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November 22, 1988

The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise from Seguin, Texas · Page 2

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Page 2 - Tuesday, November 22,1938 • The Sefiuin Qazette-EnterpriBe ft „ :j wi 11'J: v ^^'i^fc.,!,;^:^ 'ili.^»^£. aSfci£mi('*L;."^i^ ' { !fe ^ answers 3*"» '1 hm Had totiwlfedgrof some ^.'Information for over ft year, and it u has been a great concern of mine ''that the county attorney and county •«' court-aMaw judge have refused to -»* pursue this court case for whatever '^'reasons," Brown said, reading a pre•«''pared statefliehL t .. "I would hope that honesty pre- f Vails in this matter whether the can- I' jdidate wins or loses. I felt this • - ;( 'needed to be brought out now and to "' inform this person that I will pursue these court cases no matter where I have to go to get/him prosecuted. "I am astounded to know that certain people have endorsed this man knowing (about the pending charge).' However, knowing politics as I do now, I am not surprised," Brown said. Although his prepared statement included no names, ""Brown, when pressed repeatedly by ~< J '-local newsmen, named Castillo as • •'•' the target of his attack. « p; On the morning of Nov. 7, Moore was presiding in county court-atjlaw . 'and unavailable for comment on :.'Brown's statement; however, County Attorney Elizabeth Jandt :' 'explained what had happened in the .- 'Castillocase. ••"' "I can't try the case without a 1 judge," Jandt said, going on to describe how Moore had been I hearing the case and Sagebiel, who sometimes substitutes for Moore, had declined to hear it because he prefers not to preside in cases possibly involving complicated ques- JJ tions of law (Sagebiel is not an 2J attorney). *! Sagebiel had suggested bringing «w in a visiting court-at-law judge, pos- 2 sibly from Comal County, but af K that time, his suggestion had not M been followed up. £ Castillo questioned the wisdom of Jw j" I ft V V Iff M Sequin (Hitmen 1012 Schriewer Continuous service to Seguin and Giudalupe County since 18M. Member Associated Press, Texas Press Association, Texas Newspaper Advertising Bureau, Audit Bureau of Circulation, Landon Associates, Inc. and Advertising Checking Bureau. The „ Seguin ' Gazette-Enterprise (USPS 488-700) is entered as second. class matter at the Seguin, Texas Post Office 78155 under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879: Published Tuesday through Friday afternoons and Sunday morning at 1012 Schriewer in Seguin, Texas 78155 — Subscription Rat«»— By carrier and mail delivery in Guadalupe, Bexar, Caldwell, Comal, Gonzales, Hays and Wilson Counties, $34.00 for 12 months, $19.02 for six * months and S10.89 for three months. Mail delivery in Texas and outside above stated counties— $47.82 for 12 months. Mail delivery outside Texas— $80.00 for 12 months. Gozefte-Enferprise Sfoff MlkeGraxiola Publisher & Editor Kathie Ninneman Managing Editor Joy Oiteen Business Manager Steve Tschoepe Retail Ad Manager Larry Moreno Production Manager John Taylor Publisher Emeritus Circulation Department Hours Monday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tuesday- Friday 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Sunday 7:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. If you do not receive your paper by 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday or by 8 a.m. on Sunday, please call our circulation department at 379-5402. spending $400 or $00 for the importation of a visiting judge to hear a misdemeanor case over a $4$ check for which restitution was made "about six months ago." During a,short news conference held after this Monday's meeting, Castillo said, "I'm getting a lot Of heat from a lot of people wanting to correct this thing." Describing Brown's original statement as "uncalled for," Castillo added, "I am in consultation with my attorney about what can be done." Later, when asked why he had not responded to Moore's statement, Brown said he already had discussed it with Moore and didn't want to cause "a shouting match" with Castillo's supporters attending the meeting. Brown denied there were any factual errors in what, he originally said, although he acknowledged that he had described two hot-check charges as a single case. Shortly before the March primary, a warrant was issued for Castillo's arrest on a charge stemming from a check for more than $600 written at a local paint store. Restitution was made on the check, and the charge was dismissed without Castillo ever being arrested. The case still pending involves a check which, although turned over to the county attorney's office after last spring's dismissal of the other complaint. Sources differ on the amount of the check; Castillo has said it was for $45 and Brown says $49. Asked it he felt it was necessary to bring in a visiting judge to hear a case involving a $49 check for which restitution already had been made, Brown indicated he supported whatever steps were necessary to see that justice was done. Brown also said that only the original amount of the check was repaid; the complainant still was owed a $10 fee required to submit the check for collection by the county attorney's office. Castillo has asserted that the case would have been dropped long ago if he were not a candidate for public office. Trip down under Local doctor recalls trip to World Expo in Australia. In Image. List of winning pecan growers from annual show announced. PROBLEM: Science Fair winners Young scientists receive ribbons for experiments. *tt*A. of tK* Irtftutfiiral •ant it to be Autographed by Th* Pre.idftflt wa» hkpfry to autograph if for With the President'* resident Bernard Lenowitz " ; 7fi ' TWENTY-FIVE YEARS ago today President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas. Today millions of people around the country will remember where they were on that day in 1963. Mrs. Itta Lenowitz of Seguln has a.special memento of that time/In American history. In 1961, her husband, the late Bernard Lenowitz used his calligraphy skills to create what you see here, part of President