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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, June 17, 1994 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ 3 A Today's weather drawing is by Marie Butcher, a second grader at Mountain Valley Elementary. Today’s weather Partly cloudy and hot with a 20 percent chance of showers through Saturday. The high Friday will be in the mld*90s, with an overnight low in the rn id-70s. The high Saturday will be in the mid-90s with a low In the lower 70s. Water watch Canyon Lake.............NA Inflow...................NA Outflow.................NA Edwards Aquifer.. .626.05, same Comal Springs 340, same Pollen count Type    Count    Condition Molds 580.......moderate Hackberry. .0..........- Mulberry.. .0.......... Grasses... 13...........light Weeds 38...........light Pollen County courtesy of Frank Hampel Jr. MD Solar & lunar data Sun rises at 6:34 a.m., sets at 8:30 p.m. Friday. Moon rises at 2:35 p.m. Friday, sets at 1:42 a.m. Saturday. Obituary Ellen Doerr Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels for Ellen Doerr, who Molly's River Road General Store • Home of - The "O" ±CES Patio June 15th - Phil Stevens June 16th - Blues Farm June 17th - Two Way Street June 18th - Revival Bro. Now open on The Patio Thurs. nights ll BIRL BL Music 9:30*1:30 • Open 'till 2am it TKsees Timde* ais Twu St*** it 620-RAFT David Koresh followers speak out in court By KELLEY SHANNON Associated Press Writer died at Nesbit Nursing Home in Seguin on Thursday June 16, 1994 at the age of 79 years. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home SAN ANTONIO (AP) — For weeks during their federal trial, disciples of d(X)msday preacher David Koresh sat silently and listened while their attorneys fought for their freedom. Not this time. Eight Branch Davidians convicted in connection with the shuting deaths of four federal agents again arc before U.S. District Judge Walter Smith, who planned to sentence them today. And this time the Davidians arc having their say. Some have rebuked Smith and the legal system. Others have talked more about themselves, describing their per sonalities and saying they want to spend as little time as possible in prison and then get on with their lives. “We arc innocent — absolutely, without a doubt whatsoever. We know we arc innocent,” defendant Livingstone Fagan defiantly said Thursday, as a courtroom spectator shouted “Amen” and several audience members burst into applause. Some Davidians cited Bible verses and spoke of Koresh’s teachings. “I hope, Judge Smith, that you have a squeaky clean record. I hope you can stand before God and I hope you have everything right because we’re all going to stand before God,” said defendant Renos Avraam. Former DEA agent: North knew about drug trafficking By CHIP BROWN Associated Press Writer AUSTIN (AP) — Former Marine Lt. Col. Oliver North, who has been nominated by the Republican Party of Virginia as its candidate for U.S. Senate, knew that pilots he hired to assist Contra rebels were smuggling cocaine into the United States, a former federal agent says. Cclcrino ‘‘Cele” Castillo, who was a supervisory agent for the Drug Enforcement Administration in El Salvador, said no action was taken even though he told a U S ambassador to El Salvador and thcn-Vicc President George Bush in 1986 about the drug smuggling in North’s Contra supply operation in Nicaragua. “Oliver North was running the operation His pilots were known drug traffickers listed in government files and these people were being given U.S. visas,” Castillo said Thursday in a telephone interview' with The Associated Press. Castillo’s account was first told to The Texas Observer, a 10,000-circulation bi-monthly magazine which will carry the story in its June 17 issue North, denies Castillo’s allegations. “It’s totally garbage, absolutely, IOO percent untrue," said North spokesman Dan McLagan "I think he’s trying to sell books, make money. It's a nutty conspiracy theory' with not one scintilla of truth " WANTED: EYEWITNESS TO ACCIDENT ON JUNE 9, 8:00 AM ON IH 35 Across from Carden Ridge