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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 14, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Shultz questions Castros sincerity about peace WASHINGTON AP Dismissing overtures from Cubas Fidel Castro as a lot of Secretary of State George Shultz says a peaceful settlement In Nicaragua is possible only if the Sandmista government takes a democratic In an interview Wednesday in his Shultz adopted a tough stance toward both Cuba and Nicaragua even while defending an expanded dialogue with the Soviet with which the two Marxist countries have close He called negotiations with Moscow a damage control operation essential to reducing but brushed aside recent statements by Castro that Cuban relations could improve in President Reagans second Its a lot of Shultz said in an interview to be broadcast Saturday by the Voice of America on its 30th What we look Its a lot of Shultz said in an in terview to be broadcast Saturday by the Voice of America on its 30th What we look for is some change In his for is some change in his And his behavior is to continue to try to export revolution all over the Shultz said Nicaragua doesnt show any signs at all of an inclination to live up to the stated aims of its own He ac cused Nicaraguas leftist govern ment of holding a conscientious oblector hostage and said the action belies the words ttiey like to Shultz said the incident involving Jose Manuel Urbina Lara prompted Costa Honduras and El Salvador to refuse to attend a meeting on settling the conflicts in Central Were ready to help in the Con tadora process in any way we Shultz We But we dont see the talks with Nicaragua getting The Contadora a collection of Latin American nations seeking a peaceful resolution to Central Americas announced cancellation of the meeting Wed nesday in Mexico Victor Hugo Nicaraguas deputy foreign said the political will of the United States is behind this Shultz said the adminstration was ready to talk to but its a question whether Nicaragua will agree and live up the pledges it made to the OAS Organization 6f American namely to have a country governed in a democratic In the in which an Associated Press reporter par Shultz denounced Evan the ambassador to who was quoted in a New York Times article as saying theres something about the foreign service that takes the guts out of Shultz said that when a foreign service officer was killed a few years ago in a terrorist incident in Namibia in 35 other officers volun teered to take his place on the dangerous The guts that people display is Just really Shultz Shultz said of when he says it the Foreign Ser vice takes the guts out of people somebody ought to tie his tongue for New Braunfels February 8A Arsonists blamed in hotel fire Philippines AP The military today blamed ar sonists for a fife that killed at least 24 people in one of Manilas largest luxury hotels and was still burning nearly two days after it broke the official Philippine News Agency In a typewritten note delivered to two news a previously unheard of The claimed responsibility for the fire as a protest of and Japanese support for President Ferdinand Firefighters battled heavy smoke and intense heat to try to recover more bodies from the Among the identified dead were five three a Canadian and an Funeral home operators said several of the unidentified bodies were those of All indications are that it was the job of the agency quoted Victor Natividad as The general heads the Philippine Constabularys Manili command and supervises ihd capitals police Natividad said his investigators were taking Statements ttottt witnesses who said the fire began simultaneously on the second and ninth floors of the 11story Regent of although fife officials at the scene had earlier debunked such The agency also reported Natividad as saying probers were investigating reports that sub versives had infiltrated the hotels employees The fire broke out about Wednesday CDT Tuesday in the 464room Authorities said the death toll could go higher because of fear some of the 370 guests and an undetermined number of em ployees may have suffocated after becoming trapped in the smoke filled Regent of Manila hotel in suburban Vietnamese troops destroy major Khmer Rouge camp VIIA O A A TYTSTTl A fj KHAO Thailand AP Vietnamese in their fier cest offensive this toppled one major Communist Khmer Rouge base and seized part of another today in the hills of western Thai military officers Under a heavy umbrella of ar tillery Vietnamese troops pushed from the south and east in a threepronged attack that sent hundreds of Khmer Rouge guerrillas retreating to the officers The Vietnamese overran Khao seven miles southeast of and took over half of Phnom the main Khmer Rouge headquarters eight miles to the the officers Chettha deputy commander of the Eastern Border Task said he expected the Vietnamese forces to complete the takeover of the Khmer Rouge headquarters by Chettha said a rear guard Khmer Rouge force was trying to hold off the Vietnamese while the main force units retreated into the jungles with their equipment and food Hanois advances if would be the most stunning setback yet dealt to the Khmer hardbitten fighters who have roamed the Kampuchean coun tryside for the past 15 years and successfully defended their moun tainous strongholds against previous bloody Vietnamese Hundreds of Khmer Rouge guerrillas fleeing the assault on the Khao DinPhnom Chakrey stronghold trudged northward on a dirt road near this border village about 19 miles from the key Thai border town of The guerrillas dragged with them recoilless even two Lets Information about your changing telephone service Jmm Doyle ManagerCommunity Relations Divestiture revisited one year later A little over three years ago to be exact we were stunned by the announcement that would divest Itself of 22 operating including Southweslern in exchange for the federal government dropping its 8yearold anti trust Most of us remember that moment where we were when we heard the the looks on the faces around the feeling In the pit of the stomach as It slowly dawned on us what it was going to take to dismember the worlds largest We did what we had to do all the while wondering if it would it Although every one of us is still analyzing divestitures effects on our responsibility areas and working out the weve rorne a long Service has remained at quality levels A year when divestiture took some thought the Bell System breakup would cause local telephone service to deteriorate But It And the many changes havent always been easy on you or on We still dont know where some of our longtime work friends in other departments wound And 1 can imagine the consternation of many customers who had been accustomed over the years to one call doing being told overnight they would have to get their own Tb help you with your we introduced a series of infor mational booklets in 1984 called as a result of your more booklets are coining this including a series for small New new services and budget cutting One of the principal axioms of our business has always to serve we must earn Since thats never been truer In Its important to point out weve managed to get through the first year on our own as a standalone company without any significant Increase in local residence In flatrate residential service Increased only 30 cents per month in 1984 and that was the result of a rate filing a year And despite all the havoc of our internal measure ments tell us service has never been better In But more than we understand that really satisfying cus tomers requires a great deal more than looking good on a monthly service We know we have some weak but were Work ing on You the ultimate judge Is not what our surveys tell but what you tell And serving you Is our only We appreciate the oppor tunity to do Southwestern Bell telephone Texans providing telecommunications tor a growing Doyle Bebee SW Bell Telephone 403 South River TX 78155 They told reporters the Khao DinPhnom Chakrey area was basically under Vietnamese The Phnom Malai which the Khmer Rouge have held since is in densely rugged moun tains which jut like a tooth into According to Thai Vietnams offensive was aimed at trapping the guerrillas against the Thai border by simultaneous strikes from the east against Phnom Malai and from the south against Khao Din Phnom Thai military sources said Viet namese gunners lobbed 50 rounds of artillery into three Thai Thai gunners returned the the sources Salya com mander of the Eastern Field said more than civilians from Khmer Rouge camps in the area had fled to and Thai villagers were displaced by the According to the United Nations border relief Kampucheans have crossed the border during Vietnams BRUNLRS Briefs and Bikinis Hanes Hosiery 3 20 Off our best selling briefs and bikinis in white and and to save on all our styles including fashion and basic Hanes Tummy Underalls and Under scene Bras and Olga Bras Under scene now save on several styles of fine and most sizes 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