New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 20, 1983

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 20, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 20, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Texas Circle K suspect jailed for robbery A 30yearold man suspect was arrested Wednesday in connection with the 14 robbery of a Circle K store at 1289 San Mike Sanchez of 1279 Gruene Loop Road was served with a warrant early Wednesday af placed under arrest and booked into the Comal County Jail under charges of aggravated Justice of the Peace Fred Stewart set bond at He had not posted bond as of press time The warrant was issued by Judge Ronald County Court It was served by Comal County Sheriffs Investigator Gilbert Villarreal Police Detective Jim City of ficers are still This particular Circle K was robbed for the second time in five weeks on A tall Latin male entered the store at showed the clerk a knife and left with an undetermined amount of Authorities thought he drove away in a maroon Oldsmobile with a white vinyl JHtoh womMe Jail Shifting gears Dredging still halted firm may aid project By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A ray of sunshine may soon break throughthe clouds over the Landa Lake channel dredging There will be no more silt taken out this Parks Director Court Thieleman said because of the weather Since dredging efforts for the channel between the main area of Landa Park and the peninsula with the circular drive have been plagued with weatherrelated Varying depths of mud on the channel bottom hampered frontend loaders pushing the silt across the channel to a gradall on the peninsula side channel The water level of the ehannel didnt drop as much as anticipated and combined with the varying mud placed the frontend loaders in danger of severe mechanical The gradall a machine with a bucket on an arm working from the peninsula side of the bank has worked Thieleman Un the gradall arm only reaches so and getting the silt from the other side of the channel to the gradall turned out to be a problem Thats much of why dredging work was halted after lunch Wednesday may have provided a ray of sunshine for the We have found a company that does this for a They have a 82ton truck crane on rubber tires with a clam bucket attached to a Thieleman The boom goes out 100 so it could reach all the way across the channel from the This company does this type of thinn cleaning out dredging channels and and even making lakes for a and they have an operator for this piece of Another attractive aspect of the new development is the cost said to be approximately half of what the city was to pay for three one Kirk and one gradall Tor two weeks rent The company lias also indicated it could complete the work in as little as five The project was from its beginning as an with a Utilities repair effort of some intake the hydroelectric To repair the the water level was dropped some 4048 A update report on the dredging project is slalcd for Monday nights City Council Thieleman New Braunfels New Texas 14 Zejtung 14 Pages THURSDAY January 1983 25 cents USPS 377880 Social Security proposal faces determined foes WASHINGTON AP The Social Security reform commissions final report on a plan to save the retirement system is arriving at the White House and the Capitol with opponents vowing to fight recommended payroll tax hikes levies on Also included in the final report due today is a strong recommendation from nine of the panels 15 members to gradually raise the retirement age from 65 to 66 in the early years of the next meaning those born in 1949 or later would have to wait an extra year to begin collecting full retirement William said Wed nesday the proposals of the National Commission on Social Security once they are understood by middle on Main Street and all over the will prompt howls of outrage and inmy judgment encourage Congress to make some significant The commissions unveiled would generate billion in new revenues or reduced expenses between now and the end of in part by higher payroll taxes and a sixmonth delay in this Julys costofliving expected to be about 5 The plan won a 123 commission vote and the endorsement of President Reagan and congressional For see Page 4 chairman of the Senate Finance Committees subcommittee on Social Security and one of the three who voted against the rescue said in a written dissent included with the panels final report that it relies too heavily on Including higher taxes account for 75 percent of the proposed deficit reduction between now and 1990 billion out of the billion Armstrong In the long the balance is even more Tax increases constitute 91 percent of the commissions total Armstrong also attacked a provision of the pact which would tax benefits going to retirees with an income of or The other commission dissenters were Bill and former Joe D Even before the final report was com mission sources who asked not to be quoted by name said a majority was recommending that the retirement age of 65 be gradually pushed up one month a year soon after the turn of the century until it 66 in the year Thaaim