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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 11, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                i ont lf 5W 1 Lai falls to Chadian rebels Chad AP Chadian Information Minister Soumaila Mahamat today admitted the fall of the northern outpost of but claimed govern ment forces continued to resist in surgents in parts of the 100square mile palm grove surrounding Our forces control the road leading west from a point seven kilometers rnilcs distant and the road leading east from a point 18 kilometers 11 miles he told At a news conference at a time when Western sources said all government resistance in Faya Largeau had Soumaila claimed that the Libyanbacked onslaught had been He declined to comment on government losses in the battle for the oasis and its civilian Western military sources said the rebels captured the town after a fierce sixhour Resistance by the roughly half the armed forces of President Hissene ceased at midday the sources the sources said other government troops recaptured the strongpoint of Oum 200 miles southeast of from rebel forces loyal to former President Goukouni 7he sources said fullscale Libyan attack involving Sovietbuilt jtt heavy artillery and tanks was launched on 500 miles north of shortly after dawn About Libyan regular troops and Chadian rebH forces were involved in the outnumbering thegovenment defenders In 21 The sources said AmTican supplied Hedeye flown to FayaIargeau last week to help back Libyan air wei withdrawn from the oasis arid taken safe government positions fart I south because the proved in difficult conditions of Chadian desert The Redeye missiles were par the million irnlit r aid package which President New Braunfels New Texas 159 Zejtung o THURSDA August 25 cents 20 Pages 2 Sections IUSPS 377 Local man shot suspect sought By PATRICIA YZNAGA KING Wire editor A New Braunfels man remains in McKenna Memorial Hospital after he was shot in the chest Wednesday afternoon during an Ricardo of Krueger was shot in the upper chest about 2 New Braunfels police The shooting occurred during an argument over a battery police The argument began at business in New police Sanchez drove to his apartment on Krueger Street and the suspect followed police A witness told police he heard inside the The suspect burst out of the went to his car and pulled out a police The suspect was driving a yellow police Sanchez followed the suspect out of the and wasd feet from him when he was police The witness to the shooting rushed Sanchez to the Bob Henry sues city With misdemeanor charges pending against him in municipal Hubert Henry has decided to take the City of New Hraunfels into federal owner of the I a Resort and some industrial and residential property south of Bavarian Village Sub filed suit Tuesday against the city for alleged violations of his civil San Antonio attorney Cecil Bain filed the complaint with the District Clerk in San and it has been placed on the docket if District Judge On the home residents of Bavarian Village Subdivision have charged Henry with five city ordinance violations in their own A municipal court clerk said Judge David Perkins would probably hear that case next The suspect got into his car and was last seen driving down Krueger police Sanchez remains in guarded condition in the in tensive care unit at McKenna Memorial Police continue to search for the In other police New Braunfels police have arrested seven persons in two unrelated incidents in An adult and four juveniles were arrested shortly before 10 Wednesday at Seguin Avenue and Highway 81 in connection with a theft at 111 Union The clerk at the store told police the suspects took three 12packs of beer and two packs of ice from the store about The suspects left the store in a 1973 red police The juveniles were returned to their The adult remains at the lockup facility at the police He has not been police Two Houston men were arrested by police early this morning after the attempted burglary of the Camp Warneke 1170 Lincoln Florida man bites snake LAKK i AP When a rattlesnake bit Arlie Waldron on the he decided to get He bit the snakes head but not before the rattler nipped him six more including once on the A canebreak rattlesnake bit the 42yearold Waldron as he started to teach his son about han dling snakes as they stood in Waldrons backyard in the pine woods of north Waldron said he set out to bite off the reptiles but the fatal chomp didnt come before Waldron had been bitten seven He was rushed from his home near Lake City to a local hospital that July and two hours later was transferred to Shands Teaching Hospital in He spent four days there before returning His head and neck swelled up like a balloon Waldron recalled in a recent interview with the Lake City Candidates air views on council issues Emerging architect Fouryearold Samuel Holm shows a knack for construction as he works diligently on a sand castle at his grandparents house at 587 Who knows Maybe Frank Lloyd Wright got his start in sand piles too By DYANNE FRY Staff writer District 1 Norman Kraft and Jose Valdemai Kspinoza kept their speeches short and Hut the differences of opinion in District 2 became apparent when City hopefuls spoke to the local Business and Professional Womens Club Wednesda Mayor Pro Tern Gerald Schaefer and his Betty Lou seem more or agreed nn what the citys problems are They tend to disagree on the Theres a tremendous amount of tax money being spent just keeping up with the unruly said Like Norman who spoke before she drew a distinc tion between unruly tourists arid the desirable sort who have been cornmt here year aftT year and respect New Braunfels just as much as the residents Schaefer contends the ounei has made some progress in crowd control over the past few years F purposes of he dndeo possible measures into three Phase he included closing off parts of and Hinman Island parks to motor traffic on the He indicated the ciU is now entente phase two Were going to be looking putting a parking lot at Prince Soli us Park in the immediate he He called attention to a new lot going in off Elizabeth which will relieve in Landa Park Phase Schaefer might include charging admission to the parks themselves Hushing had already referred to double where taxpaying residents