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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 16, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                60 minutes New Braunfels HwaMZeitung January 3A Crossword CBS news show wins will air police beatings piece NEW ORLEANS AP A federal appeals court ruled Saturday that CBS can bfoadcast on schedule a segment of 60 Minutes about alleged brutality by New Orleans police during an investigation into an officers A federal district judge earlier ordered the scheduled to be shown Sunday on the popular news The network ap pealed to the 5th Circuit Court of arguing that the district judge had overstepped constitutional bounds by censoring the We find that CBS has shown that it will probably succeed on the merits of its appeal ac we grant the the threejudge panel of the appeals court said in a written ruling issued Saturday Attorneys for the policemen said they would ask the Supreme probably through Justice Byron to reverse the They were not certain of the procedure CBS had filed a twopage motion and 22 pages of briefs and petitions supporting its case at said a spokeswoman for the 5th Copies were flown to Judge Carolyn Randall in Houston and Judge Thomas Gee in The third judge who considered the case was Judge Albert Tate of New The broadcast was scheduled just three weeks before the start of a trial for seven officers accused of beating black citizens during the Defense attorneys who had won a motion to move the trial to Dallas because of extensive publicity in Louisiana said broadcasting the program before the trial began would make it impossible to find an impartial District Judge Adrian Duplantier issued a handwritten order forbidding the broadcast on Friday after CBS refused to show him a script of the program There was no hearing in open Duplantier conferred with attorneys in his private CBS said in its appeal that the prior restraint contained in this broad injunctive order is un precedented in the history of our nation and con with no a blatant violation of freedoms of speech and of the It raises issues of national importance and seriously imperils the freedom of expression has been secured to all citizens for more than 200 the network If not corrected and prior to January it will allow the a branch of the right of unbridled censorship over the contents and timing of news The injunctive order prohibits the broadcast anywhere and goes far beyond oven the relief sought by the the petition CBS also said it did not know the trial date when it scheduled the and that it would cost tens of thousands of dollars to replace the segment about the investigation with Defense lawyers argued that delaying the broadcast until the trial would result in a minimum of inconvenience to or interference with the news Duplantiers ruling in its entirety The following order was issued at approximately at a conference attended by the attorney for CBS In view of the refusal of CBS to comply with the courts previous order this its of agents and employees are hearby ordered not to broadcast in any manner whatsoever the segment at issue herein of the program scheduled for showing Robert Barkley one of CBS attorneys in New said the order imposed a nationwide blackout of the Lawyers for the policemen said it was based on interviews of people listed as victims in the in dictment of the Algiers who are accused of violating the civil rights of people they questioned by threatening and physically abusing The interrogations took place during the in vestigation of Officer Gregory Neuperts killing in a tough section of the Algiers district across the Mississippi River from downtown New James Billy and Reginald ac cused in arrest warrants of killing were killed in police raids on their homes 13 five days after Neuperts Also killed in one of those raids was Sherry Lynn Miles Police said all three tried to shoot it Two days Ray was shot and killed when he allegedly pulled a knife when police stopped him for It developed later that he was a police simply putting on an but the officers didnt know The deaths prompted an outcry from blacks who complained of police violence and State and federal grand juries refused to return any in dictments in those Two state grand juries also refused to indict anyone in the alleged ACROSS 1 Hurried 6 Realty map 10 Lowlander 14 Con love 15 Nevada tour ist town 16 Garment 17 As man 18 Surmounts 20 Serpents 21 Pleased one 22 Adjective ending 23 Slow Music 25 Ethiopian province 27 Smokes 30 Sugar suffix 31 Piffle 32 Parched 34 Containers Gibbons 40 Stirred 42 Be aware 43 Jasons wife 45 Nowise 47 Capuchin monkey 48 unit 50 Giving kick backs 52 Kind of pie 56 Light unit 57 Yep 58 Fanatic 60 Performs 63 Pas 2 words 65 glasses 66 Serf of old 67 Ribbon form 68 Godunov 69 Churchman 70 Repute 71 Articles DOWN 1ta Drum beat 2 Mans name 3 Finished 4 Pencil end 5 nation 6 Furtherance 7 Leahs son 8 Anoint 9 Matador 10 Hit sign 11 Promising one 12 More than plump 13 Covering 19 Friable FRIDAYS PUZZLE SOLVED 21 Outburst 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sliced percent off the Greek drachmas value against the a move designed to boost declining exports and increase domestic production and farmers Last month the Socialist government announced delayed cost ofliving indexlinked pay hikes for ensuring wages will lag far behind the projected inflation rate of 18 percent for most of the National Economy Minister Gerasimos who heads a team of experts brought in by also announced import restrictions on a wide range of goods from agricultural machinery to childrens He cited Common Market regulations that permit import quotas for limited periods at times of serious and persistent economic CARPET CLEANING 6253477 943 WALNUT American Heart Association YES Were Alive and Well at the Nomad Motel Restaurant phone has Call 6295383 for Take Out Orders Catering Pope speaks against capital punishment VATICAN CITY AP Pope John Paul II on Saturday asked the worlds governments to pardon prisoners on death the first time a pontiff has spoken out against capital punish The pope also called on the United States and the Soviet Union to disarm simultaneously and said foreign in terference in Central America aggravates tensions In a wideranging speech to the Vatican diplomatic John Paul said dialogue is the only road to peace and expressed his concern for the situations in Central Northern Iran and The Holy See recommends or for those who are condemned to especially those condemned for political the pope said in His remarks were translated by The Associated Vatican spokesman the Romeo Panciroli said it was the first time a pope has criticized the death Pope Pius in said the state should decide whatever punishments it deemed necessary for its Vatican City abolished the death penalty in the tiny independent city state in Until anyone convicted of attempting to kill the pope could be sentenced to The Vatican legal code even at that time was because the Lateran treaties of 1929 between the Vatican and Italy gave Italy the responsibility of trying anyone convicted of a crime on Vatican Capital punishment is illegal in The in a white cassock and skullcap and a red called for a reduction of nuclear and conventional arms and said peace cannot be constructed by one side without the He said a true internal dialogue is necessary to resolve the serious problem of social misery and internal tension in Central where outside interference is widening the gap between political The pope is traveling to Central America at the end of February or the beginning of according to Vatican The Vatican has not announced the trip officially or given a The pope made his remarks to 200 diplomats accredited to the Holy See gathered in the Apostolic Palaces Royal Most men dressed in white tie and tails and women wore long dark Some African diplomats wore traditional brightly colored The church cannot remain silent to the criminal action of making a certain number of people without leaving their families in a cruel state of the pope in what Vatican observers called a reference to Argentinas military The Church takes into its heart all those who are submitted to whatever the political regime might John Paul He also con demned arbitrary con centration and various forms of Pot plane downed BRADY AP Three people remained jailed in lieu of million bond Saturday after Customs agents forced down a plane loaded with marijuana at this central Texas the twinengine aircraft was forced to land at Brady Municipal Airport about Thursday by a planeload of federal McCulloch County Sheriff Glen whose department aided in the estimated that 120 pounds of marijuana were seized from the Peace Justice Bareckman said Saturday he set bonds totaling million for the two men and who are charged with felony possession of Bareckman identified the trio as Allen of with bond of Oscar Flores a Mexican with bond of and Cira age and address with bond of The high bond was set for Garcia to assure his appearance at a court Bareckman A grand jury will convene Friday 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