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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Social Security recipients to get Page 3A New Braunfels 206 Blinders beauties 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS Zeitunc JSPS 377800 5126259144 i Friday October 25 Cents Three 28 Pages Brads Oil Change Service on Lan da Street is repeat not Riving away free oil changes to Corn Fund contributors of or more What Brads is doing is taking off the price of oil changes for loo donors who will be selected random ly at the end of the fund raising We reported that the ser vice would offer free oil changes but thats not the case The price of an average oil change is about so you can figure on getting a value for about 20 percent off if your name is among those donors drawn The Great Pumpkin will be at New Hraunfels mam pkua Sunday from noon until 2 to pose for pictures with kidlels as part uf the Downtown Associations pumpkin caning contest Parents who pay for a Polaroid snap shot will getthe photo and know that their is go ing to ComKund By the Mayor George Erben Herb Mark and Marlene Souder are the judges for the contest For more call Chuck Mailer or whoever answers UKphone at 5631 By the was Seidel Camera store is supplying the film so all you have to do us bring your a bill or equivalent and just say cheese Gov William P Clements has been invited to the Mentage Socle tys Heritage Kxmbil Benefit Map pcmngOci The invitation was hand delivered to Guv liill b Kristina Smith Heritage Societv director Arlene Heritage Kxhibit wrote the XT sonal note lo the honorable and wife Kita Harold and Harold will there loo even though they weren thentor the founding Justin Wilson IN nut from Mana He Is actually an ArkaiLvt native who got a a a parish thats Ixujisiana lor county agricultural agent in the late and acquired an accent through working with UKfolks in places like Crow which is OIKof those places where the natives eat anything There it turns out jinie a few native Uiuisiaiums living m New Hraunfels and Coinul Counts probably because Kiev smelled a met or two when thev headed west and some o them are a culinary Cajuii style Among the uho are involved are Jim Hlanchard Mouina Judy Lafayette Jim Webre Baton Kouge Jiin Schmidt iactually a but one who has Tabasco sauce in his soul and others who may or may not chosen to let their black water or piney woods roots be known Any there will bo an organizational meeting at p m Nov but we dont know where yet Well let you know later The idea is for all area louisana folks and their Texas friends to prepare Cajun or lojuisiaiu dish and bring it to the parly The regular meeting of Comal County Democrats will be at ti p kl 27 in the First Federal Savings and lxan Associa lion meeting room so members can visit with District 25 northern Com al Stale Senator Bill Sims 2A Keep that umbrella handy as chances of light rain will persist throughout the day and Todays high should be 74 degrees with a low tonight of 07 It should be a little less cloudy on Satur but a sllghl chance of showers still exists The high tomorrow should reach 82 The possibility of showers will slay with us through Ihtlfaw CUtttfKD IK IA 24 at 9 at the Holiday the Blinders styling team presents Hair Extravaganza The hair show is a bench tor Troubled Youth of New All proceeds win go to help ou the teens with special Two dollar mminujm donations at the door Please come out and help sup yon the teenagers of our For more information call The Bunuers at 6259512 We aiso welcome your donations through the mail The 66J New TX Pictured above from left Angel Maraey and Camile Maidonado There will oe 30 models at The Pear Photobv Deryl Clark County solons pass firearms control order By DAVID Staff Writer of I u will be illegal to discharge a finarm on properly of 1U acres or less m sue in unm areas of Comal County ixiept under limited Coma Cuuntv Commissioners Thursday in a 41 adopted a draft authored by Commissioner Clyde Jacobs and is a culmination of much discussion and two public hear injjs regarding such provisions Neil Precinct 2 commis voted against the call ing U unenforceable and Unnecessary in that current state statutes curreni ly address provisions specified in Jacobs order We have three existing stale statutes on the books conirolmg said Craigmile during discussion prior to County Judge Fred Clark falling for a vote The motuin io adopt was made by Jacobs and was seconded by Com missioner Lorenzo Camanllo I ee we are going to have a law on the books that is unenforceable with lessor penalties that exist in those said Craigmile Jacobs resolution the discharge of any firearm on lots iu acres or smaller will be prohibited in unincorporated areas of the county partly platted or intended to be The penalties for violation of the new order carry with it a Class c misdemeanor on first offense and Class H for a second or any ensuing violation Exceptions allowed include a pro perly owner to protect his family or property from varmints or intruders peace officers licens ed lo carry handguns would be per mitted to conduct training exercises See Page 2A James Mangum dies in airplane crash The crash early this morning of a private plane near Cherokee has claimed the life of a prominent New Braunfels although details of the accident were in complete as of presstime today Dead are James local certified public accountant and ac tive civic leader who officed at New Braunfels Nalional and an unidentified San Saba County Sheriff Billy Williams today said only that two a male pilot and a female were killed in the acci dent that occurred between 1 and 3 just east of approx imately 100 miles north to northwest of New Earlier reports in dicated more than two people may have been aboard the light plane Authorities there were ordered by Federal Aviation Administration of ficials not to release any information regarding the accident pending an in vestigation We were having nasty