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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung September 26, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 410 MOS3 I 0/22/.95 Mir. Ri ip| j x INC . MITCH WOMBLE p.O. BOX 45406 i-1 All.A':0 tx 75045 Area high school Local football preview See Page 9A Comal River............234    cfs (up 8) Wafer CanV°ninflow    123    cfs    (down    5) Canyon outflow.........157 cfs (up 7) W&tCh    Edwards Aquifer ....... 624.10    (up .OI) Canyon Lake level .    907.89    (down    .03)Schedule of events County for Comal County Fair New Braunfels Herald New Braunfels. Texas Vol. 94 No. 190 Thursday September 26, 1985 25 Cents 24 Pages 2 SectionsFair time Hernandez is found guilty By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Radolfo Baiza Hernandez far cs life in prison or death after a Comal County jury found him guilty of capital murder Wednesday night The seven-man, five-woman jury deliberated about six flours before returning its guilty verdict at 6:30 p.m. Judge Robert Pfeuffer had said outside the jury’s presence he would cut off deliberations and sequester the jury at a local motel for the night if there was no verdict by 6 45 p m The punishment phase of the trial begari at 9 this morning, with Texas Rangers Bob Steele arid Al Cuellar testifying about Hernandez’s tied reputation. New Braunfels Police Detective Juan Gasme also said fingerprints in a pen pac ket from the 'lexas Department of Corrections matched those he took from Hernando/ after his arrest at a Poteet residence on March 13, At presstime today, Dr John Sparks, a psychiatrist for the Bexar See HERNANDEZ, Page ISA City bond issue is called unfairWednesday opening Wednesday was officially the first day of the Comal County Fair and people flocked to enjoy the exhibits and to enter their own exhibits. Pictured above, the fair includes carnival rides, as well as, homemaking exhibits, music, dancing and animal AP/ Mf HAI 0 ZEITLIN judging Pictured below Tiffany Crapps, a sophomore at Canyon High School, grooms tier New Zealand White rabbit for ttie rabbit judging, which started at 8 a.rn today See related information. Page 2A and 12A By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer New Braunfels City Council this week heard Ute first waves of opposition to ttie Od. 19 bond issue proposal. Jimmy Delgado, a director of the Progressive Human Rights Coalition, told toe council Monday he IS against the city spending alinit SI million for Camp Comal athletic park Calling it a ‘ slap on District I,” Delgado said the West Find would receive only $100,000 at Eikel Park for tables and trees. T he proposal calls for $1.88 million in parks projects, which includes $150,000 for Eikel Park redevelopment. Distru t I wants to progress with the rest of the city,” Delgado told council. We’re going to oppose the bond issue and lobby against it and hope that council, before it comes to a vote, will alter it.” District I Councilman Vaidirnar Kspmoza said that during the bond issue s planning stages, 25 West End residents san! they did not want athletic fields at Eikel Park “They need more of a park than a sports field,” Espinoza said Delgado argued that a neighborhood park would turn into a beer park He also complained that none of the district s streets would be repaired with bond funds, but was told that See BOND, Page UA Krueger lists Mexican relief needs By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer The Mexican government has compiled a list of items it needs for victims of last week s earthquakes Bob Krueger, member of the governor’s special task forte on relief, released the list "Planes are available to airlift the necessary supplies daily, as collected across Texas,” Nina Guinn, Krueger's secretary said The list is updated regularly; therefore more lists will be published as the needs change, a task force spokesman said. The government needs typhoid and tetanus vaccines, oxygen with masks, Demerol an analgesia >, gamma globulin, disposable dust masks, 250-Kilowatt light fixtures including bulbs and cement and steel cutters The government also requested tents, folding cots, flashlights and batteries, disposable diapers, sleeping bags, spring water, generators, milk for infants, bab) food, bab) bottles and folding chairs In addition, die survivors need water purifications systems tablets, equipment for munication systems and demolition work All cash donations should be ->erit t». “Texas Response” Citizens for Mexican Relief, account number and oiri- for 1214394 for wiring money i, Interfirst Rank of Austin, PO Box 2961. Austin 1 X 78769-2961 All money will be transferred daily bi Mexico for the immediate emergency needs Guinn said One company joining the donation col lei ti or * effort is McDonald’s Throughout South Texas McDonald's restaurants have created a Mot, d: f.arthquake Relief Fund” to benefit victims of the disaster Livery McDonald’s in New Bra mf els Seguin, San Marcos, San Antonio Kerr.die. Uvalde. Eagle Pass and I lei Rio is now a collection point for cash donations See KRUEGER, Page 16A Theft of beer leads to investigation A case that began Sunday as a simple theft of two 12-packs of beer has ended up as an FBI investigation The sago began when a vehicle was reportedly taken from Fort Sill, Okla. recently. The vehicle was recovered Sunday in the possession of three men who were arrested for allegedly stealing two 12-packs of fleer from a county convenience store The three men, ages 21, 18 and 17, all with San Antonio addresses, were charged with theft over $20 Because the vehicle being driven by the men was not registered in any of the mens' names, they sat in Comal County Jail for three days while the sheriff's department waited on warrants from Oklahoma. The warrants never came “Instead, the FBI told us they were investigating the case because it happened on a military post, and so we let them I the three arrested i post bond today for the theft, which is a Class B misdemeanor,” Jackie Hagerman, a jailer, said Wednesday. Officials said the original arrest was made when Sheriff’s Deputies Ed Mullins, John Echols and a reserve deputy responded Sunday to a theft call from the Circle K store in Startzville. Witnesses at the scene told the deputy that a latin male and a Wack male took the beer and jumped in a tan and brown van and drove toward Comal Park Inside Today's weather Cloudy nights and mornings, partly cloudy afternoons through Friday. Strong gusty northeasterly winds with high expected rn the mid 80s today and near 70 tonight. Wednesday’s high was 93, low was 63 Sunset will be 7 23 p m., sunrise Friday will be 7:22 a rn. Fair closings New Braunfels City Hall will be closed tomorrow for the Comal County Fair Parade and will open its doors at I pm. Comal County Courthouse will be closed all day for fair activities Texas Commerce Bank will be open until 1:30 p m and The first time through the park we missed them, but a witness told us he had followed them as far as the See THEFT. Page 16A MBank New Braunfels will be open until I p.rn Both motor banks will stay open during their regular hours New Braunfels National Bank and its motor bank will be open all day. . CLASSIFIED 12 15A COMICS __SB CROSSWORD 28 DEAR ABBY 3B DEATHS 2A HOROSCOPE 2B KALIDEOSCOPE _ta OPINIONS 4A OUTDOORS ll A SCRAPBOOK 71 SPORTS HOA STOCKS 12A WEATHER 2A It's Fair time, see below and Pages 2A, 12A » ;

  • Al Cuellar
  • Bob Krueger
  • Councilman Vaidirnar Kspmoza
  • Debbie Deloach
  • Ed Mullins
  • Jackie Hagerman
  • Jimmy Delgado
  • John Echols
  • John Sparks
  • Lillian Thomas Staff
  • Nina Guinn
  • Radolfo Baiza Hernandez
  • Robert Pfeuffer
  • Tiffany Crapps

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: September 26, 1985

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