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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 9, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas I i r n t i i I rr 7 3 Unicorns roll Canyon fell Oklahoma 18 TCUHRtoa3 Texaa A8M Houston 7 SMU Baylor 26 New Mexico 10 Arkeneea Phillies in World Series DPS sergeant gets praise from captain ttoffwthef After three Safety James days of critical irtment of Public Holder got a compliment Friday from his I have nine sergeants under and Id rate Holder Gilmore teattfled in an injunction hearing that began last Presiding Judge Robert Pfeuffer will either dissolve or extend a reetralninf order on a Rockport transfer for trooper Robert Butter at the hearings That didnt come and the occasion for fetthnony that has amused some and dtoguated many will stert back up at 9 Butter Is fighting Ma transfer because he believes it to be punitive in and not for the food of the aa maintained by his Gilmores testimony Friday may of the heat off The captain aaid when Batter transferred from I wasnt for But Holder persuaded he could make a food trooper out of so I went Do you think he Holder made an accurate aaoaaament Assistant Attorney General Reed Lockhoof I think he overestimated his Gilmore Butter would be better off in another area where he could regroup and start Testimony has accused Holder of keeping files on his Thats my Gilmore Butter has also blamed Holder for his removal from the DPS pistol That was done at my Gilmore To be on that team is an honor for good shooters and model I did not want Butler representing the Defense attorney Harris Batter asked Gilmore if he allowed his sergeants to go get haircuts in their state Im telling yon that I wouldnt place a great deal of em phasis if I found someone doing the captain Fred Precinct 3 peace related to the court how Butter had lost all credibility In Ms The conversation involved Constable Lester Jonas being no billed by a ComaJ County Grand He aaid something an Jonas wouldnt have beat that rap tf he hadnt hired I aaid I didnt appreciate remarks like that from a man in enttorm especially since Jonas waant represented by Stewart After that epiaode end one other where Butter faMfted New Braunfels Herald New Texas 70 Sections See Page 12A SUNDAY 50 cents USPS 377880 Game dedicated to injured girl By PATRICIA YZNAQA KING and DAVID KING Staff writers New Braunfels senior Julie Clonts remains critical but stable condition in a San Antonio hospital Saturday after a prebonfire accident Thursday Clonts suffered multiple skull fractures when she and a pile of brush were blown off the The bonfire was canceled because of the New Braunfels High School students were stunned at the news of the were back in class traditionally a free day for New Braunfels ISD Charles Bradberry said school officials felt it was better for students to be on campus that New Braunfels High Scnool Prin cipal John Turman said Friday morning that although still shaken at the the students seem to be settling Were all praying for he Clonts was not forgotten Friday night by her The football team dedicated the game to and had a football with Homecoming 1983 painted on it to autograph for her in the locker room after the The pregame prayer mentioned and also announced that the homecoming activities and the game after the dance at the high school were dedicated in her There was a paper banner in the hall at the high school with We love you Julie get weD soon written on People at the school hid been She was the topic of conversation at the with coaches and parents asking about her Some coaches said that although her in juries were doctors were impressed with her She was on everyones mind homecoming New Junior Miss Barbara May registers her disbelief after being named New Braunfels Junior Miss at the Civic Center Saturday a New Braunfels High School advances to the state to be held here in Related Page deputies in lawsuit Comal County Sheriff Walter Fellers and several deputies have been named in a million lawsuit filed by a New Braunfels family claiming false arrest and Filed in District Court the suit alleges that three unidentified Comal County deputies and jailed four members of the Bendele family last October without probable cause or Brothers Bill and Robert Bendele and Georges pregnant wife were charged with either driving while intoxicated or resisting The suit states the charges were later The suit also claims all four were physically assaulted after their with Bill suffering a con cussion and heart Each Bendele family member seeks compensation for alleged injuries and punitive damages Bill filed for Robert for and George and his wife for The suit also alleges that other See Page 12A City building permits hit new high for 1983 By DYANNE FRY Staff writer Dan a new building inspector at City got to sit down for a few Friday But he didnt say he wai caught Do you get the feeling theyre building something on every square inch of this city he asked clerk Rebecca Montrose is new to the but he may be Buildingpermit totals for the month of September were higher than theyve been in any previous month this The bottom line was Projects on the books in clude a million addition to New Braunfels National