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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 26, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A New Braunfels man and two San Antonians remain in jail on burglary charges today after their vehicle was chased by local officers down FM 3159 Monday at speeds Ted of 2523 Twin Oaks in New firaunfels was placed under bond by Peace Justice Harold while bond was set at each for Perry of 223 and Santiago of 515 San As of presstime all three men were still behind bars in the Comal County Sheriffs Rudy Rubio said Larry an offduty Sati Antonio became suspicious Monday after lunch he saw a 1969 yellow truck backed up to a Cafiyofi Lake Mills f esideiice owned by Ronnie He Boeffle approached the Rubio and they took off in a big The San Antonio detective then called the Sheriffs Office with the vehicles description and plate number to the Sheriffs The chase began about involving county and city Department Of Public Safety troopers and Officers reported chasing the truck down FM 3159 to Highway 46 at speeds in excess of 100 But we lost them at that point for about 20 Rubio Then Sheriffs deputy David Taylor radioed in that he had stopped the truck on Highway 281 When the trufik was stopped tHe only occupant was the About minutes Rubio said trooper Mike Heitkamp apprehended Thomas and Pacheco bfi foot on Highway 46 near Cranes Mill Rubio said three portable television a stereo cassette a microprocessor and boxes of jewelry were taken from the Startzville During the they were dumping stuff on Rubio But we recovered it all not shattered into bits and Weve dusted the property for and Crane is supposed to retrieve it sometime He added that some of the jewelry was still inside the truck when it was stopped by fhis was a good combined had officers from the Sheriffs New Bfau police San Antonio and and WUrfWStted l6l percent results with this Bond on Thomas was higher than the other fttibio because of another burglary charge against hiftl earlier this On Thomas was af rested fof his part in the burglary of a Bulvefde Hills Estates residence the day Thomas was one of three suspects caught inside the home of a Bulverde woman when she came home from The victim was reportedly offered money by Thomas to pay for the but she refused and called the Sheriffs Office Iowa square off tonight New Braunfels Wednesday December Texas 25 Cents 32 Sections Crash kills Manges pi lot MARBLE FALlS AP Federal authorities began their investigation today into what caused the crash of a twinengine plane belonging to Texas rancheroilman Clinton Manges that killed the pilot of the Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board in Fort Worth and the Federal Aviation Administration flight standards district office in San Antonio began their investigations said FAA spokesman Walter We look at such things as the certification of the the certification of the whether airport safety was Ernst The NTSB determines probable Tommy air safety specialist with the said NTSB chief investigator Warren Wandell was enroute to the where he would be studying a number of possible causes to the H will be looking at the condition of the its history and what human factors may have been in McFall The whose body was burned beyond was identified as Manges Ray of Horseshoe Bay in Llano said Dpartment of Public Safety spokesman Larry Manges told the Associated Press her husband was Were just glad to report its not Hes He called Manges said early Malou said she talked to her father by telephone from Houston almost four hours after The twinengine Cessna Conquest crashed and exploded at about Tuesday night at the Ranch northwest of Todd Todd said the 10passenger plane was identified as belonging to Manges by the crafts tail which is H said it was registered to the Clinton Manges Oil and Refining of Manges is a principal owner of the San Antonio Gunslingers of the United States Football Lague and he has banking and oil in terests in South The foreman of the ranch where the plane went down heard the plane overhead and thought it was flying too said Llano County Constable Tom He said he knew it sounded too He saw the glow on an orange glow under the said The plane came to a stop near a small clump of oak trees after skidding some 300 Hall Hall said there was no evidence to indicate there was more than one person in the plane when it He said the which was found in the was extremely bur At the time of the the area was covered by heavy fog and making visibility very dif Hall The only thing left of the left side of the plane was some a bunch of ash and some Hall Asked if there was any speculation as to what caused the Hall said There are sure as hell not any instruments left to The right wing was almost com pletely severed from which is trimmed in black and the CM brand of Manges ranch was still visible on the planes tail Inside Water Watch Cuniul Rivei Canyon Lake inflow Canyon DJIH outflow Edwards Aquifer Canyon Liku levol 194 cts Isame 255 cfs down 45 500 cfs up 24 idown 011 90022 down West Texas star Snyder is not exactly a prime breeding ground for soap opera But Brad who recently landed the leading role in General hails from that West Texas See Page 8B SMU shocked Tiny Chaminade of Hawaii pulled yet another basketball upset on knocking off previously unbeaten Southern Methodist 7170 on the final tick of the Page CLASSIFIED 58P COMICS 7C CROSSWORP Todays Weather PEARABBY It will be cloudy and cool this with a 29 percent chance of light rain or Todays lugh will reach about with tonights low dropping to Tomorrows high will be about yesterdays Wgn was 67 and this mpratogs