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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung □ Friday, January 12, 1996 D 3 (BridaC Tati Contest ‘Winners One lucky bride at Tuesday’s Bridal Showcase won the grand prize, which was a honeymoon trip to California. The package includes two round-trip tickets from Rennert World Travel to San Francisco on Continental Airlines, and two nights at the Sheraton at Fisherman’s Wharf. Pictured are (I to R) Mary Lynn Logan, from Continental Airlines, winner Heather McMullen, Lois Pritchard, from Continental Airlines, and Judy Young, from Rennert World Travel. Three large door prizes were given away at Tuesday's Bridal Showcase. The prizes were gift certificates redeemable at any of the merchants present at the show. Winners are (I to R) $500—Shannon Maxwell, $250—Diana Lara, and $300—Lynda Herrera and Oscar Madrigal. Police searching for man they believe killed at least three women By JAIME ARON Associated Press Writer Texas Today Ex-Tom Green Treasurer Indicted on 28 Criminal Charges SAN ANGELO, Texas (AP) — Former Tom Green County Treasurer Billie McDaniel has been indicted on 28 criminal charges in connection with an investment scheme that cost the county millions. The indictments that were handed up on Thursday accuse Mrs. McDaniel of tampering with government records and misapplying money form various accounts. Auditors initially said Mrs. McDaniei’s high-risk investments would cost the county $4 million. Projected losses now are pegged at $2.35 million. Mrs. McDaniel, 65, was released from jail on bond Thursday afternoon. She declined to talk to reporters, but her lawyer issued a three-paragraph statement saying she “the victim of a political vendetta” by county officials intent on shifting blame from themselves to her. She retired at the end of 1994 after 16 years in office. Obituaries Vemllla Parker Vemilla Parker, of New Braunfels, passed away at Eden Home on Wednesday, Jan. IO, 1996 at the age of 84. She was bom July 5, 1911 in New Braunfels to Robert and Texanna Wilson and married Julius Parker Sr. on July IO, 1929 in New Braunfels. Her husband preceded her in death in Oct. 1961. A lifetime resident of New Braunfels, Mrs. Parker was a homemaker and a member of Live Oak Baptist Church. Survivors include her sons. General Julius Parker Jr. and wife Dorothy June, of Tucson, Anz., and Louis Parker and wife Esther, of Seguin; brother. Lemon Wilson, of San Antonio; 8 grandchildren; and a niece. Margaret Adams of New Braunfels. A funeral service will be held Saturday, Jan. 13,19% at 2:30 p.m. at the Live Oak Baptist Church with interment following at Comal Cemetery. Rev. Kevin Boston will officiate the service. Visitation will be from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Memorials may be given to Eden Home, Inc. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home and wife Margie, of New Braunfels; sisters-in-law, Elaine Wenzel and husband Hilmar, of New Braunfels, Lonie Gass, of New Braunfels, and Ella Gass, of Kendalia, Texas. A funeral service will be held Saturday, Jan. 13, 1996 at 4 p.m. at Friedens United Church of Christ with interment following at the Lone Oak Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday, Jan. 12, 1996 from IO a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the Zoeller Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Friedens United Church of Christ. Tyki KAI Harris, Muscat Counties Still Squabble Over Saldivar Trial Expanses CORPUS CHRISTI Texas (AP) puneraj Home in New Braunfels for — N»*ces County offM>    Wfc> Informed Hams County and the cly of passe(J away    Jan.    .    1996 Olar R. Davis Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Houston they plan to pay less than one-third of the $90,930 they were billed for expenses of the October murder trial of Selena killer Yolanda Saldivar. County commissioners voted Wednesday in Corpus Christi to offer Hams County $29,620 to settle the account. And, although no action was taken on the city of Houston’s bill for $44,163, Nueces County Judge Richard M. Bore hard is recommending that the city be paid nothing. In a letter sent last week to Harris County Judge Robert Eckles, Bor-chard argued that Harris County’s bill included costs that would have been incurred even if Ms. Saldivar’s trial had not been moved to Houston. “Needless to say, the magnitude of the charges billed to Nueces County for the mal is well above anything we anticipated or budgeted,” Borchard said in his letter. Commlttuu Delays Action on Graduation Changes AUSTIN (AP) — A State Board of Education committee has delayed action on a proposal to strengthen minimum high school graduation standards by adding technology and speech as requirements. Members of the Committee on Students said Thursday that before they vote on the proposal recommended by Education Commissioner Mike Moses, they want time for discussion and more input from teachers and others. An initial vote now is expected next month, with final action possible in April. The proposal would increase the minimum number of credits required for graduation from 21 to 22. Students get a half-credit for each semester of coursework in a particular area. The new requirements would apply to students entering the ninth grade in the 1997-98 school year. Four Candidates Agr## to Porticlpoto In Convention AUSTIN (AP) — Two Republican presidential candidates plan to appear in person and two more via satellite television for next week’s National Issues Convention at the University of Texas. The convention is bringing about 600 people from across the country to UT for a discussion of key issues — the economy, family and role of the nation in the world. HOMf Naomi Huddleston Zimmerman Naomi Huddleston Zimmerman, of Texas City, passed away at her residence Wednesday, Jan. IO, 1996 at the age of 68. She was bom Aug. 3, 1927 in Texas City to Charles and Mattie (Latimer) Huddleston Sr. She was a long-time resident of Texas City, having also lived in Seguin for 20 years and New Braunfels for 2 years. Mrs. Zimmerman had many occupations: a computer programmer with the Combination Agency at ANICO for 12 years; USAA for four years in San Antonio; owner and operator of the Bavanan Ullage and Heidelberg HMle in New Braunfels. She was president of the at Northeast Methodist Hospital in San Antonio at the age of 83. OMI Harry Gass Harry Gass, of New Braunfels, passed away at Eden Home Thursday, Jan. 11,1996 at the age of 76. Survivors include a brother, Raymond Gass and wife Mary, of New Braunfels; brother-in-law, Marvin Hell The Herald-Zeitung is your local news source. Subscribe today by calling 625-9144. 