Bank a new million hotel and over million in residential January was the nextbest month in with permits totalling July was the biggest summer with just under million in construction August permits totaled only McKenna Memorial whose massive additioninprogreas is still the biggest building project in is on the books again with a related Work is being done by Kenaing Custom Guido Brothers are working for New Braunfels National which is expanding into the former Poor Boy grocery store next door on north Marvin Haas is the contractor for the Comfort a ISOunit complex going up near McDonalds at 1900IH 35 Three local physicians have contracted with Clearwater Construction to build a office building on north Union New residential starts totaled last and it was all in singlefamily There were 30 of them with no duplexes or multifamily units Seventyfour residential additions brought the total up another One addition on Kerlick Avenue is worth in The new houses are going up in twos and There are five in progress on Sun dance three of which are owned and built by First American Leland Seidel has the other two building one for Henry and Jean Prochazka and the other for Melvin The First American Homes were registered at The Seidel projects went down as At 916 Hideaway in the same James Johnson is building a Kirkwood Construction has two houses going up in the 1300 block of Patio one in the range and the other in the Dan Hitz felder is building a home at 1424 Pams Southwest Solar Homes has two jobs at 1425 and 1508 Pams On the other side of the Balcones nouses are going up on Amber Arc and Acorn all in the Contractors for those projects are Michael Cleburn Caddell and Louis NltR Schultz have a job going at 1186 Moon Glenn Hitxfelder is building at 1387 River a home whose construction cost is estimated at The same price was put on another house at 1412 where McDonald Construction is the con Other residential projects started last month include a home at 920 undertaken by Adams Construction Company a home built by Jerome Norris at IMS Heather and a school project for the New Braunfels High School binding trades also on Chinese to purge followers of Mao PEKING AP Chinese leaders will purge at least 3 million of the Communist Partys 40 million members in a reregistration cam paifn aimed at expelling adherents to the tote Chairman Mao Taetungs radical diplomatic sources aaid The who requested said they have in that the partys in on in order to la a purge ex Maos an radical clique known aa the Gang of including Maos wife Jiang In contrast to Deng haa allowed peasants to engage in United private invited foreifnera to invest in reinatttuted ap titude testing in shifted the economic to consumer goods and made staterun industry more accountable for profit and These changes have angered party members who adhere to Maos of el a to rid to of to the pattoUe at af these mamheni ware abet tojete KM party during the IMVM Cetera Inside Weether B should cool off abtt today with mostty cloudy Theao ckwdy sties will stick around S with the probability of rain to percent tonight and U be fra to east to northeast at today today is only expected to reach the upper with a tow tonight new and a officiate aay they wiU tell them whether to aarttea of rural road ajo by a atattili whtea Stoking Power struggle Prison board seeks control of TDC AUSTIN AP The Ettelle era is over at the Texas Department of and the prison board made it clear Saturday that the new state prison director will not wield the clout that EateUe In a 900word statement issued from the board said it would exercise more complete and direct control of all operations of the in counterpoint to board chairman Robert Gunns laudatory remarks about Estelle on the Saturday statement acknowledged there were problems that leave the board with no alternative but to adopt a new plan for operating the depart In what insiders said was a forced EateUe stepped down He will stay on the state payroll through a date GUM aaid Fiirttilt Mtialy had Dirked for his resignation House Uw Enforcement Committee fhatnnaa Ray said the earlier resignation date was symbolic of the nine member boards plaa to wrest control back from the TDC Keller aaid board members had nravtoaaly fallen under Ike direction of a cheriMutk director to Katolk Attorney General beard ia icrittdiedasanibeeratemp The board statement promises change Recent disclosure of financial and construction management deteriorating com munications with the legislature and state and unfavorable reports of noncompUance in the Ruis Estelle litigation leave the board with no alternative but to adopt a new plan for operating the department to ensure greater fiscal restore credibility with all state improve relations with the office of the apodal and increase the effort of TDC to provide inmates with greater opportunities for education and the beard who told GUM he was ttred of being the lightning rod that attracted criticism for the priaona was uMvailable for comment Saturday A hnuaaksapsr at his steleowned home in HuetevUleaaMBewaseetfertiMday TDC lawyers toond the Rda lawauit ia a federal VtaceatNelhaato U a recently at apodal Heater l
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