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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 5, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                Scouting moves to separation of girls New HwaM Zaitung KANANASKIS Alberta AP One of every 20 persons arriving for the 15th World Scout Jamboree is but the grandson of the movements founder sees boys and girls once again going their separate ways in Social morals go in Morality is coming back segregation of boys and girls is coming back Lord Robert BadenPowell said Baden whose grandfather founded scouting in heads a coeducational troop in BadenPowell said his grandfather was shocked at seeing the first troop of girl because it never oc curred to him that little girls would want to play the game of While troops in the United States and Canada generally are not several countries sent coeducational About half the scouts registered for the jamboree had arrived by late Monday in this rugged country in the Canadian about 50 miles west of and the rest were expected In preparation for Wednesdays ceremonial scouts set up tents and pursued the jamboree tradition of trading patches iden tifying their home They seemed oblivious to some political maneuvering behind the Taiwan abruptly dropped its plans to send 20 scouts because the host recognizes the Peoples Republic of China as the only Because of political tensions at efforts also were made to separate Israeli and Arab tent sites and those of Northern Ireland from other United Kingdom While BadenPowell said he sym pathized with jamboree organizers trying to reduce possible he believed children couldnt care less about adult The founder would not have fought boygirl scout nor would he have been surprised that politics sometimes interfered with BadenPowell On a trip to prerevolutionary the movements founder saw how the czar used scouts as an arm of his grandson said BadenPowells lordship was given first to his grandfather for his scouting work and has been passed from generation to Al three generations have been active in Given the I would rather not have the name because it is so much I just have so much time and my business takes me out of the country so he a currency that on reading his grandfathers Scouting for I wanted to run out of the house and start up a scout troop right The first Lord a British army officer and hero of the Boer had an idea of how boys could help his grandson He realized that if you had young people growing up with adult they could help themselves Governing party of Mexico admits defeat MEXICO CITY AP The governments party acknowledged a major defeat in elections in northern Chihuahua but claimed sweeping victories in balloting for mayors and congressmen in four other Returns broadcast Monday by the government television network from the northern state of Chihuahua showed the governing Institutional Revolutionary known by its initials was losing by a wide margin to the opposition National Action Party PAN in the state capitals race for The government television network quoted Guillermo Chihuahua state president of the as saying his conservative party had won at least nine other mayoralties in Sundays in addition to the capital Chihuahua an urban center of Prieto claimed the PAN had won by more than 2tol in Ciudad Mexicos fifth largest across the border from El But government sources said Ciudad Juarez returns indicated a much closer By Monday night less than 50 percent of the Chihuahua ballots had been counted and results Cufdad Juarez and other cities across the sprawling state were still the sources The PAN is the largest of Mexicos opposition The leftist United Socialist Party reportedly trailed a distant third in the Chihuahua The government network reported decisive victories for the PRI in the states of Michoacan and The reports could not be in dependently and PAN spokesmen claimed their party had won in the state capital of Durango by a The elections are viewed as a major test of the PRIs strength seven months after President Miguel de la Madrid took office with a pledge to carry out what he called the moral renovation of Strict import controls and other austerity measures imposed by de la Madrid to combat Mexicos worst recession since the 1930s have been widely criticized by both leftist and conservative The PRI has been the governing party in Mexico for 54 Murder suspect flees before police arrival HOUSTON AP A 20yearold parolee accused with two others of fatally stabbing four young men during the robbery of a popular amusement center fled from his girlfriends house moments before officers authorities Wharton County sheriffs officers were still looking today for Kenneth Ray who reportedly was in Wharton on Wharton has been charged with capital mur the other two arrested less than a day after the have shown no remorse about the police Richard James and his James Edward signed businesslike confessions Monday and outlined their roles in the murders of four employees at Malibu Grand said Detective The confessions of Wilkerson and Randall revealed hat the slayings were Hosier Tha suspects even had planned how they would separata the employees to majw the killings more efficient and mWmlM the victims chances of who before hit firing last from tht park was a supervisor of three of the four vic was charged with capital murder and ordered held without Wilkersons James Edward was being held at the Harris County Juvenile Probation Authorities said they would ask a juvenile court judge today to certify him as an adult so he can be charged formally for his alleged role in the crime and mur who was paroled from the Texas Department of Corrections last October after serving 19 months of a fouryear sentence for auto was spotted at his girlfriends house in about BO miles southwest of but eluded Investigators said Ransom ap parently saw officers in the neigh borhood and escaped before they got to the Eventually were going to get homicide Kerstensaid The bodies of the four employees were discovered Friday morning at the Detective Tom Udd said the three suspects allegedly entered the entertainment center shortly after midnight looted a safe and cash drawers and killed four em ployees after a violent Pilots train to see dangers of altitude I PEASE AIR FORCE AP The world at feet is a dangerous place where euphoria can give way to suffocation in In the thin air seven miles above the oxygen deficiency known as hypoxia can begin with a sense of well then befuddle its victim with pleasant Death follows Each Air Force pilots are sent into this potentially deadly atmosphere without leaving the The Air Force maintains high altitude chambers at Pease and 16 other air bases around the country to train and reacquaint flyers with the subtle symptoms of hypoxia and other hazards of high altitude The including classroom training and a two hour chamber are part of a growing awareness that physical diet and psychological factors are as important to a pilot as a well maintained Back in the 60s the pilot was worried about his We didnt really know how important the human factors says Ernest head of the Pease training Now were on the leading edge of technology and were beginning to test those limits in human The need for such training was illustrated in May when a West German executive jet with a crew of three mysteriously flew miles off course and crashed into the North The Learjet 25D was on a flight from Vienna to Hamburg when it failed to land and continued on at feet while ground con trollers and chase planes tried without success to contact the The plane apparently ran out of fuel and crashed 200 miles south of Officials theorize the crew was long dead the victims of a malfunctioning oxygen A similar mystery claimed the life of Louisiana State University football coach Robert Bo Rein in Rein was in a private plane flying from Shreveport to Baton The plane climbed to then fell into the miles off Officials said the accident may also have been caused by a gradual hypoxia that civilian pilots are not trained to To help flyers spot the symp the Air Force has its pilots strap on oxygen masks and sit in the special chamber that can duplicate conditions in the Air is pumped bringing the chamber to the equivalent of The chamber is then brought down to and the flyers are asked to remove their At first there are no obvious Breathing in easy the class turns its attention to a page of math and logic But after a minute a certain light headed feeling followed by a tingling sensation and visual These early symptoms are followed by more serious But lack of numb ness and tunnel vision can be belied by a sense of well The students are all smiles if left unattended they would be un conscious in three to five The chambers wearing masks and trailing air dont let things get that How are you an attendant asks an Air National Guard captain who is studying his math problems with great Pretty the captain with a wide Hypoxia isnt the only hazard of high altitude As the air in the chamber air and trapped gases in the human body This is most em barrassingly noticable in the lower intestinal Instructors stress the dangers of consuming carbonated beverages and gaseous There have been cases where a sudden depressurization in an aircrafts cabin has doubled a pilot over in leaving him incapable of flying the There are more dramatic The lights are dimmed and cards of dull hues of green and blue are handed When the gas masks are strapped back the colors become vivid graphic proof that oxygen improves color The class is later put in a smaller room adjoining the main A valve is popped and the altitude goes from feet to feet in a bringing a sharp explosion that leaves the room in a fog of water The change mimics a sudden The Air Force has been training pilots in high altitude chambers since World War But the service has developed a new course of study that includes lectures on exercise and sleep to help maintain a high level of Donald a member of the Air Forces Biomedical Science 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