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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 28, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Suicide ruling 1U Lift Seguin man stabbed himself to ByDIBBIIDaLOACH ttaff writer Place Justice Harold Krueger has ruled the Tuesday death of a Seguin who was found with 26 a The body of Jim was found Tuesday night lying in the driveway of the Fountain He died over an hour later at McKenna Memorial Krueger said Friday his suicide ruling was based on facts from Travis County Medical Examiner Roberto and subsequent investigation by the New Braunfels Police Departnents Criminal Investigation Theres no doubt connected with my Krueger His cirrhosis of the liver was in the advanced He Roy probably had about two more months to Police also discovered Roy had paid for his burial plot in Ouadalupe Valley Memorial Park Tuesday His body was found about six hours later in the motel Of the Bayardos report stated only 12 hit vital Police detective Juan Gusme has identified those organs as the liver and Police FeUx Roque said there were no defensive wounds or no obvious restraint bruises on Roys and no evidence of a struggle could be The only question remaining in this bizarre case should be answered in about two Krueger By I should have the laboratory test results from Bayardos which should be able to show if Roy was intoxicated or under the influence of any drugs at the time of his 5 Police arrest trio after service station theft By DORIAN MARTIN Staff Two men and one woman have been charged with misdemeanor theft after money was taken from a gas station Thursday Charles T and Nanetta all of San have been charged with taking from an Fxxon ser vice station at Seguin Avenue and the In terstate access Police I Felix said One member of the trio allegedly distracted the gas station clerk while another took the according to Roque The trio then entered a maroon and white Oldsrnobiie and headed down Interstate J5 toward San Three law officers pursued the vehicle down the Roque said The officers stopped the car near the Patio Roque said the officers covered the which had been thrown out of the car New Braunfels Ntw Texas 215 Zejtung FRIDAY October 1983 25 cents 22 Pages 2 Sections USPS 377880 Cubans continue fight in Grenada POINT Grenada AP invasion forces battled Cuban and Grenadian soldiers today in the mountains around the capital of Georges and between the islands two American officials Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger predicted resistance would continue because the Cuban soldiers do not seem to have any communication with Cuba and have not yet apparently heard that theyve been ordered to cease There were three or four small pockets of resistance and the fighting does continue to eliminate Weinberger told the CBS Morning News today in an interview from Some of the fighting is in the hills along the road between the two he Eight troops were reported eight were missing and 39 were wounded in the the Pentagon said No Grenadians were known to have officials and the number of Cuban casualties was not nor was the number of Cubans still When the United States invaded this Marxistruled nation about miles southeast of Florida on officials estimated the Cuban presence at Now officials say the figure was closer to The stated purpose of the invasion was to rescue as many as Americans trapped by last weeks bloody Asked why the United States didnt know how large the Cuban buildup Wein berger I suppose because it was carried on clandestinely and we dont have any representation on the We did not have any way of really determining Late artillery pounded Cuban positions in the hills overlooking the captured airfield where American troops seized Soviet and Cuban arms on the southern tip of the An undetermined number of extra troops arrived bolstering the force of Marines and Army Rangers already on the smallest nation in See Page 12A Extra Sleep Due The latter half of the saying spring fall back takes effect Sunday as we make the shift from Daylight Savings Time to standard Clocks should be pushed back an hour Saturday night to avoid showing up an hour early everywhere Body search continues despite sniper fire Police chief Burney Boeck inspects the recovered merchandise Lebanon AP Un deterred by sniper searchers today reached the basement of the bombdevastated Marine post at Beiruts international The Pentagon put the American death toll at Marine spokesman Robert Jordan said the base took some sporadic sniper fire during the night that caused no lie said the Marines did not fire Jordan said the sniping from southeast of the base did not interrupt the roundtheclock search through the rubble of the Marine command shattered by a suicide terrorists truck bomb We are still working 24 hours a he They the searchers are now working on the rubble of the first floor and He said it would be at least another full day before he would be sure the Marines have been through the entire Searchers also were digging for two missing Frenchmen in the ruins of a ninestory apartment building that had been headquarters of a French paratroop company in a Beiruts seafront residential Frances Defense Ministry said the French casualty toll was 56 killed and 15 Jordan said today that of the See Page 12 A Checkmate Woman arrested in shopping spree A New Braunfels woman was released on bond Thursday afternoon after being charged with felony Sundra Pearson allegedly went on a shopping spree Thursday morning writing checks on an ac count at Guaranty State Bank she had closed out hours She wrote checks for over in merchandise before spotted by Her bond was set at by Municipal Court Judge David A Comal County Sheriffs Office spokeswoman said Friday she had been released from custody Thursday The bank got wind of what she was domt when a store owner called to the Since she had reported her checks missing and closed out her Guaranty told the store owner it might be a Felix Roque said The list of stores where Pearson told officers she had written checks included several convenience Payless Gibsons Shoe and Police were alerted to the womans physical and she was Roque The merchandise Shown was recovered from her DEBBIE DeLOACH Hot afternoon Aided by an area New Braunfels firefighters battle a grass fire along the Missouri KansasTexas railroad tracks Thursday af The fire was contained after burning several spots near the intersection of FM 482 and Krueger SUttphoto by John Stnltt Utilities getting raw deal from LCRA Sohn New Braunfels Utilities U getting the stoort end of UM flick front the Lower Colorado River Authority Iteti vay UttUttM MMWfw Bob Solw awi hu InMlaM aat tkt thty UUM4 about rate Tburtdays Utilities UM hotter they gat ovar Ntoil oniritirrIB Saa San Saba and Sohn explained 1 dont know when it but I know it was far back as The point is that industrial customers in these cities buy their power from LCRA cheaper than all other including And thats not be He gave an Lets take San because thats our main A typical iaduatry there might pay a month far power from white NBU s cost as a LCRA customer might turn out to be more than Sohn adding that the average difference was in the neighborhood of IS That hurts when it comes to competition for in Sohn said several industries had already been lost to San but he declined to give any See Page 12A Workshop held by Comal ISO It was a positive suggestion taken to and it worked An area school board workshop sponsored Comal ISD came off without a hitch at Frazier Elementary Wednesday Over 40 representatives from at least seven surrounding school districts Board members from New Marion and Drip ping Springs school districts enjoyed the first workshop so much that NB1SD Charles Bradberry has already offered to host the next The workshop suggested as a type of inservice for board was one of many recommendations from a CISD 11member Advisory Committee CISD board members approved the setting the gears in motion But Edgar Willheun said Thursday My secretary Carolyn i Patman did all the work Ciuesl speakers were Tesas Association of School Boards iTASBi executive director Orby Holden and David Thompson with the legal division We have new students terms Texas schools every year There are a lot of changes coming in and we gotta be ready for See Page 1ZA Inside A 1 A Comal Count forecast calls for partly cloudy this becoming increasing cloudy tonight and Saturday The high todav will be in the upper 70s with southeast winds at 1015 miles per hour Tonights low will be in the upper Ws with light winds Critics speak President Reagan won praise from congressional supporters for declaring that troops in and Grenada are needed to protect But critics sttid he ignored questions of whether the risk is Page 10A CLASSIFIED 3 SB COMICS 2B CROSSWORD 2B DEAR ABBY 3A ENTERTAINMENT iA HOROSCOPE 3A OPINIONS 4A RELIGIOUS FOCUS SPORTS 67A 12A TV LISTINGS 28 WEATHER 2A
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