New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 12, 1987, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 12, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 12, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Senior citizen activities, PagelOA / Northcliffe VFD willing, Page 3A New Braunfels JJ-LL lami New Braunfels, Texas Sunday April 12, 1987 50 Cents Four Sections, 48 Pages Vol. 134, No. 71 Stammtisch UT In ease >ou were wondering what was to go in plai t* of all those ques Hon marks in Friday s Stammtisch item concerning a rabies clinic here s the answer Sh Nom incase you are sundering what this is all about now The Comal * ounty Veterinary M**du a A'soc tat ion is sponsoring a rabies clinic on April 25 from I to to I p rn at the Comal ( ounty Fairgrounds and the parking lot at Holy h omily ( atholu Church All dogs and cats are required t»y law to In* vaccinated against rabies eat h yt*ar and thi*» is a good time to do it bel .hiv the i ovf i> only and that includes the 5! that pays for a city tag ( ats should tx* in carriers and lings should tx* on leashes He\ Kid' VK anna eider a coloring contest Sure mu do Coto F» herd s 'tor** oft h lliott Knox Blvd and register \ panel of judges w ii Us ilk* Ahu h is the most deserving it a prize or two hid you know there are almost ab sun sal service agencies in this area ready to help you Witt, problems ranging from alcoholism to pregnant ie" to veterans tenet its Well there are The agencies offer local citizens relief and .is' stance lo find out more at*-ut Uh se agen des and their services read To lour /fed-th appear mg tuesday in this newspajer lf you would like a copy of a tuokad produced bv the Interagent v ( win t ii t ail I at by Kogei s at I exas {department of Human Services it VV I s M ot i a.I nj mc. We still have pee to Si* go S4 the Marne roumament of Hands rom peplum ’n san Antonio t he high school ja/i arni concert hand t«er form ani es for which we will giv* awav ?wo tit kets tot April I* and two more tor April are available t v i ailing »J > 'HAI i all the newspaper At>*riitav morning and at rung* to have them mailed or come bv and get em * * * rrf •- - itCtt'W I IT. c r Ic . I ll Kets t ost coning * ops .I I oui nament a I u*pai tmefit oi ben HI K si. Polk e Ileparti Harold s Ila. « I \T/ti ’obi N< ♦fit iw ii Sot tt.e . ‘I s ’sottbal lie at the ately of!ti Iraunfels here at asteii lilt a ga 11, a Of tier al tun at filet ii competition g» stuft to 4let and see and ail tor the worthy caus** of adding to a fund ti i reaie an ell af gem v * fiddler, s stieltei iii (tit na I County ll s satin Af av ll you wake up to clouds sunday don t despoil I fie. will give way to partly i ioudv skies Witt) a high tenurialue III tfle low ait s A tine day to! going out to Canyon l ake to soak up some oi those rays get out oil lf it* w aiel I libel s taking the plunge Saturday should have a Iepeat pet lot mum e sunday iii ethel words Cows tonight will Im* in the mid on s vt nil clouds mov mg hack into South Texas The Menu BUSINESS.........6    7B CLASSIFIED. . . IO 15B COMICS.............8B CROSSWORD UA DEAR ABBY....... 9B INSIGHT............5A KALEIDOSCOPE . I 4B OPINIONS...........4 A SPORTS.........13    14A Selma enforces speed limit despite emergency purpose transfer agreement B , DAV ID VAY Mao Ar der Hatibeiore Brothe has transferred blood and s|ms mien sumj **' for Ab Henna Memorial Hospital at snit m*v»" . ears sometimes it critical situations % but say * sh** may discontinue! tie service over a ticket "fie recently received Krotz** owns and operates I omal Tam and I K itverv s»*r\t> »* and has an agreement w th the hospital to perform the '«*rv n * which often oci ur' it the we** flours of th** morning She has made literally hundr**ds of trips bai k and forth t<etw«***n M Hi rn.a and san Antonio s hospitals anil hit***! t .inks * >n Man t a f* rulay no Ic•>» a man we t ti ding protu^ely sn’he emerg**ncy room of tfu fiospitai and do* tots were rapidly using then supply •I t'tisKl Brot/** was phoned and asked to pit k up surplus hit***! .it th** South I**v.*'> Hegiotiai Blood Hat k rn san Antonio A Selma poll* «* ult ii el stopped Brot/.** motoring towards Hun Antonio w it ti (lashing signal lights on a? ’ aff**! flea I it.*, fie- * * \ |motai t Ii Kl till tier Jot going 7 * miles p«*r flour Brot * contested th** tick**t teiore Selma munti ipal -ludgt Hoy Stroud she brought to court a letter from a AU Henna official explaining th** cir cumstance I ti** udge found her guilty and ordered 'i«*r to t.iK* a defensive driving tours* I >at in that court down th**r* and told tin* judge I Aas t.o! speeding oi my ai count Britt, e said she said the hospital s «*tt*    s«***n    *••!    