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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 16, 1983, Tokyo, JapanWednesday february 16, 1983 issued against the suspect whom he identified a Moses Young 27, of St. Louis. Dougherty said Young had a police record an served a one year sentence in the City workhouse for a narcotics said the shooting spree at Lee s Pawn shop apparently was triggered by a refusal of the co owner to pay the suspect $1,800 for a Diamond tie tack. Among the dead was shop manager James Schneider 33, police said. They identified another victim As 81-year-old sol Marks co owner of the shop who was shot to death As he Lay on the floor in the Back of the store. The name of the third victim a customer was withheld. He s a mad dog killer Dougherty said of the gunman. We be got to get him and we re going to get him. We be got 30 detectives and Al uniformed officers looking for him. Well stay out there until we do get tavern operators responsible St. Louis a in a decision stemming from a policeman s death in a hit and run Accident the Missouri court of appeals has Rule that tavern operators Are responsible for the actions of their intoxicated customers. One would have to be a Hermit to be unaware of the carnage caused by Drunken motorists the three judge panel said in a ruling that was the first of its kind by a Missouri court. The judges ruled in favor of Susan Reifschneider whose husband was killed in 1977 while issuing a ticket on the shoulder of interstate 270.the Driver of the car that hit him was sentenced to six years in prison after pleading guilty to manslaughter. Reifschneider had filed suit in St. Louis count circuit court seeking $500,000 from the Driver and from two Illinois taverns. The ruling Means the lawsuit which a county judge had dismissed will be reconsidered. The South Arkansas signs of confusion Batesville Ark. A folks who live on Meadowlark Street in this North Central Arkansas Community also live on Cardinal Street. And in. Away they live on Glynn Street As Well. The City Council decided Glynn Street should be called Cardinal Street and Lynn Street should be known As Meadowlark Street. But when the signs went up the Meadowlark signs were placed on Glynn aka Cardinal Street and no signs atall went up on Lynn aka Meadowlark Street. The error surfaced when the City began ordering new Street signs and it also developed that the residents of what was legally Cardina Street were getting mail addressed to Meadow Lark Stree the Council agreed to leave Well enough alone officially designating Cardinal Street As Meadow Lark Street. Lynn Street meanwhile will become the new Cardinal Street. Tennessee of destroys rocket fuel Tullahoma Tenn. Athe air Force has destroyed 15,000 pounds of rocket fuel retrieved from a test cell where an my missile engine exploded during a test. An air Force explosives ordnance team used Hermite grenades to Burn the solid fuel maj. Thomas Koch fuel was removed from the Arnold Pacific stars and stripes engineering development Center s j-4 test cell after the engine designed to Power the my missile s second stage exploded on nov. 17. Noone was injured in the explosion but 10 Days later four technicians died when fuel ignited inthe underground part of the cell. Paraplegic wins zoning test Chattanooga Tenn. Up a woman paralysed from the Waist Down has won tentative approval to move into a Mobile Home designed for paraplegics despite opposition from neighbors who claimed the trailer would clutter their subdivision. Gale Reese wiping tears from her eyes said the decision by the Hamilton county zoning appeals Board Means she will be Able to cop with everyday tasks for the first time since a swimming Accident left her paralysed three year Sago. I think it s sad that some of my neighbor Sidn t understand this. I la be Able to take care of myself in this Mobile Home said Reese 35, who was rolled into the Board room in a wheelchair for the hearing. Shelves will be installed so i can reach things. I la be Able to get into the Shower by myself. Two or three people have to carry the two families that opposed her claimed the Mobile Home violated a Harrison Point sub division covenant that prohibits More than on residence on each lot. Reese intends to move the trailer next to her parents Home on their three acre lot in the subdivision. My clients want to live in a neighbourhood where maybe a Deer runs across the Road and you see All sorts of wildlife. That s different than living in a neighbourhood where the houses Are just packed one after another said Pete Gervin attorney for Bruce and Carolyn Benton and Claude and Mary All of Reese s neighbors opposed the trailer and some spoke in her live across the Street and we have no objection to this Mobile Home. Anything that would help this poor girl would be fantastic said Thomas Quinn a retired preacher. Florida a bumper crop of fleas Miami a the mild Winter in Florida has bred a bumper crop of fleas and an entomologist predicts that by next month the state will be hopping with billions of the tiny biting pests twice As Many As last s been a tremendous population of fleas building up in Florida University of Florida entomologist Phillip Koehler said. Florida generally has the worst Flea problem in the country. The Sandy soils and warm temperatures Are Ideal for Flea s a Flea epidemic and there s been one for about a year said Miami veterinarian to Rainey. The Basic problem is the fleas Are getting More and More used to Normal insecticides. We have Bunches of Tough 11 the Board held a hearing and 26 neighbor testified they opposed the couple s Appeal of the Law. The panel gave the couple six months to move but the couple said they would fight the decision. Eric Swanson and Susan Rupp own a Home that is zoned r-0, which prohibits cohabitation by unmarried people. We Are not changing the intended use of the zone because we consider ourselves to be a single unit family Swanson Bill has been introduced in the City Council changing the wording of the Law to allow up to two unmarried people to live together in r-0 zones. But councilwoman Cathy Reynolds said she had been unable to get the Bill out of committee. The r-0 zoning was enacted in the 1960s to head off the wholesale conversion of older Homes Many of them in the Capitol Hill and Park Hill neighbourhoods into boarding houses. Mountain states Colorado couple violates zoning Law Denver up the Denver Board of adjustment says an unmarried couple is violating City zoning Laws by living together in a residential neighbourhood and must move. Pacific states California baby loses to huge Odds san Francisco a surgeons working against a million to one Odds were unable to perform a Miracle for Jason Leonard a2-month-old infant with a defective heart. The Santa Ana infant died at the Californi medical Center four hours after the surgery. Or. Stanley Kegel had warned that the operation was a Long shot because the condition was so unusual and the child so Young. The chances of this Are one in 1 million he had said. The surgery was designed to close a Hole i Jason s heart Between the ventricles the Chambers that Send blood to the lungs and the provide oxygenated blood to the rest of the body. Because of the Hole blood did not circulate properly leaving Jason in a constant state of heart and lung failure and requiring oxygen to keep him from turning Blue Kegel said. Publicized sex offenders los Angeles a More than half of the47 men whose names were publicized recently by the City attorney to discourage prostitution have pleaded guilty to sexual solicitation. Twenty seven men paid $150 fines in lieu of45-Day suspended jail sentences and were placed on probation for a year Deputy City attorney Robert Ferber said. The men were arrested late last year after the allegedly solicited sex from undercover policewomen. Crash injures 37 Al Centro Calif. A a bus Wasbroad sided by a car after it failed to halt at a Stop sign in morning fog and 37 farm labourer were injured the California Highway patrol were seven major injuries broken Bones anything that leaves a scar said officer David Mars. Mars said he did t know Why bus drive Guillermo Sepulveda 28, of gait failed to Stop other than that there was moderate fog. I Don know Why he did t Stop but i m sure that contributed to it. There were probably Mars said no one was cited but the Accident remained under investigation

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