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February 12, 1986

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F f'nqn 2A - Wednesday, February 12, 1986 - The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise STATE Archer: guard border with troops SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Using American soldiers to patrol the 2,000 miles of border between the United States and Mexico would discourage illegal immigration, congressional candidate Van Henry Archer Jr. says. In » speech to the Crane Lions Club Tuesday, Archer said the soldiers could patrol the outer areas of the shared border. "It is not suggested that they line the river shores but bivouac on and patrol isolated areas that now serve ;is filter-through passage to the U.S.," Archer said. The former San Antonio city councilman said the border immigration patrol agencies need support in trying to control illegal immigration. Soldiers along the border, Archer said, would he no differeent than armed, uniformed Immigration iii»d Naturalization Service personnel except that their function would be to apprehend and hold illegal aliens for the immigration authorities. Voters oust mayor in recall vote I>KI, KIO (AP) — Voters who ousted their mayor in a recall election will hasp the chance in April to pick another leader and decide if they want a new international bridge. ('ity Council members voted Monday to put a referendum on the ballot asking voters if they want to have a new bridge connecting Del Rio and < 'imlad Aotina, Mexico. Within two weeks, the council will vote on what the referendum should say. The bridge was supported by former Mayor Roger (Vrny, who was voted out of office Saturday in the recall election. A total of :'.7;'.i voted for recalling the mayor, while 1,626 voted against it. A junior college student who said she feared taxes would skyrocket if the $3.8 million bridge were built started the petition drive that forced the recall election. Peace justice calls deaths accidental NI'.;\V BOSTON (AP) — A Bowie County justice of the peace claims the deaths of singer Rick Nelson and six others were accidental, but he refuses to speculate in a filed report on the cause of an on-board fire. "That's up to the federal boys," said Alfred Welch, who filed the report of his inquiry into the New Year's Eve accident on Monday. On Tuesday, Welch said the report based on his inquiry into the fire aboard a DC-3 carrying Nelson, his fiance and his band would remain sealed unless ordered released by a judge. Nelson and the six others were killed New Year's Eve when their plane crashed and burn just outside DeKalb. There have been reports of sources saying the Federal Aviation Administration was looking into the possibility that cocaine freebasing may have played a part in the crash. Bandit hijacks taxi in Austin AUSTIN (AP) — A cab driver told police that a masked man he picked up in Austin robbed him at gunpoint and forced him to drive to Corpus Christ!. Driver Pete A. Salazar, 26, said the gunman then fled, according to Corpus Christ! police. Lt. U.B. Alvarado of the Corpus Christi police department said Salazar was unharmed when he called police from a relative's home in Corpus Christi on Tuesday afternoon. Salazar told police the man was wearing a dark ski mask when the cab driver picked him up about 8:40 a.m. Tuesday. The man drew a gun, demanded Salazar's fares and ordered him to drive to Corpus Christi. Before leaving the cab, the robber told Salazar a bomb was in the car, Alvarado said, but police found no bomb. NATION President stumps for candidate WASHINGTON (AP) — President Reagan, trying to bolster the odds of keeping the Senate in Republican hands, was traveling to Missouri today to help former Gov. Christopher Bond prepare for a potentially tough race against the state's popular lieutenant governor. The president, heading West for a three-day vacation at his California ranch, planned a stop in St. Louis for a $500-a plate fund-raiser to help Bond fill his campaign coffers for the November contest. The two-term governor announced Sunday he will seek the Republican nomination for the Senate scat held by Thomas Eagleton, who is retiring after three terms. i Gras leaves hangovers N K\Y ORLEANS (AP) — Thousands nursed hangovers or kept partying todav after boisterous Mardi Gras parades and celebrations that drew crowds estimated at more than a million despite freezing weather. One man was wounded in a shooting and 20 people were injured when a car lurched onto a median, but police spokesman Juan Quinton called Tuesday 'one of the quietest Mardi Gras we've ever seen." The climax to li\v weeks of pre-Lenten balls and parades came at midnight on Mardi Cr.is or Kat Tuesday, when the courts of the Rex and Comus secret SCK ictics toasted each other at a formal ball, ushering in Ash Wednesday. WORLD Pope calls for good works VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope John Paul II, in his Lenten message on Ash Wednesday, urged Roman Catholics today to become Good Samaritans by extending a helping hand to the poor, sick and persecuted. Lent, the period of 45 weekdays leading to Easter, is observed variously in Christian churches by fasting and penitence to commemorate Jesus's last ing in the wilderness. "Charity rids us of our selfishness,"the pope said in the message. "It breaks down the walls of our isolation, it opens our eyes to our neighbor, to those more distant from us and to the whole