New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 6, 1983, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 06, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 6, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas World/National HaralcKeitung Friday May 6 1983Nicaragua says invasion U.S.-supported MANAGUA i AHI F’or**ign Minister Miguel I) Kscoto Brockman goes to New York today to ask for an emergency t' N Sec urity Council meeting on what Nicaragua claims ss an Invasion by U S financed coun terr** volutlonarl«*s A statement from the Foreign Ministry issued Int** Thursday said I >‘Kscoto Brockman would request th*- meeting In light of th** aggressive policies of th** Reagan administration which ar** ever Increasing ' Nicaraguan I »**putv F oreign Minister Victor Hugo Tinoco formally requested th** meeting Thursday in a letter to Ambassador t rnha di Lutete of /.tire president of th** lf* nation council for May Private talks among th** 15 council members were scheduled for this afternoon and a public meeting of the council was expected to be .cal!**<! for Saturday ll is th** third tim** in less than 14 months that Nicaragua has asked for a council meeting Nicaragua repeatedly has claimed th** I mted States gives support and training to rebels who ar** trying to topple the leftist Sandmista government I * re 41 <1 ** n t Reagan Wednesday acknowledged that th** United States Is providing help to Nicaraguan guerrillas and called them freedom fighters Meanwhile. the official Nueva Nicaragua news agency said th** Hon duran army attacked with mortars th** border village of Slue** in Nueva Sogoviu province, about 175 miles north of this capital Military sources said gov **rnm**nt soldiers battled rebels in Zarateras in Nueva Segovia about inn northwest of this capital Intense fighting also continued in JI* aru and Murra in Nueva Segovia 115 miles north of this capital In th** provim *• of Nueva Segovia the sour* ***, said Th** rebels, in a radio broadcast monitored in Tegucigalpa claimed dozens of government soldiers died In San Jose Acting F'oreign Minister F.khart Peters told The Associated Press that Nicaragua approves of Costa Rica > request for an Organization of American States peacekeeping force to patrol its border with Nicaragua where rebels attacks by th** Democratic Revolutionary Alliance ARDEt have intensified in ret en’ days Peters said the Costa Rn a consulted th** Nicarguan government several tim**" un th** mattej before formulating the request Thursday However th** Nicaraguan government had released no statement regarding th** request by Thursday night Costa Rica says its civil guard cannot adequetely patrol the lim mile border Costa Rica does not have a standing army Costa Rican President Luis Alberto Mange said last week his government wants to maintain strict neutrality and doe*- not want Its territory used to launch attacks against its northern neighbor Costa Rica wants a peacekeeping force made up * >! soldiers from Mexico, i ‘anama Venezuela and Colombia Peters said th** peacekeeping force would allow Costa Rica to maintain neutrality in th** conflict and would free Nicaragua from worrying about rebel attacks at Its southern border Missing oil rings caused near-tragedy on flight MIAMI XI Teams of in vestig.itors began trying to learn why tiny rubber oil seals w**r** missing from an Eastern Airlines jumbo jet that lost all power and gilded within 2 si si f ***• t of ti)** ocean bef or •• limping back to land when on** engine revived Th** three engine Rim ktleed I. JOH carrying 172 people dropped more than I*; is**! feet in IO minutes Thursday before pilot I u< k Roddy managed to revive th** tail jet and guide F light H55 safely back to Miami International Airport Smoke spewed from the single working engine as tin* plane landed Vs many passengers .shaken but relieve*!, all*] toasting their good fortune boarded another F.astern I. IOU to resume their journey to Nassau in th** bahamas federal and airline officials began looking for the cause F:.» fern and National Transportation Safety Hoard officials said th** engines stalled because of oil I* akage, due to failure to install small rubber seals * ailed o rings, which cost pennies during nightly maintenunc •• With th** <> ring missing, th** oil wa able to leak out. N I SR spokesman Ira F ur man said ll oil leaks out the engine will fail Engines require luhrt* ut ion F urman said th** thumb u/**d ring shaped seats, which »<>>t pennies fit into a notch on a magnetized oil plug that is removed nightly from th** engine to check for