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Delphos Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1990, Delphos, OhioReds hand pirate bullpen first defeat a Page 6 weather Cloudy tonight and saturday Low tonight 45. See Page 2. The daily Delphos Ohio wholesale prices decline in april Page 4 _ Herald Friday May it 1990 Delphos stadium stadium Park ont. Section serving the Tri county area 35 per copy seven killed in blast on philippine Airliner new equipment Comer dads club made its annual donation to Comer elementary school and used $2,700 to Purchase three pieces of playground equipment. Items purchased include a merry go round a funnel Hall and a Jungle gym. Standing at the new merry go round Are i to a Mark Billingsley Secretary of dads club Jack Moneer president of the club Brad Curtis second grader Josh Donovan second grader Tara Hunt Firth grader and Mark Fuerst Comer principal. Money was raised at the clubs fourth of july festival and at the Allen county fair according to Billingsley. Bush reiterates Call negotiations a with no for budget conditions Kingsville Texas up a president Bush trying to get budget talks with Congress Back on a trouble free track reiterated his Call for negotiations a with no conditions a but refused Friday to reveal his stand on higher taxes. A you can come at me All Day Long. It would not be dealing in Good Faith if i started going into these details. In a not going to do it a Bush said in reply to questions about whether he would consider raising taxes. A but ill be there with no preconditions. Tomorrow there will be another tidal wave so keep your snorkel above the water level Quot Bush said. A a in a not going to show you my hand and i Haven to seen a lot of hands being Laid Down up on the Hill a Bush said. A but that a the Way it ought to be if we Are going to gel anywhere. There arc some Tough decisions out there and we be got to do in route to a commencement address at Texas a amp i University Bush stated support for his chief of staff and told reporters that the deficit cutting talks beginning tuesday will be open and have no conditions set beforehand. A Why done to you just listen to what i say and see what we do a Bush said in his first Public comments on the Issue since last week. A a there a no conditions and that a the Way it is. That a the Way its going to be and that a the Way it must be. Ill simply repeat that 1 made this proposal that we meet with no conditions and that a exactly the Way its going to Manila Philippines up a an explosion ripped through a philippine airlines jetliner Friday As it was preparing for Takeoff from Manila sparking a fire and killing seven of the 120 people aboard authorities said. Hospital sources said at least 87 people were injured including two in serious condition. One of the injured was Aurelio Periquet president of the philippine chamber of Commerce and Industry. Airport manager Edgardo Carrascoso said the charred remains of a Man five women and a girl about 4 years old were retrieved from the bumped out wreckage of the Boeing 737, which the pal acquired Only eight months ago. All the fatalities were filipinos. Pal spokesman Enrique Santos said the aircraft carrying 114 passengers and six Crew was being towed to the runway to prepare to Lake off at 3 25 . For the Central City of Iloilo when there was an explosion in the midsection of the passenger Cabin. Transport Secretary Oscar orbs said an investigation was under Way to determine the cause of the explosion. Asked about the possibility of a bomb planted aboard orbs said a a that a one of the issues being air transport chief Oscar Alejandro said the aircraft would be taken to a hangar for the investigation. Edita Abadilla Airport terminal monitoring officer said there were no reports of bomb threats before the incident. The blast sheared off the roof of the plane and left three gaping holes in the fuselage. A the aircraft had just been pushed away from the terminal. It was getting ready to leave for Iloilo when there was an explosion from the plane a Santos said. A the plane was engulfed by fire and thick smoke a the airline spokesman said. He said the Crew immediately opened emergency exits and evacuated the passengers. Sony Villareal 30, a theater ticket clerk said she was in seat no. 8 when she heard a a very loud explosion behind her just after the stewardess had demonstrated the use of a life Vest. A i was jolted. I Felt deaf. Then i saw thick smoke and flames. Bags fell from the overhead Racks. Pandemonium broke out and there was a Stampede for the exits a a said Villareal. A some were screaming a lord. others were Villareal suffered bruises when she leaped from the plane. Baltazar Tancio a filipino worker in saudi Arabia who had returned Home for a wedding in Iloilo suffered a broken leg. He said he was in scat no. 14 and thought the blast took place near seat no. 11 or 12. Report urges charting specific path for . Space program Washington up a the United Stales must Chart a More specific path for the future of the space program before making major decisions about building new types of spacecraft a report concluded Friday. A a National dialogue is urgently needed to establish the future course of the publicly supported space program and to outline the preferred Means of