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wf'1,''Nl0lfl''Wi 2The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, November 22, 1988 World and Nation Bush offic From Associated Press reports POINT CLEAR, Ala. President-elect George Bush's cam paign manager, setting "black out reach" as a top goal for the Repub lican Party's future, said Monday the GOP has formed a political base that could hold the White House for decades. Lee Atwater, tapped to be the new Republican National Committee chairman, told the nation's GOP governors that in the last three presidential races the party has laid claim to enough key states that it "could and should win the presidency right on through the next century." Atwater spoke to the annual National Republican Governors Conference along with Bush's chief of staff-designate, New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu. The agenda also included two newly named Bush Cabinet figures, Attorney General Arab airmy From Associated Press reports JERUSALEM Dozens of Israeli soldiers smashed doors and windows and overturned cars in a Palestinian refugee camp after their bus was pelted by stones, Arab witnesses and state-run television said Monday. An army spokesman said the incident, which occurred Sunday night at the Kalandia camp north of Jerusalem, was being investigated. "Apparently reserve soldiers were involved," said the army official, who JAPANESE CUISINE & SUSHI HOUSE Come dine with us at Park Terrace! Nightly Specials & Authentic Japanese Cuisine For Reservations Park Terraco Shopping Center ,2223 Hwy 54 Durham, FJ.C. Also, Now Hiring! MONITOR COMPANY Strategy Consulting We are a rapidly growing strategy consulting firm based in Cambridge, MA. Our international client base is composed of primarily Fortune 500 companies and their international equivalents. 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Candidates for the Consultant position should have an outstanding academic record, excellent interpersonal skills, and a demonstrated ability to perform well in an intense and loosely-structured work environment. o Dai ononunzes'ouacK u Dick Thornburgh and Education Secretary Lauro Cavazos. The president-elect speaks Tuesday to the conference, which is being held at the Grand Hotel resort on Mobile Bay. Sununu said the initial Cabinet announcements have begun forming the administration's economic team. He said the next announcements probably will be after Thanksgiving with "the focus shifting to the defense side." Atwater, reviewing the 1988 cam paign and looking to GOP hopes for coming election years, said the party has "an opportunity in the black community," which has been solidly Democratic. In the conference hall Monday, there were only a couple of blacks in the crowd of perhaps 400. "Black outreach is a top priority," Atwater said, along with "Hispanic outreach." to pirobe refugee camp violence cannot be identified under military rules. "If the reports are true, the soldiers will be brought to court." Reserve units have been activated to support the regular army in trying to contain the 11 -month-old Pales tinian uprising against the 21 -year Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Six Palestinian teenagers suffered gunshot wounds Monday in clashes with Israeli troops in Gaza, Arab hospital officials said. In Gaza's Jabaliya refugee camp, Lunch: Tue.-Fri. 11:30-1:30 Dinner: Tue.-Thur. & Sun: 5:30-9:30 Fri. &Sat. 5:30-10:00 n As for his own role, which has been viewed by Democratic critics as lowering the level of the presidential campaign, Atwater said: "I'm not going to try to be a national celebrity." Atwater drew laughter from the Republican crowd when he referred to Bush's Democratic foe, Massachu setts Gov. Michael Dukakis. "I'm not going to say anything bad about them at this point. I can't think of anything bad about them that I didn't say in the campaign," he said. Atwater's predecessor on the national GOP committee, Frank Fahrenkopf, said the Democrats problem in 1988 was "the wrong, message with the wrong messenger." "A tremendous political realign ment has already taken "place," he said. "We have parity on the battle field now." New York Rep. Jack Kemp, while contending that new taxes are not two Palestinian children, a teenager and a 55-year-old woman were treated for injuries from rubber bullets fired to break up demonstra tions, the doctors said. They insisted on anonymity. The army spokesman's office con firmed two woundings, both in the Shati camp in Gaza City, and said it was checking the other reports. The incident at the Kalandia camp began at about 9:30 p.m. Sunday when the bus carrying the soldiers was reportedly hit by stones. The soldiers made a circuit through the camp, smashing house and car windows, before returning to their bus and leaving, witnesses said. One camp resident, shown on