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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 6, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                HvraldZtltung May 8A Nicaragua says invasion M A N A i U NI a r a g u a i A P I Fonlgn Minister Miguel DKscoto Broekman goes ID New York today to for an emergency Security Council meeting on what Nicaragua claims Is an Invasion by coun A statement from the Foreign Ministry Issued late Thursday said DKscnto Brock man would request the meeting In light aggressive policies of the Keagan administration which are ever Nlruraguan Deputy Korelgn Minister Victor Hugo Tlnoco formally requested the meeting Thursday In a letter to Ambassador Umba dl Lulete of president of the 15nation council for Private talks among the 15 council members were scheduled for this af ternoon and a public meeting of the council was expected to be for Is the third time In less than 11 months that Nicaragua has asked for a council Nicaragua repeatedly has claimed the United States gives support and training to rebels who are trying to topple the leftist Sandlnlsta President Keagan Wednesday acknowledged that the United States Is providing help to Nlcaragxian guerrillas and called them freedom the official Nueva Nicaragua news agency said the Hon duran army attacked with mortars the border village of Since In Nueva Sogovia about 175 miles north of this Military sources said government soldiers battled rebels In In Nueva Segovia about 180 northwest of this Intense fighting also continued in in Nueva 115 miles north of this capital In the province of Nueva the sources The in a radio broadcast monitored In claimed of government soldiers In San Acting Foreign Minister Kkhart Peters told The Associated Press that Nicaragua approves of Costa request for an Organization of American States peacekeeping force to patrol its border with where rebels attacks by the Democratic Revolutionary Alliance AKDKi have intensified in recenV Peters said the Costa Kica consulted the Nlcarguan government several times on the matter before formulating the request the Nicaragua government had released no statement regarding the request by Thursday Costa Hlca says its civil guard cannot adequetely patrol the 100mile Costa Hica does not have a standing Costa Rican President Luis Alberto Monge said last week his goverment wants to maintain strict neutrality and does not want Its territory used to launch attacks against Its northern CosUi Hica wants a peacekeeping force made up of soldiers from Venezuela and Peters the peacekeeping force would allow Costa Kica to maintain neutrality In the conflict and would free Nicaragua from worrying about rebel attacks at its southern Missing oil rings caused neartragedy on flight MIAMI APi Teams of in vestigators began trying to learn why tiny rubber oil seals were missing from an Kastern Airlines Jumbo Jet that lost all power and glided within feet of the ocean before limping back to land when one engine The threeengine Lockheed carrying dropped more than feet In 10 mlnutts Thursday before pilot Dick Bocldy managed to revive the tall jet and guide Flight K55 safely back to Miami International Smoke spewed from the single working engine as the plane As many passengers shaken but and toasting their good fortune boarded another Kastern L1011 to resume their journey to Nassau In the federal and airline officials began looking for the Kastern and National Transportation Safety Board officials said the engines stalled because of oil due to failure to Install small rubber seals called which cost during nightly With the ring the oil was able to leak NTSB spokesman Ira Funnan If oil leaks the engine will Kngincs require Furrnan said the ring shaped which cost fit Into a notch on a oil plug that Is removed nightly from the engines to check for any wear that would show up In the Kach plug Is supposed to carry two New oil plugs were apparently in stalled without the seals Wednesday he leaving space for oil to leak under CIA compromise Senate panel being pushed on aid to rebels WASHINOTON I APi The Senate Intelligence pressed by President Keagan to back covert aid to is considering a compromise that would require him to certify again that the CIA action is in the national congressional sources Under the the House and Senate Intelligence committees could then refuse to release money for the new covert action if they feel it had not been revised enough to meet their the sources Kefuslng tf release the money would kill the program when the current fiscal year said the who spoke only on condition they not be The committee was expected to consider the compromise proposed by Barry the committee chairman at a closed door meeting today Keagan personally lobbied against another proposal that would directly cut off CIA aid for the insurgents who are fighting Nicaraguas leftist The president called one undecided committee Walter D from Air Force One while Hying to Texas on Thursday Although the president has publicly acknowledged aid to the in the covert action remains highly and calls from Air Force One are normally open tran smissions that in the past have been picked up by shortwave radio Carv a Huddleston that of a classified nature was imparted during the conversation and nothing svas talked about that was not already part of the public Alison a White House said that he was not aware of the Huddleston but we would normally take special precautions on telephone calls that involve national Keagan has sharply criticized a 95 vote