New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 20, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 20, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas *10 MO * ’J Bay AL.1_A' Today is the first day of spring! Enjoy*: 38] New Braunfels New Braunfels, Texas Ztitun Vol. 134, NO. SS Two Sections, 18 Pages Friday March 20, 1987 25 cents Stammtisch u \ new class in computer word processor has been organized The class will begin March 24 at 7 p rn al < an)on High School Steve Markins will instruct Ihe course us mg an Kasy XXriter IHM program Typing skills are necessary to take the class which will run for my weeks For more information or to register call Community Kducation at 625 »»81 I he Hill Grace family needs a bit of old fashioned neighborly assistance The fire th.it destroyed their home on the city s NS est F.nd last wi*ek left the Graces without a lot of hash things \ ny one wishing to help out the family can tk> so by calling Jutty lame al *12. > USI I Here s another worthy i .iuv Well actually it s "«*\«*ral worthy i ails*" Teen ( onnectam the \iter native School Foster Home Group amt Counseling servo e stand'- to benefit from a ii mile walk run or bicycle marathon saturday M.»r*h 2* Hegistration is from 7 to h a rn that day amt each entrant should obtain pledges tor miles covered by whichever means Kntrv fee is SIO a* starting point the Schlater ahn at 400 \ i ibertv Kntry fees art waived however for tho**e ft*,). anti ’'leslgi sheets 'stall of cleilvet entry forms to Ult XX s *n \n (onto lh.I sou know sour child can win a $ • Mo college st fnnarship or one of four Ii* s* f»<ilarships by wat th ng television I’s true it s true Watch \ Journey I bt*-ugh th** First 'lear of lait on cable teles I sion Mars h it at * p rn i s J t«» find out bow • ikas Sea Hr aunte|s«*r s u > time tt» help itut polite Thanks in part to our i rime Moppers program SH s finest fuse res overed a whole burnt of stolen pr»»j**rtv at lout $7 ■■ wortfi I Th* arreste<l part y however sr I saving where the television po lured ta* I ow came from lf vou rtVugni/e the tut»e let the [MilH «* know X »Hi i an t all th«*m at nj*4 NH1*I» or GD IHI It s the (ii st day of spring and although it Martini out a little strange (tie skies have turned partly cloudy whit ti is how they are expected to look most of the weekend Temperatures will leach tit* upjter Tits today with a south w md IO to bt mph I anight ami saturday there will be late night clouds with partly cloudy days Lows will ta* iii the dis and highs will ta* near ho XX iuds will ta* from the south ta*(w«H*n lo and la mph The Menu CLASSIFIED......I-7B COMICS.............SB CROSSWORD.......7    A DEAR ABBY........7A INSIGHT............SA OBITUARIES.......2A OPINIONS............4 RELIGIOUS FOCUS.6A SPORTS...........8-9A Comal County jailer is indicted for felony theft al < mintv jailer was ar Circumstances surrounding the testrd I liar sdav a. two scaled in    arrest acre unavailable as of lictments returned XXodnesdav by prevsttme today According to Chief deputy Brain John the jailer has ta*en reassigned to ad mmstrative duties at the jail pen ling the outcome of investigations into the . bai ges j ( otn.il 1 barges ol I amper mg [ words • .corge ’ e e jsed aunty grand jury on felony theft and w tti government • of) / ti 11*/    41    ti    n on t na o pf rsondl is ogt, .one t>oi .tis of fie    I    really    lion t know the det ails ach set t*y lodge Rota-rt IMueffer XXe have removed him from ■ th** I’Ii d ate disirut court    deputt/ation tot ihjw and reassign ton;alt. was magistrate*! bv ted tutti John said this morning Pre* un t I Justa Harold Krueger «: ’?< I’t-ace referring further questions to the district attornev s office Hydro project delays could spell overruns above $12.5 million B, SAUAH DUH I Pall Ar iter Guadalupe Bianco Kivei \uthoritv general manager said Thursday con tinned delays m construction ol the i any on Ham hydroelectric plant i ould substantially I im* re a se the cost «>t th** piujevt already estimated at more than VIJ > million for construe lion We ve git! to do evervthmg tignt on    bedub* to have it done as plant) ed John nj*** tit said during i hurs day s GBIC X directoi s meeting Plans call for construe'lion to start July I rile outflow channel is scheduled to in* closed next winter for atHiul un days when the turbine is installed in the electrical generating plant lf construction is not on schedule, the turbine installation will have to wait another veal Specht said The schedule is dr* able we vt* got to slav with it and press it in order to match that window he said The least environmentally sensitive