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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 17, 1983, Tokyo, JapanThursday february 17, 1983 Pacific stars and stripes National 3 1 More gives up in marshal killings compiled from wire services Heaton . One of two Radical Par militarists sought in the killings of two . Marshals surren dered tuesday. After the surrender about 100police officers using a National guard armoured personnel Carri Erand firing tear Gas stormed a farmhouse in a futile search for theother Par Militarist a fanatic tax protester believed to be the one who actually killed the marshals. Scott Paul 29, a member of the anti federalist posse comi Tatus surrendered in Fessenden a Tow near Heaton. Four other suspects in the shooting were arrested earlier. The four include the wife and son of Gordon Kahl the Man believed to be the one who actually killed the marshals. . Marshals Fri agents Sher Iff s deputies and police surrounded the farmhouse monday night where Kahl 62, was thought to be holed up. The House is on the 320-Acrefarm where Kahl used to live and where his son now lives. Fog prevented the authorities fro moving in on the House until tuesday morning said Dick Hick Man a crime Bureau agent from Williston. Once they did they found the House empty. Authorities moved an armore National guard personnel Carrier up to the House monday in an attempt to draw fire. There was none. Kahl had vowed to friends and the armoured personnel Carrier approaches the farmhouse. Acquaintances he would not to be Medina about 50 Miles South of permission to move Back to North taken alive. Heaton. Occupants of a car opened Dakota but a warrant was issued i m not going to let them take me fire with an automatic weapon As the for his arrest in March 1981 because again Kahl. Was quoted As saying officers approached authorities shortly before he got into the said. Shootout with . Marshals who murder charges were filed Mon tried to arrest him for violating Day against Kahl s wife Joan 62 probation imposed in a 1977 tax his son Yori 23 David r. Broer 53,and Vernon a. Wegner 25. Kahl lived in Texas when he was found guilty of the income tax in Texas gave Kahl evasion marshals died one was wounded critically and two police officers suffered less serious wounds when they tried to arrest Kahl near he had not reported to a Federal probation officer in Bismarck. . Attorney Rodney Webb of Fargo said the marshals knew Kahl would be attending a tax protest meeting in Medina on sunday afternoon and followed him from the meeting to a site North of town where other officers were waiting tory to help with the arrest. Grand Toyota to save $1 billion each joint production plan compiled from wire services Detroit the new joint venture Deal Between general motors and Toyota will save pm about billion dollars because the Ameri can automaker will not have to design its own Small car Industry analysts the same time Toyota will save Between $1 billion and $1.25 billion because it will not have to buy land and build its own Plant to produce cars in the United states the analysts the pm Toyota agreement strengthens Japan s role As a Small car supplier to the world and assists pm in its profit plan by freeing dollars for investment in other projects said Arvid Jouppi a Independent new York City analyst. The Specter of local Content legislation being passed in Congress this year was the main reason that Toyota decided it had to build cars in the United states said John Hammond an analyst at data resources inc. In Lexington legislation which passed the House late last year before dying atthe end of the session would require a certain percentage of .-Madeparts in cars sold in America. A statement by Toyota said i should also be noted that about half of the Content of the new car will be american in origin and this should help revive Many sectors of the american Economy which relate to the automobile is the first time in history that an american and a foreign Auto maker have formed a 50-50 partner ship to build a car in the unite states. Under their agreement pm and Toyota will remain separate from each other and their venture is not intended to establish another form of cooperative relation ship according to Toyota s state ment released in Detroit. The Only comparable .-Foreignautomaker joint production situation is that of american motors Regie National Des Sines Renault the French tie struck in 1980, is not a 50-50 proposition however because Renault owns 46 percent of am. We need a new entry into the subcompact end of the business that attracts first time buyers a chairman Roger b. Smith said of the reason for the pm Toyota experience shows that nearly three fourths of these buyers will stay with pm through their car owning lives so we must have a Carto offer the new front wheel drive Mode that a pm Toyota Plant in Fremont calif., will produce is not a copy of any car being offered in this country he , the world s leading Auto maker and no. 3 Toyota will Star building up to 200,000 Toyota designed Small cars per year i California late next year according to pm with Smith in Detroit Toyota chairman Eiji Toyoda said Toyota will not give priority to hiring workers Laid off at the id legs Plant in California where the new car is to be Detroit United Auto workers vice president Owen Bieber said the Union expects its members to get the jobs 3,000 to Start. Stateside merger re opens Bank Knoxville Tenn. A United american Bank of Knox Ville declared insolvent in the fourth largest commercial Bank failure in . History reopened tuesday after a $70.5 million merger with first Tennessee corp. Of Memphis. Federal regulators allowed first Tennessee the state s big Gest Bank holding company to acquire lab Knoxville hours after the state s banking commissioner declared it insolvent Mon Day because of multimillion Dol Lar loan losses. A Federal Deposit insurance corporation statement said first Tennessee will absorb up to $86.5 million in lab credit losses. Thunderbird return Colorado Springs a the thunderbird the air Force s precision flying team will resume their performance schedule april 2 15 months after a single crash killed four of the group s pilots with a new aircraft. The team will be using f-16afighters instead of the t-38a jets used at the time of the fatal crash during practice Maneu vers in january 1982. The team had switched Fromf-4 fighters to t-38s in 1973. Cos shot in Holdup both seriously injured Elpaso Texas a three Spanish speaking men wearing Gas masks and army camouflage uni forms shot and seriously wounded two cos while attempting to Rob the fort Bliss no club Post authorities three who did Rob the two shooting victims escaped eve though the Gates at the 22,000-Man minimum Security Post were sealed after the shooting. Military policeman Edward was seriously wounded by a Shotgun blast to his Arm at Thedel Norte club for non commissioned . Eugene Hilliard the club manager also was in intensive Careat William Beaumont army medical Center with a Shotgun wound said base spokesman capt. Dennis pre Vost. Muszkiewicz underwent surgery for about eight hours for serious vascular damage to his Arm. His condition was described As touch and go Prevost said the three suspects barged into the club shortly be foreclosing time. They stopped a waitress As shews walking to Hillard s office struck her and knocked her out Prevost said. Then they herded Hilliard to the Safe in the manager s office. An altercation broke out when Muszkiewicz walked into the office and before the Safe could be opened the two men were wounded. One of the assailants fired his Shotgun atthe two cos. The robbers escaped with Hilliard s Wallet and Muszkiewicz s handgun Prevost said

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