low was The wUi set today sA md rise tomorrow at DEATHS ENTERTAINMENT 16 FOOD HOROSCOPE OPINIONS STOCKS TyuSTINGS Common sense about drinking Local policeman wages 1man war against DWI Paul Harst s slides tell the story UEHVL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG By DEBBIE DLOACH Saff writer Paul Harst deals with alcohol and its aftermath just about every but hes no Hes a New Braunfels police He started with the force in Hed seen and heard enough one year later to vow never to touch the stuff Driving and drinking is like taking a loaded pistol and shooting As police we dont go one night without going to a problem relating to Harst A lot of them are family and thats where a lot of police officers get is willing take that risk and Off he has launched a personal campaign to increase local public awareness of alcohol and its About 2a years I arrested an intoxicated 16year He had no idea where he was where hed or what he was Harst said to a group of Jaycees at a recent I called his and they were mad at me not Thats when I decided if parents dont care enough to educate their kids about I His presentation was full of eyeopening com plimented by a film on a 60 Minutes segment called Youre Under After the a slide show depicted grisly wreck scenes from local accidents over the past three There was only one alive person on those In police they call this shock I call it His original intention was to take his presentation to local high schools Now Harst has moved in on the club sharing his program with clubs and organizations at least three times a In Texas one person is killed every two hours and 17 minutes because of DWI driving while and one person is injured every two minutes and 32 Harst DPS has predicted as many as 53 persons will die over Christmas and in toxicated drivers will account for over half of those But some of Harsts statistics dealt strictly with New Braun Of those 17 years and 449 were arrested for being intoxicated in the New Braunfels area in Thirty one of those were 16 years of age or and 54 of them were charged with I see what alcohol and its so accepted There are beer busts almost every Harst The dismembered bodies youre about to see are not staged like those in Theyre Harst said his audiences always get quiet when the slide show and even quieter at See Page 8A WEATHER Hanging victim dies in San Antonio By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Mary Ruth Bell died at Monday at Humana Hospital San Antonio after her husband signed a release to take her off lifesupport Sheriff Walter Fellers also known as Debbie had been a prisoner at Comal County Jail until 19 when she attempted suicide by hanging herself with a rope made of She was found unconscious by a sheriffs deputy who had been alerted by another female We will have to send in a report to the attorney generals Fellers said because she died as a result of an incident that happened in Grote first was taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital where she was in the intensive care unit in a She never regained When her condition did not im she had been transferred to the San Antonio hospital Friday for an evaluation as a possible organ donor for a her mother Her including her had been involved before she was moved to San and agreed to donating of suicide victims kidney when the doctors completed the The 22yearold woman had been in jail for two months for a parole violation and an assault The original conviction that sent her to the penitentiary was forgery and possession of an controlled sub Texas death toll 40 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Forty people died on state high ways during the fourday Christmas holiday including one man whom authorities said was holding a liquor bottle when his body was removed from the Department of Public Safety spokesman David Wells said state officials were pleased the final count was less than the they had been predicting for the holiday traffic We beUeve increased awareness among about white intoxicated along with in creased enforcement helped keep the cowtf WgJfe Nqne of the fatalities were recorded in Comal A New Braunfels woman lied after a one car crash but that wreck may have been caused by a cerebral Troopers had to pull a liquor bottle out of the hand of one man killed in a fiery fivecar crash near Refugio during the said DPS spokesman We still know that alcohol is playing a major role in the fatalities were Todd The holiday traffic death count began at 6 CST Friday and ended at midnight Last 34 people died during a 78hour Christmas holiday and the DPS had estimated 53 would die on Texas highways this Among the reports in foe death count See Page 8A Funeral services Thursday for former Herald carrier The pause of death is pending toxicology test results at the Bexar County Medical Examiners Office ior a New Braunfels HeraldZeitung carrier who died Mary Lois of 770 Herry Place died in a Antonio hospital after her car had struck a telephone pole on Walnut Avenue for unknown reasons and flipped over earlier that She was in the middle of delivering her Sunday morning newspapers when fee onecar aMdent oc Jeffrey was taken to Memorial Hospital by New Emergency Medical Service personnel around She was transferred to Methodist Hospital in San Antonio at A Medical Examiners Office spokeswoman said Were doing a series of blood work before we can determine the cause of This usually takes from four to sw The carriers Lasca said doctors had told her Mary may have hid a massive cerebral and thats why she went up the telephone But we dont know that for Ske
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