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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 12, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas r op Mitch Womble Box ItfW 755 New Braunfels Hvnald New Texas 91 220 16 Pages FRIDAY November 29 cents USPS 377880 Changing of the guard Former secret police chief to succeed Brezhnev MOSCOW AP Former KGB chief Yuri Andropov took over as head of the Soviet Communist Party today and then led the Kremlin hierarchy in paying respects to the late Leonid Andropov was named to succeed Brezhnev as general secretary of the party in a swift assumption of the nations most powerful who commanded the shadowy KGB secret police for 15 was unanimously elected general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party in a special The com mittee acted on a decision of the ruling of which Andropov is one of 12 voting The official Tass news agency said Andropov told the Central Committee after his election We know full well that imperialists will never meet ones pleas for It can be upheld only by resting upon the invincible might of the Soviet armed Andropov gave up control of the sprawling KGB secret police network last spring to take up fulltime duties in the top circle of the ruling Ob servers saw the move as an attempt to separate himself from the domestic police and foreign in telligence Andropov moved to the fore in the leadership race when he was chosen Thursday to head the com mittee arranging the funeral of the 75yearold president and Communist Party Soviet sources speculated that Andropovs chief rival for longtime Brezhnev aide Konstantin would be named president later this who died Wednesday after an 18year also held that largely ceremonial Chernenko nominated Andropov to the top party Tass It was seen as a message of After the Andropov and the other Politburo members went to the columned hall of the House of where Brezhnevs body lay in Also present was 76yearold Andrei who disappeared mysteriously from the Politburo portrait gallery for last Sundays Revolution Day witnesses But they said who for a long time was considered Brezhnevs heir stood separately from the members of the ruling Polit This appear to signal that Kirilenko is no longer a member of the Kremlin ruling Thousands of Red Army troops jammed the flag draped capital today to pay respects to The military men lined up under gray skies out side the columned hall of the House of where the body of the75yearold president and Communist Party secretary general lay in Hundreds of thousands of Soviet citizens were See Page 16 Leonid pay last respects Detective Juan Gusme inspects the recovered merchandise Two jailed on burglary charges Staff photo by Cindy Richardson At least five stereo sets stolen over the last three months were recovered when police executed a search warrant at 159 New Braunfels Detective Juan Gusme said Ruben and Johnny were arrested for burglary of a in connection with the recovered Paredez is still in while Bennett is free on a Paredez was at 159 Krueger when we ran the search and the Bennett arrest was made earlier that week on Gusme adding that the recovered items were all from burglaries within the last three Although the items were connected with at least five separate Gusme said that a lot of stolen property has not been Some of the bigger items havent been found but were still he Deer season begins Saturday Inside By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer Saturday is a day many Comal Countians have been waiting for its the opening day of deer The 1982B3 regular deer season runs from Saturday through according to newly adopted Texas Parks and Wildlife This years limit is three deer per Of these only two may be bucks and antlerless deer may be taken by permit according to wildlife Also according Parks and Wildlife bucks must have a pronged These were not the original regulations proposed for this hunting season by proposed by Parks and Commissioners Court vetoed the proposed new regulations this past summer and called for the previous years regulations to remain in As a shooting of spike bucks will be illegal this hunting Legally the court has the power and has used it in previous years to veto the Parks and Wildlife Com missions proposed hunting By using this power the court ensures that the regulations for the previous hunting season automatically remain in effect for another In June of this past the court vetoed the Parks and Wildlife Com missions proposed regulations that called for a change in antlerless deer hunting so that an antlerless deer tag would be required for either sex of It was also proposed that the definition of a buck deer be changed to mean one with hardened antlers protruding through the This change would make spike buck hunting In previous the legalization of spike buck hunting has been a sore point between the court and Parks and which contends that spike bucks are inferior animals and should not be given any special This commissioners werent as strongly opposed to the spike buck rule although still concerned about it as they were to the antlerless deer The court strongly opposed the commissions regulation concerning antlerless deer hunting which com missioners said would allow for unlimited antlerless deer The on the other See Page 16 Todays Weather Winds will take a turn to the north blowing up to 30 mph and gusty by evening and cooling things off Lake wind advisories are in Tonight will be with winds diminishing to 1015 Saturday will be fair and Title tilt New Braunfels and Hays Consolidated butt heads tonight in with the District 13AAAA cham pionship on the Canyon seeks a measure of revenge at home against the Kerrville Tivy who inflicted a 638 pasting on