New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 13, 1985, Page 2

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung December 13, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A H9xa\6 Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, December 13,1985Hospice Tree of Lights On Divine's patio at the Courtyard Shopping Center Volunteers on duty Monday through Friday, 4 p.rn. to 8 p.rn. Saturday 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Entertainment Schedule Dec. 13,5 p.m. Elizabeth Elliott Dec. 14,2 p.m. Mariachi Cardenas and at 4 p.m. First Baptist Church Trio. Dec. 15, 2 p.m. First Methodist Church Bell Choir and at 4 p.m. Church of the Nazarene Choir Dec. 16,6:30 p.m. Canyon High School Balladier Dec. 17,5 p.m. Canyon Middle School Choir Dec. 18, 6:30 p.m. First Baptist Church Ladies Handbell Choir Dec. 19,6:30 p.rn. Hot and Dusty Band Dec. 21, 2 p.m. First Protestant Church Bell Choir and at 4 p.m. Kinderchor and the Bavarian Village Band Dec. 22, 7:00 p.m. Closing ceremonies 8 Carolers from New Braunfels Presbyterian Church and supporters of Hospice New Braunfels Make a $10 donation to Hospice New Braunfels and honor someone who "Lights Up Your Life Police lack motives for triple slaying SAN ANTONIO (AP) - A brother, sister and another man were found bound and shot to death in the woman’s northside apartment and detectives had no trace of a motive, police said. The victims, identified as Eva Dominguez. 31, her brother, Robert Ornelas, 32, and Jesse Sada Kiveria. 49. all suffered single bullet wounds from a large caliber gun in the side of the head, the medical examiner’s of fice said. Medical Examiner Roy Aguilar said the three had been dead at least eight hours when discovered by Ruben Ornelas, another brother, about 7:15 p.m. Thursday in the northside apartment. Homicide detective Bob Urban called it "the most grisly multiple murder” he’d ever seen. "There was no bit of motive that officers could determine,” Urban said. •^he woman was found in a bathroom, handcuffed and shot in the head. The two men were found sprawled on a bedroom floor, their hands tied with duct tape and bound in front, investigators said. Dominguez had a small child that was with a babysitter at the time of the killing, officers said. Detectives said they suspected a struggle occurred and the three may have been beaten before the shootings. Charitable donations down SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Local charities, hit hard by demands from earthquakes, hurricanes and other disasters this year, are having a hard time raising money this Christmas. Collections at the Salvation Army’s traditional Christmas kettles are slightly above half the total at this time last year And Red Cross officials say they fear a membership drive will fall short of its goal Louise Locker Elliott, Elf Louise director, said her program is having trouble raising money and attracting volunteers to deliver Christmas gifts to children in poor families. A recent radiothon raised $50,000, compared to $70,000 for last year. However, United Way Campaign Director Jack Miller said his organization’s fund-raising has not had any problems and, in fact, is running ll percent ahead of last year’s pace. Bill Noble, a Salvation Army spokesman, said latest figures show the kettles have received $17,729, compared to $32,209 at the same time last year. "The big surge in giving for the Mexican earthquakes and the hurricanes this year, I think that’s going to affect giving for the rest of the year,” Noble said.Computer taken from school Computer equipment was taken in the second break-in within five days at Carl Schurz Elementary. About $1,775 in computer equipment was taken from the school this week. Both break-ins, one Dec. 5 and one Monday, occurred in the teacher’s workroom of Portable Building F 2. a spokesperson at Carl Schurz said. "In the first attempt, it looked as if the burglar attempted to take some material, but stopped. Whether he was spooked or changed his mind, we don’t know,” Detective Juan Gusme with the New Braunfels police said. Monday’s break-in involved a $275 computer screen, a $900 computer keyboard and a $000 printer, the police report said. The case is still under investigation.Consultants: Airport gains importance By BANA BVKBSTBiET Staff writer New Braunfels Municipal Airport has come a long way since the 1940s when it was a trainer base for B-29 bombers. According to two consultants, the airport is turning into a hot spot in a growing city. Members of the airport advisory board Thursday night received two sets of recommendations for airport use — one an airport area land use study and the other a study of the airport’s operations. In her study of the area's existing and future land use. consultant Debra Goodwin recommended the city annex a majority of the land bounded by Interstate 35, Texas 4«» South, Alligator Creek, and the airport. By having title to the approximate ly 4,500 acres, the city would have control over what may be built on the land, how tall a structure may be, and how the land will develop There are some homes scattered throughout the agricultural area surrounding the airport now. Goodwin pointed out “The major developed areas are along Interstate 35 and Texas 46 South, most of which is commercial,” the report states "Initiating a plan in the area at this point in time is highly recommended as there is such sparse existing development.’’ the report continues "It is a much easier task to direct new growth rather than redirect existing growth or contend with non conforming uses ” Goodwin also recommended forming a joint airport board with officials from New Braunfels, Comal and Guadalupe counties. The Loop 337 extension around the city will affect the airport, Goodwin said She presented three possible routes of the road, which would tie into EM 3(Ki and lead to the airport The report also offered a plan for future development of the area surrounding the airport, calling for multi family and commercial development to remain close to the two highways The area along EM 758 is recommended for airport expansion or placement of aviation related industries The idea of developing an industrial park at the airport is commendable, according to a San Angelo consultant. "Development of this industrial site represents a real challenge for the city. Chamber of Commerce, industrial councils and the airport board,” said Al Reary, who produced a 150-page report of the airport’s potential. His document, which was paid for by the New Braunfels Industrial Foundation, addresses the airport land and its uses The booklet recommends a lease policy, operation and maintenance manual, and rules and regulations for the facility. “The airport probably is sitting in the middle of an explosion in the next IO years,” Reary told the advisory board. "In addition to the excellent location, New Braunfels is in a position to support an upgraded role with its airport facility.” Approximately 26 industries already use New Braunfels Municipal Airport with their high-performance aircraft. Now is the time. Reary said, to begin a promotional program to entice more high-performance aircraft use. Anticipating that the local airport will be designated as a reliever airport for San Antonio, Reary suggests the city adopt "some kind of solid, systematic, routine maintenance program and an operation program be put into effect.” One of his top suggestions in the hiring of a full-time airport manager. "Hire a new man with an aviation background, who has the ability to be a leader; (someone) the fixed-base operators can work with and you can work with,” Reary said. Reary also recommends that the landing fields be upgraded, that a joint city-county zoning ordinance be enacted and that the instrument lan- See AIRPORT, Page 12ADeaths Majorie Ann Jones Services for Majorie Ann Jones of Houston, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, at Colonial Funeral Home in Pasedena. Mrs. Jones, 53, died Dec. ll, at the Methodist Hospital in Houston. She was born Nov. 3, 1932 to Marvin, and Ottilia Daum in New Braunfels. Survivors include her husband. Sam Jones of Houston; two sons, Tim Jones of Houston, Carlton Jones of Denver, Colo.; one sister, Martha Young of Eden, NC.; and one brother Tammy Daum of New Braunfels. Alfred Johnson Services are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Alfred Johnson, of Star Rt. 2. Box 236 in Canyon Lake. Johnson. 81, died Dec. 12 at his home Henry F. Hammer Services are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Henry F Hammer, of 833 Twin Oaks in New Braunfels. Hammer. 80, died Dec 13 at his home City, county to auction off surplus goods What do you do with 108 wire baskets or 50 metal ballot boxes? lf you are the City of New Braunfels or Comal County, you would auction them off along with bicycles, used patrol cars, mowers and air conditioners The city and county are getting together to auction off an odd assortment of surplus property at 9 a rn Saturday at Comal County Fairgrounds with auctioneer Frit/. Anton of Kyle The most usual items are office equipment, office furniture and radio equipment. But also on the list are one scuba tank, two newspaper rack*, three weed eater*, four prisoner screens and five doors from the old courthouse annex. All purchases must be paid in full the day of sale with cash or cashier’s checks. All personal or business checks must be accompanied by a letter from the bank guaranteeing payment. Food and refreshment will be available on the grounds. For more information call County Auditor Bate Bond, 625-6248, or Anton, 268-1341.WeatherHOLIDAY SATELLITE SPECIAL “Fully Remote/ Programmable System includes SIS LSR Receive* /Actuals SIS 100°INB Chiip.iMi Feedhom 9 ti Southern Spun Distr Total SI .900 plus tax ELLIOTT SATELLITESYSTEMS 629-6449 Texas A blast of Arctic air moved southward across Texas today, bringing with it much colder temperatures and the threat of subfreezing temperatures in South Texas The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for the Winter Garden, coastal bend and Lower Rio Grande Valley area » Temperatures are expected to dip to near freezing in the Valley. Temperatures at the freezing mark > would not seriously