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The Marshall News Messenger from Marshall, Texas • 3

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LocalTexas Tuesday. Man si. 1994 News Messenger Convenieiiic store broken into mn day Approximately $1,000 worth of items were taken from a Waskom convenience store Sunday night, according to reports from the Harrison County Sheriff's Department. The. burglary "was discovered early Monday when employees of the Tank-N-Tote near Interstate 20 found the front door handle and chain lying on the ground.

Items' taken include sunglasses, candy and gum, cigarettes, lighters, and four baseball caps. ARRESTS Freddie Mack Hatten, 35, 2107 West Pinecrest, was charged with family violence. Chadwick Taylor, 23, 206 Wood, was charged with assault. Donald Wayne Copes, 18, 1703j Elsie, was arrested for assault family violence. Richard Ricky Conner, 24, OFFENSES Harrison County Sheriff's detectives are investigating a cross burning that occurred late Monday.

According to reports, deputies were notified of the burning cross around 11:20 p.m. The cross, found on the center strip of Texas 154 near the Nesbitt Cemetery, was made from two-by-four lumber wapped in material soaked in motor fuel, investigators said. A camera and videocassette recorder was reportedly taken from a home on Stateline Road South. JAIL POPULATION There were 131 inmates housed in the Harrison County Jail as of 9 a.m. today.

Police Beat 1001 Kahh, was arrested oil' warrants for driving a vehicle with defective stop lamps, a modulated vehicle too low to the ground, and failure to appear in court Gerald Wayne Roach, 32, 800 S. Carter, was arrested on a warrant for driving without a driver's license and failure to, maintain financial responsibility. Agnela Whitten Lister, 20, of Tatum, was arrested for theft under $20. Carl Thomas Mooney, 17, of Texarkana, Was charged with criminal mischief. John David Windes, 17, of Texarkana, was charged with public intoxication.

George Loy Ives 60, was charged with driving while intoxicated. Memorial READY FOR ACTION U.S. Navy Radioman 2nd Class William Sprague of New keeps a close eye on the waters in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba during routine exercises Sunday aboard the Navy's new hi-tech patrol boat USS Cyclone 1 with her sister ship, Tempest, in background. The new ships will help in an effort to beef up the Navy's presence off the coast of Haiti enforcing the embargo. The U.S-led blockade has cut down on ship traffic to Haiti, but smaller boats have been able to sneak past with vital supplies, says the admiral in charge of the blockade.

(PhotoAP) Ozone alert issued Continued from 1 after 36 years in the Navy. Moore, 76, began his formal remarks by saluting the Gold Star Mothers those women who lost sons or daughters in war and the families of those missing in action. It is well to remember, Moore said, on this 128th observance of Memorial Day, that it all began in 1866 when the women of Columbus, put flowers on the graves of both soldiers of both the North and the South. DALLAS (AP) The first ozone alert of 1994 was issued Tuesday for the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and agencies responded by reducing bus fares and urging people to carppol. Officials issue an ozone alert when weather conditions could lead to ozone levels exceeding an Environmental Protection Agency standard, above which people with breathing or heart problems could face difficulties.

Most ground-level ozone results from high levels of pollution, usually car exhaust cou "That act marked the begin-ning of the healing which followed the breach of unity in this country the War Between the States," Moore Recalling the unknown soldiers of all four 20th Century wars World Wars I and II, Korea and Vietnam which now lie entombed in Arlington Cemetery, Moore said. "They died for the rights of Americans to enjoy their freedom. They gave their tomorrows for our todays." li TU iliiir KAL'S DIET MAX WEIGHT LOSS Increases Calorie Burning Stimulates Metabolism Energy Levels Arrests made in video poker scheme ft tO GROOM'S FREE WITH 6 ii fr' OR MORE RENTALS in Dallas pled with high temperatures, low wind and clear skies. Officials are concerned about ozone levels because the area faces sanctions if the ozone exceeds federal Clean Air Act guidelines too many times between now and 1996. state police spokesman.

U.S. Attorney Robert Boitmann said Bally Gaming Inc. was the victim of the alleged scheme and cooperated fully with investigators. According to the indictment, Worldwide Gaming secured the sole rights in Louisiana to video poker machines made by Bally a giant in the industry" Bally agreed to furnish Worldwide Gaming, which authorities described as an organized crime front, about $20 million worth of credit, cash and machines, the and we look forward to working with other local groups and churches to make these facilities available for use by Marshall students and ETBU," said ETBU President Dr. Bob E.

Riley, in a press release. Markets) BSVSEXH BBBH Candv Wnrd (Next to Bodacious) i i 1 1 m4 said, "I am overwhelmed and humbled because I believe our community does remember and does honor our country." "Most of us have memories of World War II," Kariel said. "Perhaps if we would sit down and write a letter to our grandchildren and tell them of those World War memories, they would understand that the freedoms we enjoy were not free and were protected at great cost." Principal speaker for the occasion was Rear Admiral Sam Moore, who retired to Marshall indictment alleged. Money from the machines was diverted illegally to the three crime families, the grand jury alleged. There are about 12,000 video poker machines now operating in Louisiana bars, restaurants, truck stops, race tracks and off-track betting parlors.

