Thursday, December 19, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 19, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Bond decision is awaited New Briefly December AUSTIN A federal magistrate who Is deciding whether to grant ball has heard sharply different descrip tions of a San Marcos man accused of stashing a bomb on an airliner carrying his wife and three Arguing against granting ball for Albert Lee a prosecutor Wednesday described him as a coldblooded plotter intent on kilting his family and ISO innocent people to collect more than million In life insurance He has shown his willingness to kill not only his family but Innocent life doesnt mean a whole lotto the assistant Attorney Jim DeAtley told a bond But Thielmans Rip argued that Thlelman should be granted ball because he was a model citizen on the face of this earth for the first 34 years of his And a longtime friend said Thielman as so I bet hes never had a fist fight in his Magistrate Philip Sanders said he would await results of a psychiatric examination before ruling on the request to set bond at no more than He indicated a decision could be made is accused of putting a bomb in his wifes luggage before an 30 American Airlines flight from Austin to The bomb exploded after the plane land and there were no injuries among the 154 people Longtime friend Drake BelTomy of San Antonio said he provide money for Thielmans bail and assure his return to court to face the which carries a max imum penalty of 20 years in prison and a Thlelman has been held without bond ilnce his arrest in Las Vegas on After FBI agent James Echols described Thlelman as burdened by debts from drugs aiitt Infideli DeAtley told the Thlelman owes allegience to no your Absolutely no DeAtley said prosecutors believe that if released from the federal prison at he would DeAtley also voiced fears that releasing Thlelman might endanger a key prosecution The defendant poses a serious risk that he will obstruct He could potentially threaten and In timidate witnesses his own DeAtley The government Is just absolutely convinced that if this defendant is out then hes Thielmans lawyer countered that Thlelman had a return ticket to Austin when arrested at the Las Vegas He was planning to return Collins a San Antonio homebullder who said he has known Thielman for more than 11 years and is willing to post his said his friend has never been Bellomy said the two had been business partners and friends since Although they once used Bellomy said he hasnt used drugs since becoming a Christian in Texas Study approved for electronic leash AUSTIN AP State officials are looking over some devices that other states have used to cut down prison populations and keep a close watch on The Criminal Justice Policy Coun cil voted unanimously Wednesday to investigate the radio beam sensors that some call electronic jails or The headed by Mark also approved a study to determine if money spent on crime prevention could cut down on prison We want this study to show if it better to spend million to pre vent crime in the states four major pities than it is to build a new four unit said Ray DWichita said he felt the use of elec tronic monitoring could accomplish such Tom ipade a motion to look into the elec tronic leash to avoid the expense of building prisons for nonviolent The report will be made to the 1987 Instead of sending some offenders to they would be sent home fit ted with a wristwatchlike bracelet or a device the size of a cigarette package strapped to an The device sends out a continuous raaio signal that is picked up at the wearers the home receiver would be contacted by a central Any absences of the probationer from work or school would be recorded by the This has been used successfully in Utah and other Ken Couples of a Dallas counsulting company told the The devices have also been used in Oregon and he The Texas Adult Probation Com mission plans to ask the 1987 Legislature to finance a test project on ellectggronic Frank former police chief in Dallas and reported as a consultant for the Community Crime Reduction We are trying to break the crime stop a crime before it hap said I think we are showing that communities can help themselves in lowering the crime Need a car Check out Herald 6259144 USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Susan Editor Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Sandi Cheryl Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Foreman Patricia YznagaKing City Editor Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal In Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 year Send Changes to New The most effective crime preven tion program is a uniformed officer walking the said This is even more effective as a crime deterrent than swift apprehen Farabee said he felt it was impor tant to stress to communities the comparative costs of crime preven It is a lot cheaper to have uniformed officers on the streets than to finance other aspects of the penal he Solons say graduation test is too easy AUSTIN AP Speaker Gib Lewis says a high school junior with whom he talked did not think the recent llthgrade test was much of a As only a 16yearold can he kind of rolled his eyes over and he anybody who cant pass that test is com totally Lewis said the youth told his Charles Evans of Bill Hobby says he also has the Impres based on talks with people who reviewed the ex that It was too If the state of Texas is going 16 administer a test and the student passes that test and Is awarded a diploma saying he Is a high school graduate and its a sixthgrade test the state has perpetrated a fraud on that student and that students parents who are paying Hobby said Eightyfour percent of high school juniors passed both the math and English portions of the which is required for The Texas Educational Assessment of Minimum Skills TEAMS is supposed to be a 12thgrade level Change in flouride standard is protested by Texas WASHINGTON AP Texas and South Carolina are protesting a planned relaxation of the federal standard for fluoride In drinking saying the change still will cost too Dental authorities from the two states told a hearing panel at the Environmental Protection Agency Wednesday that the agency had not figured in the cost of getting rid of excess fluoride removed from drink ing Only 282 water systems out of more than na tionwide will contain fluoride in concentrations above the proposed 4 parts per million The current rarely enforced limit of ppm to depending on affects about 5 percent of all water Fluoride in small concentrations protects against civftieft in and it is often added to water sup plfeft to yield the optimum 1 ppm But it also causes mottled teeth for as many as 3 percent of the children drinking water at 1 The EPA has estimated that up to 40 percent of children drinking water at the proposed new limit would show some degree of tooth Hospital can deny osteopaths NEW ORLEANS AP Texas may have to change the law banning discrimination against doctors who dont hold degrees In the wake of a 5th Cir cuit Court of Appeals a Dallas federal judge Patrick Higglnbotham was among the appeals court judges who agreed Wednesday that a Fort Worth hospital may deny staff privileges to osteopaths even though Texas law forbids discrimination against licensed doctors who dont hold The 115 decision by all judges on the 5th circuit reversed rulings in favor of the osteopaths by Its own review panel and Fort Worth federal Judge Eldon Paralyzed man wins settlement BEAUMONT AP A 22yearold Orange paralyzed after employees of a defunct Beaumont nightclub assaulted has won an outofcourt set tlement worth at least his attorney Stephen a former was injured July and filed suit a month later that alleged he was brutally beaten and had his neck broken at Car dis of Beaumont Shugart claimed that the nightclubs chief Clyde and three others beat him after a fracas in the club that involved several Brown and others allegedly followed Shugart out of the dragged him back to a small office in the rear of the club and continued to beat breaking his neck and causing serious injury to his spinal Shugart will get immediately and annually each 1 for the rest of his said his at Wayne Reaud of In the event of Shugarts his beneficiaries are guaranteed payments until the year Pre Christinas Sale Free Gift Wrapping on all Purchases 12Color Eyeshadow Compact SPECIAL PURCHASE Eyeshadow colors in 12 qreat Buy several for yourself and for last minute gift Ladies ARIS Isotoner Gloves mint and Perfect for last minute Brand Watches 89 to H75 Pierre Uician Piccard and Limited Quantities 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