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Cumberland Times News (Newspaper) - April 4, 1990, Cumberland, Maryland 2 Cumberland times news wednesday. April 4,1990 Drill a israeli troops equipped with an nerve Gas on Israel in a future War Michael to chemical warfare gear practice against a Gas Dekel an aide to israeli prime minister Yit attack in Southern Tel Aviv. After a threat by Zhak Shamir called for a program to equip iraqis president Saddam Hussein to use binary every israeli with a Gas mask. A laser photo lithuanian delegation meets with advisor from Gorbachev Moscow a a delegation from the rebellious Baltic Republic of Lithuania met tuesday with a major adviser to president Mikhail s. Gorbachev and a lithuanian legislator later called it a sign of Hope in the confrontation. A we Are very very encouraged a legislator Egidius Bickauskas Lithuania a representative in Moscow told the associated press. A a if there Are people who at least want to listen to us its very he earlier told reporters a three member delegation including Deputy Premier Romualdas Tzolos of Lithuania was meeting with Alexander n. Yakovlev a politburo member recently appointed to Gorbachev a new presidential Council. Also tuesday a the supreme soviet parliament approved a Bill setting procedures for secession from the soviet Union. The Law which goes into effect when it is published in the soviet press requires approval by a two thirds vote in a referendum and a waiting period of up to five years. Lithuania forcibly incorporated into the soviet Union in 1940, declared its Independence on March la. The Moscow government refused to recognize this and a crisis ensued. A the Kremlin restricted traffic at Lithuania a Border with Poland the republics Only Border that does not adjoin soviet territory. Soviet officials told polish Border officials the crossing from Ogrodnik Poland to la Dijai Lithuania was a a temporarily closed the polish news Agency Pap said. A Lithuania a chief Diplomat in Washington Stasys Lozoraitis jr., told reporters there he believes the soviet army May have taken the Lead role from Gorbachev in dealing with the crisis. He said the soviet military show of Force in Lithuania made him More pessimistic than before about his homelands Fate. A soviet foreign minister Eduard a. Shevardnadze arrived in Washington for talks with president Bush and Secretary of state James a. Baker i pledging to hold a honest dialogue with secessionist lithuanians. Administration officials Hope he brought a message from Gorbachev that will spell out Moscow a Promise to Deal peacefully with Lithuania a Independence movement. Yakovlev is seen As a key aide to Gorbachev and is considered the architect of his policy of glasnost or greater openness. Yakovlev led a parliamentary commission that last year reviewed the secret soviet nazi pact under which the three Baltic republics a Lithuania Estonia and Latvia a were absorbed into the soviet Union. The commissions work led the soviet Congress of Peoples deputies in december to condemn the 1939 pact. Try it. You la to it minister arrives for talks Washington a soviet foreign minister Eduard a. Shevardnadze arrived tuesday for wide ranging talks with president Bush and Secretary of state James a. Baker Iii and pledged to hold a honest dialogue with secessionist lithuanians. Shevardnadze is expected to give Bush and Baker a message from soviet president Mikhail s. Gorbachev. Administration officials Hope it will spell out Moscow a Promise to Deal peacefully with the Independence movement in the Baltic Republic. While Shevardnadze a remarks on arriving at Andrews air Force base had a conciliatory ring the foreign minister emphasized the significance the Kremlin attaches to the soviet Constitution and Laws in the face of the lithuanian Challenge. A you must understand the importance of that question for the soviet Union and the soviet people a Shevardnadze said Asne set the stage for talks with Baker beginning wednesday afternoon and with Bush on Friday. A your main weapon in resolving any Issue. Is dialogue honest dialogue a he said. A and this is the dialogue we Are looking Forward to with the lithuanian people and the lithuanian Shevardnadze was met at Andrews by Deputy Secretary of state Lawrence Eagleburger. The foreign ministers Agenda Here reaches beyond Lithuania to the War in Angola Between . And soviet backed forces to ways of limiting cruise missiles in a .