It could not be determined immediately how many-machines were being operated by Worldwide Gaming. The indictment did not specify how much money authorities believe was skimmed. VIRGINIA IJTTLEJOHN'S Telephone Answering Service Pagers Fax Service 200 S. Grove (903) 935-2388 I'M) i'iOit ir- Strive for lowest prices ExpertsAssuring best fit Suit Pkg. (Shirt Tie) On Site Alterations Wide selection Small Boys to large Men Locally owned operated Size record kept Groom's Tux free party of six Fast Service BRADBURY'S MENS STORE 301 N.

Washington 935-2705 troopers on indictments returned by a federal grand jury in New Orleans. Among those arrested were eight New Orleans-area men. The other suspects were arrested in the New York City area and Florida, authorities said. Most of the indictments, the product of a joint investigation by the Louisiana State Police and the FBI, involved federal racketeering charges, wire fraud and mail fraud. It was the longest state police investigation in history, said Capt.

Ronnie Jones, a camp by Marshall Camp Fire. "The acquisition of Camp WaCanTa brings a whole new range of opportunities for programs at our university. We feel this Is a win-win situation for our university and Camp Fire, MtMMtf iv hnsti.iii Unr 757-6647 1-800-768-4292 933-6500 Congratulations Cortney We Never had a doubt. Mom Dad, Ruben Joshua Class of '94 Air Fares on Sale thru Juno 8 7J CROWN CCX LECTION fl v. 308-A Spur 63 Longvlew, Tx.

Visit Our Gift Shop For A Wide Selection Of Graduation Gifts 1507 S. Washington 'Hi Si Cortney Wells Marshall High School (Selected BBBBBSk' asssrBsl i i NEW ORLEANS (AP) Seventeen people were arrested today in a scheme by three organized crime families to skim profits from video poker gambling machines in Louisiana, authors ties said. The charges allege that the Genovese and Gambino families in New York and the Marcello family in New Orleans infiltrated Worldwide Gaming of Louisiana and its subsidiary Louisiana Route Operators Inc. The suspects were arrested at dawn by federal agents and state In Brief ETBU acquires Camp WaCanTa Marshall EAST TEXAS BAPTIST UNIVERSITY officials today announced that the title for Camp WaCanTa, formerly held by WaCanTa, has been transferred to ETBU. The transfer includes a provision for Marshall Camp Fire members to continue to use the facilities.

An annual lease will be drawn up for the continuing use of the Nell's Hat Outlet Hats, Gtovvs Earrings For Ail Occasions Rt 3 Box 562 (Block Rd.) 035-6285 Opm mm-Wl I PJ-- pm Sat 1 am-6 pm Bedding Plants Shrubs Hanging basxers NADEW'S LIQUOR Beer A Wine Can. Hunter Whiskey 1.75 liter $472 Zlma 6 pks. Miller Uta Everyday Eydwelser cans yy Su-d Ute 938-9699 1-800-336-9699 CAnctv Rafflpv o- -y j2100 Victory Dr. ft COLVLN AIR CONDITIONING HEATING and SWEPCO are combining to provide you with High Efficient Heat Pumps, Financing and REBATES. 100 Financing- Throturh SWEPCO 0 Money Down 60 Montba to Pay At 28 APJL To Qualify: 8or High Effldoney Haat Pump or Dual Fuel Systems Featuring American Standard Super High Efficiency Heat Pump Equipment ATTENTION: ALL BLACK EMPLOYEES AND FORMER EMPLOYEES OF TRINITY INDUSTRIES BACKPAYHAS BEEN AWARDED Back pay haf been awarded to certain black employed of Trinity Industrie, who worked at either of Trinity Industrie' Longvlew, Texas, plants between January, 1980, and April, 1984.

To see If you hare been awarded back pay, and. If so, to claim your award, please fill out this form and send to: United States District Clerk, Eastern District of Texas, 211 W. Ferguson, Tyler, TX 75702. A portion of your award may be reduced for amounts you earned after you left the employment of Trinity Industries. You may be requested to five Information about these amounts to the company.

For information, you may wish to contact the lawyer for the employee class, Nell Hahn, 509 Howard Lafayette, LA 70506,018) 233-5069. J. BARRON NEAL is pleased to oiwwce the relocattoaohisojce or tfe practice lew to SOI East Pinecrest DriTe Mmhll, Tens 75870 Ffccne (803) 833-84S9 Name: Current Mailing Address: (Number and Street) CLAIM FOm Trinity Of known) (City, State and Zip Code) Current Telephone Number. Social Security Number Dates of Employment with Own Opl4 S9 4 1-20 by Kail 935-6884.

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