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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 31, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas Crossword New Texas December PafleJ Tanker car injuries reported 63 Gloomy PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 1 Vessel 5 Loud 64 Dart cc yun 9 Fair booth 14 Celestial being 15 Novelist James 16 The 17 Latvian TTO Forget 66 67 Flavors 68 Roman date 69 Spanish artist 18 20 21 Lyricists 22 Tear maker 23 Old Warlike 25 Raise nap on 27 29 Signal Topknot 30 Masher 34 CPAs in Having good 36 Clios 38 Over Wreath 39 Farm animals 42 Stage OHara home 43 Culture 44 45 Let it Instrument 46 Opp of Smirk 47 Ground Dull sound 49 Beer Kitchen item 51 Back Merchandise 54 T ot TNT 58 Alley Article 60 Steel Obstruction 61 Skills Irritant Canines LONGVIEW AP People were thrown against walls and floors when a railroad tanker car exploded on the outskirts of this East Texas ci injuring at least two derailing adjacent rail cars and damaging buildings up to six miles authorities The blast occurred at about Wednes day on a tanker containing what is believed to be butane at the Rescar plant on the citys south police Ralph Hicks It was not a he It and we dont know the reason for the I got one report it was butane in but we really dont know what was in Laura and Rhonda both of were trteated for minor in juries suffered in the blast and released from Good Shepherd said hospital spokeswoman Karen I thought somebody had thrown a said who with McFadden were working at the Gregg County Humane Societys animal shelter near Authorities dont know the cause of the blast and wont know the full extent of the damage until to Police Alfred Yarbrough There are quite a few buildings within a mile of the blast that were damaged pretty walls caved in and windows Yar brough Several railroad cars next to the tanker were derailed by the he The explosion sparked a fireball that was seen in 28 miles but the flames were quick ly Yarbrough authorities closed roads in the area and evacuated people in a square mile sur rounding the site for a few hours just to be Hicks Residents reported windows blown out all over the city of about 130 miles east of and reports indicated severe damage to businesses surrounding a company that refurbishes railroad Darrett Crenshaw said he was handing in several bills to his when the explo sion shattered the sheet metal building that is the familys appllcance The money just blew Darrett The doors caved in and it was The lights went out and the whole thing didnt last three Charles who was working in the back of his furniture store store when the explosion said the force popped him up against the It was a white ball of and the concus sion he Jim a trim shop said windows were blown out in his and neighboring This will be good for the glass he Theres not enough glass in Longview to take care of 35 Dill herb 37 Expiate 38 Instructor 40 Eccentric 41 Jade or sard 46 Bomb type 48 Sequence 49 UK natives 50 Pandemonium 52 Severity Appeals court upholds freeze of assets 53 Odorous 54 Speedy 55 Peru native 56 Conflict 57 Drudge 59 Light blows 62 Khan NEW ORLEANS AP A federal appeals court ruling upholding a freeze on the assets of six former Texas savings and loan executives accused of financial wrongdoing is being hailed by federal thrift We are pleased that the district court has been said Jack deputy general counsel for the Federal Home Loan Bank This case is significant because it upholds the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporations right to obtain a freeze of the assets of peole who have wrongfully profited at the expense of a savings and These people will not be able to dispense their illgotten gains out of FSLICs reach before we are able to obtain final judgment against Smith A threejudge panel of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals sent the case back to the District Court for the Northern District of Texas with orders to modify the preliminary in The order covers Richard Patrick John Patrick Woddy and John former officers and directors of Vernon Savings and Loan The FSLIC is suing the six men and Don Dixon for millions of dollars in charging them with illegal lending self dealing and improper financial ac including fudging Vernons books to conceal their wrongdoing and justifying exorbitant salaries and bonuses for themselves based on the nonexistant profits their books Dixon is not covered by the freeze order because he and his Dondi Financial have filed a bankruptcy In its the appeals court noted that the FSLIC has the right to pursue an equitable cause of ac tion allowing it to obtain an injunc tion freezing the defendants The preliminary injunction order ing the freeze on assets was granted to FSLIC as receiver for Vernon on June The six defendants appealed that decision to the 5th Texas teenager admits involvement in deaths YOKK Morning stocks Trxailnd High l4it s AMK Corp x n I AnnTtlrcn i AMI Inc i 1 AmStarvl AmerTiT Amoex Armoolnc AUKtcMW 7X n Bane Texas n 1 KcllAllan BellSouth s BclhSiorl Caterpllr 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charged with two counts of capital murder in lieu of bond on each Valentine said The stepfather underwent surgery at Houstons Methodist Valentine He received head in juries and lacerations to the face and but the family has asked no further information be hospital spokeswoman Brenda Blake said At this time we dont have any motives because the stepfather is in the hospital and we havent been able to talk lo Valentine said Its hard to say what happened right now Neighbor Bill Robertson said Porter appeared outside his window about a m Wednesday carrying a rifle and described him as being in a state of shock He 1 live on the corner down the road and my son has shot my wife and set the house on fire and mv babv son is in there and I cant get to my baby Robertston When firefighters put out the blaze at the home about seven miles north of officials found two bodies and several weapons Capt Alton Wilcox The female adult was severely burned and the child was blacken Wilcox The charred bodies were sent to Harris County Medicals Examiners office for he We have a couple of but we wont know how they were killed until we get an autopsy Valentine adding that a shotgun and cavalrytype sword were found in the home Rouse allegedly stole a vehicle from a neighbors house and fled to an uncles home in nearby who in turn notified Valentine Neighbors said the teen had been fighting with his who was very and wanted her son to follow her But Valentine would not confirm the Valentine would not speculate if the killings in earlier this week sparked the inci Gene Simmons is ac cused of killing 14 relatives and two other people in one of the worst mass authorities said seven family members were found shot to death at an home Wednesday afternoon in what may have been a Dayton is a town of about 55 miles northeast of Michael Barr Announces the relocation of his office to across from Landa Park and next to the Das Spiel haus Across from the LCRA For the Practice of Family Dentistry Off ice Hours 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