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Big Spring Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1990, Big Spring, Texas 2-Abig Spring Herald wednesday May 16,1990 inside Texas 5 teens charged in slaying Amarillo Texas apr capital murder charges have been filed against five Amarillo teen agers in the weekend beating and stomping death of an elderly Man. Arraigned tuesday on capital murder charges in the death of Hilton Raymond Mer Riman sr., 72, were Albert Lee Gonzalez 17, Doug Palmer 17, Johnny Lee Rey 17, Russell Latham 17, and Sean Smith 18. All five were held in the Randall county jail in lieu of $300,000 Bond each. A sixth teen Ager a 16-year-old youth remained in the custody of Randall county juvenile officials. Jane King chief probation officer for Randall county said the youth had waived a detention hearing tuesday and Amarillo attorney Kent Birdsong was appointed to defend him. Randall county criminal District attorney Randy Sherrod said he did not have Many details on the slaying which is believed to have occurred Friday night in the course of a robbery. First Collider Bonds sold Dallas a the Texas National research Laboratory commission has sold the first $250 million in state Bonds for the superconducting super Collider setting the state for the first land acquisition and construction of the $7.9 billion project. The Bonds were sold tuesday to a consortium of 30 investment banking houses headed by Chase securities inc., a subsidiary of Chase Manhattan corp. The commission is scheduled to receive the Money May 30. The Cash will be used to pay Texas obligations to the Collider project which was awarded to the state in january 1989. Super Collider proponents say it will be the worlds Foremost facility for High Energy physics research. As planned it also would be the largest scientific instrument Ever devised. City bits minimum charge $4.50 deadline cd ads daily a 3 pm Day prior to publication sunday a 3 . Friday heart of the City festival june 2. Booth spaces available. Call 267-4801 now Sand Spring Lions Gli b Flea Market saturday May 19, 9 a.rn.-6 . Sunday May 20, noon-6 . Call 267-1064, 393-5250. Come join the fun Beach volleyball leagues forming. Deadline extended until May 18. For information Call 267-8234. Need extra Cash for that special graduate Call Debbie for information 263-4962. All new released movies 93c All movies 93c shop our 50c movie department a movies for Sale. Cheap free cartoons for kids with each rental Complete adult movie department. Reasonable. Ultra video 1009 Lith place open 9 a.m-9 . 7 Days a week. The american legion Post 506 3203 w. Hwy 80, will Host a Benefit Barbecue for cancer victim Lucy Dominguez saturday May 19, i p.rn.-7 . $4 a plate. She has been in the Hospital for the last 3 months and is in need of financial help. So come on out and have some Good Barbecue with All the trimmings. Eat in or to go orders available. Roofing a painting carpentry a More state licensed inspections Kenn construction 267-2296 big Spring Herald Assn 0746-6811 pull eyed afternoon monday through Friday and sunday mornings. By the month Home delivery evening and sunday 6 70 monthly 872.36 yearly includes 1046 discount Tor yearly. Mail subscriptions 87 70 monthly883 16 yearly including state a local taxes. All subscriptions paid in Advance the Herald is a member of the Aero cited press audit Bureau of circulation american newspaper Alao Catlon Texes rally newspaper Alao Catlon West Texas press Texas press women s association and newspaper advertising Bureau postmaster Send changes of address to big Spring Herald p o Box 1431, big Spring to. 78720. House Senate approve school finance proposal High tech two step associated press photo Victoria a Juan Linn elementary school student Derick Ross dances with Mac the robot Here recently. The robot used by the . Border patrol As an instructional aide teaches students about the dangers of illegal drugs. Austin a after lawmakers sent gov. Bill Clements a school finance Reform plan that he a threatened to veto he met with legislative leaders in what he called a new attempt to forge a Compromise on the Issue. A a we re All giving our Best efforts to come to some kind of a meeting of the minds a Clements said tuesday after meeting with it. Gov. Bill Hobby and House speaker Gib Lewis. If they reach an agreement he said the legislature still could change its Reform plan. But if Compromise eludes them and Clements carries through on his veto threat Hobby and Lewis said they would try to Muster the two thirds vote needed to enact the measure anyway. A i think there will probably be an attempt to override my veto a Clements said. A i think that attempt will fail. Then Well get Down to serious the 3t-member Senate approved the school finance Reform plan a passed by a legislative conference committee after earlier attempts to Compromise with Clements broke Down a on a voice vote. With seven lawmakers absent in the 150-member House the vote was 91-52, split largely along party lines. Lewis a fort Worth said that does no to necessarily mean an Over a a we be been charged by the court to draw a plan that equalizes the Money that goes to the districts and we re serious about it. That a got to serve As some kind of notice to the legislature that if they done to do their Job we re going to step in and do it for a William Kilgarlin. Ride attempt would fail a a it a not Over until ifs the Reform Bill is meant to use $555 million in new funding next school year without additional Revenue Money could be shifted from property Rich to property poor school districts. The $13.5 billion a year school finance system relies on a combination of state Aid local property taxes and some Federal Money. The democratic controlled legislature and Republican governor Are in their third special session to try to overhaul the school finance system. The last session ended without a plan after Clements vetoed a half cent sales tax increase needed to pay for last sessions $555 million Reform Bill. The Texas supreme court in a unanimous opinion last year ruled the school finance system unconstitutional and told the state to devise a Way to make More