New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 12, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 12, 1985

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Issue date: Thursday, September 12, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 12, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 263 Local named Canyon cfs down 3 Cafiyon cfs down 2 WatCn Edwards Aquifaf up Canyon Lake level up Area CISD tax rate set tonight Pete Rosa beats Ty Cobbs hitting see Page 6A New Braunfels Texas 180 Thursday 1985 25 Cents 18 Pages2 Sections f rtAii t f Vimmmmmimmmmm shoot OfRYL HERALD2BTUNG few Between one and two inches of calif fell around the county Wednesday with only minor problems reported with traffic andtyijitJes At the radio almost an inches fell Buiverde got one inch about inches fell in the FM 1863 and Krueger Lane area in the Carnal almost two inches fell and near FM 1805 and FM inches A little more than half an inch fell along Kuehler Most of the water managed to soak in because the rivers flow has not increased significantly Since the rain officials Only one minor fenderbender was reported in New according to police and no ac cidents occurred out in the Pedernales Electric Coop reported that the Spring Branch area wag without power for three Wednesday because of a served only some served oojy a smjjj it knocked out service to 9 much larger a for jlig utility company pTpteiiiMd That area is mostly reaches and theory way to find out where See Page WA Krueger urged to toss in hat By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Former Bob Krueger says he has not decided to run for District 21 representative but others have sought him out and asked him to I have not made a single call to anyone in politics or in the but people have called me and asked if I would Krueger said in a telephone the last Democrat to represent Congressional District said the state party called him andtwo congressmen also have asked him to and he told them he would have to see the figures first on what kind of support he would really And they have not brought any figures back to me Krueger Id have to feel there was a groundswell supporting my nomination to get into that It would have to be very positive especially in this who was District 21 representative from said he never would have won without the large support of Comal County I took of the votes in this county See Page 10A 18wheeler cargo burns on interstate By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer A fire involving an 18wheel truck carrying bales of cotton took four hours to put out early this morning on 10 seven miles east of The call came in at and Seguin fire officials said it took until to get the fire involving 80 bales of cotton under The call was in the Kingsbury but Kingsbury and McQueeney There were at least five trucks out said Captain David Youtsey of the Seguin Fire Depart The thing that takes so long is that everything has to be pulled Raw cotton doesnt take water as well as you might and there is the problem of the material smouldering a long f The fire started while driver Ray Chapa of Uvalde was traveling on the but he was able to pull off onto the frontage road after he noticed smoke coming from the Its a good thing he got off the interstate we could have really had a mess trying to put it out with all the traffic and people slowing down to watch Youtsey Lowrisk inmates released from lockup HUNTSVILLE AP About one fourth of the Texas prison inmates confined in a massive lockdown were allowed to leave their cells two days after officials began the emergency effort to quell a war among rival The other inmates will remain locked in their cells in said Charles spokesman for the Texas Depart ment of the nations second largest prison The situation is still very tense and until we feel the climate is they wont be let Brown Some minimumsecurity convicts were released Wednesday to help with various chores at the 13 units affected by the Brown There are some things like providing food and laundry that have to be done to keep the place he Prison Director Lane McCotter ordered the the second in recent after four prisoners were stabbed to death within a 24 hour Since the lockdown began guards have confiscated 85 mostly shanks made by Brown He said there had been no incidents of violence since Its been pretty Brown We hope it stays that Some death row inmates housed at the Ellis one of the 13 facilities affected by the com plained Wednesday that they are denied recreation access to legal materials and are only fed six sandwiches a People on death row had nothing to do with those said Troy who was sentenced to death for the 1984 slaying of a Corpus Christi man during a robbery at We know were not entitled to ice cream and but we have a right to showers and drinks with our Some previous lockdowns lasted See Page 19A Inside Todays weather There is a 50 percent chance of thundershowers with a 20 percent chance tonight and a 40 percent chance Tem peratures are expected to reach the upper80s with the low in the Wednesdays high was 79 and todays low was Sunset will be at and sunrise will be at Royal visit Englands Prince Charles will visit Texas in February as part of the Sesquicentennial See Page5A CANYON LAKE 3B CLASSIFIED 58B COMICS 4B CROSSWORD SB DEARABBY 1B DEATHS 2A HOROSCOPE 5B KALEIDOSCOPE 1B OPINIONS OUTDOORS 8A SCRAPBOOK 2B SPORTS STOCKS 10A WEATHER 2A ;