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Harrisonburg Daily News Record Newspaper Archives May 24 1986, Page 1

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Daily News Record (Newspaper) - May 24, 1986, Harrisonburg, Virginia Partly Cloudy partly Cloudy today with highs in he mid fair lows in the mid partly sunny highs in the Baity Gas Price Outlook Harrisonburg area gasoline prices continue to but experts say prices May climb again this Story on Page 200 44 pages May 1986 4332702 20 cents expels South african attache Washington a the United states on Fri Day expelled the senior defense attache from South Africa embassy in Washington to protest his governments raids against three neighbouring countries earlier this South Africa will not be allowed to Send a replace and the defense attache in Pretoria was recalled for we Trust that this action will make Clear to the South african government that the United states can not tolerate disregard of the sovereignty of South Africa the state department said in its announcement of the expulsion when the United states condemned the raids into Zambia and Zimbabwe on it said it was reviewing further actions to show its the expulsion order was the first such the statement identified the expelled South african As brigadier Alexander he will have 10 Days to leave the the recalled official was Robert the state department said it had not determined How Long an air Force would be kept out of South the state department apparently chose a military attache for expulsion because the raids were carried out by South Africa armed South african ambassador Herbert Beukers was called to the state department Friday afternoon to be informed of the but any reaction to the decision will come from officials in said embassy spokesman Pieter the United states has joined with Many other nations in condemning South Africa recent military strikes into Zimbabwe and the department our diplomacy for Many years has been aimed at stopping Cross order one of the most destabilizing factors in Southern it said South Africa raid has threatened these purity of the Region and violated the International principle that political avenues should be Given every this principle is particularly important in Southern where violence regionally and internally in South Africa has reached alarming at the United nations Friday the United states and Britain vetoed a Security Council Resolution Friday night that called for selective International sanctions to punish South Africa for the twelve of the 15 Council members supported the Resolution and France the United states and Britain had both declared their willingness to join other Council members in unanimously condemning South Africa for mondays raids on alleged guerrilla targets in the Blac ruled nations of Zambia and but the two Western Powers walked at binding International sanctions even though they already had imposed limited economic restrictions of their own on South fridays expulsion order was issued several hours after the foreign minister of Botswana urged the see Page 20 East Beirut car bombing claims nine Lebanon a a car bomb rigged with 200 pounds of int exploded Friday Between a school and a crowded vegetable Market in Christian East killing at least nine people and in Juring police the blast collapsed two six Story apartment buildings in the sinn elfin residential District and set 12 other buildings on authorities said three peo ple were police arrested two Ages 19 and in connection with the said a police who insisted on he would not in other shiite moslem militiamen fought palestinian guerrillas with mortars and machine guns around two refugee Camps in West forcing Clos ing of the main Highway to Beirut International police said two people were killed and 16 wounded in fighting around shatilla and Bour Al Bara Neh Camps which began As a personal no group has claimed responsibility for the car the sixth in East Beirut this the lebanese the nations largest Christian accused Syrias intelligence ser vice of masterminding the aiming to obstruct National recon the Christian radio station voice of Lebanon said Syria also engineered artillery duels Between Christian and moslem since the fighting began at dusk 57 people have been killed and 171 Youssef a police bomb said the car a Renault was rigged with 200 pounds of int attached to an 82mm mortar Rescue workers dug nine bodies from under two collapsed build the police official you cannot even Tell whether some of the bodies were males or civil defense rescuers said they feared others might still be women and children in pyjamas screamed As the wounded were borne on stretchers out of wrecked buildings and taken to five major hospitals in East radio stations broadcast appeals for blood firefighters battled blazes in other survivors came running out of smoke blackened apartments As other residents see Page 16 a wire Boto an apartment building in Christian East Beirut was shattered by fridays car v5 c him Vivi Tuvin a a Btl a inn f As Wyan Mimi Ismond Vav bowl Tomt c wi5qn mcom5 Whf Owson Iii Tymo b Tolett hands c turn Iamb r june Ltd i i or War i r a War photo remembering vets visitors to the Vietnam veterans memorial in Washington Friday Check names on the Black Granite Walls As the Washington Monument is reflected on the memorials Large crowds Are expected at the memorial for the Holiday White House joins hands by the associated press hands across America was rerouted across the White House grounds and organizers hoped that president reagans Deci Sion would encourage millions More latecomers to the