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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 3, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                Bounties over inmate crowding AUSTIN AP Texas prison system could lake felons that are crowding local jails if officials lived up to their says an attorney for counties seeking a court order against the See Page 2 needed for ruling AUSTIN AP Bill Clements says more money is not the solution to fixing Texas school funding but several lawmakers predicted a billion state tax increase will be See Page 3 Cole named 410 M009 SOWEST MICROPITBLISHING 2627 E YANDELL DR 79903 nfels strong defensive le Friday while Kevin 25 points in a shutout Buiridge and Cole are f the See Page 7 232 Zeitun Tuesday October 1989 25 Cents 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 One 10 Pages County seeking order to remove tiger By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer A Comal County man who refuses to move a tiger from his backyard prompted Commis sioners Court Monday to order the animal control officer to cite him each day until the animal is In the meantime County Attorney Nathan Rheinlander has filed an injunction against Stopping fires the focus of program Preventing loss of life and property from fires is what Fire Prevention Week 1989 is all In people died in fires in the United States and nearly 80 per cent of those deaths occurred in home said New Braunfels Fire Mars hal Elroy If were going to see a reduction in the devas tating loss of life and property from fire in this were all going to have to work together to make this community more fire Officially kicking off trie campaign for Fire Prevention which runs from Friesenhahn urges the public to participate in fire safety edu cation programs and a community wide commitment to fire This years Fire Prevention Week Big Fires Start Small Keep matches and lighters in the right reflects the paramount impor the man ordering him to remove the And Im hoping that this thing will get said Sheriff Jack whose department would be responsible for moving the The who lives off of Rainbow Drive near Texas 46 and was run out of Bexar County because of the Rheinlan der He has already told the Comal County animal control officer that he will not move the animal short of a court he Comal County Commissioners Court May 15 passed an which states a person keeping a wild animal at a resident or within feet of a residence or public school can be charged with Class C But there is a glitch in the Rheinlan der If he finds some place to move that that is not at a residence or not within feet of a residence or public place he really would not be any longer in violation of the statute and could keep he The injunction filed Friday orders the man to remove the animal A court date for the case is set for 31 in district If the tiger gets out of the cage and roams the neighborhood the owner could be in viola tion of the vicious animal provision of the countys animal control which gives any peace officer the authority to destroy the animal if it is in the interest of public Lawmen seize drugs during weekend raid Comal County sheriffs department officials confis cated methamphetamines and marijuana during a drug bust at Canyon Lake Arrested for possession of methamphetamines under 28 grams and possession of marijuana under two ounces were Lou Ann Tommy Lee Graham and Paul Estra all of Comal Tammy Louise was arrested near the scene for possession of Sheriff Jack Bremer and other officers of the Comal County sheriffs office executed the narcotics search war rant at 321 Club House Lane in Canyon Springs Resort around All three subjects were arrested and taken to Comal County jail where they posted bond of A vehicle driven by France was leaving the residence when officers and patrol officers David Taylor and Don Reynolds made a stop of the Mari juana was found in the Man cuts wife g dance Good Fireplay is the leading cause of See Page 2 Frank and his Mends are part the education progam aimed at Preventin9 In front are Mike and Bruce In back from left are Ray Don Nancy Xavier Larralda and Mike Photo by Deryl Clark A possible attempted murder occurred during the Comal County Fair Sunday night when a New Braun fels man was seen cutting his wife after she danced with another police Juan 2552 Katy remains in the Comal County jail facing attempted murder His wife Diana was treated and released from McKenna Memorial Hospital Sunday said police spokesman Martin He just sliced her under the Mayer It looks like a cake knife a very long bladed cake The incident happened in the dance area of the located on Common shortly after 9 he There were detectives working that whole it happened practical ly right in front of them he didnt go very Mayer Detectives are investigating whether they can charge Delgado since the wife doesnt want to press Mayer Man captured following chase Comal County sheriffs department helped a San Marcos Police Depart ment officer pursue and capture one of two suspects involved in a high speed chase at the Comal and Hays county line at Tuesday James Lee Ford of San Antonio was arrested after the high speed chase involving two stolen veh icles from Austin and According to San Marcos police officer Victor Rojo saw a 1987 Chevrolet pickup and a 1986 GMC traveling south on Interstate 35 at a high rate of speed with the head light high beams Rojo pursued the men to the Comal County line where Comal County sheriffs department officials became Ford then pulled the vehicle he was driving to the side of the Comal County Deputy Carl Davis apprehended