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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 9, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas M M053 MITCH WOMBLE BOX TX Lakers look to clinch series Sunday in Boston Page 9A Man drowns after jumping from cliffs over Guadalupe By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A 23yearold Spring man leaped to his death from the cliff across Preiss Heights Park into the Guadalupe River Saturday Rudolph was apparently vacationing here with his He either jumped or dove in the New Braunfels Fire Department John Williams His dad said he landed on his back and never came Williams said muddy waters from last weeks down pour greatly hampered the diving efforts of local firefighters Randy Greg LeBlanc and Dennis and a volunteer fireman from It was strictly a feel They couldnt see anything with all the mud in the Williams Gonzales body was recovered at 5 about three hours after a possible drowning was reported to the Gomal County Sheriffs They found him just about where he in water about 26 feet Williams City Parks Director David Whatley and Wes an offduty NBFD were also in helping to divert tubers from the search Gonzales was pronounced dead at the scene by Justice of the Peace Harold who did not order an The body was taken to Zoeller Funeral but was later transferred to the Manuel Crespo Funeral Home in See Page 12A Longhorns nudge gain Series finals Page 7A New Braunfels man jailed in recordsetting drug bust ByDANAOVERSTREET Staff writer A New Braunfels man was among five arrested this week when federal agents confiscated 846 pounds of cocaine with a wholesale value of million after he was stopped at a border Agents say it is the largest ever cocaine bust by federal authorities in South The cocaine and 125 pounds of marijuana were in the tank of the 55gallon tanker which was stopped around 6 said drug enforcement agent John Wagner of the Me Allen He was stopped by the border patrol at the Heb bronville checkpoint and they discovered some Wagner The truck and Manuel of New were taken to the DEA office in McAllen where agents found the Wagner said the cocaine would have brought in about million in street Four other persons were arrested about 15 miles north of Hebbronville at a ranch in El Sauz in Starr Aleman and Garciela of Rob stown and Ralph 24 Roman 23 and Jesus all of Rio Grande wore charged with conspiracy to distribute the Wagner said he believes the drugs were from See Page 12A H m I Museum llEjl PagelB New Braunfels Herald New Texas Sunday June 50 Cents 50 Pages Sections 3 hostages freed by SLA Lebanon AP The South Lebanon Army freed three of 23 captive Finnish soldiers late a but the militia commander said his troops would hold the others hostage until Shiite Moslems release 11 of his In Tel Israel radio reported earlier that four Finnish soldiers were but Timur a spokesman for the United Nations Interim Force in said three Finnish privates were He said they were turned over to the Norwegian battalion in the 10 nation peacekeeping force at the south Lebanese village of Ibel Saki Just before The Israelibacked South Lebanon Army SLA had dropped its earlier threat to kill one Finn every hour unless the SLA troopers held by the Shiite Amal militia were One Finn released earlier was reported badly Goksel said the three released Saturday night are He said the three had been held at the village of which is in the area assigned to the Finnish Two Finnish officers are still being detained at Qantara while the other Finns are being held farther east in the village of according to He said the 18 who were stopped Friday morning at an SLA roadblock as they were returning from a leave in had been transfered from their army truck to a nearby He added that an Israeli officer and several Israeli soldiers were at the Deadly spider bites woman on finger By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer A Garden Ridge woman is recovering from a bite of from the deadly brown recluse and she warned others about the danger those spiders Clara was bitten by a brown recluse spider on her finger almost a month but no one recognized what was causing the swelling and abcesses all up her arm for two I went to two doctors before I got the proper Watkins But the important thing for people to know is that there is no antitoxin and no antibiotic that will stop the progression of the tie brown recluse likes areas to live ac cording to literature from the Texas Atfricvltural Extension UfUftDy it attempts to avoid contact See Page 1U apparently as when the Finns were Adeissi is about 700 yards north of the border with Israel and is in clear view of and Israeli observation Goksel was reached by telephone at his home in the Israeli border town of About 50 soldiers from the SLA had seized 24 Finnish soldiers shortly after dawn This followed a purported attack earlier Friday by Finnish soldiers on SLA militiamen in 6 miles north of the Israeli Retired army Gen Antoine now head of the said that about 50 soldiers from UNIFILs Finland battalion raided a South Lebanon Army post in Qantara and captured 11 SLA Earlier Lahd said he would