New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 11, 1985, Page 6

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October 11, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 11, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas * Hijack ★ CISD- Continued from Page 1A Associated Press. “They are already in the hands of Italian authorities, the carabinieri (military police),’’ he said. It was not immediately clear what charges might be brought. Foreign Minister Giulio Andreotti said today the United States will let Italy prosecute the hijackers rather than have them stand trial in America first. He said the agreement was reached during telephone negotiations with U.S. Secretary of State George Shultz. Earlier, Speakes said that the United States would “pursue prompt extradition,’’ of the Palestinians, The United States and Italy signed an extradition treaty in Sept. 1984. But Italy does not have capital punishment and has previously rejected requests to extradite suspects if they risked receiving the death penalty. Andreotti also said Italy would “likely’’ release PLO members who accompanied the four pirates on the jet. Israeli army radio said the officials were believed to be Mohammed Abbas, head of the Palestine Liberation Front to which the hijackers claimed to belong, and Bani Al Hassan, the senior aide to PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat, the radio said. Al Hassan is said to have had a major role in negotiating the hijackers’ surrender. Arafat, who was in Senegal today, made no immediate comment on the U.S. military action that forced the hijackers to Italy. A spokesman for Craxi said the hijackers had been moved to a location off the NATO base, but would not say where. “They were moved to a secure place ... arui they are now at the disposition of judicial authorities who will interrogate them,” he told The Associated Press. Italian news agencies Thursday quoted Foreign Ministry sources as saying there had been a series of contacts between the Italian foreign minister, Giulio Andreotti, and Egyptian and American officials. The New York Times today quoted senior Italian officials as saying the hijackers ended up in Italy as part of a deal among the United States, Italy, Egypt and the PIX). However, Speakes said no deal had been reached with the Egyptians to allow interception of the plane, and said the United States “strongly disagreed” with Egypt’s decision to allow the Palestinians to depart. Officials said the plane would be allowed to return to Egypt. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak told reporters that he had allowed the Palestinians to leave the country rn PLO custody. But the PLO, which had asked that the hijackers be turned over to it for possible punishment, insisted Thursday it never received custody. Continued from LA Business Manager Abel Campos said CISD would have to use the total $100 per average daily attendance from the state for salaries, and not divide the money up between salaries, supplies and any other purpose. Brown said that will mean “any excess goodies are gone for the next two years. And griping won’t do any good, because the money’s not going to be there.” It took Brown several more months to work out the career ladder details for employees like nurses and librarians, but he said he never forgot about them. • When we looked at the overall career ladder set-up, I had this in mind, trying to develop local career ladder supplements for those House Bill 72 forgot about,” Brown said. “I took me two months to work it out, but I’ve always felt very strongly they deserved it, too, if they met the state criteria. “So we figured out if we inserted a word here and there, it would work. Some areas are non-degreed, but they still have to be state certified,” Brown said. “I sat down with them as a group, asked if they thought what we came up with was fair, and they said it was. “When we set career ladder money aside in this year’s budget, I had these folks in mind,” he added. “Under the old guidelines, they were locked in. This way, they’ve got a chance, too.” James Sheffield, CISD director of personnel, said a total of 342 persons were considered for career ladder this year. Of that total, 322 were teachers, and the rest were nurses, librarians, non-degreed vocational teachers, and occupational-physical-speech therapists. “In all, 229 made it on local or state criteria. Only 37 didn’t get any kind of raise at all," Sheffield said. To qualify for career ladder, a person must have at least performance exceeding expectations during the preceding year and satifactory performance the other year(s), and three years of field experience. He or she must also have a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree, or Texas Education Agency verification of noncertification, three