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Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 21, 1982, Cumberland, Maryland The weather Chance of some rain today highs near 60 Cloudy tonight lows from Low 40s to near 50. Highs tomorrow of 65. Eum Berlant in bag Timas sect on vol. Com no. 315 armied or re a Verrire in a laser photo Cumberland. Maryland. Sunday november 21, 1082 inc Arlt a a Ltd. To cents in remembrance a Kihei Kennedy and two of her children Rory left and Douglas prayed at the grave of her late husband Robert f. Kennedy in Arlington National cemetery yesterday the 57th anniversary of his birth. Kennedy died of gunshot wounds he received front his Assassin Sirhan Sirhan. On june 5, 1968. Monday is the anniversary of the assassination of president John f. Kennedy which took place Dallas. A immigration Law slated for promised overhaul Washington a Reagan administration officials and congressional sponsors Are promising to make an All out Effort to w in House passage in the upcoming lame Duck session of a proposed major overhaul of the nations immigration Laws. A anytime you find a window drive a truck through it a said sen. Alan Simpson. R-wyo., a chief sponsor of the measure a a that a the philosophy around this place a behind Simpsons leadership the Hill won Senate approval last summer by the surprisingly lopsided margin of 80-19. But opposition to the legislation galvanized in the House judiciary committee which approved the measure by a Mere two votes before Congress recessed last month for the election Campaign. The Bill the first comprehensive revision of immigration Law in 30 years would establish fines and jail terms for employers who knowingly hire illegal aliens. It also would Grant amnesty to untold millions of illegal immigrants who have been living in the United states House speaker Thomas p of Neill d-mass., has promised rep. Romano l. Mazzolla d-ky., the chief House sponsor that the legislation will be considered on the House floor after Congress returns on nov 29, but supporters of the Bill acknowledge there Are numerous obstacles to the legislation and the chances for passage during a session that will he devoted largely to government spending measures Are at Best Uncertain associate Deputy attorney general David i. Hiller the administrations chief lobbyist on the Bill said it remains the top legislative priority for attorney general William French Smith but Hiller said the w Hite House a probably will have to get involved Mon to get it Over the top a several republicans backed away from the measure during the House judiciary committee deliberations in that nervous pre election period few mein Bors saw any advantage in supporting a controversial Bill that has no assured constituency. The measure still faces a difficult time in part because few groups that Are most interested in the Issue favor All the key provisions in the legislation hispanics condemn the employer penalty provision they say it will inevitably Lead to discrimination against hispanics by wary employers who will r eject t h it in f o r Job s automatically rather than run a risk of prosecution the most serious opposition in tin House May come Over the amnesty provision estimates of the Numier of illegal aliens in the country Range up to 12 million although All the experts concede there is no Way of knowing the actual situation but at a time when unemployment exceeds to percent. There is increasing reluctance to legalize tin status of immigrants who have violated the Law to get Here and May compete with . Citizens for Job president Calls shot on nations Economy Washington up president Reagan warming up for his saturday radio address joked saturday the Economy is a a hell of a mess a the comment came As Reagan gave technicians a sound level before his five minute address from the presidential Retreat at Camp David. Md., on the subject of International Trade a my fellow americans. In be talked to you on a number of occasions about economic problems and opportunities our nation faces a Reagan said Reading the first few lines of his prepared speech he then quipped. A and i am prepared to Tell you. Its a hell of a mess a Reagan asked a a we re not connected to the press room yet Are we a but in fact Reagan was Ming in loud and Clear to the hit e House press room reporters heard it and at least me tape recorder was rolling. It was not the first and lib by Reagan before his weekly Adless on one occasion he warmed up with a comment that he military leaders in Poland Ere a a Bunch of no Good Lousy after that comment the three major networks Washington Bureau chiefs went to the White House and an agreement was reached that they would not use the pre broadcast comments in any form. But other news organizations were not a party to that agreement United press International audio offered Reagan a comment on the Economy to its More than 1,000 subscribers for broadcast saturday and up reported Reagan a statement in newspaper dispatches Betsy Steuart news manager on duty at no cd a Washington Bureau said the network would broadcast the remark on radio and television because up had done so an Abc spokesman said the network would not broadcast Reagan a off air remark on its radio network but had not decided whether to air the statement on television Jack Smith lbs news Washington Bureau chief said the network did not have its tape recorders running when the remark was made but had a reported that Gaffer on radio Tom Foty up audio Washington Bureau manager said a despite being asked by the White House on three occasions to transmit the presidential radio speeches. Up audio was never Given a list of ground rules involving presidential remarks and up audio has not been a party to any agreements concerning Emba going remarks the president might make before or after the speeches. A we feel we have an obligation to our clients to report the news and even i n a d v or t e n t presidential remarks can fall into that fume Baltimore a the winning number drawn saturday in Maryland a Dally numbers lottery was 835 Index a b d e Florid hide be militia comment dual. Area news Krai ill at general news Heaters sports classified ads for and about i Omen plus homily weekly tunics advertising supplement building levelled in Sidon Beirut. Lebanon apr a fiery explosion ravaged a building in israeli a copied Sidon saturday and lebanese leaders told . Envoy Philip