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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas 6 A ■ Heraid-Zeituhg ■ Sunday, Nov. 6, 1994 Texas Briefs Pretrial Hearing for Formar iaxar County torologlst Sat for Nov* it FAIRMONT, W. Va. (AP) — A for- Rmer chemist for West Virginia and for Bexar County, Texas, faces a Nov. 15 pretrial hearing in a case in which he allegedly lied during the 1991 murder \ trial of a Boone County man. }V Fred Zain, 43, of Hurricane, W.Va., was indicted in July by a Marion County grand jury on three felony perjury counts related to his testimony during the double-murder trial of Paul D. Walker. The charges here were the first filed in West Virginia against Zain, who headed the state police’s serology lab from 1979 to 1989. He is accused of fabricating or misrepresenting evidence in dozens of cases in West Virginia and Texas. Walker pleaded guilty four days into if the trial and was sentenced to life in prison with possible parole after 20 v years. it'    Defense attorney Arthur Ciccarello of Charleston wants charges against Zain dismissed because the state * Supreme Court allegedly prejudiced L cases against Zain. I?. In its opinion ordering the review of “ cases Zain worked on, the court wrote g* “any testimonial or documentary evi-■f dence offered by Zain at any time in any criminal prosecution should be deemed invalid, unreliable and inadmissible in determining whether to award a new trial,” Ciccarello said in his motion. Ciccarello also argued it was wrong for special prosecutors to handle the case against Zain rather than Marion County prosecutors. His motion to disqualify Marion County Circuit Judge Rodney Merrifield was denied last week by Acting Chief Supreme Court I* Justice Richard Neely. Zain is free on SHK),OOO bond. :h: •I* ii Storm Winds Pound Stadium During Football Qamo • MAYPEARL, Texas (AP) — At ) least 14 people were injured, many of , • them at a high school football game, • when a windstorm roared through a ) small farming community south of Dallas. Winds exceeding 70 mph toppled a 20-foot coach’s tower and scattered band instruments, seat cushions and other debris around the Maypearl High School football field. About 600 peo-j? pie were at the stadium watching May-pearl play Grandview Friday night. >r The game was halted, and officials • hoped to finish the game Saturday, t said W G. Roesley, superintendent of the Maypearl Independent School District. . ; Fourteen people were taken to Bay-iyior Medical Center in Waxahachie, v Three were in fair condition early Sat-. urday, two were in good condition and g the others were treated and released, I nursing supervisor Denise Allen said :■ Votes for Boy in t ^Homecoming Quoon Ballot pare Voidod MISSION, Texas (AP) — Carl Gossett, a senior at Mission High School, I says he never really expected to win ; the voting for Homecoming Queen ;    He just wanted to prove a point, he i said. ♦ i “If a girl can play football, than why ‘ ’can’t a boy be Homecoming Queen7" J*asked Gossett, 17. His candidacy gained momentum it ■ after posters supporting Gossett as a J* write-in candidate began appearing ^‘•around campus Monday, students said And it soon became the talk of school. “At first we all took it as a joke," said senior Karina Sosa. “But then, I thought about it, why not change tradition and have a King and Queen7" His fellow students insist that he . won, but school officials refused to 14 * discuss the vote, and a female student was announced as the winner. I* “The vast majority of the kids are |S* not in favor of this,” Principal Gus Zapata said. " "The kids don’t run the school," Zapata told the McAllen Monitor. “We J know what’s in their best interest " v h Scientist! Struggle With f Shuttle Ozone Monitor SPACE CENTER, Houston (AP) * *— Ground controllers struggled with a balky ozone monitor aboard space „ shuttle Atlantis Saturday wnile six oth-P er shuttle instruments scanned the i Earth’s atmosphere and incoming solar I energy The ozone monitor problem cropped fv^up Friday as a data link was lost i* between the German-built instrument * and controllers in Huntsville, Ala. NASA said the glitch hadn’t been ' figured out by early today, but a faulty * computer chip within the instrument * was suspected. The