tune for the river is in the dead of winter The least recreational use is in the dead of winter And the least water use downstream is in the winter mon tbs ” Spot lit said the cost of delay mg the project another year because modifications to Hit* outflow area may not In* completed next winter could cost more than IMO,two a month After a motion bv F.lliott Knox Comal County GBKX director the authority's board of duectors voted unanimously Thursday to order $2 27 million worth of equipment for the project Woman hurt A 50-year-old Santa KS woman was taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital suffering from back injuries she received Friday morning when a 1981 Chevrolet pickup in which was a passenger collided with a cement truck at the intersection of Texas 46 and Interstate 35 Extent of her injuries was unavailable as of presstime today Her husband Phillip Travis 55 was driving the pick-up that broadsided the cement truck driven by Juan Sierra 24 of New Braunfels No other injuries were reported Lt John Womack of NBPD said citations may De issued to Travis Travis headed east on 46 and approaching the I-35 underpass said he saw he had a green light and then attempted to change lanes when he looked back up and saw the cement truck making a left-hand turn onto the interstate s access road to head south The truck was nearly through the intersection when the collision occurred (Photo Py Deryi Clark) Illegal alien held for girl’s murder likely will go free By DAVID MAV Staff Writer A 22 year old illegal alien currently charged with the September murder of a 14-year-old Saltier girl will likely be released from county jail today following a grand jury s failure Wednesday to indict the man Htlario Fscalente X alenzuela was one of three persons no-billed by the Comal County grand jury this week Indictments were not returned against Ronald Rush on a burglary charge or Floyd Dwayne Allen on a charge of unlaw fully carry ing a weapon on licensed premises Assistant District Attorney Bruce Boyer who prosecuted in District At torney W illiam Schroeder s absence said a lack of evidence was the reason for the no-bill \ alenzuela probably will I** released according to provisions of the state s Speedy Trial Act which requires persons charged with felony crimes be brought to trial within 120 days of arrest He has been incarcerated in the county jail on a $ I fin.non bond since the incident Sept 2H Boyer said it is unlikely the case against X al»*nzuela will be presented to a grand jury again unless new evidence is uncovered X report that authorities with the Immigration and Naturalization Service seek to deport the man may not be true according to defense attorney Bual Cedillo Although ( edilio confirmed that Valenzuela who gave investigators a rural Comal County address is an illegal alien he said the Mate was probably interested in assuring X alenzuela remains in the area in case new evidence linking him w ith the murder is uncovered Numerous attempts to contact INS authorities in San Antonio this morn mg were unsuccessful Boyer said. however that INS officials had not yet contacted the district attorney's office and could not speculate what position the state might take Chief Deputy Brian John said INS authorities were due to interview X alenzuela today at the jail to deter mine his status A motion filed by Cedillo to either release him or reduce bond heard in district court here earlier this month was denied by Judge Fred Moore on the basis that lab reports were delay ed and expected in time to pre sent to thi- week's grand jury It was believed hair -ampler found at the murder scene matched those of the suspect Boyer cited failure by Comal Coun tv Sheriff investigators to >ecure the Set* ALIEN Page 2 A CAD amends'87 budget; hints at office relocation •y JIM WEARE Staff Writer Comal Central Appraisal District Nm: I et mree’ors Thursday voted to return almost $ 4 oho sn jr.-pent cai ryover funds to the v.inou- taxing jurisdictions while hin ting at a move out of existing offices before the end of the year Directors also decided to conduct a public budget workshop April I us Chief Appraiser Kl hard Rhodes put it to take care of the budget so we can get on va it ti the business of appraisals State allows entities such as appraisal distr; and governmental bodies to negotiate for office buildings and space w ithout employing the bid process The question of whether Comal ( AD can buy real property is pending before the state Legislature after a county requested state attorney general's opinion last week indicates the matter is ambiguous even moot while a bill pertaining to such