New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 24, 1985, Page 14

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung September 24, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, September 24,1985 Herald Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Fair Queen crowned I f-si IF KPtFWAlf.tr MF RAI D /FITUNG Hie 1985 Comal County Fair Queen and her court were crowned Sunday in special ceremonies. Royalty includes, from left, Duchess Melissa Kraft, Queen Kristee Wunderlich and Princess Natalie Camgan. ★ Murder trial Continued from Page I into the woods with them. He was also carrying a gun But both survivors testified Hernandez was the only one shooting the guns He pointed the gun I at us t one by one, and told us to give him our money.” Coronad*) said. Coronado also said the man who shot him had a Virgin Mary tatooed on his forearm and a pair of boxing gloves on the other side. When Mata took the witness stand, he said, "They got our wallets, our money, then shot at us. We were all lying face-up, dose together. ‘He i Hernandez ) pointed the gun to tin neck and he shot one bullet." Mata said I believe he ran out of bullets He asked the other guv for his pistol. Then he went and shot me two more times ” Defense Attorney John Churm asked Mata about the driver of the ear. "He’s the one who stopped for gas, arid fie s (fie one who asked you for money?” .Mata said yes. "Did the driver run off (after tfie shooting started)7 Did he help you, or stay when the other man left'’” Churm asked Mata’s reply was no. Both Mata and Coronado said Hernandez was riding on the passenger side of the car’s front seat, indicating the driver was Jesse Garibay, the other defendant in this ( ase It was also expected that Garibay would testify against his brother-in-law Hernandez in an apparent plea bargain with the state. However, Schroeder would not confirm late Monday if his 12 more witnesses included Garibay or not.Stocks NKW YORK i Al’ •Morning stork FtBcpTex 114 114 114 NYNFX 80 794 794 High I -ow I Kist Flowerlnd s 184 184 184 Owens! 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Unocal WalMart WalMar t wi WestghKI 11 i Zenithal Stocks turn lower NKW YORK fAPi Stocks turned mostly lower in early trading today after surging ahead in the previous session. 314 314 314 764 754 76 ‘204 0 204 274 274 274 494 494 494 254 254 254 384 384 384 524 514 52 17 164 17 ★ Krueger City agrees to drainage study By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer New Braunfels City Council and members of the building community finally reached a compromise Monday night and agreed to share the cost of a study of the drainage situation in the entire New Braunfels watershed. It was the second reading of a proposed interim drainage ordinance and builders had opposed its passage since the initial public hearing. The Comal County Builders Association, at the first reading, asked for a moratorium on new ordinances until the city inducts a comprehensive engineering study of the drainage area The association also opposed the enactment of a builders’ user fee, which would pay for the study. The builders say all residents of the city should share that cost. “Most of them (builders) are of the opinion that we need some type of drainage ordinance,” said Councilman George Erben. This is a starting point I think they should pay some ami we all should it s all of our responsibility .” The interim ordinance w ill take the place of an emergency ordinance passed rn December. That was the first time* the city had specific regulations regarding drainage other than the rules set forth in the city’s subdivision ordinance We agree that there is a drainage problem and a need for a drainage ordinance,” said Bernie Boarnet, who was a member of the drainage study committee. Speaking as president of the New Braunfels Board of Realtors, Boarnet told council that “the interim ordinance is a better one than the emergency ordinance” and his group “wholeheartedly endorses” it He did say, however, that adding users fee to building costs could raise house prices so high that buyers would go elsewhere And, Boarnet said, “say you get a user fee and two years later, either you didn’t raise enough or the cost of the study had risen. You could go two years and still not have enough ” Boarnet suggested the city come up with the estimated $100,000 to pay for a study right away aud repay that cost with money raised from user fees. In approving the second reading, council agreed to review funding alternatives to subsidize the user fee so builders would not l»eai the entire burden. The interim ordinance contains a sunset clause which will kill the document in September 1987. Ar eluted Gene Rutherford, who chaired the drainage study committee, said Monday tliat the ordinance is temporary while the engined mg study is conducted. ‘•'Hie engineering lan that will Im* in effect will be the father of tile (permanent) ordinance,” he said. Continued from Page I equipment," he said As to tfie U.S. State Department's remarks about the Texas relief effort us possibly causing more harm than good, Krueger said he believed the Reagan administration was ‘‘rethinking those words This is not the time to t>e political.” Krueger desci ibed his first view of the earthquake damage: “As you arrive at the Mexico City Airport, nothing looks different, hut then as you drive toward the center of town, you turn a corner arid see a 15-story building collapsed in the road ”. Out of all the buildings in Mexico City less than 5 percent collapsed, hut because those buildings, largely in the central part of the city, were