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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 31, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeltung o Wednesday December 0 5A Garden cheer Photo submitted Ella Hall president and Joyce Kolodzle members of Guada Coma Garden Club decorate a Landa Park bridge with garland and red bows Guada Coma Garden Club Comal Garden Club and Four Seasons Garden Club decorated three bridges over Comal River In Landa Park to bring Christmas cheer to park visitors Each club provided Its own decorations Victims relative glares at Nichols DENVER AP Glaring across the courtroom at Terry Nichols the sister of a Customs agent killed in the Oklahoma City bombing emphasized each word with rage Tuesday as she testified My brother loved this It marked the first time Nichols jurors had seen a display of anger from any of the nearly three dozen victims relatives rescuers and police who have testified in support of the prosecutions plea for the death penalty Nichols showed no reaction as Kay Ice Fulton of Beaumont Texas talked about Paul Ice who spent 20 years as a Marine before he joined Customs and became one of the eight federal agents to die in the April 19 1995 blast He was so so proud to be able to take care of everyone in this room and everyone in this Mrs Fulton said He was the consummate family person son brother father nephew cousin He loved his she said her voice breaking My brother loved this country and protecting Prosecutors contend Nichols and codefendant Timothy McVeigh hatched the bomb plot to retaliate against the government for the deadly FBI siege at Waco in 1993 The blast destroyed the ninestory Alfred P Murrah federal building killing 168 people and injuring more than 500 While the 29yearold McVeigh was convicted earlier this year on all 11 murder and conspiracy charges and sentenced him to death a jury last week convicted Nichols 42 of conspiracy and eight counts of involuntary manslaughter not murder concluding he did not set out to kill anyone Given the split verdict against Nichols legal experts believe it unlikely the jury will go along with the prosecution request for the death penalty no matter how many victims they put on to testify Still prosecutors did their best to fill the courtroom with the sights and sounds of the bombing aftermath They showed a videotape of a hospital emergency room where bloodied victims including children in wheelchairs were being treated as sirens blared and doctors shouted orders A Foot on one victim was twisted backward in Texas Briefs Brother of man in daycare standoff stages a standoff McKINNEY AP Two weeks ago James Riccardo Lipscomb charged up and down police barricades at a daycare center complaining officers wouldnt let him talk to his brother holding 80 children hostage inside On Tuesday Lipscomb was involved in a standoff of his own holding his estranged commonlaw wife and two of their three children hostage at a public housing complex police said Assistant police chief Ray Simmons said Lipscomb who made no demands indicated late Tuesday afternoon he might be ready to surrender Simmons said police were willing to wait as long as it took for the standoff to end peacefully Police said the siege began Monday night when Lipscomb 38 threatened the woman with a knife after finding another man in her apartment He then holed up with the woman and theirthree children ages 12 9 and 7 Helet the 9year old boy leave two hours later Norwegian Cruise Lines says it wont pull out of Houston HOUSTON AP The president of Norwegian Cruise Lines which runs a cruise out of Houston criticized by passengers as cruise from hell and voyage of the says the company will continue operating out of Houston Pulling the plug on the Norwegian Star would have pulled the plug on Houstons cruise industry The Star is the Port of Houstons only cniise ship but power failures aboard the ship have led to long periods without air conditioning on several trips Angry passengers have even filed a multimilliondollar class action lawsuit Hans Golteus president of Norwegian Cruise Lines inspected the Star on Monday and assured port officials the company would not pull out We basically still believe in the Houston market and we will continue developing Golteus said Of course nobody can deny that the Norwegian Star is a couple of years oldjjbuVits firstclass ship Teens caught with beer at private movie show LAKE JACKSON Cans of beer not oversized cups of soda were apparently the drinks of choice James Carr and family In Memory of Maxine Want to thank all our friends and Hospice for their loving care In A Rush Our onto WUlhtoaaaonl 321 Mill Street New Braunfels 6253316 Try Our DriveTfif Service It doesnt make sense to work hard all your life and then give your savings to someone else Help protect your assets Call me about 2Way Long Term Care Insurance protection against the high costs of nursing home care and special care at home No obligation for the facts Phone today for details 6082604 Beth Gueldner BANKERS LIFE AND CASUALTY COMPANY CHICAGO IL at a private movie screening attended by teenagers Ten teenagers employees of the Carmike Brazos Triple movie theater were found locked inside the cinema around Monday with more than 100 cans of beer said Larry Linscombe an agent with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Everyone inside the theater was arrested and most were fired The teens aged 16 to 19 had permission to be there said manager Joseph Eakins Carmike Cinemas allows midnight private movie showings for employees but alcohol is not permitted The movie was ending when a mairsecurity guard passed by the theater and saw a teenager walk into the lobby with a beer Police and the TABC were called and the arrests were made Tylers rose doctor dies TYLER Lyle known nationally as the Tyler rose has died in a Tyler nursing home He was 89 Lyle who died Sunday made major contributions to rose research in the field of disease control Tyler roses gained their international reputation in the world of agriculture with help from Lyles development of basic cutting for the formation of every rose bush In the 1950s Lyle developed a pattern of spraying roses as an effective way of controlling black a fungus which causes the premature loss of leaves The breakthrough enabled the Tyler roses to withstand harsh winter weather Lyle was the first plant pathologist of the Texas Rose Research Foundation formed in by Tylerarea rose growers He helped found the Tyler Rose Society Tyler Camellia Society and Tyler Audobon Society and later became president of each He also was an accredited rose judge and former vice president of the American Rose Society ULTRA DENSE LUXURIOUS SHAW CARPET SALE 695 SQ YD NO TRIP CHARGES WITH THIS AD 1X410 8008800246 Custom Home Construction Lot One Time Close GC OLD WENT Mortgage Company Bill Winters 210 4934292 18003370475 subject to change without noiicc 2 DAYS ONLY Wednesday 96pm Thursday 17 pm the STORE OFF List Price NO Interest NO INTEREST FOR YEAR No Inland ie 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