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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 8, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                February tA Korean dissident leader returns from exile South Korea AP Dissident leader Kim baejung said police used violence to separate him from his American supporters upon arriving here Kim returned from two years of self imposed exile in the United States and said he had been placed under house arrest Americans accompanying Kim said he and his wife were forcibly separated from them uponarrival at Kimpo International Airport outside The Americans said they also were roughed up by security Police used violence against They pushed I felt as if I was said at a news conference at his home In Patricia former assistant secretary of state for human rights in the Carter said earlier that Kim was battered and beaten It was thuggery at Its The conduct of officials of the South Korean government today was inexcusable and said Ed D also among those who escorted Kim He said he and Thomas D were demanding that the Embassy in Seoul lodge a formal complaint against the South Korean Kim has said he was returning to suptrert a newly formed opposition party vying for seats in the National Assembly elections President Chun Doo Huans government said it would not return Kim to prison to finish the remaining 17 years of a 20year sentence on a sedition but it added that he would be banned from par ticipating In Kim said he and his wife left the plane with the two former Ambassador to El Salvador Robert White and William International Commission of Jurists Kim said that when he refused to sntef an elevator with saying he wanted to go through regular entrance they forcibly pushed me very I felt but Im not sure if I was The situation was so Kim said his outrage was not as great as that of the Americans because Im familiar with the Korean Embassy spokesman David Fit zgerald said in a statement If the allegations are true it is a matter of serious We have sent a stem note to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs requesting a full Seoul Metropolitan Police issued a statement saying they merely separated Kim and his family from those ac companying them and escorted them to an elevator in order to ensure his No beating of Kim or any of the people accompanying him took In White House spokesman Mark Welnberg said We have which although they Indicate heavy do not indicate any Kims Lee said earlier in a telephone interview that there was no She said the couple was shoved into the elevator and later into a and taken on a strange route Kim said that upon his return home a local police official told me that t couldnt go I asked him If this was house arrest and he didnt deny Barbara a spokeswoman In Washington for the Center for Development Policy which sponsored the return said Kim was under house but govern ment officials would not confirm the Kim said only relatives would be allowed to visit but members of his delegation and foreign reporters were allowed into the Kim was sentenced to death on sedition charges in The under international later reduced his sentence to 20 White discourages party switching AUSTIN AP Phil Gramms Republicanization of Texas was expected to continue today at a Dallas news conference where an announcement was to be made that several Democratic judges would switch Democratic Mark White tried to dissuade the judges Thursday in a 90minute closed door session during which he spoke of loyalty and his plans to seek re election next himself a former scheduled an afternoon news conference in White said he failed to draw a commitment from any of the five Dallas County After the State District Judge Don Koons said he had not made up his But Koons indicated that political survival might dictate a I think as a Republican theres probably a better chance for re election in a countywide race in Dallas he Ten of Dallas Countys 68 judges are I would be comfortable as a conservative in either Koons Im interested in continuing some of the programs Ive Id like to stay on board if I The judge said White was optimistic that the Democrats could make a strong comeback next He said he expected to be a candidate for Koons1 said of He indicated he probably would expect to file and if he did that would help the White said he told the Ive always said loyalty had a high priority with We talked about that at some Also at the meeting were State District Judges Ron Chapman and Thomas Thorpe and County Judges Bill Coker and Mike Sch Those four could not be located for comment after the Earlier this Schwille said the Democratic Party had gotten too liberal for old rockbottom conservatives to Thats as far as Im going to Youll know he White said the judges were concerned about change in the top of the ballot having a whiplash at the bottom of the ballot and turning altogether very capable judges out of office and not necessarily putting capable ones into Koons and White said changes are needed in the judicial selection Its pretty difficult to ask a voter to sort through a list of 120 to 130 people and pick the 68 you think are best the judge Late tax payments will cost Texans By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Late tax payments by mortgage firms are going to cost an estimated Texas residents some federal income tax deductions and similar late payments have forced Midland school officials to have to dip into reserve Officials of Lomas the nations largest mortgage say a variety of reasons kept them from paying the taxes for about mortgage including in the Dallas Fort Worth In the Houston area and about in other Texas We bear a lot of responsibility and feel we have not delivered the best said Walter senior executive vice president of Lomas told the Dallas Morning We have spent a great deal of time trying to figure out what we would do I would expect It to Klein blamed the delay In the Dallas area on a variety of Including converting to a new computer and the failure of a taxbill collecting company to