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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                filer op I ex t Mitch by 5 WT student killed in Friday crash on FM 306 ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer A onecar crash on FM 306 at 8 Friday took the life of a Southwest Texas State University coed and injured Twentyyearold Kellie English of Odessa was pronounced dead at the scene of the Price of was reported in satisfactory condition Saturday night at McKenna Memorial Both women were thrown from the car after it hit a rock bluff on a right hand Texas highway trooper Jon Lindley said the lost control while passing another vehicle in a nopassing She apparently tried to cut back into the right went into a spin and hit the bluff on the right The driver and passenger were ejected at that but Lindley said the car went on across the road and hit the bluff on the left The driver of the car English had been trying to pass witnessed the but was not Harrell was taken to McKenna by the Canyon Lake Emergency Medical Lindley said she had suffered kidney damage and some possible broken English was pronounced dead shortly after 9 by Justice of the Peace Harold This was the second fatality ac cident this week involving a South west Texas Laura and Kimberley loat their lives 6 in a onecar crash In Medina of Canyon was a junior education major at New Braunfels Now Texas HeraldZeituno O1 Mn OAR IA d SUNDAY December 50 cants 92 246 74 Sections USPS 377880 Ortiz handed 12year term The faces of Weston Pacharzina 63 and Kenan Ikels 14 tell clearly who won the New BraunfelsBay City semifinal bash Friday night in The speedy Black Cats laid waste to Stallphoto by John Senter the Unicorns title and now face Lubbock Estacado for 4A The rather depressing details are on By DEBBIE OeLOACH Staff writer Alfred Gonzales found guilty of possession of methamphetamine by a Comal County jury was sentenced to 12 years in the Texas Department of Corrections Ortiz was the first of over 30 persons arrested in the massive Comal County drug bust in July to be tried by a He was charged with delivery of but the jury in stead found him guilty of the lesser included offense of The jury also assessed a fine Friday against who is currently on special federal probation for intent to deliver 54 pounds of a federal probation testified that a conviction could revoke Ortiz which would mean a minimum of two years and eight months in That same two years and eight months was defense attorney Mark Clarks recommendation to the Comal County jury in closing arguments Mclntyre said that was the minimum hed Clark Its something he already Ortiz was the first of over 30 persons arrested in the massive Comal County drug bust in July to be tried by a The range of punishment up for tile jurys consideration was not less than two nor more than 20 and up to a Clark also asked the jury not to destroy the Ortiz Youre not setting an example for the community like Bill Schroeder would have you he The only ones affected will be the Ortiz Ortiz has demonstrated he can His help is needed by hit wife and By your youve said his actions were But be progressive and make the punishment fit the crime and the On the witness stand Ortiz See Page UA Cheer Fund Man of peace Walesa wins coveted Nobel Prize Norway AP The Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded the 1983 Peace Prize to Solidarity leader Lech Walesa in absentia honoring him for raising the burning torch of mans inextinguishable longing for Applause thundered through Oslo Universitys Aula Hall as Danuta her 13yearold son at her stepped to the dais to accept the medal and to read the acceptance speech in which her husband urged continued nonviolent struggle for free labor unions and human After one of the most enthusiastically received Nobel speeches in recent the crowd rose to its its rhythmic applause bringing Walesa back to the dais from her frontrow seat for a who remained at home in the Polish port of Gdansk where his nowoutlawed labor movement was listened to a broadcast of the speech with tears in his eyes and said the prize was not just for him but for all the unnamed heroes of the I do regret missing the but I could not afford to take the he told reporters in his repeating his fear that Polands Communist authorities would not have let him return if he had gone to Oslo to collect the He also said he must not leave the country while Polish activists remain in He later told a crowd of cheering supporters who attended a Mass in honor of Polands Nobel laureates that the free trade union movement would eventually I ask you for further prayers to speed up our assured the founder of the outlawed Solidarity labor federation told the crowd at Brygidas Roman Catholic Walesa heard Egil chairman of the Norwegian Nobel praise her husband as a champion of human rights dedicated to non She then went forward and accepted a blue leather box containing the Nobel gold medal and a blue leathercovered diploma recognizing his Bogdan wearing a stood at his mothers In his which Walesa read in the Solidarity leader appealed for reconciliation and respect for the dignity of The speech made few direct references to the tactics with which the Lech Walesa Polish government countered his the Soviet blocs only independent was a prisoner for 11 months after a martial law crackdown on his 10 millionmember movements activities New subdivision rules on City Council agenda Inside A new HOpage subdivision an or dinance regulating burglar alarms and another ordinance raising park fees will come before the City Council Monday The council wiU meet at in the council chamber at City A 7 executive session is scheduled before the public meeting for discussion of legal The park which covers swimming picnic and area rental is proposed for a one shot emergency so that Parks Director Court Thieleman can apply the new fees when he starts taking reservations on Council will also consider approving the sub division code on emergency but may decide to go through the customary three See Page UA Bubba Connelly due back in Texas Local attorney John Chunn got word Friday af ternoon that John Frank Connelly was on his way home to with his fouryearold in A Florida judge decided to local District Judge Fred Moores 22 declaring Texas to be the childs home and giving Frank Connelly temporary custody of who has lived with him in Texas since November child has spent the past month in Florida with his Kathryn Connelly came to Comal County on a and obtained a court order authorising her to take the boy from Ann Andy Learn and Play District Judge Robert Pfeuffer issued that order after Connelly showed him a copy of a Florida decree finalizing her divorce from Frank and giving her custody of her See MA Todays Weather va The National Weather Service is predicting inore unDecemberlikis Sunny and mild v temperatures in lower our J near W Sunrise today wiH wanted to do m the annual Canyon High talent VI I t I I I I t tti Community Sing planned on Plaza next Sunday New Braunfels residents can sing along during the second annual Holiday Community Sing at 18 at Main The program is sponsored by the Greater New Braunfels Art The council members are preparing song sheets in expectation of a bigger crowd than last years 400 Weve planned all sorts of holiday said Elizabeth chairperson of the singalong com There will be the usual of but weve also collected some that arent sung as as well as some popular Christmas time ballads and fun songs for The caroling will begin a half hour later than last year so that darkness will fall by the end of the letting those gathered enjoy the Christinas It will also last 15 minutes longer this Elliott because the one complaint we received last year was that they wanted to sing more Because of the later start and the longer the Arts Council advises people to bring a flashlight to help them see the words and a folding chair for their Police will have the downtown plasa blocked off for and no traffic will be allowed through past 5 In case of the event will be held at Seele Parish Hall on Coll But wherever we the celebration of brotherhood will be And thats what this is all said Lois president of the Arts That special feeling of oneness we all experienced last year began Christmas week tht way nothing else could   

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