New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 23, 1985, Page 9

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 23, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas The other hostages •J a rvutri __. , . , , .    No photo available for 7 Americans held In LetMinon    peter Kilbum, 60; American University of Beirut Who they are; when they were kidnaped librarian; Dec, 3, 1984 Rev Laurence Jerico    William Buckley. 56;    Terry Anderson. 37; 50 Roman Catholic    U S Embassy political    Associated Press pnest. Jan 8. 1985    officer, March 16, 1984    correspondent; March 16. 1985 David Jacobsen 54; American University hospital director; May 28. 1985 Rev Benjamin Weir 60; Presbytenan minister. May 8, 1984 Thomas Sutherland American University agricultural school dean; June 9, 1985 More violence in Africa kills six JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) — Police firing rubber bullets and shotgun blasts today battled what they called a large mob of stone-throwing blacks in northern Cape Province, killing six blacks and wounding 20, authorities said. In Cape Town, the Rev. Allan Boesak, a leading opponent of apartheid, announced a mass march next Wednesday to the gates of Pollsmoor Prison, to demand the freeing of black leader Nelson Mandela, jailed for 21 years. Residents of Soweto, near Johannesburg, said the army for the second day in a row was arresting youngsters who were on the streets, boycotting classes. Hundreds of parents, aided by clergymen, gathered at a main police station to locate their children, the residents said. The Star newspaper reported without attribution that police today were holding “about 300” youngsters from Thursday’s operation. Police refused to say how many they held. The fighting that killed the six blacks appeared to be one of the bloodiest confrontations in weeks as South Africa heads toward its second year of anti-apartheid rioting that has killed more than 600 people, most all of them black. The riots began in August 1984 The latest clashes were in a black area near Ahwal North. 316 miles south of Johannesburg, police said. This was the second day of disturbances in the area, and police had said fighting between blacks and police left another man dead there before dawn Thursday. On Thursday. Boesak, a minister of the Dutch Reformed Church and president of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches, said that antiapartheid activists planned to hold a protest that would “turn this country on its head.” Mandela, imprisoned for life after being convicted of planning sabotage, is head of the African National Congress (ANC), the main guerrilla organization fighting the white government. Seeking asylum Top Western spy crosses border to East Germany .. yvcmqo    Graphs:    Sojtcm    cracago    Tnbune    news    >'8pons Kidnap list adds two Lebanese Christians BEIRUT. lebanon iAP* — Two lebanese Christian employees of the kidnap-plagued .American University of Beirut have been abducted, university spokesman Rad wan Mawlawi said today He identified the pair as Se ma an Gaddaa, who worked in the university hospital's ad-misMons department, and Simon Skaff, a university librarian Both are Christians aged in the rnid- Mawlawi said Gadda was abit, ted M •dday on his way home from Moslem West Beirut, where the university and hospital are located, to Christian East Beirut Maw law i said Skaff was apparently Kidnapped by gunmen last Sunday as he traveled from East Beirut to the Moslem sector The spokesman *aid it was not known w ho grabbed Skaff Three American University officials have been kidnapped in recent months They are Peter Kilbum, 60. a universitv librarian missing since Dec1. 3 last year; hospital director David Jacobsen. 54. kidnapj>ed May 28; and Thomas Sutherland. 53, dean of the university’s agriculture faculty, abducted June 9. All three are Americans and were believed to be held by Islamic Jihad, or Islamic Holy War, a shadowy fundamentalist Shute Moslem group It is also believed to hold four other Americans and four Frenchmen. It has said it will exchange them for I? comrades convicted in Kuwait for bombings there. Kuwait refuses to free the men. The other four American hostages are William Buckley . 57. a political officer at the U.S. Embassy in Beirut; the Rev Benjamin Weir, 61. a Presbyterian Church nunister; the Rev Martin lawrence Jenco. 