would be to See Page 14 Grand Jury lists 17 indictments The Comal County Grand Jury returned 17 in dictments against the same number of individuals Included in those 17 were five reindictments Richard Ross Bowen of Route Box New driving while intoxicated subsequent offense and Elizabeth Ann Smith also known as Elizabeth Ann Cook and David Frank both of 126 Thread San each indicted for burglary of a habitation with intent to commit theft two Other reindictments were Ruben Escobedo of Box for burglary of a and Mack Anthony Brunette of 2524 Landwood for aggravated Brunettes charge stems from the March 16 beating of Jack Bergfeld at his Arturo Angel Arizola of 8727 Fredericksburg San was indicted for at tempted capital murder on a peace The charge stems from a 21 in which Arizola is accused of trying to hit a Selma police officer with an Jose Joe Delgado of 2552 New was indicted for aggravated robbery with a deadly in connection with the 9 robbery of the Circle K Store on San Antonio Other indictments included Charles Martin Star Route Box Canyon burglary of a vehicle Kenneth Delong also known as Mike 804 San passing a forged prescription Pedro Romero 404 New assault with a deadly Rudy Mario 108 New burlgary of a habitation with intent to commit indecency with a child Linda 1854 New forgery by passing Marsha Gardner also known as Cathy 180 Willow theft over but less than Terry Joe Box San An burglary of a nonhabitation Paul Jay 202 Rhoades attempted indecency with a child Terry Lee Star Route Box driving while intoxicated subsequent offense and Thomas Logan 5038 Court possession of a controlled substance The Grand Jury nobilled Jon Seaux and William DEBBIE DeLOACH Winter splash Golfers Dave Brant left and Harry Young do a little fishing for golf balls in a water hazard at the Landa Park Golf Course Wednesday The two Minnesota residents were among the few players on the course as torn peratures dropped into the they told the photographer the weather felt warm to Shelter turnover Gunn named manager after Ellis terminated Nora Gunn is the new manager of the Animal Shelter Stall iholu by Cindy Hicharasw By CINDY RICHARDSON Staff writer Nora whose appointment became effective this is the third person to run the Humane Society Animal Shelter in a little over a Gunn was named manager after Tina former was Ellis is confused about the I dont know why I was she The action came after the Executive Board of the Humane Society met Monday The former manager called one of the board members to find out how the meeting had gone and was Im sorry about She was not officially notified of the action until later because she left the Shelter I may be an old country Ellis but Im no I had a feeling it was I could tell something was The first week was great everyone was thrilled with what 1 was The second week things started going Nothing was discussed with 1 just dont understand she 1 did everything by the book the way they I really loved my 1 loved those I wouldnt have done the job if 1 The lady wasnt quite qualified to fill the said Society president Ernie She was on a 90day After her months the Hoard deliberated on the matter and felt it was time to make a The Board fell it was time to do Her love for animals was Ive never been given a chance to run the 1 was never given I guarantee that 1 could have run the Shelter if I had been given 1 was really looking forward to working there and getting to know According to the January newsletter published by the Humane Kllis is a lady that has lots of experience with and shows love to them She and Nora Gunn are both well trained and doing the Shelter the typo of job we The published before Kllis was goes on to Tina is also animal i which shes doing plenty of at the I When I talked to her a few minutes she was bathing and grooming a Bernard Sir Page II banned for children in three countries Inside Sweden AP Finland and Norway have banned youngsters from the movie the smashhit fantasy tale that Swedish censors call a close encounter of the frightening The Swedish Board of Film backed by child limited audiences to those above age claiming The ExtraTerrestrial portrays adults as enemies of The official age limit in Finland is and in Nor way In the United the movie carries a rating of Parental Guidance which does not impose a strict age Danish film who restricted the Star Wars movies and most other science fiction films to those 12 and gave the green The Steven Spielberg movie shows Earthbound children giving shelter to the gawky for It has delighted millions in the United set off a Christmastime and now is sweeping countries throughout the The ban on young children from the movie here prompted some young Swedes to hit the sidewalk with protest placards to show their Away with the 11year Childrens films are made for and We want read some of the childrens picket signs in front of a major Stockholm theater where the movie opened The movies distributors say they doubt the bans See Page 14 Todays Weather Itll be with occasional drizzle or right through Temperatures should stay just above Winds today will be out of the northeast at 1015 miles per DEAR ;