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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Page6A Continued from Page 1A Egyptian aviation authorities said the piano was hijacked by terrorists of the Kgypt Revolutionaries group an airport speak ing with the condition he not be iden said that a person speaking Knglish was heard to say over the He is killing another and that remark was followed by phrases in Keporfcrs were kept far away from the but they could not see any refueling Prime Minister Carmelo Mifsud Foreign Minister Alex Sceberras Trigona and Health Minister Vincent Moran were at the airport talking by radio with the hi according to staterun Maltese The Egyptian aviation authorities in Cairo said the plane carried 120 and they did not know how many hijackers were Cairos Middle Kast News agency said there were 97 but it gave no figure for the number of crew The Kgyptian authorities said the plane landed at the Valetta airport at ID Hi local time Malta is a Mediterranean island niii miles southwest of Athens and ahout miles northwest of Officials at the Athens airport con trol tower said the Egyptair plane had departed at Maltese time and was commandeered 22 minutes later while flying over the Greek island of The Middle East News Agency said that after the hijackers seized control they radioed the Athens control tower and said they wanted to speak to an airline It said Egyptair agent Nasr Marai went to the tower and the hijackers told him they would announce their demands later and then broke off the radio The agency said authorities in Malta declared a state of emergency and announced the airport had been New Braunfelsjexas November It said there were 97 including 21 Filipinos 18 14 Egyptians and 11 with the others of various The Palestinians are members of two families with eight ac cording to the After the plane landed on a darken ed runway it taxied to a remote sec tion of the field that was cordoned off by Terrorists of the Egypt Revolu tionaries asserted responsiblitry for killing an Israeli diplomate in the Cairo suburb of Maadi last The claim was made to a Western news but nothing more was heard from the group that is opposed to Egypts 1979 peace pact with Two armed Lebanese terrorists hi jacked a Trans World Airways Boe ing 727 on June 14 after It left Athens for Rome with 153 people They forced it back and forth bet ween and during which they released most of the hostages and killed a Navy diver in civilian The jetliner landed in Beirut for the third time with 39 all still on The hi jackers demanded Israel release all Palestian prisoners in its On June after Syria the terrorists freed the remaining who were taken to Damascas and then home via Ger Pipeline Continued from Page 1A Fox We are trying to be consis tent in our We allow certain calculated risks over the recharge We allow cars to drive over we allow gasoline filling sta tions and septic but they all have to meet strict safety stan Jim director of the oil and gas division of the recommend ed in a letter to the commission dated that the proposed pipeline be pinpointed In relation to the recharge Contact All American concerning a possible relocation of the line if the present route does cross the recharge the letter stated as the third Also in his Morrow said that Jerry Mullican of the Texas Depart ment of Water Resources had spoken to Fox who was not aware at that time that an alternate route had been proposed through Mays He Fox was pleased Mullican had reported because Hays County is outside his Morrows let ter The district does have In formation on the aquifer In Hays He Fox said he would like to offer some recommendations regarding additional construction re I have recommended either a plastic or clay liner on the trench that the pipeline will go then a pump could be put in the trench that would be triggered by any accumulation of Fox The equipment used to sense a drop In pressure in the pipeline basically is insensitive to small but could tell if the pipeline is Fox Persons wishing to testify must contact the railroad commission oil and gas Drawer Capitol Austin or call 4636887 at least 10 days prior to the Former CIA analyst accused of spying WASHINGTON AP A former CIA Intelligence analyst was charged Saturday with selling secrets to China since 1952 for more than including information on communist Chinese soldiers taken prisoner during the Korean Larry WuTal was paid by the Chinese for information he ob tained over more than 30 years while working for the consulate in Hong Kong and CIAs Foreign Broad cast Information Service outside the FBI charged In a criminal An FBI affidavit said Chin under went indoctrination by Chinese com munists while a civilian employee of the Army in China in 1942 and and was first paid for informa tion regarding Chinese prisoners of war during the Korean war by Continued from Page 1A I myself am not in favor of fire but Bexar County commis sioners are already talking about creating fire Wiley They have talked about dividing all unincorporated parts of the coun ty into four fire Fire districts have the ability to tax up to three cents per which gives the volunteer fire depart ments in the district a steady With a predictable fire departments can enter into credit contracts to buy It will take us at least six months to separate the complicated tie ins that we have between the two Wiley the Peoples Republic of China In telligence Service in The Chin case was the latest in a series