New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 38

About New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

  • Publication Name: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung
  • Location: New Braunfels, Texas
  • Pages Available: 250,382
  • Years Available: 1952 - 2013
Learn More About This Publication


  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 16, 1985

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 16, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 410    M053    10/22/85    277 M I tROPLEX I NC. MIrCH WOMBLE P „ IJ, ELJ X 4' -I Ai DALLAS7 TX 75245 David DeLemos NBHS Val Darlene Scribner NBHS Sal. Sandra Foerg CHS Val. Elgin Froboese    Naomi    Williams CHS Sal.    SVHS    Val. Susan Gibbs SVHS Sal.Inside I2f FOR (EN PRO) I I AGAINST (EN CONTRA)Water WatchGrand Jury re-indicts murder suspects By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Re-indictments issued Wednesday against two men charged with capital murder now list the names of the murdered man and two robbery victims. Rodolfo Baiza Hernandez and Jesse Garibay Jr., both of San Antonio, had already been indicted twice on capital murder charges since the gangland-style shootings of five Mexican nationals occurred on March 7 off FM 1863. The first set of indictments only listed the dead man as Victor Cervan, and the second set included his full name, Victor Manuel Serrano Cervan. But a third set of indictments became necessary after a pre-trial hearing for Hernandez on Monday Defense attorney John Chunn asked 274th District Court Judge Fred Moore to quash the indictment against Hernandez, because the name- of the robbery victim (or victims) wasn't printed en the indictment. Chunn also sought to have the case dismissed, and Hernandez discharged from jail. Judge Moore agreed to quash the indictment, but said he did not find it to be ‘fundamentally defective.” He ordered Hernandez be bound over” until a grand jury could re-indict him. The judge s ruling also applied to Garibay s case, which was scheduled Monday for pre-trial matters after Hernandez A Comal County Grand Jury re-indieted the pair Wednesday, and the new set of indictments list Cervan and one of the survivors, Adolpho Mata, as robbery victims. Mata, 16, was shot In the right temple, hand and under his arm. Cervan died hours after the attack with one gunshot wuund to his upper J cst and three to the heck-throat area. I'he other three survivors Rafael Negrete Perez. See GR WD JI KY, Page 16New Braunfels    Thursday May 16, 1985 25 Cents 16 Pages Loeffler hires top Gramm aide Man jailed for school break-in By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer \ 28-year old New Braunfels man is back behind bars today after he was arrested Wednesday for burglarizing Mountain Valle) School sometime last weekend James < ’. Claxton of Star Route 2, Whitewater Sports, was charged w ith burglar} >•? \ building, and placed on $20,000 bond by Justice »f the Peace Howard 'Curly” Smith IL w.i*-arrested around 5:30 p.m Wednesday at Whitewater Sports by Comal County Sheriff’s Ll Rudy Rubio, Investigator George Gonzales and Deputy Mike Doerr ’A'.* executed a -parch warrant .it where Ste w Laving, and recovered an electric typewriter arid a tape re< *i ier reported stolen from Mountain V ti ley School, * Rubio said He added Unit tile nirglar> occurred M»melim»- tH«tw»*,»n Ma) JO .tnt) Ma\ 13 Mr ( laxton was hung some canoe repair w wk w hen we arrested him, < lonzaie said I Ic Ofered us no resistance ' At the time of his arrest Wednesday Claxton was out on bond for two house burglaries at 310 Lakeview Terrace • »n Jan 24 .mil at 19 See Bl Kl .LARY, Page 16 Death toll 11 in MOVE bombing PHILADELPHIA *AP    The police assault that incinerated at least ll people in the fortress >*t the radical cult MOVE came under official attack and was targeted bs lawsuits, but the mayor again defended the raid and a poll indicated he had strong public suppoi t Police and fire investigators, assisted by federal weapons agents, found guns, ammunition, a mortar and a basement bunker Wednesdav while searching rubble iron) the MOVE house, which burned aith 'HI others after officers bombed the home s roof top bunker on Monday Police also found die remains of five bodies Wednesday, bringing the toil to ll: four children and seven adults. They estimated that up to 15 people were in the house belonging to the cult organization that espouses a back-to-nature, anti-establishment philosophy Amid the MOVE debris. a charred, soaked tablet bore the message “The cops will be coming for us. Don’t be impressed by their numbers. Pick them out one by one ” Police, armed with warrants for four of the radicals, assaulted die house on Monday with bullets, water hoses, lear gas and finally a two-pound bomb The ensuing fire left homeless at least 255 people w ho had been evacuated Nunda) ■\s the homeless began trying lo rebuild their lives, criticism mounted U.S. Civil Rights Commissioner Mary Frances Berry said she may consider asking the commission to investigate the assault on the MOVE row house Two lawsuits were filed on behalf of the homeless One, filed in U.S. District Court, alleged that the damage is twice the city estimate of $5 million and named Mayor W Wilson