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Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - May 16, 1990, Janesville, Wisconsin The Janesville Gazette / wednesday May 16, 1990/page Sadi Spute emerges at Philippines talk service is held for 2 slain airmen associated press Manila Philippines a . Official reacted angrily today when the Philippines claimed the United states owes it More than $222 million in compensation and that the debt could jeopardize talks on american bases. At Clark air base More than 600 people attended a memorial service for two . Airmen slain sunday by communist rebels opposed to the bases. In a message read at the ceremony president Bush promised their death Tornado kills i hurts 14 associated press Stillwater. killed a child injured at least 14 others and damaged scores of buildings in Northern and Western Oklahoma authorities said. One twister bearing winds of too mph Cut a mile Long Swath in Stillwater hitting residential areas and the Oklahoma state University Campus. At least three other tornadoes touched Down in Oklahoma tuesday night. A 4-year-old was killed in Stillwater As his Mother drove to a relative a Home to take shelter authorities said. Authorities said the Mother who was Cut was unable to explain exactly what happened when the storm overtook them. Damage was reported to six apartment complexes and other Homes businesses and schools in this town of 40,000. About 40 units at a housing unit on the University Campus was reported damaged and the storm Tore part of the roof off the physical education Center. At least seven other people in Stillwater were treated for injuries. The worst injury was a 75-year-old Man who broke a hip. A twister hit the ground around would not deter the United states from a the cause of in Manila police arrested 15 people in the third straight Day of anti bases protests coinciding with talks toward a new bases agreement. They were among 300 people who included roman Catholic nuns and representatives of 14 nations who tried to March to the . Embassy but were blocked by police. Filipino delegates complained that the United states had fallen Short by $222.6 million in Aid promised to Manila to maintain the six . Military installations whose lease runs out in september 1991, said Rafael Alunan spokesman for the philippine panel. . Officials acknowledge Only a $96 million shortfall. Alunan warned that the disagreement could jeopardize the talks. A the Way i see it that will endanger the future of the talks with the United he said. A i would like to think that both sides Are prepared to work out their differences As friends and allies Are expected to the two sides agreed to set up a committee to study the Issue. However the chief . Delegate Richard Armitage. Reacted angrily to the philippine statement about the outstanding debt. A spokesman for the . Delegation Stanley Schrager. Quoted Armitage As saying he did not a stand next to a Cash Register when conducting foreign the Issue of Back payments was raised during the third Day of talks Between the United states and the Philippines on a new bases agreement. The two Dele a associated press Kent Geary and Denise Daniel look Over what is left of a House after a Tornado touched Down in Stillwater okla., tuesday night. Midnight in Foyil injuring at least six people As it slowed across four Miles of Farmland. A Tornado ripped off a roof near Kellyville in Oklahoma and a twister in Western Oklahoma terrorized patrons and workers inside an Al Reno truck Stop when it touched Down near interstate 40. With Power lines Down residents of Stillwater and Foyil waited for Daylight today to reveal the extent of the damage. A a in a going to go Back tomorrow and see what happened a said Stillwater resident Jean Annesley who spent the night in a red Cross shelter after her Home was hit. A it s going to kill me. But ill survive Mike Field stood in his Yard and looked at the wreckage from a school roof that littered the inside and outside of his heavily damaged House. He and his family had it to shelter. Violent protests erupt in Seoul associated press Seoul South Korea Radical students hurling rocks and firebombs battled riot police today in Kwangju and at least four other cities news reports said. About 20 people were reported Hurt. The violence came As dissidents called for nationwide protests Friday to Mark the 10th anniversary of a bloody rebellion in Kwangju. The worst of today a fighting was reported in the City 155 Miles South of Seoul. Clashes were also reported today in Seoul Pusan Cheju and Chouju. Meanwhile 24,000 workers today ended their 3-week-old strike at the worlds biggest shipyard with their demands unmet. However labourers at the country a leading Auto Plant stayed off the Job for a second Day. The car Plant and shipyard both