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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels Texas Friday. September 4 1987 Page 5 New Braunfels Crime 140 r 130 120 j IOO 90 80 TO ^ AVES AGE BATE PEB MONTH 50 40 30 20 BURGLARY 198* -AN PEB    VAP*    APR    VAY    JUNE    JU> A ,G SEPT GGT    NOV    DEC BURGLARY 1*87Border cities failing to enforce auto liability law for Mexicans Mo XLI.KA Texas AP \ new law requiring out of state drivers to carn. the same liability insurance re quired ot Texans is not being enforc ed in at least two border cities that rely on trade with Mexican shoppers officials say McAllen and Brownsville in most case' have been issuing only warn in# citations foe Mexicans and cither non residents of Texas since the state law went into effect Tuesday police said some officials on the bonier blame the new taw for a drop in th** number of visitors {rom Mexico ending the international bridge' this wee* \ man who crujweled to recjuirr non residents of Texas to have liabili tv insurance criticized the policies in M A;sen arni Hnmnsv ilk If Mi \,.en will arbitrarily say Mrxk ans will g»*t warning- and Tex arcs na ii) ({et tit Sets it just (kiesn t make legal sense said Harlingen resilient Alonzo I av azu* They Mi Allen and Brownsville are taking a discriminatory stance bet aas** they ll give tickets to Texans anti thev ll give Mexicans warn ings he said Texas residents have been re (juiced to carry automobile liability insurance for the past five years Cavazos started pushing to reform the law after three of his relatives died in a 1*L> traffic accident with a Mexican driver who allegediv fled to Mexico and left th** three surviving children of ( avazos brother on the highway Police in McAllen and Brownsville said that for an undetermined period they only will cite out-of state residents for lack of insurance when the drivers are involved in colli.sloes The policy is right now that we re issuing warning citations basically for the realms that *«* re not sure ii Mexicans have been fully informed said McAllen police (apt Gary Miller lf they are involved sn an ac cident we do issue a citation Ut* vc had a c ouple of those already Drivers from other I is dates in eluding the thousands of W inter Texans who will start arriving soon from th** Midwest and Canada also will receive warning' Miller said VA ;nt**r Texans and Mexicans are important components of the economy in McAllen and the rest of the Bio Grande V alley C harles VS a I per assistant superintendent of the Mi Alien Hidalgo Keynosa International Bridge over th** Rio Grande said many Mexican drivers have (teen complaining about the insurance re quirement and that northbound traf fie on the bridge ha' dropped rioticeabiv this week German teen-ager draws four years in Soviet prison Mosca IM AP    The    Soviet supreme I *»urt lodav convicted VS est t.erman pilot Mathias Kus! on all three V (Mints Jtkl na-Ut et* ed him to four years in a labor camp for his dramatic flight to Red square in Max Judge Robert Tikbomtmov said It*- is veal old pilot s unauthorized flight .« rovs more than ink* miles of soviet territory was motivated by adventurism and self advertisement Ilk* Judge said Rust would tx* sent to a general rt*gime lutM.r colony (Hit gave tx* oilier iridic at»c*n of wliert* be would serve his sentence Rust reddened slightly wiver the J mig** read out the verdict at til** end of a three day trial I Hit showed no emotion He spoke briefly with his parents in Hie courtroom before two soldier v led him aw av Diplomats in Moscow have speculated that Rust could Im* expell rd brfore serving some or all of his sentence But lliert* has r«*-eti rx> of filial indication (rum Soviet officials on tin* fate of th** young pilot Hie official I ass news agency reporb*d that the sentence is final and not subject to ap|M*at bv either Rust or th** pros*** utor Rust was found guilty of v fluting international flight rules illegally entering the Soviet I mon and hooliganism Prosecutor \ ladimir Andreyev had asked for an eight year term and Rusts Soviet defense attorney Vsevolod Iakovlev had sought tlx* minimum sentence of a fine or one year in labor camp Rust has been jailed at Moscow s la'fortovo prison since May JU short Iv after ending his unhindered flight from Helsinki Un I a bd by