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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 17, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 75245 Area Accused bomber may plead insanity See Page 3A Comal down 5 same Canyon cfs same Edwards down Canyon Lake down Local Chamber honors local residents See 24 5 Rangers namad alldistrict PagoS New Braunfels Herald Haw Texas Tuesday December 25 Cents 12 Pages Beer seller turns self in Stall writer Thomas Allen the owner of the Bier Haus on North Union has been released on a bond after his arrest during the weekend for allegedly selling alcbhol to a turned himself In to authorities at the Comal County Sheriffs The charge against him Involved a 15yearold who wrote two checks one for a and another for to buy four kegs of beer last A month the beer business attempted to file hot check charges against the youth with the County Reimer called the charge against Corbin the grossest liquor viola tion hes seen in 10 and said he wasnt made aware of the boys age until deputies went to arrest A random sampling of wholesale beer prices in New Braunfels in dicated an average cost ojf for a 16gaIIon with deposits in the range per Reimer has also written a letter to administrator of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commis asking that an example be made of this case for the sake of my i After Corblns Sam TABCs senior agent in New Well call him in and explain the administrative charges against he can sign a waiver at that and Im and he will get a suspension for so many If Corbin says the chargesarent a TABC hearing board will be set up to decide the casei If found Corbin would then be allowed to appeal that cecision in district court in New Braui In the Smelser in dicated the Bier Haus would be allowed to continue operation until the final if was heard in district Savin Emergency medical of New to McKenna Memorial Hospital She in guarded condition after being involved in an accjdent Monday Emergency workers usetJithe jaws of life equipment to remove the woman car after she was struck as e Oak and West Knowies was cited fof yield right of Patrick also of New was the driver of the 1982 Chevrolet pickup that struck Knowies 1984 Chevrolet Knowies was traveling west on West Bridge and Wendell traveling north on Live Area man among those killed in crash Fram atall and wlra raparta First Joey son of Pat and Ollle McCarty of Canyon was killed in the 12 plane crash in The crash killed all 248 Army personnel on The plane was carrying members of the 101st Airborne Division assign ed to the Sinai peacekeeping force since The troops were returning home for Christmas after a six month tour of duty with the multina tional peacekeeping force in McCarty would have spent the holidays with his and six children in their home in McCarty graduated with highest honors from Southwest Texas State University in the spring of He received a double major in political science and McCarty first enrolled in SWTSU in McCarty graduated from San Mar cos High School in 1971 with his twin Johnnie The DC8 crash that killed McCarty and 247 other servicemen happened seconds after takeoff from the Cana dian Here is a list of Tex ans besides McCarty whose names appeared on the manifest of the Ar row Air DC8 that crashed in killing all The list was compiled from informa tion supplied by the Pentagon and from information provided by The Pentagon provided only ranks and current Where other biographical information has been Troy 2 Dennis 4 Christopher 1 Chester 4 Charles 1 Jerry Richland Staff Richard Dean 4 Bobby Fort 4 Frank Richard CISD beats TEAMS average Staff writar Comal ISO eleventhgraders have surpassed the mastery averages shown in statewide Texas Educa tional Assessment of Minimum Skills TEAMS tests Students tested last October at Smithson Valley and Canyon high not including special educa tion showed a 91 percent mastery of math and a 95 per cent mastery in language Those mastery levels were higher than the recently released average statewide results of 88 percent in and 91 percent in language We are very pleased with our stu dent mastery especially since we made no major modifica tions in the instructional program before the October said Carol CISD director of Broken down by school but ex cluding special education juniors at Smithson Valley High School showed a 90 percent mastery in and a 95 percent mastery in language At Canyon High percen tages stood at 92 percent for math and 95 percent for language Yarbrough shared the districts TEAMS results with trustees at Mon day nights board meeting at Moun tain Valley There were four items for each test and a student had to answer three of the four correctly to show she In math students scored lowest in measurement geometric properties and but soared to 94 percent in using charts and In language mastery levels by objective ranged from 97 percent in context clues to 60 percent for both proofreading and Every junior has four chances at this test to master Yarbrough stating the tests are ad ministered in October and then in May before the cycle starts over See Page 11 Central Appraisal District searches for new office Inside CLASSIFIED L9 Cheer Fund COMICS 1011 CROSSWORD 11 Death Row inmates have youth population DEAR ABBY HOROSCOPE Staff aritar j Looking at a fourmontli the Central Appraisal Disjtrlct board decided Monday night to again begin the search for office space we will have time to reaffirm our belief that we do need quarters of our own separate from any of our said board chair man Charles i The district offices at 644 Loop 337 expires May 3J1 and the board will either have to renegotiate the lease or find a new home for the Board members told Chief Ap praiser Glenn Brucks to continue looking for available exifting office space or for vacant Since we last talkec there may be some new properties on the market and if there about you may nave to look for some said board member Pavid Board member George Erben laid the district will have to explore every 1 Since the board talked about finding office space for the appraisal Landlord Richard Seidel offered to sell the en tire complex on the Loop to the which would then get more space in the building and Comal County commissioners offered to lease space in the courthouse But either prices were too high or the space wasnt large and the board will start over in its quest for Also board members learned that the appraisal district is trying to get all billboards erected in the county listed on the 1986 tax Weve always had some billboards on the appraisal but weve seen quite a bit of these signs coming said Jaime personal property ap said there are several sources of information about the He also said it will take a lot of work and time to appraise each I am stUl going to have to go out and measure that sign and determine what condition it is PadiUa OPINIONS SPORTS WEATHER SOMEONE LOVE THIS SWEATER THATS JUST MV SIZE w dayi to GtiHttniM Todays Wither Skies will be mostly cloudy today with a 20 percent chance of rain in creasing to 30 percent To days nigh is expected to reach Winds will be from the north at 5 to 10 mph Tonight will be cloudy and cool with a low ol Another and groceries were added to the Cheer Fund bringing the funds cash total to Theres not much time and donations are needed to feed 200 families this Tuesdays dona tions were made by Donald Hildegarde and Vivian Ed na Hubert and Elaih John and Loyce Robert and Dora and Fred two anonymous donations of and and groceries from Elise The HeraldZeitung encourages the community to bring its tax deductible donations or non perishable food items by its offices at 186 Those who cannot come to the call WASHINGTON AP It took less than an hour last September for a jury in to decide that a teenager should die for killing two elderly women and a 12yearold The who later said he had not expected the jury to return such a harsh set an April 12 ex ecution Relatives and even some jurors were in tears as seventh grader Ronald Ward was sent off to death joins others waiting to die in the nations and has become a member of a more select fraternity One of 36 inmates facing death for crimes they commit ted while under the age of Some experts argue that young more than other are amenable to rehabilitation including the Reagan ad ministrations leading expert on the says the age of a convicted murderer should not excuse him from the punishment provided by The debate probably dates back to the first such executions in colonial America during the It flared up anew in September with the ex ecution of Charles Raumbaugb in was put to death by poison injection for murdering a a crime he committed at the age of He was awfully young and he had some tough breaks in said Tom the former district attorney who prosecuted But Chuckle is very a really hardened killer and society has to protect According to David a South Carolina attorney who specializes in capital the youngest person to be put to death this century was a black George Junius who was 14 on June when he was electrocuted less than two mon ths after being convicted of the murder of an 11yearold white girl in Clarendon Of the approximately legal executions in the nations more than 200 involved offenders younger than More than twothirds of those youths were and only one fourth were according to the American Bar In the ABA went on record against capital punishment for 0 the 35 states that permit capital 14 have no age restric SM u
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