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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 14, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Baseball playoffs Cougars Eagles 5 at NB New Braunfels HeraldZeituno New Texas Voi 94 NO 95 Tuesday May 25 Cents 14 Pages Tieken gets second year as Mayor ByDANAOVERSTREET Staff writer With dissenting votes from its two new City Council Monday night elected Barbara Tieken to her second term as In his nomination of Council member Max Winklcr said she served her first year as mayor with competence and She has initiated and helped activate half a dozen or more com mittees that have invited par ticipation of a great number of citizens in New Winklcr He also pointed out that the material submitted by those ad visory committees now must be studied Council member George who was sworn into office Monday said he could not vote for Tieken because of philosophical but did support a working I respect you for your position and I hope you respect me for said who previously served as I see this as a board of directors and I see you as the chairman of the I see the mayors position as Erben What wo need to do and what has to happen is that we listen to each sit and hammer these things out and arrive at a compromise that will be good for all of the people of New Council member Ed who also was sworn into office Mayors vote Heres how City Council voted Monday on the nomination of Bar bara Tieken for a second year as mayor For Betty Lou Valdemar Max James Against George Ed Nomination agreed with Erbens suggestion that the mayoral position should be He said the mayor should preside over meetings and attend ribbon cuttings and the city manager should have the responsibility of running the who said she had pondered whether she would accept the position as mayor said one of her main goals for the year will be to pass a bond issue for city im We will be taking a very hard look at the bond issue that will be coming up in the she We have been exploring many With the direction the city is Tieken New Braunfels needs a committed city council and a committed Outgoing mayor pro tern Valdemar Espinoza nominated Council member Betty Lou Rushing to replace citing other com mitments that keep him too busy to continue in that See Page 14 Council ceremonies Former mayor George who was reelected to a new City Council term in is sworn in by current mayor Barbara Tieken was re elected to her second year as new council member Ed Sciantarelli take the Council also elected Betty Lou Rushing lower right mayor pro replacing Valdemar Sciantarelli and Erben are the new representatives of Districts 3 and respectively 1 Murder suspects set to be reindicted By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Two rapital murder suspects will be reindicted for a third time by a Cornal County Grand Jury Wed to a judges ruling For District Attorney Bill its brick to square one in the prosecution of Hodolfn Baiza Hernandez and Jesse Garibay Both men are charged with robbing and shooting five Mexican nationals ganglandstyle off KM on March In a pretrial hearing John asked 274th District Court Judge Fred Moore to quash the indictment against his because the name of the robbery victim or victims wasnt printed on the The defense motion also sought to have the case and Hernandez discharged from Judge Moore agreed to quash the but said he did not find it to be fundamentally He also ordered be bound over until a grand jury could re indict The first set of indictments against and Garibay listed the murdered mans name as Victor who was shot three times in the The set of in dictments included his full Victor Manuel Serrano The third set that should be handed down Wednesday will include the name of the victim or victims of any robbery that was connected to the The commission of two felonies murder and robbery is what allowed Schroeder to charge the two men with capital which is punishable by the death See Page 14 Giving out high marks Hobby say Legislature has been productive GIB LEWIS no tax hike AUSTIN iAP Passing a water and tuition bill and avoiding a tax increase have made the 69th Legislative session a productive one that should finish without the need for a special lawmakers Two weeks remiain in the regular session which House and Senate leaders are giving high I really cant imagine a much more productive said Bill who has presided over the Senate for 12 The session has produced a Philadelphia police touch off massive fire PHILADELPHIA i AP A bomb dropped from a police helicopter onto the headquarters of the radical group MOVE touched off a fire that destroyed up to 60 houses in a middle income and officers today searched for armed members who fled the A published report today said at least three bodies had been spotted in the Authorities did not im mediately return phone calls seeking comment on the The which dates to the turn of the was like a war zone at the climax of the siege Monday and the one of the worst fires in Philadelphia Residents who watched the flames chanted assassins and murderers at One MOVE member