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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung October 30, 1983

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 30, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas ■P«" Cougars win; Rangers fall Sports, ga TOA SWC Scores Texas 20, Tech 3 SMU 10, Texas AErM 7 Houston 28, TCU 21 Arkansas 35, Rice 0 Baylor 24, Tulane18 bobcats back in win column -sports, Page JOAThree former county residents arrested in lab raid By DAVID KING Staff writar Three former Comal County residents were arrested Thursday and charged with three offenses relating to the manufacture and distribution of methamphetamines. Walter Pardaen, special agent for the Drug Enforcement Agency of the U.S. Department of Justice, led the raid on a laboratory in rural Blanco County. Arrested at the laboratory were Judy Lee Van Ostrand, 29, and Earl Leon Van (Astrand, 29, both of Blanco. Arrested at the San Antonio International Airport was Loretta Inscore, 22. Pardaen said Inscore was boarding a flight for Los Angeles when she was arrested by DEA agents. Pardaen said the laboratory and the suspects had been under investigation since April, when the lab was located in northern Comal County near the Cypress I .ake Gardens subdivision. The three suspects lived in the Cypress I,ake Gardens area for approximately a year and a half, Pardaen added. “We were ready to pounce on it there, but they moved,” the agent said. “They moved it around mid-July, went up to Blanco.” The laboratory was located in a large portable building approximately eight miles east of Blanco. Pardaen said. “This group of individuals had been producing methamphetamines about two years,” he added. Earl Van Ostrand operated a Texaco station in Blanco and was also a lieutenant in the Blanco Volunteer Fire Department. He and the two women were taken before U.S. Magistrate Jamie Boyd in San Antonio, with Earl Van Ostrand and Inscore ordered held on $50,000 bond. Judy Van Ostrand was released on $15,000 personal recognizance bond because of a medical condition and because of her children, ages 9 and 6, Pardaen said. The charges filed were manufacture of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute and conspiracy to possess a controlled substance with intent to distribute. The agent said there may be more arrests stemming from the raid as well. We have identified three other individuals who were involved," he said. A New Braunfels Nev Braunfels, Texas Vol. 92 - No. 216 Zeituno 72 Pages — 5 Sections SUNDAY October 30,1983 50 cents UJSPS 3774801 Tighter UIL hardly touches grip U.S. troops hunt Cubans in Grenada ST. GEORGE’S. Grenada (AP) — American troopers tightened their grip on this Caribbean island Saturday, hunting down Cuban holdouts in the jungled mountains and capturing a hard-line Marxist who provoked the bloody coup that prompted the invasion. Sporadic gunfire rattled between Cuban snipers and pursuing U.S. soldiers in the lush green hills northeast of St. George's, the capital. U.S. Marines captured Deputy Prone Minister Bernard Guard. Marine Cap!. David Karcher told reporters. He said the Marines had to protect Coard and his Jamaican-born wife Phyllis from a crowd of hostile Grenadians that quickly gathered. Coard led a hard-line faction in a power struggle within the Marxist government that led to the house arrest of Prime Minister Maurice Bishop Oct. 12. bishop. 39, was freed by a mob of his supporters Oct. 19 but slain by soldiers hours later. The Marxist army commander, Gen. Hudson Austin, seized control (rf the government the next day, establishing a Military Revolutionary Council. Marines said an informant pointed out the house rn suburban St. George's where Coard was hiding and the Americans surrounded the building and ordered him out. One Marine said rifles and pistols were aimed at them from the house and Coard was told, "Come out or we’ll blow the place up.” Coard, a 39-year-old economist, his wife, their two children and another former Cabinet minister, Selwyn Strachan, then emerged, the Marines said. The prisoners were taken to nearby Queen’s Park, where witnesses said a crowd of several hundred Grenadians quickly formed and began shouting, “C is for Coard, Cuba and Communism!” and, “Give us Phyllis! We’ll deal with PhyUis! ” Marines then took the prisoners away, but Navy Vice Adm. Joseph Metcalf HI, commander of the U S. invasion force, declined to say where they were being held. He said Gen. Austin “is still on the loose,” and there were reports he I lad two Grenadian women See GRENADA, Page MA Two more Marines injured by grenade in Beirut BEIRUT, Lebanon <AP> — A rocket-propelled grenade wounded two US Marines on Saturday in the first direct attack on the Americans since bombings a week ago killed at least 229 of their comrades and 56 French paratroopers The Marines, in a company located east of the main base at Beirut airport, were hit by a 10-nunute flurry of small arms fire as well as the grenade shortly after I p in. and returned fire with small arms, a spokesman said. The spokesman, Maj. Robert Jordan, said the two Marines had slight injuries and stayed on duty. The wounded Marines belong to Alpha Company, which is deployed at the library of the lebanese University’s science center about a half-mile east of the airport on the edge of the Shute Moslem slum of Hay el-Sellum Sporadic sniper fire has peppered the Marine compound since the bombing last Sunday but none of the shooting was considered part of a direct attack Jordan said it was difficult getting a precise casualty count