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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 16, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas IA New Braunfeis November Hostage crisis forces evacuation of offices SAN ANTONIO AP A man has been charged with aggravated kidnapping after a tense threehour hostage situation that prompted the evacuation of a busy office Police said Richard of used a machine gun to hold his former girlfriend hostage in a secondfloor insurance office in the Roger Executive Rollins surrendered about Tuesday after a threeway conversation with FBI agents and a Fort Worth federal said Deputy Police Chief Robert Assistant Attorney Michael Sheehan of Fort Worth said Rollins had been free on bond awaiting a 3 trial on a federal firearms He had been on probation in Florida for a burglary Sheehan The gunman fired a shot from the automatic weapon into the but no other shots were fired and no one was Heuck this all started from an argument between he Rollins remained in the Bexar County Jail today in lieu of bond set by Night Magistrate Quon He said he needed some medical Heuck He wanted medical but he didnt specify what it A federal judge in Fort at Rollins talked to the man and helped convince him to the deputy chief In the conversation with the he decided he wanted to give himself Heuck He would surrender only to the so agents came to the The chief said he did not know the judges but Sheehan said it was Magistrate Alex Witnesses said Rollins accosted the former Patricia outside the office building and then forced her to walk up to the insurance office by threatening to kill other Murphy had just started working there Monday after transferring from the Fort Worth office of Insurance Heuck The womans coworkers told investigators that she hid been arguing with Rollins on the telephone before ne showed up at the office which is in Northwest San who was wearing shorts and a casual appeared calm as police led him through the knot of spectators surrounding the office A spokeswoman for the Koger Executive who asked not to be said she could not estimate how many people were Cheap corn to be sold to droughtstricken farmers WASHINGTON AP Legislation requiring the government to sell 83 million bushels of feed corn at bargain prices to droughtsmitten livestock growers has been approved by a SenateHouse conference The committee agreed to the provision Tuesday as part of a dairy and tobacco price support while deciding that farmers and ranchers and not the government should pay the cost of transporting the corn from storage Several conferees complained that this would ignore the needs of livestock growers in states where little or no corn is stored and where such tran sportation costs would thus be much They are being directly discriminated said Lindsay Jesse said the drought aid provision had originally passed the Senate with the understanding that the federal government would not pay for transporting the I believe the bill will be in trouble if we would add back in transportation said The drought aid provisionhad been tacked on the dairy support bill in the Senate by Democratic Lloyd Bentsen of which has been particularly hard hit by the There was no similar provision in the dairy measure approved by the The conference committee met to iron out dif ferences between the two versions of the and the committees recommendations must again be voted on in both The version approved by the committee would require Agriculture Secretary John Block to sell the three lowest grades of governmentheld corn at 75 percent of the government price floor for That price varies from county to but in Lubbock for ranchers could buy corn at about per bushel compared with a market price of about according to Bentsens Those eligible to buy the corn would be livestock growers in counties declared disaster areas by the Agriculture Department because of the The corn would be made available to assist in main taining breeding herds of livestock and including their the conferees rejected language calling on the government to pay the cost of transporting the grain to centrally located where it would have been more readily Briefly First offenderhad seven different names HOUSTON AP Reynaldo Ray Valdez was arrested six times on auto theft charges before police discovered that his fingerprints matched those of six other Hispanicsurnamed men in Harris Valdez even went before the same judge twice under different names and was given probated sentenced both times because he claimed to be a first But Valdez was finally caught when a worker in the identification division of the Houston Police Department realized Valdez had been fingerprinted several times under the names of Victor Victor David Ray Ruben Garza and Joe said Assistant District At torney Rusty Last Valdez received a sevenyear prison sentence after he pleaded guilty to perjury in the 262nd state District where he appeared in May as Ray Hardin Prison official fired by board HUNTSVILLE AP The chief of the Texas Department of Corrections internal investigations division has been fired as part of an apparent move by the prison board to take control of Texas massive prison Paul who was appointed supervisor of the operational audits division in September was relieved of duty Monday by interim director Daniel said prison spokesman Rick Broken rail may not be culprit in Amtrak derailment Texas AP A member of the National Transportation Safety Board has denounced as premature a report that a broken rail caused the derailment of a passenger train last weekend 13 