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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 17, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas Gun show By HENRY KRAUSSE Staff writer Gun shows are hard to describe part retail part museum there are no rules governing make or Each exhibitor is free to wheel and You pays yer money and you takes yer The third annual gun show of the New Braunfels Police Officers Association is no Dealers from across the state gathered at the Civic Center Saturday to barter and sell everything from modern sporting arms to The which continues today from 9 to 5 gives gun and the merely a chance to see and buy hundreds of And its not all just Knives and and other accessories share the One table displayed jewelry and key chains made from spent shell Howto manuals for guerrilla warfare and all 0 around anarchy are Also for sale are uniforms from a variety of nations and an unbelievable assortment of wartime NBPD Officer Kevin Clayton sat by the door collecting the adult admission Were doing better attendancewise than the last two Theres a lot of people Out of 126 available tables weve i i WWII relics highlight annual event rented out about 98 percent of he tables are laden with and the predominant colors seem to be the rich wood hues of rifle stocks and the olive drab of uniforms and Chris a quiet young man with big sat behind a tableful of Nazi including two mannequins in full We get our stuff from and some from mail People put out lists of items for and theres evert a Der devoted to German Army This is just a Ive really only been into it for two and a half If we make any money on I just turn around and put it into something Starlin Individual veterans are his favorite source of Thats the main place to buy as far as Im Id rather get them from a veteran because you know theyre Prices depend on which is rated and poor for dealer sales Starlin specializes in Nazi although we do get a couple of Jap items once and a Ive always thought the Germans were Starlin See GUN Page ISA v Sunday Taylor Communications 50 cents August Herald 66 Pages 4 Sections US PS 377880 New Texas Three more hijacked to MIAMI AP A dramatic surge in the new wave of airplane hijackings broke out Saturday as three jetliners were ordered to Hayana two of them within half an hour and four Cuban men were as they tried to board an airplane in carrying officials The hijackings brought to six the number commandeered and ordered flown to Cuba during the and to 11 the number of planes day after federal officials announced a stepup in airport Two of the hijackings of a Delta Air Lines widebody L1011 and a Republic Airlines DC9 occurred within half an hour Saturday according to the Federal Aviation Administration in An Eastern Airlines Boeing 727 was or dered to Cuba Saturday morning and returned to Miami in the a few hours before the Saturday night anes were commandeered ftpin the United States to Cuba from 1961 to Saturdays takeovers came one Roger Myers of the said the Republic plane was com mandeered by three and that one to three persons who Myers said apparently had four of diverted the Delta Further details about the methods used were not immediately The Republic carrying 106 passengers and five crew arrived in Havana at about The Delta jet had 157 passengers and a crew of eight aboard when it landed in Havana at government and airline officials iWithin of landingin the two planes were being See Page 16A Gypsum eyes growth Plans for expanding the United States Gypsum Company plant in New Braunfels have been announced by the companys board of The expansion will nearly double the local quicklime and hydrate making the city the largest lime producer in the The located approximately 20 miles northeast of San will the second facility in the country to produce both types of The expansion reflects the com panys commitment to increase its ability to serve industry in Texas and the Gulf Coast Graham company The Sun Belt and par ticularly is one of the fastest growing areas in the United Inside Morgan and the New Braunfels plant is centrally located to meet in dustry a critically important chemical for which there is little economical has a variety of commercial One of its oldest but still current uses is in building construction stucco and When the local expansion is com quicklime production capacity will increase by 88 Con struction work is expected to begin the first quarter of 1981 and anticipated completion date is The current plant is one of the major employers in the New Braunfels area and an appropriate 15 percent increase in the work force will be required upon completion of the plant Headlights on cars traveling along IH 35 form eerie patterns Stall photo by John Senter Oswald theory FORT WORTH AP Some dismiss it as just a publicity others insist it is the key move in discovering details of a massive Soviet And the main character in the drama has been dead nearly 17 The question who is buried in Lee Harvey Oswalds grave At the center of the controversy is British author Michael who believes the man in the grave is not For three Eddowes has insisted accused of assassinating President John is institutionalized in the Soviet where he defected in The day of the killing police arrested a man they said was Lee Harvey Oswald and charged him with the presidents Two days before he could be in that man was shot to death in the basement of the Dallas police station by nightclub owner Jack who died in jail British author says real Kennedy assassin was Soviet agent three years later while awaiting retrial of his murder Eddowes claims the man shot by Ruby and buried in Fort Worths Rose Hill Cemetery is a Soviet agent named Alek James Hidell who assumed Oswalds returned to the United States and shot I know I know a Russian agent shot your president and I intend to prove Eddowes told the Associated Press last I think thats a bunch of said Dallas County Sheriffs Deputy Walter who executed the search warrant at Oswalds apartment the day Kennedy was Theres no doubt in my mind that the guy killed in the basement and buried in Fort Worth was Lee Harvey Potts Eddowes wants the body exhumed and examined to make The approved by Oswalds was delayed at the request of Oswalds who purchased the grave plot and pays for its A state judge has agreed to hear arguments on the exhumation perhaps clearing the way for resolution of Eddowes which he began actively pursuing three years His original petition for an exhumation filed last is pending before the Texas Supreme Court after rejections by lower Bill chief prosecutor for the Dallas County district attorney in believes Eddowes motivation is not a search for but for There have been a bunch of people making a living out of the assassination ever since it Alexander There were books written about Lincolns death for 100 years after it and now there are books about the books about Lincolns Dallas Police Gus who in terrogated Oswald after his I think this is only a publicity Oswalds Marina Oswald said she agreed to the exhumation order to put rumors to but that she does not need reassurance that the man in the grave is Lee Harvey I dont need the she told The Associated Press from her home in Rock east of Dallas I dont need it for myself I just signed the Others have speculated Kennedy was killed through the clandestine machinations of organized Fidel rightwing Dallas oil the South American remnants of Nazi Germany or the Ku Klux Allan a political science professsor at the University of Texas at admits he is fascinated at the number and variety of theories surrounding Kennedys but believes it is merely an outgrowth human I dont want to make this sound too but I think there is a shadowy side to and we gravitate to Our TV shows and movies prove Look at all the books that make millions of that say the world is full of that Ar mageddon is just around the we tend to look for other ex planations than the in many Saxe writes a weekly column of social comment for a suburban newspaper and does similar commentary occasionally on a Dallas TV He admits an academic interest in the Kennedy conspiracy but wonders what end will be served if Oswalds grave is opened and the man in side is not Lee Harvey What are we going to do declare war on the Soviet Union
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