to    make    him    angry ll** KU id that Wuk IU cm UM* I* fit* < Ult ’ UH leis (and that ti** must tm* the most uncompassionate man on the face ,t* the earth ll** got ira’** will n • I ti .til    m I w.i-    trying    to save a si** 'rut    * seem*    ti to make    fun. angrier se I just wriu’ up She 'aid she i annot afford "ucf ti- Kets and th* u ensuing insurance premium increas* » nut to men turn th**u eti**t t on btu    (riving    re* or I at    Hi** hospital s expense and    tiiough    she do*-sn    t want    to sh** said she may discontinue pr< v ting the service The respori'* bv th** Selma udgt ' ***pui'*\** to nu* said Mar u *«ar/a. tat* superv isor at M Henna In my etter I tried to emphasize the -ritKainess of th** si!ua! oi I don t think the otfu **r d>*> tit ket**! her really understood til* scojx* ct lh* 'itoutrun Car/a said a 1«*ed a man wa't tx_ fa*av .tv * the hospit.i s etnergetrcy ro*»n a* la < ” < available!.** * «t the facility tot . put; * '«*s    had teen used lh said the hospital only ive*;    .. minimum amount of bio*Hi in storage and. * * «*r that is being us* d uj the fiospHai must priku; *    *r*    rn mediately l h** mar du d at Hie hospital thong* > te.df was not cause*! t*v Brot/** ' d**lav VV** tiav* t»* » !i ko busy ac ne**d a course! ' • Vue *ni! a said Ile said til* dido t know Ai    d course the hospital might take shout K: •’ «    :<    Ie to discont mu** servic* Selma Hoi ic** Chid Hen Wolf! supported Hr tee s Set T AX! Povji - A B» DAV ID WAY Stat* Writer \«*w Hrauntels I Kitties president I* ( Mornmnweg 'aid the utilities t»oard of trustees need lime o con ' let i ity Manager .Jim* Michie ' re . lev; .a an additional 'J* J «»••** in in ^governmental transters Michie maiie tfu* request Friday if.**’ our during th* t*oard s regular meeting The increase would •raii'late into a special levy to utility «•■♦•< *t u us«*r' within city limits of three quarters of a mill a rate based or k .ow ut flour - u'«*d I ii** request figures out to an in . reuse .d .itMiut cents monthly to the average hou'**hoid Mornhinweg said Hi** request need' careful consideration 'inc** 'Uch an increase is not in ’he utilities budget at pu*'ent rh** item will Ik* ba* k on the tMiat J s agenda April to We need time to think about this We . ai d tike some input from u’ < ells arui rate payers Moi nhmweg told Michie Let s not deflate it hk1 ay The .ev y would et tee t rate payers within t Ty limits or Iv The illy is seeking addition.* transfers from the utilities to N ip ut *.'**! a re* J Ut* sled tiUiiget that ** sam* ' million ‘V**r anticipated revenues in the corning ti'cal year that bt gins .July I c ity boulle hopes b * .<• ** ap proved the third reading of * * opci ating budget bv June "I want to you to be well aware that the city's budqet is not being balanced by plac mq the entire burden on the NBU ratepayer Joe Michie (si B City Manager Michie 'aid atter th* meeting that the requested rn reuse from ttout ii it its. is already written into the c. tv ' anticipated revenue figures tor the next fiscal term and that denial of the request t>v th* board would necessitate additum.* budget dele Hons I i*“«*l that th* lequest is modest ii. comparison with prix af* utility iran fuse payments ti dies and tho'** transfers from it ter municipally owned owned s y *•f * * *' Michie told trustee' The city -owned uh tv current \ pass Hie city a ii .rictus* He of Tv > ut* ant * aal. y Michie said that not * rev is such a transfer leg.* md .>customary fiom anc ufility U'*t ^ public righLoi a ay I want you to I t vt* ware that th** city s huug**i is not t>» ,.,g balanced by placing the * situ** f ui <len on the NHI r at epa v el he st.»te*i Michie i' expected at buy bonnie** NSU Page IA Juvenile crime has probation offices busy Guadalupe. Comal counties report record referrals as juveniles commit serious offenses B, JOHN KASIN (« Cor * expand* lit AN it ti a sagging economy a rise in unemploy ment and a surge iii cl mu* IxUh tfu* i omal and buadalup* county Juvenile Probation Depart merits have (>*‘**n inundated with rect*rd refer i .tis m tfu* last month and already tin buadalup** * ounty office flus fist an all tim* high for tfu*year with lo*referrals A* cording to t .moi Koherson bom d bounty Juvenile Probation officer local referrals almost doubled in March There wert* refer i als iii January JI iii February and Kl in March J J**i off it ** flail a total of 29 * referrals in I* mc and six juveniles were placed in tfu* Texas Depart ment of i un net ions Kotrerson said of the uh referrals iii Hic last three months all w**re attributed to felony and robU*ry offenses however there wert* also some runaway cases Du* program lias been rial promising I'he re are some g«*od points and there ai** som* had points 'fu* said It really depends upon tfu* indiv (dual situation at hand say a IU year old tmy ss caught Mealing and he is picked up bv Mu o. ai jx u «* After the jk»Iic** fiav** completed Hint walk oil the kid ti** rn then r* fen**d to oui otlu* when* we woik w itll the mdiv idual to I i v to tu*lj> him The kid is placed on probation where he must comply to strict guidelines ll lie repeats a crime while or probation the * a'** I' then turn ***1 over to th* district attorney for further ac lion Hotierson -.aul We ret us** no referrals and