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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 2, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels April CSPAN to broadcast photos of missing children WASHINGTON AP The floor of the so often the scene of divisive political is becoming a forum of hope as members of Congress publicize the cases of missing While the television cameras roll after regular business ends for the members take turns at the microphone and hold up 16 by20inch photographs of some of the hundreds of thousands of children reported missing each Three of the children are from The televised House appeals for help began informally last summer and are now being planned in advance as more and more members seek to alert the nation to look out for missing children from their Todays scheduled the first organized House appeal of focuses on 26 children from 13 Mickey organizer of todays was the first to use the House floor for missing children when he showed pictures of two teenage girls who disappeared from the Oklahoma State I started the project last year because of my concern for the safety of the two teenage girls who had been kidnapped in my own Edwards The televised proceedings of the House were an untapped resource to help publicize these and thousands of other cases of missing Edwards said he would again today show pictures of Cinda Leann Pallett and Charlotte the Oklahoma City girls who vanished at the He had planned to publicize the case of anothet missing but that childs body was discovered late last The case of 3yearold Laura who disappeared from a campground in the Joshua Tree National Monument last Oc was Jerry Lewis reason for joining the hourlong This case makes the point that even in the most serene and presumably secure public all of us have to be very sensitive and aware of these R said of Los was only 50 yards from her parents campsite when she I dont know that theres a lot the Congress can do except playing this role of publicizing the Lewis Children are not just automatically safe because youre in a safe All of the missing children to be cited ranging from toddlers to disappeared under mysterious cir cumstances except one Jason Madjda Amini the apparent victim of a parental Jason was 7 years old when last seen on at Los Angeles International Airport with his Parviz who did not have legal custody of the Todays effort marks the second time Larry has sought to end Jasons separation from his mother by putting his case before the public via the House television The real tragedy of Jasons story is that it is too said The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children estimates million children are reported missing from their homes each twothirds of them Of the more than 95 percent are parental kidnap The CSpan cable television which carries the House reaches 21 million households via cable systems in the 50 the Virgin and Puerto according to spokeswoman Susan In the telecast will be available to other news We have more than 120 kidnapped children to be publicized and I fully hope that we will get all of their representatives to deliver speeches and display pictures on their Edwards Hourlong sessions similar to todays will be scheduled several more times this Reagan hints at possible meeting with Gorbachev President to appease Congress about Japan WASHINGTON AP President Reagan says new Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev has sent a reply to his invitation for a summit but the president refuses to divulge its The Washington which interviewed Reagan quoted unidentified administration sources as saying Gorbachev en dorsed the idea of a meeting without specifying a time or Reagan told the Post he never discusses communications with other heads of but said he was hopeful that we can have such a I and he Gorbachev and were in and well just leave it like the president Reagan extended the summit in vitation in a letter brought to Moscow last month by Vice President George Bush at the time of the funeral of Gorbachevs Kon stantin A official who follows Soviet relations closely told The Associated Press late Monday he knew of no evidence to indicate Gorbachev had definitely agreed to a summit In the Post Reagan reiterated his desire for a meeting with Gorbachev despite the killing on March 24 of Army Arthur Nicholson who was shot by a Soviet sentry in East This was a a cold blooded and it reflects on the difference between the two one that has no regard for human life and one like our own that thinks its the most important Reagan I want a meeting even more to sit down and look someone in the eye and talk to him about what we could do to make sure nothing of this kind happens Other points made by Reagan in the interview included in Geneva to reduce offensive nuclear weapons are going forward despite heavy Soviet criticism of the Reagan ad ministrations Star Wars missile defense research The plain truth of the matter is theyve been doing the same kind of research in the same areas and started it before we administration will continue its policy of quiet diplomacy in its dealings with the apartheid gover nment in South where Reagan once again blamed some of the recent violence on black saying that America should not forget the deaths of millions of Jews at the hands of the Nazis during World War Reagan said it would not be appropriate for him to visit the Dachau con centration camp during his visit to Europe next month during the 40th anniversary celebration of the Allied victory over I believe we should