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Seguin Gazette Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 9, 1985, Seguin, Texas Page 2 Friday August g 1986 see Fri state brother sister die in fire san Antonio a a Blaze that swept through a House in Southeast Bexar county Early today killed a brother and sister after a Rescue at tempt inside the Structure was thwarted by flames officials said the victims were identified As Lawrence Gerald Adams 22 and 19 year old Rebecca Jane Adams said county fire marshal Carl Mixon the sounding of a smoke Detector alerted five other people inside the House said Mixon he said the fire which began at totally destroyed the dwelling he said the victims father Lawrence Gerald Adams searched through the Home to reach a room where the two were but was blocked by fire he had earlier heard the smoke Detector go off and saw fire through the structures roof Mixon said cause of the fire has not been determined Mixon said Austin water usage drops Austin a Austin has at least for now dodged the threat of tighter water use restrictions including a ban on Lawn sprinklers wednesdays water use dropped to 149 million Gallons Down from million Gallons monday and million Gallons tuesday local ordinances allow the City manager to order stringent phase three restrictions if water use tops 15 million Gallons for three consecutive Days Austin has been under phase two restrictions since july 31 restricting Lawn watering to once every five Days based on House addresses Austin police Are enforcing the mandatory restrictions with violations punishable by fines of up to under phase three a stinites would be banned from using sprinklers Only handheld hoses buckets or drip systems could be used Texas air ups offer Houston a Texas air corp today announced it will increase an offer to acquire trans world airlines inc by per share Texas air the Parent company of Continental airlines and new York air made the offer four Days after financier Carl c Icahn again offered to acquire Twa Houston based Texas air said it will offer per share Cash and of a new Issue of exchangeable preferred Stock of Twa the offer is per share More than the earlier offer contained in the merger agreement with Twa and More than Icahn offer Icahn offered to Exchange per share Cash and of a new Issue of preferred Stock for each of the Twa shares his investment group does not already own relatives ordered to pay Houston a a jury has recommended that relatives of two missing boys be forced to pay million to the childrens Mother under a new Texas Domestic kidnapping Law i think it is a very positive step and i Hope someday it will help other parents in the same position its a very heartbreaking said the Mother Carolyn Smith 26 of sugar land her two sons Charles Smith Iii 7 and Christopher Smith 5 have been missing since sept 21 when their father Chuck Smith took them to Tampa testimony showed the Smiths were divorced at the time of the abduction nation of Jet crashes into House Oklahoma City a an air Force fighter Jet crashed into a House thursday and set the Structure ablaze killing at least one person injuring one and leaving one missing authorities said the Pilot ejected safely the single engine single seat a7d Corsair was on final approach to tinker air Force base when it slammed into the House about 3 Miles from the base said base spokesman John Clabes Only a Shell remained of the two Story House on a secluded wooded lot As firefighters sprayed foam wreckage from the Jet which apparently hit a Row of Trees before striking the House was scattered about firefighters searching the House found the body of one victim whose identity was withheld and looked for Mother until Nightfall said Gen Richard Burpee commander of the base he said the search would resume at Daybreak Friday Faa adds air marshals Washington a stepping up efforts to foil terrorist hijackings the Federal aviation administration has quietly assigned More armed marshals to ride aboard airliners Industry officials say for Many years the Faas Security agents were assigned to ride airlines Only when officials had information about hijacking threats but since the june 14 hijacking of Twa flight 847 in the Middle East Faa agents have stepped up their John Mazor a spokesman for the air line pilots association said thursday Faa spokesman John Leyden declined to comment on the deployment of air marshals on commercial flights saying Only that the Agency is planning to assign More armed guards to patrol the skies world indians Blacks Battle Johannesburg South Africa a fighting Between indians and Blacks erupted today at the Mohandas Gandhi memorial Complex in Durban Black townships witnesses said and the unofficial death toll in the Durban riots climbed to 38 Gandhi Phoenix settlement became a Battlefield when Indian residents set upon Blacks living at the Center said director mewa Ramgobin the settlement was set up by Gandhi the Indian in dependence Leader during his 21 years in South Africa the indians were apparently enraged by Black attacks on Indian houses in three Days of Durban rioting Ramgobin described the fighting at a Community dedicated to Gandhi memory As a terrible togolese Welcome Pope Pya Togo a tens of thousands of people in native costume singing Welcome colonel in polish greeted Pope John Paul ii today when