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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 26, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Canyon Lakeiclvcrtisinq or subscription information, cull 625-9144 (Motro) 606-0046 MO 16 10/22. micropubl VANDE LL. DR * TX 79903- /99 ISHING fs,« .vtpr jr.    ;*; ;• ,\w ■ v'    * ■Vol. 142, No. 208 iii i«|i: 142 ymraBHome of DONNY ORIS By CRAIQ HAMMETT Staff Writer th* WttMMitfp The New Brauifrls Herald-Zetotng extends tho following birthday wishes to; Earl Ac Jot- JkgMm TmbmIIa: Ma## Milfe VpU ivHrmi xfiMv lYwMf nnc ygyi KOCp^    6th! Sflt mtlayX Doaoy Ortiz, Maryana tra^niPaMmu^u^ ThMMtPUv.Jr. (13 years!), ■alii KmA borates Alvarez (TWX De^yMh, Glo. riot Blotto; Gerald Carter; Carbyl Kifcmj; Noram ThHgra, Loofa Achterbcrg (MdfadX Ufan Young (betel. tdX Early voting has begun on a SHS million bood inue in the; Comal Independent School District, and turnout is aboutai’ expected, district officials say. “As of yesterday, voting was real light, only 170 votes over I three thy** CISD Finance Director Abel Cunpoa said Thursday.* ‘f ‘Today, we basically doubled it ” Campos said 352 votes had been cast thus far. In a bood* ; election in May 1993,1,000 voters filed early ballots. “Right now. voting is as expected,” he said. T expect toward' the end of early voting things will pick up.** The early voting will continue until Tuesday, Sept 6, with the exception of Labor Day, Sept. 5, at five tendons. Those toes?*%^ tions are: the QSD Central Office, Bulverde Elementary, BOI ' Brown Elementary, Comal Elementary, and Mountain Vafiey I Elementary. The locations are open Monday through Fridays \ from 8 tm. to 5 p.m.    .♦*£' Unlike the Sept IO election date, early voters can vote at any *’I of the five locations, itganfiess of the precinct in which they thin; *; On election day, however, voters must vote in the county precinct listed on their voter registration card. The bond would cover the construction of two intenaedhja: ■ schools (5th and 6th gradeX one in the Canyon Lake am apd; ■ one in the Smithson Valley ama. The old Canyon Middte School' would also be converted to a new intermediate school. Renovafaong include seven cafeteria expansions, three library* • expansions, and mechanical and electrical renovations at seven schools For tickets, call Nevada judge gives death row inmate reduced sentence : 9 Man convicted of killing Canyon l^Hce woman negotiates reduced life sentence TteConfllODate Amite# — ’"‘fivteCLOJ OARCtA ■aal Lm(H of Women Voen    smwm? will kick off it, rcood yew with a picnic in Lands Park on Thursday, Aug. 25 ta 7 pjn. Amity tnrf tHewAnf the league am invited to bring a potluck dhh and lawn chairs to enjoy the covert in the park. jJtSeSSSmSSiS"^ their smiles on their faces. If people could just see how they respond to it** jpininof gnd OthpgjnwV New The 1994 Geri (fames kicked offThursday at Comal Bowl far    Pt*+>y*rimn nam* wining tipi local tenters competing for prizes in New Braunfels* venten of    Bvents on Smutdsy begin with balloon volleyball st 10 a.m. at the Senior Olympics.    Canyon M*'Vn» School The gmet include bowling, wheelchair nee, and tem cm-    Qoang cementa we teed fa 2 p.m. wha ewer# end ne- petitions like volleyball.    pMes will be tended out. Games Chairperson Iris Bowden said local    mtirament cen-    Bowden mid there would    be between 75-1 OO participants tea Vista Village, Eden Heights and nursing    hornet Colonial    pmpfHng Manor, Eden Home and Kirkwood Manor are paitidparing in the    -ft** time oorauming and busy," she said while she gave fanes    otdeatooneofhcrssristants.    Bowden then finisted her thought Bowden mid the grates are to build selfeteeem in New Braun- by saying, ^ it’s well worth it." fell' older chteau.    