of blows to intelligence and the third spying arrest in two who retired from the Central Intelligence Agency in was ar rested at his home Friday Chin appeared in federal court in where Magistrate Curtis Sewell ordered him held without bond on a charge of conspir ing to commit A tall man with sllcked Chin said only I when asked whether he understood the charges against Chin car ried a trench coat into the courtroom and during the fiveminute hearing stood impassively with a slight clutching a pair of glasses in his left Sewell told Chin that if convicted he faced a maximum penalty of life in prison and a Chin was ordered to appear at 2 Wednes day for a detention hearing before He worked in the Foreign Broad cast Information Service at the CIAs heaquarters in where foreign government radio services are monitored and who had top secret clearance as a CIA had Public records MARRIAGES County Clerks Office Roberto Palmas Garcia and Guadalupe Arevalo Scott Michael Schumann and Joanne Ml Clyde Wayland Sutton and Leann Franks Larry Phil Gunn and Jo Ann Far Eduardo Samudio and Olga Lawrence Terrill and Margaret Williams Jimmie Pastrano and Maricela Bustos Keith Cheramie and Sharon Francisco Trejo and Garciela James Ray Story and Kimberly Gilbert Cucllar Castillo and Nancy Adolf Peters and Dorothy Lilie DIVORCES County CourtatLaw Charles presiding judge David Arthur and Isabel Si Thomas Warren and Cyn thiii Refugio and Martha Dennis Estelle and Marilyn CONVICTIONS 207th District Court Robert presiding judge Leonard 242 unauthorized use of a motor sentenced to three years in the Texas Department of Corrections Elena Aleman 775 welfare placed on probation for three and ordered to pay in Julian1 Cuevas also known as Joe 207 Violeta San An burglary of a habitation two 15 years 22nd District Court Charles presiding judge John Duane 116 in decency with a reduced to a Class A a 274th District Court Fred presiding judge Larry Lee Route Box Canyon burglary of a three years County CourtatLaw Charles presiding Judge David Charles 226 Shan non San Driving While Intoxicated 60 days In probated for two and a Marvin Dean 9806 Rustic 60 days in probated for two and a Danny Star Route Box Canyon 60 days in probated for two eight hours of community and a Terrie Star Route Box Canyon 60 days in probated for two eight hours of community and a Jose Patricio 2117 Jeffer son drivers license suspended for one and 60 days in Ignacio Soliz 2668 60 days in probated for two 16 hours of community ser and a Alberto Route Box New 90 days in probated for two and a and a Robert 12918 Paul San GO days in probated for two eight hours of community and a Peter Michael 7810 Gary Wilburn 1644 Mc Queeney a Jimmy Cornelio Route Box 60 days in probated for two 16 hours of community and a fine Presented Merchandise Close Out Pilot Stereo Sansui Stereo Combos Dining room furniture Quasar VCR Dfl Key run COLORTYM Courtyard Shopping Ccnltr New 7UI30 episcopal Johns Episcopal Church and Paul Lutheran Church ECUMENICAL THANKSGIVING EVE SERVICE 27th at Holy Communion will be celebrated with Pastor Jim and Father Bob Keith and assisted by Pastor Ron Come and join this special service at Johns Episcopal Church 36 in 3 floating MicroijOPv u lipnK Im shaves Dual toi worldwiiU1 use AiKjIpil lot On OH Oil IfMUIIKJ MSf Moupy ONLY HORELC9 REPLACEMENT MODEL lot use with NoMIco InplehoaflPi Razors only ilnps Mot lit liulatiact models to keep yum iaoi in lop notch working condition look for the complete line of Norelco Raior Accessories for your shaving Also Razor Repair Service irawifr la lujpctt tr Your Friendly 358 Landa access to various levels of classified according to the FBI The criminal complaint charged Chin had worked for the Peoples Republic of China Intelligence Ser vice beginning about 1952 until the In its the FBI said it had been investigating Chin since December From 1952 until the the defendant Larry WuTal Chin has received In excess of in currency from the the complaint The complaint said Chin passed to Chinese agents documents and photographs of documents obtained Biologists baffled by turtle GALVESTON AP Biologists have been trying to determine what happened to more than 400 black drum fish and 16 turtles found dead on beaches between High Island and Freeport in the past two Its some unusual phenomenon that killed said Orman a biologist with Galvestons National Fisheries But I just dont have a clue as to what the problem Farley Seven of the dead turtles were Kemps Ridley sea con sidered endangered Federal and state government agencies have spent thousands of dollars in the last eight years trying to preserve the Black drum fish breathe through gills and sea turles breathe Ex perts said the most deadly phenomena that would affect the fish shouldnt affect the Some experts believe the turtles got caught in shrimping nets and were tossed back into the Gulf of Mexico injured and unable to fend for Have a Happy Holiday Season from Vada Jean Powers fl Farmers Insurance Group jj CHOOSE Two Callaghan San1 60 Nelson Route Box days in probated for two Canyon a V FOR THE SECOND SELECTION fvlsiki delicious choicns at and on of Ihnic broiled to order sirloin pin tiers THE 12 SUPER THE 9V2 SIZZLER OR THE 7 SIRLOIN and receive a second order of any of the three platters FOR Each platter includes freshcut of toast and our FRESH FRUIT AND SALAD AIL STEAKS USDA Sunday through Offer expires November 1985 Seafood Salad
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