project Hopes to raise million or More by getting about 5 million people to contribute at least to help form a line sunday from new York to it is not too late for anybody to join hands across Orga Nizer Ken Kragen said after the White House everyone is whether they have made a donation or while there has been concern about gaps in the line in the desert fastnesses of new Mexico and Kragen predicted that the line will be 10 people deep when it begins in new Kragen predicted that half or More of those who get in line will wait until sunday morning to make up their the line is infinitely for those who decide too late to pledge Money in organizers Are armed with 10 million pledge envelopes which can be returned at about million to million has been pledged so far and the Money keeps said Dave a spokesman for the organizers in los he had no breakdown on corporate and individual but Kragen said thursday that donations of Cash and services from about corporations were Worth about million More than enough to cover the events budget of around the work pointing toward the 3 Edt linkup on sunday continued on dozens of not Only in the 16 states crossed by the line but As far away As according to the in Rural Cecil about Halfway Between Baltimore and organizers were working to line up boaters and divers to Span the Susquehanna state officials refused to permit people to stand on Bridges along the the new route extended the hand holding link by requiring additional said state Field director Jan inmates at the Green Haven state correctional facility raised the most see Page 16 High radiation still reported at chernobyl Moscow a a soviet paper said Friday that parts of the Cher Nobyl nuclear Plant Are so radioactive that cleanup Crews can work Only minutes at a and indicated some of the evacuees from the area May never the weekly Cedelya quoted Ivan head of the Kiev regional As saying it has become Clear that evacuees will not be returning Home As soon As they would we will gradually be settling them in other plus chs phrasing indicated the resettlement could be the a weekly supple ment to the government daily gave no hint of How Many evacuees from an 18mile radius of the ukrainian nuclear Power Plant May never return soviet Media said earlier this week that new Homes were be ing built for along with barns for the livestock they took with ply Shch said More Homes would be built and dwellings that became vacant would be turned Over to peo ple from the chernobyl Ned Elyas report that men equip Ped with respirators and protective clothing could work in some parts of the Plant for Only a few minutes at a stretch suggests that radiation Levels inthe Plant settlement of Pri pyal also remain dangerously about people lived in adjacent to the four reactor nuclear Power Plant 80 Miles North of an explosion and fire destroyed the 4 reactor april spewing an invisible Cloud of Radia Tion that spread Over Europe and gradually worked its Way around the a ukrainian official of the communist party youth league Kom Somol was quoted thursday As say ing some people were returning to their Homes in 11 Miles from the disaster he did not make Clear whether they were being allowed Back per the phrasing in russian suggested they were Only perhaps to collect a report in fridays edition of the see Page 20 no paper monday in Observance of memorial Day the business office and advertising departments will be news department open at 4 Aquino praises rebels Martins native lumber will be closed memorial animal health closed memorial Davao Philippines a president Corazon Aquino met with surrendered communist rebels for the first time praising their obvious bravery while vowing that a planned ceasefire will protect her soldiers Aquino showed Friday that she remains immensely attracting tens of thousands of sup porters on her first trip to the outly ing islands since taking Power three months she took the offensive against criticism that her government is in that some of her ministers Are out of control and that she is too soft on the arriving at Davao Airport on the first Day of a today she told we Are never As we recently than when we have our backs to the Wall and with nowhere to go but for i like it this Aquino announced a proposal for 60day regional ceasefires and ordered her armed forces chief to justify the continued use of civilian who have been blamed for human rights she evoked the most applause Dur ing a nationally televised speech from this Mindanao Island port City when she ordered a crackdown on crime syndicates and local warlords linked to former presi Dent Ferdinand tens of thousands lined a motor Cade route following the larger than crowds that greeted either Aquino or Marcos during the presidential Campaign earlier this they showered confetti on her bulletproof Van in 630 Miles South of Aquinas aides said the see Page 16 ssh tit Valley to week to features and listings for the coming week in today daily today Index classified dear Jeane local Valley Valley deaths Beatrice Ann of Wilson Oconnor Mac of Lela Frances of Liberty House nursing Kenneth of Vivian Dawn of details on Page 18 american refuse by items will run Satur May 24th rather than May due to memorial closing notice the daily news record advertising departments will be closed Mon May 26lh in Observance of memorial Grottoes trash will be picked up on waste City of Harrisonburg no trash collection monday May collection next regular scheduled City Ollices closed Lor Valley Blox and Monger t sons will be closed in Observance of memorial May

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