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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas I11111 a fc Jfc jj i B Jamjwy 13 isls M Worth police investigate womens deaths special police task foJce J OW lhe this case is unitiue because so j top administrators of a teyorce litigating the deaths and Disappearances of five young women say more than one tuay whlle a administrator says three of the victims were members of his e head of the on task said Friday that authorities have not ruled out the possibility of one assailant But investigators consider it unlikely because of the different ways in which three of the women were killed Hogue l from both in or from the standpoint that two or three are bv ine Capt Bcn Dumas chief of I assure you all of them are not one This is my personal opinion whodunit thC investigalio a hard a regular The roster of the Broadway Baptist Church was ob tained by police Friday in their search for leads in the a church spokesman Administrator Malcom Edwards said he gave two police detectives a copy of the churchs 1610page membership All they wanted was a church and thats what I gave Edwards told the Fort Worth 1 think an obvious reason they are interested is at least three of the girls either have been directly or indirectly related to Broadway Baptist Thompson said it is only a coincidence that three of the dead women Kathryn Regina Suzanne and Lisa 20 were chruch All were residents of the affluent southwest Fort Worth area where the disappearances have taken place are taking such as buying taking selfdefense courses and contacting authorities for ad Rewards in the case total at least Police say the taskforce investigation is the most extensive effort ever conducted by Fort Worth law of a 30year police called the case the most serious set of crimes hes seen in Fort Eleven other women ages 17 to 23 have been reported missing in Fort Worth since But investigators say Widow awaits convicts execution ODESSA AP Wanda Randel Hogg says she thinks a feeling of relief will overtake her if Doyle Edward Skillern is executed for killing her a state narcotics officer who was slain more than a decade He didnt ask Pat if he wanted to be she told the Odessa which interviewed her Friday at her Odessa And if a person does they should pay for no matter who it Her first Department of Public Safety undercover narcotics agent Pat died near Beeville of a gunshot received a death sentence for his part in the which took place as Skillern and Charles negotiated a drug deal with the undercover On Skillerns attorney said the death row inmate will probably be executed as scheduled Wednesday even though who received a life sentence and is eligible for admitted pulling the District Judge Hayden Head on Friday denied a request that Skillern be allowed to live until the Supreme Court rules on another case in which Skillern is a Earlier the Texas Court of Criminal Ap peals refused to halt the execution and the state parole board refused to recommend that the governor commute Skillerns Skillern is a plaintiff in a civil suit claiming thai death by the method of execution in is cruel and unusual because the drugs used have not been certified by the Food and Drug Ad The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the The couples 22yearold Michael now a welder in said hell also be glad to hear the news of Skillerns Anybody that would take somebody elses life is as worthless as can he Dole working to adjust Social Security payments WASHINGTON AP Senate Majority Leader Robert Dole said Saturday hes seeking ways to reduce Social Security inflation increases without dragging millions of elderly Americans into Dole said Senate Republicans must be out front of any effort to tinker with the Social Security eostofliving but warned he wont walk into a bear trap that would allow Democrats to escape The Kansas Republican said any change in Social Security would need eventual Democratic support because we dont want to repeat what happened in when Republicans proposed reductions in costofliving adjustments and were vilified in subsequent election I havent said were going to do Dole added in an interview with wire service He promised basic benefits will not be Dole said the federal budget for fiscal 1988 can be voted fairly early maybe in He said a big billion to billion would have to be saved in the first year of the deficitreduction Ive got to believe the Democrats cant take a walk on he Dole also an arms reduction agreement is unlikely during the next two and said Congress should not scuttle the MX missile because such a move would make it more difficult for our there is zero chance of a tax increase this but there is a possibility of simplifying the revenue system and closing loopholes later in the that contra rebels in Nicaragua are expanding without government aid because they must have gotten hold of somebodys mailing He said a vole on resumption of assistance would be he expects Edwin Meese III to be confirmed as attorney general and