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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 7, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Reagan marking his 80th birthday BEVERLY AP Former Presi dent Reagan celebrated his 80th birthday surrounded by the the famous and the leading them in a prayer for the safety of troops at war with See Page 3 Ann Richards rips state insurance board AUSTIN AP Ann in her blue print for a New touched a wide range of but the biggest buzz in the Capitol came from the political bomb she dropped on the State Board of See Page 4 NBs Calvin to play at Air Force Academy New Brtunfels Unicom volleyball standout Celes te Colvin has accepted an appointment to attend the Air Force where she will also compete in college SeePageS New Braunfels Thursday 61 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377 7880 5126259144 1991 25 Cents One 12 Pages Nice weather seems to be the pat tcm these with highs near 70 and lows in the 40 expected today and No rain is anti cipated and light winds are from the Inside DEAR TV Waste permits process stalled By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor A commitment given by Ann Richards Wednesday to stall all hazardous waste permits in the state of Texas for two years will quench the burning issue in New Braunfels for a Its great Im glad Ann Richards has really come out and done this so said David president of Securing a Future We need the twoyear moratorium at least to have Taxpayers arc and with good Richards said in her State of the State They have long complained about a state government that is too unwieldy and 4 the real Were headed in the right In a State of the State speech Wed Richards declared a twoyear moratorium on permits for commer cial hazardous waste cement kilns that bum hazardous waste and injection Richards sent the Water Commission and the Air Control Board a letter requesting that they go ahead with this twoyear moratorium even before legislation is said Margaret deputy press secretary for the It gives us a breathing In State Edmund Kuempel RSeguin introduced House Bill 420 that called for a two year moratorium on the burning of certain hazardous wastes in cement I was happy to see her reinforce the bill that we have already Kuempel said this morning from his Austin Were going forward with it HB 420 this legislative ses That will give us a solid two years to see whats The issue of storing and burning hazardous waste in New Braunfels at a local cement plant has been controv After months of hearings and the Lafarge which owns the Balcones Cement Plant in New and its subsidiary 2 The Texas Single Shot Rifle Association is sponsoring its annu al winter match this weekend at the Dietz Rifle Range on Highway 46 The match will have shooters competing in the Schuetzen tradi tion of the late All com petitors must shoot original or replica single shot rifles of the era between the Civil War and All bullets must be lead alloy and no boltaction rifles are Shooters will compete in both bench rest and offhand at ranges of 100 and 200 There will be separate matches for rifles with iron sights or telescopic The match will take place all day Friday and and until noon on Competition is open to the public and visitors are welcome to watch or The Ferdinand Lindheimer Chapter of the Daughter of the Republic of Texas will meet at at Church in the Valley at Canyon Presenting a program on Jane Long will be Helen Coleman of San For more call Marie Offerman at Wade Lindeman and Lynn Ann Junior Class King and Queen of Hearts Candidates invite parents and students of junior class members to the Fun Night activities tonight beginning at in the gym of New Braun fels High Food booths will be available in the main hall but class competition will be in the Junior parents are encouraged to donate money to the Parent Cake to be auctioned during the Parents hear this I Family favorite entertainer Joe Scruggs is coming to New Braunfels to entertain at a benefit for the New Braunfels Childrens Hell be at the Civic Center 24 at 4 and tickets are each for persons over 2 years There will be reserved seating in the front of the auditorium for museum members Scruggs is known for songs such as Even Trolls Have Late Last and his album Traffic Jams which features songs for the Tickets will be available this weekend at the Childrens Museum in Courtyard shopping Stop by for family mem bership The num ber is Several thousand Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts will ask you to put it in the bag 16 as they distribute plastic sacks for you to fill with nonperishable food Local Scouts will be knocking on Comal County doors that day to present residents with bags to be filled for collection on The food will then be taken to the Food Pantry in New Braunfels or the food pantry at Canyon Residents who dp not receive a Scouting for Food bag are invited to drop off food items at HEB in New where a collection box will be available all that San Antonian man jailed in shooting death By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor A San