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In New Braunfels, she belonged to the Senior Citizens Organization, Emergency Communication Club and Teen Connection. In Stockdale, Texas, she was an EMT. She was preceded in death by her parents and a^brother. Jack Huddleston. Survivors include her husband, Edwin Fred “Pete” Zimmerman, of Texas City; two sons and daughters-in-law, Edwin Fred and Sherry Zimmerman Jr., and Frank E. and Patti Zimmerman, all of Texas City;, brother, Charlie Huddleston, of Texas City; two sisters, Ruth Coker and Margaret Smith, both of Santa Fe, Texas; 6 grandchildren, Trey Zimmerman, Edwin Fred “Bo” Zimmerman III, Michael and Michelle Zimmerman, Noal Zimmerman, Barbra Zimmerman and Leigh Zavora. A funeral service will be held Friday, Jan. 12, 1996 at 2 p.m. at the James Crowder Funeral Home Chapel in La Marque, with Bishop Steven Morrill officiating. Interment will follow at the Grace Memorial Park cemetery in Hitchcock, Texas. Pallbearers will be Mrs. Zimmerman’s sons and grandsons. Friends may visit the funeral home after 8:30 a m. Friday, Jan. 12, 19%. DALLAS (AP) — Since October, one prostitute a month has been killed in Dallas and nearby Irving. Two were shot, one was stabbed and one was strangled. Each was found in a different location, all far from the others. Yet Dallas police, who have assigned more than 20 officers to the case, are convinced the same person was behind at least three of the slayings. And they fear he is ready to kill again — and not necessarily another prostitute. “We feel there’s a great danger out there to the public,” said Dallas homicide Sgt. Larry Lewis, a leader of a multidivisional task force aimed at catching the suspect, who remained at large Thursday. “He’s apparently murdering people for no motive. It’s an indication that he could be killing for recreation. When you have that type of individual on the streets, everybody is in danger.” Lewis didn’t want to jeopardize the case by divulging too many details about links between the seemingly unrelated cases, but he guaranteed the evidence is convincing. “I will say there’s some aspects in the physical evidence we’re examining,” Lewis said, declining to reveal whether that evidence involved the condition of the corpses or items found at the scene. The first victim, 3 I-year-old Lacheke Grandberry of Irving, was found strangled Oct. 6 along an overgrown path on a northwest Dallas nature trail. On Dec. 3, 32-year-old Alysia ‘He’s apparently murdering people for no motive. It’s an indication that he could be killing for recreation.’ — Sgt. Larry Lewis Dallas homicide officer Beasley was found stabbed to death in a West Dallas park. Last Friday, city workers found the body of 23-year-old Ida Gee along the side of a South Dallas road. She had been shot to death. The possible fourth victim, Staci Terrell, 25, was found shot in the head behind a retirement village on Nov. ll. “We feel the strongest about (the link between) the ones that have occurred in Dallas,” Lewis said. “We can’t make a direct determination yet (on the Irving case). We feel very strongly about it, though.” Irving police did not immediately return a call from The Associated Press on Thursday seeking comment. HEY KIDS ...Another Great... Teen Dance! sponsored by KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Council #4183 111 Landa Street 7-1 lpm Doors open 6:30 Lock in Dance Admission S5.00 Grades 5-8 only •^Frw V > Throwing ^ Contest sySr- DANCE DATE: Friday. Jan. 12 Crosscountry DJ. 5 “Sr. HOI 4T Pizza Available! HNT Babies On Parade Deadline to submit baby photos is Wednesday, 'January 17, 199GSH Remember the special times of this first year by including your baby’s picture. Children, Grandchildren, Nieces, Nephews, and any child special to you that was born in 1995. A panel of unbiased judges will pick the most attractive picture to be printed on the cover of the tabloid, one boy & girl runner-up will appear in the centerfold. Trophies will be awarded to the Grand Prize Winner & each runner-up. Babies need not have been born in this area. Bring your favorite child’s photo to the Herald-Zeitung office, 707 Landa St., Monday thru Friday between 8:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. or mail coupon below with photo and $18.00 to the Herald-Zeitung, P.O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131-1328. Proof of child’s name, birth date, and parents’ names will be required to enter the contest. DEADLINE TO SUBMIT PHOTOS and information IS 5:QQ CJT!. January 17. 1996. Please make sure your name and phone number is on the back of the photo. You may pick up your baby’s picture anytime during office hours after Monday, January 29,1996. At this time you will receive one FREE copy of Babies on Parade. Additional copies will be available for $1 OO. This year’s edition will appear in the Herald-Zeitung on Sunday, January 28, 1996 and in the Times-Guardian and the Advisor on January 31, 1996. lf you would like for your business, club or organization to be included in Babies on Parade contact the Classified Advertising Dept, at 625-9144, before 3:00 p.m., January 16, 1996. Sponsored by the Herald-Zeitung, the Times-Guardian and the Advisor. Please leaves xmdSl    SILSkffiiSShSs" e"rnaT .    we    need    additional    intormaltafL ^Baby’s name   —- bate of Birth_Place    of    Birth- [Weight at Birth_ ‘ om & Dad’s name randparents name G .Length at Birth I ;