New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 25, 1993, Page 2

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March 25, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 25, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas a HERALD-ZEITUNG THURSDAY, MARCH 38, 1993 him survive ' si I liliMBIl lincehe grot ie th* Pxili Office and even to snaking In a quick nap new ana : ioi mRlMSm IB# w«fktodo,*Clia-wid»-rangin« .........SWS: & ”Ev«n the tough day* arc s^wto waiO*** |»»*"CB8| totter andthan thin ana brit to th*' t* Bouet IlhftTv. Along tho way* Clinton confessed to boing both a rngni person ana annonh <*^3ftha problem,'’ he caille;    ^    s What's a typical day like? *1 normally loavo hor* nsqybo lieSiseen 7 iud 8, go home and havf dinner with Hillary and Chelsea, and then try to maybe work another hour or two* And then hni ux> between 6 i ^O'-'rttn and ^sek and then come bo the office." Jogging, ho said, offers "a lot of my thinking time.* Clinton said he has to make it a point to ponder th* big issues or “I could sit there at this desk and work 18 hours a day every day ;fg|d;:l^ creative eohxtioo? : **l have to be my boat thinker — that's no offense ' to all thobrighkt^e Jho Worts Ibr merhe said. *But I have to keep my juices The president said his eveiything I want to do as quickly as I want to do it” On other subsets, Clinton; , • Affirmed his supporter Bassi an President Boris Yeltsin while rating the embattled hade^i ch enrol for surviving the power tho Supremo Court support the death panalty even though he personally favors capita! punishment Thirteen file for Senate seat as deadline nears Associated Press AUSTIN — Thirteen candidates have placed their names on the upcoming special U.S. Senate ballot with a week left until the filing deadline. As of Wednesday, three candidates had filed as Democrats, four as Republicans and six as independents, according to the secretary of state's office. Interim Sen. Bob Krueger, a Democrat, and U.S. Rep. Jack Fields, a Republican, are among those who already have placed their names on the ballot in hopes of replacing Democrat Lloyd Bentsen, who resigned in January to become U.S. Treasury sec retary. Several other candidates have announced, ars campaigning and ars expected to file before the March 31 deadline. .They include state Treasurer Key Bailey Hutchison, U.S. Rep. Joe Barton, and Houston businessman Clymer Wright, all Republicans, and Dallas lawyer Joe* Angel Gutierrex, a Democrat To qualify for the ballot, a candidate must pay a $4,000 filing fee or submit 5,000 petition signatures, said Mark Bell, spokesman for the secretary of state’s office. lf no one gets more than 50 percent of the vote May I, a runoff between the top two vote-getters will beheld.    mer;    Maco    Stewart, Houston, business- Filed so far are:    man;    and    Lou Zaeske, Bryan, business- • Democrats: Richard Fisher, a Dallas man. investor; Gene Kelly, a Universal City The last such special election, in 1961, lawyer, and Krueger, who was appointed to . drew Tl randidates. John Tower ultimately the Senate vacancy by Gov. Ann RichardsT^won the runoff1, becoming the state’s first • Republicans: Fields of Humble; Republican senator since Reconstruction. Stephen Hopkins, a Burnet businessman; Thomas D. Spink of Irving, who lists his occupation as insurance; and Herbert Spiro Of Austin, who lists his occupation as retired ambassador. • Independents: Louis C. Davis, a Sealy lawyer, Lottie Bolling Hancock, Austin, In other developments Wednesday, Mrs. Hutchison, campaigning in Beeville, blasted Krueger’s record on several recent spending bills, saying the Democrat wasn’t living up to his promise to fight government waste. She pointed to defeat Tuesday night of a retired; Roger Henson, Richardson, engi- proposal to fireese spending on federal gov-neer; Don Richardson, Houston, program- eminent overhead for two yean. Prosecutors try to make case against Railey SAN ANTONIO — After six years of shadow dancing with Walker Bailey, prosecutors faced a defiant challenge from his lead defense lawyer today: Put up or shut up. “We’re going to make the state prove in the daylight what they've been alleging in secret,” declared Doug Mulder, who is defending the former Dallas minister on attempted murder charges. Can the state do it? ”1 think so,” said chief prosecutor Cecil Emerson, who was to lay out the state’s case against Bailey today after trial judge Pat McDowell ruled on a defense request to suppress potentially vital evidence. Railey, 45, is accused of the hratally blundered 1987 attack on his wife, who was choked unconscious and left for dead on the garage floor at the couple’s suburban Dallas home. Peggy Railey, then 38, remains in what doctors say is an irreversible vegetative state. Attorneys chose a july of five men and seven women Wednesday but testimony was delayed because of a defense tactic and ti the motion to suppress DNA test results on blood and saliva samples obtained from Bailey in 1990. The state wants to use those tests in its