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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Briefly Tank corroded before downtown blast Braunfete July 19U6 Schultz rejects Nicaraguan talks SAN ANTONIO AD Arson investigators say they found evidence of corrosion and several alterations on a am monia tank that exploded at tin ice plant in killing four and in juring 21 From our own the tank appears to be quite a few years old and appeared to have been altered several said Dame chief of the fire departments arson The tank burst at the Suulhern Henke ice plant May killing four of those injured were firefighters overcome by ammonia The blast left a 20by20foot hole in an outside wall at the ice near downtown San Davila said he did not know how many times the tank had been but he said there were at least six welded alterations Sources say Tennessee will get Saturn complex U h 1 K U I I t A P i Tennessee w n with population of about been as the site for General ors C o r p s Saturn according to a report published Sprint about 30 miles south if is GMs final the Detroit Free Press reported in a copyright The newspaper quoted unnamed officials involved in the Saturn project who said the siU1 decision would not ehanue and would be an nounced the next several liM spokesman Stan Hall said he could neither runfirm nor deny the the Nashville quoting unnamed industry officials who have been informed of the site selection said today in a copyright story that the Spring Hill choice is final with one The site committees selection is but there are no an unnamed official told Lhe Tan UAVY rejection of the labor letter could send the entire project back to the beginning of the The company has said it would wait until a labor contract was ap proved by United Aato Workers leaders before announcing a Escaped prisoner still at large KOCKPORT i AP A day after pulling a gun on Aransas County Sheriff Robert Hewes and fleeing in his unmarked escaped prisoner Philip Shuitz remained at large of Rockport over powered the sheriff late Wednesday night near authorities while Shuitz and another prisoner were being transported to state Shuitz was to begin serving a 20 year sentence for revocation of probation on a burglary Hewes State and local law enforcement officers focused their search for Shuitz in Aransas County and ad jacent San Patricio Authorities said they beheved Shuitz was in the Rockport area Thursday night because a dispatcher heard a trasmission that seemed o be coining from the sheriffs The man was making threats to Hewes Weve got the area pretty well saturated with patrol but weve not found him Hewes said Thursday The prisoner was still at large this City manager suspended following altercation CtARKSVILLE AP City Manager James has been suspended because slugged a city said had accused i n mismanaging city who has been city of this Northeast Texas f r five was suspended by a 62 vote f the City which met emergency session Wednesday hours after Pryor had the with councilman Bill Rains Mayor Williamson said Rains told him he was just sitting in a chair when Pryor hit the Guerre Pryor told the mayor that Rains was a smart tone of newspaper added Rains was a the meeting Thursday ruiiht with a reu eve and skinned MEXICO CITY AP After candid talks with Mexican Secretary of State George Sholtz has rejected an appeal from the Contadora peace that the United States resume talks with leftist Insofar as the meetings with Nicaragua are the conditions that have been set out that would lead us to want to resume those have not been Shuitz told a news con ference Thursday He said those conditions center around Nicaraguas readiness to undertake a dialogue cf internal reconciliation sponsored by the Roman Catholic Mexico and the other three Contadora nations earlier in the week urged the United States to return to the bargaining table with Nicaraguan officials in an effort to end the violence in Central PUBLIC NOTIC TEAGUE ENTERPRISER FORMERLY FURNITURE WORLD CashVisa Master Card DEALERS WELCOME Brands you will find Barcaloungar Bedrooms Living Rooms Recliners Bedding Lamps Dining Room Dinettes Bunk Bed This is your opportunity to set your own Price SATURDAY 10 AM til 7PM I TO BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER SUNDAY 12 Noon until SOLD OUT 2 DAY FURNITURE AUCTION TBAGUE ENTERPRISES Formerly Furniture World 10410 Perrin Beitel San Texas AUCTIONEER Henry Foreman Texas License TXs0651546 Be Here negotiators in January suspended discussions with the Sandinista government in the Pacific resort city of Tne United States Congress recently voted to resume aid to the Contra rebels fighting to overthrow the leftist Sandinista Front regime that came to power in Nicaragua in Nicaraguan officials repeatedly have predicted a in who was leaving Mexico today after a oneday visit to attend a conference of the Mexico BinaQonal said his talks with Mexican officials on Central America and Nicaragua were frank and the atmosphere of the discussion was a good a constructive Nicaraguans were trying to use bilateral talks with us to undermine the Contadora process for ng seace ui Central he said earlier on OK flight from Washington to We dont see the rationale for saying as a reward for walking oft of the job on the Contadora Nicaragua should be handed some other tend a he Shoitz has said Central Americas problems are being worsened by Soviet and CUfian working through to undermine elected democratic Colombia and Venezuela make up the Contadora named after the Panamanian island where they held their first meeting to seek a negotiated solution to conflicts in Central The groups efforts to achieve peace in Central America have been stalled since last fall when Nicaragua accepted a draft peace accord but El Costa Rica and Honduras rejected Guatemala is the other Central American nation involved tn the Currency plunges in Africa more detained South Africa A South Africas currency plunged in value today and prices continued a downward slide ITS reaction to the state of emergency and a French freeze on Police said today ihey had detained more bringing the total sisdayoid state cf emergency to aims South Afncas Rand fell from an opening of 51ij5 cents Thursday o cents this rnommi a percent drop in 24 It later rebounded to49 cents in chaotic The Johannesburg stock exchanges iold index fell snaroiv nas d than 120 points c sines last France and Denmark asked Security Council for voluntary sanctions against South Africa to protest Scuth Africas system of racial segregation under wnich 5 million wnites ruie 24 niiilion voteiess The Security Council until today action the The 35 people detained during previous 24 hours brought the total since Sunday to police The number of detentions was down for the second dav Ln a row after averaging more than 200 a day for the firs three Police headquarters in Pretoria said there were no new deaths in the three incidents reported overnight an arson attack against a black school in Port the stoning of a bus and a home in the same area and the firebombing of a private home near Trevor a senior official of the United Democratic Front anti apartheid applauded the French decision to recall its am bassador and freeze investments to protest the state of But he called on France and other Western countries to put more pressure on the whiteminonty He told a rally in Cape Town that the confidence the government exuded earlier this year had vanished in the face of widespread and it is clear they dont know which way to Foreign Minister Botha said Frances actions were impulsive and National police headquarters said a soldier fired one rule round and killed a loyearold youth Thursday after blacks stoned an army vehicle eastern Cape THURSDAY THRU TUESDAY YOU CANT DO BETTER THAN OPEN DAILY 99 115 Save Our Mens and womens famous brand ana log watches 17jewel or for accuracy We Honct OFF Goi Fashion Fresh interior fat wall paint in ana white Easy soop anawater cleanup CXic 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