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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Briefly New Texas October Page 3A Nation Thai Insurance firms propose policies for coup casualties Thailand AP Authorities said today that two Insurance companies are seeking government approval to cover casualties from and other social Thailand has had 19 coups or attempted coups in the last 53 including a failed attempted 9 that left five people dead and 60 Present policies are not uptodate since they do not cover casualties from social murder or participation in said Praneet an official of the Thai Life Insurance one of the two firms seeking the The other company is the Southeast Insurance An official of the Commerce Ministrys insurance department said the companies submitted their requests a few months before the 9 overthrow and that the government is likely to approve the Most famine victims have gone home Ethiopia AP Most of the famine refugees who filled Ethiopian relief camps a year ago have gone but more than remain at a stark tent city Officials say their prospects of leaving are Major repatriation programs have shrunk the larger camps of Ibnet and which now hold only a few thousand many of whom are orphaned or But at where the peak population was about relief workers say many of the refugees are stranded because too little rain has fallen to grow food in their home Jordan arms sale may be shelved by Congress WASHINGTON AP The Republican controlled with President Reagans reluctant is ready to shelve the controversial billion arms sale to Jordan until March 1 unless Jordan and Israel open meaningful peace talks before With at least 73 of 100 senators publicly committed against the sale in the absence of such and with the Republican leadership telling Reagan defeat was the president agreed Tuesday to the 120day Senate sources The GOP leaders had told the administration they would move on their own to delay action on the sale in order to head off a resolution that would bar it Helments found defective WASHINGTON AP Nearly a halfmillion soldiers and Marines wearing a new combat helmet may be inadequately protected because a manufacturer changed production specifications for the syntheticmaterial the Pentagon Officials are investigating whether the manufacturer of the new which is designed to replace the familiar steel ignored goverment specifications to improve its William a Pentagon said More than out of the already in use by Army and Marine Corps are Two charged in alleged missile sale plpt NEW YORK AP A Greek man who posed as a fivestar Latin American general and a businessman have been indicted on charges of plotting the illegal import and sale of heatseeking federal prosecutors Douglas and Alan Robert of have been held without bail since their arrests 9 at John Kennedy International Airport as they arrived from Attorney Raymond Dearie said At his Zaglaviras was dressed as a general from an un disclosed Latin American country and carried passports from Boliva and prosecutors No missiles ever were but the indictment accuses them of offering RedEye missiles 18pound Americanmade self propelled weapons capable of destroying an aircraft to an un dercover FBI 75yearold woman battered to death by ram PORT AP A 75yearold woman who went outside to feed chickens in the barn was battered to death by a ram the family had known to be police Phyllis Ziarkowskis body was found Tuesday afternoon by her grandchildren coming home from said Clair County Sheriffs Deputy Ray Ziarkowski died of internal injuries and broken ribs in flicted by the medical examiner Clemens Kopp said The woman lived with her daughter and Eve and Thomas about 10 months Zdanio said the ram was known to be The ram was back in its pen when the Zdanio children returned Prison director resigns HUNTSVILLE AP The prison director for 10 Texas Department of Corrections facilities is leaving his post to accept a position with the Nevada prison Ron will leave Texas on 1 and be succeeded by Mike warden of the Darrington Unit in Brazoria according to department spokesman Phil Angelone is becoming the assistant director for the Nevada system that pays He has been Texas southern area coordinator for the past nine Moore is an 18year veteran of the prison system and has been warden at Darrington since Husband charged in death CLIFTON AP A school principal has been charged with murdering his one of two slayings that recently has kept this small central Texas town on Clifton Police Chief Rob Brennand said Joe Bryan was arr shed web Iwzt que Bryan was freed later on bond set by Bosque County Justice of the Peace Alvn Bryan is the principal of Clifton High His Mickey died of four gunshot three of them to the sometime between 14 and authorities Her body was found by her parents in the bedroom of her home the morning of 15 after she failed to show up to teach her fourthgrade Bryans death was the second to occur in four months in The other was the rapestrangulation of a Clifton High School girl in Texas report injured in Mexico quake MEXICO CITY AP The September earthquakes devastated large sections of the Mexican capital and killed injured more and caused property damages estimated at a report by a United Nations commission Another people are still missing and presumably buried in The report by the Economic Comission for Latin or was prepared by experts in close consultation with Mexican authorities and made public here this Mexican newspapers described it is the most authoritative survey so far of the damages caused by an earthquake that neasured on the openended Richter scale and 77 more aftershocks in the week that including one of on The report said the eathquakes serious affected an area of square was felt by close to 20 million and about persons suffered property An estimated people homeless were forced to live in temporary The earthquake caused con siderable damage to health and with high financial aside from damages im possible to assess to historical and archeological whose value is im possible to the report A total of major buildings were destroyed or damaged in Mexico about 125 of them housing government the report These included apartment and office buildings 8 to 15 stories theaters and Some housing units were destroyed and another were aggravating an existing housing deficit that before the ear thquake were estimated by govern ment sources at 3 million the report According to the health care services were the most Five hundred hospital and clinical buildings