c. Habib they rejected Tough new israeli conditions for a pullout the Christian voice of Lebanon radio reported the broadcast said an explosive charge touched off the fire in a seven Story building in Sidon 25 Miles South of Beirut. There were no reports of casualties tenants were evacuated from the building by firemen according to the radio reports which said the building was next to the offices of the state run electricity company and the civil defense Headquarters a spokesman for the israeli army in suburban Beirut told the associated press the building was privately owned and no major israeli positions were near the scene of the fire gunmen killed one israeli Soldier and wounded three others in Sidon Friday and responsibility was claimed by a w ing of an extremist group that said it set off a car bomb that destroyed the israeli military Headquarters in southernmost Tyre last week killing 75 israelis Gemayel a Christian phalanges party said five of its militiamen were shot to death saturday by druse leftists of the socialist progressive party in the Village of Amah nine Miles South of Beirut israeli officials in Tel Aviv said their troops intervened saturday in fighting Between druse and Christian militiamen in the Village of am Zanoub eight Miles South of Beirut the Village is next to Amah Israel invaded Lebanon june ii to smash the Palestine la ration organization and still has an estimated 35,000 troops in the country the Plo has about Iommi fighters deployed in Northern and Eastern Lebanon lie Hind some .15000 syrian troops who entered the country six years ago to police the armistice that ended the 1975-76 moslem Christian civil War Habib held four hours of talks saturday with lebanese president Amin Gemayel and prime minister Shafik Wazzan the voice of Lebanon the radio of Gemayel s phalanges said the lebanese conveyed to Habib their rejections of a fall the israeli conditions that infringe on Lebanon a sovereignty a the radio said Israel was demanding a permanent military watch Post atop the Barouk Mountain in Lebanon s Central Mountain Range with a 25 Milt Access corridor from the lebanese coastal City of Damour 12 5 Miles South of Beirut in he Barouk Mountain overlooks Eastern Lebanon s Bekaan Valley where Syria stations the bulk of its forces the Phala Gist radio said Israel also demanded free Trade and quasi diplomatic missions in Lebanon and the right to patrol Lebanon a air space and territorial Waters asked aim ult israelis reported conditions Wazzan said a we have not received any conditions officially we just heard of them so we would not discuss them or Deal with them unless they become official a self help child birth new York a a woman too Jakir to pay her electricity Bill delivered a baby herself by. Candlelight then called for a neighing to help with the other twin. A i worked by candlelight one in the let bedroom and one in the bathroom a said sue tobacco the neighbor summoned into the darkened Bronx apartment wednesday night by Joan Willis mrs Willis delivered the girl herself mrs tobacco said but was unable to Cut the umbilical Cord and came pounding on mrs. Tobaccos door she said mrs Willis who was eight months pregnant could not afford her Utility Bill. Mrs. Tobacco said she had to administer Mouth to mount resuscitation on the second twin and when it worked she wept. A i started crying after the boy was born and i told the cops. Here a a child born in tears and candlelight a a a she said. Pope in Sicily a Pope John Paul la accompanied by Cardinal Saratore Pappalardo archbishop of Palermo yesterday \ cited the memorial to retire Italy s 1968 earthquake victims during the first of a two Day visit to Sicily. Al laser photo floods in Midwest by the associated press heavy rain and Snow struck the up it or Midwest on saturday causing some localized flooding and hazardous travel conditions up to 2 inches of rain caused flooding along some streams in northeastern Minnesota and a flood warning was issued for the area some roads were washed out in Hilly sections of Duluth and two highways near the City were blocked by High water and mudslides travellers advisories were issued for Eastern North Dakota Northwestern Minnesota and northeastern South Dakota where new snowfall and wind gusting to 35 mph created hazardous driving conditions up to 6 inches of Snow accumulated during the night in the Northern Rockies and temperatures by mid morning in the upper Missouri Valley were not Able to gel above l Degn is Snow showers were scattered Over Montana and Eastern Idaho and into the Dakotas rain extended from Minnesota through the great lakes the upper Ohio Valley the lower appalachians Ami from Ken Lucky across nor her n Mississippi into Eastern a r Kansas t h u n de r s t o r in s developed Over the Mississippi i Fella temperatures around the nation at i p in St saturday ranged from 7 degrees at Cut Hank motto i at Mcallen Texas. The nation s Low for the Day w As 6 degrees at Cutbank for sunday rain was forecast from Vermont across the lower great lakes through upper Michigan As Well As Over the Ohio Valley the Tennessee Valley and Northern Georgia and Alabama rain hanging to Snow was forecast along tin Washington and Oregon coast and extending across Idaho and the Northern Rockies highs in the teens and 2<>s were predicted Over North Dakota and Montana near 50over Maine in the mid we along the Virginia coast near to across Southern Florida in the mid Hon Over Southern Texas in the 40s along the Northern Pacific coast in the Low 70s Over the Southern California coast and Iii the mid 70s through the Inland Southwest Lorr Ltd it ii Ltd Ltd it dips Washington a air news correspondent Catherine Mack who Rose to prominence As a television network floor reporter at the National Jim Iteal conventions in 1972, died of cancer saturday at her Home Iii tin Baltimore suburb of Towson my is Mack joined Abc in Washington in 1977 after six years with Nhuc news earlier she was a reporter for Etc to Here from 1909 to 1971 and with the hears newspapers from 1963 to 1969 show of support a Solidarity chief Lech Walese received Flowers yesterday As he left the Warsaw residence of polish archbishop Jozef Glenis following a More than two hour meeting. It was Walesa s first known meeting with a top Church or state Leader since his release from martial Law custody a week ago. A laser photo

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