by the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday to terminate covert aid to the rebels and create instead an open SSO million fund to help governments stop leftist gunrunning in Central War on crime Reagan stressing record in Sun City I AP President behaving like a candidate even while denying that he lias derided to run again in is stressing his administrations war on crime In separate appearances before the National Kifle Association and a group of senior citizen sheriffs People are fed up with Keagan said in remarks prepared for delivery to the annual convention of the NKA The presidents speech stressed ills desire to change firearms laws that needlessly restrict the right of citizens to bear but stopped short of endorsing an NKAbacked bill to remove most restraints on mallorder gun repeal a ban on Import of cheap handguns and make Interstate firearms sales Keagan has consistently opposed guncontrol even after he was wounded In an attempt on his life the president was ex pected to underscore his long standing position for mandatory sentences for crimes committed with Deputy White House Press Secretary I previewing the said the main focus svould be on Including Reagans efforts to abolish toughen the Insanity institute fixed sentences for and combat drug trafficking and organized At the same Speakes said Keagan would Issue a public appeal for full funding of his defense buildup as well as funding for the Kl Salvador which Is fighting leftist Before the NKA the president was traveling by helicopter to Sun to visit the Sheriffs a group of 00 residents bet ween the ages of til and Sil who are trained and deputized by the sheriffs department to patrol control traffic at and watch homes for people who are away on The president flew here Thursday from San where he courted Hlspanlcs by participating in outdoor The outline of a bulletproof vest clearly visible under his tan Keagan spoke to a crowd of about people under a broiling sampled a tostado and met with local officials Newsmakers Jerry Lee Lewis piano to IRS Tenn APi Jerry Lee Lewis electric a baby grand piano and other furniture from his home in Miss are being sold by the federal government because of a tax Dlanne an Internal Revenue Service spokeswoman In said Thursday that proceeds from the May 17 sale at OK Storage and Transfer of Memphis will go toward retiring a tax She would not estimate the value of the The Hen was filed In 1077 against the 17yearold en tertainer and his who drowned last She and Lewis were separated at the time and each had filed for Wallace said the IRS has two other Hens against but would not disclose the Connors wife gets custody MIAMI API The wife of tennis star Jimmy former Playboy pinup Patricia has been granted temporary custody of the couples son Brett under a 30day greement granted in Dade County Circuit will be permitted to visit the child through next although he agreed not to take him from the couples apartment Connors on Thursday also svas granted exclusive use of the apartment for the iO except when her husband Is She sought a divorce and custody of the child In a petition filed last Allen to be honored I AIM Pulitzer Prizewinning cartoonist Trudeau and astronaut Joseph Allen are both getting honorary degrees from DePauw University Inter this creator of the Doonesbury cartoon will be awarded an honorary doctor of humane letters His Jane Pauley of NBC TVs Today was awarded that degree from DePauw in 1978 at age the youngest person to receive that degree at the mission specialist on the space shuttle last November and a I960 DePauw will receive an honorary doctor of science The liberal arts af filiated with the United Methodist will graduate 620 students on May French students riot in Paris PAKLS i AIM Chanting students warned of more violence to come as they and thousands of shopkeepers rioted In the streets against the Socialist governments Dozens of demonstrators and about 50 riot police were The two main disturbances Thursday wen followed by more fighting during the when small groups of extremist students engaged police In a series of running battles In the Latin Quarter of Two policemen were hospitalized with Injuries and about 100 demonstrators were although police said only four would be held for possible The believed to be right wore crash helmets and some carried Iron witnesses The clashes were the latest In a twoweek outbreak of the worst domestic upheaval since President Francois Mitterrand took office in May The who hurled rocks and gasoline bombs at made clear their protests would Hot Hot The springtime will be hot they shouted during u march across the city to protest proposed reforms In the university In a separate police fired tear gas at about artslans and small businessmen who were lobbing garbage at them from overturned Many of the demonstrators were seen on television with bloody faces and Mitterrands economic unveiled In March after the third devaluation of the franc In two has been the target of growing unrest over the last two NEFD A Portable Bldg or stornqo Utility Warehouse or what hiivi you DONT KNOW Where To Buy CONNELL Has 37 stock models or will tnnld according lo your plans or ours most or types Best written warranty on new Short lorm Ho inlnresl linancmg Bank Financing on up BUBDHNJOaM SrmiMii I l AM S IM 30 AM ID IM J3 739 IH36W 629 3696 NEW BRAUNFELS Plant Now For A Shadier Summer ALL SHADE TREES in inventory off Ash Tallow Silver Leaf Maple Kidlnul Kl cVninny in ore to choose 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