he arrived to talk with logos president and ordain 11 togolese priests native men with headgear carved out of Buffalo and Antelope horns Shook their bodies to the rhythms of tribal Drums and women in multicoloured Robes and Straw hats Sang hallelujah As the motorcade of the polish born Pope left the Airport for Pya the Pope arrived thursday at the Start of a 12day tour of Africa which will take him to the Ivory coast saturday then to Cameroon the Central african Republic Zaire Kenya and Morocco Pul Tinon it a want Htow Nantt Feyh 7th for Guin 1100 n Camp Seguin continuous to Seguin county liner ism member associated press Texas press association Texas newspaper advertising Bureau Texas daily newspaper association audit Bureau of circulation suburban press and advertising checking Bureau published sunday morning and tuesday wednesday thursday and Friday afternoons each week by the Seguin publishing co in Seguin Texas entered As second class postage paid at Seguin Tenas 78155 Telephone 51 379540 subscription Ratet including Nta in Nuiji in it dwt gone Law Hoyt Wilwyn for 1j months f for Foi months Miil Dot Ivory in of Fate wed Foi 12 months Miil it livery tout Mono for 12 uses 488700 Mike Graziola Bob Thaxton Joy Osteen Gary Myers Larry Moreno John Taylor it Ditcu editor to Impf Tuil 4d i mfr by peace activists held by independents not contras Tyjuan Maffes associated press writer Managua Nicaragua a an american peace group says 29 activists and 18 reporters were freed after a Day of Captivity by in dependent anticommunist rebels and not by the second largest Contra guerrilla Force which it first had blamed Patricia Manning of the witness for peace group said in Managua that the american activists and the reporters accompanying them arrived thursday night at Al Castillo after spending the Day sailing Down the san Juan River that divides Nicaragua and Costa Rica she said the boat was to leave Early today for san Carlos a town on Lake Nicaragua at the Mouth of the River 125 Southeast of Managua the group arrived without any Accident and in a Good is Manning said adding she could not learn More about the situation because of poor radio communications the witness for peace activists Are in Nicaragua to protest the Reagan administrations support for the rebels and to Campaign for peace Between the United states and Nicaragua the groups Washington office said on thursday president Reagan who has hailed the insurgents As Freedom signed a billion foreign Aid Bill providing for a resumption of nonlethal Aid to the contras the peace group had blamed wednesdays abduction on the revolutionary democratic Alliance an anti sandinista rebel group commonly known As arde the rebel groups Leader Eden Pastora had threatened that his guerrillas would shoot at the activists if they made their trip but witness for peace released a transcript of a radio conversation to the associated press late thursday in which an activist aboard the boat said the abductors identified themselves As Independent anti communists rather than members of pastoral group in Washington the state depart ment said a spokesman for the group in a Cargua informed officials thursday they had been held by an Independent group and not by Ardfin Aroe consistently has denied any involvement in the incident saying it took pm fee in Derfl Tofy held by the governor Fettet and that it was a show put of by the sandinista to discredit the rebels in san Carlos local sandinista authorities on thursday gathered school children and teachers on the docks saying they were to Welcome the american activist group the preparations began hours before the group announced the boat had been released Pastora and Many of his men fought with the sandinista front to oust former righting dictator Anastasio Somoza but later broke with the new leftist government and began rebel actions from bases in Costa Rica on Nicaragua Southern Border the largest rebel Force operates birthday proclamation mayor Betty Jean Jones signs the proclamation for sequins 147th birthday to be celebrated monday aug 12 at the Campbell log Cabin the party sponsored by the conservation society will feature food games and entertainment tickets Are on Sale at local Banks watching the signing Are Moha Starcke vice president of the conservation society Beth Zies chairman of the party committee and her daughter Lena Zies staff photo Union organizers Hail decision on Laws restricting picketers by Ken Herman associated press writer Austin a farm worker Union organizers plan to use picket Power granted by a Federal judge to step up their fight for higher wages and better working conditions in West Texas it really opens up a whole new chapter in the struggle of the farm Union Leader Jesus Moya said of District judge Mary Lou Robinsons ruling the Amarillo judge wednesday threw out seven state Laws restricting picketing she said the Laws violated free speech included were statutes barring mass picketing by requiring at least 50 feet Between picketers the Texas aflc10 on thursday called the decision the most significant Labo management ruling in Texas in at least Falcio communications director John Rogers said in Austin it probably gives service employees unions a major major boost in we Are going to see a lot More picketing and said Rebecca Harrington of Austin Texas director of the United