New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas
New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Thursday, June 13,1985
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But, “we did it by shovel, rather than water,” he said.
At 2 p.m. Wednesday, three county road crew workers had gone as far as the backhoe could go, Harborth said. Deputies returned at 6 p.m. with shovels and picks and dug through more clay on the sides of the pit.
Harborth said said the psychic was used as a last resort in the Ranft case because all other leads to date had been exhausted. He said the psychic may be used in future investigations.
“If some other case comes up, we’ll try him,” Harborth said. "He said he only has a 20 percent success rate, but 20 is better than nothing.
“We gave it a shot and now we have to try something else.”
★ Grand Jury.
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But Democratic leaders claimed Congress was overreacting to the Ortega trip and leading the country closer to war in Nicaragua.
"Funding the Contras is not an alternative to intervention, it is an avenue to intervention,” said Rep. Ix;e Hamilton, D-Ind., House Intelligence Committee chairman. “It
puts the congressional stamp of approval on the Contras and their goal of overthrowing the Sandinista government.”
"The House action is tantamount to a declaration of war against the government of Nicaragua,” said Bill Alexander, D-Ark., deputy majority whip.
"You can almost smell the gun
powder,” said Rep. Ted Weiss, D-N.Y.
Blanch R. McGraw
Services for Blanch R McGraw, 85, of New Braunfels will be at ll a.in. Thursday at the Restland Funeral Home in Dallas. She will lie in state there from 5 this afternoon to
10 a.rn. Thursday She died on June
11 in Kerrville. She was born on July 16, 1899, in Applesprings, Tex., and was affiliated with the Methodist church.
Survivors include her daughter, Mary Rawson of New Braunfels; four grandchildren, and three greatgrandchildren.
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Grimes Funeral Home in Kerrville.
Mrs. Maria Guadalupe Flores
Services for Mrs. Maria Guadalupe Flores of 1058 Dunlap Lajop will begin at 3:45 p.m. Friday at Morales Funeral Home, and continue at Our I^ady of Perpetual Help Church. Father Joe Audit will officiate, and burial will be in Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery. Mrs Flores, 43, died at her residence at 5:04 a m. on June 12. She was born on June ll, 1942 in New Braunfels to Arturo and Maria Torres. She married Raul Flores here on March 3,1962. She was a lifetime resident of New Braunfels, and worked as a seamtress at a clothing factory. She was also a member of Our I .ady of Perpetual Help Church Survivors include her husband, Baul Flores; daughters, Rose Marie Flores, Melisa Ann Flores and Rozanna Flores, all of New Braunfels; sisters, Dora Searnato of San Antonio, Irma Gutierrez of Schertz, and Ofelia Gutierrez, Ernestina Torres, Aurora Garcia, Anita Silva
and Diamantina Moreno, all of New Braunfels; and three grandchildren.
A rosary will be recited at 7:30 tonight at the Morales Funeral Home Chapel.
Elton O. Lehmann
Services for Elton O. lx?hmann of 767 Encino will be at IO a m. Friday at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, with the Rev. Patrick Flanagan of New Braunfels officiating. His body will be buried in Sts. Peter and Paul Mausoleum.
I a-limann, 64. died at 8:45 p m. June
II at McKenna Memorial Hospital. The son of Otto and Marie (nee Noltei Ixdunann, he was born on Sept. ll, 1920 in Schmannsville. He married Helen (nee Heitkamp) IxTimann on Feb. 4, 1984 in New Braunfels. He was a veteran of World War II, and served in the United States Army for 25 years before his military retirement. He was a member of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, V.F.W. Post No. 7110, German American Club, Marsch and Wandergruppe, Solms Bowling Club and the Barbarossa Bowling Club.
He is survived by his wife, Helen Lehmann; mother, Marie Wallhoefer, both of New Braunfels; daughters, Sara Jo Snodgrass and Susan Casteter, both of Austin, and Mary Ray Wilson and Karen Cook, both of New Braunfels; step-sister, Vera Joyce Koepp of New Braunfels; brother, Reno Ixjhmann of Austin; and seven grandchildren.
There will be a wake service at 7 tonight at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home.
His remains will lie in state there until 8:30a.in. Friday.
MemoriaLs may be given to the Sts. Peter and Paul Building Fund or the American Cancer Society.
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to a child. The indictment alleged the offense occurred on Sept. 25, 1984, when he hit a child younger than 15 years old in the face and head with his fists.
Andrew Medellin of 2136 Interstate 35 East No. 13, was indicted on two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child, involving a girl younger than 17 years old last February.
Driving While Intoxicated — subsequent offense indictments were returned against Marceline Apriza Robledo of Route 6, Box 695 No. 4, New Braunfels, and Don Charles Ritter of 1211 Rivercrest.
Others indicted were Floyd Lee Cunningham of Route 6, Box 478, New Braunfels, for aggravated assault with serious bodily injury; John Duane Olson of Route 6, Box 582, New Braunfels, for indecency with a child; and George Garcia Mendoza of 1011-B West Court, Seguin, for theft of property by
One individual indicted for welfare fraud and two others for aggravated assault wih a deadly weapon Wednesday had not been arrested, as of presstime today.
The Grand Jury no-billed Amado Cesar Garza and Umber M. Khawaja before ending its session Wednesday.
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