attempt to show that Railey may have mailed threatening letters to himself as part of an slaborats scheme to divert attention from himself as a would-be killer. Prosecutors maintain the sarnie evidence suggests that Railey licked the envelopes containing the letters, which the FBI says were written on a typewriter at Bailey’s First United Methodist Church. The defense argued that the samples were obtained illegally and were both “unreliable and not relevant” McDowell was also to deal with a complaint by the defense that prosecutors illegally excluded some Hispanics from the jury solely for ethnic reasons. Bailey’s attorneys asked the judge to throw out the existing panel — six Hispanics and six whites — and select a new one. State attorneys treated the accusation as a minor legal annoyance. McDowell gave little indication that he was ready to resume jury selection. The state wee poised today to call the first of perhaps 50 witnesses, starting with Bailey’s mother-in-law. Barely a week after the April 21, 1987, attack, Railey locked himself in a hospital suite and attempted suicide. Bailey fled to California with his mistress, Dallas psychologist Lucy Papillon, and was not charged, indicted or arrested until last summsr. He is fret on $26,000 bond. Bailey insists ho was conducting research at libraries on the Southern Methodist University campus at tilt time his wife was assaulted. But telephone company records of calls from his car phone suggest Hailey was not at SMU when he left a message an an answering machine at his home that night Those mobile phone records and the substance of the recorded messages lie at the heart of the state’s case, which is almost totally circumstantial. Railey told reporters Wednesday he’s holding up well despite three sluggish days of jury selection. “I’ve got a strong faith and I*ve always relied on that1' he said. Mulder told jurors to expect to hear evidence that Railey engaged in an extramarital affeir and tried to keep it secret Ms. Papillon, the daughter of a former Methodist bishop, presumably will be called by the state to testify as a hostile witness. Prosecutors ars not compelled by law to prove motive but there is little doubt that they will attempt to show that Bailey's infatuation with Ms. Papillon fed to the attack on his wife. TOUR GERMANY with Omil & I tic' Oompahs’ June 14th - June 28th Fully Escorted. Limited Space First Coms • First Served For Reservations Call Wilton: 629-2215 ^ 133 Lands Street _ Obituaries Luz Valdez Services are pending at Zoeiler Funeral Homa for Luz Valdez, who died Wednesday, at Colonial Manor, at tho age of 84. Elckenroht Services for Lee Elckenroht. 88, of New Braunfels, will be 330 p.m. Friday at Doeppenechmka Funeral Home, with Rev. Peter Olsen officiating. Burial will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Mr. Elckenroht died March 24. 1993. at McKenna Memorial Hospital. He was bom May 14. 1904 in San Geronimo, Texas, to Jeff and Elsie (Hemme) Eickenroht. On May 3,1984 ha was preceded in death by his wHa, Usa Christiana nee Hahs, who he married on November 18, 1929, in Marion. A resident of New Braunfels since 1949, Mr. Elckenroht was a retired contractor and builder. Survivors are: daughters, Mrs. Kenneth “Emmie1' Ikels of New Braunfels, Mrs. Alfred 'Gloria1' Rein-hard of San Antonio, Mrs. Mike "Alce” Higgins of Houston and Ma. Mary Plot of San Monica, Ca.; sisters, Mrs. Hugh Bryan of San Antonio and Mrs. H.C. Stratemann of New Braunfels; sister-in-law, Mrs. Akee Votknar of New Braunfels; 11 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren; and 1 great-great granddaughter. Visitation will begin today at 12 noon and continua untl service time al Doeppenschmidt Funeral Homa. Memorial contributions may ba made to Eden Home, Inc. and the American Heart Association or the charily of one's choice. DoeoMfiachmldt Funeral Homa eeeewWwto • eaee^Feusw veepee You’re Safe . Security. Flee from harm. Emotional and physical rest A place of sanctuary. Jesus said, “Come unto Me all you who are weary and heavy laden and I will give you rest” He came to provide a Safe-House for you. A {dace secure from harm and struggle. That place is found throughout die city in buildings large and small It is called The Church. And most have people in them who understand the need to be safe, the need for a calm port in die storms of life. One of those places is Freedom Fellowship. Why not come and join us? Promise . . . you'll be safe here. FREEDOM FELLOWSHIP CHURCH 330 South Hackberry Now Braunfels, Texas 78130 Sunday's 10:30 aa 210-625-1288 YOU CAN BUY A AT ANY $$$ .. 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Striking an underground power line can result in a deadly accident and cut power to surrounding members. By locating our underground lines first, you can avoid finding yourself in a hole later.Mi Pedernales lie tm* loopers*", Int johnson ( ii). Bertram, ( allyou I uke, Cedar Park Dripping Springs, Kyle Buda. Cake Creek. Lakeway ami Marble Falls ;

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