of humanity." The pontiff, in a later address to about 3,000 faithful gathered for his sveekly general audience, urged Roman Catholics to observe Lent with prayer, almsgiving and fasting. Bomb kills two women UK!HUT, Lebanon (AP) — A bomb exploded today in front of a movie theater located near an office of President Amin Gemayel's Phalange Parly in Christian east Beirut, killing two women and injuring 10 other people, police said. The midmorning explosion badly damaged a row of ground-floor shops adjacent to the theater in the poor Bin Rummaneh residential district and damaged seven cars. The theater, empty at the time of the blast, is located in a seven-story apartment building. An office of Gemayel's Phalange Party is about 30 yards from the site of the blast. Police estimated the bomb, hidden in a leather bag like some of the earlier charges, contained 36 pounds of dynamite. Chamber Banquet Friday February 21st 8>egwn (Sa^ette-Enterpriac 11 DON Camp, Seguin Continuous service to Seguin and Guadalupe County since 1888. Member Assouaicil Press, Texas Press Association, Texas Newspaper Advertising Bureau, Tttxas Daily Newspaper Association, Audit Bureau of Circulation, U.S. Suburban Press IDC , and Advertising Checking Bureau Published: Sunday morning and Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday aftomoons each week by Hie Seyuin Publishing Co in Seguin, Texas. Entered as second (lass postage paid at Seguin. Texas 78155 Telephone 512-379-5402 Subscription rates (including applicable sales tax): By carrier and mail d«liv«ry in Guadalupe, Bexar, Caldwell, Comal, Gonzales. Hays and Wilson Counties»31.64 for 12 months, $18.40 for six months and $9.20 for three months. Mail delivery in Texas and outside above stated counties $47 33 for 12 month*. Mail delivery outside Texas »80 00 for 12 months. USPS 488-700 Gazette-Enterprise Staff Miki- Ciidxiola . . . . Hot) Thaxton Joy Ostei.'n Gdiy Myers Larry Morono John Tiiylur • Publisher ft Editor Managing Editor Business Manager Retail Ad Manager Production Manager Publisher Emeritus 5 Reagan walking tightrope President striving to avoid taking sides in Philippines ?yMICHAELPtJTZEL . Philippines," Reagan told reporters two-party system" he said emen»i»rf intensive consultations wltl By MICHAEL PUTZEL AP White House Correspondent WASHINGTON (AP) - President Reagan is walking a tightrope between opposing sides in the Philippine presidential election, saying he is disturbed by reports of voting fraud and violence but mindful of U.S. strategic interest in maintaining its military bases on the islands. In a written statement after hearing his observers report on the irregularities they had witnessed in the still-undecided race, Reagan said, "It is a disturbing fact that the election has been flawed by reports of fraud, which we take seriously, and by violence." But he said, "We need to remind ourselves that this is a Philippine election, not an American election." And he told a news conference Tuesday night, "One can't minimize the importance" of U.S. Navy and Air Force bases on the Pacific islands. "I don't know of any that's more important than the bases on the Philippines," Reagan told reporters in a nationally broadcast news conference. He noted that his administration won't take sides in the bitterly contested race between incumbent President Ferdinand Marcos and challenger Corazon Aquino. "We're neutral, and we then hope to have the same relationship with the people of the Philippines that we've had all these years," Reagan said. Reagan said he would send veteran diplomatic troubleshooter Philip Habib to Manila to "help nurture the hopes and possibilities of democracy." White House officials have concluded privately that Marcos, who controls the National Assembly that will declare the winner, will emerge victorious. Efforts already are under way to persuade Mrs. Aquino not to take her campaign into the streets, as she has promised, and Reagan has pledged to try to nurture the "strong two-party system" he said emerged from the election campaign. On other matters at the news conference, Reagan, when asked about the release earlier in the day of Soviet dissident Anatoly Sh- charansky, said he "talked at great length about human rights" with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev at their summit last November. Reagan said he thought there had been an increase in such emigrations since then, and added, "I hope that this is a beginning sign of what's going to take place." Regarding this week's change of government in Haiti, the president sajd the only U.S. involvement in the downfall of President-for-Life Jean Claude Duvalier was in "providing an airplane" to fly him into exile in France. He said Duvalier did not seek advice about his departure, and the United States offered none. U.S. officials have acknowledged, however, that they were involved in McQueeney project A PLAYGROUND PROJECT committee of parents, Parent-Teacher Association members, community leaders, McQueeney faculty and students is planning the expansion and improvement of the play area at McQueeney Elementary School. Phase I of the project includes planting trees, buijding a cement outdoor play surface, swing sets, a climbing gym and fort, and committee members were out Saturday to work on the project. The McQueeney PTA has endorsed it by donating approximately $2,000. Target completion date is March 8. (Staff photo) intensive consultations with Duvalier and the new