New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 6, 1987, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 06, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zaiiung u    au<‘h ■ Th Page FBI searches for banker's missing wife Editor s note A Kerrville radio station has reported that a ixxiy has been found on the Prison Canyon Ranch, about IO miles south of Kerr Ville, where lav* enforcement officers have been searching for the missing wife of a Kerrville banker The Kerr County sheriff s department said it knew nothing of the report, but an of ficer with another law enforcement who asked not to be identified said it was his understanding also that a body had been found A noon news conference w as scheduled KERRVILLE \P Authorities searched for the wife of a prominent banker after her clothing and jewelr> were found in a creek neat her home Foul play is suspected in tile disap pearanee of .lovce Louise Walters 44 We do not have any concrete suspects We do have some clues aud are following up on them " Kerr County Sheriff Cliff (Ireeson said Wednesday The womans husband Roland Walters chairman of the board of the Rank of Kerrville, called (Ireeson Tuesday morning to report his wife missing Two men were questioned Wednes day but were determined not to be in voiced, (ireeson said (Ireeson said no ransom note was found Texas Rangers Department of Public Safety troopers FBI agents and local officials searched for the woman Wednesday in the Verde ('reek area, about 5 miles from her Prison Canyon Ranch home and where the clothes and jewelry were found Tuesday. (ireeson said Walters was on a business trip in Houston and became concerned when he was unable to reach his wife fly telephone about Kl iii p rn Mon day the sheriff said A dress Mrs W alters was last seen wearing and other items were found near the banks of the creek which is less than a mile from a store she owns. officials said (ireeson said W alters told him his wife was alone in the house Monday night The last person she was know n to have talked to was a Camp Verde store employee about a so p rn Mon day on the telephone Walters called ranch and store employees Tuesday morning about his wife s whereabouts and called the sheriff when they had not heard from her. (ireeson said Mrs Walters was to 1 ave gone to San Antonio 'Tuesday afternoon (Ireeson said Lake Dunlap Trotline B v CAROL ANN AVERY Correspondent Lake Dunlap Area Volunteer Fire Department President John Robert Miter passed away duly Sider ny a World War ll and Korean War veteran and retired insurance man was one of the founding me miters of the FDV FI) and wa> one of its most tireless worker** He did everything from greasing the trucks building the station fighting lire" and raising funds to mowing the lawn He kept pate with a facets of the tire department business and had almost total rev allot past operations and events Miter hail t>een suffering from lung cancer and had been confined to \udie Murphy V \ hospic. since January of this year He was a member of the Vmerican Legion and Veterans of Foreigt Wars Without Sider s expertise and leaders! ; the department will never be quite the same He will be greatly missed by all who knew hm. A special business meeting of the FDV ED was held Wednesday evening of this week to replace the vacancy left free a use of John Miter s death Vice presider! Hank Pearce assumed the duties of the presider \ director (bionic Mills assumed the duties of the v u e presidency Mi election was held and Herman Hanks was elected to fill the vacancy in the directorship The first reading of the application for member ship on Jeff McDougall was read The next reading w ill fie at the business meeting held the se cond Tuesday of September The FDV FP responded to four alarms las? week One was a house fire New Braunfels and Fake McQueeney fir*1 departments assisted \nother of the alarms was for a controlled burn Please assisi youi fir* departments 'ave time lives and energy by calling in io New Braunfels ( ortral and reporting ail cont! ,.ed bums The number to call tor a controlled burn > *-;m The number to call lot a tire is (>25-24 J4 Ken Jordan is oft to Tort Knox Kv active out ■ for two weeks Members of the Lakeside Baptist Church w ish express their appreciation and thanks n the FDV T D for the use of their facilities for tam . » night held earlier this month The commun tv .> very fortunate to have people like the FDV FP to serve as they do An apology is extended ?<> air. neighbors who might have been dis*orbed ny the mu.de after lo p m Remernbei there is voliev; each Tuesday night at Potthast Park Pome < .• and tom vour friends ll VI Motor vehicle group awaits lemon law aid Mumm Al SUN AP• The Texas Motor V chicle « oui rn ms ion w filch is swamped with Lemon Lav complaints is waiting to se* it (iov Bill Clements will DK in creased appropriations to help leal w ith the complaints The Legislature this veal ap proved tour additional lawyers and several support staffer- to de,mn help (fie commission sort ou! com plaints from Texans who have problems ah ’>*• s ars and f rucks Clements office said he would announce his decisions today on the appropriations bill approved in the rec ent special session I think a s working great commission member ''ally Her matin ut Alv in said Wednesday o* the Lemon La a Bnf it staking ; little bit too orig t* get anything done Currently if take' about two y ears for a consumer to get a corr, mission hearing en a Lemon Law complaint Henri lei Brink the commission s assistant director tot enforcement said there are about 2.(HK»complaints {lending Ten Brink -aid the additional staff would allow the commission to hear up to 4o cases (1 month instead of the current six < s. -.<‘s rui ed on Wednesday by the com,ti. ' s on included some inv Diving em plaints that began in 148.- changed this sion included members of t new law wha Texas Auto the comm is s. to siv menibr VV edn We o mod deale T VFC Fondten rn a nm < structu dealers have items of interest tor >* or bring them Tin Landis s*reef tile Hera/d Zeitunu Clements signs bills \I sT I N XL    11 ■ iv    Bi! i ements is nearly done reviewing 'he largest state governmer* t idge’ in Texas history his staff say -Reggie Kashas Clements press secretary said Wednesday the governor likely would finish rn a King his decisions tod av on which ;n dividual appropriations in the Via bu lion budget he would veto I he governor has authority to <nosk separate appropriations out t the state s spending plan with bs me item vetopowei (dements has until Monday to tom piete work on bibs pass* i daring the Legislature s month ior.g sp*** .a, se* '.on that ended July JI t ut Bashar said he expected the governor to finish th!' week I he appropriations t .. would fund state agencies and ar ivef'tie* mr the L«Hfr ie* budget period un Wednesday ( dements signed severa. mote Iva* Slum the sp*-* session including a measure to reduce the numt*er of performance appraisals tor many I exas teachers Teachers on higher .eve.s of th*-taiei-r ladder who have been evaluated as satisfactory would on iv tie appraised oik * a year Probationaly teachers and those !. it*ve. om iii the career ..( Mr! w ouid tie appraised tv* it * i lenients said the tub would allow teachers to do what thev lo ties* teach our children It fienetits pro; upa*s and administrators try ream mg paperwork anti unties the hands of our lot ai school of tic ia.s The governor signed another t ll that would authorize tile videotaping antler certain circumstant es of child victims of assault and sexual abuse The old .aw was strut k down to the Texas Court o! t nounal Xppeals The bill als*) would allow ,s court to require a person who has f**en in tin ted for sexual assault to fie tested for AID?* or acquired immunity hm ctency syndrome lithe I hills signed mauded these that would Xiiow highly qualified out ti! state students to pay ll state L*tl;of; rates for certain graduate programs at state univ em. 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