were damaged and nine more causing a total loss of hospital Some 137 school buildings were destroyed and 313 more were leaving students without a place to Five hotel buildings four more were severely damaged and another 36 need extensive it Seven of the capitals 250 movie theaters collapsed and 49 had to be closed for extensive repairs the report But most bars and nightclubs were not seriously According to the the ear thquake lasted one full minute at the just the Balsa River in the Pacific but was felt for 2 to 3 minutes in metropolitan Mexico an area where 18 million of the countrys 78 million people It was also felt strongly in the central states of Guerrero and the report But it described the situation in the capital as critical and said most of the devastation occurred in the citys central an area of about 14 square TDC guard is convicted of taking money from Cauble for favorable treatment Convicted of Taking Money From Cauble For Favorable Treatment Texas AP Jurors deliberated about three hours before convicting former Big Spring federal prison guard Eddie Joe Roybal of accepting a gratuity from convicted drug kingpin Rex also was found guilty Wednesday of two counts of ac cepting gratuities from other in one count of smuggling a controlled substance into the prison camp and one count of smuggling contraband into the District Judge Halbert Woodward will sentence Roybal at a later who now lives in remains free on a personal recognizance On Roybal denied doing any favors for Cauble in exchange for a loan from Caubles Thelda Cauble Harris of The defendant also denied doing any special favors for inmate Gary Marcus Gunter in return for FBI agents testified that Gunter was cooperating with prison officials and FBI agents when he arranged in marked bills to be mailed to Roybal said he thought the money was part of that some friends of Gunters in Dallas were gonngto loan He said he expected to repay the loan to Caubles the loan from Gunters and several thousand dollars in other Roybal said that he didnt do anything special for Cauble when he arranged for a hospital bed in Caubles Did you at any time do anything for Cauble that you had not done Reagan offers Soviets a fresh startin message today for other inmates Tallant asked I Roybal But the jury heard a tape recording in which Roybal is heard boasting about persuading another corrections officer to bring Cauble a hospital who admitted to a lengthy criminal said he was present during conversations bet ween Cauble and Roybal that led to the loan from Witnesses testified that Roybal made installment paid some debts and bought a boat with the money from Harris testified Tuesday morning that she made the May 28 loan at her brothers request and that she expected to be NEW YORK AP President proposing a fresh start in is urging the superpowers to promote between rival factions in five troubled with free elec tions as tye Lives are being lost each day because of Soviet expansion in Ethiopia and Reagan charged in remarks prepared for delivery today to the United Nations General Explaining an apparent shift in priorities for Reagans 19 0 summit meeting with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev from arms control to resolution of regional a senior administration official said unless Soviet expansion is it will be difficult to make progress in other a Stepping up his diplomatic Reagan also scheduled a late afternoon meeting with Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze to map plans for the Geneva This mornings the fourth by Reagan to the United described differences as while inviting Moscow to support changes in the leftist governments of the five I look to a fresh start in the relationship between our two Reagan While pointing out what he con siders past failures of the world Reagan told his fellow leaders gathered for the bodys 40th anniversary Today it is more important to speak to you about what my country proposes to do in these closing years of the 20th century to bring about a more more civilized The only way to resolve dif ferences is to understand Reagan The on a busy second day also had meetings scheduled with Prime Ministers Bettino Craxi of Margaret Thatcher of Brian Mulroney of Yasuhiro Nakasone of Japan and West German Chancellor Helmut Reagan asked the leaders of the industrialized democracies to help him prepare for the summit with Thatcher was reported by British officials to be trying to en courage Reagan to keep the summit focus on arms According to these who demanded she had concluded after last weeks meeting of Commonwealth nations in the Bahamas that the position on nuclear weapons should be refor At a 30minute session a official Reagan and Thatcher both expressed concern that Gorbachevs proposal for a 50 percent reduction in nuclear missiles and warheads was receiving wide publicity while an earlier cut back offer was little Reagan set up todays meeting with Shevardnadze as they chatted briefly in the Empire Room of the WaldorfAstoria Hotel at Wednesday nights At the Reagan also shook hands with Nicaraguan leader Daniel Ortega as the Sandinista chief went through the receiving line with other foreign But it was a noticeably cool en Both men appeared stiff and exchanging only brief words during the In Reagan warmly received his other guests with a a handshake and in some cases a Among other leaders with whom Reagan chatted at the party in the ornate meeting room was Chinese Premier Zhao Reagan also met separately in his hotel suite Wednesday with Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi of India and President Muhammed Zia ulHaq of A briefing reporters on condition he not be said Reagan expressed his interest and concern about the importance of averting intensified nuclear com petition in South India has tested an atomic and there are persistent reports that Pakistan is busy building nuclear The Professionals In Commercial And Residential Roofing All Over Central Texas For Nearly 40 Years CALL 896351MSEGUM Glovesoft brown leather lining absorbs perspiration Perforated insole ven tilates your feet wedge sole supports your foot shock COMFORT SIZES Szes widths vary by style 130 South Seguin Across from Naegelins Open AfS 15 Off all jewelry during Wings YOUR FEET NEVER HAD SO SOFT LIGHTWEIGHT MEM wm Glovesoft brown leather lining absorbs perspiration Cushionwedgesole foot support COMFORT SIZES 714 vary oy style 6253241 204 San Antonio New Braunfels RedWings   

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