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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 16, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Video promoting New Braunfels due New Braunfefc f uMdift July CompleUon of a video tape promoting New Bfaunfels and tourist at tractions Is expected within the next Tape Including filming and script is Rusty Brandt told the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce at the regular monthly meeting Monday that he had participated in aerial filming of the area over the of the Convention and Visitors said Originart Video Productions of Austin will shoot more ground And everything is expected in three or four Brandt The script is being written now and the final presentation of the script is due The video which is seven or eight minutes will promote New Braunfels and its tourism and Brandt The tape will be available to companies con templating a Brandt adding that he may take copies of the tape to Interested Brandt also told the Chamber that by June the Chamber will have a tollfree number 1800 4452323 for persons in Texas to call and learn about local Money for the phone per month for 10 hours of service will come out of the Convention and Visitors Bureau During the six weeks before and during that number will be paid for by the Wurstfest In other Brandt said local businesses have until July 22 to commit to the Autumn Escape advertising From 11 through a book with a list of accomodations will contain coupons for tourists to send in to receive business and lodging Chamber Assistant Manager Gene Neeley reported that the Airman of the Quarter reception will be at 5 Friday at Honors Airman 1st Class Richard Fuentes will be honored at the a security policeman at Randolph Air Force and his family will be given a mini weekend in New On July the Partnership Committee will host a reception for German exchange students who will spend four weeks with the local who are now in The reception is from to The Chambers new telephone equipment from Guadalupe Vally Communications will be installed by July It will cost about and will save about per month once the system is paid said Chamber President John Doster also reported that David Lamon will again serve as chairman of the Texas Legislative Conference DANAOVERSTREET DERYL Chamber President John Doster left congratulates David who will again chair the Texas Legislative Police probe killing find no wrongdoing SAN ANTONIO AP Two patrolmen who shot and killed a 24yearold man followed police procedures and are guilty of no a police internal investigation Results of the launched after Michael Ray Haskins was killed July were released Monday by City Manager Lou Officers Alan Hernandez and Natline Gonzalez have been on administrative duty since Haskins was Fox said results of the police internal probe would be turned over to the district attorneys office for use in a grand jury in The which is conducting its own will receive a Fox Fox has been instructed by Mayor Henry Cisneros to conduct a City Hall inquiry into the shooting Haskins was shot after he led officers on a highspeed chase in his battered then crashed through a fence and hit two parked The officers involved in the incident said they fired when they thought they saw Haskins reach for a with Police Chief Charles Rodriguez at his said in a news conference the investigation left several questions unan But he said the probe showed Haskins was shot while he was inside his vehicle and while he was pulling a handgun from the waistband of his We have verified that the gun was sold to Haskins by a co Fox We have absolutely concrete evidence that it was The report also showed Haskins had a blood alcohol level of when he was The level is well above the legally intoxicated level of Fox said the investigation did not determine how Haskins car sustained heavy body The rear end of the vehicle was badly damaged when officers began their Police have been involved in five separate shooting incidents since March resulting in three Assistant District Attorney Mike Schill said all five cases will go before the Bexar County grand On the way out Belgium AP The coalition government of Prime Minister Wilf ried Martens is resigning from Employment Minister Michel Hansenne said The announcement came a day after six Cabinet ministers resigned to protest the governments handling of the May 29 soccer riot that killed 38 The government is Hansenne told The prime minister will announce it Hansenne spoke after an emergency Cabinet meeting convened by Martens in a lastditch effort to salvage his fourparty Belgiums government resigning from office the Belgian national news reported that Martens had gone to the Royal Palace to ask King Baudouin to dissolve the Under Belgian national elections would have to be held within 40 days after the king of ficial dissolves A regular election had been scheduled for The crisis was triggered on Monday by the announcement of Deputy Premier Jean Gol that he was resigning to protest the failure of the Martens government to accept any blame for the riot at the European Cup final between British and Italian teams in Five other Cabinet members of Gols French speaking Liberal Reformers party later said they would in sympathy with During a weekend parliamentary debate on the the interior CharlesFerdinand a Christian refused to accept responsibility for allegedly inadequate security measures at the soccer match and Martens backed The riot broke out when British fans attacked Italian fans in the soccer stadium before the match Most of the casualties came when a wall Brothers arrested in 4yearolds death FORT WORTH AP A girl believed to be 4yearold Melody Ann who disappeared three days died of authorities said Authorities were waiting on tests results that will determine if the body is that of Miss Flores and how she said Bill spokesman for the Tarrant County medical a 16yearold boy and his 12yearold brother remained in custody in connection with the girls but neither had been charged yet in the said police