New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 13, 1985, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 13, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Briefly New November Page 3A Man charged in police shooting AMARILLO AP One man has been charged with capital murder and two others are being held as material witnesses In the shooting death of an Amarlllo police Randall Wayne of alias jack Douglas is being held under heavy security In the Randall County jail In nearby Canyon in lieu of Justice of the Peace Phil Woodall Texas District Judge George Dowlen set two attachment bonds for Shawn David of and Daniel Louis of who are being held as witnesses to the The men were captured late Monday after a manhunt that spread Into New The search began after Amarillo James Mitchell was shot in the head and chest when he approached a car that sped off an expressway and rammed into a backyard fence of a home 100 yards from the officials Mitchell had just gotten off duty at 3 and was still in uniform when he was Within 45 two helicopters were in the air and hundreds of area offduty officers were activated for the said Ralph another police Hafdahi and Terry were arrested about six blocks from the Woodall Helgran was arrested in while trying to board a freight police Woman gets fine in shooting of student DALLAS AP A eccentric woman who got 10 years probation for shooting a high school student she claimed tormented her has vowed to appeal her Betty Minyard Stein was given the probated sentence Tuesday and fined Immediately after the judge read her she said she would A Dallas County jury pondered her fate for more than six hours Monday and almost three hours Tuesday before reaching a verdict on her the panel deliberated only about an hour before con victing her of the charge stemming from a July 24 incident in which she said she was trying to shoot out the tires of the car driven by Ward Huey testified she shot him in his arm after an altercation in which he cursed the woman after she told him he should be arrested for screeching his car out of a parking spot near her Stein said Huey tried to hit her with his car twice on the day of the shooting and once the day Other witnesses con tradicted and said she was never in Hance names campaign chairmen AUSTIN AP Former Senate candidate Rob Mosbacher says he has become cochairman of Kent Hances gubernatorial campaign because Hance is the Republicans best hope for beating Mark a Houston lost the 1984 GOP nomina tion to Phil At the same Hance lost the Democratic Senate nomination to Lloyd who was defeated by Gramm in the general a former congressman from switched parties last But Mosbacher said Hances record in carrying more than 200 of the states 254 counties in the Democratic primary shows he can do better in rural areas than the other Republican Also seeking the GOP nomination are former Bill the first Republican chief executive in Texas since and TomLoefflerof Church schools protest controls AUSTIN AP Freedom 85 is the slogan of several Baptist church schools in Texas and elsewhere that oppose government Only God is Over the read a sign displayed Tuesday at a rally on the front steps of the Several hundred people later marched to a nearby city park for another rally with former Marine Jim Lee leading them from his Jesus is Not said sign displayed by Gary pastor of the Harvest Baptist Church of This is primarly a Texas but it is a national said Wiley pastor of the Peoples Baptist Church in Cor pus We are protesting the constant encroachment of government in our our homes and our day care Turkey has dumb image COLLEGE Texas AP Americans have been gob bling up turkeys for but the Thanksgiving fowl has never managed to shed its reputation for being They do strange For younger turkeys are so in quisitive that ifyou leave an empty bucket in their theyll all climb in until the bucket fills The ones at the bottom could smother to said William Cawley a poultry expert at Tex as Mount Belvieu considering a lawsuit MONT BELVIEU AP A fire and explosion at a gas storage com plex last week was the final straw for city officials who are considering su ing companies for million to make this refinery town a safer place to I think its drastic for people to have to get up In the middle of the night and run down the road In their night Mont Belvieu Mayor Fred Miller All were talking about Is money I dont think this lawsuit is City officials Monday authorized attorneys to sue and take whatever other action is necessary to protect the public interests of Its The council hired the Houston law firm of Watt and White to handle the John an attorney and part ner wltMhe Houston said Tues day that the city will file a motion to join an existing lawsuit filed two years ago against Warren Petroleum and seven other Last a fire and explosion at the Warren plant resulted In the deaths of two workers and forced a town The city Is seeking to join about 110 Mont Belvieu residents as a plaintiff in the original which Is schedul ed to go to trial In While