probably free three or four of the Finnish soldiers as proof my But he added the 11 SLA men must be released before the rest of the Finns were let Id like to resolve this thing in a matter of minutes instead of Lahd But no amount of pressure can make us free the Finns until our comrades are Before Lands two Finnish officers were released Friday night but one was later returned to cap tivity under an arrangement with the Timur UNIFIL said the only hostage Venni com mander of the 490man Finnish was physically assaulted all over his body by angry SLA fighters Friday Inside Water Watch Comal River down 124 Canyon inflow down 937 Canyon Dam up 49 Edwards up Canyon Lake level up Note For the first time in more than three the level of Canyon Lake is above the conservation pool level of 909 feet above mean sea Release rates are now determined by the Fort Worth hydrology department of the Army Corps of Todays Weather It will stay sunny and hot through Monday with daytime highs in the upper Expect partly cloudy and warm nights with lows in the Winds today will be from the south near 10 Yesterdays high was 96 and the low was Sunset tonight and Monday night will be at and sunrise Monday will be One game short The faces of Canyon baseball players Raul Chapa Gary Edwards center and Bret Cappleman tell all you need to know about LESLIE KHIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG Fridays state championship game with The Cougars Details in Murder trial move sought Local attorneys John Chunn and Mark Cusack will seek to have the capital murder trial of their Rodolfo Baiza movedv away from Comal County Monday A hearing on all pretrial including the change of Ls scheduled to begin at before 207th District Judge Robert Hernandez and Jesse Garibay are charged with robbing and shooting five Mexican nationals ganglandstyle off FM 1863 on March Court Administrator Martin Allen said Garibays pretrial hearing is set for June beginning at 1 The last time the capital murder cases were scheduled for pretrial was on May Thats when Chunn asked 274th District Court Judge Fred Moore to quash the indictment against because the name of the robbery victim or vic tims was not printed on the Judge Moore agreed to quash the but said he did not find it fundamentally A change of venue hearing to move Hernandez trial on May 13 was also postponed after the judges So were pretrial matters on the same day in Garibays because the ruling applied the indictments against both The pair was reindicted two days later by a Comal County Grand The new indictments list the names of the murdered man and one of the survivors as the robbery Victor Manuel Serrano See Page 12A Texas baseball Nolan Ryan was and the Astros mowed down the San Francisco Giants as a The Texas Rangers fell to as a ninthinning rally fell Details in Belmont upset Creme Fraiche bested favored Chiefs Crown and pulled off the third straight Triple Crown upset by winning the Belmont Stakes Page BUSINESS prompts owners to raze old stores CLASSIFIED 614B COMICS 5B CROSSWORD 12A DEAR ABBY 4B DEATHS 2A HOROSCOPE SB KALEIDOSCOPE OPINIONS 4A PUBLIC RECORDS 3A SPORTS 79A WEATHER 2A Out with the old and in with the Thats what Garland Warren and partner Bernie Bowden are doing with this citys eight SacNPac convenience In the past seven crews have rebuilt three of the SacNPac stores here and are in the middle of rebuilding A new store will be completed at US 81 and Walnut Avenue in about three who has owned the stores here for about 15 said he and his partner are rebuilding the stores because weve just gotta keep em looking When rebuilding a Warren and Bowden look at the existing site and decide whether to sell the land and building and move the or to keep that knock the old store and build a new one in its the traffic changes on There are new streets and new subdivisions opening he Youve got to keep up with the The SacNPac at 513 81 was sold and is being rebuilt on 81 and Walnut The store at 204 Loop 337 near Canyon Middle School was bulldozed and rebuilt in the same A new store was built at 1512 And the store at 111 Union was rebuilt across the See Page 12A Sheriff plans raid on nudist beach AP A sheriff who has taken a lookthe otherway approach to nude sun bathers at a beach near the Kennedy Space Center now says hell raid the federal beach and charge the government for his Brevard County Sheriff Jake Miller has previously complained he doesnt have the resources to contend with the crowds of up to naked beaehgoers at Playalinda Cut federal park officials have pushed the sheriff to make and Miller said he has received 49 complaint calls recently opposing what has in a nude Deputies will go to the telling the nudists to put on their swimsuits or face he Those who wont cooperate will be arrestedIf its then MO will be the sheriff The change in his policy was an nounced after a meeting Thursday with representatives from Canaveral National where Playalinda is and county and state attorneys and officials from the National Aeronautics and Space which runs the adjoining Kennedy Space Miller said he has no other choice
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