deliver work on In the Houston Klein said Harris County reassessed many properties and was late In presenting tax Taxing authorities In other areas were also he The mortgage customers will not be able to claim the deductions for taxes paid on their loans if the payments were not made before the Internal Revenue Service At school officials said they have had to use reserve funds to pay employees and bills because a Californiabased tax reporting service has not paid almost in school Ronald chief appraiser for the Midland County Appraisal told the Lubbock Avalanche Journal Thursday that Ticor Realty Tax Service still has not submitted payments on about million in property taxes owed on accounts for which Ticor was About of the overdue taxes are owed to the school Wilkinson Don school district business manager at said the late tax payments could not have the district at a worse time because the school system is not receiving any state funding during January and February for the first time this Weve been hit hard from both Furgeson Midland was designated as one of several school districts above the statewide average of wealth per student and as a result of the school reform bill passed by the Texas Legislature does not recelveits share of state funding in January and The district receives funding from the state between September and December and March through he We of anticipating getting most of our tax revenue at the end of Furgeson Its hurting Ticor is the same firm that failed to submit tax payments on about accounts in Lubbock County prior to January Professor designs space intercom system HOUSTON AP Now that NASA is conducting classified shuttle space agency researchers are looking for ways to ensure un wanted eavesdroppers arent let in on the Specialists with the National Aeronautics and Space Ad ministration believe the answer may lie in a communication system that transmits signals by invisible in frared a professor Harold a technology professor at the University of is helping NASA develop the infrared which allows astronauts to speak to each other onboard without being Spacetoground converstion was completely blacked out last month when NASA staged its first mission dedicated solely to work for the Department of Fifteen similar missions are astronauts use head phones and a microphone to speak to ground controllers in a system using radio waves that are The astronauts use the same system to talk to each but NASA officials are concerned because onboard discussions are not They are worried about a nearby satellite picking up what theyre saying onboard the said in a recent Killen said the infrared system uses transmitters that blink and pick up blinks to The entire room will be flooded with infrared Killen Infrared energy already is used to transmit commands to robots used in factories with a high level of radio background and Killen said he foresees other Its useful in picking up missiles with he With an infrared you can pick up the energy from a match miles Killen helped develop the Saturn V which took men to the moon and was project engineer for Rice Universitys Aurora I which studied the northern He says is he currently working on a shuttle project to develop in which a laser is used to make docking Newspapers concerned about ads for baby adoption Weather AP The classified ads are usually from well off couples in the metropolitan New York or Boston The ads say the couple will offer all material Wanted a white The price to A recent increase in such ad vertisements in Vermont newspapers has state adoption of ficials wondering how widespread the practice is and concerned about a lack of This Is a new said Jeffery director of Vermont Childrens Aid the largest nonprofit child welfare program in the I have never seen this many ads before here in the We have become aware of them within the last two said Maureen head of the states adoption But there have been a whole lot of them Fifteen personal ads for adoptions were placed in Sunday editions of the Burlington Free Press and the Sunday HeraldTimes The increase is a result of difficulty in adopting children in metropolitan Thompson Since there are so very few healthy Infants they have to search far ther They have to advertise as far away as In where private adoptions are social workers call the process the gray market because the money paid to a mother who places her child for adoption is much less than in other In those the high cost has created a black Adoption officials and a New York woman seeking to adopt a child through a classified advertisement say that the price of private adoption in Vermont is between to In New York or New where it is it can cost In there were about 300 adoptions in Johnson believes about 100 of those adoptions were including many who used newspaper A who would not give her name in a telephone interview said she and her husband have placed a classified ad in Vermont newspapers for the last two I would say it is impossible to go through an she You have to wait She said she and her husband successfully adopted a girl two years ago through a newspaper She would not say where her adopted daughter was Her ad is typical Happily married couple with much love and security to give desires to adopt white Call Other ads report of the ad vantages of secure or all material advantages Thompson said she is not opposed to the newspaper ad vertisements because I am not aware of any horrible situations but many people do have on the other It raises some Were talking about I am concerned about the processes the risk in volved for children and the The controls are not very tAat old saying is Then Life Begins Today For MIKE GRIST Love Sally 14K GOLD ARTCARVED CLASS RINGS Record Gold Sale Get a tecotd ol youi achievemeni on a beauti ful ArtCarved 14K gold high school class nng Youll gel FREE cusloni features and AttCarveds Full Liletune Wnitanly this greal oiler expires May 198b and is lo bo used only lot the puichase ol UK gold high school class nngs FREE 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