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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 3, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                Navratilova rolls to Wimbledon title Texas Baseball Astros 1 3 Hijacked airliner returns to Miami New Braunfels Mew Texas V0l 92 NO 131 Page 5A SUNDAY July 50 cents 74 Pages 5 Sections USPS County teems with tourists Garden Street on Camp Warneckes side of the bridge was lined with parked Passing vehicles double parked briefly to load and unload At East Garden and Scguin a family in a white sports car stopped a young woman bicycling home from lunch Saturday at a crowded Can you tell us how to get to to the water slide place the mother As of Saturday Comal County Sheriff Walter Fellers estimated the population of Comal County at about I went up yesterday Friday to Jacobs Creek and it was full Especially around the People just camped on top of one said reporting on Canyon I went up again this and FM 306 was a solid stream of cars going that River Road is jammed Canyon Lake is jammed On the other end of the a lot of them are at that Guadalupe River State I understand they park per sonnel have been turnin em he Id love to feed them but we cant do joked Pat coowner of the popular Pats Place restaurant near Prince Solms She said she had no way of taking a count on the number of customers her establishment had served during the At least she wanting to err on the conservative I have no groaned a waitress at Krauses when asked the same Starting at the line of people waiting for tables there stretched from the dining room through the and almost to the back whos been in office for almost 31 had a feeling this was the biggest FourthofJuly weekend crowd the county has ever Both his office and the city police department have extra patrol units where to prevent problems before they As of some cars had been towed from noparking areas on River said a sheriffs office Water lovers float down the Comal River at Hinman Island Staff photos by Cindy Richardson Rollover kills one injures two passengers 1 11 li Tourists canoe on the Guadalupe One man was killed and two were injured in a one car rollover on River Road It happened before sunup at the first Guadalupe River approximately five miles north of New According to the Department of Public Safety a southbound Pontiac Trans Am failed to make the rightangle turn onto the hit the concrete went off the roadway and landed upside down in the Driver Kenneth Wayne was pronounced dead by Peace Justice Precinct 1 Harold Oliver also was treated for multiple lacerations and McKenna Memorial and released in good The men were Houston area Another 28yearold Rick was treated for minor lacerations at The dead mans remains were taken to Austin for an which is standard procedure for all Comal County traffic The River Road accident was the most serious on record at but minor incidents kept police forces and emergency medical services busy all day A 14yearold New Braunfels boy was taken to McKenna for stitches after a bicycle accident in Park at An EMS spokesman said the youngster had tried to jump a and had a laceration over the left Another EMS picked up at Slumber Falls and said to be suffering from heat really just had a very bad said an ambulance at It was so the 24yearold man was starting to suffer He was treated at McKenna at approximately The Canyon 1ake EMS attended a traffic accident at Cedar in which one man suffered a leg in The leg was first reported to be but a Sheriffs Department spokesman said the victim was walking on it later in the This accident occurred just before 6 and full details were not available at press Great balls of fire Fireworks display set for 9 Monday City parks employees will light the fuse on ap proximately worth of fireworks as the sun sets on Independence That will probably be about 9 and everyone is invited to come to Ixjnda Park and Parks Director Court Thieleman thinks this is one of the two best times of the as far as city government is There are very few thing the city does that get oohs and aahs1 from the public like the Christmas tree lighting on the and the fireworks display on the Fourth of Thieleman The city spends most of its energy doing jobs that citizens would notice only if they werent like picking up paving streets and controlling When it takes time out to recognize a special people really turn said the parks The fireworks display is and people are welcome to watch from the golf the parking No garbage pickup Monday Although a number of city employees will be on duty for the fireworks display Monday the Fourth of July is a holiday for the Sanitation This means that no garbage will be picked up Monday City Hall would also like to warn citizens that route schedules will change later this As of July trash must be out by 6 on regular pickup rather than as at Schaef er files for city election Gerald and Donnie Seay discuss an issue at a council The mayor pro tern is going for a third term on the City Gerald the councils secondincommand for the past two filed Friday afternoon for the District 2 council members He was first elected to the council in and defeated challenger Doug Miller by a narrow margin in As of Saturday no one had filed from District which includes the largelyHispanic West who could not be reached on filed just four days after council passed an emergency or dinance calling the council election on Other candidates have little time to make up their because the filing deadline is July The uncertain as to what the Department of Justice would say about New Braunfels new district election delayed calling the election until last Theres stil no word from the justice which doesnt have to respond until But City Attorney John Chunn urged the council to go ahead with preelection so that the city will be reads if the plan is ap If it or if the justice depart ment asks for additional study Mondays ordinance will become Page 14A lots or their own front But Thieleman says the best place to sit is on the west side of the Approximately onethird of what we shoot off is ground he The bright lights will be launched on the sloping east bank of the facing If youre on the golf you only see the ones that go You dont see the welcome or the goodbye said He recommended the main picnic or around the On the lake is good he for those lucky enough to get a paddleboat before theyre all On the morning of the the Sophienburg Memorial Association will stage a parade and an oldfashioned party on the Main Walter Faust will ring the courthouse bells at and the Community Band will play at The featuring approximately 30 antique cars and will leave from the museum on Coll Street at and arrive downtown in time for the flag patriotic speeches and barbershop The celebration will conclude with a demon stration by the Volunteer Fire Mike and Linda Dietert will be selling ice cream and lemonade at oldfashioned Inside Todays Weather The rest of the Fourth of July weekend will be partly cloudy and with a 20 percent chance of thun dershowers tonight and Winds today will be out of the southeast near 15 miles per Sunrise today will be Herald Holiday Like most the will be closed July so that our employees can have the day to enjoy all the typical holiday activities have a visit get with our Discontent Discontent is rising against the government of bornagain Christian Efrain Rios Montt in Guatemala as the leader tries to simultaneously suppress and appease his AH Stars Baseballs Mth annual AllStar game returns to the site of the original con Chicagos Comiikey Wednesday The game has changed considerably since but the AllStar game has endured Less layoffs A teachers group has predicted that there will be less layoffs ahead for especially in the Mt344 school 6A CLASSIFIED COMICS CROSSWORD DEARABBY DEATHS ENTERTAINMENT HOROSCOPE KALEIDOSCOPE OPINIONS PUBLIC RECORDS SPORTS WEATHER 27C 10B 1A V1M   

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