the The other unknown suspect drove the 1986 GMC pickup into two barbed wire fences and a Officer Rojo found the truck abandoned in the Canine units were called out to search for the suspect but were unable See Page 2 Burned body found Sheriffs officers waiting for identification Comal County sheriffs department officials were kept busy this weekend with reports of a burned body and burglaries around the On a Comal County resident reported a burned human body near Texas 46 and Rainbow Drive around 4 According to Chief Deputy Wayne an autopsy revealed the man apparently died of a heart attack while burning brush on his Hoherz also said the man had apparently been dead approximately 24 to 28 hours before the remains were A positive identification had not been made Also this Comal County sheriffs officials were dispatched to the home of Horace Cardenis in Bulverde where the victim reported the theft of a chain saw valued at a Weedeater valued at and a toolbox valued at The burglary occurred between 27 and An insulated window valued at was taken in an attempted burglary 27 at Eden Ranch near Purgat ory A burglar alarm went off in the weekend residence belonging to Scott Nickson of Another home at Eden Ranch was also broken into 29 when the trailer house door was pried The burglar or burglars took numerous items including bars and screwdrivers from the residence belonging to Henry In the Cranes Mill unknown person or persons burglarized the home belonging to Elizabeth Calhoun of San Antonio between 30 and A televi water faucet and microwave oven were reported See Page 2 Refugees storm through lines to embassy Czechoslovakia AP About 250 East German refugees burst through police lines today and stormed the West German joining thousands of others seeking passage to the Witnesses said people weje injured in clashes with Also Communist East Germany halted visafree travel for its tp CzecAoslovaki a in an effort to block the exodus of more of its citizens from that the stateryn news agency in East Berlin After breaking the police lines at the Prague the East Germans scaled a 6foothigh fence to join the approximately refugees already inside embassy East Germany during the weekend reluctantly allowed of its citizens who had holed up in West German embassies in Poland and Cze choslovakia to emigrate to West Thousands more East Germans subsequently East Germany during the weekend reluctantly allowed of its citizens who had holed up in West German embassies in Poland and Czechoslovakia to emigrate to West converged on those embassies to follow their East Germany said that exodus was a one time occurrence and demanded that West Ger many expel the thousands of other wouldbe emigres who subsequently converged on the missions to follow their countrymen to West The crowd of refugees stormed the Prague embassy today after West Germany had closed the compound because of intense and hundreds of East Germans wailed the numbers increasing witnesses They said about 500 people reportedly gathered around the some even sitting on nearby Between 200 and 250 East Germans waiting outside the embassy compound finally stormed through barricades around the embassy garden climbing into the they When the refugees battled police who tried to stop many were some from jump ing from the the witnesses West German Foreign Ministry spokesman Peter Rotben told The Associated Press in Bonn that the situation in the embassy had become Its horribly There must be a he adding that the Foreign Ministry was still hoping for a solution similar to the one over the when about East Germans were allowed to leave for the West from Prague and Czechoslovak government spokesman Miro slav Pavel said the swelling numbers of East Germans seriously upsets public order in Prague and the government reserved the right to take indispensable measures to maintain and restore public He said other embassies in the including the had requested increased Pavel said in a statement carried by the offi cial CTK news agency that relevant Czecho slovak authorities had provided necessary sup plies and medical and other tech nical SM 2 Today will be partly cloudy and warm with the high temperature reaching 96 The overnight low will be 69 The next several days will be partly cloudy and warm with the highs in the dropping to the upper 80s by the The lows will be in the upper inside DEAR FAIR 8 TV Stommtiseh The Fiesta Festival Arts and Crafts Sale will be held ai Paul Lutheran Church Saturday from to 4 The newly published Feeding the will be on sale at that time On there will be a Mexican dinner and bake sale in the fellowship hall of the church from 11 to 2 The public is Where in the the cur rent exhibit at the New Braunfels Childrens features lots on interesting ways for youngsters and their too to learn some lessons about The exhibit focuses on the geogra phy of New the United and Saudi and Along with the exhibit at the museum in Courtyard shopping there are many guests scheduled to entertain folks with dancing and cooking demonstra tions and puppet This Daryl Fleming will delight children with tales from foreign lands during Enchanting Folktales Thursday at Story hour will be each Thursday On Srinivas Komanduri will perform traditional Indian music at followed by Rathna Kumar and dance troupe from the Anjli Center for Performing Arts in who will perform folk and classical dances representing the cultural diversity of Admission to the now open on is for child for and free for members or those under 2 years Family memberships are per New hours are Tuesday Page 2   

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