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Sandusky Sunday Register (Newspaper) - November 21, 1982, Sandusky, Ohio Oil a a a Tel sports Willard and Huron boys basketball teams prepare for their annual meeting thanksgiving eve. C-2.outside weather details a-5lottery daily 808 pick-4 2366index area-state.b-2-3 business.b-10 classified.c-7-12 crossword.d-8 entertainment.d-9 horoscope.d-9 obituaries.a-5 opinion.a-4 out and sports.c-l-7 stocks.b-8-9 today a almanac.a-5 you and yours.d-l-7 it Winnay it a Friar it inside Sandusky Register vol. 160, no 216 35cents copyright 1982, Sandusky newspapers inc. Sandusky Ohio sunday nov. 21,1982 Clem Mumm after 10 years of Leaf pickups Chuck Hole Patching and soothing irate citizens City Street superintendent yank Muehling is heading for retirement. By. Ohio state coach Earle Bruce had plenty to smile about after his team clinched a spot in the Holiday bowl saturday beating Michigan 24-14. talks with archbishop in 1st meeting since release Warsaw Poland <up1 Solidarity Leader Lech Walesa met with archbishop Jozef Glemp saturday in the former Union chief s first trip outside Gdansk since his release from 11 months of internment. There was no word of the subject of the 24-hour meeting Between Walesa and Glemp the roman Catholic primate of Poland who had personally appealed for the release of the Solidarity Leader the last reported meeting Between the two men took place four Days before martial Law was imposed on dec. 13 and Walesa was taken into detention. Aides would not say whether the meeting had any connection with a . Television report that Security agents had tried to smear Walesa by showing sexually a compromising a pictures tapes and documents to Church officials. The Rev. Henryk Jankowski Walesa s Parish priest said the labor Leader was expected to attend a special mass at his St. Brigidal Church in Gdansk sunday during which a special workers Banner would be blessed. The religious ceremony would be Walesa a first Public appearance in his Hometown since his return last sunday. Walesa wearing a Gray suit with a Black Madonna badge in its Lapel and carrying a Bunch of Flowers looked serious when he left Glemp a Palace in Warsaw s old i own shortly after 2 30 . As on his arrival shortly before noon he refused to make any statement on the meeting which included lunch with Glemp. But he smiled and flashed the a a a for Victory a sign As he drove off with Jankowski in the priests White Mercedes limousine Walesa was driven to the downtown Home of another adviser who was accompanying him lawyer Wladystaw Sila Nowicki. The group spent several hours there. Before heading for Home Walesa stopped at the episcopate office to try to see powerful episcopate Secretary archbishop Bronislaw Dabrowski but Church sources said the meeting did not take place. Jankowski asked if the talks with Glemp had any connection with the Abc television report said a yes and no. Nobody there had been no confirmation of the Abc report. World Trade is at Crossroads Reagan Washington up president Reagan warned saturday that the International trading system is a at a Crossroads a and said the United states will oppose protectionism at Home and abroad. In his weekly nationwide radio address delivered from Camp David md., the president described the worldwide recession As being a bad news for All of us a but said building Trade barriers could Lead to disaster. Warming up for the speech by giving technicians a sound level just before going on the air Reagan jokingly offered an even blunter economic assessment. A my fellow americans a he said a live talked to you on a number of occasions about economic problems and opportunities our nation faces and i am prepared to Tell you its a hell of a mess. Abc news reported that budget director David Stockman told Reagan Friday that the budget deficit could reach $195 billion unless More budget cuts Are made. The network quoted White House sources As saying Reagan a was not surprised by the pessimistic assessment. In his address the president strongly emphasized his opposition to protectionism. A there Are some who seem to believe that we should run up the american Flag in defense of our markets. They would embrace protectionism again and insulate our markets from world Reagan said. The president recalled that similar attitudes in the 1930s led to a economic distress in International markets and contributed to the Start of world War ii. A when other countries Don t grow they buy less from us and we see fewer jobs created at Home. When we done to grow we buy less from them which weakens their economies and their abilities to buy from us. Its a vicious Cycle a Reagan said in describing the results of a stagnant worldwide Economy. A we believe strongly that our trading system is at a Crossroads a the president said. A either free world countries go Forward and sustain the drive toward More open markets or they risk sliding Back toward the mistakes of the 1930s and succumbing to the evils of More and More government intervention. And this is really no Choice at the president pointed out that Trade ministers of a virtually All the free world countries begin a conference in Geneva next week to examine the International Market situation. During that meeting he said the United