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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 75245 Local Carolyn Fey wins national 4H award See Page 7A Cbrfia Cahyon inflow 582 cfs down 26 Caftyoh up 208 Watch Edwards down Cdnyart Lake up State Bankers wife thwarts extortion attempt See below f battles Dallas page 5A New Braunfels HeraldZcituno Tuesday December Mew Texas AV 25 Cents 14 Sections Perry charged in By DEBBIE DeLMGH Staff writer David Charles a Canyon Lake man found innocent last week of sexually assaulting a fouryear was arrested for burglary of a habitation Monday along with Mark Allen Clark and a 14yearold were charged with burglary of a in connection with a Mon day morning breakin of a residence in the Canyon Lake Hills Comal County Sheriffs In vestigator Kermil Kroesche said a citizen reported possible burglary f in progress around 11 Deputy Johnny supported by Deputy Danny responded to the They found the house unlocked and the back door but were not able to detect anyone inside the Kroesche They did get a description of the Based on those Kroesche said Gray later stopped the suspects in the Mobile Home Estates subdivision and arrested As of presstime Perry and who both listed addresses as Flintstone Canyon were still in jail under bond set by Justice of the Peace Harold The juvenile was released to his parents Kroesche In connection with the aggravated sexual assault a Comal Coun ty jury found Perry guilty on But 207th District Court Judge Robert Pfeuffer declared a mistrial three days On a second jury found Perry innocent of the Perry was also indicted for burglary of a building last in connection with an electric power generator stolen from a Mobile Home Estates Perry has not been brought to trial yet on that Iowa farmer kills 3 self Iowa AP A financially troubled farmer fatally shot three including his wife arid a bank and then killed himself in what a congressman called a tragic reflection of brewing violence in the Farm Dale walked into the Hills Bank and Trust shortly after 11 Monday with a 12gauge shotgun under his entered the office of president John Hughes and killed him with a single blast to the police No incident could more tragically reflect the brewing violence in the Farm Belt than the senseless killing of John said Jim who said he was a good friend of The irony is that there was no more compassionate banker in Leach deputy stopped Burr in his pickup truck near his home a Guadalupe considers secession SEGUIN Guadalupe County Commissioners took a step toward seceding from the Union during their Monday Taking a break from their usually serious the commissioners appointed a representative to a con sultation to consider The commissioners appointed Comingore of Seguin to the Con sultation on the Poesta to be held in Beeville March 1 and The event will be a parody of the meeting at WashingtonontheBrazos in 1836 in which Texans decided to secede from the Republic of To update the the group will consider secession from the United County Judge James Sagebiel and the commissioners support the selec tion of Clint Eastwood for chief justice of the supreme court of Sagebiel suggested Texas could abolish the Internal Revenue with the Seguin historical will attend the event along with representatives from every county in the The Poesta is a South Texas creek that flows through Beeville Representatives of the fteeville celebration say it is a fitting Ration tor a tongueincheek Besides the secession the will feature contests and short time said Johnson County Sheriff Gary brother of the slain bank While the deputy waited for rein Burr committed a single blast to the with the Hughes Deputies then found Burrs shot to death at the Burrs Police also said Burr shot and kill ed farmer Richard and fired at Goodys and 6 yearold son Mark as they fled their rural Hills home At this time we believe the shootings were related to financial difficulties that Burr had with the bank and the Johnson County sheriff According to records in the Johnson County recorders the Burrs owed the Hills bank almost Inside CLASSIFIED COMICS CROSSWORD DEAR ABBY HOROSCOPE OPINIONS SPORTS 5A STOCKS 8A WEATHER 2A MOO MANY UFT ft 15 shopping days to Chriitmai Todays Wwtther Today will be warm again with mostly cloudy skies and a 30 percent chance ol Todays high is expected to reach Winds will be from 15 to 20 Chances lor rain will increase to 50 percent tonight and temperatures will drop as a cold front moves in before morn City offers advice By MM aVEMSTHEET Staff writer New Braunfels City Manager Joe Michie presented City Council 10 ways to make police service better for the citizens of New Michies list was a response to a 25 report from the Police Minority Relations Study Commit which was appointed by council in The 10item report from Michie in cludes a timetable for implementing the which include con tacting neighborhood groups within 30 days to make presentations and establish better One of the topics will be on how to file a proper complaint and how such complaints are handled once the report The review showed that members of the minority community charged that there were instances of police abuse and that complaints were not handled We were not put together to go in to specific cases or to investigate if these alleged abuses are substan said Kookie a member of the study After all that reviewing and inter weve already come to the conclusion that there is a pro We do have a good police depart ment and that was not the Barboza told council The issue Does the community perceive there to be a problem and they Michies report also said the city will make every effort to increase patrol and informal visits to the minority neighborhood on a noncall There will be a twoday training session 15 and 16 sponsored by the United States Department of Justice and Michie said he has also invited county deputies and con stables to We shall ask the Justice Depart ment representative to review our policy manual and suggest the necessary Michies report We currently have a Deadly Force Policy in effect but we will See Page 8A 3SB Tonights low is expected to be 1 g near The high for Wednesday will be near Mondays high was 76 and IP this mornings low was Sunset to 28 day will be at and sunrise 20 Wednesday will be at 4A Cheer Fund Comal commissioners pull developers letter of credit KM I II I I AM j By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff NriUr Comal County Commissioners pull ed a letter of credit on Comal County Estates Unit 2A A renewal of the letter would have given an extension to a developer who has not begun any construction after two years of exten The amount of money was also insufficient to pave the roads in the county Clark Mac McCoy If no land has been sold we might look into pulling the plat as County Judge Fred Clark The developer Ernest Tousley was out of but got his bank to send commissioners a letter verifying that the bank would renew the letter of Commissioner Lorenzo Yankee the unit is and McCoy opposed it When the other commissioners their they We have been in contact with Tousley for the past several and we had communicated to him that this deadline was coming and for some reason he has found it inconvenient to renew on Mc Coy This amount will not do the Commissioner Jumbo Evans suggested that this amount would have covered paving the streets in the subdivision when it cost per linear but commissioners had just set the anmount per linear foot at We are back in that situation again where we have bonded so meone twice already and nothing physical has been done on the See Page 8A People in the community added to the Cheer Fund bringing the total to The donations were made by Frank and Wanda Carol and Mar vin Julius and Ad die Larry and Judy Hooker and a bag of toys the GermanAmerican and Lad Under Pass and anonymous donations for and The MeraldZettung entourages the community to bring its tax deductible donations or non perishable food items by its offices at m Those who cannot come to the call Bankers wife foils extortionist AUSTIN AP An Austin bank chairmans wife escaped injury Mon day during an extortion attempt by freeing her hands and mouth and calling police when her abductor left to retrieve her authorities Kay wife of JnterFirst chairman Robert was home alone when the posing as a flower forced his way in the front door at about said police John She was suspicious of hun right Stewart She said she was busy and was about to leave and she tried to shut the but he forc ed it The armed with a large caliber threatened Kay Lane and hound her with tape that he had brought with Stewart After binding the ajan phoned her Robert at the bank demanding Stewart One police source said the demanded Alter calling the man left the home with Lane bound in the living He apparently believed that the ransom and delivery spot had been agreed and placed a second call to an unknown Stewart said he was in the process of responding to a call from the extor tionist when he learned that the man had left the Shortly after the gunman Lane freed her hands by tearing the tape with her police With her feet still she hopped to the front locked and called Then she called her Stewart
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