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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Mttftltf New Bf October Briefly Three teens held for McDonalds shooting DETROIT AP A 17 yearold upset about a damaged opened inside a Donalds fire Me rest aurant packed with lunchtlme Texas AllTtOSt thGFG LESLIE Stan 1985 Comal County and Ray chairman of public Community Fund drive helps push lend him a helping Anyone up the amount of total pledges registered on who hasnt made a donation is urged to send in the giant thermometer on Main Tony a pledge to Box New industrial committee TX patrons from a nearby high school and injured 10 two of them authorities The melee was a continuation of clashes Thursday and earlier Friday between students and Deputy Police Chief Richard Dungy Three including the suspected were in custody early today at Detroit police headquarters following Fridays Officer Marcia Cole Warrants probably will not be issued until when the investigation is she Three teenagers shot at the restaurant remained hospitalized early three others were treated and released and four more were undergoing treatment late Friday and were not expected to be officials At least eight of those injured were students at Cody High School on Detroits west near the Mc Donalds where the shootings were reported at police Some of the wounded probably were innocent Dungy He declined to identify the suspects but said two were 17yearold boys and the other was an 18yearold Police arrested the three about an hour after the shootings and later seized the gun believed to have been Fort Bend County wary of violence RICHMOND AP Residents of east Fort Bend County subdivisions are locking their doors and hoping their streets are safe after 10 violent deaths have haunted the community in less than a Jury selection is scheduled to begin Monday for two men accused of six murders earlier this The six deaths occurred less than Reginald to charged with four counts of murder in the 1 shooting deaths of his parents and two Me will be tried in state District Judge Charles Dlckcrsons Just around the corner of the state District Judge Reagan Clark will preside over the trial of Archie who is charged with the April 28 shooting death of his Lunita Smith and Charley of Rich He is also charged with the at tempted murders of Arthur and Donna both of Fort Bend Id venture to say a large per centage of these subdivision people dont even know who their neighbor is across the street or next said Larry Welch with the Fort Bend County Sheriffs Department crime prevention Most of our crime problem is on the east end the Houston side of Fort Bend he The majority of the people are very They live in Fort Bend but they work in A Fort Bend County grand jury indicted Lewis in May in the mass He was charged with killing his Henry Lewis his father Mary his mother and brothers Henry and They were found shot to death in their home The February slayings came less than five months after another murder just a few blocks Four including a mother and her were shot to death when convicted murderer Charles entered their Goosby was sentenced to life im prisonment for killing 4yearold Christille Lakey her Beverly 21 the homes Larry 35 and Lloyd Arm The most recent double homicide occurred when a man entered Duahs home through an open win dow and began shooting at the four people resulting in the deaths of Smith and police records Bothas foes meet black leaders South Africa AP White opposition politicians seeking a solution to South Africas racial conflict met Saturday with chiefs of the outlawed African National Congress black guerrilla group in neighboring In South four blacks were meanwhile reported killed in new antiapartheid President who con demned a similar meeting last month by three prominent white had no comment on Saturdays session between four legislators of the Progressive Federal Party and four ANC The headed by party leader Frederik Van Zyl traveled to Zambias for the meeting and were expected to return to South Africa on ANC spokesman Tom Sebina said in a telephone Sebina said the delegations ex changed views on possible solutions to the crisis created by the apartheid South Africas policy of racial segregation under which 5 million whites deny the vote to 24 million With van Zyl Slabbert were legislators Colin Alex Boraine and Peter Sebina said the ANC participants included the groups secretary Alfred Nzo Thabo director of information and Max Maharaj and Simon members of the national executive Gavin chairman of the giant Anglo American mining conglomerate who led the businessmens delegation last said then he thought more talks might lead to some fruitful That meeting was an un precedented attempt by members of the whiteminority establishment to directly involve the banned which claims the sympathy of most in talks for ending the countrys racial Bothas Jack said Sunday the president would make no comment on the legislators The Progressive Federal Party does not endorse black demands for a onevote form of majority But it opposes the governing National Partys racial segregation policies and long has sought to bring the ANC and other parties shunned Justice Brennan raps high courts critics WASHINGTON AP Supreme Court Justice William apparently responding to Reagan administration said Saturday that arrogance cloaked as humility motivated recent calls for the high court to follow the Con ititutions original It is arrogant to pretend that from our vantage we can gauge accurately theintent of the contemporary one of the most liberal said in a speech delivered at Georgetown Brennan did not specifically mention the Reagan administration in his but his comments appeared to be made in a response to recent remarks about high court rulings by administration People who want such strict in terpretation are motivated by politics and have no familiarity frith the historical Brennan He added that opponents of judicial tetivism turn a blind eye to social Attorney General Edwin Meese III Hid in July that he thought the high court 935 weakening the Constitution with bizarre and ad hoc Recent decisions affirming a strict separation of church and state would have struck the founding generation as somewhat said promising to press for rulings that he said would interpret the Constitution as its framers in Brennan told his audience that requiring fidelity to the intentions of the a view that feigns selfeffacing deference to the specific judgments of those who forged our original social But in he it is little more than arrogance cloaked as Advocates of that view also argue that they are eliminating or from the Brennan But judicial passivity is a choice no less political than any It expresses antipathy to claims of the minority to rights against the All the talk in the last half decade about shrinking the government must not cover up the governments duty to protect invididual he by the into negotiations on South Africas The government says it will not talk with the ANC until the guerrilla movement renounces and the ANC says it has nothing to discuss with the government except the details of dismantling Police headquarters in Pretoria reported that four black men died of riot injuries in the 24 hours up to Saturday A police statement said five people were injured in the same period and 18 were arrested in 30 cases of stone throwing and arson Police gunfire killed three of the one of them dying of wounds received days headquarters The fourth man was burned to apparently by vengeful police C teller SAMIS FINE JEWELRY Seguin New Braunfels f 653325 MASTERCARD OR CHARGE NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS The correct price for Dish Detergent as advertised in our mailer this week is An in correct price was We apologize for any AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG SIOCE Call Herald Classifieds Today 6259144 ttoraldZtltvng USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 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