of New Braunieis have to pas a havea picnic in their own I know that people AVhy do New Braunfels people have to pas to use the Schaefer Weve asked this question and have come back with the same ruling I and do wr Hi ive open a Instead of Hushing ates anti ipiti problems and planning ahead them Schaefer about the im pending Hnman Island Park Im provement which will include welldefined met acci points and landscaping to bank hushing said th is sort of in will be at the same puts some moriev into protecting il investment She cited the example of Prince lust Ros ter of s tree Page 3A Island When th M opene Prince Sniuis ssiis Kushnu She the that Studied the n ma Vled ar Prince ParK Le ad a that this wuid just up t Hinmai Kiarid to pa 1 the oandiiate icaied Council i Bu the present of Island she al aioig With Hinman Island Hushiiii feeK the iits should hire additnna park tai make sure thi T MO farther upstream Hushing is o eiie via the optional 4d pen hvmi tca wiiich t iui riot to grant ear IS he r I i SeeKH Page U Fourth suspect jailed in area motel robberies Inside By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer San Antonio Texas Rangers have arrested a fourth motel bandit suspect for a Kerrville while Corpus Christi authorities now have high hopes in solving the murder of a Garland man June Well be laying out our case for the district attorney and itll be his decision on the nature and number of Corpus Christi Curtis Roberts said But its 100 percent correct that all three are Roberts suspect list includes Craig Albert Bonner and Kevin all of San They were arrested by San Antonio authorities Monday and Tuesday on Comal County in connection with the May 22 motel robberies of one Gourmet Inn room and two Hill Country Inn Gunmen kicked in the told their victims to cover their heads with blankets and robbed Two of the victims were a Department of Public Safety trooper and his The troopers stolen in the has been Authorities are still looking for Kenneth named in a fourth Comal County San Antonio is his and hes got some con nections with Roberts But we still have located that and hes the key the motel bandit gang was thought to have around a dozen But Roberts That numbers more like six Weve got Bonner and Were looking for Id like to question a San Antonio and Shawn Freeman is in the Kerr County Freeman was arrested at his San Antonio residence shortly after 7 on a Kerr County warrant on charges from two similar holdups of Kerrville motels on July His bond was set at while bonds for Comal Comity Jail residents Bonner and Hill were set at Other motel holdups using the same tactics have been reported in San Johnson City and spanning over the last Corpus Christi authorities were alerted about the arrests of Bonner and in connection with the June 15 shooting death of Gabriel The 67yearold man was shot in the doorway of his Travel Lodge Motel room around 6 after a scuffle with a lone gunman at the ice Todays Weather It will be partly cloudy through with a 20 percent chance of afternoon thundershowers today and Winds will be from the southeast at 104ft Sunaet will be at 8 11 and sunriae Friday will be at Decker It Again Shei been doing K for a lonf tone in but leading Irom toflniah been the name of the game only recartly In Mary Decker did it for the third atralihtUme ainoe June M Wedneaday nifbt at the World Track and Field outkickinf a West German and twe te wia the meter final before a thronf at HelainUa Olympic Pete Regular Seeton fmto The New BraiaWeU Summer iaaketball Uaiua ojnchjde iU ref ular eeaaeo play in MM ttademy UnHtfm aiayeff Witt Tilt wiajiara will bafta play Npa COMICS CROSSWOMO DEAR KALEIDOSCOPC OPINIONS SCRAPfOOK STOCKS W6ATHCR Marina case Five suspects face charges Two Canyon Lake alerted by a recent spate of manna reportedly caught five suspects in the act between 1 and 2 Two two women and a 13yearold boy were arrested at the Cranes Mill Marina in and charged with burglary of a motor vehicle One of the Teddy Lee Copeland of Canyon was also charged with burglary of a on the basis of a warrant held by Comal County Sheriffs Investigator Rudy 1 had a warrant for his and he came to Rubin commented faces a bond for the house burglary and an additional fur the motor vehicle burglary At last he was still in the Comal County along with 20 yearold Albert Cortez of another suspect in the marina burglary Released on bond were Felicia Thieme and Andrea Lynn both and both of Boerne The juvenile was released to the custody uf his parents shortly after the Rubio says he doesnt know whether this troupe svas responsible fur burglaries Aui 1 Aug 8 at the Cranes Mil Manna were broken into on the first th1 past Monday if the fingerprints dont match it s a bet Jim Barth and Jim Post ell wouldnt beef watching so closely if it hadnt been mi UK And Hubio indicated the third one might have come off it it hadnt been tor those two men who owns a business lioking UK saw lights moving on the dock Wed nesday and went down to investigah lie i aught three of the suspects inside oiu or said Rubio Manna manager Jim whtv also overlooks the came down about the same tune and caught the other two in another part of the manna Between the both of the held them until one of the deputies could get said Rubio Fred Justice of the Peace tor Precinct set bond at for all four adults Pet 1 Justice Harold Krueger arraigned Copeland on the house burglary charge DYANNE FRY Two AIDS cases reported in Temple TEMPLE API Of the cases of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome reported in the United States over the past three 26 have occurred in Texas most of them in Dallas and San Antonio infectious disease specialist Although two of lhe cases have involved Temple one of whom chances are slight that the average Central Texan will contract the mysterious Paxton H Howard Jr of Temple said Howard said studies have shown that active homosexual men make up the largest risk group These are men that have over 60 sexual partners a year Fifty percent of their sexual contacts come in the bathhouses in New York There is a high in cidence of sexually transmitted disease common in the homosexual male because of lie said head of Scott and While Hospitals division of infectious called a news con See Page IM   

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