subsidiaries of the Hyundai conglomerate Are located in Ulsan 160 Miles Southeast of Seoul. The National news Agency Yon Hap said the violence began in Kwangju when riot police firing tear Gas from armoured vans stormed a University to disperse 2.000 students holding an antigovernment rally. The students wielding steel pipes and throwing rocks firebombs and other missiles fought 1.000 riot police it said. About 20 students and police were figured during the two hour clash Yon Hap said including one student who was seriously Hurt when he was hit in the face by fragments of an exploding tear Gas canister. In Seoul today a major dissident group called the Peoples Alliance announced it would organize anti government protests in the capital and 16 other cities to Mark fridays Kwangju anniversary. About 200 citizens were killed and More than 1,500 injured when the South korean army was used to quell the May 18, 1980, uprising in the City of Kwangju. Dissidents claim the death toll was much higher. The National police Headquarters ordered an immediate full scale Alert to try to curtail violence. We have moved associated foot clinic . Or s Mccrea amp Reinicke podiatric physicians foot ankle specialists surgeons our new address Fox Hills business Plaza 4450 Milton ave. Hwy. 26 Janesville phone 752-1080 hours by appointment Liu Itaru ail Diirr noun session so they could attend the memorial service for the two american airmen at Clark. 50 Miles North of Manila. The killings of airmen John h. Raven 19, of Delta Junction alas a and James c. Green 20, of Craig colo., were believed timed to coincide with the opening of the talks. . Ambassador Nicholas Platt read Bush a message at the service. A Barbara and i want to express our Shock and sorrow at the by Tai murders of airman John Raven and airman James Green a the message said. A terrorism will not deflect our nation from Itsvan Gogh work nets $82.5 million associated press new York Vincent Van Gogh a melancholy portrait of the doctor who treated him in the weeks before his suicide sold at auction for $82.5 million making it by far the expensive painting in the world. The Sale of a portrait of or. Cachet came after a 10-minute bidding War at Christie a auction House Between two buyers who jacked up the Price in increments of $1 million. The 26-by-22.5-Inch Oil was Worth $141,000 per Square Inch to Kobayashi gallery of Tokyo which has emerged in recent years As a major buyer of impressionist Art. The total surpassed the $53.9 million paid for Van Gogh so a irises in 1987 at soothe by a said Susan Britman a Christie a spokeswoman. Explaining the astronomical Price Christie a president Christopher Burge cited the paintings Good condition its High profile exhibitions in new York and the opinion among Many that it is one of Van Gogh a five Best paintings. A we May have to wait another to years another 20 years for a picture of that importance a a Burge said. Dealer Hideto Kobayashi told Japan a Kyodo news service he bought the painting on behalf of purpose to preserve and protect democracy and Freedom a foreign Secretary Raul Mangla pus. Chief philippine Delegate at the bases talks told reporters afterwards that he attended to a stress the position of our government that these acts of killing unarmed american soldiers is an act of weakness and diminishes the dignity and Honor of the people of the Philippines a Armitage said the killings a will not shake our resolve to see the talks through Quot on the bases communist rebels claimed responsibility and vowed More attacks until All . Troops leave the Van Gogh s portrait of or. Gachet has sold for $82.5 million. An unidentified japanese company that wanted the work at any Price. A they Are extremely pleased a Kyodo quoted Kobayashi As saying. Owned by the Trust of German born banker Siegfried Kramarsky who died in 1961, a portrait of or. Gachett had Hung since 1984 at the metropolitan museum of Art. Christie a had expected it to fetch Between $40 million and $50 million. The painting was completed in avers sur Oise France six weeks before the artists suicide in 1890. Or. Paul Ferdinand Gachet a practitioner of homeopathic Medicine and a Friend and physician to other impressionist painters had tended to Van Gogh in the final weeks of his life. Garages any size any style ask about our maintenance free Vinyl buildings we bring prices pions amp samples. Free estimates to your Home at no Cost or obligation. Financing or or a la erase do it All Best prices Best Quality Best service Best built garage builders Call Jim Noll at 755-1140 Golden Eye surgeons amp consultants Ltd. Wants you to meet Carrie e. Golden . Board certified ophthalmologist fellow american Academy of ophthalmology president Eye surgeons amp consultants Ltd. 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