accomplishing the program goals a said the office of technology assessment report a Access to space the future of . Space transportation a the Lack of a Clear course for . Space activities makes the scale and character of future demand for space transportation highly Uncertain a the 92-Page report states. A it is not sensible to choose among space transportation options without first selecting the specific goals to be Congress must choose among a variety of options in deciding which space programs to fund including building new spacecraft or upgrading existing vehicles the report said. Corporate leaders told risk of recession is slim House passes family medical leave Bill Washington up a the House passed a family and medical leave Bill that supporters called pro family and an economic necessity for workers but opponents argued takes away the right of businesses to choose worker benefits. Rep. Henry Hyde r-ill., Separ poppy Days set Delphos mayor Harold a. Winging has signed a proclamation declaring today and saturday As poppy Days in Delphos. The american legion auxiliary will be distributing poppies As a Symbol of sacrifice of lives in All wars. Ated himself from fellow conservatives and president Bush who has threatened a veto by supporting the Bill. He said a pregnant working woman a needs to have Job Security and have an incentive to have that child not exterminate that child so she does no to lose her the House passed the Bill thursday on a 237-187 vote. Under the approved Compromise Bill sponsored by reps. Bart Gordon a Tenn a and Curt Weldon r-pa., businesses with More than 50 employees must offer up to 12 weeks in one year of unpaid leave for workers to care for newborns newly adopted children or a seriously ill child Parent or spouse. During the leave employees would have Job Protection and receive health benefits. House employees would receive the same benefits while other Federal employees would receive up to 18 weeks in two years for family leave and up to 26 weeks in one year for medical leave. The general accounting office estimated the Bill would affect 5 percent of All employers costing each about s5.30 per covered employee. The Bill would affect about 44 percent of All workers the Gao said. Hot Springs a. Up a a report presented Friday to a meeting of America s corporate leaders said the chances of a recession in 1990 and 1991 Are slim and predicted that the Economy will grow slowly. The High powered members of the business Council which include the likes of general motors chairman Roger Smith and general electric chief Jack Welch expressed guarded optimism at the forecast a and agreed the Economy is fragile. A a in a certainly not As sanguine As the economists a said Lewis Preston chairman of banking giant . Morgan and co. A when i get 19 economists agreeing there a going to be 2 percent growth there a one thing i can guarantee there wont be 2 percent grow the panel of corporate analysts that compiled the report also called for a 2.6 percent growth rate in 1991 and believe the probability of a recession by the end of the year has declined to 22 percent from 32 percent and to 36 percent from 40 percent at the end of 1991. A things Are pretty Good a Welch said. Added Smith a the automobile business has continued to Surprise but trouble is brewing in the banking Industry. A the banking business in the . Is going to be difficult said John Reed chairman of Citicorp. A real estate is obviously weak. 1 Don t think they have found a Bottom Amy Knippen Kristy Bockrath John Burkhart 30 seniors to receive diplomas at Ottoville math participants eighth Grade students at St. Johns elementary school recently participated in the greater Toledo Council of teachers of mathematics test at Bowling Green. Students and their placements included front i to a Brenda Lles seling daughter of Thomas and Irene Hesseling placing seventh received $4 Amie Schwinnen Gene and Cindy Schwinne placing seventh received $4 Nikki Noonan Tom and Linda Noona fifth. $6 Michelle Pohlman de and Betty Pohlma sixth $6. In Back Kisha Schwinnen Gary and sue Schwinne ninth $2 Carey Neumeier Gary and Marsha Neumeier eighth $2 Chad Hoersten Tom and Mary Hoersten third $9 Ryan Eickholt Dave and Debbie Eickholt second $10 and Jason Carpenter Mike and Carol Carpente seventh $4. Math teacher is Margaret Fischer. Thirty seniors will receive diplomas when Ottoville High school holds graduation ceremonies May 25. Baccalaureate services will be 6 . In immaculate Conception Church. Graduation will be 7 . In the gymnasium. Top student is John Burkhart son of or. And mrs. Lawrence Burkhart it. 2, Cloverdale. He and Kristy Bockrath daughter of or. And mrs. De Bockrath it. 2, fort Jennings Kevin Horstman son of or. And mrs. Larry Horst Man. It. 1. Cloverdale. And Amy Knippen daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Knippen 25573 Road 23. Delphos will be graduation speakers. Honor students Are Burkhart Bockrath Horstman. Knippen Sandra Hoffman daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Hoffman. It. 3, Delphos Stacey Mansfield daughter of or. And mrs. Stanley Mansfield it. 2, Cloverdale and Tricia Zumwald daughter of or. And mrs. Eugene Zumwald. It. 2, fort Jennings. Continued on Page 4 Kevin Horstman

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