farm workers but growers and a major farm group criticized the ruling As giving too much Freedom to Union organizers the result could be a California atmosphere in the Fields according to Keith Garrison director of farm labor programs for the Texas farm Bureau in Waco that atmosphere contributed to a lot of violence All kinds of violent acts resulted during organizing activities he said i was said Wes Fisher a Hereford grower whose firm was a party to the court fight Good lord that leaves the door wide open for them to walk All Over us a lot of the growers Are getting out of the vegetable business its going to screw up our right to work guarantees Fisher said in a Telephone interview from his West Texas office Texas rights work Law forbids Union membership As a condition of employment is Robinsons ruling ended a bitter dispute Between vegetable growers and Union organizers that began five years ago in an onion Field Moya now director of the International Union of agricultural and Industrial workers was a key Leader in the 1980 strikes that sparked the court fight the dispute began when deaf Smith county officials arrested Arizona labor organizer Karen Kincaid in 1980a for allegedly trespassing on an onion Field six Miles West of Hereford High Plains growers then sought a court order to Stop Union activists from organizing protests the picketing Laws thrown out by the judge include statutes that barred than two pickets within 50 feet of an Entrance to the work place and restricted pickets to one every 50 feet use of insulting threatening or obscene language to interfere with workers who Cross the picket line accompanied by slander libel or the Public display or publication of Oral or written use of Force or coercion to get an employer to bargain with or recognize a labor Union that does not represent the workers circulation department hours if you do not Rte it your Pap try Tum thru Fri or by 8 on sunday Plum aril our circulation opt out of bases in Honduras along the Northern Border Oft another witness spokeswoman Sharon Hosteller said the activists had radioed hat nicaraguan rebels were filing on their boat from Costa Rica and had ordered them to get off on the Costa Rica Side the incident reportedly occurred As the group was returning from la Penca an abandoned arde Camp in Nicaragua along the River where they had gone tuesday for a prayer Vigil and spent the night in Washington state department spokesman Bernard Kalb said americans had been cautioned for two years to avoid travel in the nicaraguan Jungle and said the United states was not responsible for the incident the Cia supplied various rebel groups with Money and weapons until last fall when Congress banned the provision of weapons or training to the rebels Pastora has denied he received any Aid although Cia sources in Washington say he did car bomb l computers air planes helicopters ready for missions by the special we attacked the Rhei main air base today with the commando George the letter said the red army faction is an anarchist group that has terrorized West Germany with bombings and assassinations for More than a decade it frequently has directed attacks at facilities police said they were looking for the terrorist gangs hideouts in the area and Security was tightened at the base located about six Miles from Frankfurt the military european command headquarter in Stuttgart identified one of the dead As airman 1st class Frank h Scarton 19 of Woodhaven Mich the military said in a telex that Scarton a member of the 437th military Airlift Wing was on temporary duty at Rhei main Cartons father Frank said his son was a Supply specialist who entered the air Force after graduating from High school in 1983 he said he never imagined his son would be in danger i really never gave it much he said in just sorry it happened in just glad he died serving his in Washington Pentagon spokesman maj Richard l Ziegler identified the other victim As Becky to Bristol the wife of senior airman John r Bristol who is assigned to the aeromedical Airlift Squadron at the base the military said at least 20 people had been treated and released at the Rhei main clinic following the blast it identified two who remained hospitalized As senior airman Mathias m reams 22 of Goldsboro and Barbara Reuter a West German employee of the base police Contd from pm 1 thursday the theft occurred july 28 when Vega who is employed by varsity inn left his Sanyo radio cassette player recorder valued at a Case containing 60 cassette tapes and a bag containing 60 cassette tapes on a Cabinet behind the bar at varsity inn overnight when he returned the next Day the tapes and radio cassette player recorder were missing Seguin police investigated a burglary thursday afternoon when Joe Villarreal of Elpaso reported the theft of a refrigerator and a Gas Range from a vacant rental property at 554 Newton St Villarreal could not pin Down the Date of the burglary nor place a value on the stolen appliances police were unable to determine the location or method of entry new York Stock Market report new York stocks Ford Mot pm Phil opt s High us ust Gay corp 30 29 p 11 amb h h7u i Amer can 62 a Wax 4 2 26 Ami inc am motors food Gen Vij Amer 21 e s 30 3d 31 Bell Harden w4 9 4 coasts ice a Bas Kadak Plo Werland

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