in the bombing of the four-story Battalion landing Team headquarters, blown up Oct 23 by a suicide terrorist driving a truck loaded with TNT “You cannot bt exact rn the number of deaths because so many bags of human remains have been taken out. Jordan said as the search continued Cape Wayne Jones, another Marine spokesman, said it would take at least two more days to complete the search. The searchers wore masks against the stench and worked with shovels and jackhammers rn the rubble of what was the first floor of the headquarters A bulldozer moved slate of concrete away. A memorial service was held at the site of wtiat once was the nine-story paratroop headquarters of the French contingent serving with the multinational peacekeeping force in Beirut. A militant band played funeral music as senior French and I * barit se army officers pi a red two flower wreaths at a small monument built on the site to commemorate the French victims A guard of honor fired 58 rifle shots rn to the air in tribute to the fallen paratroopers The bodies were flown back to France Saturday. In the hills overlooking Beirut, artillery duels rumbled between Druse gunners and See MIDEAST. Page MA Fair-weather painter Carmen Amaro paints the fence outside the home she shares with her sister Mary and father Sabmo at 790 N Central Ave. She and her sister were painting the fence local schools All the nail-biting, all the lost sleep over the University Interscholastic League's realignment of athletic districts turned out to be for naught Saturday. Canyon, Smithson Valley and New Braunfels all stayed rn the same classifications and the same districts for 1984 and 1985, with those districts changed only slightly from those used the last two years. “It doesn't really surprise me,” New Braunfels Coach Jim Streety said Saturday night. I gave up trying to outguess the UIL a jong tune ago ” About all Saturday's announcement did was allow the three local football coaches to start finalizing next year’s schedules One contest that was already set up was between Canyon and Smithson Valley The Comal 1SD schools will play the third week of the season the next two years, coaches for both schools confirmed Saturday. For Canyon, the task is to find teams to play the fourth and fifth weeks of the season The Cougars are already tentatively set to play Gonzales. which dropped from Class 4A to Class SA, and Del Valle Stat*photo bi john a sanm    New Braunfels has only one game set, with longtime rival Seguin Streety is still talking to Schertz Friday because, as she put it, “this is the best time of the Clemens, Alamo Heights, San Mar-year to paint because it s not too hot.” See CIL, Page MA MRS. LOTTIE FAUSTLottie Faust, age 101, dies Louie Faust, who lived in New Braunfels for a century and 366 days, died Friday at Colonial Manor Nursing Home Mrs. Faust, who until the last year had lived with her son Walter Faust Jr. at 170 E. San Antonio St, died at Colonial Manor Nursing Home at 2:06 p in She lived one day past her 101st birthday Mrs. Faust saw a century of change come over New Braunfels. In an interview a year ago, she recalled the first major convention to come to the city — the firemen’s convention of 1912. Mrs. Faust “quit counting” birthdays long ago, she said in that interview. She wound up outliving almost her entire family. as she is survived only by bar son, one nephew and one niece.Born on Oct. 27,1662 to Somers Valentine Pfeuffer and Thskla Weber Pfeuffer, Mrs. Faust was married to the URa Walter Faust Sr. on Fab. Ii, 1964. He died on Bapt. I, IHI. Mrs. Faust was a member of First Church of Christ, Scientist in Now Braunfels A memorial service will ba held Monday at Dneppanacbmidt Foneral Home, with cremation and interment la ftttsv at fbnait Memnriil Park. The Hie. Gregory C. Hoister af San Antonio will toad theInsideToday's Weather Skies will be cloudy this morning, partly cloudy this afternoon and cloudy again tonight A 20 percent chance of rain ii rn the Comal County forecast for this morning and tonight Highs today will be near 80, lows tonight near 60 The high Monday will be near 80. Winds both days will be from the south-southeast at IO to 15 miles per hour.Testing abuse Warning that standardized tests aren’t a “quick fiz" for education, the president of the Educational Testing Service vowed Saturday his organization will speak up more actively to make sure exams won’t be abused in the drive for better schools.Bee Pap* BABUSINESS  ........BA COMICS................•*DEAR ABBY.............2BDEATHS................TAENTERTAINMENT........BRGulf appeal? A former college professor probably will appeal his conviction on all 12 charges alleging he and four other people threatened to blow up a Gulf OU Chemical Co. refinery unless they were paid $15 million, his attorney said See Pape 16AGetting back The Reagan administration is promising retaliation for the terrorist attack that killed more than IOO Marines in Lebanon last week but is keeping the world guessing on who will be hit, with what and when See Pap* MAHOROSCOPE............BB KALEIDOSCOPE........1-6B OPINIONS..............4A SPORTS  ...........10-13A WEATHER  ..........2AThese zzzzz's are for you The lattei half of the saying “spring forward, fall back, took effect early this morning, pp we made the shift from Daylight Spyings Time to standard time Clocks should be pushed back an hour, if they re not already, to avoid showing up an hour early everywhere today. ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: October 30, 1983

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