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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Social Security recipients to get , Page 3ANew Braunfels /IV vol 134 No m Brad s oil Change Servi< e on da street is not repeat net giving awa> (ret* oil changes to ('cmFund contributors of V.*** or more What Bt ad s is doing is taking $5 off the price of oil changes fot loo S o plus dtmors *vho ss ti I In* selected random l> at the end of the fund raising campaign V*»* reported that tho ser VKI* would offer fre** oil changes bul that s not the case The price of an average on change is about SJI* so >ou can figure or getting a SJO valu*- for about J percent off if sour name is among those < to hors drawn The Great Pumpkin will be at New Braunfels main plaza sunday from immki until 2 p rn to pose for picture*" with Indicts as purl of the Downtown Asms laiKtn s pumpkin i arsing contest Parents who pas S2 tor a Polaroid snap shot will get the photo and know that their 12 is go mg to t 'omFund Bv the was Mayor George Ert«en Herb Mark arni Marlene soorter are 'die judges for the contest For more information call I huck Haller or whoever answers tf*e phone at SJR ik»l Bv the wd> Seidel Camera store is supplving the film gratis st) all you have to do is bring sour kidlet a 12 bill or equivalent and ast say v bees* bov VV ill tam P ( lements has ttrrv »nv Med to the Heritage v* <e tv s Heritage h vhtbll Benefit hap evening tat js ] br inv it at am was ham! delivered to Gov BUI by Kristina smith Heritage sot lety director Arlene Sedgwick Heritage Exhibit chairwoman wrote the jver st mal note to the he and wife Kit.* Hap Harold will t<r thee though the' wet en or able gie d and Mrs too even the ‘Sing ( ajun or Utuisiun to Hie party disti and I»r in 707LandaSt New* Braunfels Texas 78130 (USPS 377-800) 512-625-9144 FridayOctober 23 198725 CentsThree Sections 28 pages Blinders’ beauties Justin Wilson    tv**t    from I*** Mara He I* actua l* at Ar karts.*-hat ac * tv g *t a )**t as a par si that s laHiistana for countv agrw ultural a get it rn the late 'w^.tv and acquired an av * ent througft working with the folks in places m-i row lev w til* h .s on** of those pl a* es where the native" eat any thing There are U tunis <*ut <(utlr a few native laiuisianans living in New Hraunfei. ar**! t o til a1 * <* prof tabu las a use lf rev smelled a river or tao wtwn n*t*v head***! west ais) some of them are or guru/mg a culinary event < ajun st vie Vita tog the I .out "I a nan." wfio are involved are Jim Mar** nard Houma Judv I andrv Lafayette Jim Wet»re Baton Rouge Jim s< timidt actually a lex an t *ut one wtni (las ( atlas* o sauce in his soul ami other* wflo may or may rn>t fiave itM»s«*n to let their black water or piney woods roots Im* know ii Any way ltM*ir will ta* an organizational mel ting at > in p in Nov J2 (Hit we don t klMiw where ye* We ll let vou know later I he idea is tot all area I anosmia folks ami Hieir Texas fnemls lo prepare a Hie regular nut ting of ( ornal t «runty I iemocrat." will ta- at ♦> p iii Tuesday Ort 27 in the First Feiteral Savings and la»an Assaut# don metring room so members t an visit wiUi District 2a IMHHmm ti i tim ai ( 1 Miniv Slate senator Bill Sims See STAMMTISCH Page TA Keep (fiat umbrella handy today as chances of light rain will j*ersist tb rough* tut the day ami night Today s lugh "hould Im* 74 degrees with a low tonight of ti7 It should be a little less cloudy on Satui day hut a slight chance of showers still exists The high tomorrow should reach 82 Ttie possibility of showers will slay with us through Monday The Menu CLASSI!ITO    I    AC COMICS    SA CROSSWORD    3A ENTERTAINMENT    9A OBI IU ARILS    2A RELIGIOUS FOCUS    6    7A SPORTS.............. IO    UA Reagan softens stand against higher taxes WASHINGTON AP President Reagan trying to assure the nation not to fear a recession is softening his >pposition to higher taxes as a tool for shrinking big budget deficits that have frightened W all Street Barly next week the president is expected to meet Republican and Democratic leaders of Congress to set ground rules for debating pending cuts and tax increases But he said he would not accept any tax hike that would hurt the economy In his first White House news conference >ince March Reagan warned there may be more trouble in the market but he said the dive in stock prices was merely a long overdue correction and there are no indicators out there of a recession or hard times ahead He said he