was captured and at least one child was carried from the officials But others eluded the more than 150 officers who had surrounded the fortified western Philadelphia We still have police in the area looking for We have the area surrounded and are watching for billion water plan to go before voters in November and a state college tuition increase to help prevent deep cuts in higher education Legislative leaders predict that before the session ends at midnight May lawmakers will approve an indigent health care a man datory seat belt an increase in the state drinking age from 19 to and a balanced state says House Speaker Gib One of the biggest ac complishments of the session is the very real probability that were said police Detective Thomas The Philadelphia Daily quoting unidentified said officials had sighted the bodies of three adult MOVE members who died in a gun battle with police Another report from police sources said the bodies of children were in the Mayor Wilson Goode said he accepted responsibility for the devastating He said police would not have dropped the bomb if they could have forseen the and added he believed officers showed tremendous restraint during the interviewed on ABCTV said he did not think there were any but Were still assessing The 90minute gunbattle erupted after MOVES refusal to leave the and police used tear gas and water cannon in an attempt to flush them The front of the building was torn open under the pressure of the Inside Water Watch Comal River Canyon inflow Canyon Dam outflow Edwards Aquifer Canyon Lake level 288iup32i Slbtsamei 624 75 up 08i idown 13i Todays Weather It will be mostly sunny and warm today with a high in the low to It will be clear and cooler tonight with a low in the low Yesterdays high was 84 and this mornings low was Sunset tonight is at and sunrise tomorrow will be at CLASSIFIED 1113 COMICS CROSSWORD DEARABBY DEATHS HOROSCOPE OPINIONS SPORTS STOCKS 14 TV LISTINGS 10 going to finish without a tax in A conference committee began work last week on resolving dif ferences between the House approved billion budget and the Senates billion To balance the the House has approved a fee bill expected to generate and the Senate passed a fee bill expected to bring in The Senate bill would generate more revenue because it includes oil and gas production fees and motor vehicle inspection Hobby and Lewis predict that a balanced budget will be produced the before May 27 and Hobby said he foresees no reason for a special The Legislature completed the tuition bill last week and sent it to Mark who is expected to sign Under the tuition triples this fall for most students and quadruples again next Texas residents will pay per credit hour this fall and See Page 14 BILL HOBBY no session Realtors endorse CISD bonds Comal ISOs million bond set to go before the voters has been endorsed by the local board of Board President Toya Lindsey This bond issue will go a long way toward providing the facilities needed by the entire district without an undue increase in It certainly is going to help relieve the overcrowding that is now being experienced by some of the The board voted to support the bond issue after a presentation by Jim Mangum and Roy If it passes the bond issue will mean a new Valley High School and a new Canyon Middle The current Smithson Valley facility will be converted into a junior high school for Mountain Bulverde and Smithson Valley area and the old Canyon Middle School will be Bulverde Elementary School will become Bulverde Primary for kindergarten through second and Bulverde Middle School will change over to an elementary facility for grades three through Other major additions and improvements at all nine CISD are included in the million bond Todav the iast da to vote ab sentee for CISD Business Manager Abel Carnpos said absentee votes had been east by 11 this winch was a significant increase vver Friday total nf Anyon wishing to vote absentee can do so today until at the Central Administration Pigeon birth control suggested Adverse publicity and a public outcry against last months pigeon kill prompted City Council Monday to ask a local exterminator to volun tarily stop using poison in his Could you agree to holding off on a voluntary basis until we investigate other methods Council member Betty Lou Rushing asked Brad of who is contracted to rid the Courthouse and the Schmitz Hotel of agreed to not use the poison and added that he hadnt planned to put out any more tainted corn for Last Herbelin placed poisoned corn atop the Uitthnger Flour Mill to eliminate the health hazards caused by the heavy pigeon More than 200 birds were picked up near the public boat ramp under Interstate 35 and more had fallen from the sky in other Norman at the April 22 Council asked Council to ban the poisoning of It is one of the worst things that could he said This has strictly got to be stopped and stopped for Because of literature from and requests to speak from represen tatives of the humane society and City Attorney Barry See Page 14   

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