the Cougars last Tonights games end the regular season Shuttle Success The space shuttle Columbia performed like a champ delivering its satellite cargo into A second such delivery was scheduled for See Page Money Madness Has it gotten to the point where you dont even blink when politicians talk in terms of billions of dollars Columnist Virginia Payette has some downtoearth descriptions of just how much money theyre talking See Page 16 RELIGIOUS 5 67 TV Comfund needs your help to reach target By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer He admits hes but Comfund president John Turman still thinks Comal Countys version of the United Way will reach its Were closer than we were in but I dont mind telling you Im Turman said Were but were ahead of last and thats As of Friday Comal County Community Fund pledges totaled But Comfund secretary Suzanne Herbelin said there were still a few major industries and that the yellow return envelopes a new idea this included in bank statements and telephone were still a big The 18 agencies funded by Comfund donations are American Red Arthritis Bihl Rehabilitation Boy Scouts of Cerebral Palsy Treatment Comal County Head Comal County Mental HealthMental Retardation Comal County Senior Citizens Comal County Youth Community Service Crisis Hays County Womens Home Care of Comal Humane Society of New Braunfels Landa Recreation Lone Star Girl Scout Salvation Texas Society for Autistic and United Way of Last Comfund fell short of its goal by about So funded agencies only received 87 percent of their original The economy is not as wed like to see Tur man But that just means these agencies need the money that much And a onetime donation like this is one of the best ways to help Turman reported several Comfund board mem bers had gotten negative reactions from people when asked for because they didnt like a particular agency being That reminds me of a little story my father used to tell Turman There was this farmer and his and they broke the post hole digger while building a So the farmer asked his neighbor if he could borrow a post hole and the neighbor my cow is having a the son I dont understand what his cow having a calf had to do with us borrowing his post hole digger The farmer when someone doesnt want to loan you any old excuse will Theres no donation too or none too for that Turman The 1981 Comfund drive shut down at the first of This October was proclaimed Comfund and Turman The first of the year 1983 will be the absolute deadline for this But Im hoping to reach our goal this year by the end of And I think we can with everybodys Walesa release due Polish authorities sign papers freeing Solidarity union leader Poland AP Martial law authorities have signed the order for release of interned Solidarity chief Lech Walesa and said he will leave the remote villa where he has been held on a reliable source reported The unofficial who requested said Walesa was expected to be brought to his home in Gdansk by Sunday for a reunion with his wife and seven A government source said Walesa would leave the government resort of Arlamow in extreme southeast Poland on Saturday where he has been held 11 months and be taken directly to The an aide to a top requested Reports that Walesa had already been set free swept the capital but the Justice Ministry spokesmen denied saying it is not true that Walesa has already been Spokesmen for the Interior Ministry and the governments press office would not Walesa could be considered a free man from the moment Interior Minister Czeslaw Kiszczak ordered his release which was an nounced Wednesday by government spokesman Jerzy In announcing that Walesa would be Urban skirted a reporters question about whether the 39yearold labor leader would be forced into Walesa has not expressed his intentions to leave the but I can add that his passport is at his disposal at any Urban told foreign reporters at a nastily called news con ference Word of Walesas impending release was the latest in a string of events indicating martial law chief Wojciech Jaruzelski is now confident of control in this nation of 36 million The government and the influential Roman Catholic Church announced Monday that Pope John Paul II will pay a second visit to his homeland next On Solidaritys second bid t1 stir nationwide protests over its 8 fizzled when only about of the Polands 13 million workers reportedly attempted to Urban did not link cither development the decision to free He said Walesa offered to cooperate with the military government but added that no con ditions were put to Walesa concerning his The news spread An estimated demonstrators in Warsaw and in Krakow rallied to mark Polands reemergence as an independent state after World War I and chanted Walesa is free and Solidarity Police broke up the crowd with tear Walesas greeted news that her husband would soon join her and their seven children with a hint of If it is I will be she told The Associated Press by telephone from the couples home in the Baltic port city where Walesa helped found Solidarity during shipyard strikes in Walesa was among thousands of unionists seized when martial law was decreed and Solidarity suspended last 13 in a move to crush a wave of nationwide Hundreds of internees have since been released but Walesa remained in a government villa in near the Soviet border in southeastern Urban said Walesas release would be delayed until sometime in the next few days because of technical reasons such as different his luggage and so He said Walesa expressed a new willingness to help solve Polands problems in a letter he wrote four days ago to who is Communist Party chief and head of the military
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