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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 20, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                Britain wants details of Libyan plot JA Egypt AP Britain is seeking details about two Britons accused of serving on a Libyan assassination squad and about allegations that Libya was plotting to kill British Prime Ministef Mafgafet sources said The British who spoke on con dition they not be said British Ambassador Michael Weir met with Egyptian Foreign Ministry officials on Monday after the arrest last weekend of Anthony William and Godfrey Philip both of Egypt has accused Shiner and Gill of being part of a totiMfiembef Libyan hit teitn sent to Cairo by Libyan leader mar Khadafy to kill former Libyan Prime Minister AbdelHamid in broadcast an appeal on its staterun radio Monday for the overthrow of Egyptian President Hosni The British sources said Britain was seeking information about Shiner and Gill and statements by Mubarak and Egyptian officials that Libya was plotting to kill But the sources refused to give details of the meeting or say whether Weir received information substantiating the claims that the suspects had related Libyan plans to assassinate Chancellor Helmut Kohl of West King Fahd of Saudi Arabia and several other world Mubarak has said Ubya also may have been involved in the 31 assassination of Indian Prime Minister Indira Shiner and two Maltese were arrested Saturday shortly before Mubarak announced that Egyptian security had used faked photographs showing Bakoush in a pool of blood to trick Libya into believing he had been Egypt said the Libyan who were to have hired Egyptian collaborators to carry out the hired undercover police who staged a sham abduction and shooting of The collaborators had pictures showing Bakoush feigning death sent to the Libyan Embassy in Libyas official radio announced Friday that Bakoush had been executed by suicide squads loyal to but Bakoush appeared Saturday at a news conference in Cutting costs Reagan advisors pessimistic about deficit slashing On Egyptian security agents took Shiner to a downtown Cairo bank to draw out which officials said was to have been his share of the Libyan reward for killing B In Gills wife Rosemary described the allegations against her husband as a terrible mistake and denied that her husband was a professional My Tony would not hurt a she I have seen him stop our car and pick up an injured bird or put a bee out of the window rather than kill snares fugitives SANTA AP President Reagans budget advisers are privately ex pressing alarm at what they view as the near impossibility of significantly reducing the federal deficit without violating Reagans campaign promise against raising One administration speaking on the condition that he remain questioned why Reagan issued a firm notaxincrease campaign pledge in the face of overwhelming odds that he would have been reelected without At the beginning of the campaign in the president said he would raise taxes only as a last But as he continued to berate Democratic challenger Walter Mondale for suggesting there would be no way to cut the deficit without a tax Reagans pledge became more and more a few days before the 6 Reagan declared taxes would be raised over my dead The official said the 12 highlevel officials who form the group developing a 1986 fiscal year budget appear to be hopelessly deadlocked as they seek ways to achieve billion in spending The group includes the administrations leading such as White House Chief of Staff James Baker Budget Director David Stockman and presidential assistant Richard along with its leading Counselor Edwin Meese and his sometime Treasury Secretary Donald who will be nominated again in January to succeed William French Smith as attorney apparently believes the budget process is his last chance to lay out a conservative agenda for Reagan to follow in his second While the group agreed to a target deficit of roughly billion in declining to just over billion in it currently has no idea where the billion savings will come Without further the 1986 deficit currently is projected at Although the group met for more than 12 hours last the official said some of the time was wasted with various statements of the such as the government needs to make more The quandary the group is facing is that the big ticket items where the most significant savings could be achieved have been ruled off limits by For the president promised during the campaign not to reduce Social Security and deputy press secretary Marlin Fitzwater reiterated that pledge again Defense spending is another area where it ap pears unlikely Reagan would agree to reductions as he pursues his massive military The budget group members disagree on whether to continue to increase defense and if so by how Westmoreland almost left interview NEW YORK AP Retired William Westmoreland says he considered walking out when CBS News correspondent Mike Wallace surprised him with questions about a 14yearold Vietnam War con but stayed because he feared that would be considered an admission of Westmoreland testified on Monday for a third day in his million libel lawsuit against the saying being interviewed by Wallace was like participating in my own lyn who commanded forces in Vietnam from 1964 to sued Wallace and others at the network over the 1982 The Uncounted Enemy A Vietnam The broadcast charged West moreland deliberately suppressed information in 1967 showing enemy strength was the broadcast wanted to show his forces were winning the As a CBS President Lyndon Johnson and others in Washington may have been taken bv surprise when the communists launched the powerful Tet offensive in January Westmoreland told the jury that who narrated the and George who produced persuaded him to come to New York for the 1981 interview by promising the broadcast would be educational and objective and not like 60 the CBS news magazine that regularly features stories by He was told the topic would be the general role of intelligence and the press in the Vietnam par ticularly around the time of the Tet he He said he researched those subjects to refresh his memory and prepare for the The interview focused on a dispute in the fall of 1967 between West morelands staff and other analysts over the size of the enemy the troops were The broadcast showed West moreland contradicting his earlier public Door kickers hit motel in Seguin NEW YORK AP The largest manhunt in history has led to the capture of more than fugitives wanted for crimes ranging from murder and rape to bail jumping and parole according to sources close to the twomonth More than 100 Marshals Service inspectors conducted the investigation that rounded up numerous repeated violent working alongside local and state police in eight Eastern The FIST operation the letters stand