harm the valley’s citrus crop, still trying to come back after a disastrous freeze in 1983, but * could harm some of the area's ^vegetables * The leading edge of the frigid air * pushed across the Panhandle. South - Plains and western portions of North : Texas early today. Temperatures Z plunged inot the teens and lower 20s ’ in the area covered by the frigid air v; Light snow continued in some ^preas today, prompting the National ^Weather Service to keep a travelers ^advisory in effect for the Panhandle, * South Plains and northwest portions £ of North Texas today. Skies should be mostly clear over I most of the state except for South Ii Texas by tonight. !' Lows tonight will range from near I IO in northwest sections of of North Texas to near 20 in southeast portions of North Texas. Lows tonight in West Texas will range from near IO in the Panhandle to the mid 20s in Southwest Texas In South Texas, lows tonight will range from the up per teens in tin* Hill Country to near freezing in the Valley. Highs Saturday will ire in tile 30s and 40s in North Texas, and in the 40s and 50s in West Texas Headings in South texas Saturday will Im* in the 40s and 50s Early morning temperatures were in the atis in southwest and central portions of Nortli Texas and readings were in the 30s in South Texas only a few readings were in the 40s and those are in far South Texas Extremes ranged from 14 at Amarillo to 44 at Brownsville Other early morning readings around the state include 19 at Wichita Falls, 29 at Fort Worth. 31 at Waco. 33 at Lufkin. 32 at Austin. 31 at San An tonio, 37 at Corpus Christi, 26 at San Angelo, 20 at Lubtrobk. 18 at Midland and 28 al Bl PasoForecasts North Texas: Mostly clear and very cold tonight Lows near IO northwest to near 20 southeast Sunny and not as cold Saturday with highs in the upper 30s to low cr 40s West Texas: Fair most sections tonight and mostly sunny Saturday. Not quite as cold tonight Warmer Saturday Lows tonight near IO Panhandle to mid 20s Big Bend Highs Saturday lower 40s Panhandle to mid 50s Big Bend South Texas:    Freeze    warning tonight for the Winter Garden lower coastal I>end and Lower Rio Grande Valley Hsrald-Zeitung IUSPS 37/ 880) It you have riot received your paper by 5 30 p.m. luesday through Friday or by 7:30 a m. Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p.m. and 11 a.m., respectively. Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S Casten Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131 Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S Casted Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131. Dave Kramer . Editor/Gen Mgr. Susan Haire . . . Managing Editor Claude Scruggs ..... Publisher Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Sandi Hutter    Asst. Adv Mgr. Cheryl Br/o/owski .... Class Mgr Don Avery . » Circulation Manager Carol Avery . Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel........Press    Foreman Patricia Yznaga King . . . City Editor Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David King........Sports    Editor Subscription Rates (Includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall Counties: 3 months, $ 10.78; 6 months, $18.82; one year, $33.64. Mail delivery outside Comal County, In Texas 3 months $18.92, 6 months, $3364; one year $63.08. Mail outside Texas: 6 months, $42.00; one year $70.00. Postmaster:    Send address changes to P O Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78131.'Let us send your Christmas Greetings! Since Christmas is a time of being with friends and family, why not let us send your greetings in a community Christmas Card? By contributing the money you would spend on local cards and postage to the Comal County Mental Health Retardation Center, we will print your name in a Community Christmas Card in the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung and the Times Guardian Newspapers and Broadcast your Greetings on & during Christmas week. Yojir donations can bring joy and happiness all year round. The Mental Health Mental Retardation Center is an outreach clinic of the Austin State School and the San Antonio State Hospital which provides Mental Health care and Mental Retardation Set vices to eligible residents of Comal County. The 13 employees of the center are funded by the State, but it is the reponsibi11ty of the community to raise the funds for the operating expenses of the center. Your Christmas contributions may be sent by Thurs. Dec. 19 to: Comal County Mental Health Mental Retardation Center 511 North St. New Braunfels, Texas 78130 ;

  • Al Reary
  • Alfred Johnson
  • Bob Urban
  • Carl Schurz
  • Carlton Jones
  • Carol Avery
  • Claude Scruggs
  • Dave Kramer
  • David King
  • Debra Goodwin
  • Don Avery
  • Eva Dominguez
  • Jack Miller
  • Jesse Sada Kiveria
  • Louise Locker Elliott
  • Majorie Ann Jones
  • Martha Young
  • Robert Ornelas
  • Roy Aguilar
  • Ruben Ornelas
  • Sam Jones
  • Susan Haire
  • Tammy Daum
  • Tim Jones
  • Wanda Lasater

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: December 13, 1985

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