miles north of Marshall that resulted in the deaths of four Were not in any position to say it would be premature to suggest a broken rail caused the ac John the board said The break in the rail may have been caused by the not vice Rehor About nine passengers remained in local hospitals Most were listed in stable The last five cars of the ninecar passenger train went off the The last three fell on their That the rail broke could be a secondary effect of the Keep in mind you have tremendous forces at said one of seven NTSB investigators who came to Marshall to study Saturdays Amtrak At least two members of the NTSB investigating team have left and Rehor said he would return to A piece of which was discovered to have broken into 58 has been sent to a metallurgy laboratory for analysis for It was made by a West German firm in Rehor The fact it shattered does not mean it was he Its entirely conceivable that the rail will be Results of speedcalibration tests and the rail test will be analyzed before a formal report is he The rail had been laid three weeks before the accident as part of a general maintenance program New Braunfeis were proud to be It takes a long time to build a We ve been working at it tor two In it took us almost 40 years to get from San Antonio to New Braunlels but were here to serve you with the tmesl roofing materials and workmanship with the kind of personal service and dependability that shard to find nowadays Beldon Roolmg is a name you can trust For your tor your busi ness For any roofing job of any size We re proud to be in the New Braunfeis area and we re ready and able to do any job you need done Any roofing And besl of were right at your fingertips Just call us in NewBrauntels at 625 8493 We II be glad you did and so will you Roofing Two Generations of Call 6258493 in New by MissouriPacific Rehor The track it replaced had been there about eight years and was beginning to wear on the Rehor He added he was impressed with MissouriPacifics The track on this railroad looks very good to he Two hours before the MissouriPacific Railroad crews had replaced a 19foot section of track just west of the one that another NTSB member The crewmen were still at the site when the Amtrak came and they ran when they heard the Rehor Derailments often are caused by a combination of mechanical and human Rehor In the broken track seemed to be the biggest cause of but lately human failure has been a leading he Man the flu progress reported DALLAS AP Fifty years after the influenza virus was scientists finally are developing drugs that effectively combat its a researcher Arnold an epidemiology professor at the University of Michigan in Ann marked the anniversary by conducting a seminar Tuesday at the national convention of the American Public Health The last major outbreak of Type A flu the most severe variety was in but influenza is so unpredictable that we have to treat every year as a flu Monto This winter we have no We have three kinds of flu and all were around last This is a very unusual We may be close to a time when a new kind of flu is going to come he Monto is among the researchers studying the only antiviral drug approved so far in the United He said the drug is effective both in preventing influenza and in reducing its It cuts the duration of fever by 50 he As a the drug is taken twice a day during the time of potential exposure and works almost Monto As a amantadine cuts down the amount of virus shed and halves the length of time a person is Monto Antiviral drugs work against all kinds of Type A but are ineffective against Type B influenza for unknown he gave up easily AUSTIN AP James Dozier says the Red Brigades already had decided not to resist when Italian police rescued him from an apart ment where he had been held captive for 42 deputy commanding general at Fort was kidnapped from his apartment on and was freed by police at He told two Rotary clubs Tuesday his captors had seen armed men in a inventoryof 5 great used cars and Youll find the car you a price youll find affordable at Krueger parking lot across the street and thought they were with a supermarket under the secondfloor apartment as their He said kidnappers later realized the armed men were and in the process my jailers decided not to When police commandos broke into the knocking Doziers guard out of his Dozier mistook them for other terrorists and tried to push them USED CARS AND TRUCKS SATISFACTION VALUE SELECTION 1981 GLC 2 DR4 SPD AC 1979 CHEVY MALIBU 4 DRV8 AC 1980 CHEVY C10 6 PS 1981 MONTE CARLO LOADED BLUE TAN V8 1983 CHEVY CAPRICE DEMO PAR LARGE DISCOUNT 1980 PONTIAC LEMANS 4 1983 CHEVROLET SILVERADOPOWER 1982 CHEVROLET CITATION 4 BEIGE 1981 CHEVETTE 4 4 AC BEIGE gL 1979 MALIBU CLASSIC BLUE 1981 CHEVY CAPRICE 4 TONE BLUE LOADED 1976 AMC HORNET 4 1980 CHEVETTE 2 SILVER 1974 PINTO 4 AC 1983 MONTE CARLO FACTORY CAR LARGE DISCOUNT 1980 PONTIAC GRAN PRIX V6 STEREO 1982 PONTIAC 6000 LE DIESEL LOADED 1974 MERCURY MARQUIS4 LOADED 1978 BUICK ELECTRA 20R PARKAVE 1979 CHEVETTE 2 BLUE AC 1980 CHEVY 1969 CHEVY YzTON We buy good used cars and trade yours for a new us about mechanical insur ance for extra KRUEGER 400 San Antonio 6253451 DRASTICALLY REDUCED TO SELL QUICKLY 1981 CHEVY LUV 4 AC BLUE METALLIC Sftrttfl 1978 AUDI 5000 4 SILVER 1981 PONTIAC LE 4 AC 1981 LUV DIESEL RED SMtS laoi UUU9 CUTLASS 1981 FORD LTO 4 WHITE 1979 IMPALA 4 DR AT AC 1971 DODGE DART 2 1977 DODGE ASPEN 4 WHITE 1981 MAZDA 82000 LONG BEDRED AC 1981 MAZD4J82000 AC SMIS 1979 CHEVY 6 AC SMW 1981 CITATION 4 AC
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