ownership is pending in Xustin CAD directors are on record as bedev mg their present quarters are inadequate for growth in scope of cervices provided by the district Two bids for office space previously were rejected by See CAD Page 2A Greg Rot tit* G B K A s chief en gilder said the price tor the same equipment originally was bid two veal" ago for $1 ** million In lays in obtaining permits tor the project i re.ills! tin* riced it* renegotiate the price he said New Braunfels I t lilt Ifs has con Ducted with the river authority to purchase th** electricity generated al tin* plant MU ami GIIRX have worked (Mi til** project for more than five years "j**-* tit told the directors ti** I" ha\ mg trouble working out an arrange merit with 1’edernales electric i imperative to use the cooperative s power lines to move electricity generated at the plant to customers in New Braunfels FFC serves the ( anyon I uke area but will not receive power (rom Hie plant XX»* are hopeful that as we start construction they will realize the time has come to sit down and work this out There I" a substantial sav mg" to In* had if we do not Guild a transmission line specht said The oftici.il said he feels the Federal Knergy Regulatory l orn mission will modify the permit it issued allowing project construction GBRA requested the commission reconsider a provision rn the license requiring at least (Aleutite lect per sc* cond tie released continually from the lake Currently there is no minimum outflow from the dam River authori tv officials protested the require ment saying it is contrary to one o( the reasons for building the dam. Soe HYDRO. Page 2A When Courtney Goerges wrote the governer inviting him to lunch at New Braunfels Middle School, she could not have imagined she would wind up in the Texas capital... Sharing lunch with Uncle BH I By SARAH DUKE Stall Writer Courtney Goerges a seventh grade student at New Braunfels Middle School say s Gov Bill Clements is a friendly man who has excellent table manners She should know The 12 year old had lunch last week with the gover nor in Austin He told stones about when he was my age in the seventh grade,” Goerges said The lunch invitation came after the girl wrote Clements before his elec Hon inviting him to lunch at her school She took an interest in the governor s race while preparing for a mini mock trial in her Texas History class *‘l just real Iv got into it ” she said. so she decided she would like to meet the new governor Goerges sent the letter to his home address because* she w anted to make sure he got it instead of some secretary." she said Goerges interest in the governor's job also landed her a summer job at the Governor s Mansion She just might be the youngest person to ever work tor the governor Goerges said she is go ing to help out a few hours a week in Clement’s scheduling department Goerges got to take along a few friends to her meeting with the governor last Friday Her mother, Tina Goerges. and sister Holly Goerges went with her along w ith middle school counselor Sue Hayworth and two friends, I niversity of Texas student Christy Gunn and New Braunfels High School senior Melissa Garza Hayworth was impressed with the governor While we were eating we were all on our best behavior The conversation just flowed there was never a lull He w as very good at making us alt feel at ease " she said Hayworth said when the group arrived at the Governor $ Man sion they were chatting with some of Clement s staff members when all of the "Ud den thi" little man comes in and jus! like that it wa" I'ncle Bill " Political life !> not completely new to Goerges XX hile in elementary school she interviewed city council members and a mayor I just wanted to meet the other side ut p*liltics "he said describing why she wrote the governor After chatting with the Clements during lunch Goerges met Texas tirst lady Rita Clements The student a,mi has written a couple of letters to President Reagan But she "aid she s “giv mg up on him” because she has never gotten any response Goerges said she thinks politics are fascinating but she s not so sure she wants to become politician horse 11 “The capitol is really interesting and I think it would tie fun to work there But I don't know about tieing a politician." she said Hayworth and Goerges said the governor told them he was swamped with letters tiefore the election last November He told them all sorts ut people wrote him with ideas of things he should do Goerges said the governor gave tier a kiss on the cheek when she was leaving the mansion and gave her friends a hug ;

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