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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 4, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday 1 Taylor Communications 25 cents September Co 1 Dallas Zcitung 54 24 Pages 2 Sections USPS 377880 Ntw Texas Autopsy report awaited in Buchanan jail hanging A New Braunfels man was found hanged in his cell this morning at the City New Braunfels Police Chief Burney Boeck Harold Jeb Stewart was pronounced dead by Justice of the Peace Harold Krueger at A spokeswoman for the Travis County Medical Examiners office in Austin said that an autopsy ordered by Krueger to determine the cause of death should be completed later Buchanan was arrested between 2 and 5 today at a motel and charged with public intoxication and resisting Boeck Buchanan was in the cell by himself when he was found hanged by his Boeck Boeck would not comment as to when Buchanan was found hanged in his Buchanan graduated from New Braunfels High School in He was the son of Comal County CourtatLaw Judge Buchanan and Janette Buchanan of Oak Hill Survivors include his parents and one Funeral services are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Egypt cautions new Mideast talks depends upon Israeli concessions Egypt United States says Egypt and Israel are resuming negotiations on Palestinian autonomy in a few But one of President Anwar Sadats chief advisers says only preliminary talks will be held unless Israel makes concessions on the issues of Jerusalem and Jewish set tlements in occupied Mideast envoy Sol Linowitz announced the breakthrough in the EgyptianIsraeli deadlock Wednesday ifter a meeting here with President Anwar Sadat and earlier talks in Israel with Prime Minister Menachem Linowitz said the two who had been feuding for more than a month over a new Israeli law claiming eternal control over unified agree to resume the autonomy negotiations at a mutually agreed and to consult regarding timing and venue of a summit meeting to be chaired by Carter told labor leaders in Washington the deadlocked negotiations on a plan for autonomy for the million Palestinians in the West Bank of the Jordan River and the Gaza Strip will resume within the next few Other officials in Washington said Sadat and Begin would meet after the 4 presidential as Sadat proposed last A few hours Butros Egypts minister of state for foreign said contacts will start soon but they will be preparatory talks and cannot be considered a resumption of These he will focus on an agenda and a time and place for substantive But such negotiations cannot begin until Israel modifies its stand that East the predominantly Arab part of the Holy is part of Israel and not subject to negotiations and that Israel has the right to establish Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank and Gaza which it captured in the 1967 said the talks would deal with issues of Palestinian autonomy Jury indicts coworker A man charged with the murder of a bakery coworker on 22 has been indicted by the September panel of the Comal County Grand Mario was indicted yesterday for murder in connection with the death of Mario of 1447 Cross a fellow employee at Naegelins Esquivel was stabbed with a large knife while at the then left the scene in his He lost control of his automobile and crashed into the side of a tire store at San Antqnion and Academy DeLeon was one of 19 persons indicted by the monthly panel which met for almost eight A total of 30 in dictments were handed down on 41 felony The grand jury did not nobill any of the cases but did pass for further in vestigation the cases against Jimmy Benno Ernest Pedro Escobedo and Elmo Lance Achterberg was indicted for unauthorized use of a motor George Kelley was indicted for aggravated assault with a deadly The panel returned four indictments for burglary of a habitation against James Conrad Two indictments for burglary of habitation of Fedele Fred Two indictments for burglary of habitation were also returned against Joseph Another burglary habitation in dictment was returned against Miguel Reginald Edward Garza and Ruben Gara Sauceda were in dicted for burglary of Guadalupe Patino was indicted by the panel for rape and robbery with sexual Abel Gonzales was also indicted for rape and A burglary of habitation indictment was returned against Ricardo Lewis Edward Johnson was indicted for unauthorized use of a motor Robert Madia was indicted for two counts of sexual abuse burglary of rape and sexual abuse burglary with the intent to commit theft and two counts of Burglary of habitation charges were also returned by the grand jury against James Albert Udkier and Ronald Hilberto Ortega Aguirre was indicted for burglary of a motor vehicle and aggravated assault with serious bodily Reagan says Mideast nearing a flashpoint Twilight zone Staff photo by John Semer By ASSOCIATED PRESS Could it you are entering a zone of or is it high winds Ac tually it is a view of the side of a large milk transport trailer parked near New Braunfels High School with a reflected utility pole being bent by the contour of the ExYip pie leader gives up Inside NEW YORK AP Abbie the former Yippie leader and antiwar activist who had disappeared more than six years ago when he jumped bail on a cocaine surrendered at the Manhattan district attorneys office a spokeswoman He eluded about 40 reporters waiting for him in front of the New York State Office where the state special narcotics prosecutor has his by going in a side Hoffman had been living for several years under the name Barry Freed as a freelance writer and ecology activist on a tiny island in the Lawrence His surrender was announced by Mary de spokeswoman for Manhattan District Attorney Robert Prior to the an associate had said Hoffman would be at his publishers office for a news conference at less than four hours HOROSCOPE SPRING TAKING Ronald Reagan says the Mideast is approaching a flashpoint because of weak and confused leadership by Jimmy Carter a charge leveled only hours after the Presidents an nouncement that Israel and Egypt will resume their stalled peace talks under his In an address Wednesday night to Bnai the Jewish service the Republican presidential nominee said Carter has sacrificed Americas reputation as a trustworthy ally and that his conduct of foreign policy has been marked by inconsistency and Reagan headed to Florida and Louisiana today in the wake of his now famous Labor Day gaffe over the Ku Klux a remark which drew severe criticism throughout the The Republican nominee stuck word forword with his prepared text Wed nesday even to the point of ignoring the disclosure by Carter that another threeway summit is in the works with Egypt and But when a reporter asked him about it outside a Washington Reagan declared I think its Reagan charged in his address that the president merely stands by and watches while Israel is isolated by international terrorism and resolutions designed to undercut its Carter gets his chance to reply in a speech to Bnai Brith Reagan said that the Soviet Union has made new inroads in the and because of the weak and confused See Page HA GOP plans allout effort to carry Texas SAN ANTONIO Texas is a key political battlefield in Konald Keagans drive for the White House and Republicans plan to launch an un precedented effort to carry the state in said the state GOP chair Chet Upham of Mineral Wells said the party plans to spend million and put forth an unprecedented organizational effort to win the presidency for He said state Republican who met in Chicago targeted Texas as a must state for The battleground is here and its going to be waged as hard as we Upham said at a news conference He said Texas Republicans were bouyed by the 1978 election of the states first GOP governor since Recon Bill and that they were ready to carry on trie fight for The race in 1976 was close and Texas fell on the Democratic Were going to make every effort this year to carry Texas for the said We and the Democrats that traditionally and the president has been elected the way that Texas Theres never been a Democrat or a Republican elected president this century that has not carried The state party chairmans remarks came as Republicans prepared for their state convention here Friday and A 20member temporary resolutions and platform committee is working on the state platform to be submitted And the state executive committee is scheduled to convene Upham said that Reagan and his running Texan George both would make several visits to Texas before the election and that he an ticipated President Carter also would campaign heavily in the Bill John Tower all of whom will address the convention this weekend and cam paign organizations in 240 of the 254 counties will make a strong push to elect Upham Upham said the latest Republican poll shows Reagan leading Carter by 10 percentage points in But he predicted the margin would narrow considerably by The state chairman also said he hoped Reagan would receive at least the 25 percent of the Hispanic vote that Clements and Tower garnered in The election of Clements in 1978 brought a psychological boost to us that a Republican can be elected to any of Im confident were going to carry Upham Ill make that
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