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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Nor the I iff e February 1 investigators say they at tempt to match Guiiliams finger priats with throe on track Harbvrth sairi it has been learned that Ouiliiams had been staying with the Carrvlls Jw vvera days We felt sure that the suspect be someone him He made suns the roan not lire to Harbwtb said Guittiams reportedly refused to cooperate with investigators during questioning at the ashing only to Siee an attorney Were not through with our in vestigation we still have some more work to Hartwrtb said At toe time o the in were question the woman because she was hysterical and had to be sedated that When she walked in through her paces the next day at the some details changed in her ac cording to Lawmen obtained an arrest war rant tor the brotherinlaw following questioning of the woman Wednes I imagine she was scared at Hartwtb Shannon given 20year term LESLIE A J Audience members listen to speakers at Wednesdays forum Leaders Aesthetics not citys responsibility More restrictions could cause many developers to go elsewhere Realtor By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer New Braunfels residents should lake the initiative for creating a land scaping ordinance if they want said City Manager Joe Michie Wednesday along with other addressed the New Braunfels Garden Councils Maintain Beauty with Growth forum at the Comal County Senior Citizens We sort of landscape through the backdoor We do not have an or dinance to that the city manager said New HraunfeJs government tries to regulate landscaping through zoning Michie expressing doubt thai a landscaping ordinance would originate from New Braunfels City Council Such an ordinance would set requirements on commer cial development probably requiring natural such as shrubbery or wooden or stone fences between commercial and residential proper ty Lead the effort to gel this im Its a whole lot more ef fective if it comes from the New BraunfelK Chamber of the Downtown Association or you You all can make this he STOPPERS New Braunfels Coma County Crime Stoppers are extending the deadline one week for rewards on In formation obtained in connection with an armed robbery of a conve nience Through Crime Stoppers will pay lor Information leading to the arrest and grand Jury indictment of the person or persons who robbed Ute SacNPac located on lxxp 437 near Texas 46 on the after noon of A privately funded nonprofit Crime Stoppers pays up to for any information regardinga felony that leads to such an arrest or Indictment of person or persons Informants may remain On that Sunday afternoon at ap proximately a man entered the store and told the clerk that he had a gun and would ttll her If she did not do as he The clerk was taken to the back of the store where she remained until the suspect was through ransacking the counter area looking or money and other Tbjj suspect is described as a Latin mate to his 30s and approximately 5 linch tall and lnches At the time of the robbery the suspect was wearing blue a red baseball He is briieved to have left Uie scene a Wue Chevrolet Anyone with information abojut thjg or toy otter tetopy siwuW eaD m TIPS and speak to the officer on vUl He asked to give their told the more than V residents at the Realtor Bernie represen ting told those attending the forum that too many restrictions on even for aesthetic pur could result in less The forum was an effort by the Garden Council to allow community and business leaders discuss their views on protecting the aesthetics of the Tom executive director of the Chamber of discuss ed the types of industry his organiza tion is trying to David New Braunfels parks direc explained the parks system is trying to keep up with a growing population and visitor County Extension Agent Bill Schumann discussed the growing threat to the Edwards Underground Water District and the developers views of Developers are in business for one reason they need to turn a profit if theyre theyre not going to go Into the Boarnet He added that developers plan subdivisions with profit in Many go to the trouble of landscaping the entrances and common areas in subdivisions and business but only to increase their chanches of selling People buy residential property on With this in developers went in and made the subdivision as pleasing as he said about the Forest Waters sub division and some of San Antonios more expensive Boarnet said that mandatory land scaping for developments would never work because some developers will only comply to the extent re Its like legislating morali it doesnt he Boarnet added that requiring developers to build parks within sub divisions is an expensive proposition and would probably eventually discourage The bottom line wui prevail and if we require too developers are going to take their developments someplace else and then we wont have to worry about he The New Braunfels parks director said the city is having a little trouble keeping up with Based on ci ty Whatley New Braunfels residents pay an estimated annually for their parks depart I think thats pretty he What Im hoping for is when police department gets what it needs BROOKS is pleased to announce the relocation of his offices to 908 Court TX 3796821 Specializing in Hose Throat HeacJ Neck Surgery Facial Plastic Reconstructive Surgery By DAVID MAY Writer A San Antonio man received 20 years in the Texas Department of CorrectiOQs lor his role in the drugrelated murder o a San woman last Sept William Dee was sentenced in Slate District Court by Judge Fred Moore after earlier reaching a pleabargaining agreement District AtUmer William Shannon was one of two def endents in the multipleStabbing death of San dra who was found partial ly nude and stiU alive in bushes alongside North Point subdivision off FM 1853 and FM She was discovered by a his wife and two chDdren who were walking past toe area apprcndmatdy 12 hours Obituaries after the Glen Pasfi a CD del changed bis ptea rote in nocent to gaQty moments before a jury was to begin hearing Bowden received a year sentence in Berry died en route to an area hospital A report by the Bexar Coun ty Medical Examiners office said the fatal wound was to the abdomen resulting in 3 pierced She bad been stabbed and slashed repeatedly and also had sustained multiple ant bites from lying in the At the time of Bowdens sentenc Comal County Sheriffs In vestigator Gordon Lilluex called the murder brutal and According to an affidavit signed