all start the day of the end of the and make it more of a celebration of the fact that on that 40odd years began the friendship with Germany that we now Forty years of peace between And at the same you can say and let us keep it and never go back that other WASHINGTON AP President Reagan is pointing to progress in trade negotiations with but members of Congress say they are fed up with talk and want sanctions that will force the Japanese to open their markets to The said he will oppose protectionist The Senate Finance Committee was meeting today to draft legislation that would require the president to impose tariffs and quotas on Japanese products coming into the United States to force Japan to lower trade The full Senate passed a nonbinding version 920 last In the John chairman of the Energy and Commerce and William R the top Republican on the Foreign Affairs told colleagues in a letter they will introduce legislation today calling on the president to exercise his authority under existing trade laws to respond in kind to Japans unfair and discriminatory trade The time for tabletalk negotiations has they The president must take off the Other measures are pending in both The rising anger on Capitol Hill continues despite reports from the president and administration officials that two envoys Reagan sent to Japan over the weekend received positive signals about the resolve of Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone to work with the United States on trade con Activist shoots suspect after repeated burglaries of home FORT WORTH AP A Fort Worth lawyer said he hopes he did not seriously injure a 16yearold boy he shot in the face with a shotgun during an apparent burglary attempt at a barn on his secluded 60acre farm in northwest Fort Don a wellknown civil rights was arrested after the shooting Monday but was released without being jailed or Fort Worth police Manning of the burglary division said the shooting will be referred to a grand jury for Im concerned about the young I hope that I didnt inflict permanent His life is far more important than any property he would have said a gun control The youth was shot on the left side of his mouth and He underwent surgery at John Peter Smith Hospital and was in un determined condition late who said he has been burglarized at least four times in the past said he fired a shotgun that he had borrowed from a neighbor and loaded with Manning said Gladdens which had been converted to a living had been burglarized Sunday A large amount of property was inclding a color stereo and electronic type of Manning said his actions were motivated by which began to take hold of him on when several youths tried to break into his barn about noon while he was He frightened them he but feared they would he Sunday he left the farm and returned to his home in east Fort Worth for several he He went back to the farm and discovered they had come back and finished the He said he went to sleep Sunday night in his living quarters in the but could not Every time I dozed I heard I was scared to I really he Monday with a hunch his intruders would he he drove his pickup truck over to a neighbors and walked back to the barn about 10 I hadnt been there five minutes when I heard them kicking loose the metal sheet I had put over the hole they made he This Gladden was waiting with a Two people were reopening the hole and coming inside when he he Frenchman released in Lebanon Lebanon AP A French cultural affairs official who was one of nine Westerners ab ducted in midMarch was released 10 days after he was the French Embassy said Gilles Sidney head of the French cultural center in Lebanons northern port of was released during the said embassy spokesman Francois Abi He is in good 1 have talked to him on the The spokesman declined to say where was staying after his Four other victims French vice consul Marcel French diplomat Marcel Associated Press correspondent Terry Anderson and British writer Alec Collett remain unac counted The ninth the Nicolas a Dutch Roman Catholic was found strangled to death at the bottom of a ravine in eastern Lebanons Bekaa Valley on On March a group calling itself the Lebanese Armed Revolutionary Factions claimed it had kid napped The believed to be made up of Marxist Christians in northern demanded the release of three comrades held in French and Italian There was no immediate word on the status of any of the three They are AbdelKader Saadi in and Abdullah AlMansouri and Josephine Abdo Sarkis in Italian On Danielle the secretary of the French Embassys cultural also was freed She said Monday the people who ab ducted her March 22 treated her She also said she believed the kidnappers were holding her and She said she did not know who her captors were but that they were very kind and devoutly A group calling itself Khaibar Brigades issued a statement saying it abducted all three French diplomats and Britons Geoffrey Nash and Brian Nash and Levick were released unharmed over the Texas students study more math DALLAS AP A nationwide survey shows that Texas elementary school students spend more time studying social studies and science and less time on reading and language than their counterparts in other Researchers for the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development polled schools nationwide to find out how long students spend in various subject The which did not address students showed that Texas students spend 10 minutes a day less on reading and language arts 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