multi-leveled structures — mostly hotels and government buildings — the loss of life was tremendous. ‘‘This small percent in the largest city in the world is a powerful tragedy The population of Mexico City is more than the entire population of Texas arid it is in an area smaller than Coma) County,” Krueger said Speaking of the eartliquake survivors, Krueger praised their courage and determination: “Even sustaining this horrendous shock, the people have responded by pulling together. There has been almost no signs of looting.” Krueger said that newspapers in % Will Be Closed Wednesday, Sept. 25 Enjoy the Fair! 4 y 3 £ Floor Tile-N-More 3 A •Glazed tile • Unglazed tile rf •Ha th room & Kitchen tile •Marble •Saltillo •Pavers •Grouts ?! •Mortars •Thinset & 1292 W. San Antonio 625-5660 Mon. - Fri. 8-5 Sat. 9-1 Fair scheduleWednesday, September 25 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Arrival of Floral Division entries excluding cut flowers 8 a.rn.-7 p.m. Arrival of Rabbit Division entries 8 a.rn.-9 p.m. Arrival of Poultry Division entries 8 a.m.- 6 p.m. Arrival of exhibits in Agricultural, Handiwork, Heirloom & Antiques, Baking, Canning & Preserving, nothing and Arts & Crafts 6 p.m. Family Nite at the carnival 6:30 p.m. “Night in Old New Braunfels”-Comal Corral 6:30-7:45 p.m. NBHS Polka Band 6:30 p.m. Judging of Baking Division 7 p.m. Judging of Agricultural Division entries 7:15 p.m. Introduction of Queens & their Courts 8 p.m. Dance contest 8-11 p.m. Dance - The Seven DutchmenThursday, September 26 8-9:30 a.m. Arrival of cut flowers in Floral Division 8 a.m. Judging of Poultry Division entries 8:30 a.m. Judging of Floral Division entries 9 a.m. Judging of Canning & Preserving Division entries 9 a.m. Judging of Clothing Division entries 10 a.m. Fairgrounds open to public Noon-7 p.m. Arrival of livestock Division entries, including Pig Futurity entries 8 p.rn.-12 a.m. Dance - Comal Corral - The Abbey (Country > 8 p.m. Rodeo - Rodeo Arena 8 p.m. Crowning & introduction of Rodeo Queen & CourtFriday, September 27 9:30 a.m. Children Pet Parade IO a.m. Comal County Fair Parade 10 a.m. Fairgrounds open to public IO a.m. Judging of Hay Show Division entries Noon-7 p.m. Arrival of Swine entries I p.m. Music by area high school bands - Comal Corral 3:30p.m. Kenny & The Craze (Rock & Roll) - Comal Corral 8 p.m. Rodeo - Rodeo Arena 8 p.rn.-12 a.m. Dance - Clay Baker (Country) - Comal CorralSaturday, September 28 8 a.m. Fairgrounds open to public 9 a m. Judging Breeding Sheep & Goat entries, followed by Market I .amb judging 9 a.m. 4H & FFA Ranch & Pasture Identification contest - Comal Corral 10 a.m. Hay Judging contest - Comal Corral Noon - Ballet Folkorico dancing - Comal Corral 1 p.m. Sidewinders (Country I Comal Corral 1:30 p.m. Judging of Breeding Cattle Division entries, followed by Market Steer judging 2 p.m. Horse Races - Dutchman Downs 3 p.rn Forged Steel I Rock & Roll I Comal Corral 5 p.m. Judging of Market Hog Division entries, followed by Futurity Pig Show judging 8p.m. Rodeo - Rodeo Arena 9 p.rn.-I am. Dance-Jay Erie Si Bleiders Creek (Country)Sunday, September 29 10 a.m. Fairgrounds open to public 1 p.m. Mariachis Cardenas - Comal Corral 2 p.m. Hill Country doggers - Comal Corral 2 p.m. Horse Races - Dutchman Downs 2:45 p.m. Starkville Stompers, Comal Corral 3 p.m. Hill Country doggers - Comal Corral 3:15 p m. Ballet Folkloric^ Comal Corral 4 p.m. Free Dance - Country Wine (Country > Comal Corral 6:30 p.m. Rodeo Finals - Rodeo Arena $2 per person 7 p.rn. Free Dance - Mogan David Sr The Grapes of Wrath Comal Corral Mexico were raising questions about the buildings that collapsed, whether all the hotels and government buildings had been required to meet the same building codes as other structures had. "The historical buildings survived remarkably well. The American Embassy — we were always told — was constructed to survive a quake. The people there say it rocked several feet, hut it is standing. There may be some structural damage, but all six stories are entact. While the Hotel Maria Isabel across the street, 15-20 stories high, sustained considerable damage and half a block down another collapsed entirely.”Eden Home Celebrates 75 years of Service to Senior Adults AN INVITATION is extended to community residents to attend Eden Home's 75th Anniversary Dinner at the New Braunfels Civic Center, October 6‘, 1985, 6< P.M. Reservations may be made by calling 625-6291 or at Eden Home, 631 Lakeview before September 26. Cost is $10.00 per person. (fr- CHURCH’S \ mc fun. J TODAY’S THOUGHTS! WITH BOB DIETZ One of the hardest tricks to master is how to grow old gracefully We hope for a long life, but hate to grow old in order to achieve it Stubbornness does have its helpful features You always know what you are going to be thinking tomorrow Do you have some tougti problems to deal with? Cheer up1 As long as they re not the identical pioblerns you had a year ago, maybe you re making a little progress Inflation is when the thing you bought a few years ago now costs more to repair than you paid for it You'd worry less what people think of you if you knew how seldom they do When Your Thoughts Turn To fating Out Think Of... Church’s Fried Chicken •24 W. San Antonio New Braunfels 625-0491 ;

  • Bernie Boarnet
  • Bob Dietz
  • Clay Baker
  • Councilman George Erben
  • Duchess Melissa Kraft
  • Gene Rutherford
  • Jesse Garibay
  • John Churm
  • Mariachis Cardenas
  • Mogan David
  • Natalie Camgan
  • Queen Kristee Wunderlich

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: September 24, 1985

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