was awaiting word from talks in Moscow on the timing for a superpower summit expected nee* month w ith Soviet leader Mikhail s Gorbachev Reagan also said he could not put a deadline on how long the American military buildup will last in the Per sian Gulf But I don I se** it as leading to a war or any thing else and I dont think theres anything to panic dxiut Reagan said On other subjects He defended his troubled AIDS commission and said he still hopes it will help find the best way to combat this terrible plague ’ He sharply criticized private interest groups of various kinds for playing politics with his apparently doomed nomination of Robert H Berk for the Supreme Court and said he would try to replace Berk a federal appeals court judge with somebody who is qualified in the same way as he is ” Reagan s appearance came 3 hours after the stock market battered by a 508-point plunge Monday seesaw ed back and forth and closed down 77 points in heavy trading Reagan said it was good to have his wife Nancy, back home after being hospitalized for breast cancer surgery He said the nation shouldr t assume that the stock market s excess volatility is over and that “there re mains cause for concern The negotiators for the White House in the meeting with Congressional leader" will be Treasury Secretary James A Baker III and White House chief of staff See SOFTENS Page 2A Men arrested for Oct. 4 robbery of retail store Satu'dav Oct 2*i at 9 p rn at the Holiday Inn the Blinders st.!|ng team presents Hair Extravaganza S8 The bac show is a be ne I)* for ’rout ed Youth of Ne.*. Braunfels Au pro_ee IS * go to heft out the teens «*.*tt specia* needs T.vo dc ar Huron vin. donation 5 at the door Please come out and help sup* P0ft the teenagers of our town For nore information cai The Bunders at 625 a*'’. *’•e a*so .ve'come you' dOhaho^S ’brough file man ’he B J* * s bt J »Va*r it Ne a Brauna* s Ti "5* Ic Pi* lured above ’n rn eft Angel Snow Maraey and Canute Ma Iona'JO There Auh be 30 n oriels at The Pea' *, Photo by Deryl Clark County solons pass firearms control order B . DAV I O MAY SUH Writer «>m* ''an Antonio man has been charged with aggravated rot»bery and a second was to have been charg cd today rn connection with the arm t**i holdup • k't 4 of a New Braunfels convenience -.tore Jorge Gutirrez J* is in Bexar ( ounty jail wi two count" of ag gravated robbery with a deadly weapon with bond" totaling SIM .un He ha" been charged in the New Braunfe*" holdup and ha> been i harged t*efore Judice of th** Peace Harold Krueger who set bund at SP** 'MXI \ second >u."pe*Roland Garcia if i" also in Bexar County jail on charges of aggravated robbery arid two counts of attempt lo commit *apitai murder and is being held wi bonds totaling $2J*iJxki In the middle Both were arrested Get 15 by Bexar ( ounty sheriffs following a chase rn western Bexar County after authorities there were notated that the two had just robbed a store in Medina County Bexar County sheriffs encountered the two at the county line and chased them where Garcia driving a white Chevrolet attempted to ram the patrol care At one point according to an informed source rn the sheriffs office officers heard what they believed to be a shot fired from the car and officers relumed fire stnk-mg the car Both men were found with loaded patois in their waistbands and the source ^aid a subsequent investiga tion revealed neither had shot at the deputies According to sources 27 robberies in san Antwuo have t**en cleared H * DAVID MA Y Stati *V* it»-r Vs til Nov I it will bt* illegal to ■Its* (va? ge a firearm un proper tv of lo a* re* or (es" iii "i/e in unin* corpoialed oleos of ( utnol County except under limited exceptions t tim a I * ounty 1 onimisxtoners Thursday in a I I v**te adopted a draft authored bv Commissi* net 1 ivde Jacobs ami is a culmination of much dis* ussr rn and two public (tear mg* regarding such prov isioit" Ned t ruigmiU* Precinct 2 commis sl*»iK*r voted against UM* order i all tig ii unenforceable anti wine* es"ary ti that current "tate "talutes * urrent tv address pi av 1 Mons specified in J .H obs order AA** have three existing "tate "tatutes on the bouk* controling us kit*"" condui t said Craigmile during discussion prior to County Judge Fred Clark calling for a vote Dm motion to adopt was made by J.iioij" ami was seconded by torn rn ins a trier la»ren/o< amarillo I "ee we an* going to have a law <>n ti* t*****k" thai is unenforceable with le""«*r penalties that exist in