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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 7, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas                                July 2005 Page 3A Paid advertisements JOSEFREDO Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funeral I nine for Josefredo Joe who passed away on Riesday at his residence in New Braun fcls at the age of 85 lie is survived by Pauline of New Braunfels Victoria Helen Galvan and husband Gene and Paulette Ortiz and husband David all of New Braunfels Jose fredo and wife Judy of New Braunfels and Melvin and wife Lupc of Bay Texas one Santiago Montanez and wife Rita of New Braun fels thirteen grandchildren twenty eight great grandchil dren and one greatgreat Visitation will begin at noon Thursday at the Zoeller Funeral Home and continue until service time A rosary will be recit ed on Thursday evening at at the funeral Services will be Fri July at in the Zoeller Funeral Home Interment will fol low in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial The family has requested that memori al contributions be given to the charity of ones ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 HOWARD BENSON Howard died July 2005 at the age of A Memorial Service will be conducted July 2005 at the New Braunfels Presbyterian Memorial donations may be given to the Parkin sons Disease the New Braunfels Presby terian Church or to the Texas Lions Doeppenschmidt FUNERAL HOME New Braunfels 830 6253434 DIVERS CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Night search did not find woman right Reynolds He did not identify the The SMART dive a division of the South Hays Fire is a team of law enforcement and emergency medical profes sionals trained in cave and rescue diving and recovery and underwater crime scene Dive Team Commander Dan who is also a sergeant with the San Marcos Police said the SMART team got on the lake at about 10 Tuesday in an attempt to replicate the Saturday night boat trip that ended in The witnesses were talk ing about lights they could see from their boat coming from Overlook Park and the red lights seen near the Misiaszek The best way to see these lights is in the dark from the We attempted to reconstruct the location of the boat on the lake at the time the missing woman entered the water by viewing these series of In a similar search Sunday with an analog sidescan searchers were ham pered by light and water conditions that made it difficult to read the screen of the computer that operated the The night search was easier to Misiaszek The temperature was much the computer screens were there was much less boat the water was calm and we were very happy with the Misiaszek Using a Global Positioning System for navigating in the the SMART team worked a systematic search pattern between Skyline Drive and the One of the problems recov ery divers deal with on Canyon Lake is the very diffi cult terrain on the which is covered with trees and debris left behind when the reservoir was built in the Misiaszek said the digital loaned to SMART by a Houston did a good job of documenting the bot This system worked much better than the analog system that weve used on previous Our techs could clearly see the tree branches and forma tions more than 100 feet down on the lake Misiaszek It was very they didnt see anything that resembled the missing We plan to widen the search area and conduct more the SMART team was headed to Lubbock Wednesday to search for a man missing in a highspeed boat collision on Lake Alan Misiaszek said the side scan sonar is vastly superior to the analog equipment the team has used and is important in terms of diver safety but noted it costs A sonar unit like this one is no longer a luxury for its a Misiaszek Well be having a fund raiser and seeking donations to purchase a digital side scan Slashing suspect arrested in Alaska fishing town By Ron Malonay StaffWriter The suspect in a January throat slash ing incident in New Braunfels has been found in a small Alaska fishing New Braunfels police detective Scott Renken said Robert Troy was taken into custody Wednesday in King McClure was sought after a inci dent in which Kenneth was assaulted in his Cardinal Drive The suspect is being held on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly credit card abuse and unauthorized use of a motor If the aggravated assault charge is a seconddegree felony punishable by two to 20 years in state prison and a The other charges are state jail felonies punishable by six months to two years in a state jail and a Burks suffered a serious throat injury in the and his car and a credit card were reported The vehicle was found abandoned in San Antonio a week after the After he left New McClure caught a working on a fishing Renken He worked his way up and was put off the boat at King Cove and was stuck The only way out was by plane or A local police officer checked McClure out Tuesday evening and found out he was I le had been in town three This we called up there and confirmed they did have him and that we would Renken They placed him in custody and we are making arrangements to get him back to King Cove is located at the Aleutian tip of the Alaskan 625 miles southwest of TRIAL CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Prosecution case to end this week He told me he might come visit for which is why he wanted to know where we but when he didnt show I got a strange she According to all of the states Benavides wanted to hire a hit man to kill Sat terfield to get out of paying in child support