for Fugitive Investigative Strike Teams was the seventh conducted by the federal mar according to the The marshals and police officers who worked on the spoke on condition they not be identified until the in vestigation was revealed The Justice Department scheduled a news conference today in Officials said At torney General William French Smith would announce the results of the probe along with Stanley director of the marshals FIST 7 was coordinated in secrecy from an otherwise abandoned building at Fort Totten in the borough of which is headquarters for the 77th Army Reserve From FIST teams swooped down on fugitives throughout New New Jer Rhode Massachusetts and Sources said the agents also developed evidence that led to arrests in Florida and FIST teams operated in the five boroughs of New York City and upstate in Rochester and according to the There also were FIST subdivisions in and according to the One of those wanted in an executionstyle slaying that police said occurred during a drug deal gone was traced to where marshals and Dade County SWAT team members captured him after a lengthy foot accused of killing his brother and wounding his mother and another was arrested in Youre talking about guys who are violent repeated violent said one marshals service inspector who worked on the Many of these guys are career Four undercover sting operations were part of FIST In fugitives were contacted and told they had won a radio station contest for a limousine tour of Hartford and free tickets to an upcoming rock con SEGUIN AP Authorities were searching today for three men who kicked in the door of a Seguin motel room and robbed the Police say they believe the Monday morning robbery was another in a series of what authorities have labeled kicker which have plagued Central Texas for the past two Officers said the robbery at the Best Western Motel off Interstate 10 in Seguin was similar to one Sunday in San Antonio and one last Thursday in San Authorities are trying to determine if there is a connection between the In each police one or more robbers kicked in the door of a motel flashed and robbed the Elinda and Leslie both of told investigators they were asleep when the door of their room at Seguin was kicked in about All the robbers said was Just shut up and be said Robert Seguin assistant police They repeated that several times while they were Zobroski said two of the intruders pointed guns at Woodyard and Rutland while another man went through the pockets of a pair of They got in that pair of Wrangler and a belt buckle embossed with the name Zoboroski Im hoping that since they didnt get a very big haul these people might go elsewhere from now Victims described all three in truders as being in the middle to late 20s and said they were wearing dark The dead bolt was fastened on the door that was kicked in and it took a good chunk out of the Zobroski At San two one with a entered a room at the Shafer Motel and took about and a caliber pistol belonging to a On doors to two rooms at the Shafer were also kicked in and the guests A guest at a San Antonio motel was robbed Sunday night after his door was kicked Weather BANK CLOSING The following banks and savings loan associations will be closed for Thursday November Commerce Bank Federal Saving Loan New BraunfelsSftttlerSan Marcos Wimberley MBCHlkNew Braunfels MPACT Banking 24 hours daily Braunfels Saving Loan Association Braunfels National Bank Transact Bank Open 24 Antonio Savings Loan Association Please arrange your business USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second Class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Kramer General Manager Claude Elnora Manager Robert Mike Grist Advertising Manager Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbe Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Patricia YznagaKing Wire Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable salestax Carrier delivery in Comai Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 5 one Wail delivery outside Coma in 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 months one year Postmaster Send changes to New DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Patricia Ann Third Seele School Texas temperatures Tuesday High and low for the 24hour period ending Hi Lo Ppn 37 45 30 44 Beaumont Pott Arthur 60 45 64 45 55 BryanCollege Station 52 44 35 Corpus 45 Dalhart 28 Dallas 40 Del Rio 44 El Paso 34 Fort 41 Galveston 47 44 Houston Junction Longview Lubbock Marfa San San Antonio Stephenville Waco Wichita Falls Texas 45 40 000 47 44 42 32 44 35 51 36 37 44 38 36 45 43 39 36 A dreary day was forecast for most of Texas today as forecasters called for mostly cloudy cool temperatures and rain or scattered showers over most of the Only extreme West Texas was expected to have clear skies and warming A blanket of low clouds covered all but West Texas ai dawn Some light rain was reported along southern portions of the Edwards Plateau between Del Junction and Early morning temperatures were near freezing in the Panhandle and in the upper 30s over the rest of West Elsewhere readings were mostly in the 40s except in South Texas where readings in the 50s and low 60s were Extremes ranged from 31 at Amarillo to 63 at Other readings around the state early today included 40 at Wichita 41 at DallasFort 43 at 44 at Austin and San 47 at Corpus 46 at 37 at San 33 at Lubbock and 36 at both Midland and El Forecasts called for cloudy skies and cool temperatures with widely scattered showers in North Highs were to range from 45 to Isolated showers were expected in the Concho Valley early but the rest of West Texas had cloudy skies east of the mountains and sunny skies were expected in far West Highs were to range from 42 in the Panhandle to 72 in the Big Bend area of Southwest It was to be cloudy and cold in South Texas with a chance of Highs were to be in the 50s and The Nation A high pressure system over Canada pushed cold air into much of the nation east of the Rockies A record low was set at where a 19degree reading this morning broke the previous record of 20 for Nov 20 Temperatures overnight dropped to near zero over northern Minnesota and tem peratures in the teens to 20s were common from the northern twothirds of the Plains to the northern half of the Atlantic The Northwest was rainy and a travelers for snow at higher was posted for the Washington A few showers dampened parts of the Carolines and southern Snow was falling south of lakes Erie and where travelers advisories were in As much as four inches of snow were Light snow was reported over northern Michign and inland portions of western New York Temperatures around the nation at 3 EST ranged from 1 below zero at In ternational to 77 at Key ft Mitt Brought To You NEW BRAUNFELS NATIONAL BANK 6258S87 1000 v TelterZ   

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