Goode, cit) Managing Director Leu Brooks and Police Commissioner Gregore Sambor. It was filed by attorney Richard Greenfield The second suit. filed by attorney Anthony Dennis Jackson in Common Pleas Court, seeks $10 million in damages. It names GiM>de, Sambor, Gov. Dick Thornburgh and the unidentified helicopter crew that dropped the bomb. State Rep. Hardy Williams, a Democrat representing the neighborhood, called for the i e-agnation of Brooks, a former Army major general who directed the assault. ”1 haven’t got anything against Sec MOVE, Page 16 WASHINGTON (AP) Republican Congressman Tom Ixieffler has taken a giant step toward a race for governor next year by hiring the man who engineered Phil Gramm’s successful campaign for the U.S. Senate last year. Richard McBride has been named director of Ixieffler’s committee “to explore the possibility of a gubernatorial bid in Texas,” a spokeswoman in Loeffler’s congressional office said Wednesday. Democratic incumbent Gov. Mark White is up for re-election next year. “Richard McBride is one of the top political hands in Texas and I’m proud to have him on my team,” Ixieffler, R-Hunt, said in a statement released by his office. McBride, who lives in Round Rock near Austin, could not be reached for comment Wednesday afternoon. Before running Gramm’s campaign, he was a political coordinator for the National Republican Party. Ixieffler was elected to Congress in 1978. Before that, he was a congressional liaison officer under President Ford and chief legislative counsel to then-Senator John Tower. According to friends, Ixieffler is willing to give up his steady climb up the Republican leadership ladder in See LOEFFLER, Page 16 Dreary morning Headlights illuminate the rain as it falls    Today's forecast ( alls for a repeat per    predicting ram for (hi downtown during a recent shower.    formance, as the Weather Service was    Friday Top 2 chosen at high schools Comal County’s three high schools have named their valedictorians and salutatonans of their 1985 graduating classes. Smithson Valley High School valedictorian will be Naomi Wiliams with 99 02 grade point average, and salutatonan will be Susan Gibbs with a 97.32 average. Canyon High School valedictorian will be Sandra Foerg with 97,918 average, and salutatonan will be Elgin Froboese with 97,52 average. New Braunfels High School valedictorian will be David del^smos with 97.78 average, and salutatonan will be Darlene Scribner with 97.07 average. DeLemos, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert del^emos, made all-district in football both his senior and junior year, and went to the state meet in track. He also participates in the student council and belongs to the National Honor Society. For his senior year, deUmos has been taking a full slate of honors and advanced courses, including calculus and honors English, to prepare for attending the University of Texas. Scribner, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Scribner, made her grades while working 2D hours a week and more at a fast food restaurant here She started working last year with 35 hours a week, but I ve been cutting back this year. sin* said. The NBHS salutatonan lacked the time to get involved in extra curricular activities while working, but she did manage to get off to attend a few football games homecoming and die game against Canyon, she said. “I plans to attend the University of Dallas. It’s a small private school and that’s what I was looking for,” Scribner said, “but I’m not sure what my major will be. I had thought about history, maybe pre-law,” Williams, a member of the Smithson Valley High School Stage Band for four years, won the Louie Armstrong Jazz Award this year for outstanding jazz musician. She has played the piano for nine years. The SVHS valedictorian belongs to the National Honor Society and serves as president of the Science Club and secretary of the Math Club The daughter of Mr and Mrs. D R, Williams of Bulverde. Williams plans See TOP 2, Page 16Bond endorsement The l oniaI ISI) bond issue gets two votes of confidence in the Herald /eftung today See Pages 4 and 6Today s Weather It will stay partly cloudy today with a 20 percent chance of rain today, a 40 percent chance tonight, and a >0 percent chance tomorrow Afternoon highs will reach 85 with overnight lows dropping to 70. Yesterday’s high w as 83 and this morning’s low was 70, Sunset today is at 8:17 p in. and sunrise Friday will be .it 6:37 am.Top rookie NEW YORK AP) Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls was named the National Basketball Association Rookie of the Year today, outselling Houston Rockets center Akeem Clapwort 57 L to 20L votes. Jordan, who finished third in the NBA iii scoring and fourth in steals, led Chicago into the playoffs for the first time since 1981. He also was credited with having a major impact on the Bulls’ attendance. Unicorns sweep; Cougars eye Eagles Details in Sports Coni ll Hi, hi Cl' .un inflow Canyon Dam outflow I (1v\ lids Aquifer C it ,i in I aku Ifivf*i CANYON LAKE 250 •same) 369 et I ai 31 44. Sam# 624 46 mown 07 902 38 (down 02! 3 CLASSIFIED 12 15 COMICS 11 CROSSWORD 9 DEAR ABBY 9 DEATHS _2 HOROSCOPE 2 KALEIDOSCOPE 9 OPINIONS 4 SCRAPBOOK IO SPORTS •*7 STOCKS 2 TV LISTINGS 11 WEATHER 2 ;