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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                270 Baseball scores Rangers Brewers 1 Astros Braves 1 NBA scores Nuggets 111 Blazers Mavs 121 OT Local man charged with murder after body found By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer A local man aquitted in a murder trial last August has been charged in the shooting death of a man whose body was found Saturday Ramon Amaro of 2091 Michigan was arrested around Saturday for the murder of Jesse of 103 whose body was found only 14 hours Hernandez was found shot six times by what appeared to be a caliber pistol in the back around Saturday on Wegner Road in the Royal Forest sub Rudy Rubio with the Comal County Sheriffs Department Sheriff investigator Kermit Kroesche and city police had helped in the Amaro was arraigned before Justice of the Peace Harold who set bond at At press time Amaro was still in The victim was found within 15 feet of the road by a man on his way to fish in the area 12 miles north of New Hernandez was pronounced dead by Justice of the Peace Howard Curly Smith who ordered an Roberto medical examiner for Travis is conducting the See Page 12A flrboretum opens soon Olive branch Chamber seek better relationship City and Chamber of Conunerce leaders got together last month and talked about New Braunfels This is a tremendous said Mayor Barbara I sense a more cooperative kind of feeling Nobody can stand another year like last and there were many innovative ideas mentioned at that Bill the chambers executive vice president since March is enthusiastic about the plans for the You hear a lot of stories when youre new and my job is to filter through all of that and determine whats the Im enthused about a working Warner In my things are going in the right direction to accomplish Warner has a philosophy for the relationship among The city working by itself can be he The county working by itself can be ef and the chamber working by itself can be But with cooperation among all three and a hardworking if you can get that to you can have super ac The threehour lunch was attended by City Manager Joe City At torney Barry Bill Chamber President John Immediate Past President Robert PresidentElect John and auditor David I think it was a positive Michie It laid to rest accusations that people have that the city and the chamber fight all the We had such a lousy summer last year and everybody was so uptight the visitors and the chamber and were all trying to have a good Michie Among the the city manager were the contract for distribution of the hotelmotel room tax and the things the chamber is doing with that money and for better utilization and promotion of the Civic Michie said the chamber is going to take a more active role in managing the cityowned Civic Other Warner were the chambers plans for a fulltime convention visitor manager or director with the hopes that person can sit down and develop a year round program of promoting New Braun There were other Warner One is a taped perhaps a list of things that happen that weekend to help visitors and residents be better The group also talked about a promotion program to attract visitors here during the winter During the when we have all the hotels and motels are literally filled and you dont have room for convention Warner during the summer maybe we can work on for the rest of the year except DANASTELL New Braunfels Herald New Texas Sunday April 50 Cents 54 Sections The horror of Dachau Surrounded by the Dachau survivors eat Americansent food in this photo in Kloeppers book Local man says hell never forget By DANASTELL Staff writer After his trip to Germany next President Reagan will have something in common with a local World War II veteran both will have visited a Nazi death But there the similarity Reagans visit will come 40 years after the Eugene Kloepper was among the American soldiers who liberated Dachau in and he saw firsthand what had been going on inside the walls of one of Nazi Germanys largest concentration scheduled to visit West Germany in plans to visit a cemetery where SS soldiers are That visit has touched off so much Reagan now also plans to visit the site of a concentration camp at BergenBelsen as Kloepper was a 20yearold combat medic when his 42nd Rainbow 222nd Infantry along with the 232nd and 242nd infantries advanced toward Munich that On the way Kloepper the group stumbled upon the South Germany city of where one of the largest Nazi concentration camps was Dachau SS guards had shot thousands of prisoners and killed thousands more in gas about prisoners greeted the Americans who entered their I can remember it as clear as walking down there right said a thin Eugene Kloepper man with thick gray hair and large When we were we just realize what this thing he We thought it was just another It was so you couldnt smell the And it was a killing The year was 1945 and