iii all cases we try t< help th** kid despite th** amount of Hunts we have to woik with Oui local poin t* pin' count y law enfin cement of Petals have worked well in making the jim gram work Juvenile crime iii Guadalupe bounty so tai this year has Int an all tune high and already law enforcement lias made lo referrals ac cording to Guadalupe bounty Juvenile Proba Hon Office! Manbeth Powers At that rate more than HOO referrals could in* made hv Hic v ear while HTH referrals wen* made end of Halil J UH* i The center which has it; the past been operated un > part tim* basis has been operating 24 flour' a day for more Hum two week' Power' '.od The capacity of the center is 'ix but during a recent weekend it was full and over capacity with seven youths three from other amtrac ting counties The juveniles wen detained tor a variety of offenses such as car theft violation of legal court order burglary and other crimes which necessitated holding a child for P hours to IU days Powers said According to Powers th** department con tracts w itll a Jew neighboring counties that have no detention centers to hold the juveniles Ai ceptance of juveniles is based on offenses and it the center has a choice l>etween accepting u juvenile who committed a minor crime in Guadalupe bounty and a child from another countv who committed a more serious crime th** more serious offender w .1 be housed at m . center Hut we certainly try to accommodate them because it makes mopey tm the county sh* added Powers said she hopes hor department can grat* the attention ut juvenile' after their first offenses and prevent them iron getting mvoiv od m i lit**ot crime J mr philosophy in juvenile probation is that the place to stop crime is when the kids are lo. I! 12 on up not after th* \ v« n**en in the pen twoor three times she said Die center is s.n mg county taxpayers money It costs Guadalupe taxpayers only $ihjh*i day to hoosp juveniles in the Guadalupe center while ’N* daily rate at the Bexar County facility is i>H*i Powers is pleased that the depart ment ha' in ti ate* I a program to keep some of Hu* kids off he sit eel Die program was begun with the helj' of the Seguin Police Department just Jo See BUSY Page 7A Human hairs pulled out of Canyon Lake Aw CAO AM mil* cr Photo by Derv1 Cia’** Four injured in one-car rollover A dav at th* » lake turned to a men nightmare as a car with tour follow p.»'s**ngei s ran oft the sale « t FM The JUT > at Tom br o k Saturday after feet o noon w hen A San Anton!* > woman is Its eel in w hen serious conduit rn in the int* •H'iv e steep care unit at Hr o*»M* Army Af wheal Dx Center ane ma n is in stable antal and two cond I other Huge ion lo Ai r* tr**at**d tor minor injurit*' * mg th** one car ai cident tent isiurr**d within lo* Iv las! At***K n was ktlled d down the a* the si!*- of a bs! i ( an von I.ak** i his vehicle r< ‘mhankmer’ dr iut in S.Jur lk*an Grimm w.»' westbound control struck a guard rail then roll *sf down the embankment near Tom breek lM*partment of Public safety Boger Garza estimated the car roiled a g*nj<1 lo* to I rat yards U*b»re coming to a stop upside down l h** group apparently were returning irom an outing at < any on I.ak* ac cording to police Set AR E CK Page 2A Bv SARAH DUKE Staff Arder Divers near the < anyon Lake Marina found what har been deter mined to be human hair while trying to md a body on the lake txittom Fri day I rudie and I)av id AAendt owner' of Tropical Divers in San Antonio spent more than one and a half hours sear ching the lake Friday and tried again Saturday The pair was looking for a body possibly that of missing san Antonio teen ager Debbie Moberg Th** divers were following a tip from Lynn and Dirk Kichel of ('anyon Lake The couple found what they believed to be human hail while fishing off the dock at the marina mon* than a month ago The incident was reported to the Comal ( ounty Sheriffs Department who found was a la*, k of ev idence to justify a search Volunteers searching for the san Antonio teenager who has been missing since January took up the sear* h at the fishing site Last week a Uh al diver found nothing near the ii*r k a here the hair w a> found It.** Wendts said they were asked to dive sn the area Along with the "It was human hair. but we don't know whether it was out of a wig or lust what. God it could have been there for months." Neel Etheredge Game Warden hair the divers found an old car frame that was drug out of the water hut they found no indication that a human body was in the lake near the dock David Wendt said the hair was on the txittom of the lake and was not attached to anything that could tx* a txxly bomal County Game Warden Nee! Ftheredge said San Antonio medical examiners verified that the hair found Friday was human it was human hair but we don I know w hether it w .*> out of w ig or just what God it could have been there tor months Ftheredge 'aid He ad ded that it is unlikely the anything else w ill U* tound at Hi** area See related Photo PageiA Michie defends NBU ;