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Farmington Daily Times (Newspaper) - March 4, 1990, Farmington, New Mexico The daily times Farmington new Mexico local sunday March 4, 1990 a2 a crack sealing project for some of Farmington a Sunset Heights and Crest Ridge areas Are planned for the next month and will begin tuesday according to a spokeswoman for the City Community development department. The project will include streets in the Sunset Heights area North of 30th Street and East of Sunset Avenue and the Crest Ridge subdivision 1 area. Department workers will deliver individual notices to residents the Day before crack sealing will occur on the Street the spokeswoman said. A a a Drivers also will find a traffic signal shut off the entire Day tuesday. The signal at 20th Street and Sullivan Avenue will be Down for repairs of the controls a spokeswoman for the City said. A a a workers will be correcting a sewer problem on court Avenue Between Shiprock and main streets throughout the Day monday. No through traffic will be allowed on the Street the spokeswoman said. Duelge in Nicaragua during vote a chapped skin a Burns a bruises a cuts1 $425 �13 Call for More information325-0632didn�?Tt get your paper please let us know. Call 325-4545 monday through Friday 5 00 to 6 30 . Saturday 8 00 am. To 12 00 noon. Sunday 8 00 to 10 00 . Our deadlines for Home delivery Are a weekdays 5 00 ., except wednesday 5 30 . Saturdays and sunday 8 00 . The Power of a console the convenience of a desktop. Toshiba that s Toshiba s new bd-8510�?a desktop copier to rival the performance of some consoles a 65% to 200% zoom reduction and enlargement a Complete Edge to Edge copying a speedy 40 copies per minute a 999-copy key in a built in Auto Doc feeder a image shift. Edge erase. 11 x 17 copying. Magnification memory. 10-code cop Safe Security system. Auto exposure and More and for ultimate copying capability add a sorter. Automatic duplexes. And a Large capacity feeder get console capability and desktop convenience and Economy see Toshiba s new bd-8510 now four Corners office products 2222 e. 20th Farmington . 3277266 Jim Thomas daily times staff or. John Duelge of Farmington has returned from nicaraguan where he observed last sundays election in which sandinista president Daniel Ortega was Defeated by opposition coalition Leader Violeta Barrios de Chamorro. A i joined a group with the office of americas based out of los Angeles. Actors Martin Sheen and Edward Asner Are members of the organization that is interested in american policies in Central and South America a said Duelge a cancer specialist at the cancer treatment Center. Duelge has travelled extensively during the 1980s in the troubled Central american countries of Nicaragua Al Salvador and Guatemala. A i think americans need to know what a going on Down there. I wanted to know what was going on for myself because we Only seem to get the . Governments version in the press a he explained. Duelge said he spent most of his time during the election in the capital City of Managua. He said he thought the election was very fair and he saw no irregularities. He did say though that Contra rebels caused some troubles in some polling places in Nicaragua a Northern provinces. Duelge said about 41 percent of the people voted for the sandinista who he said probably got most of the votes of any single party though the .-backed coalition received the majority of votes. A i think the people just wanted peace and voted for the american backed opposition. And that a the Way they voted. After 10 years of . Military economic and political aggression the people of Nicaragua voted for peace. A president Bush told the people of Nicaragua that if the Joe Kennedy staff photo in his Farmington Home John Duelge m.d., talks about his experiences and the election in Nicaragua. Or. Duelge said that the photograph at right was a matter of Luck. During an Early morning walk outside his hotel or. Duelge happened upon Ortega As he was emerging from the polling place. People voted for Chamorro the United states would end its brutal War. In its Effort to overthrow the sandinista government the United states violated Many . Laws Many International Laws Many american treaties the Charters of both the United nations and organization of american states conventional morality and the norms of civilized behaviour established at Nuremberg after the nazi aggression a he said. Duelge reported that Managua was peaceful on election Day with no gunfire or show of Force by the sandinista. He reported he got a Chance to see former president Jimmy Carter and former speaker of House Jim Wright at several press conferences. And he got an Opportunity to talk to some of the people standing in the Long lines to vote. A i done to think the sandinista or the opposition coalition knew there would be so Many people voting. They knew that America would continue the War if they voted for the sandinista a Duelge added. Duelge said that under Ortega a administration nicaraguans received socialized Medicine and a Good education. Americans hate the word a socialism a he said. A they would not want a socialist country in Central America. Take a look at our country a Medicine and education Are in trouble a he noted. A the nicaraguan people were granted freedoms they came to know As constitutional rights under the sandinista. They a sacrifice photo Courtesy of John Duelge my Daniel Ortega outside a polling place. For peace and voted for the american backed Chamorro because they were worn out by the brutal and relentless . Aggression. However they will never allow another . Dictator like Somoza a Duelge commented. A i mourn for the United states the supporting but heartless mass of humanity that sustains the militaristic Yankee Empire. For seven years 70 percent of americans polled opposed . Support of the Contra War. Under our own democracy our leaders ignored the majority and pursued their own Agenda. Legally and illegally openly and secretly the . Government pursued another undeclared War in the name of capitalism a Duelge said. Nicaragua May have experienced a setback possibly because it is a constitutional participatory democracy he said. Duelge said it will be interesting to see what happens in Nicaragua under the Chamorro regime. 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