including medics such as had heard rumors about the existence of concentration but never imagined the horror It took a while to soak Kloepper See Page 12A Death toll 51 in Pakistan riots Pakistan AP New violence hit Karachi on Saturday where ethnic street brawls and battles with security forces have killed 51 people and seriously wounded 250 in six Mobs of youths hurled rocks at police and then were driven off with tear gas and baton police Two people were stabbed to death in clashes between ethnic bringing the toll since Monday to according to medical and civil government The violence in this city of 7 Pakistans biggest began Monday with a bus accident that killed two young Police said youths on Saturday defied a 24 hour curfew to battle security forces in several parts of the citys west Authorities called for New fighting between ethnic groups was reported in a dingy area known as Orangi when authorities relaxed the curfew for two hours so people could buy Besides the two stabbing at least six were according to doctors at Abassi Doctors at city hospitals reported earlier in the day that five bodies from fighting on Friday had been brought Military authorities immediately reim posed the curfew and armored trucks bearing heavily armed soldiers sped into trouble There were reports that the death toll could be much higher than thought because of people not reporting killings of family members to avoid a police The martial law government of President Mohammed Zia ulHaq ordered troops into Karachi on KHY3ER PASS Land AFGHANISTAN KOta Islamabad NORTHWEST FRONTIER PROVINCE PAKISTAN Arabian Tribune Map Orangi Town has been the scene of the worst rioting during the past six Members of rival ethnic groups fought in the streets with knives and Doctors at local hospitals said more than 20 people have been butchered with Orangi Town consists mainly of cramped hovels made of mud The poorest residents live in ragged tents made from old sacking draped on Mounds of rubbish litter the The riots began Monday after a speeding bus racing a vehicle from a rival company went out of control and hit a group of women college Students poured into the demanding the driver be When police tried to disperse they and others joined Chinese crack down on smut PEKING AP China under new regulations published pornographic aphrodisiacs and obscene materials that poison peoples The State Council which appeared in all leading follows official complaints that pornography is now readily available in Canton and other Chinese According to the Chinese smuggled and homeproduced obscene videos and films are being shown to paying audiences and racy publications are Salacious materials poisoning peoples minds and causing crimes are extremely the ruling To protect the mental health of the people and especially safeguard social harmony and ensure smooth progress in socialist various kinds of salacious material must be strictly Effective the duplication and distribution of obscene material is The ban covers magazines and pictures that specifically portray sexual behavior or publicize pornographic and See Page 3A Inside Inmates transcribing confidential report says SAN ANTONIO AP Texas prison inmates are used routinely to transcribe confidential information health and financial data about millions of the San Antonio ExpressNews reported in its Sunday The who make up a typing transcribe records from state and locall agencies and other govern ment The information is either typed onto a computer disc or reproduced on The forprofit typing pool grossed the corrections department million in 1983 while saving tax payers the ExpressNews About inmates at four prison units are involved in the They have access to drivers license secondary school student grade teacher certification police arrest vehicle registrations and tax information and mental health Officials of the Texas Department of Corrections say they have imposed strict security measures to make sure the inmates do not misuse the information they James who has worked 14 years in the prison records con version said security is Our theory is that its safer here than it is at a private business because we can search our inmates as they go in and he said Everytime an inmate leaves he is searched and that is the See Page 12A Water Watch Comal River cfs same Canyon inflow cfs up 176 Canyon Dam outflow cfs same Edwards up Canyon Lake down Todays Weather A 20 percent chance of rain will remain in the forecast through Otherwise under cloudy skies the temperatures should reach the mid80s and drop to the upperSOs Saturdays high was 84 and the low was Sunset will be at New Braunfels boys gave the Kerrville Tivy Antlers a run for their money but came up short at the District 174A track Page 5A BUSINESS CLASSIFIED 312C COMICS 6B CROSSWORD 1C DEARABBY 4B DEATHS 3A HOROSCOPE 3A OPINIONS PUBUC RECORDS 11A SPORTS 79A 3A   

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