New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 8, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 08, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 8, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Unicorns fall to Lamesa Page 6A New Braunfels 524 HeraldZcituno New Texas 49 JJF Ill March 1985 25 Cents 2 24 Pages 5 Mexicans gunned down in county By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Authorities were still searching today for at least two men in a big blue car who killed one Mexican citizen and severely wounded four others in an ganglandstyle shooting off FM1863 Thursday The dead man has been identified as Victor Serrano of San Luis He was shot twice in the neck and once in the upper and apparently bled to dead at the He was pronounced dead at Thursday at Northeast Baptist Comal County Sheriffs Investigator Kermit Kroesche said an autopsy on Serrano was set for 9 this morning in San Sheriffs Rudy Rubio said the attack occurred hours after the Mexicans illegally entered the country at Eagle Pass Thursday and rode a train to San Antonio en route to They were being transported from San Antonio by two Latin males when they were ordered out of a big blue marched into the told to lay and shot with a medium caliber Rubio All five were found by authorities within the new Beck Ranch Estates about five miles from Highway 281 A passing Bill Jones of already had two of them in the back of his truck when he flagged down Sheriffs Ed Mullins around The four transported to two San Antonio hospitals by Bracken and Spring BranchBulverde Emergency Medical Service were listed in guarded con dition after undergoing Adolpho is recovering at Nor theast Baptist with gunshot wounds to the right hand and under his The other three victims are at Medical Center Kroesche said Genaro was shot in the stabbed in the neck and had possibly suffered a Juan Jose had a gunshot wound to his and Rafael was wounded in the neck and had his throat This was meant to be an no mercy shown or Kroesche Mexican consulate officials are still trying to determine where the victims and the Immigration Service has a big interest in this Kroesche Rubio said Kroesche and Investigator George Gonzales should be able to talk to the survivors later today at the I believe the information they obtain will lead to the arrests of these he Admissible evidence Judge allows Ports patrol car statements into trial A judge has ruled that statements made by David Port to a Houston patrolwoman will be allowed as evidence at Ports murder is charged with the June 7 slaying of Houston mail carrier Debora Sue His trial began at State District Judge McMaster ruled Ports statements to officer Irma LaresSauseda on the way to the police station after his arrest on June 8 were and would be heard by the He made the ruling at 10 this and told the bailiff to have the jury at the cour thouse by 1 to begin the Judge McMaster took the ad missibilUy of all of Ports statements to police under advisement Thursday after a twoday pretrial Witnesses for the prosecution in cluded three Houston officers who said Port told them details of the slaying after his A threewoman jury chosen late Tuesday and sequestered at a local motel since Wednesday morning will now be allowed to hear statements Port made to officer Sauseda on the way to the police Patrolwoman Irma LaresSauseda testified Wednesday she was following police looking at the suspect in the cars rearview when Port just started He I dont remember everything that but I do remember walking her upstairs with my Sauseda said Port told her the carrier struggled with and she He I know I missed her many but I know I hit her at least two times maybe on the I just stood and looked at her a long Then I went I knew she was The officer then asked Port why he shot the mail She testified Port I dont I didnt even know I told him he didnt have to tell me all these Sauseda He Port also told Sauseda he wrapped the body in trash bags and put it in the trunk of his When it got he said he threw the body in a McMaster said he would review the court reporters notes to decide before the trial starts if his ad ruling will include a statement Port later made to Sauseda when they reached the police Sauseda said when she retrieved a caliber ob tained at the Port home on June from the trunk of her He asked Is that my gun I asked Do you recognize it He thats the one I used to kill The defendant also gave oral statements to patrolman Mike Waltman and a partial written statement to both officers Those will not be admissible in the murder trial under McMasters Defense attorney Jack Zim mermann argued Thursday that oral statements taken in custody have been inadmissible under Texas law for 90 Weve followed this law for so because oral statements are subject to misin P 19 DERYL CLARK Page 12A David Port up to County Weather station may go up at Canyon Lake BySANDRA JACKSON Staff writer National Weather Service officials say chances are excellent that the new radar station serving south central Texas will be moved from Hondo to Canyon At a meeting of the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce Thursday two spoksmen for the weather service told lake area business men that preliminary indications show that Startzville is the best place for the radar The two weathermen said a decision about the location would be made this fall but it might be three before the station is in After the site is land will be leased and facilities will have to be Camp north of San is also being but NWS area manager Bill Crouch said he thinks the radar station