monitor, designed to measure ozone and other particles horn 12 to 60 miles high, was turned ■ riff while scientists studied whether it could be repaired. I Water issues big in commissioner^ race By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writar The race for Precinct 4 County Commissioner pits incumbent Morris “Moe” Schwab against challenger Lois Duggan. Water issues hold important points in the debate between the two longtime residents. Schwab favors items such as the Water Oriented Recreation District (WORD) and commissioners court supported a proposed Comal County Underground Water Conservation District in the western portions of the county. "The main reason I support WORD is let the users support the extra police, not the taxpayers,” said Schwab, the Republican incumbent. “..I’ve said Schwab and Duggan face off in Precinct 4 the river is like ‘Field of Dreams.’ Ifs here, people are going to come. ...let those who are using the facilities pay, not the county taxpayers.” Duggan, running as a Democrat, has filed suit against the creation of WORD, stating that it is unconstitutional. The suit is currently on appeal. Duggan also disapproves of the proposed underground water district, stating that the Edwards Underground Water District could claim this area under state law. "The Edwards has all kinds of money. Why not let people who are going to be affected work within the existing entities?” said Duggan.* She claims county government is “not open to the public” and would like to make it more accountable. “I want to keep doing what I’ve done the last four years,” said Schwab, running for his second term. “I want to provide service for the entire county, and Precinct 4. “How does anybody think they can be a commissioner and not have a driver’s license or vehicle and be here every day?” added Schwab. “It’s already been taken care of,” said Duggan. “...The framers of the Constitution never had a license to drive.” I Election day is Tuesday. Polls are open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. ADULT MEDICAL CARE (ages IS - 11S+) Stwe*    SUtjU, fft.t). Internal Medicine - Board Certified •Preventative Care •Comprehensive Physicals •Complex Patient Management Participating Provider BCIBS Par Plan, Blue Choice, McKenna Health Plan, and Medicare 629-5350 189 E. Austin St. #105    New Braunfels Obituary Richard Johnson Richard Johnson bom Nov. 24, 1951, entered rest Nov. 3,1994 at the age of 42 years. He is survived by a son, Gabriel Ray Johnson; brother Daniel A.L. Johnson, and numerous aunts and cousins. Graveside services will be held on Monday, Nov. 7, 1994 at 2 p.m. at thek Crane's Mill Cemetery in Startzville. Donations may be made to The American Cancer Society. Oak Hills Funeal Home, San Antonio Eastern Star meets The Order of the Eastern Star, Chapter 771 will have a regular stated meeting Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge at 1157 W. San Antonio St. NEW! (WIW (►J (VIPS >»rth 2 MEDIUM SO PIZZAS    Plus    Tax    KUBU! "ttSMBSisrag- mm mm. pp H VALUABLE COUPON] OTP mm mm mm mm mm H VALUABLE COUPON ^ «»p f    Coke*Coke*    |    Bloomer.    [ I    99™...    ;    .^JSSjsS    I i    That's Two 32 oz. 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I accepted, and dona*Sasser called to confirm my acceptance. 2) I, by check paid the *600 filing fee and *200 for a fundraiser which I did not attend. 3) I refused, when invited, to accept any funds from the Democratic Party for my campaign. 4) I have owned property here before the lake filled. 5) I am Lois Gray, who with my deceased husband, Jack Gray, charter members of St Andrew Lutheran Church. 6) The Youth Building at the church is a memorial to Jack Gray started by initial funding from Lois Gray. 7) I married William F. Duggan and in 1977 we purchased Bob Sc Jean’s Grocery on FM 306. 8) I practice "Go forward and meet your enemy" - an enemy may not exist. PAID POL AD PAID FOR BY LOIS DUGGAN  _ I J—.1 1990 Ford F150 Super Cab Tan 6 CyL, 5 Speed, A/C, P.Steering, Brakes, Tilt, Cruise, Stereo, 36,000 Miles BestBuy On Lot i i I \    \    J    I FEATURED THIS WEEK 1990 OMC Ext. Cab 4X4 Silver V8, A.Trans, AZC. P.Steering, Brake*, Till, Quite, Cassette, P Windows, Locks. 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