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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 27, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas Texas Inc for county By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer County Commissioner Charles Tart Mund would like to see county projects started during his administration through to the For this plus what he termed his deep concern for Comal 51yearold Mund decided to seek reelection as commissioner of precinct I still have a deep concern for Comal County especially with the growth pattern were said a I feel the things that were started during his term need to be com he specifically mentioning the extension of FM 3009 to Highway That needs finishing so we can turn it over to the The experience hes gained during his sixyears of plus what he learned from being in business for himself for 10 are ample qualifications for the job of com Mund noted in a recent Before he was Mund owned and operated a local drycleaning I feel like I have the expertise to continue on with the job as com missioner and with handling the county budget said who is running on his Mund thinks the current Com missioners Court is spending the publics tax dollars unlike charges made by his Republican opponent Lorenzo Yankee As long as Ive been there weve spent them tax dollars as wisely as he I believe in holding tight reins on the But a lot of times youve got to spend money that you know is necessary See Page 12A ct Commissioner Precinct 3 Camarillo money poorly spent Charles Tart Mund By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer County tax dollars have not been spent wisely by the current Com missioners Court in the opinion of Lorenzo Yankee Republican candidate for county commissioner precinct And the main reason why they arent being spent he is because there is not one single person on the court who Id call a Pointing to the experience he gained working for the past six years with a San Antoniobased health systems planning Camarillo thinks hed qualify as a professional planner something he thinks Commissioners Court desperately Thats my main reason for the 40yearold GOP candidate I feel Im qualified for the Growth is going to be a crucial issue in the next few years and we need to have a good longrange county he In the next two to three years therell be a lot more problems crop up according to the population Therell be more cars on the and well need to be finding ways to get better water and all of this requires good added who owns and operates a local Mexican food Three big issues River the countys redistricting and a now county jail are areas where Camarillo feels the current Com missioners Court lias not spent tax dollars In the county redistricting money was spent on consultants and legal fees even after See Page 12A Lorenzo Camarillo JJL New Braunffels New Texas 209 Zeituno A O WEDNESDAY October 1982 25 cents 40 Pages Sections USPS 377880 Copycatpoisons Colorado man By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The makers of Excedrin ordered their capsules off store shelves in Colorado after one man was arid reports of product tampering ranging from fruit to laxatives spread across the nation in what a federal official called a wave Consumers scrutinized containers of cold medicines and pain relievers for signs of foul and officials in three states warned Tuesday that any Halloween trickortreating should be done with In where the scare began nearly a month ago with the deaths of seven people from cyanidepoisoned ExtraStrength Tylenol police searched Tuesday for a woman who lied about her identity after turning in a bottle of tainted Officials of BristolMyers the maker of called the mercuric chloride con tamination of their product clearly criminal and on Tuesday ordered it withdrawn from store shelves in William of who became ill after taking three ExtraStrength Excedrin cap sules underwent surgery late Tuesday to remove the remaining mercuric chloride from his He was in critical but stable said Loann Lawless of Aurora Community In Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Arthur Hull Hayes said it did not appear BristolMyers was We are seeing a series of localized tamperings in the Denver area and other sections of the United Hayes said in a None has been found to be the result of problems or con lamination at the manufacturers so we must conclude at this time that we are seeing a wave In a Juno Beach policeman was hospitalized Tuesday after he began vomiting within seconds of drinking orange juice from a police Officer Harry was resting comfortably in Palm Beach Gardens Community Hospital He turned colors right before my said police Chief Robert The juice had been bought at a convenience The county medical examiners officer said the carton could have been injected with a product such as In officials determined that another resident who became ill after taking Excedrin was not Emily Jurick apparently just had the said Barry Rumack of the Rocky Mountain Poison Control Stall photo by Cindy Richardson Lottie Faust Slow down Why 100 candles Lottie Faust begins second century By CINDY RICHARDSON Staff writer Lottie Faust celebrates her 100th birthday but this does not seem to her down I never give it much she a twinkle in her The morning of our interview her son Walter escorted me into their A few minutes later she came down the every hair in place with her makeup applied You get the impression she is the type of person who would not go out in public unless she looked her She looks at least 20 years younger than she benefit of a cane or This is a woman who has her own but open to new ideas and is not opposed to an Walter talked about the time he remarked about the steady stream of tourists walking by their house in the Look at that tube he said