Asked why Mont Belvieu Is not fil ing a separate White one reason is we can get to trial more quickly this Two is that we share the same He said he has not filed the request to join the The ultimate goal of the city is to protect its citizens through whatever means available and recover damages to the White One positive result could be improv ed safety The council approved a suit seek ing at least million in actual damages and in punitive Mont 30 miles northeast of Is perched atop one of the worlds largest salt A dozen oil companies store gases used In petrochemical production in the The 5 blast at the Warren plant occurred when an underground pipeline spewing Isobutane and gasoline and triggering a series of explosions and a blaze that took firefighter six hours to Two welders working on the pipeline before the blast were Officials from Warrens parent say the exact cause of the blast is but that it may been caused by a worker cutting the wrong pipe or failing to drain the Last weeks Incident was not the first explosion in the In about 820 million cubic feet of gases leaked from a Warren Petroleum underground forcing the evacuation of more than 70 families some for as long as six Last a Dow Chemical pipeline causing an explo sion and fire that destroyed one home and damaged four other County Commissioner Earl a former Mont Belvieu mayor and council said most residents who want to leave the city cannot af the I would have moved out long but I cant afford to and neither can most of the other people living he Youve got to have in but you also have to make sure people are Council members was scheduled to meet with Mark White in AustinWednesday to discuss the in dustrial hazards facing the city and possible Guideline Keep AIDS kids in School AUSTIN AP There appears to be no reason in most cases to prohibit children suffering from AIDS from attending state education and health officials But the final decision on admitting a student with AIDS remains up to local school district said Terri spokeswoman for the Texas Education The general rule of thumb is to keep the child in school if Anderson This doesnt repre sent any kind of statewide policy or a Its still up the the school district to handle it however they might Controversy has plagued some states over whether students suffer ing from acquired immune deficien cy syndrome should remain in No cases of AIDS or related conditions have been reported in any schoolage child in Anderson We want to make sure the school districts have all the facts just in case they run into a situation where a child with the disease is looking to get into AIDS is a disease that cripples the bodys immune leaving the Senate adopts amendment to keep 21 drinking age victim vulnerable to infections and other Doctors say AIDS is most likely to strike abusers of injectable drugs and In a joint the TEA and the Texas Department of Health released guidelines Tuesday to schools on handling children with AIDS or AIDSrelated Those guidelines appear to follow the recommendations of the national Centers for Disease Control in Atlan which said that in most cases there is no reason for children to be kept from school because of Children with either AIDS or AIDSrelated conditions alone should not pose a risk to other children or staff in a school the Texas guidelines As a general the child should be allowed to attend school in a regular classroom setting with the approval of the childs physician and should be considered eligible for all privileges and services pro vided by law and local policy of each school Robert state health said that based on the latest experts believe that AIDS cannot be acquired through casual It is a viral infection spread by bloodtoblood contact or intimate sexual Because of the guidelines recommend that school officials ex clude children only in unusual cir such as if a child engages in aggressive lacks toilet training or has open sores that cant be The recommendations say most in fected children have acquired the virus from infected mothers during the perinatal and that the children also might become infected through transfusions of infected WASHINGTON AP The Senate has adopted an amendment that would keep Texas drinking age from reverting to 19 in three as It would under current The amendment adopted by voice vote Tuesday would make perma nent a federal law passed last year that imposes sanctions in the form of highway money cutbacks on states that do not up their drinking age to In the Texas Legislature raised the drinking age from 19 to but said the law would remain in ef fect only as long as the which are a 5 percent cut in federal highway construction money in fiscal year 1987 and a 10 percent cut in fiscal On the sanctions ex and thus so would the new Texas drinking The law could revert to 19 earlier if a court over turns the federal law or it is repealed by The amendment sponsored by Frank and John was attached to the budget reconciliation bill and still faces House Danforth press 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