Bowden invites the public to come out and support the com- "h’st grate feeling to be part of it," she said. "You get to see petiton. From wire reports CARSON CITY, Nevada (AF)—Attorneys far a convicted murderer who has been on death row far 17 yoi— longer thai any other Nevsde prison inmate — have negotiated a radacad fyntffnr* of life without pflfiNf parole. Henry DeulaolMr got |*mmmmfipmraraM the death penalty in ■SmraAiramraarairaHHil 1977 fcr kflfiog Darina Joyce Miller, 37, a touria ftom Cogon Lake, who wa hemen with a RMhand aradid hi Lm Vega. Teeth marks on her body notched Deutscher*t bite. After yctesofappeals drat leached the U.S. Supreme Court twice, Deutecher finally woo a new penalty hearing. dark County Chief Deputy Diatnet Attorney Mel Hermon, who promoted Deutscfacr In 1977, wss isrigned to the erne fcr the new tearing. Bul he want sure he could convince a jury that Dmmrterd—anted the death penalty given his poor health. *life Ira ira appeared to have treated him too kindy,” he mid of Deutsche, S3, who now uses a wheelchair. “He’s aged. He’snotf^ng "t—tyfrf*—tut—h** whan we had the trial.** When FitzSimmons, one of Deutscher*s attorney, heard Hannon might be wilttng to negotiate a arnement of fat case, ate contacted    pt** yte Wednesday. "This could have dragged on forever” she mid. **We dedd-cd to offer life without, and he (Hannon) tempted it,” Ms. FinSimfrffg gjdi fie agreemsa should be pew*In poult soon far approval. Deutscterwona new penalty hearing ruling by the 9th UA Circuit Court of Appeals. Twice betorn, ttewpeala court had ruled in favor of DauiMhir, md twice the rant took the erne to the U J. IgmN Conn, vkfah overturned the lower court. But Chief Deputy Agotaey Gemol Dodd Smnowted mid the nob didst believe it oould win agria in atafariRppml to the UA Supreme Court. WotMn will hold hctdguar- Roger* Mute Cot (354 Lands). Gumts am welcome. Concomod gMniw to A meeting of CMiMfifrMl ctti* mas of Comal County and the city of New Braunfels will be held Saturdey, Aug. 27 at the (^mty fknjff (Nttfriw Carnet; 655 Unde St M«ltt #ltea whelm taw UuOT Will De KM6 IO OltCUM a wide of1safety of togim far which Hay'-ta eoneerited. Anyone intereetod may contect PhyUuSehertz at 609-1353. ptote by MARK LYON Dont mins Mil *04, n comprehensive preview of fen 1004 high school football season in Comal County, in Sundaes edition of th# New BreunMe Heraki-Zeitung. Football 94 ie a 'cant mice* tor local high achoo! football tans vrtio want to know who’s who on tho gridiron forth* Smithson Vaftey Rangers, Canyon Cougars, New Braunfels Unicorns and Marion Bulldogs. Football WI is a mutt road for any local tan. Catch it an and more in Sunday's Hemld-Zoitung! By TECLO J. GARCIA    about if t*M* penalties for    ptayed rime to whia wbtffo pr^hfpt    burincmm who nm arith Staff Writer    breaking it, Patricia Hohertz, Texas    am purchmed.    minora,** Handea mid. 1 ■'    Department of Health ptogiim ape-    New Braunfels Chief of Folio# Dick    nteheourburiame comm State health officials began a dalite, arid.    Heeder* ited although his often will    Headea also said he renewed push this week to enforce a "At fats time, we ara empMring auto sum everyone has their rigna emphariaofmnmhantii law which prohibita tobacco product the    pattee ffb* of    prritH. they bt wot pf    ""T1* pf    requirement of CD's, aalrn to thorn under ll yearn of Age.    minors,** she said.    disrespect any focal butemsM."    A look lam avernal loc All budnmei th* tell tobccco in Ako (tam ten teeter yellow “My portion ti th* I ta* no lim- knlobecwpmtekte Comal Corny wmmlM Item*,    ngm waring th, few th* mu* be di*    mc in making mund trying to fled    mdmpUyug thengrn ;