will be moved to Comal You may be pretty far up on the priority Crouch since there are so many military bases in San The location being considered is adjacent to the microwave tower on FM southwest of Canyon Crouch said that is the highest spot in Comal The new radar station will serve both the Austin and San Antonio as well as military bases in both Major con siderations for locating the weather station are lack of tall buildings or electrical interference and access to electricity and Larry supervising forecaster at the NWS forecast office in San was also present at Thursdays meeting to answer He told chamber members there was nothing they could do to assure that the station would be built at Canyon It will be a meteorological he but I feel pretty sure the hill in Startzville is where it will The along with the Federal Aviation Agency and the United States Air are updating weather forecasting facilities all over the United States and the present station at Hondo will be technologically obsolete when the new system is in It is not a good location to service Crouch People in Hondo arent happy that the radar has to be he Crouch said the people in Hondo consider the station good advertising for their Stanford Research Institute is advising the NWS on preliminary location recommendation for the and some sites such as Galveston and Corpus Christi are Crouch He expects other stations in Texas to be located in San Angelo and somewhere in the DallasFort Worth Just because the weather radar station may end up in Comal County doesnt necessarily mean the weather forecasting sttaion will be moved All you may get out of it is a piece See Page 12A Commissioners hear report on almostfinished county jail By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer The new jail will be complete in the first week in the contractor told Commissioners Court We can have the jail commission come in and inspect before then we need to get the furniture in and then you can move the prisoners David representing the contractor Hill Commissioner Monroe Wetz suggested that the public be invited to an open house of the new jail before the prisoners are The commissioners Its sort of a closed subject after Its the only time you can really show it And for the majority of our its probably the only time they will see the Wetz The commissioners also con sidered naming the building and landscaping the Dorris Brown with the Mens Garden Club has expressed an in terest in helping with the land County Judge Fred Clark His group is anxious to help on The coordination of the which the commissioners will open bids on next was of some Talbott offered to have a room cleaned up to store the fur but Clark The furniture will probably come in about the time you will be ready for Commissioners asked the architect to look again at the cost of putting in the wash rack and gasoline Tell you We could waive all the late fees in exchange for the wash rack and gasoline Clark We might be able to do it very Since the jail was supposed to be completed by even after rain days and change order days were the contractor might have to pay some penalty which in most contracts amount to a I dont believe the commissioners should charge any penalty Buddy onsite inspector for architect Chris DiStephano said in a telephone We specialize in building jails and I have been involved in 13 jail building projects and in almost every case you get behind schedule because there are only three to four manufacturers of jail equipment in the whole He explained that almost always the detention equipment holds up the other work because the companies get behind on Southern Steel was the low bidder See Page 12A Increases in Social 14 12 10 8 In percent 1975 77 79 81 83 Costofliying adjustments So cial Security recipients have received since automatic in creases tied to the Consumer Price Index began in 1975 Chicago Tribune Graphic Source Social Security Administration Social Security increases stump budget committee Inside WASHINGTON AP A politically skittish Senate Budget Committee is deadlocked over whether to cancel costofliving in creases next year for million Social Security recipients to help prune federal Committee Chairman Pete said his panel will try again next week to break the predicting that some form of benefits freeze will ultimately despite Strong Reagan ministration In a series of votes late Thursday after a stormy twohour the 22member committee Domenicis proposal to freeze benefits as well as a rival effort by Daniel Patrick D to block such a by a 129 It also a middle ground proposal by Ernest that would have given the costofliving increases only to those with earnings below the poverty Failure of Congress to act on the issue would allow next Januarys costofliving increase to take effect as as the president has The proposed freeze would cut about billion from the deficit in There are two or three people who may change their vote in favor of a freeze if they get something else they Domenici I still think theres pretty substantial Support for a Domenici also put off until next week the related question of proposed costofliving freezes for a wide range of government pension and benefit programs including those for veterans and retired federal He argued these beneficiaries should be put on the same footing with Social Security Before quitting until noon on the committee voted to reject Reagans proposal to ter minate the Legal Services adding it to a growing list of programs spared from the No Passt No Ptey Thei Slat Board of Education for a 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