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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 16, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Red Tide merely Page 9 A P VC picnic Page 3B New Braunfels New Texas Thursday April 25 Gents Two Pages Stammtisch Tickets are still of for the Second Annual Cops and Robbers Softball Tournament May 16 at Camp Comat Park Its a chance to see if our area law enforcement folks are as adept at catching fly balls as they are at ap prehending speeding motorists and almost the event promises to be one whale of a lot of Tickets are Thats a really cheap Tickets are available at HEB New Braunfels Police Depart Texas Department of Public Safety offices in New Pats Place and here at the If you come by the ask for cause hes got the We got your we got your helicopter we got your pitching we got your dunking and thank Joe Miller of Wholsesale Beers for providing so much support for this effort to bring in money for creation of an emergency childrens shelter in Coma County The Senior MexicanAmerican Club of 1987 will conduct an Easter Egg Hunt from 10 to noon Saturday in Eikel this is different anyway The lop photo shows MiHS senior Ityan Purdy Baby Iurdy while the lower picture is of senior Mark Shafer during the recent Beastle Beauty event at the school Harold thinks theyre but then Harold enjoys hockey and wears cologne called o Marks A Lot II you liked yesterday s weather you will just love the forecast for the next several days More ot the same with temperatures today and tomorrow expected to reach into the ao s complimented by light southerly w mds i lu mph Sunday may turn partly cloudy however no ram is in the immediate forecast Tonight will be fair and mild with lows in the upper 5os The Menu 1 SA 4B 4B 44 QUTQQQBS 21 Mismatch One of six persons riding in a vehicle sus tained iniuries in a twovehicle accident Wednesday just before noon at FM 725 and Zipp Road when a dump truck clipped the knocking it off the road and down a slight Treated and releas ed trom McKenna Memorial Hospital for in juries to her right arm was Erma Caballero 22 of 776 Mulberry in New Braunfels She was a passenger in a 1972 Ford Maverick driven by Maria Caballero same ad There were our other women No other injuries were The empty dump truck was driven by Jesus Luna of San The truck is owned by Saucedos Construction also in San Ac cording to both vehicles were southbound on FM 725 with the car in the lead Cabaltero attempted to turn east onto Zipp Road but was clipped on the right front fender spinning it around and knock ing it off the The truck went out of control and flipped onto its Easter just a beginning Parks officials predict a good summer7 in NB By DAVIDMAY Staff Writer Thousands are expected to fill city parks and recreational facilities this officially kicking off a sum mer parks Director David Whatley anticipates will be a good and pro sperus one for the The spring fed and Olympic swim ming pools and the now city managed Prince Solfns Park Tube Chute open Friday at noon and will remain so through Labor Day Whatley said activity Fri day is expected to be minimal as the parks staff will go through a shakedown run that day in prepara tion of the first weekend of 1 think it is going to be a very good summer for Whatley said New Braunfels is host to literally tens of thousands of visitors on any given weekend and this year should be no the parks director Parks staff is gearing for Sunday mornings rush of patrons in Landa Park who will be seeking the best possible picnic spot for Easter Day and Whatley said police will be on hand Saturday night to patrol and see that laws and regulations are enforc ed Hundreds are expected to begin camping out around the area in an ticipation of the parks opening early Sunday Its really something to Whatley said of the traditional Easter weekend It is kind of our version of the Oklahoma land complete with Sooners he adding people begin their park vigil usually around 10 Saturday Police Saturday night will be en forcing park which is mid The park will open Sunday morning around 6 Police will also be enforcing the restriction of public consumption of alcoholic beverages after 1 Sunday morn That ban is effective through noon Police patrol supervisor John Womack said there will be no assign ed police officers to patrol Landa Park due to budget restraints but that several reserve officers had volunteered to work from midnight Sunday through the parks Park barricades will be erected at 7 Saturday in Landa Park and will remain until 8 Designed to prevent traffic from flowing through See Page2A C i gar e 11 e t hi m a n who took marijuana to jail plead guilty A San Antonio man with two prior misdemeanor theft convictions ami an arrest history pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of third degree felons theft and was sentenced to in years probation Hanum iuillermo Uuierre was handed the term Judge Fred Moore in Male District tourl in connection with the theft in April UWtti of eight cartons of cigarettes from a local convenience store Moore ruled on March thai Gutierrez should stand trial on the third degree felons charges because of two misdemeanor theft convic lions in Hexar mints in ember 19HS Court appointed