states a will reject protectionist and defeatist proposals and put Forth a program a for limiting government intervention in world a we will Lead with a Clear sense of our own commercial interests and a quiet determination to defence these interests a he said. A we will take actions at Home and abroad which enhance the ability of the United states industries to compete in International in the democratic response an hour later. Rep James Oberstar d-minn., said his party wants to put americans Back to work by rebuilding the nations highways Bridges and mass transit expanding conservation halting an escalation of natural Gas prices and passing the National development investment act and the housing assistance Bill vetoed by Reagan. A a we be made a responsible offer a Oberstar chairman of a House subcommittee on economic development said. A we invite a reasonable response from the president. If we do nothing recession will continue adding $250 billion annually to the condemns mafia acts Pope Palermo Sicily up Pope John Paul ii speaking less than 24 hours after four people were shot and killed by underworld gunmen saturday attacked the mafia by name and condemned the a barbarous violence that has bloodied Sicily s capital City. John Paul guarded by tight Security at the Start of his two Day visit to the Center of the sicilian mafias lucrative heroin trafficking Trade called the criminal violence that has claimed at least 127 lives this year an offence to Many a dignity. A the incidents of barbarous violence that for too Long have bloodied the streets of this splendid City offend human dignity a John Paul said to the cheers of some 50,000 people in the heavily guarded main Square. Thousands of police lined Palermo s Palm dotted streets to Greet the Pope on his visit to the sicilian capital his 33rd and longest trip in Italy outside the Vatican. As an increased Security measure hundreds of officers were sent to Palermo from other parts of Sicily and Mainland Italy. Palermo police reported they detained three Young men to o of German origin and another foreigner who had empty pistol cartridges and a Bayonet in their backpacks As they waited along the Popes motorcade route. A police spokesman said two of the three were arrested on charges of possessing weapons. Police identified the pair As Yorg Hans Andresen 21 and Georg Jurgens Fisher 20, both of Worms West Germany. Police said a third Man Dieter Horst Hessel 30. Was detained but released after police determined that he was not with the other two germans. A spokesman said there was no evidence the weapons were involved in any Way with the papal visit. The Pope spoke just blocks from where gunmen ambushed Italy Stop mafia fighter Gen. Carlo Alberto Dalla Chiesa and his wife three months ago. John Paul without using the word mafia in his address to City officials called the killings a a Phenomena contrary to Justice Equality and social peace that pollute human relationships. Later in a speech at Palermo University John Paul did mention the mafia when he told University professors they should use their positions to Mold Young people courageous enough to reject organized crime. A you have another Power which Springs from the strength of ideas and which is today needed More than Ever As an antidote to profound evils particular those connected with the mafia phenomenon a the looks by United press International lebanese prime minister Shefik Wazzan met . Special envoy Philip Habib saturday and said he was counting on a the american team to break the diplomatic deadlock Over the withdrawal of foreign forces from Lebanon a we Are working through the american team to Clear All differences a Wazzan said after leaving the Baarda presidential Palace where Habib also met with president Amin Gemayel Wazzan told the state run television that Habib a so far has nothing new yet but he is holding contacts with us and later with other parties to see How we can All work together to end the presence of non lebanese forces in Lebanon. Habib would Only say a we Are working toward a negotiated withdrawal of All foreign troops from Lebanon. In Syria president Hafez Assad accused Israel Ito . For help of planning new a a conspiracies and warned Arab states to prepare for further israeli expansion. In a speech praising soviet weaponry he accused the United states of having full knowledge of the israeli invasion of Lebanon and endangering Arab Security by catering to israelis needs. A after Lebanon Israel looks at us with greater spite a Assad said in a two hour address to the 20th Congress of the general Union of syrian workers. A there will be new conspiracies after Lebanon. We should be prepared to face the enemy whatever the Cost Assad accused Israel of having a a historic greed for Lebanon. Israel wants to expand without limit in the Arab world. A sources in Damascus also said Assad had made two secret visits to the soviet Union since Israel invaded Lebanon almost six months ago to Register photo Tim flock watch your step de Hastings Sandusky keeps a precarious balance aside the City water Tower in Clyde while painting the City s name. The water Tower is getting a Facelift this fall As workers hurry to Complete the work before Winter sets in

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