weather and we had a very low said who ackowledged reports that the plane had left Lubbock Inter national Airport Thursday Williams said one report was that the plane was en route lo San The single engine aircraft was be ing monitored out of Waco when it disappeared from monitoring equip Reagan softens stand against higher taxes WASHINGTON President trying to assure the nation not to fear a is softening his opposition to higher taxes as a tool for shrinking big budget deficits that have frightened Wall Early next week the president is expected to meet Republican and Democratic leaders of Congress to set ground rules for debating pending cuts and tax increases But he said he would not accept any tax hike that would hurt the In his first White House news conference since Reagan warned there may be more trouble in the but he said the dive in stock prices was merely a long overdue correction and there are no indicators out there of a recession or hard times He said he was awaiting word from talks in Moscow on the timing for a superpower summit expected next month with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev Reagan also said he could not put a deadline on how long the American military buildup will last in the Per sian But I dont see it as leading to a war or anything and 1 dont think theres anything to panic about Reagan On other subjects He defended his troubled AIDS commission and said he still hopes it will help find the best way to combat this terrible pi He sharply criticized private interest groups of various kinds for playing politics with his apparently doomed nomination of Robert Bork for the Supreme Court and said he would try to replace Bork a federal ap peals court with somebody who is qualified in the same way as he Reagans appearance came hours after the stock battered by a 308point plunge seesaw ed back and forth and closed down 77 points in heavy Reagan said it was good to have his back home after being hospitalized for breast cancer He said the nation shouldnt assume that the stock markets excess volatility is over and that there re mains cause for The negotiators for the White House in the meeting with Congressional leaders will be Treasury Secretary James Baker III and White House chief of staff See Men arrested for 4 robbery off retail store By OAVIOMAY SUM Writer One San Antonio man has been charged with aggravated robbery and a second was to have been charg ed today in connection with the arm ed holdup 4 of a New Braunfels convenience Jorge is in Bexar County jail on two counts of ag gravated robbery with a deadly weapon with bonds totaling He has been charged in the New Braunfels holdup and has been charged before Justice of the Peace Harold Krueger who set bond at A second Roland is also in Bexar County jail on charges of aggravated robbery and two counts of attempt to commit capital murder and is being held on bonds totaling In the middle Both were arrested 15 by Bex ar County sheriffs following a chase in western Bexar County after authorities there were notified that the two had just robbed a store in Medina Bexar County sheriffs encountered the two at the county line and chased them where driving a white attempted to ram the patrol At one according to an informed source in the sheriffs officers heard what they believed to be a shot fired from the car and officers returned strik ing the Both men were found with loaded pistols in their waistbands and the source said a subsequent investiga tion revealed neither had shot at the According to 27 robberies in San Antonio have been cleared Comal Independent School District Superintendent Bill Brown will stand in the end zone during tonights faceoff between the Canyon High School Cougars and Smithson Valley Brown has made a tradition of not taking sides by sitting on one side or the other during the CISD championship football otherwise known as the Comal each The Rangers hope to stay at for the while the Cougars are looking for their first 134A Photo by Deryl Clark with the pairs arrest and six were cleared in Bexar After their San Antonio police notified New Braunfels police investigators that their descritptions matched those given in the holdup here and investigators earlier this week obtained information and mat ched their New Braunfels investigator Mario Guerrero said he would seek an ar rest warrant for Garcia Two Latin males had entered the Fina Station at Interstate 35 and Huisache that day with one of the suspects pulling a gun and deman ding money from the who was later led to a back room and relieved of his wallet before being ordered to the It was the second time in as many months the store had been robbed at No charge filed against driver New Braunfels police this week decided to not file charges against a woman whose car last Saturday struck and killed a Fredricksbura Norma was killed try ing to walk across the 600 block of South Seguin Street when she was hit by a car driven by Kimberly Collazo of New It is my understanding that she Benway chose to cross the street at an unprotected point under bad cir said Martin public relations officer at New Braunfels police department Benways death was the third traf fic related fatality in New Braunfeis in Collazo said the woman crossed in front of her and that because of another vehicle in the in side she did not see the woman until it was too late to Woman pinned under vehicle New weman was ad mitted to McKenna Memorial Hospital Thursday afternoon with a broken pelvis after pinned under her own Tne incident occurred in a parking lot at FM 725 and Rosa Parks Drive around 3pm According to police was attenp to her Buick SUttei She hnight she had pfaMd the cars column gear shift in but apparently had it in When she removed her fool from the brake as she tried to get tke car rolled over pinning her bet ween the frame and the She was listed in good condition this mor at itm   

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