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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 30, 1990, Bluefield, West Virginia A-2 wednesday May 30, 1990 got fitful Judi up Ithna nip in the Usa people natural Gas Well explodes in Mississippi Heidelberg miss. A an explosion blasted a natural Gas Well tuesday in Southeastern Mississippi killing at least one person and critically burning four others authorities said. A half mile area around the Well was evacuated. The Rig was still burning by late afternoon although a it is sputtering because of Salt water and other materials being ejected from the Well a said Dusty Perkins a spokesman for the state emergency management Agency. Perkins said the evacuation was ordered As a precaution even though there was no indication that poisonous Hydrogen sulfite Gas was being released from the Well. The Gas is naturally associated with some Gas Fields. He said Only about 18 people in the sparsely populated area 75 Miles Southeast of Jackson were moved out of their Homes. Train derails spills 100,000 Gallons of fuel Fairbanks Alaska a Crews scrambled tuesday to contain More than 100,000 Gallons of fuel that spilled after an Alaska Railroad train derailed and scattered cars on both Side of the track. Nineteen cars a holding 20,000 Gallons each a were leaking fuel officials said. Two were totally drained one was about half empty and 16 others were leaking at varying rates said Chuck Kleeschulte a spokesman for the state department of environmental conservation in Juneau. The fuel was in route to Anchorage from the Marco Alaska Petroleum inc. Refinery in the town of North pole near Fairbanks. Elsewhere in the nation. A Malden mass. A freed hostage Frank Reed urged a crowd of several thousand to remember those still held captive in the Middle East As he spoke tuesday at a festive Homecoming Celebration. Joined by his wife and other relatives in front of City haul Reed called on local Well wishers to Quot keep thinking about those Fellows Over there who were my mates and those who a Washington a the world Bank approved a $300 million Loam for China on tuesday the Bank a largest loan to China since tanks suppressed the pro democracy movement there last june. Approval came despite protests in Congress and from chinese student groups in this country. The United states contributes More than any other country to the Bank which is the biggest source of Aid to the third world. In the world Bucharest mayor wants to Clear Square Bucharest Romania a the mayor of Bucharest announced tuesday that authorities would Clear the City a main Square of anti communist protesters by morning. One demonstrator urged friends and relatives to come to the Square. About 150 protesters remained in University Square on a cold and Rainy night continuing a 38-Day-old protest that demands former High ranking communists be banned from holding Public office for 10 years. The government led by president Ion Iliescu a former communist official has rejected the demand. Arab leaders wont Send memorandum to Summit Baghdad Iraq a Arab leaders tuesday decided against sending a memorandum on the Middle East conflict to the superpower Summit after moderates failed to temper criticism of Washington. The memorandum mostly on the influx of soviet jews to Israel had become a focus of discord on How hard a line the Arab league Summit should take against the United states. Elsewhere in the world. A Oslo Norway a a soviet Admiral tuesday confirmed that a nuclear submarine suffered a mishap near Norway id december but he denied reports that it leaked radiation. F Paris a evoking the image of London a Nybbles the Interior minister has suggested that most French police officers do not need to carry guns. Felice unions Are aghast saying French Crooks Don t share the English sense of fair minister Pierre Joe ignited the controversy monday with a spontaneous comment during a discussion about proposed legislation affecting Frances police. On the lighter Side. If it s raining or pouring this forecast in t Boring Pittsburgh apr Here a a Man who listens to the rhythm of the falling R.I. a Weatherman who literally a craps up Quot his daily forecasts. Quot now dudes Are wondering what comes Here next so ill be Reading from this text the word is going to bring no sorrow a cause R.I. that a Here is gone Quot its raining. Thump thump thump its raining. A take this message to the Street tomorrow will not bring any heat the Clouds will leave but it stays Cool so Wear a coat done to be no that show Elliot Abrams of acc weather inc. Gave pennsylvanians a taste of a a Del weather tuesday accepting a dare to give his forecast in rap. A somebody put me up to it last week a said Abrams in charge of local forecasts for radio stations in 21 markets. A they said the Only thing they Haven to heard me do was a rap Abrams also rapped the Ohio forecast tuesday and did the same thing for listeners in Boston Cincinnati and Kansas City on monday. Up Effelb pail Frog rape 928 Bluefield ave., Bluefield . 24701 main number 327-6171 a Princeton Bureau 423-2183 Richlands Bureau lboot169bsb or 964-98sb Terry l. Horne publisher a Thomas a. Colley executive editor Don Watson advertising director a Michael Williams circulation director Patsy p. Malamisura operations manager a Rhonda Wade accountant a Carl n. Meade jr., press supervisor the Bluefield daily Telegraph usps059060 Wos established in 1893, and is published every morning at 928 Bluefield Avenue Bluefield w a. 24701. Member of the audit Bureau of circulations and member of the associated press which is exclusively entitled to the use or publication of All news dispatches credited to this paper and a so the local news published therein. Second Doss postage paid at Bluefield . Postmaster Send address changes to p. 0. Box 1599 Bluefield . 24701. National advertising rep London associates. 