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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Vittles ready for Scouts Jamboree New Braunfels July BA BOWLING AP Six tons of 7 tons of sirloin 10 tons of breakfast cereal and three miles of Thats what it takes to be prepared for mere than Boy Scouts and leaders who vill gather at Fort Hill this week for a Jam boree marking the 75th anniversary of Scouts from all 50 states and 32 foregn countries will be represented at the weekUng the llth for the Boy Scouts of America and the second at this Army base about 65 miles south of Washing Briefly Until the closing show with the Oak Ridge Boys on July the Boy Scouts will spend their days at the Jamboree pursuing other building campfires and earning merit The Jamboree will reflect the worlds progress in 75 Exhibitors will include IBM and Apple computers and the National Aeronautics and Space We used to teach how to stop a runaway Now we teach safe said Ralph the Jamborees You have to stay with the The Boy Scouts even will be able to use a computer to fulfill that traditional camp requirement writing a letter This Jamboree even had to overcome a modern hazard contamination with dioxin which was discovered on the site of a demolished The Army spent earlier this year to have contaminated soil hauled although they stressed that no health problems had cropped up among the Scouts who attended the 1981 Jamboree The boys attending the Jamboree range in age from 12 to 17 and were picked to attend by their local Although the Jamboree officially begins Wednesday with an opening show featuring the Beach most Scouts and leaders will be arriving Monday and Jordan By Tuesday night well have about or a little he Jordan estimated the cost of the Jamboree at paid by Scouts who are chipping in each to AUTOHAUS OF TERtiELL PARK MERCEDES SPECIALISTS 3450 NORTHEAST PARKWAY SAN TEXAS 78218 AUTOHAUS Is now offering a special service for your We will check and flush your cars we will do an air con ditioning operation and performance diagnosis for the low price of just CALL FOR APPOINTMENT No MOVE deaths came by gunfire PHILADELPHIA AP None of the 11 deaths inside the MOVE compound during the May 13 siege has been attributed to a city health official Pathologists filed their report on the autopsies but the official cause of death in each case was not No bullet fragments have been found in the Health Commissioner Stuart Shapiro said in a telephone At this time there is no reason to believe the cause of death was The remains of seven adults and four children were found at the primitivist cults fortified one of 61 houses destroyed in a fire that broke out after police bombed the Ramona and Birdie are the only ones known to have escaped from the burning MOVE All cult members assumed the surname Attorneys for Birdie Africa and his father have sued the contending it used excessive force and should have taken the boy from the armed radical group The suit charges that Birdies Andino had several times sought the citys help in trying to obtain custody of Birdie from his estranged Those efforts ended when MOVE members warned that further at tempts to meet with Birdie would put the boy in mortal according to the won custody of Birdie two weeks after the Woman doused with then set herself on fire TEMPLE AP Bell County authorities say a woman who doused herself with gasoline and set herself on fire apparently committed The body of Rita of was found in a wooded area near here Bell County Justice of the Peace Eugene McKenzie said a letter was found near the but he wouldnt reveal its Lets just say it was enough to convince me it is McKenzie Her husband and son discovered a suicide note at their residence early Friday and turned it over to in McKenzie Gibsons body was discovered by a couple who drove into the wooded area to practice pistol authorities A gas can and a car were found Her clothes burned and her entire body McKenzie There were no other wounds on the he Buyer for Caubles bank holdings found DENTON AP The government has found a buyer for the bank holdings it seized from con victed drug smuggler Rex Marshal James Barton said Friday that the government hasj selected the bid of a group of localj investors for Caubles majority in terest in Western State But he also said that identity of the buyers and the amount of their bid will be kept confidential until the group is approved by the Federa Deposit Insurance and the Texas Banking He said the bid should becom public within the nex seven to 10 The government acquired i majority interest in the bank througn an agreement settling Caubles ii terests in Cauble The government also acquired Cutter Bill Western Wear stores in Dallas and Houston in the Attorney Bob Wortham estimated the total assets of Caube Enterprises at between milli n and 180 with debts of million to He described the bank and tlie western wear stores were the thrue best assets of Cauble Wortbam said the government will retain ownership of the store site in 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