television next to an overturned car, said the soldiers came without CHINESE RESTAURANT . Chinese Gourmet Dinner Buffett i Dinner I Now Open on Mon. Nights & Sat Lunches o. rfiVrf- I All the SHRIMP,BEEF, CHICKEN & ORIENTAL BlflTCI i VEGETABLES You Can Eat J p J Plus Fried Rice, Egg Roils & Dumplings I I Cll Jm - . r- V" V 3 967 - 4101 VISA outreach needed to deal with budget deficits, also defended the Bush strategy in the campaign. New York Gov. Mario Cuomo, he said, described it as a "dirty campaign . . . Mario Cuomo's definition of dirty is when our party struck back at one of the lowest campaigns that has ever been run against a man in my political memory." Kemp, discussing the "Republican revolution," said the party's advances have set the stage for what may be "the most exciting 10 years" of this century. Taking part in the conference sessions Monday were 20 of the nation's 23 Republican governors, along with two governors-elect. Before the conference, most of the Republican governors made clear they support Bush on major domestic issues, including his pledge against new taxes. warning. "I looked out of the window and saw more than 25 or 30 army people," he said. "First they overturned this car. Then they damaged my car, which is parked here every day." He added: "I didnt do anything. I'm an honorable man." Witnesses said at least four cars were damaged. The witnesses said the soldiers also broke down the gates to yards and the doors to homes and smashed windows with their rifle butts. Rulf Van Uye, spokesman for the U.N. Relief and Works Agency, said "well over 20 houses" were reported by camp residents to be damaged. The organization supervises aid to the refugees. r$27oo I OFF I - 1 mod. 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In addition, the Garcias were accused of taking $77,500 and a diamond and emerald necklace from Wedtech founder John Mariotta and his wife, Jennie, in 1985. . Wedtech, now out of business, was a tiny South Bronx machine shop that grew into a multimillion-dollar-a-year defense contractor through a Small Business Admin istration program that allowed minority-owned firms to obtain government contracts without competitive bidding. Chicago mayoral election set SPRINGFIELD, 111. The Illinois Supreme Court set the stage Monday for Chicago's third mayoral free-for-all in six years, ruling that voters must decide who serves the last two years of the late Mayor Harold Washington's term. Siding with city officials who scheduled a Feb. 28 primary and an April 4 general election next year, rather than waiting until 1 99 1 , the court said Mayor Eugene Sawyer's appointment by the City Council after Washington's death does not extend through 1991, when Washington's term ends. Washington died of a heart attack on Nov. 25, 1987, less than eight months after, winning a second term. LaRouche trial begins ALEXANDRIA, Va. The mail fraud and conspiracy trial of political maverick Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr. and six supporters opened Monday with a federal prosecutor teljjng jurors that,.the defendants conspired to raise more News in Brief than $30 million in loans that they never planned to pay back. . Assistant U.S. Attorney Kent; Robinson, in his opening state- ' ment, said "we are not here toj judge" the politics of the three- j time presidential candidate and his j organization. "This case is about money," Robinson told the jury of eight women and four men. "It is about their fund-raising practices." Defense attorneys countered; that LaRouche and the co-' defendants had no intention of defrauding those who loaned them ! more than $30 million but only'. received about $3 million in' repayments. ' LaRouche was indicted in' October on 13 counts of mail; fraud, conspiracy to commit mail fraud and conspiracy to defraud ' the Internal Revenue Service. Conviction on all counts could; carry a prison term of 65 years: and fines of $3.25 million. ; Six of his associates face lesser ; sentences if convicted of the mail ; fraud and conspiracy charges. Greek shipping heiress dies BUENOS AIRES, Argentina; Christina Onassis died of acute ' pulmonary edema, or accumula tion of fluid in her lungs, a judg said Monday. Investigator! reportedly were focusing ohv whether the Greek heiress died from an overdose of barbiturates.'51 Judge Juan Carlos Cardinali; said the cause of death wasw. included in a partial report he; received from forensic experts who1 performed the autopsy oh Miss Onassis following her death Sat urday, apparently of a heart; attack. .j Heart attacks can cause the! accumulation of fluid in the lungs or pulmonary edema. Medical examiners reportedly were looking into various possible; causes of death. Family members and friends repeatedly have ruled, out suicide. . '"' !", Milan Toronto: c V " -

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