1990 Bluefield daily Telegraph. All rights reserved All property rights for the entire contents of this publication shall be the property of the Bluefield daily Telegraph. No port Hereof May be reproduced without prior written consent. Subscription rates mail rates inside of . Daily and sunday daily Only sunday Only 53.25 42.12 34.97 26.63 21.42 17.49 8.88 7.14 s.83 these rates include applicable w. V. Sales tax mail rates outside of . Daily and sunday daily Only sunday Only 54.75 43.47 36.25 27.31 21.74 18.12 9.13 7.25 6.04 Home delivery to All areas daily and sunday 94.80 47.40 23.70 7.90 mail daily with sunday Home delivery All areas Carrier collect 6 months 51.30 3 months 25.65 month in 6.55 6 months 3 months monthly 6 months 3 months monthly 1 year 6 months 3 months monthly a wedding gift that a better late than never Glasgow. Scotland a there a nothing fashionable about being this late but no one seemed offended. Prince Charles and Jyh Princess i % a a Ana finally received a 1 wedding gift a j from Glas j Gow nearly nine years of Ter they were married Prince Charles when they officially opened a Hospital named after them. The Royal couple married on july 21, 1981, spent an hour tuesday touring the building which took several years to finance and construct and chatting to patients. Ella Fitzgerald Given Frances top Art award Paris a Ella Fitzgerald on tuesday was Given Frances top award for excellence in the arts. The jazz singing great was named commander of arts and letters. Culture minister Jack Lang presented her with a Bronze medal attached to a Green and White striped ribbon that he placed around her neck. Quot i Only Hope i will continue to make people Happy a said miss Fitzgerald 72, scheduled to give a concert in Paris on wednesday. One of her most popular songs is Quot i love Paris and Fitzgerald has Long enjoyed immense popularity in France which boasts countless jazz buffs radio programs and Small jazz clubs. Grand Ole opry stars Memorabilia missing Gatlinburg Tenn. A personal Memorabilia belonging to grand Ole opry Star Del Reeves has been stolen from a convention Center where he is performing the Singer said tuesday. Reeves said the items stolen last week included a Box of photos and movie posters for two films in which he appeared. The photos reappeared Friday backstage but the posters remain missing he said. Quot the posters were priceless to me a he said. Quot they can never be Mother Teresa gets keys to the Villa Prague Czechoslovakia apr Mother Teresa on tuesday was presented with the keys to a former shuttle launch scrubbed Fitzgerald f / 7 it l % i ii Mother Teresa stated it would those who need help. Whether the old and the helpless sick children or other disadvantaged Villa As a i of the state the official ctr news Agency reported. The report did not say what the Prague Villa would be used for but a be available to Cape canaveral. Fla. Apr Nasa scrubbed the launch of space shuttle Columbia on tuesday when it detected a leak of liquid Hydrogen into the orbiters rear fuselage shortly after fueling began. The shuttle loaded with a $ 150-million Observatory called Astro that will Monitor unseen radiation and provide astronomers with unprecedented views of Distant stars and galaxies honorarium millions paid to legislators Washington a special interests paid nearly $600,000 last year for speeches by a half dozen top leaders in the House. Rep. Dan Rostenkowski chairman of the tax writing committee took in the most with $285,000, according to financial disclosure reports made Public tuesday. Members of the House accepted millions of dollars for speech making in 1989, the reports showed. Many representatives were paid More for talking than the average family earns in a year. The flow of speaking fees mostly from special interests was hardly slowed by the allegations of financial improprieties that led last year to the resignations of speaker Jim Wright a Texas and rep. Tony Coelho d-calif., the majority whip. Wrights successor speaker Thomas s. Foley d-wash., reported he received $32,000 in Honor aria. Coelhos successor rep. William Gray d-pa., claimed $164,098. Foley a successor As majority Leader rep. Richard Gephardt d-mo., reported $34,500. Rep. Patricia Schroeder d-colo., picked up $160,517. Speaking fees were not the Only source of outside income for members of the House which has dozens of millionaires. One of the wealthiest rep. Amory Houghton r-n.y., an heir to the Corning Glass works Fortune received $127,000 last year for managing family trusts. Rep. Don Sundquist r-Tenn., listed dividends of $50,000 to $100,000 from his stake in a popular Barbecue restaurant red hot in Blue in Arlington a. He has invested less than $50,000 in the business. Rep. Ronald Machtley r-r.i., earned interest by lending Money to his own Campaign committee. Rep. Barney Frank d-mass., who is under investigation by the House ethics committee because of his association with a male prostitute was paid Between $15,000 and $50,000 As an Advance on a Book he is writing. Rep. Ben Jones d-ga., an actor who played on the old a Dukes of Hazzards show received a $10,625 Advance for his autobiography. Rep. Chester Atkins d-mass., earned $17,307 As chairman of the Massachusetts state democratic committee. Rep. Stan Parris r-va., sold a 1948 Chrysler roadster for something Between $15,000 and $50,000, although democrats who control the House were paid the most for their speech making republicans shared in the wealth. Republican Leader Robert Michel of Illinois reported $49,300 his Deputy Newt Gingrich of Georgia $67,491. Was scheduled for 12 38 . Today. No new Date was immediately set. A indications were that the leak developed in the orbiters main propulsion system a Nasa spokeswoman Pat Phillips said tuesday. Quot the vehicle was never in an unsafe condition a she added. Nasa spokesman Joe Mcroberts earlier announced that that a leak developed at High Levels. A a we re trying to evaluate the problem so we decided to scrub the Mission for tonight until we understand what it is a Roberts said. Technicians intended to work throughout the night if necessary to Analyse the problem is. Phillips said. She said that a new launch Date would be set after the problem is solved. Inventory reduction Sale continues save from 40%-75% on in Stock furniture amp selected lamps amp accessories. 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