New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 4, 1985, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 04, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 4, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Summit set Nov. 19- 20 WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House formally announced today President Reagan and * Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev will meet in Geneva in late November for the first U.S.-Soviet summit meeting in more than six years. Officials cautioned not to expect any early breakthroughs in the critical area of nuclear arms control. Secretary of State George P. Shultz is expected to discuss preparations for the summit at a later news conference. It will be the first superpower summit for Reagan, who will have been in office nearly five years, as well as for the new Soviet leader who rose to power this spring as the Kremlin’s fourth Communist Party chief in as many years. The formal announcement had been expected since Monday, when Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin visited Shultz to confirm the arrangements. Spokesman Larry Speakes, in announcing that the meetings would take place Nov. 19 and 20, quoted Reagan as calling it “an opportunity to chart a course for the future." The Soviet news agency Tass also announced the summit in Moscow, where Foreign Ministry spokesman Vladimir Lomeiko said topics for discussion likely will include “the problems of vital importance, such as the prevention of nuclear war and limitation and if possible cessation of the arms race on earth and the determination of its inadmissibility in space." Washington officials had indicated the summit was to be held later this year, but the Tass announcement was the first official confirmation from either side. Judges schedule back-to- back executions HUNTSVILLE (AP) - A death row inmate has been ordered to die by injection Aug. 15 in the abduction and slaying of a Houston man, while another convict was sentenced to death Aug. 16 for the slayings of two South Texas law enforcement officers. State District Judge Joe Kegans of Houston set the Aug. 15 execution date for Leon Rutherford King, 41, convicted in the April 1980 killing of Clayton Underwood, 26. In Brownsville. State District Judge Darrel Hester signed an execution warrant for Leonel Torres Herrera to die on Aug. 16 for the killings of two officers. King's first conviction was overturned because the indictment failed to name Underwood’s 19-year-old companion. The couple was abducted at gunpoint outside a Houston restaurant. While the woman watched, King and co-defendant Allen Ray Carter, then 16, struck Underwood in the head with a rifle, investigators said. The two men then repeatedly raped the victim’s companion, then took her back to the restaurant five hours later, investigators said. Carter was sentenced to life in prision, the maximum punishment he could receive because he was a juvenile. Torres was convicted of capital murder and sentenced to death for the shooting of Los Fresnos policeman Enrique Carrisalez. He later pleaded guilty to the murder of Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper David Rucker, who was killed moments before Carrisalez was shot. The U.S. Supreme Court in May rejected Torres’ appeal. 4— of July Fireworks Pattee Wurst hall* Ut** h/ aunfels • in La* la tark • JAY CVC 4    31 i Creek. Admission: $ y OO - adv J tis. e \40-at the joie Children undcr ie free 7-11 KH. feed 4 fkefreshments Tie kits available at :Ernesto’s KOb Jr s Under fas J Saloon or liusic Haul Lend a harden Center Li br adod any JAYCEE far Haas Al. &. Travel Tr i County Office Equipment TRUCKLOAD SALE ★ ★ ★ cd ive dial to vert ( FAMOUS NAME TABLECLOTHS Make mealtime pretty with these solid color tablecloths and matching napkins. 50% polyester, 50% cotton blend. Permanent press, soil release, machine wash, tumble dry. 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