New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 9, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
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American To Soil Fodoral Express Up To 19 MOI Is
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — American Airlines Inc. has agreed to sell up to 19 McDonnell Douglas MD! I aircraft to Federal Express Corp., and will perform maintenance on FedEx’s aircraft fleets.
Under the fust agreement, American said. Friday, it_will sell FedEx 12 MD I Is and will have the option to sell the company its remaining seven MD1 Is.
The first dozen planes will be delivered over more than three years, with the first delivery in January. The other seven aircraft may be purchased by FedEx over two years beginning in 2000.
The aircraft will be converted to freighter configuration, and three aircraft will be phased in per fiscal year, FedEx said.
In a separate deal, American has agreed to provide some maintenance services for FedEx over the next six years. The maintenance previously has been done by contractors.
Former Mo CEO Dead at 75
DALLAS (AP) — Joseph MacDonald “Joe** Dealey, former Dallas Morning News president whose career with its parent company spanned six decades, has died of complications from lung cancer. He was 75.
The grandson of The Morning News’ founder George Bannerman Dealey, Dealey was also former chairman and chief executive officer of A.H. Belo Corp., the newspaper’s parent company.
Dealey died Friday. A memorial service was tentatively scheduled for Tuesday afternoon after a private burial service.
In his career with the family business, Dealey was also a witness to history, marshalling the newspaper’s staff to cover President John F. Kennedy’s assassination.
Dealey led the company through the first stages of a competitive challenge from Times Mirror Co., which had purchased the rival Dallas Times Herald in 1970, and was Belo chainnan of
the board when it became publicly owned 11 years later.
Dealey was president of The Morning News from 1960 to 1980 and former Belo chairman and chief executive officer.
Judges Dislike Lawyer Ads, Support Death Penalty
DALLAS (AP) — Texas judges are fond of capital punishment and limits on pretrial news coverage, according to a new poll that also shows their dislike for lawyer advertising.
Revealing their conservative streak, 75.9 percent of respondents to the February surveys disapproved of lawyer ads. Some said they were symptoms of a larger problem: Too many lawyers.
The anonymous responses from 124 of the 484 judges receiving the questionnaires from Texas Lawyer were not enough to form a statistically valid base. But die weekly newspaper said it provides insights into judicial sentiment. Results were published this week.
“The major problem with the legal system in Texas today is there are too many new lawyers being turned out by law schools,” a University of Houston Law Center graduate, now a judge in the city, about lawyer ads. “This glut of attorneys only damages the profession, both from a financial perspective and from the opinion the general public has of a lawyer.”
Jurists’ 76.6 percent support for the death penalty did not surprise an official of the Texas Resource Center, which represents death row inmates.
“It sounds consistent with my experience,” said Mandy Welch, the center’s executive director who added the vote reflects the public’s support for capital punishment.
Negotiations To End Mexican Rebellion Set for Sunday
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Zapatista rebels have accepted a government offer to resume peace talks this weekend to end a 16-month rebellion.
Rebel leader Subcomandantc Marcos announced late Friday that the talks
will take place Sunday in the town of Ocosingo in Chiapas state, site of the rebellion.
The Zapatistas, he said in a communique, had a “real will” to find a “political solution.”
The Interior Ministry said the talks will focus on die framework for future negotiations.
Rebels had originally demanded that the army withdraw from former rebel territory before peace talks. They ultimately agreed to sit down to talks while army troops are still stationed on the outskirts of indigenous communities sympathetic to the rebels.
The guerrillas had proposed that peace talks lake place in Mexico City, but the government insisted the talks be held in Chiapas.
The Zapatistas rebelled on Jan. I, 1994, demanding political and economic reforms on behalf of Mexico’s Indians. At least 145 people were killed in 12 days of fighting before a truce was declared.Arrest Report
The following people were arrested by the New Braunfels Police Department from March 23, 1995, through March 31,1995.
■ Steven Cayce, 30, of 141 Ruekle Road in New Braunfels, was charged March 23 with aggravated assault.
■ William Lawson, 40, of 609 S. Union in New Braunfels, was charged March 23 with aggravated assault.
■ Carlos Guajardo, 24, of2524 Katy in New Braunfels was arrested March 23 for other authorities.
■ Jack Harding, 23, of554 S. Casten in New Braunfels, was charged March 23 with aggravated assault.
■ Conrado Valero, 31, of 475 E. Business Loop 35 in New Braunfels, was arrested March 23 for other authorities.
■ John Degraff, 23, of 2554 NE Loop 410 in San Antonio, was charged March 23 with possession of marijuana.
■ Steve Stapleton, 21, of Oasis Chive in San Antonio, was charged March 23 with possession of marijuana.
■ David Holmes, 22, of 725 Williams in Seguin, was charged March 23 with possession of marijuana.
■ Roland Morales, 20, of Seguin Motel in Seguin, was charged March 23 with possession of marijuana.
■ Mark Sanders, 21, of602 Mdelin in Seguin, was arrested March 23 on unspecified charges.
■ Johnnie McHenry, 36, was charged Match 24 with disorderly conduct.
■ Rudolfo Gomez, 31, of 105 Suder in New Braunfels, was charged public intoxication.
■ Pedro Benavidez, 33, of 385 Basel Street in New Braunfels, was charged Match 27 with driving under the influence.
■ Dennis Norton, 30, of 1405
Churchill in New Braunfels, wai charged March 28 with aggravated assault.
■ Timothy Campbell, 24, of 401 Natalen in San Antonio, was arrested March 28 on unspecified charges.
■ Robin Pierce, 25, of520 S. Santa Clara in New Braunfels, was arrested March 28 for other authorities.
■ Mario Caballero, 25, of 559-80 Rt. 2 in New Braunfels, was charged March 28 with public intoxication.
■ Jobe Smith, 18, of (415 Jackson in New Braunfels, was arrested March 29 for other authorities.
■ James Lawless, 22, of 1280 Lost Elm in New Braunfels, was charged March 29 with traffic violations.
■ Stacy Fields, 26, of 161 E. Bridge in New Braunfels, was arrested March 29 for other authorities.
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