled her over one mile back and cited her for speeding because she might still be alive he relating that the crash of her car into a bridge was one of the worst he has were shown a film on driver safety in which several severe accident scenes were May explained after the film that it was not intended to scare them but simply to show how serious some accidents are so that the mistakes causing the not be duplicated by the in the film were real and May commented that although troopers are trained to act professionally at the condition of victims can often to more fatal accidents occur on Friday and Saturday between 4 p.m. and May said is no immune time for Most of the victims killed are between the ages of 25 and 34 although all ages are significantly some Missouri traffic May said riders of motorcycles are required to wear helmets and that the head protectors are ineffective unless chin straps are Motorcycle he must drive more defensively because it is hard for other drivers to spot which he said have greatly increased in the past few can only be ridden by licensed drivers although a motorcycle permit is not lot of parents are buying them for their kids but they cannot legally ride them on the public roads until they become May can be licensed and ridden on public roads by licensed May pointed is the largest contributing factor in traffic He was undecided about whether recent legislation modifying driving while intoxicated laws will actually make them stiffer will just be up to the courts how well they are added that drivers this summer and fall should be on the lookout for farm it could be considered dangerous because it is wide and If you are always courteous to they shouldn't pose too great a enclaves near the airport and the neighborhood on the southern edge of where the command center is guerrillas fired back with Katyusha rockets and mortars and in Tel the Israeli military command reported three soldiers were wounded in the Palestinian shells struck the parking lot of the presidential palace in an suburb east of according to a palace The shells destroyed of Foreign Minister Fuad who was conferring with President Elias and wounded his the spokesman state radio reported that Habib relayed word to Lebanese officials that Israel would stop shelling at about 4 p m and correspondents at the said the firing stopped from both sides around Hit in Kirk of Luxora was shot in an altercation with another Luxora man Sunday afternoon Sheriff's deputies report that the man accused of the shooting has been taken into custody Kirk and the suspect were involved in an altercation on a Luxora apparently stemming from a previous disagreement Sheriff's deputies said that Kirk slapped the suspect and the suspect then pulled a gun and shot him in the shoulder Kirk was taken to Osceola Memorial Hospital and the suspect who was is expected to be arraigned Found 27-year-old Blytheville woman Gail was found dead about 5:30 a.m. Sunday of her home in Dogwood Trailer Park in She had a gunshot wound in the left according to She was taken initially to Hospital and later to the State Medical Office in Little No foul pJay is suspected at this according to Blytheville Police Chief Charlie Dies in 42-year-old Osceola Robert died in smoke and fire Sunday morning at his residence on Highway 140 east of Athelstan Sheriff's deputies received a call at 4 a.m. and upon arrival they were met by a man who told them that Richardson was still inside the house The man reported that he and Richardson had been asleep in the house when the fire He told sheriff's deputies that he had tried to Richardson but was unable to do so and was driven outside by the Sheriff's deputies found Richardson apparently overcome by Hurts accident Saturday at 12:15 near Rives resulted in four according to Missouri Highway Patrol Injured moderately were James and Julie Skinner of Blytheville and Eric and Erin both of Kan A trooper said the accident occurred on Highway four miles south of as a northbound car driven by Wendell Skinner of went out of control in a ran off the road and The injured were treated at juveniles were arrested Sunday at the rear of Stereo Systems Service on West Ash Street The suspects were attempting to burglarize the according to Blytheville police At this time nothing has been found food stamp office at 1st and Walnut Streets in Blytheville was discovered burglarized at 2:30 a m this The glass in the front door had been knocked out At this time it has not been established if anything is according to Blytheville burglary Friday at Cherokee Courts in Blytheville resulted in the loss of a refrigerator valued at The unit was taken from an apartment belonging to the Blytheville Housing according to police Glass been removed from the rear theft of two Skil saws valued at from a storage shed behind 1711 W Vine in the home of John was reported Saturday to
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