buzzing Lenin s mausoleum and other Kremlin landmarks then setting down un crowded Heil Square His flight in a single engine Cessna created headlines around Ilk* world ami made him a folk hero in West Germany Hut it embarrassed the Kremlin ami caused a military shakeup including dismissal of air defense forces commander and Hie forced resignation of Defense Minister Sergei I- Sokolov Rust said he sought Kasl W«*st disarmament and an audience with Soviet leader Mikhail S Gorbachev but proses utor Andreyev said he w anted only cheap popularity Aridrevev accused Rust of en dangering hundreds of passengers chi airliners nearing Moscow -Sheremetyevo Internatkmal Airport and said there could have tieen a dangerous international incident if sov let forces had shot him down Parlier today Rust appealed for leniencv and said that if he received a light sentence 1 11 never betray the court s trust never in my life I never realized then what I did Today I know Rust told the court in his final statement I made a huge mistake and the only thing left to do is to express my remorse ami deep repentance Rust ac knowledged his guilt on Uh first two charges but contested tile charge of hooliganism Iakovlev argued that Rust was a naive youth who realizes he made a big mistake BUILDING SUCCESS ... step by step Newspapers Offer Wide Variety of Reader Audiences loduv's newspaper oilers the retailer an unlimited % ariels of formulas lo hest ^cl his ad message across elleclivelv and to the right audience. • Nome advertisers want their messages going to specific audiences. 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(S( )l RCI New spa J >er Advertising Bureau New Sork) Prepared by Texas Newspaper Advertising Bureau (7NAB) An Affiliate of is# Te<as P'ess Associator With Newspaper AdsCoalition sponsoring drive to restore Battleship Texas LA FO RTK Texas AF The rusting Battleship Texas could be saved through a statewide aluminum can recycling drive according to a coalition of bU'inesses sponsoring the effort This is the only ship left from the 19us 192U battleship era Strafford Mor'> project manager for the restoration said Thursday Texas is a steward oi history once this is gone there s nothing like it left anywhere The TI year old battleship is berthed in about 12 feet of mud at the San Jacinto Battleground State Historical Fark near Houston While the battleship is among the states must popular tourist attraction'    draw inc more than I million visitors since 1963    it is rust;* c badly on its bottom and suffers extensive teaks The vessel i' managed by the state Parks and W lldhfe liepartment Alcoa Recycling Lo Inc the ( oca Cola Bottling Cos of Houston North Texas Austin San Antonio and Mi Allen Reynolds Metals Co Mroh Brewery Co and Texaco Inc are among companies sponsoring the «Mlay can recycling effort Ail of the money raised during the campaign will go to the restoration our goal ideally would tx* to totally restore the ship said Alcoa area manager Larry Kmard He said however it was uncertain how much would be raised during the three month push Aluminum is bringing about 34 cents a pound Containers at some I.OOO recycling points around Texas typically will hold about lo pounds of cans or $3 40 each time they are filled Alcoa estimates I 6 billion aluminum cans will be used in Texas during the next 90 days lf just lo percent of those used cans were donated to save the battleship nearly $2 million could be raised Alcoa Recycling President George Cobb said Officials working on the restoration say they hope to he able to move the battleship which saw action in both world wars to a shipy ard next spring for work on the hull Shipyard work is expected to take only four months hut complete restoration won t come for at least lo y ears they said \lorss who estimated restoration costs at $7 million to $10 million said I 5 million gallons of oil and water need to be pumped out and 584 doors and hatches need to be made w atertight It s a mind boggling chore " he said Vice President George Bush a World War ll Navy pilot 'em a telegram Thursday pledging his 'upport for the restoration RETIRE AT lake McQueeney IN THIS 6 BEDROOM 4 BATH MANSION ON 12 ACRE HILLTOP OWNER FINANCED Located half way between Seguin & New Braunfels. 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