years of field experience, and nine .semester hours of higher education course work or 135 hours of advanced academic training or a combination of the two. lf a person holds a masters degree in his or her subject field, only two years of field experience are required. Brown said qualifiers will be notified in their October paycheck. The envelope will also contain a letter of explanation and congratulations. “We know we can’t please everyone, so we just try and do what’s right,” he added. Movie industry mourns Welles LOS ANGELES (AP) - Orson Welles, a “king” discarded by Hollywood, is dead of a heart attack at 70, leaving a legacy of more than 60 films, including the great-“Citizen Kane,” which revolutionized cinema. Welles, whose 1938 radio tale of invaders from Mars panicked listeners nationwide, rode that success into Hollywood where at age 25, he stunned the film world with his first feature, “Citizen Kane.” He wrote, directed and starred in the story based on the life of newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst, won the Oscar for writing and was nominated for directing and acting. Welles died Thursday at the Hollywood home of a friend, Aleksandar Devcic, police said. His physician, Dr. Thomas Dailey, said Welles died of a heart attack after a long battle with diabetes. “What a shame, and I mean that literally, that one of the finest talents motion pictures has ever had was rejected out of hand,” said filmmaker John Huston. “It’s been years since any studio offered Orson an opportunity to direct, and it’s the world’s loss. “His ability to abide the presence of others far less able than himself and far more successful always astonished me. I take my hat off to him as well I might. ... Orson was a king.” Burt Reynolds, who had been working with Welles on an “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” television episode, said, “I am just totally devastated.” “It seems so many giants have left us,” said actress Janet Leigh, who starred in “Touch of Evil” with Welles. “This has not been a good week for show business.” Actor Yul Brynner also died Thursday, in New York City. Com-poser-arranger Nelson Riddle died Sunday, and actor Rock Hudson died last week. Welles starred in such classics as “The Third Man,” “The Magnificent Ambersons,” “Lady from Shanghai" and scores of other films, including two memorable Shakespearean productions: “Falstaff,” based on Nicaraguan family reunited at border BROWNSVILLE (AP) - A Nicaraguan family of 16 that crossed the Rio Grande into the United States fell victim to a group terrorizing illegals trying to enter the country along the border, officials said. The family, comprised of an elderly couple; their daughter, 31; her 21-year-old friend; and 12 grandchildren ranging in age from 2 to 15, left Nicaragua by bus Sept. 30 and arrived in Matamoros, Mexico Oct. 2, Cameron County sheriff’s investigators said. The family paid two men $1,800 to smuggle them into the United States and planned to pay an additional $1,000 when they reached Brownsville, Sheriff’s Sgt. Luis Martinez said. But when they crossed the Rio Grande Tuesday night they were met by three shirtless Hispanic men, Martinez told the Brownsville Herald. The men attacked the 31-year-old daughter and her 21-year-old friend raping the daughter twice and robbing her friend of $139, he said. The grandparents and ll children all fled. The two women and the one of the 31-year-old’s daughter later walked to a nearby house after searching for help until 3 a m. Wednesday. The people the women brought them to the sheriff’s department, the newspaper said. The remaining family members, the elderly couple and the ll children, were found during a routine Border Patrol check at the downtown Brownsville Trailways Bus System terminal about 10:30 p.m. Wednesday. Border Patrol investigator Manuel Flores said the family members were released on personal recognizance bonds and will be scheduled for an immigration hearing. Martinez said the three men who attacked the family used tactics very similar to those used in other incidents involving illegals that have occurred along the river, according to the Herald.★ Jail Continued from Page 1A Chief Jailer Walt Sumner may have a few extra duties added to his job, Fellers said. The sheriff said he wanted some scheduling changes to allow jailers to have weekends off. Besides those who indicate they want to work either evening or night shift, the jailers will go on rotating shifts. Jenkins was hired as a jailer Sept. I, 1982 and was promoted to jail administrator July 26,1983Stocks NKW YORK AP) -Morning stocks FtBcpTex ll‘a 11*4 11*2 PacifTel 69** 69** 69*2 High Dm I .ast Klowerlnd 19*4 19‘* 19*2 Penney JC 46*4 HH 46*2 AMR Corp 38*« 38*4 Ford Mot 46*4 45** 46r,a Phelps Dod 21*4 21 21** Amor Can 54‘* 54** 54** (IAF Corp 377* 37*4 377* PhilipPt s 12*2 12** 12** Ameritech BBH 877* 88*4 (ITE Corp 39* * 387 * 39** Polaroid 35T* 35** 35*4 AMI Int 20l« ISI 20*4 GnDynain 67*4 67 Mi 67*2 ProctGamb 56** 56*4 56*2 Am Motors 3 27* 27* GenF.lec 58*4 577* 58** Pubs NwMx 27T* 27** 27*4 AmStand 30** 30 30 Gen Food 118*4 US'* 118** RCA 44*4 437* 44*4 Artier TAT 21*4 21 21 Gen Motors 69*4 68** 69*4 iepHankt'p 29*a 29*« 29** Amoco 67*2 67** 67*4 GnMotr K s 36 *» 35*4 36 Sabine 15** 15** 15H Armcolnc 8*4 8** 8** Goodrich IIH 31 31 Safeway 33** 327* 327* AtlRichfld 62s* 62** 62 ** Goodyear 27*4 267 * 27*4 SFeSouPae 32*4 32*2 32*2 BancTexas I7* I'. 