every While die toddler was not the subject of the alleged mur der key witness Tina Lawson testified Benavides Samantha Kaderli said the young father would not mind if his son also was Lawson continued her testi mony Wednesday under crossexamination by defense Cantrells questions were aimed directly at Lawsons motive for getting involved with helping New Braunfels Police Department detectives gather evidence in the Hearing that Jonathon Benavides was even thinking about a solicitation for murder turned you right he after getting her to admit she enjoyed watching television crime drama shows Cops and Law and Cantrell also focused on the first recorded conversation between Lawson and which took place after Bena vides met with the undercov er police officer posing as hit man That whole conversation contains you giving Saman tha Childs information you received from he My clients side of the con versation implied she did not know anything about the In the transcript of the projected onto a screen in front of die Childs tells Lawson she has not talked to Benavides since the Lawson proceeds to give details she heard from her Uncle police Mike who was supposed to be in touch with the contract You were furthering the solicitation at this right Cantrell I was trying to find out what she Lawson The portion of the call dis played in the courtroom end ed with Lawson telling Childs she had assured Uncle Mike her friend would not roll on the You made a threatening statement to my he You by your she would be in big even in physical if this plan was not for Lawson insisted she and Childs were just joking telling Cantrell the comments context was obvi ous when listening to the audio Peterson suggested during his opening statement last week Lawson was the perpe trator of die entire keep ing Childs and Benavides involved through threats on their During his crossexamina Peterson questioned Lawsons reason for prevent ing Rust from installing a lis tening device in her home to record all of her conversa Instead of a bug con SECRET CONTINUED FROM Page 1A District plans to release only one name the name of an applicant for the superintendents position is protected from public scruti ny until the board of trustees decides the applicant is a The code does not define the word which could be one or several State Todd R tried to add a defini tion to the exception with House Bill 415 during this years regular legislative ses Baxters bill would have defined a finalist as any candi date who had interviewed with the school board two or more The bill died in committee when the session ended May but might be refiled in future Board President Dan Krueger said CISD patrons likely would be introduced to just one We have in the past con sidered naming two but I think we will probably just name one this he Citizens interested in inves tigating the background of the selected finalist still will have to wait several more weeks to start their After this weeks inter Krueger said board members would narrow the list agaiijufor a round of informal including dinner en gagements with the candi dates and their Krueger said he hoped the finalist would be selected after the dinner meeting Once the finalists identity is board members must wait 21 days before tak ing a public vote on hiring the Between the public revela tion and the board members will research the candidates current job per formance through com munity and district Although he sympathized with frustrated public inter TEXAS CINEMA MARKETPLACE 12 651 Business IH 35 830 625 4400 est in the Krueger said he felt it was more impor tant to make sure applicants did not worry about putting their current jobs in jeopardy by seeking a new If candidates knew their names would be made we much fewer and lower quality Krueger It would destroy our chances of getting a good Despite Kruegers echoed by most proponents of the Open Records Act secrecy surround ing a superintendent search is unique among Texas gov ernment City administrator appli for know their resume becomes public record as soon as it reaches city The superintendent excep tion was added to the govern trolled by police all of Lawsons conversations with Childs were captured with handheld digital Lawson testified she was afraid her children might notice a police presence in the home to install the device and give the subterfuge Peterson speculated her real motive was to control what information the police You had quite a few con versations with Childs that were not correct he Did Samantha call you and say Benavides didnt want to go through with the plan on or about 25 or 26 Lawson told While working as an informant for the police Lawson recorded three conversations with her the only direct evi dence Childs knew about the Waldrip anticipates finish ing the prosecution this week with defense testimony begin ning next Testimony will resume at 9 today when Satterfleld continues her AT A GLANCE State law requires virtually all government actions to be done one exception being the hiring of a school Texas Government Code regarding the hiring of a superintendent says The name1 of anapplicarit11 for the position tendent of a public school dis trict is excepted from the requirements of Section except that the board of trustees must give public notice of the name or names of the finalists being consid ered for the position at least 21 days before the date of the meeting at which a final action or vote is to be taken on the employment of the ment code during the 74th Legislative session in 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