any wear that would show up in the oil Fiat h plug is supposed to « arry tw•* rings New oil plugs were apparently in stalled without tin* seals Wednesday night tie said leaving spa* •* for oil to leak under pressure CIA compromise Senate panel being pushed on aid to rebels WASHINGTON VR The Sen, Intelligence Commute** pres-*-*! President Reagan to ba* k covet? , to Nicaraguan rebels is consider a compromise that would require ti to < erttfy again that th** CIA a* Hor in til** national interest * orig re*-dor sources say I rider til** compromise tin* Hoi and Senate intelligent •* comrmtt* could then refuse to release mor for th** new < overt ai tion if they ft*. had not been revised enough to rm their * oncerns. tile sour* es sal*! Refusing to release the mot would kill the program Sept .to wi th** current fiscal year etuis aul I sources w ii** spoke only on cornin they not ii** identified Til** committee was experted consider til** compromise prop** it**    bySen Harry Coldwater. R Ari/ . Ruby    committee chairman at a * dosed lid    door meeting today rig    Meanwhile    Reagan personally im    lobbied against another proposal that i is    would directly cut off CI A aul for finial    Insurgents who ar** fighting N I* a ta gua s leftist gov* rn merit I-,**    The president calic*! one undecided •es    commit tee membei Sen Walter 1> es    Huddleston from Mr F’«u< «*    »ut** I it    w tub* flying to Texas on Thursday ■•et    Mthough the    president has publicly a* know (edged    I S aul to til** in ♦*>    surgents    tin* covert action remains **n    highly classified arui calls from Air in*    For*** cine ar** normally open trail on missions that in th** past have been picked up by shortwave radio to    operators •*d    Gars    Auxier a Huddleston spokesman said however that nothing of a classified nature was imparted during tit** conversation and not in rn was talked about that was not already [cirl of tile public record Anson Franklin a Whit** House • jMikesman. said that in* was not aware of th* Huddleston (.til, hut added w •* would normally take special pre* autloris on telephone t ails that involve national security " Reagan has sharply criticize*! a W 5 vote by til** House Intelligence Committee * hi Tuesday to terminate covert I S aid to til** rebels and cr**.it** instead an open $so million fund to help governments stop leftist gun running inCentral America War on crime PHOENIX, Ari/. « Al*' * President Reagan behaving like a candidate even while denying he deemed to nm again iii nisi is stressing ins administration s war on i runt* in separate appearances before the National Rifle Assot aition arui a group of senior * ttizen sheriff s deputies People ar** ted lip w Itll crime Reagan said in remarks prepared for delivery to til** annual convention of the Nit A to*lav I ii** president * speech stressed ills desire to change firearms laws that needlessly    restrict tin* right of citizens t»» bear arms. lint .stopped short of eiutor sing an NRA hacked toll to remove most restraints on mail order gun sales r epeal a ban on import of * heap handguns and make int**! tate firearms Males **asi**i Newsmakers Reagan stressing record in Phoenix, Sun City I •: ;;:-T ■ TT^n NEIDA ti 'J Portable Bldg? >r s*' Reagan has consistently op|»*»xed gun control laws even after he wa wounded in an attempt on hi-* lit** Mar* ii 3b IWM instead tin* president was ex peeled lo underscore ills long standing (Misttion (tx mandatory scnteiu •• s foi I rimes committed w itll guns Deputy White House pres-Secretary Iairry Speake* previewing tile speech said til** main focus would Im* on * rime including Reagan s efforts to abolish parole, toughen tin* insanity defense, institute fixer! sentences for crimes and combat drug trafficking and organized crime At til** sam** time Speakes sal*! Reagan would issue a public appeal for full funding of ins defense buildup us w ell as funding for til** FU Sulv ador government, which is fighting leftist rebels Ref or** the NKA pee* ti the president was traveling bv helicopter to Sun ('tty Ari/ to visit the Sheriff s Posse a group «*( 200 residents bet ween the ages of bo anil sir w ho untrained and deputized bv tin* sheriff department to patrol neighborhoods «ontrol traffic at puhlh events and w .itch homes for people w rut are aw av on v ar ation The president flew here Thursday from San Antonio Texas when* he courted Hispanics by participating iii outdoor festivities Tile outline of a bulletproof Vest dearly visible uniter his tan suit Reagan s|N»k** to a crow*I *»t about I IMM* people under a broiling sun sampled a tostado and met with lo* a1 offn nils Jerry Loo Lewis piano to IRS Mi At PH I > U n AU Jerry I.