defense attorney Paul edillo filed numerous motions to reduce or dismiss chargeciting indictment improprieties and lailure to bring I he ileleiuleul to trial undei terms of the slate speeds trial act Moore denied the motions iulitlltv was one of lour persons slopped by a Ness Hrauntels police ot fleer April 1 shortly allei receiving a report of the theft in the 400 block of Lamia Street The officer slopped tho suspected vehicle on Interstate la near Hueckle Hoad reportedly emerged from the vehicle holding a sack con laming the stolen cigarettes and con fessed to taking the property without paying lor it He said the others were not aware of the theft All four per sons were arrested at the lime ac cording In police accounts of the mcl den A search of ibe i at turned up nol only I he cartons taken in the Landa Mreel ttielt bill also several other cigarettes which were determined stolen from a dls count store in Shopping Ieliiei A layearold New Braunfels man pleaded no contest Tuesday to charges of taking a controlled substance into the counts jail He was sentenced to two years probation and 0 days in the county jail on a work release program A jailer discovered less than a hall gram of marijuana on Hicardo Pilar Inas of 58 K Nacogdoches while searching him last Dec 1 as he was entering the jail to perform com mumly service work assessed in a prior misdemeanor coin iction The jailer removed a plastic hag containing the illegal substance dur ing a routine pat down I nas wa arrested and charged with ihe third degree felony Landfill study pending B DAVID MAY Stall Writer solid t onirol Hoard is ex pev lot weet U filler into a con u ai i A nh pi iv ale engineering firm lot a site development study of the city county landfill following Department of Health probes into the daily operations of the facility which unvieled several minor health viola lions SeeUANDFILU Page2A Council bans booze atSolms tube chute New Braunfels City Monday night unanimously pass ed emergency readings of or dinances prohibiting consumption of alcoholic beverages within the Prince Solms Park Tube Cute and setting entrance and tube rental fees in preparation of the parks opening Friday at noon Drinking alcohol has always been banned U the recreational facility through the citys lease agreement with the former con cessionaire The city recently ter minated Us lease with manager Kichard Hampton and turned the daily operations over to the Parks Department Consumption of alcohol is bann vM within designated parking areas and 25 feet either side of the roadway of all municipal park Uiundnes Those disregarding the ordinances can be convicted of a misdemeanor and fined up to Council also adopted Cit Manager Joe Michies entrance and lube rental fees Michie recommended lee ranges so that fees can fluctuate according to the market without having to go before council for The daily entrance fee set is with daily tube rental rates at along with a security deposit Patrons may bring their own tubes to the park and the security deposit is returned when the tube is Council approved the daily en trance fee to vary between and and tube rental fees from 75 cents to Parks Director David Whatley said the reason for the security deposit on tubes was because of their The tubes used at the chute have recessed valves The popular water park opens at noon Friday Normal operating hours of the chute will be 10 to B p m on weekends and holidays The park will open dur ing the week beginning with the third week in May and will close on Mondays and Thursdays at 5 p m lor cleaning If you dont you dont go with device New Braunfels is first Texas city to use program for keeping drunks off the road By SARAH DUKE Stall Writer Nothing can make people stop drinking and nothing can slop peo pie from breaking the law Hut lor a year drivers with a drunk driving record can virtually guarantee they wont drive drunk again Braunfels Wednesday became the first Texas city to in stitute the Guardian Interlock technology to keep drunk drivers off the road The system requires drivers to pass a breath test betore their car will start This is the first one in Texas first of 1 hope The jydges in this area are very respon David technical Guardian Systems technical service director Long demonstrates Photo by Deryl Clark service representative for the Ciuar dian Interlock systems The breath analyzed ignition system makes it impossible for a person who has been drinking to start his or her car Comal County has been offering the at the offenders for three weeks County Attorney Bill Heimer said in thai short period of lime the county already has about lu people on the pipeline to have the system install ed in their vehicle Reimer said the system has been offered to drunk drivers on their se concj offense as an option to serving jail time It saves the county a jury trial and saves jail lime We feel like it provides as much protec tion to the the attorney said geimer has made a name for himself for his strong stand offenders with a record of driving while intoxicated He said this new which is being by attorneys across the is oft ly offered during plea bargains has noi been mandated through sentencing Second offenders wiUj DW1 st 9f   

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