one marvelling at the crowds of Every year they wear less and Pretty soon they wont be wearing anything but if it bothers dont look at them Faust Fausts memories paint New Braunfels as a center of dancing and music in the early 20th She fondly remembers her music teacher Stefan He was a splendid she I had a lean toward Faust began taking music lessons when she was See Page 12A Forged Kroesche will exposed in hearing Inside By DEBBIE TURNER Staff writer From the moment Angela Kroesches body was discovered near her grazing there were questions surrounding her death in late Then the appearance of a will almost four months made the questions loom even and triggered an inquest in early October into the cause of her The courtroom inquest confirmed Travis County Medical Examiner Robert Bayardos ruling that Kroesche had died from a chest blow by an attacking ram Her chest had been all her ribs and death probably occurred within one to five Bayardo The last contact with Kroesche was around 3 at her house at 453 Highway 81 East on May Her body was discovered by an acquaintance at May Kroesches personal belongings and livestock were sold from an auction house in San An She had never had no living brothers and and had left no So heirs to her estate worth over which in cluded acres of valuable Guadalupe River and highway numbered 34 half relatives on her mothers side of the and half on her fathers on the afternoon of a small LatinAmerican woman walked up to the commercial drive in window of Texas Commerce She carried a bundle of legal I found she and walked off before anyone could ask any Inside the bundle was a written on a form available at any stationery with Angela Kroesches instructions that Jerome Schumann be named beneficiary of her The will for over 30 was always first to assist me when my relatives ignored and was signed Angela finished May 1982 a week before her On behalf of the the papers were turned over to local attorney who filed the will with the county After the as attorney for the 34 filed alleging the will to be a Reagan and his partner David Lamon flew to with the will in and spoke to John the famous documents ex who had determined the 40odd Howard Hughes wills were Harris initial opinion of the Kroesche will this was ob viously written by a Then the unexpected turn of Schumann met with who explained it was a felony to forge a will in Shown a copy of the almost illegible Schumann This isnt See Page 12A Todays Weather Comal County forecast for mostly fair and mild then partly cloudy and not as cool There will be some early morning cloudiness giving way to partly cloudy skies and warmer temperatures later in the Winds will be from the southeast at 1015 mph and near 10 mph Sunset will be at sunrise Wednesday will be at Unicorns in playoffs With a convincing victory over the Unicorn volleyball team clinched second place in District 13AAAA and a spot in the postseason playoffs against SoUth San the champion of District Smithson Valley locked up the District 26AAA title by beating and now await the winner of District which has not been Page Father and Son You might think that coaching a team with your son starting at quarterback could have its inherent Canyon High head coach Troy Burcti starting quarterback Troy Burch have overcome Find out how in CLASSIFIED 68B 10A 680 TV 2A Annexation Council pushes ahead on two strips By DYAIMNE FRY Staff writer City Council members seemed amused by new rules on especially the one that requires a public hearing in the area to be an They voted to proceed with the Planning and Zoning Commissions recommendation to annex two strips along Krueger Lane and another strip along FM On the citys longrange annexation the strips are designated areas 9 and Areas 8 Krueger Lane and 12 FM 1863 can be annexed right Annexation of area 8 will extend the citys extraterritorial jurisdiction to the edge of area which will then be eligible for City planning dindor Debra ioodwin said there was no definite waiting period but that two separate council actions would be Planning and Zoning had three reasons for recommending these areas right they contain if voting which means the annexation shouldnt affect the districting plan soon to be proposed by the city Charter Review If there arent many people living on these pieces of there also isnt much That means plans for extending city services according to the new must be on file before any area is annexed wont have to be too See Page 12A Clements breaks spending record AUSTIN AP Bill Clements has outspent Democratic challenger Mark White by a more than twotoone pouring a recordsetting million into an effort to keep his job as Texas only Republican governor in over a The people of Texas are not going to sell Bill Clements the White said in a for mal statement A Clements backer said the governor attracted more than individual contributions at a per donor No candidate in any race has ever received this degree of broadbased support from the people of said Jim Clements campaign The campaign financing reports filed Tuesday left no doubt that who spent about million to get the job in is the champion fund Clements has raised including a million loan he personally Whites report showed million com pared to Clements The Democratic challenger has raised including a million loan during the reporting period that ended Bill Clements has said all along that hell spend whatever it takes to get and the un precedented amounts of money he has reported demonstrate that he intends to do exactly said The Tuesday reports were the last glimpse at campaign money until after the 2 In the lieutenant governors incumbent Democrat Bill Hobby reported million raised and about the same Republican George Strake has raised million and spent about
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