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Elyria Chronicle Telegram (Newspaper) - May 25, 1990, Elyria, OhioA-2 Chronik to Gram Friday May victim s father wants Justice but bailiffs dui Case is delayed by Rob Sternfeld it staff writer Lorain a Lorain Man wants Justice from a Bailiff who struck his son s car while Alleg edly under the influence of Alco hol but instead he is facing another court delay. Fred Farlow the father of 16-year-old Shawn saw the Case against Guadalupe Torres 43, Lorain county Domestic relations judge Joseph Zieba s Bai Liff continued for the second time in As Many months. Torres of Tower Boulevard in Lorain was charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants following an april 13 Acci crime Bill in trouble Washington a Sena tors say their crime Bill limiting nine kinds of semiautomatic guns and prohibiting the death penalty for mentally retarded convicts in Federal cases could be running into severe trouble. It seems to me there is great pressure from certain groups to kill the Senate minority Leader Bob Dole r-kan., said thursday after 271 possible amendments surfaced. The Mea sure was shelved until after a 10-Day congressional recess set to begin today. The Senate earlier thursday upheld 59-38 a ban contained in the Bill on putting to death men tally retarded individuals convicted of capital crimes in fed eral cases. It voted 58-38 to drop a provision allowing death Row inmates to use statistics to prove on Appeal that their sentences involved racial Bias. The Senate also reversed a decision it made wednesday and approved 52-46 a stringent ver Sion of legislation on How courts review capital punishment cases to determine whether they were conducted in a constitutional manner. The Hareas Corpus provi Sion adopted would give defendants at most 60 Days after their conviction to seek a Federal review to determine if their Case met constitutional standards. Courts would have 110 Days to reach a decision. The Senate on wednesday approved a version that would give the prisoners a year to file and impose no time limit on the courts. The Bill also Calls for the death penalty for 30 Federal offences including assassination of the president. No corresponding legislation is on the Calendar in the House. Congress oks million in foreign Aid Washington a after months of delay million in emergency . Aid to the new democratic governments in pan Ama and Nicaragua is finally ready to flow southward follow ing final approval by Congress. But the engine behind the Bill was not the altruism of Mem Bers of Congress. Rather it was nearly in Hometown spending for every Dollar in foreign Aid contained in the Money Bill. When finally Sefket to president Bush Early today the measure had swelled to More than Bil lion. It included programs that ranged from filling in a col lapsed Utility Tunnel on a Street in Salisbury n.c., to giving the samoan islands a ferry boat. The measure did include million to boost the struggling government of nicaraguan president Violeta Chamorro and million to help the new panamanian democracy recover from . Trade sanctions and last december s invasion. It also included other foreign assistance million to meet refugee needs around the world million in anti narcotics Aid to Bolivia and Peru million for Aid to Caribbean countries and million for Africa. But overshadowing those amounts was several billion Dol Lars in Domestic programs such As the billion needed to make up a shortfall in food stamp funds for the current Fis Cal year which ends sept. 30 million for veterans Bene fits million for head Start and million for fighting for est fires. Dent at North Ridge Road and state route 57. The pre trial hearing will now be heard june 21, at 2 . Before municipal court judge Robert Ewers who served on the Bench with Zieba in 1982-83 when Zieba was a judge in municipal court. Torres attorney Michael Duff who requested and was granted the continuance declined comment on the Case. Farlow who expressed impatience with the delays said he wants restitution from Torres for his son s injuries but has been unsuccessful in collecting because Torres is uninsured. However Farlow said he has not ruled out a civil lawsuit against Torres. Police reports said Shawn Farlow suffered a fractured Vertebra and facial cuts when he and his brother Brian 19, were rammed from behind by Torres. Ill either have to sue or my insurance company will have to sue to get the Money Back to recover these Farlow said. Shawn wearing a Back Brace for the past month and a half had to relearn How to walk while in the Hospital and said he will have to Wear the Brace for another five months. Farmers like China Trade Deal new York a presi Dent Bush s one year Extension of preferential trading status to China assures it will remain a leading buyer of key . Exports ranging from Grain to lumber to heavy machinery business people say. The Bush decision announced thursday also assures no Supply disruption or Price jumps in important con Sumer imports from China including a wide array of clothes and shoes toys and Small appliances they said. Bush rejected congressional pressure to suspend China s most favored nation status which it has held for a decade and entitles the country to Low tariffs in Selling goods to the United states. Critics wanted Bush to scrap the status to punish China s government for its crackdown on dissent which began last june when troops attacked Stu Dent protesters in Beijing. . Businesses that rely on China Trade said such punishment would Hurt the wrong people and invite certain retaliation. We Felt that in the interest of keeping Trade lines open and allowing . Farm products to flow into China it was critical that this be said Jack King spokesman for the american farm Bureau federation in Park Ridge 111. "1 think history has shown that when we turn our Back on for eign customers there s always another country willing to fill the Steve Halloran director of the Grain department of the National Farmers Organiza Tion in Corning Iowa said a chinese withdrawal from the . Wheat Market Likely would have depressed prices much like the soviet Grain embargo did a decade ago hurting Farmers for a problem they did t cause. Save on men s tailored clothing further reductions taken on thousands of tailored suits and sport Coats from the finest names in Higbee s men s store. Off Many other Rimes save on a huge selection of Quality suits. Originally s295-s45o, now 2o6.5o-s315. Find the fabrics Cut and Quality you demand in a finely tailored suit at exceptional savings. 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