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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 5, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Cowboys lose to Louis See Page 6 Water Watch Comal cfs down 41 Canyon cfs down 76 Canyon cfs same Edwards level cfs up Canyon Lake down 38 Local Vietnam veterans march through town See below Read about Comal County Players of the Page 6 New Braunfels New Texas Tuesday 1985 25 Cents 32 Pages2 Sections Business owner charged with theft By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer A 44yearold California woman remains in Comal County Jail today alter her Sunday night arrest in San Gloria Enander Giannini of is charged with felony theft over She was placed under bond by Municipal Court Judge David Felix head of the New Braunfels Police Department criminal investigations said that in early Giannini bought a local business and opened several business As part of the daily she deposited a check for at Texas Commerce said The check was written on a California bank account that had been closed for five Roque After depositing the Giannini allegedly returned to the bank several days later and with drew for a cashiers It was discovered on the 28th of October and thats when we were Roque Roque explained that investigators had been working closely with someone who knew He knew we were trying to ap prehend her and he was aware of the warrant and of her involvement with the check case at Texas Commerce Roque He had been in touch with her previously and there was a possibility that he would probably be in touch with her he We told him if he made contact with her to contact the police department either in New Braunfels or San Antonio and detain her until the police And thats what he did in San Roque The unidentified citizen detained Giannini Sunday night until the San Antonio police Roque said she was brought back to New Braunfels the same Giannini is on probation in where she was convicted of conspiracy to distribute counterfeit Roque She has also been charged and released on bond in Alameda and Los Angeles counties in California and in Weslaco for cases similar in nature to what has occurred Roque Police seek breakin suspects New Braunfels police are looking for two men who allegedly broke a window at the Landa Street Dairy Queen Monday night and escaped from a patrolman who spotted They were trying to break into the Dairy Queen and they had broken a but apparently did not get said Detective Juan When officer Tommy Gonzales drove they ran and he gave They outran The two white in their late teens or ran into the In spiration Drive Gusme Both men were slender and one was wearing a jacket with One of the men was carrying a he Anyone with information about the which occurred about 2 is asked to call the detective at Officer injured A police patrolman was slightly injured early Sunday morning when his patrol car slammed into a hackberry John Wommack said Mark Bryan was driving a little to fast to a call when he saw a vehicle that he thought was pulling out to the Bryan applied his but the car slid in the mud and then intp the And the tree didnt Wommack The car sustained moderate Wommack and Bryan was treated and released from McKenna Memorial Hospital after complaining of neck and rib The incident occurred about Wurstfest attracts local folks Wurstfest patrons do the Chicken Dance in the Wursthalle LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Wurstfest 1985 belonged to the people of New Braunfels Monday In honor of the celebrations 25th local residents with newspaper coupons were offered free admission to Wurstfest grounds Monday Regular gate ad mission is per Children under 12 are admitted Free admission has been offered at Wurstfest and there have been informal New Braunfels But the printed in last Thursdays TimesGuardian and Sundays were a new approach to combine both offers into an attractive Boxes full of coupons at the Wurstfest gates Monday night seemed to indicate the offer was very And so did these com ments from some local Wurstfest goers Anytime you can get in thats fine especially when its something good to come Beth Elliott Its a terrific Mondays and it feels good to have a night all to I think its a special night for our Stephanie Goodbread After they make Wurstfest what it I think it shows the Wurstfest Association does care about local former City Councilwoman Laverne Eberhard Weve moved away from the old image of and closer to one people should take the opportunity to see if they havent Don and Sandra Jackson said they found New Braunfels Night and its lesshectic pace Its a lot more enjoyable and a much slower he Its a good being able to come see those who know without having to fight a mob of she The free coupon may have brought some old Wurstfestgoers out of the See Page 3A Texans face amendment election today DALLAS AP Texas voters will decide today who will be mayor of whether San Antonios drinking water should have more and if the state should adopt a billion water The water package is split between Propositions 1 and which are among 14 proposed changes to the Texas The first amendment would authorize million in state bonds to raise money for treatment plants and flood control It also would set up a million insurance fund to back local water Proposition 2 would authorize million in bonds for lowinterest loans to farmers who buy water saving irrigation Lawmakers approved the water plan this Mark Bill Hobby and Speaker Gib Lewis have been campaigning in support of the The scattered opposition includes groups who fear the plan could lead to a program in which water collected in East Texas reservoirs would be sent to West Among other amendments is a proposal to allow the Texas Department of Corrections to trade troublesome inmates with other Voters in Houston must decide whether to keep Kathy Whitmire as mayor for a third twoyear term or return Louie Welch to a job he held for 10 Also in eight political newcomers known as the Straight Slate are running for City Council In San after months of heated voters will decide whether the nations 10th largest city should boost the natural parts per million of fluoride in the water supply to Mayor Henry Cisneros calls fluoridation long but the HomeownerTaxpayer Association contends its too The City Water Board has predicted it would take for the with recurring costs of about Counties see larger turnout in absentee voting The proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution prompted a larger than average number of people to vote absentee in Comal and Guadalupe Rosie Comal County said 146 people voted early on the She said the county has received 13 ballots in the Bosenbury said these numbers are higher than in the last amendment election held two years Ballots that were mailed to registered voters in this county will be accepted until 7 From 22 people voted absentee on the incorporation Mary Guadalupe County election said 119 people voted She said the turnout was higher than Only 28 Guadalupe County residents voted absentee on state constitutional amendments in Inside Todays weather It wUl be sunny and wanner today gnd Wednesday and partly cloudy DM cool The high tem perature will be in the mid70s with the low in the Todays low was 42 degrees and Mondays high was 74 Sunset will be at and sunrise wiU be at Vietnam veterans march for memories By SARAH DUKE Staff writer A group of Vietnam veterans huddled around a vigil fire at the National Guard Armory last night as they thought of the more than Americans who have not come home from the war in Southest We keep the fire going because the patrol is still not all of the men are back yet and were waiting for You never put out the fire until the last patrol is said George a Vietnam veteran and one of the organizers of the Journey to Vietnam veterans have been marching from Dallas to San Antonio is to remind Americans that there are still Americans unaccounted for in See Page 3A LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG A veteran watches over an eternal flame Veterans march Sunday along Interstate 35 CLARK HERALD ZEJTUIjIG
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