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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 14, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas World National July PLO will surrender for recognition By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Palestine Liberation its trapped forces outgunned by massive Israeli firepower and abandoned by Arab wants recognition before agreeing to leave PLO and Lebanese sources The who asked to remain said Tuesday that PLO chairman Yasser Arafat would order his fighters cornered in west Beirut to surrender their weapons and evacuate by sea under 6th Fleet escort if Washington recognizes his guerrilla agreement to this demand would be a stunning setback for Israel and a triumph for the which has teetered on military defeat since Israel launched its massive in vasion of Lebanon June 6 to crush the Washington has refused to recognize the PLO until the group acknowledges Israels right to exist and agrees to frameworks for a Middle East The Jewish state has threatened to invade west Beirut unless the PLO leaves but no Arab governments have offered refuge to the guerrilla An emergency Arab League meeting on the crisis was scrapped Tuesday because not enough members wanted to Lebanese officials and war correspondents said Israel moved more tanks and troops Tuesday to positions outside the besieged PLO but a ceasefire arranged two days earlier by presidential envoy Philip Habib appeared to be The sources estimate between and Israeli troops backed by 300 tanks and up to 500 armored personnel carriers surround west where the guerrillas have blended with the estimated An attack would mean bloody fighting and heavy casualties on all PLO leaders said they would be more open to a political solution if they received but stopped short of offering to We are fighting for to force the United States to recognize Arafats political adviser Hani alHassan said I am sure that If there were direct talks between the PLO and America through Philip it would be a very important step for the and the PLO would be ready to be more flexible and rethink a lot of he In Secretary of Statedesignate George Shultz said at his Senate confirmation hearings that the Reagan administration is following the policy that Has banned negotiations between the PLO arid the United But he said representatives of the Palestinian people should be represented in the Middle East peace The United States and Israel claim the PLO has never explicitly recognized Israels right to But the PLO says it formally recognized Israels right to exist in when it endorsed a Soviet Middle East peace plan that called for secure boundaries for the Jewish Safety board recommends new recorders for airliners WASHINGTON AP in disturbed by the quality of information from recorders aboard Pan Am Flight say the equipment used to monitor the final seconds of a doomed jetliner is often outdated and The National Transportation Board the Federal Aviation Ad ministration on Tuesday to require that cockpit voice recorders used by most of the nations airlines be replaced over the next two years because the model has been proven The safety board also said the socalled flight data recorders used by most of the industry dates back 30 years and monitors fewer aircraft functions than could be recorded if a more modern digital version were What the safety board is seeking is to be sure that we dont go into the 21st Century with technology for accident investigation that originated in the declared James the boards Burnett said the problems are hindering accident investigation and may prevent the discovery of information that could prevent future If we do not move now to correct the problems with the cockpit voice recorders and improve the quality of the flight data recorders that we have many lives will be lost because of the failure to get the in formation from the accidents that hap Burnett The two encased in orange boxes able to protect against intense heat and great are housed near the section of commercial jets and almost always withstand a They are the most vital instruments aboard an airplane for accident in But in the case of the Pan American World Airways jetliner that crashed Friday at outside New the socalled black boxes have caused frustration for The death toll from the crash stands at including some people killed on the The cockpit voice which monitors conversations among crew members on a continuous 30minute loop is fluctuates in and contains background conversations which apparently came from the machines failure to erase previous con We got an undamaged The we are was in the quality of the Burnetttold At the same investigators said the flight data recorder used aboard most including Flight fails to some critical information that could be preserved by a more modern digital The safety which has only power to urged that the FAA require that the current recorders be replaced by the digital Six carriers already are using some digital recorders and a number of foreign aviation agencies already require the safety board Royal British reassessing palace security AP News Special By JEFF BRADLEY Associated Press Writer The British alarmed at how easily an intruder slipped into the queens is one of many governments concerned about protection for their leaders at France is considering tightening while the United Zimbabwe and the Vatican already have done A survey Tuesday by Associated Press bureaus around the world shows President with White House radar to warn of air attack and rooftop sniper and Emperor Hirohito of with imperial guards and a palace are among the best defended world Soviet officials wont even say where President Leonid Brezhnev He is thought to have an apartment on Kutuzovsky a main thoroughfare in central and to spend time at a secret or country outside Governments in many other countries also declined to reveal what security precautions are taken for their Britain has launched an investigation into whether Buckingham Palaces 43 24 dog surveillance cameras and electronic listening devices are adequate to protect Queen Elizabeth who was startled last Friday to find 31yearold Michael Fagan in her Here is how some other world leaders are protected United States Reagans security was tightened after the attempt on his life last His motorcades frequently contain a decoy presidential aircraft are equipped with devices to ward off heatseeking and Reagan often wears a bulletproof vest in Japan Emperor Hirohitos palace in Tokyo is protected by The grounds are patrolled by about 200 pistolbearing imperial policemen and are surrounded by a preceded by eight gates with guarded bridges and a high France About 40 members of the national police guard the presidents Elysee Palace in But last Commandant Christian head the antiterrorist Intervention Group of the National was ap pointed to reassess Vatican Pope John Paul IPs living quarters are on the fourth floor of the palace overlooking Peters and a visitor has to pass six or seven I V s 1 I I Missy Junior Sportswear price Special selections in fine 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