Pottery, involving small Grey Toyota Truck. WE DESPERATELY NEED TO FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR CHILD. LARRY OR LYNN:651-5154 (COLLECT) . a a. a. a a a a a. a. a. a. a a. a    .a. a. a a. a. a. a. a. a a a a a1 But the last Davidian to address the court, soft-spoken Graeme Craddock, told Smith he never intended to hurt anyone and asked that the judge give him “credit” for telling the truth and cooperating with authorities after a 51 -day standoff at Koresh’s compound ended. “I certainly had no wish or desire for any of those agents to be injured,” Craddock said. “I’m not a person who likes violence. I’m not a person who would harm anyone. That’s just my nature.” Seven of eight defendants addressed the court during a sentencing hearing Thursday. Defendant Ruth Riddle did not speak. Jurors on Feb. 26 cleared all 11 defendants on trial of the most serious murder and murder conspiracy charges, which carried life prison sentences. Three defendants were acquitted of all charges. The Davidians were charged for their roles in the Feb. 28, 1993, shootout near Waco between Koresh’s sect and agents of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, who raided Korcsh’s religious compound to search for illegal weapons and to arrest Koresh. HAPPY BIRTHDAY JAMIEI Adopt a Friend for LHO, Call the Humane Society Animal Shelter at 629* 5287. WE LOVE Family Day at The Park! Free Hot Dogs & Drinks Cnn9 West (til they're gone) CNO Seymour Presents: "What is a Father Like?" Landa Park area ilArE (across from playground) , .across from playground] Saturday June 18 12pm • 4pm <**>, „Gam, es Tree of Life J-eCCotvsfiip Fat/ier Sa% Catch 30-70% Savings Buy Direct from 31 Designer Outlet Stores • • • Bring the family and stay all day!! Register to win a GULF COAST FISHING TRIP to PORT ARANSAS for Dad and guest! Winner will be announced June 20. Games and drawings for prizes throughout the day on June 18 & 19. Wear your favorite fishing cap & receive a free shopping bag from the Mail Office. tex oft Att Boats Q\sp\aV _ a ,une and. lune XI 19 Listen for more information about father's Oay on htsaAlsso: Sew* a TANGER Factory Outlet Center /> 1-800-4 TANGER San Marcos • 1-35, Exit 200 • (512) 396-7444 IOURS: Monday-Saturday, 9-9 & Sunday, 11-61 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Lantern part 5 Dalai — 9 Volcano s output 14 Woodworking tool 15 Currier and — 16 Cash slang 17 Kill 18 Masculine 19 Metropolitan 20 Maybe 22 Go on the lam 24 Leaves out 26 Bruce — of martial arts 27 Climbed 30 One-fourth of a circle 35 Pilgrim settler John — 36 Stray dogs 37 One trip around the sun 36 Radio buff 39 Dashes 42 Old French coin 43 Flower 45 Listeners need 46 Weaving machines 48 Chenille item 50 Jack-m-the— 51 Hurried 52 Like a porcupine 54 Desirous of water 58 Piece 38 ir is 69 62 Make into cloth 63 Actor Sharif 65 Predator s victim 66 Basks idly 67 Bath powder 68 Composer Stravinsky 69 Cold-water fish 70 Several 71 Ice-cream — DOWN 1 Hornet 2 At rest 3 Russian emperor 4 Place to eavesdrop 5 Clear 6 Sea captain s command 7 Director Brooks 8 On the ocean 9 Entertained 10 Magic 11 “King of the Road' 12 Spirited self-assurance 13 Make smooth 21 Prayer endings 23 Use dynamite on 25 Country Pentlemen ormer title in India 15 MT (51 TO" PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED MCGHAN llamas hmm mromam asaron aaa anama aammuaamm assn aam aurous mama asuamsa romaamra mnmasa mumsm nsmas mam amas mantas nsrau nss (Alumna nanaa anoura® massns aromatous uaau smarou mam sass saaaoamsa omusm aaa umauis cismaa ass aaaas amass 6 17 94 © 1994 United Feature Syndical* 28 Nurse Barton 29 Confess 31 Vases 32 Fable writer 33 Singer — Judd 34 Confidence 36 Popular seafood 40 Laborers 41 Hurled 44 Dry up 47 — Games 49 Most unusual 50 Drill through 53 Religious song 54 Leather-working tools 55 Group of players 56 Mist 57 Little kids 59 Therefore 60 Gas in signs 61 Phoenician city 64 — Zedong TS" W 126 TO Ti 12 TT 142" 168 CXI IKA Lj CIT f IO    Call for Answers • Touch lone or Rotary Phones o I UIVI ILL/ .    1-900-454-3535    ext    code 500 • a* per mi minute ;