Money available to property poor school districts. If lawmakers and Clements done to enact a plan by june i court master William Kilgarlin will propose one. He has warned that he can to raise state education Revenue so his plan would have to shift state Aid from property Rich to property poor school districts. Kilgarlin a a former supreme court Justice who left that court in 1988 a was sworn in tuesday As court master by state District judge Scott Mccown. Also sworn in As associate masters were two school finance experts Billy Walker of Austin former Deputy superintendent for the Ector county school District and Jose Cardenas of san Antonio former superintendent of the Edgewood school District. A a we be been charged by the court to draw a plan that equalizes the Money that goes to the districts and we re serious about it a Kilgarlin said. Four sentenced in deaths of five aliens on train Brownsville Texas a sentences ranging from probation to 18 months in prison have been handed to four Victoria residents arrested in connection with the deaths of five would be immigrants last year in a fumigated Railroad car. Five people from Mexico Honduras and Al Salvador died last october after being locked inside a trailer that was loaded onto a train and filled with fumigated Tortilla flour. The flour had been treated with Pho toxin a poisonous insecticide. Tuesday morning All the defendants asked . District judge Filemon Vela for mercy saying their families need them. They originally were indicted on alien smuggling charges but later pleaded guilty to lesser offences in plea bargain agreements. Upon questioning from Vela assistant . Attorney John g. Crews said he had no proof that the four people actually put the aliens in the trailer. After the sentencing Crews said evidence Points to a fifth defendant in the Case Houston resident Renato Botello As the person who actually locked them in. Authorities have been unable to find and arrest Botello. Vela sentenced Magdalene Arcos Soriano 34, to 18 months in prison to be served when he finishes a 14-month sentence handed Down nov. 3, 1989, in connection with another alien smuggling Case. The judge handed a 16-month sentence to Eleutorio Amaya Torres 35, who received probation in connection with the same previous smuggling Case. Vela sentenced Amayar a wife Jane Amaya 39, to six months. A i need an Opportunity. In a very sorry for what happened. My kids need me a the woman told the judge. Mary Ann Martinez 24, was Given three years probation. The Mayas and Arcos Soriano were indicted Jan. 23 on 13 counts of alien smuggling and witness tampering. Packing Plant to close Friday after 51 years Abilene apr Gooch packing co., with 450 employees and an estimated $4.5 million annual payroll will close Friday after 51 years in business officials say. Officials announced tuesday that the Plant will close Friday and All employees will receive eight weeks pay in lieu of notice that the Plant was closing. The negative economic Impact upon Abilene could Range from $12 million to $15 million in a years time according to economic analyst Don Altman director of the Caruth Small business development Center at Abilene Christian University. Abilene chamber of Commerce president Charlie Dromgoole said Quot we re very sad about the Gooch the chamber has been working with potential buyers for a couple of weeks and will continue to try to find a buyer. Gooch president Jim Garrison Williams not a ducking Richards Dallas apr Republican gubernatorial candidate Clayton Williams has not appeared with Ann Richards at a series of planned forums and meetings but Campaign officials say he is not ducking his democratic opponent. A the events we do we want to focus on our candidate and our message a Williams Campaign spokesman Bill Kenyon told the Dallas morning news. A a we re not doing any joint was unavailable for comment. Jim Stiles chief financial officer of Cullum companies inc. Of Dallas the Parent company of Gooch said he had no comment beyond the statement that the Plant is closing. Employees will receive hospitalization insurance for 60 Days and All profit sharing and retirement benefits will be paid in 60 Days a source said adding that a maintenance Crew would be kept for an indefinite period. Gooch packing was founded in 1939 by Bert d. A a Peter Gooch who sold the company in 1969 to Cullum which also owns the Tom thumb food stores. Gooch remained As a consultant and was among those at the Plant on tuesday packing the contents of his office. A the effects of this Are More far reaching than people expect a Gooch said. Cine Mark theatres Tornado destruction Abilene a Scott Gibson emerges from what is left of his family s Mobile Home which was destroyed by a Tornado monday night at Lake fort phantom Hill within the Abilene City associated press photo limits. Dozens of Home were damaged and some minor injuries were reported but there were no fatalities. Movies 4 big Spring mall Box o 263-2479 ice opens . 4 45 . Sat for Sun t3q9-n9qn tales Thomss 5 10 the dash Side 7 10-910 bargain restricted no Paapaa no super Avert �00-7?0-940 shot Golf his heart a Gran. Mimsi in inc 111 Yumar two pm no spaced ohs 4 55 7 00-9 05 5 05 7 05 Rothau min in Mua turtles Usa lord of the 9 15 k flies Only $2.75 All shows before 6pm adults 4.50 111/ 401 main kids >2.75 monday la bargain Nita at the Ritz am Saat St of Ernest goes to jail pc 7 00-9 00 sat. Amp Sun. Matinee 2 00 the guardian r sat. Amp Sun matinee 7 00-9 00 2 00 kids cinch on >4,50 Coll. Park >2.75 Wadna Aday la bargain Nita at the Cinema a Santa St of a cry baby set. Amp Sun. Pg-13 7 20-9 20 a a a a a forbidden dance pc-13 7 20-9 20 sat. Amp Sun. Matinee 2 20 Hall Bennett memorial announces the addition Bruce e. Cox general practice 411 e. 9th Street 915 267-7411 clinic hours 8 am to 5 pm monday Friday 8 am to 12 noon saturday genesis a Arcade graphics new at Brino ii stabs How Toh Ich i College Park shopping Center _263-3823__ fert lome. Lawn food plus Iron Howard county feed amp Supply 701 e. 2nd 267 6411 How to take a budget vacation tonight through Friday at 10 pm Only on Channel 9 j if

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