regime to help smooth the way for a bloodless transfer of power. ' On other subjects, the president warmly praised Vice President George Bush, who is preparing a bid for the 1988 GOP presidential nomination, saying Bush has been "heart and soul in support of everything that we're trying to do, and I am convinced of his sincerity i" Insisting he had not decided what action to take on proposals within the administration for changes in affirmative action policy, Reagan said he is "trying to correct" a system that makes it easy for the bureaucracy to enforce racial quotas, rather than pursue specified numerical goals and timetables. He also made a pitch for his 1987 budget, and took note of critics who say it is "DOA — dead on arrival." He said those critics only want a tax increase to reduce deficits — and said any such increase would be "VGA — vetoed on arrival." Shuttle probe targets seals WASHINGTON (AP) — NASA engineers have been concerned about the performance of rubber sealing rings on the space shuttle's rocket boosters for more than a year, but concluded that while the seals needed to be improved, they were "safe and adequate" for flight, space agency officials said. At a news conference today, Lawrence Mulloy, head of the solid booster program at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama, said tests have shown the seals operating properly at lower temperatures. He said the day before the Challenger launch NASA and engineers from the rocket booster's manufacturer, Morton-Thiokol, agreed the launch should proceed after concluding that even if the primary seals were adversely affected the secondary seals would hold. Gerhardt files Cont'd. from Pg.1 A age 65 and for the disabled from 18,000 to $15,000. ,1 "Working with the budget over the past four years, I have seen first hand what the city faces. Services;do cost money, but I feel* fiscal responsibility:/ is' of tfffficlst ,fnf pprtance I know thai "all of 'our citizens understand this f '• ';" "As a growing community, there are many challenges that face us. However, all of us can join together to work together to help make Seguin a cleaner, a more attractive and a safer place in which to raise cjur families. ; ', "Each citizen, young and ^d means a great deal to me. r'tiuY concerns are my concerns. I would like to continue to serve you. I assure you that I will do the very best that-I possibly can for you," Gerhardtk statement said. ', Gerhardt and his wife, Anita, hav[e two sons. One is a junior at Seguin High School. The other is a senior'at Texas Lutheran College. Anita Gerhardt teaches at Lizzie M. Surges Kindergarten. •,' District judges busy sentencing defendants Cont'd. from Pg. 1A toxicated, thus causing the death of Robert J. Simmons. Under terms of his probation, Herchman must pay a $1,820 fine and $77 court costs, as well as attend group counseling and submit to random urinalysis. William Chris Peed of Seguin was sentenced Friday by Schraub to five years in TDC under terms of shock probation. Under shock probation, Peed may be given probation if, after several months in TDC, he shows a good behavior record. Peed pleaded guilty to charges in a July 22 indictment that on June 18 he entered a habitation with the intent to commit theft. Peed was also fined $500. Deon Yarbrough, an Air Force enlisted man residing at Randolph Air Force Base in Universal City, was given five years probation under terms of deferred adjudication by Schraub Friday. Yarbrough pleaded guilty Dec. 9 to burglary of a habitation charges. He was indicted Oct. 7 on charges that on Aug. 6 he entered the habitation of John S. Moreno with the intent to commit theft. Terms of his probation call for Yarbrough to remain within the limits of Bexar County and pay a fine of $100, restitution of $169 and court costs of $327, as well as complete 500 hours of community service restitution. Rosa Chipley DeLeon of Seguin was also given five years probation under terms of deferred adjudication Friday by Schraub. DeLeon, who pleaded guilty Dec. 9 to theft charges, was indicted in October on charges that from Sept. 1, 1984 to Feb. 28, 1985 she unlawfully appropriated aid for families with dependent children worth more than $200 but less than $10,000 and that during the same period she unlawfully appropriated food stamps under the same monetary classification. DeLeon was ordered to pay restitution of $1,048 and court costs of $327. Also given probation for one year Friday by Schraub was Valentino Sauceda Trevino of Seguin. Trevino pleaded guilty Dec. 9 to charges that on Aug. 9 he entered ia building belonging to Eleanor Seidel with the intent to commit theft. The charge of burglary of a building was reduced to criminal trespass, a misdemeanor. Trevino was also ordered to pay a fine of $100 and court costs of $327. Rosita Mendoza Trevino of Seguin was also given one year probation Friday for a charge of criminal trespass. Trevino pleaded guilty Dec. 9 to charges that on Aug. 9 she also entered the building belonging to Eleanor Seidel with the intent to commit theft. She was also ordered to pay a fine of $100 and court costs of $327. Circulation Department Hours Monday 8a.m. 5p.m. Tuesday-Friday 8a.m. 7:30 p.m. Sunday 7:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. If you do not receive your paper by 5:30 p.m. Tuesday thru Friday or by 8 a.m. on Sunday, please call our circulation department at 379-5402. 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