Kennedy's Inaugural address. Lenowitz sent it to the president hoping he would autograph it and he did. It was returned with the letter at right. Commissioners vote to keep JP's office at courthouse Cont'd. from Pg. 1 necessary to have a justice of the peace court housed in. Schertz and two justice of the peace courts housed in Seguin. If Bargfrede is moved out to the Law Enforcement Center and then 1990-91 redistricting requires another JP court in Seguin, Sagebiel explained, this could involve having a justice of the peace moved back- into the courthouse. Sagebiel recommended that any such move be postponed until after the census and redistricting. Schubert said he opposed the office reassignment plan because there was no estimate of its cost. Brannon responded that it will cost $3,000 to $7,000 Which is small in comparison to the estimated $80,000 total for installing the courthouse elevator. "I don't see any way it could go over $7,000," Brannon said, and his figures appeared to be supported bjr county Building Maintenance Supervisor Richard Engledow who estimated it would cost $5,000 to furnish and equip the vacant courtroom at the Law Enforcement Center and $2,000 to $3,000 in expenses Committees make reports Cont'd. from Pg. 1 He said a new mill is in the works that will broaden the production line and improve quality. /. |§everali_committee reports were made including one on the upcoming New Year's Eve Party that replaces the annual Harvest Happening event. Karen McMillan reported that the event would be "first class." She said there would be plenty of food and and an open bar. The band Starfront will entertain. Cost is $50 each or $100 a couple. Tickets were given to the directors for sale. George Gregg, executive vice president, pointed out that in comparison to New Year's events in San Antonio, he believes $50 to be very reasonable. He also said safe transportation would be provided for those needing a ride home. Faye Chessher reported on the annual banquet. The Chamber's banquet is scheduled for Feb. 17. The theme this year is "Pride in Texas." Judge B.B. Schraub will serve as the master of ceremonies and speaker will be four-star General Richard Cavazos. Social hour is from 6 to 7 p.m. with dinner from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The Goolaks are scheduled to play from 9:30 p.m. to midnight. Tickets will be $16 each for the event. Other reports were on the recent Pecan Festival and an update of the Beautification Steering Committee's projects. Jim Crump reported that the festival was "fairly successful" and that he believed considerable progress" had been made this year. He also reported that with the success of participation in the Folklife Festival, that the committee is interested in participating in more festivals. Reporting WlM^^ Committee , ; was .jGjp^an Gre^nr wood. He|u^tecrl»| directorsi&ra various tree-planting projects and told the directors the committee would be concentrating on improving the downtown area. for other aspects of the plan, including roughly $1,500 for moving computer lines required wherever the auditor's staff is relocated. Bargfrede opposed the move and asked that no changes be made until after redistricting following the 1990 Census. "For the last 50-sorrie-odd years the justice of the peace courtroom has been in the courthouse where it is now," Bargfrede said. "It is within walking distance of most 'of the people that use the office. "You're always talking about saving money. Why not save some money at this time?" Bargfrede asked, referring to the $5,000 estimated cost of furnishing and equipping the courtroom at the Law -. Enforcement Center. Bargfrede'S reluctance to move drew the support of several audience members including tPrecinctl Commissioner-Elect Charlie Willmann and the Democratic candidate he defeated in the general election, Paul Castillo. "We've been serving the citizens of Guadalupe County for an awful long time out of this courthouse," Willmann said. "I think we need to think a little bit about the people we're serving." 'There is a problem about pie population being served," Castillo said. "The Justice Department tyill be contacted on this matter." .; In an earlier effort to utilize the courtroom at the Law Enforcement Center, commissioners adopted a plan shifting boundaries of two Noting precincts in order to have the Law Enforcement Center site located in justice of the peace Precinct 3 rather than Precinct 1.' > - This step was taken after Precinct 3 Peace Justice Roy Dreibrodt %A agreed to move his Office frortq a rented building in Zorn to the Law : Enfon^Mni-Genter^Tlfie proposal, , however, fell through wjhen the Vert- ing Rights office of UitTufS. 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Drawer 31 S«o.u/n, Texas 78736-0037 (512)372-5770 Seguin Fans, I am writing to express our sincerest thanks to our Matadors and all of pur loyal Matador supporters. The past few months at Seguin High School have been extraordinarily exciting. We are particularly proud of the 1988 Seguin Matador football team and coaching staff. We want to thank you for the excitement and pride which you helped us feel during these past few months. We want to especially thank you for reminding us that, as long as "we believe in ourselves," we can accomplish any goal we set. Not only have you achieved your goal of winning a Bi-district football championship, you have done it in a manner which has brought a great deal of pride and respect to yourselves and the community as a whole. Additionally, we would like to thank ail of the support groups which helped us make this year such a super one, Thanks to the athletic boosters, the Matador band and band boosters, gold battalion and dance team, our football players' moms who helped put our Mats together every Saturday morning and enabled them to play one more game and to our loyal fans, Without your combined support, we would not have been able to achieve such success, Sincerely, .' ^ , V James D, Lehmann Superintendent Aeewcfftccr bySwthtrn AstoeMton gf Co//t ft t a/itf Sc/wc/i

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