homicide detective Curt The who lived near Miss Flores were taken into custody Monday after police found the body in a plastic bag in the alley behind the boys police Police spokesman Doug Clarke said the brothers gave signed statements in the which were witnessed by a municipal The pair was being held in the Fort Worth juvenile detention Clarke said the body of a young girl was found just a couple of houses away from Miss Flores home in east Fort Although positive identification has not been the girls father said he fears the Im praying shes with Jesus that shes that her spirit is said Sam Flores said his Jo did not want to accept that it was our little Ive been going through he Flores daughter was reported missing Saturday He and his wife each thought the girl was with the according to She was last seen at a neighbors house where she had gone to return a Clarke said police had searched her neighborhood earlier and found But when they returned they found the plastic bag containing the Clarke and Brannan declined to give details of the boys Prison guards indicted for abuse HOUSTON AP A federal grand jury has indicted two former Texas Department of Corrections prison officials and four guards for allegedly mistreating two prisoners following an the Justice Department Those handed the fourcount indictment Monday in clude Robert Minor Lawson former assistant warden of the Wynne Unit in and Donald former captain of the the department and were fired March 1984 for unnecessary use of force stemming from the October 1982 The guards named in the indictment were Leonel Leal 24 Morris Ray 26 Nathan Bryant 37 and Henry said Assistant Attorney General William Bradford who heads the departments civil rights and White were reprimanded for failing to report the use of force and submitting false TDC spokesman Charles Brown No disciplinary action was taken against he All four guards are still employed by All six defendants were charged with conspiring to injure and intimidate Scott Licklider and Mark Griffith in violation of their constitutional rights not to be deprived of liberty without due process of not to be subjected to summary and to be kept free from harm while in official the department The indictment said that Shiver and some 25 guards assembled at the back gate of the Wynne Unit on to receive the inmates when they were returned by deputy sheriffs after their escape the night According to the Shiver and others stripped the inmates of their clothing and prodded them to go naked and handcuffed to the prison majors where they were repeatedly beaten and Griffith was burned with a cigarette by the indictment Lawson and Shiver filed reports falsely stating that Griffith had accidentally fallen and hit his All of the defendants other than Leal were charged in two other counts with violating the civil rights of Licklider and the department Leal was charged in a separate count with violating the civil rights of Griffith in the cigarette burning If convicted on the charge of conspiracy to violate prisoners constitutional each of the defendants could face a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a Conviction on a charge of actual deprivation of rights carries a maximum penalty of one year in prison and a who has since been transferred from the Wynne and now on posed as TDC guards after dyeing their clothes gray and walked away from the unit only to be apprehended a few hours Weather Briefly Expoliceman guilty in Olympic bomb hoax LOS ANGELES AP A former policeman faces four years in prison after pleading guilty to planting a bomb aboard an Olympic bus and later removing it to make it appear he was a Jimmy who resigned from the police force shortly after the incident one of the few negative events during last summers Olympic Games pleaded guilty Monday to possessing Sentencing will be Pearson was accompanying a bus carrying luggage of Turkish athletes to Los Angeles International Airport after the Games last At the he claimed to have discovered the pipe then removed it and disarmed Pearson was at first hailed as but after an extensive he was accused of planting the The reason behind the hoax was Pearew apparently felt be was being overlooked by Ms the fourth largest pizza company in the world by number of pizzas sold and the number one company in free Gall for free West Texas Partly cloudy days and fair nights throughout the Widely scattered thunderstorms Panhandle and south plains highs lower Lows mid to upper Permian Basin and Concho highs mid lows upper 60s to lower Far highs lower to mid Lows upper 60s to lower Big highs near 90 mountains to around 100 Lows near 60 mountains to around 70 along Rio Texas temperatures DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Crystal Fifth Carl Schurz Texas A weak cool front extended over Northern Texas early this morning all the way from the Red River into the Panhandle and South A few widely scattered showers were associated with the stretching from near Wichita Falls to north of high pressure over the northern Gulf continued to dominate the weather bringing fair to partly cloudy Overnight temperatures were in the low to middle 70s statewide except for the Davis where readings were in the upper Behind the cool a light northeast wind breezed from Oklahoma into northern portions of particularly in the Winds were generally south to southeast about 10 mph except along the lower Texas where light and variable winds were Extended forecasts North Texas Widely scattered thun derstorms southeast otherwise no significant rainfall Continued hot with daytime highs in the lower 90s to near Overnight lows in the South Texas Partly quite warm and Widely scattered daytime thun dershowers mainly Lows in the 70s except near 80 along the Highs in the 90s except upper 80s along the upper Waco Wichita Falls Wink Lo 95 73 89 65 92 73 92 73 95 74 90 72 94 73 94 70 90 73 81 62 97 80 92 73 92 63 99 74 86 79 90 69 91 71 94 68 92 74 95 75 96 73 87 67 92 72 81 55 94 73 96 68 88 80 96 69 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