by Shannon and told to the trio had been out in the early mor ning hours looking to obtain drugs Shannon said he had fallen asleep in Bowdens car and when be woke up be iound the two talking outside the He said Bowden appeared U be on speed by that Bcwden aUedgedly toW Shannon they were going to have to do her because be supected her of snit ching on them to ac cording to Shannons statement who was living with Shan non and his wife at their south San Antonio had been picked up by Windcrest police a week before the She was not held by Wind crest authorities and no charges were ever filed against Shannon said he left the car and had walked about 50 feet when he turned and saw Bowden attacking Berry with a The men then dragged her into the bushes and Jane Polen Arrangements are pending at Zoeiler Funeral Home for Jane of San She died at Medical Ceriter Serapia Sara Galvan Services will be 21 at 10 in Holy Family Catholic Church for Serapia Sara The Francis Maas will Burial will be in Peter and Paul Catholic Rosary will be 20 at at Zoeller Funeral 419 died 17 at McKenna Memorial She was born in Mex She was the widow of Faustino Galvan who died in The homemaker had been a resident of New Braunfels for more than 40 Survivors include a Henrietta Castilleja of New Braunfels Jovita Aguilar and Dolores Perez of New and Josephine Herrera of Peter Galvan of El Campo Anselmo Rivera of El Campo 32 grandchildren and numerous great Guadalupe Gallegos Guadalupe of Box died 17 at McKenna Memorial Rosary will be recited at today at Zoeller Funeral Services will be 20 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church with the Flanagan of Burial will be in Peter and Paul Catholic Gallegos ws born in Guadalupe County to Ruberto and Felicitas nee Garcia He married Dominga Hernandez in New He was a gardener and lived in New Braunfels most of his He was a member of Padres de Familia of Marion and Padres de Familia of Survivors include his Domina Gallegos of New Braunfels Guadalupe Garcia and Sofia Torres of New and Dominga Patina of Garwood Ascencion Gallegos Jose Medellin Reyes Medellin and Isabel Medellin of New Braunfels Refugia Segura of New Braunfels Pablo Tre Jose Trejo and Jose Gallegos of New Braunfels 36 grandchildren and 13 Pallbearers will be Fermin Patina Eberardo Garcia Isabel Reyes Joe Reyes Medellin and Ascencion Gallegos Stephan Doring Memorial funeral services for Stephan Doring of Austin will be held Friday at 4 at HendersonBeck Funeral Home in Round Rock with the Davis Taylor died 11 in a Round Rock He was born May 1921 in East to Charles and Polly Doring had a bachelor of science degree and masters degree in psychology from Virginia Com monwealth He was retired from the Navy and a per manent member of Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Doring had just retired from the Comal County Mental Health Survivors include a Kay Spring of California and a niece of and they fire department gets what they need and the public works department gets their garbage I guess the parks department will get he Whatley said the parks department needs numerous in cluding a new swimming pool and improvements at the Soccer The soccer fields are rough fields with unpaved Schumann said the lifeblood of New Braunfels the Comal Springs and the Edwards Underground Water District are in He outlined the water districts efforts at creating a regional water plan to limit withdrawal from the Schumann is a member of the Citizens Advisory Group of the water The bottom line is if we dont find an alternative source of water for some of the major users like San An there wont be any he adding that the water district and San Antonio are working together to find a Through everyone has realiz ed that were drinking out of the same The executive director of the chamber of commerce said he does not expect the population in New Braunfels to grow at the rate it grew in the 1970s when the population in Comal County increased 50 The economy will probably pick up about 1988 or he adding that an increase in economic activity should prompt population Our average age is going up and that is not necessarily We need to keep a We need to have those jobs that attract 25to 35year Purdum He said the chamber is interested in attracting diverse industries to the We do not believe high tech is the way to because that Is nothing but assembly plants with a lot of hazardous Purdum He added that the chamber is working to preserve New Braunfels German In the 50s and even there were grandmas and grandpas and mammas and dad dys telling their children not to speak German in the playground at he explaining the anti German mood of the country at the Then in the chamber was instrumental in creating Wurstfest and shortly the city celebrated its Those two things I believe caused this community to recognize the importance of preserv ing and promoting our German Weather Water Watch Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake outflow Canyon Lake Edwards Texas Weather Snow fell across a vast area of West Texas today and forecasts call ed for the snow to spread into western and central sections of North Texas tonight and Accumulations of I to 2 inches were expected today over portions of West Texas with similar accumulations expected as the snow continues The snow is expected to end from the west Snow falling at dawn over the High Plains and western portions of the Edwards Plateau and a travelers advisory was in effect through same 877 cfs down 7 cfs same down up 30s and ranging to the 50s in southern sections of the state with some readings expected to reach into the 60s in extreme South Early morning temperatures were mostly in the 30s and 40s except in South Texas where readings were in the Extremes ranged from 30 at Amarillo and Guadalupe Pass to 63 at tonight for the South Plains and Per mian Basin because of snow and ice on bridges and A broad area of low pressure centered over western New Mexico was being blamed for the resumption of wintry weather across Rain will be spreading across eastern portions of North Texas this It be cloudy through Friday in South Texas with a chance of Lows tonight will be in the 30s and 40s over North in the 20s and 30s over West and in the 40s and 50s in South Highs Friday will be mostly in the PRO TEXAS A NEW OPTIONAL CALLING PLAN FROM On November 1986 Communications of The Inc filed with the Public Utility Commission PUC of Texas to introduce a new optional calling PRO Texas A comparable interstate 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