Hu*"**statutes said* raigmile Infer Jacobs resolution the discharge nt any firearm on tots lo acres or smaller w ill tie prohibited in unincorporated areas of th** county Platte*! partly platted or intended to tie platted Dm* penalties for violation of the m*w order cam with it a Class i misdemeanor on fir"! offense* and i lass B for a second or any ensuing v ligation (Exceptions allowetl include a pro peris ow iM*r to protect his person family or property from varmints or intruders Vise peace officers I teens isl to carry handguns would be per miUtsi to conduct training exercises See COUNTY Page JA James Mangum dies in airplane crash The crash early this morning of a private plane near Cherokee has claimed the life of a prominent New Braunfels businessman although iletails of the accident were iii complete as of presstime today Dead are James Mangum, a local certified public accountant and active civic leader who of Heed al New Braunfels National Bank and an unidentified woman San Saba County Sheriff Billy Williams Unlay said only that two persons, a male pilot and a female passenger, wert- killed in the acct dent that occurred between I ami 3 a in just east of Cherokee approx Whately IOO miles mirth to I Mirth west of New Braunfels Kai lier reports rn dilated more than two people may have tM*«*n atMiard th** light plane Authorities there were ordered by Federal Aviation Administration of finals not to release any information regarding the accident pending an in v elongation today “NNe were having nasty weather and we had a very low ceiling,” said Williams. w!mj ackowlodged reports that the plane hail left Lubbock Infer national Airport Thursday afternoon W illtams said one report was that the plane w as en route to San Marcos The single engine aircraft was be mg monitored out of Waco when it disapiM'ured from monitoring equip See CK ASH Page 2 A Comal Independent School District Superintendent Bill Brown will stand in the end zone during tonight s taceotf between the Canyon High School Cougars and Smithson Valley Rangers. Brown has made a tradition of not taking sides by sitting on one side or the other during the CISD championship football contest otherwise known as the Comal Bowl, each year. The Rangers hope to stay at 500 for the season while the Cougars are looking for their first 13-4A win (Photo by Deiyl Clark) with the pair s arrest and six were cleared rn Bexar County After their arrect, ban Antonio potR*e notified New Braunfels* police investigators that their descritptions matched those given rn the holdup here and investigators earlier this week obtained information and matched their identifications New Braunfels investigator Mario Guerrero said he would seek an arrest warrant for Garcia today Two Latin males had entered the Fina Station at Interstate 35 and Huisache that day with one of the suspects pulling a gun and demanding money from the clerk who was later led to a back room and relieved of hts wallet before being ordered to the floor It was the second time in as many months the store had been robbed at gunpoint No charge filed against driver New Braunfels police this week decided to not file charges against a woman whose car last Saturday struck and killed a Fredricksburg woman Norma Benway. 62. was killed try • mg to walk across the 6(X> block of South Seguin Street when she was hit by a car driven by Kimberly Collazo of New Braunfels it is my understanding that she Benway chose to cross the street at an unprotected point under bad circumstances ” said Martin Mayer public relations officer at New Braunfels police department Bedway s death was the third traffic related fatality in New Braunfels in 11*87 Collazo said the woman crossed in front of her and that because of another vehicle in the inside lane she did not see the woman until it w as too late to react Woman pinned under vehicle A New Braunfels woman was ad miffed to McKenna Memorial Hospital Thursday afternoon with a broken pelvis after becoming pinned under her own cai The incident occurred in a parking lot al FM 725 and Rosa Parks Drive around 3pm According to police reports Esperanza Parade* 49 was attemp ting lo park her 1975 Buick Station wagon She thought she had placed the car s column gear shift in park, but apparently had it in reverse When she removed her foot from the brake as she tried to get out, the car rolled over her pinning her bel ween the frame and the ground She was listed in good condition this mor lung at the hospital 1 I ;