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The newer extended wear soft contact lenses offer additional advantages: they require reduced maintenance time and are easier to care for; and they allow an increased amount of oxygen to reach the eye and so so may be more comfortable than daily wear lenses. To wear either daily wear or extended wear contact lenses successfully and oafely, the patient must be seen regularly by the optomertrist, and follow a cleaning and disinfection regimen as prescribed. Brough! to you at a community torvico by Or Honry Hull. 147 Fredericksburg Rd . Now Braunfels Tom. Better Protection and pricing at its best. Both are found in Southwestern Life’s competitive term plans You get more protection for less money And if you think that sounds good, call your local Southwestern agent for details Our rates will sound even better Henry T. Martin 352 Landa St. New Braunfels, Texas 78130 625-2343 a Southwestern Lite People with Answers Henry IV (also released as “Chimes at Midnight”) and “Othello.” Welles was “a learned Shakespearean” and “a bit of a genius,” said Sir John Gielgud in London. “He began as a remarkable prodigy but he never quite realized a huge popular success after ‘Citizen Kane.’ He always went his own way.” Welles’ 1938 Mercury Theater of the Air radio adaptation of H.G. Wells’ “War of the Worlds” terrified millions of listeners who believed the nation really was being invaded by Martians. During the same period, Welles staged an all-black production of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth" in New York, set in Haiti instead of Scotland. After “Citizen Kane” in 1941, Welles’ dealings with the studios deteriorated. “The Magnificent Ambersons” and “Journey Into Fear” were badly edited by others and dumped on double-bills. He starred with his second wife, Rita Hayworth, in “The Lady From Shanghai” and made a low-budget “Macbeth.” Disillusioned, he moved to Europe where he hired out as an actor (“The Black Rose,” “The Third Man”) to finance his own projects, such as “Othello” and “Chimes at Midnight.” Welles returned to the United States in the 1970s with his third wife, Countess di Girafalco, who acted in Italian films as Paola Mon. He received a special Oscar in 1970 for “superlative artistry and versatility in the creation of motion pictures.” In 1975, he received the lifetime Achievement Award of the American Film Institute, and last year the Directors Guild gave him its highest honor, the D.W. Griffith award. His final performance was an introduction to a 1940s black-and-white sequence for next week’s episode of ABC-TV’s “Moonlighting.” Stocks mixed amid economic uncertainty NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market was mixed today amid uncertainty about the outlook for the economy and corporate profits. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials rose 1.57 to 1,329.64 by ll a.m. on Wall Street. Losers slightly outnumbered gainers among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. Volume on the Big Board came to 27.05 million shares in the first hour anda half.Columbus Bank Closing The following financial Institutions will he closed Monday Oct lh, 1985.MBankNew Braunfels MPACT Banking: 24 hours dailyNew Braunfels National Bank Transact Bank Open 24 hrs.New Braunfels Savings & Loan Association Texas Commerce Bank First Federal Savings & Loan New Braunfels-Sattler-San Marcos WimberleySan Antonio Savings & Loan AssociationWill have all services open regular hours Tues. Oct. 15, 1985 Please arrange your Business accordingly. KITCHEN DESIGN CENTER KITCHENS & BATHS WORTH THE DIFFERENCE 189 E. San Antonio 625-6903 for a really special kitchen you need a KITCHEN SPECIALIST WITH EARTH STOVE YOU JUST CANT LOSE! Reg. $699.99 Sale *589" Its true"! with your Earth Stove family of woodstoves and inserts you ll not only cash in on super efficient energy savings but also pre-season discounts of up to $110.00. or maybe even more Thats not all! • Automatic draft • Burns 14 hours on one filling • Burns lA the fuel of many stoves # Proven reliable design • Converts to open fireplace instantly Benne Hardware 246 W. San Antonio Si. P O. Box 401 New Braunfels, Texas 78130 sN- ;