-soviet arms control treaty nearing completion in Geneva and to trying to set a Date for Gorbachev a Summit meeting Here with Bush in june. Bush and Gorbachev Hope to sign an Accord at that meeting to limit their Long Range nuclear missiles bombers and submarines. However claims that the Overall cutback would amount to 50 percent were being challenged. A senior Bush administration official speaking on condition of anonymity told the associated press that the United states would wind up with Only slightly fewer deployed warheads than in the current arsenals. Times news lotteries Box daily lottery 2-0-3 pick four game 0-4-9-2 daily number 5-6-0 big 4 game 5-0-2-3 wild card lotto 03-04-08-32-37-38 wild card 34 my daily three 9-4-3 daily four 6-9-9-5 you have to play to win National we atm ii the acc Worth a forecast for noon wednesday april 4. Jim them High to Mph re Lurta coid Hami stationary a Imo avow Wmk a. Me a let it mom loth Shoham Aam 53 end a roam numbs Ca show 0 o is sumy at Cloudy <�3 Aoudy weather forecast a the acc weather forecast for wednesday indicates Snow and rain for the Northeast and thundershowers for West Texas. A laser graphic regional forecasts Maryland. Wednesday continued Cloudy and Cool with a 50 percent Chance of Snow showers. Highs in the mid to upper 30s. Northwest winds 15 to 25 Mph and Gusty. Wednesday night Cloudy and cold becoming partly Cloudy late at night. Lows in the Low 30s. Northwest winds diminishing to 15 to 20 Mph. Thursday partly Cloudy and Milder. Highs in the mid-50s. Extended forecast. Chance of rain Friday. Highs 40s mountains to 50 to 55 elsewhere. Lows in the 30s. Chance of rain Early saturday except Snow showers in the mountains then mostly Cloudy. Highs in the 40s and lows in the 30s except 20s in the mountains. Partly Cloudy sunday. Highs in the 40s. Lows mostly in the 20s. West Virginia. Cloudy and Cool with a Chance of rain showers or Snow showers wednesday. Highs from the mid 30s to the upper 40s. Cloudy and cold wednesday night becoming partly Cloudy toward morning. Lows in the 30s. Partly Cloudy and Milder thursday. Highs from the mid 50s to around 60. Pennsylvania. Mostly Cloudy and cold wednesday with a Chance of Snow showers in the North and flurries in the South. Highs from the mid 30s to the Low 40s. Partly Cloudy wednesday night. Lows Between 25 and 30. Partly sunny with a Chance of rain showers or Snow showers thursday. Highs from the upper 30s to the mid 40s. Chinese dissident escapes to West Hong Kong apr Chai Ling one of the top student leaders of last years pro democracy movement in Beijing made a dramatic television appearance tuesday to announce her escape to the West after to months As a fugitive in China. A i am now Safe and sound a said Chai in a near whisper As her husband Feng con de sat by her Side covering his face As he wept. A please put your minds to frequently pausing to fight tears Chai said a the Road to Freedom was very difficult very Long. Because of that As i reached the last step toward Freedom i almost ran out of Energy. I looked up to see this free world to breath the fresh air a she said. The dissident couple were on a wanted list of 21 students accused by the chinese communist authorities of leading the Tiana men Square protests last Spring. The protests ended june 4 in a bloody crackdown by troops that left hundreds dead. Prison rioters still hanging on Manchester England apr die hard mutineers continued occupying a Large part of Strangeways prison on tuesday for the third Day and kept other inmates from surrendering the government said. A wounded prisoner died in a Hospital. Thirteen guards were injured by flying bricks poles and other missiles in an operation tuesday to regain control of sections of the decaying victorian Structure said Ivor Serle chairman of the local Branch of the prison officers association. He said six were hospitalized. Serle said about 20 a hard Core of the hard cores prisoners were stopping the other inmates from giving up. Negotiators reach agreement Washington apr . And japanese negotiators reached agreement tuesday on expanding opportunities for the Sale of american satellites in Japan marking the third contentious Trade Issue resolved Between the two countries in the past today. Under terms of the agreement Japan will allow . Satellite manufacturers to compete on an equal footing for government satellite projects except when the satellite is being launched solely for research. . Trade representative Carla Hills hailed the pact saying that american firms were already competing successfully in the japanese private sector but had faced restrictions in bidding on government projects. Debt $3 trillion Washington a the National debt on monday totalled More than $3 trillion for the first time in history the Treasury department reported tuesday. Complete optical services for the entire family fashionable Frame sunglasses 2 year guarantee on lenses amp frames against breakage frames As Low As.s3500 Well also make repairs on eyeglasses and duplicate your prescription from your present eyeglasses or your doctors prescription. . Tony Lelinski optician Clear vue optical co. 303 Washington St. A Cumberland my 301 722-5005 Cumberland times news Cumberland time new uses 140020 published monday through saturday by the times amp albanian co at 19 Baltimore Street Cumberland. Maryland 21502 phone 301-722 4600 Branch offices Frostburg my 19 Broadway 301-689-6663 Oakland. 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