believes the hearings would be finished within four Warned that farmers in his and other states will have to take our lumps like everyone else in the budget reduction effort despite a growing number of farm and rural bank Announced he would introduce the Reagan administrations version of a bill designed to overturn a Supreme Court decision that narrowed coverage of civil rights He thus placed himself at odds with the civil rights which supports a broader bill to protect the women in higher education and the elderly from Dole acknowledged he was sen sitive about studies showing that millions of Americans would become poverty statistics if the Social Security or costofliving is He said several options are under You can make certain nobody is dragged below the poverty he You dont have to take it away from or you dont have to lake it all Hut if you do then how do you treat the next group differently A study released last Thursday by economic forecasting firm in dicated that a oneyear freeze of the COLA would result in a halfmillion older mainly elderly being pushed below lie poverty line in More than three fifths of lhal halfmillion would he 72 or the study Residents support convicted sheriff DALLAS AP A parade of character witnesses appeared before a federal judge to praise Kaufman County Sheriff Roy who was convicted of a civil rights District Judge Jerry Buch who sentenced Brockaway to five years probation provided that he resign his office said the response in favor of Brockaway was the largest he had ever received in all cases he had handled except But Buchmeyer said it was the kind of messages contained in the letters asking for leniency for Brockaway that helped convince him that a stern message had to be Buchmeyer ruled that if Brockaway does not resign the sheriffs he must serve one year in You may be disappointed in the Buchmeyer but it was a fair After court sobbing relatives rushed to Brockaways A federal prosecutor was cursed outside the I cant see him resigning over said Kaufman County sheriffs deputy Jimmy who has known Brockaway for 30 I cant see the people letting him Hes done too much good for was convicted by a federal jury 7 of violating the civil rights of Timothy in October by beating him in order to obtain a confession in a theft Charges against Barrickman were later Defense attorney Doug who has called Brockway a soldier in the war on said he is not that Buchmeyer has the authority to order Brockway to resign as a condition of Mulder said he will research the question before deciding on an ap Under Texas Brockway could have remained in office even if he was imprisoned for his Residents of the seat of Kaufman also voiced sup port for who has served for more than 20 Hes been a good sheriff and he was done said Monica a clerk at a Kaufman Tony owner of a barhcque said he was more worried about he effect of the judgment on law enforcement in genera than on Hrockaway in Ono of hese we may not have any law enforcement Zaby A criminal has all tin rights and the officers have Daw owner of a drivein said Brockaway is a good but a who was prac ticing 1880s law in the This is a small and he is a small town Karls It shows the moral attitude hat tin people who put him in office Tax Return Preparation Reasonable Rates Dalrymple Schuler Elley 6258897 this case is unique because so many women disappeared in such a short All disappeared within a sixmile radius of one Four of the five which began on occurred in southwest of the Texas Christian University The bodies of two of those women have since been Police said one victim was while the other was A fifth woman disappeared Wednesday northwest of and her body was found Wednesday night along railroad tracks just west of the Fort Worth city authorities The victim was killed by one smallcaliber gunshol wound to the Dumas said the task force also has been rcvicwmp for similarities all the unsolved slayings and missingperson reports involving young women since Police had found no related cases by he Calvin a dispatching said the number of tips jumped from 20 to more than 75 a day Thursday and While most of the calls were related to burglaries and stranded Female also a target of con about 40 percent were related to the ap pearances and Wallace Thats how were going to break this some citizen giving us information that they Hitak Is Im Wallace On at least one store sold out of Its supplies of the defensive spray Mace within a few Interest n karate and other martial arts has and women have changed their shopping and travel area residents There has been a phenomenal increase in requests for said director of the police departments Comprehensive Crime Prevention You can hear for yourself all the phones In the They dont As students return to their dormitories for the start of the spring semester at they will be given a letter from Chancellor William the letter will set out the facts of what and it will caution the students to be careful in a world is less 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