The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, June 23, 1987, Image 5

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IBM-PC/XT COMPAT IBLES: 640KB-RAM, 2-360KB DRIVES, TURBO, KEYBOARD, MON ITOR: $649. PC/AT SYSTEMS: $1249. 16U8/14 1983 Honda XL 200 R. good condition, street legal. $450. 090-3153. 162l6/26 '86 SUZUKI MOPED. Low Mileage, Great Condition, $275. Carol 696-0414. 163t6/26 LOCAL ADVERTISING RATE CARD Effective September 1. 1986 The Battalion Division of Student Publications Department of Journalism Texas A&M University College Station, Texas 77843 SALES OFFICE ENGLISH ANNEX Ross Street, Campus PHONE: 409-845-2696 or 7 BUSINESS OFFICE Room 230 Reed McDonald Building Ross and Ireland Streets, Campus PHONE: 409-845-2611 All rate* on thla card refar to Standard Advartlalng UnNa GENERAL INFORMATION Published Monday through Friday during regular semes ters; Tuesday through Friday during summer sessions; Wednesday only during most other weeks. Ad reservation deadlines: 9 am two working days be fore publication except for At Ease (weekly entertainment tabloid) which is 9 a m. 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Tuesday, June 23, 1987/The Battalion/Page 5 World Briefs Judge: Canadian need not speak in trial of Deaver WASHINGTON (AP) — A fed eral judge ruled Monday that Ca nadian Ambassador Allan Gotlieb cannot be compelled to testify at the perjury trial of former White House aide Michael K. Deaver. U.S. District Judge Thomas Pen- field Jackson denied independent counsel Whitney North Seymour’s motion to compel service on Gotlieb and quashed the subpoena. Deaver is accused in a five-count indictment of lying about the extent of his involvement with the acid-rain issue before he resigned as deputy White House chief of staff to be come a lobbyist for Canada and other clients. Seymour said Gotlieb was the only witness who could prove that Deaver lied when he said he could not recall having lunch Jan. 5, 1985, with the Canadian ambassador and his wife, Sondra. Seymour touched off a diplomatic flap last month when he sent an FBI agent to serve subpoenas on Gotlieb and his wife at the Canadian Em bassy. Embassy officials refused to ac cept the subpoenas and later accused Seymour of violating international law by trying to serve them. Seymour then responded by ac cusing the Canadian government of “duplicitous” behavior by cooperat ing with his investigation to satisfy political critics but ultimately refus ing to provide crucial testimony in the case against Deaver. Jackson rejected Seymour’s con tention that Canada had waived its diplomatic immunity by agreeing to answer written questions posed last year by Seymour. “The Canadian note of July 1986 is neither expressly nor by any fair implication a commitment by Can ada to subject its ambassador, or any other of its diplomatic personnel, to the American judicial process in this case,” Jackson said. South Korean leader will attend meeting with opposition heads SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — President Chun Doo-hwan made a dramatic reversal Monday after nearly two weeks of violent street protests, agreeing to meet with op position leaders and consider de mands for democratic reform. His opponents insisted all political detainees be freed before the talks, expected later this week. Police say at least 8,000 people have been ar rested since anti-government agita tion began June 10 and thousands remain in jail. There were fewer reports Mon day of protests and fights with riot police. Most of the violence occurred at universities. Thousands of students hurling firebombs and rocks battled police around at least four Seoul campuses and protesters briefly overran at least one riot squad. Police fired vol ley after volley of tear gas and at tacked with armored cars. The president said he would be willing to meet with Kim Young- sam, head of the Reunification Dem- ’ ocratic Party, and other opposition groups and would consider de mands for reform. Kim’s party is the main political opposition. Chun’s foes demand direct presi dential elections, but the former general declared April 13 that his successor would be chosen by the current electoral college system and debate on constitutional change would be postponed until after the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. He has chosen Roh Tae-woo, a for mer general, to succeed him in Feb ruary. News reports said the government would release many of the people detained since June 10, when the ruling party endorsed Roh’s candi dacy and protests began, and that Chun and Kim were expected to meet in two or three days. Syria promises to help free journalist Glass from Beirut BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) — Syria said Monday it will free captive American journalist Charles Glass “at all costs.” Eight people died in factional gunfights in Beirut slums where many foreign hostages are be lieved held. Police said 17 people were wounded during shootouts in the Shiite Moslem slums of Ghobeiri, Hay Madi and Haret Hreik between the Mokdad Shiite clan and support ers of Akel Hamieh, military com mander of the mainstream Shiite Amal militia. Neither faction has been linked to abductions of the 25 foreigners still held. Amal leader Nabih Berri, also Lebanon’s justice minister, ordered his militia Saturday to join the search for Glass, 36, and Ali Osseiran, 40, whose father Adel is defense min ister. Street battles in the south Beirut slums began at midday, eased at midafternoon and picked up again before sundown, police reported. The sound of gunfire and rocket- propelled grenades could be heard in both Moslem and Christian sec tors of the city. Fourteen men abducted the latest victims last Wednesday, along with Osseiran’s driver, in south Beirut’s seaside Ouzai suburb. It is a strong hold of the Iranian-backed Hezbol lah, Lebanon’s most militant Shiite faction. State radio quoted Brig. Gen. Ghazi Kenaan, Syria’s military intel ligence chief in Lebanon, as saying: “I am here to free them. The prob lem will be resolved at all costs and I believe that will be accomplished soon.” Marines discharge deserter after being AWOL17 years QUANTICO, Va. (AP) — A Ma rine Corps deserter who was recap tured after being at large for 17 years is being discharged “for the good of the service” instead of being court-martialed, the Marines said Monday. Douglas G. Beane, vyho has been held at the Quantico Marine Base since June 9, admitted being guilty of desertion and to charges of deal ing in the black market and threat ening to kill another Marine, a base spokesman said. Beane, 39, of Rochester, Vt., had been facing trial on those charges in Vietnam when he deserted. He was arrested in Australia as he applied for a visa to visit the United States. The decision to give Beane a dis charge on other than honorable con ditions was made by Lt. Gen. Frank E. Petersen, commander of the Ma rine Corps Development and Educa tion Command at Quantico. Beane was arrested in December in Australia, where he had lived the past 17 years. He was applying for a passport at the U.S. Consulate so he could visit his sick father in Ver mont. cut here 1 Defensive Driving Course june 24, 25 and June 30, July 1 College Station Hilton Pre-register by phone: 693-8178 Ticket deferral and 10% insurance discount cut here i fffflgii AAMCO. 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