**** Lewis electro piano a baby grand (nan** and other furniture from his home in N*• shit Miss are tieing sold bv the federal government bet ause of a tax lien Uiarin** Walla*** an Internal Revenue Service spokeswoman in Nashville sail! Thursday that proceeds from th** May 17 sale at r »K Storage ami Transfer Lo of Memphis will go toward retiring a $274.UMI tax Heil She would not estimate the value *»f til** go***ls The lien was flied in I tf 77 against the 47 year old en tertalner and his w ife Juren who drow tied last June Site and I .**w is were separated at tile time and each had filed for divorce Ms Wallace said tin* lits lias two oilier liens against Lew is, hut would not disclose tile amount Connors wife gets custody MIAMI < AP» The wife of tennis star Jimmy Connor*, former Playboy pinup Patricia Connors has bean granted temporary custody of the couple s 3* year old ion Hrett under a 3b day agreement granted in Dude County Orcutt Court Connors. 3b, will be permitted to visit tile * ii11*I through next Monday .(.though he agr*-***! twit to Lake him from the couple's apartment Mr*> Connor** on Thursday also wa** granted exclusive use of tin* apartment for tin* 30 days, except w hen her husband Is visiting Sh** sought a divorce and custody tif th** « mid in a petition filed la st w eek Trudeau, Allen to be honored GREENCASTLE Iud (API — Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist Garry H Trudeau and astronaut Joseph P Allen are both getting honorary degrees from DePauw I nlverstty later tilts month Trudeau. 35 creator of th** Doonesbury cartoon strip, will tie awarded an honorary doctor of humane letters degree His w if** Jane Pauiey of NRC TV"* Today Show,'' was awarded that degree from DePauw in lW7k at age 38. the youngest person to receive that degree at the university Allen 45 mission specialist on the spa* e shuttle last November and a IW5W DePauw graduate will receive an honorary doctor of science degree The liberal arts college, af filiated with the I Jilted Methodist Church, will graduate 620 students on May 21 have . BEAT THE HEAT CLEARANCE OOH I KNOW G    a Where To Huy-' g* s CONNELLft ar    VA *-•»«.    i    .    (A *1* a French students riot in Paris PARIS AU* Chanting studenls warned ut more violence to came as they and thousands «if shopkeepers rioted In the it reels against the Sodalist government S policies I Mizens of demonstrator* and about 5b riot police were injured The two main disturbances Thursday were followed by more fighting during tile night w lien small groups of extremist students engaged police in a series of running battles in the I.attn Quarter of Parts INvo policemen were hospitalized with injuries and about na* demonstrators were arrested although police said only four would I*** held for possible prosecution The demonstrators, believe*! to be right wing wore crash helmets and some carried iron i*ars w itnesses said Tile clashes wen* the latest in a two week outbreak of the wurst domestic upheaval since President F'runcois Mitterrand took office in May Iwsi Fhe students, win* hurled rocks and gasoline bombs at police made clear their protests would continue Hot' Hot* The springtime will he hot’" they shouted during a march across the city to protest proposed reforms in the university system In a separate clash police f I red tear gas at about 2b.IMM) artstuns and small businessmen who were lobbing garbage at them from overturned bins Many of th** demonstrators were seen on television with bloody faces and limbs Mitterrand's economic program, unveiled in March after the third devaluation of the franc in two years, lias been the target of growing unrest over the last two w eeks Best written warranty on new buildings VHofl l#*w Nu lAltetlf blunt .fig Mink UiUrtcinq on St (KH) up £ 6 Plant Now For A Shadier Summer ALL SHADE TREES in inventors ta COTS!N*_LX • • . nua-xarjcm. •*1 BB • AV ..ii T * I 'J    C ■    • • • s‘ A    *.-•«•    ■ a    NEW    HMA *    ' •Live I >.tk •Arizona Ash •( bines* Fallow •SiK« r Leaf Maple • K< (ihiid 20% off •linen Ash • Sn canon* • Ha I led I \ pres* •Elm A- th ii ii y thor* fit chints* (nun Sancta, tyvuiem (fatten cee I anda Sr New Braunfels I * v2 ' H04 7 go* die Qimque Jo* gWe/i... ^*i Cie +'*4/ awa Az4z«/ tm a Ttmifmc 7sts air    Se&tmf rn •Folk Art •Silk Flou « rn •Kitchen Itema •Gourmet dr Gmiqe fit •Baske ta •I'm Ware •Stuffed Animals •('andxes •Maids S! 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