Antonio man remains in the Comal County Jail today on a bond after he was arrested and charged with the murder of another San Antonio man By the hundreds In celebration of the 100th day of the school students at Memorial Primary today are participating In a number of centuryrelated activities counting 100 making trail mix with 100 Ingredients and str inging necklaces of 100 rings of fruitflavored To his Ismael Guillen adds about 20 extra In case he needs a snack between Photo by Erik Karlsson Paul Daniel was arrested by San Antonio and Comal County authorities Wednesday night in San Antonio after officials received a tip on the said Comal County Sheriff Jack Based on information that San Antonio Police Department had received that this gentleman was very likely involved in this homicide and because of some other information we were able to get an arrest war Bremer The body of the young Hispanic male found in the rightofway of 281 Tuesday morning in the limits of Drug cases among local indictments By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Editor A Comal County grand jury handed down a number of indictments Wed nesday including two to a New Braun fels man on drug Martin of the 200 block of was handed two indictments on charges of possession of a controlled cocaine and possession of a controlled Also indicted Wednesday were two men who were linked to 14 vehicle burglaries in Garden Ridge last Indicted on charges of burglary of a motor vehicle were Scott of Garden Ridge and Kevin Also indicted Wednesday of 1500 block of Lorelei two charges of aggra vated block of North Houston burglary of 2500 block of SM 2 Comal County was identified by his father and sister today as Paul Rodri Rodriguez died from the result of a gunshot wound to the the back of the Authorities believe a 20gauge shotgun found nearby in a pasture was the Bremer said it is believed the two i menwere He esti mates the victim was shot on in the southbound lane rightof around 4 Tuesday His body was first spotted by a motor ists around that They detectives are still taking its still under investiga Bremer Bond was set on Jew by Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Fred David Ott and Detective Richard Alvarez of the Comal County Sheriffs Office investigated the Man convicted in shootings of attorneys TTW TVkwnn A A A A J J I Texas AP A Stock dale man has been convicted of wounding two attorneys during a shooting at a law A jury took 20 minutes to make the decision Wednesday in the case of Albert De He had been charged with attempted capital murder in the shootings of law partners Chris Moore and Alwin Pape last Police said a woman was arrested Tuesday after testifying that she helped her boyfriend plan a shooting at a law office that left the two attor neys In testimony at De Leons 26yearold Donna Cook of Universal City made the surprise The woman also said she had planned to attack a state employee on her but had earlier told police she took no part in the The mother of five testified she was angry with child welfare officials A court also had removed De Leons two daughters from an apartment the two families shared in she The woman testified she and De bought a gun from a pawn shop to seek revenge against a lawyer and a Texas Department of Human Services Testimony showed Pape was the courtappointed attorney to de Leons 8and 10yearold daughters during a Pape was the target of De Leons according to testimony that also indicated Moore was wounded when he walked past the law office door and spotted De Leon holding a gun on Pape and a About 20 minutes after finishing her Cook was arrested outside the She was charged with attempted capital mur der and taken to the Guadalupe Coun ty where Justice of the Peace i i UUIIM ivjwuuiu uaugmcrs uunug a iy wnere Justice 01 uie Peace after losing custody of three 22month period before the Walter Bargfrede set bond at Legislature has interest in rate case By KATHRYN SCHOONER Staff Writer After a sixmonth the Low er River Colorado Authority is awaiting a final decision from the Public Utility But the case has spilled into the Texas State have taken a sudden interest in the Public Utili ty claiming that stipulated agreements can freeze ratepayers out of a settlement The LCRA which is peiub ing at the drew the attention of the subcornmitte because LCRA and some intervenors signed a set tlement despite the disapproval of other involved The Senate Subcommitte on Regulatory chaired by Peggy held hearingt and heard testimony on non unanimous settlements during the week of Witnesses testifying before the Rosscn committee claim that a dis puted settlement could let other issues fall by the wayside while PUC focuses on non unanimous In the PUC now is pending a ized process where only three PUC commissioners would have the choice of accepting or rejecting a settlement without considering any middle Faycue Electric Cooperative of La Orange and the city of Mar cos submitted testimony thai pointed to dangers that might fo nonunanimous scttlemenU ting the standards for 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