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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 19, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas July 7A accuses Nicaragua of terrorism support Nicaragua AP Saying Americas official aaCgaUS texuf citizens in Honduras nnri cmuiit note ana said tne note contained very personnel in Honduras tvnntH na tiu The leftist government said the US statement demonstrates that America is preparing the groundwork for an invasion of The in a diplomatic note presented by Ambassador Harry were made public by the Sandmista Front government as it prepared for todays celebration of the sixth anniversary of the overthrow of the proAmerican Anastasio The government expected people to attend the celebration at a plaza near Lake Bergold left Thursday for a vacation in the United and the United States was to be represented by a minor embassy One killed in African riots South Africa AP Police killed a black man while breaking up riots in the black township of and elsewhere blacks staged strikes and boycotted white businesses in continued agitation against white Gashes also were reported in other black townships across South Africa as riots and protests persisted for the llth straight More than 450 all but three of them have died in the Authorities said mobs of blacks stoned patrol cars and houses in Soweto on and police fired rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse the Police said one black man was killed during the second day of violence in the township of South Africas Soweto was the focus of riots in 1976 in which 575 people In Katlehong east of Johan police arrested 122 blacks who refused to disperse during an illegal outdoor a police spokesman Labor disputes and consumer boycotts began or were threatened in several including a potential strike in the gold mines that employ more than The strikes and boycotts are an attempt to use the economic clout of South Africas 22 million voteless blacks to force an end to the system of racial segregation under which 5 million whites Many South African analysts believe economic influence is the most potent weapon for South African and that strikes and consumer boycotts are likely to in Black activists called a twomonth boycott of white shops to force whites to support black demands for release of jailed antiapartheid leaders as well as other Press reports said black sup porters of the boycott stopped people on the streets and at entrances to black townships and confiscated purchases made in defiance of the A man who bought a new suit watched as youths cut it to the South African Press Association In leaders of the black National Union of Mineworkers said they were preparing for a possible strike of the gold which produce half of South Africas export The strike could start next month unless the mines make wage con spokeswoman Manoko Nchwe Dam breaks in northern Italy ROME AP A dam collapsed today in a popular tourist area in the Dolomite Mountains in northern and many people may have police They said houses and hotels were There may be a police officer reached by telephone told The Associated The who insisted on said the waters from a lake were pouring into a residential area in the village of near Cavalese in Trento He said the area included two The Italian news agency ANSA said the nations civil defense Giuseppe flew at once from Rome to the stricken Initial details were not known on what caused the reported collapse of the dam or of what material the dam was The officer reached by phone said that police in nearby comunities had hatted all but emergency He also said helicopters had been called in U join rescue The area reported affected is between Trento and Bolzano in the Val di a picturesque valley nestied amid the snowcapped Dolomite In this the region is filled with mainly Italians end northern In State Department spokeswoman Sondra McCarty released the Bergold saying Given that the Sandinistas have chosen to breach the privacy of our diplomatic we are making public the text of points made in Managua on July 17 by our The note said the United States has indications that preparations are under way to introduce a program of terrorist attacks against personnel in We are aware that the government of Nicaragua supports those involved in these preparations and we believe that the government of Nicaragua may be directly it We consider it of utmost importance that the government of Nicaragua clearly and fully understand that any Nlcaraguansupported terrorist attacks against personnel in Honduras Would be viewed as the direct responsibility of the government of Nicaragua and that the United States should be expected to react ac the note The note said another incident such as the slaying of six citizens in San Salvador on June 19 will have serious It said the same principles would apply in cases of terrorist acts in other Central American countries and The patience of the government and of the American people has grown it The note said Nicaragua supported and influenced leftist groups in El including one that claimed responsibility for the attack in San Salvador in which four Marines who served as embassy two American businessmen and seven Latin Americans were It named the Farabundo Marti National Liberation the umbrella organization of four leftist guerrilla groups fighting the government of El and the Central American Revolutionary Workers a member of the A group within the workers the Mardoqueo Cruz Urban Guerrilla claimed responsibility for the It said other attacks on military per sonnel would follow as part of the war against the Salvadoran The Foreign Ministrys sent to Bergoid on said Nicaragua categorically rejects the contents and the form of this which contains false intolerable threats and is a violation of the form and manner of relations among i NOW THROUGH SATURDAYCHARGE MAKE NO PRICE NAME BRAND SUIT SALE Palm Nino Cerruti arid Jeffrey Names well known for uptotheminute quality workmanship and Southwestern weight Sizes SHIRTS PANTS DRESS BELT LOOP PANTS Short sleeve 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