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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 30, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas swc Texas Tech 3 Houston TCU 21 Arkansas Rice 0 Baylor Tulane 18 Bobcats back In win column Three former county residents arrested in lab raid By DAVID KING Staff writer Three former Cotnal County residents were arrested Thursday and charged with three offenses relating to the manufacture and distribution of methamphetamines Walter special agent for the Drug Enforcement Agency of the Department of led the raid on a laboratory in rural Blanco Arrested at the laboratory were Judy Iee Van and Earl Ieon Van both of Arrested at the San Antonio International Airport was Ixretta Pardaen said Inscore was boarding a flight for Los Angeles when she was arrested by DEA Pardaen said the laboratory and the suspects had been under investigation since when the lab was located in northern Comal County near the Cypress Gardens The three suspects lived in the Cypress Lake Gardens area for ap proximately a year and H Pardaen ad We were ready to pounce on it but they the agent They moved it around went up to The laboratory was located in a large portable building approximately eight miles east of Pardaen This group of individuals had been producing methamphetamines about two he Earl Van Ostrand operated a Texaco station in Blanco and was also a lieutenant in the Blanco Volunteer Fire He and the two women were taken before Magistrate Jarnie Boyd in San with Earl Van Ostrand and Inscore ordered held on Judy Van Ostrand was released on personal recognizance bond because of a medical condition and because of her ages 9 and Pardaen The charges filed were manufacture of a controlled possession of a con trolled substance with intent to distribute and conspiracy to possess a controlled substance with intent to The agent said there may be more arrests stemming from the raid as We have identified three other individuals who were he New Braunfels New Texas HeraldZeitung I 216 T SUNDAY October 50 cents 216 72 Pages 5 Sections USPS 377880 Tighter grip troops hunt Cubans in Grenada Grenada AP American troopers tightened their grip on this Caribbean island hunting down Cuban holdouts in the jungled mountains and capturing a hardline Marxist who provoked the bloody coup that promp ted the Sporadic gunfire rattled between Cuban snipers and pursuing soldiers in the lush green hills northeast of the Marines captured Deputy Prime Minister Bernard Marine David Karcher told He said the Marines had to protect Coard and his Jamaicanborn wife Phyllis from a crowd of hostile Grenadians that quickly Coard led a hardline faction in a power struggle within the Marxist government that led to the house arrest of Prime Minister Maurice Bishop was freed by a mob of his supporters 19 but slain by soldiers hours The Marxist army Hudson seized control of the government the next establishing a Military Revolutionary Marines said an informant pointed out the house in suburban Georges where Coard was hiding and the Americans surrounded the building and ordered him One Marine said rifles and pistols were aimed at them from the house and Coard was Come out or well blow the place a 39yearold his their two children and another former Cabinet Selwyn then the Marines The prisoners were taken to nearby Queens where witnesses said a crowd of several hundred Grenadians quickly formed and began C is for Cuba and Communism Give us Phyllis Well deal with Phyllis Marines then took the prisoners but Navy Vice Joseph Metcalf commander of the invasion declined to say where they were being He said Austin is still on the and there were reports he had two Grenadian women See Page 1CA Fairweather painter Staffphutu j Carmen Amaro paints the fence outside the home she shares with her sister Mary and father Sabino at 790 Central She and her sister were painting the fence Friday as she put this is the best time of the year to paint because its not too UIL hardly touches local schools All the all the lost sleep over the University Interscholastic Leagues realignment of athletic districts tunred out to be for naught Smithson Valley and New Braunfels all stayed in the same classifications and the same districts for 1984 and with those districts changed only slightly from those used the last two It doesnt really surprise New Braunfels Coach Jim Streety said Saturday I gave up trying to outguess the UILaiong tune About al Saturdays announcement did was allow the three local football coaches to start finalizing next years One contest that was already set up was between Canyon and Smithson Valley The Comal ISO schools will play the third week of the season the next two coaches for both schools confirmed For the task is to find learns to play the fourth and fifth weeks of the The Cougars are already tentatively set to play Gon which dropped from Class 4A to and Del New Kraunfels has only one game with longtime rival Street is still talking to Schertz Alamo San Mar See Page Two more Marines injured by grenade in Beirut Lebanon AP A rocket propelled grenade wounded two Marines on Saturday in the first direct at tack on the Americans since bombings a week ago killed at least 229 of their comrades and 58 French The in a company located east of the main base at Beirut were hit by a 10minute flurry of small arms fire as well as the grenade shortly after 1 and returned fire with small a spokesman The Robert said the two Marines had slight injuries and stayed on The wounded Marines belong to Alpha which is deployed at the library of the Universitys science center about a halfmile east of the airport on the edge of the Shiite Moslem slum of Hay el Sporadic sniper fire has peppered the Marine compound since the bombing last Sunday but none of the shooting was con sidered part of a direct Jordan said it was difficult getting a precise casualty count in the bombing of the fourstory Battalion Landing Team blown up 23 by a suicide terrorist driving a truck loaded with You cannot be exact in the number of deaths because so many bags of human remains have been taken Jordan said as the search Wayne another Marine said it would take at least two more days to complete the The searchers wore masks against the stench and worked with shovels and jackhammers in the rubble of what was the first floor of the A bulldozer moved slabs of concrete A memorial service was held at the site of what once was the ninestory paratroop headquarters of the French contingent serving with the multinational peacekeeping force in A military band played funeral music as senior French and Ixbantse army officers placed two flower wreaths at a small monument built on the site to commemorate the French A guard of honor fired 58 rifle shots into the air in tribute to the fallen The bodies were flown back to France In the lulls overlooking artillery duels rumbled between Druse gunners and Set Page ISA LOTTIE FAUST Lottie age dies Lottie who lived in New Braunfels for a century and 366 died Friday at Colonial Manor Nursing who until the last year had lived with her son Walter Faust at 170 San Antonio died at Colonial Manor Nursing Home at She lived one day past her 101st Faust saw a century of change come over New In an interview a year she recalled the first major convention to come to the city the firemens convention of Faiut quit counting birthdays long she said in that She wound up outliving almost her entire as she is survived only by her one nephew and one Born on to Sonters Valentine Pfeuffer and TheUa Weber Faust was married to the late Walter Faust Sr on He died on Pawl waa a member of First Church of to New A Mrvtoa will be held Monday at esmMt FiMeral with cremation and to faUav at tetatt Memorial The Inside Todays Weather Skies will be cloudy this partly cloudy this afternoon and cloudy again A 20 percent chance of rain is in the Comal County forecast for this morning and tonight Highs today will be near lows tonight near The high Monday will be near Winds both days will be from the south southeast at 10 to 15 miles per Testing abuse Warning that standardized tests arent a quick fit for the president of the Educational Testing Service vowed Saturday his organization will speak up more actively to make sure exams wont be abused in the drive for better SM Page 6A BUSINESS DEAR Gulf 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 Oil Chemical refinery unless they were paid his attorney Page ISA Getting back The Reagan administration is promising retaliation for the terrorist attack that killed more than 900 Marines in Lebanon last week but is keeping the world guessing on who will be with what and when See Page 14A KALEIDOSCOPE 168 SPORTS 1013A WiATHER 2A These zzzzzs are for you The latter half of the saying spring tall took effect early this w we made the shift from Daylight Savings Time to standard Clocks should be puahad back an if they re not to avoid showing up an hour early everywhere
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