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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 5, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                410 M053 MICROPLEX MITCH WOMBLE BOX 45436 TX 75245 273 7 earn state berths in regional track Texas Baseball Indians Rangers 1 Phillies Astros 5 13 innings By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A change of venue motion has been filed on behalf of Rodolfo Baiza a capital murder suspect jailed here without His John Chunn and Mark filed the motion 0 SportSfpage8A 13 innings VSggi suspects attorneys seek to move trial stating Hernandez the March 7 ganglandstyle shootings The other capital murder suspect The exposure to such the consciousness of would be unable to receive a fair and of five Mexican nationals off FM in custody here is Jesse publicity has created a hostile whelming majority of i imnnrtlnl trial in flnmnl fViiinrv Pnnr nt tVm c J stating Hernandez would be unable to receive a fair and impartial trial in Comal Affadavits signed by Jose Espinoza and Aguinaldo Zamora were filed Friday to support that Hernandez is one of two San An tonio men charged in connection with the March 7 ganglandstyle shootings of five Mexican nationals off FM Four of the victims but Victor Manuel Serrano of San Lois was fatally An autopsy showed Cervan had been shot twice in the and once in the upper chest and the The other capital murder suspect in custody here is Jesse of San Albert one of his three San Antonio at Albert indicated Thursday a change of venue motion was also in the works for his Hernandez motion to have his trial moved away from New Braunfels The exposure to such publicity has created a hostile community such that a jury in Comal County could not impartially evaluate the The publicity involved has been great in volume and its accessibility the motion It the publicity reached and entered the consciousness of the over whelming majority of prospective Comal County The motion also states that the countys MexicanAmerican population has historically suffered from and continues to suffer from See Page 11A Spend A Buck wins Kentucky Derby Page 8A New Braunfels Herald New Texas 89 Sunday May 50 Cents 60 Sections In the right place Neighbors call helps stop fire Thanks to the alertness of a neighbor early Saturday a house fire at 1331 Carnation damaged only the kitchen while the family was The a onestory structure owned and occupied by Donald John and his was empty when New Braunfels Fire Department responded to the Robert Partida The fire department sent three trucks an aerial truck from Fire Station 3 and two pumper trucks from two other Partida The firemen took an hour to extinguish the blaze caused by an electric burner left the fire department spokesman The family was not Partida but a neighbor across the street noticed what he thought at first was just a But the more he looked at the more he thought it looked like So he called us right By the time the fire trucks the flames were getting into the attic The wife called us earlier this evening and told us the smoke smell would keep them from staying there tonight Partida But the rest of the house besides the kitchen looked like it had only some smoke Inside Water Watch Comal cfs down 8 Canyon inflow cfs up 511 Canyon Dam outflow cfs same Edwards down Canyon Lake level down Sweeping Out All three local baseball teams won their games as New BUSINESS CLASSIFIED COMICS CROSSWORD DEARABBY Bitburg visit still planned Four little Indians LtSl IE KHIEWALD i HtHALD ZEI Two members of this Indian attack load up on which wound through doughnuts while the others soak in the sun featured children in all sorts of costumes and shine and stand guard as the annual Kin ended up with fun and games in Landa dermasken parade gets under The West Germany AP As protesters converged for his visit to a German military President Reagan was dealt a set back at the conclusion of the economic summit Saturday when France prevented the leaders of seven industrial nations from setting a date for new trade Reagan was described by Treasury Secretary James Baker as disappointed with the outcome on the trade but genuinely pleased overall with the allies llth annual We all got what we Reagan said as he walked with other leaders to hear West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl read the final communique in the the federal The statement said summit members believe trade talks should begin as soon as Most of us think that this should be in Despite this the seven nations pledged to work toward world economic recovery and to resist pressure to protect their own markets from outside Reagans biggest victory was lining up all his partners Japan and West Germany behind his strategy for arms talks with the Soviet He had to swallow silence from the on his Star Wars plan for research into spacebased missile At the last he was heartened by a personal endorsement of the program from Kohl at the closing And Reagan got no help for his trade embargo against Two miles from the final in a cobblestone square of this Rhine River capital protesters strong assembled to attack the About 250 youths clad in chains and hoods broke from the group and scuffled with baton wielding There were about three dozen arrests and about a dozen injuries to police as the youths smashed windows and looted Near 200 miles a quieter protest heralded the start of many demonstrations in this country and abroad over the plan for Reagan and Kohl to lay a wreath Sunday at a o Ol cemetery I Bitburg WEST FRANCA GERMANY I 5 100 Miles iChicago Tribune Mapv ITALY AUSTRIA H cemetery with the graves of German including 49 members of the dreaded Nazi Waffen SS combat A group of 16 American led by by two rabbis from the Hebrew Institute of said they would defy police orders to end their sleepin at the site of the BergenBelsen Nazi concentration where the Nazis murdered Other including 15 New York state legislators and 500 students from 17 gathered closer to the military cemetery in 220 miles south of Reagan and Kohl will not speak during the 10minute which has been denounced by heavy majorities in both houses of the Congress as well as by veterans and other groups in many who has described the Bitburg trip as a gesture of recon was asked Saturday how he feels about going I am looking forward to the president At the the drive for trade talks in 1986 was designed to quell demands for import quotas and other trade barriers that have been raised in Congress and in some sectors of the economy hard hit by See Page 11A Braunfels topped Canyon nipped Lockhart and Smithson Valley tripped Details in Todays Weather Warm afternoons are expected to change to milder nights through Clear skies this morning should change to some afternoon Saturdays high was 83 and Saturday mornings low was Sunset will be at ENTERTAINMENT 2C 815B HOROSCOPE 7C 7C KALEIDOSCOPE 1B 1C OPINIONS 4A 16B SPORTS DEATHS 11A WEATHER 3A In the Romance gets officer in hot water TREASURE AP A courtmartial board Saturday decided upon a reprimand as the punishment for a Navy commander convicted of living with a female subordinate officer and lying to his superior about their James Wyatt a 19year veteran found guilty Friday of what a prosecutor called conduct un becoming an officer and a gen had faced a maximum penalty of one four months imprisonment and dismissal from the The reprimand calls for Wyatt to forfeit a month for 10 the which deliberated about two hours recom mended that the monetary penalty be was found guilty Friday of one count of intentionally deceiving a superior officer and one count of residing in military housing with a female officer under his command who was not his He was found innocent of two other charges of lying to his superior of The convictions stemmed from his involvement with Etteinne an intelligence of ficer in his The verdict and sentence are automatically Defense attorney Robert Bryan earlier Saturday asked the five member panel for In making your please have mercy on Wyatt There has got to be a limit to his Bryan adding that the commander never gave bis lover preferential Let him finish his Hes already suffered In a surprise announcement late the court martial board said it believed Boatwright had lied under oath and should face perjury The panel did not specify which testimony it thought was Boatwright was granted im munity from prosecution in exchange for her but Bryan said the agreement did not include immunity from perjury Military Judge Philip clearly stunned by the panels said he would ad vise them on the matter later in the penalty legally separated from his wife at the met Boatwright when both were stationed at Moffett Field in Mountain View in while stationed on the lonely Indian Ocean outpost of Diego Garcia The romance took place on Diego Garcia in January they announced their engagement and began living together in Wyatts Boatwright told the board she no longer loves Wyatt and wants to get on with her Wyatt said that regardless of the his career is   

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