50. a Roman Catholic priest; Terry A Anderson, 37, chief Middle East correspondent for The Associated Press BERUN (APi - A top West German intelligence officer, sought in a widening spy scandal, has crossed the border and requested asylum from the communist government, East Germany's official news agency said today. Hans Joachim Tiedge, who had been West Germany's top counterespionage officer for East Germany, was the fourth person to disappear since Aug. 6. There are growing suspicious they also were East German spies. Hans Joachim Tiedge, who for many years was in charge of counter-espionage rn the Federal Constitutional Protection Office of the Federal Republic of West Germany has crossed over into the East I German Democratic Republic and has sought asylum there,” .ADN said in its dispatch ADN said East German officials were reviewing his request for asylum. The news agency did not say when Tiedge had arrived in East Germany. He had been missing since Monday. Kart Rebmann, West Germany’s chief federal prosecutor, immediately announced that investigators were searching Tiedge’s home and that a formal spy probe had been opened against him. The announcement came a day after West German officials said they had launched a major search for Tiedge. Reports had said he vanished Monday after calling in sick to work. Colleagues could not reach him at home by telephone, and family members could not locate him. said Hans-Gerd Lange, a spokesman for the Constitutional Protection Office. Earlier today, the Cologne Express newspaper reported that Tiedge had been in charge of surveillance of one of the other three people who disappeared, a bookkeeper for a lobbying group The bookkeeper. Ursula Richter, did not show up at work Monday. The newspaper, quoting unnamed “security experts," said she may have fled after being tipped off by Tiedge. Alexander Prechtel. a spokesman for Rebmann, had said that as of Thursday Tiedge was not under suspicion of spying. Chancellor Helmut Kohl issued a warning to East Germany about possible damage to relations between the two countries because of espionage. "Those in East Germany who are interested in good neighborly relations with West Germany should consider the effect on us ... of spying," Kohl said in an interview with West German television. •‘Espionage is bound to sow mistrust." said Kohl, who also called for West Germany to strengthen counter-intelligence and improve security. (J. S. rejects Soviet spy dust use denial WASHINGTON t AP) - The Reagan administration says it was guided by humanitarian concerns, not propaganda motives, when it accused the Soviet Union of using a chemical powder to track the activities of U S diplomats in Moscow State Department spokesman Charles E. Redman brushed aside the Soviet denial that it has used a chenucal agent to monitor contact between I' S diplomats and Moscow and Soviet citizens, including dissidents. 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Conn., will present the results a month-long internal investigation to federal investigators next week, Feldman said in Washington He said the incident that prompted the order i h cuff od in May, when Ila' pilot of a Saudi Arabian jetliner was forced to abort a takeoff from Qatar after an engine failure and fire Air experts were expected to remove the port engine from the plane today and begin the "rigorous inquiry" promised by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who visited the scene of the disaster on Thursday Mrs Thatcher said the probe would be carried out by the Accident Investigation Branch of the government's Department of Transport AIB spokesman David Deas described the cause of the disaster as "uncontatned engine failure " But he added that only detailed investigation will establish exactly w hat happened He said the intense heat of the fire melted the aluminium frame of the plane but would not comment further. After visiting survivors. Mrs Thatcher told reporters. It brings it home to you as nothing else can You read about these terrible accidents, and there s something that happens on the other side of the world, and then it happens on your own doorstep, and you realize the agony that every person suffers ” Passengers trampled over each other as they tried to flee the raging flames and poisonous black smoke from burning upholstery in Thursday’s disaster at Manchester airport rn northern England The American Pratt and Whitney J TBI)-Id w as heading for a holiday flight to Greece. The London Times quoted one of the survivors as say ing There were loads of kids on board but everyone was trampling over everything and every body to get out. It was like being in hell ” The disaster confirms 1985 as the world’s worst year ever in civil aviation history . Fifteen accidents so far this year have killed more than 1.400 people, according to the International Civil Aviation Organization in Montreal. 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