New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 16, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 16, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 16, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Red Tide merely pink, Page 9a/ PVC picnic table, Page 3B New Braunfelsa Uansliljjjj* ■ ivihIVINew Braunfels, Texas    Two    Sections,    18    Pages Stammtisch Tickets are still available of course for the Second Annual (’ops and Robbers Softball Tournament \1a> 18 at i amp » omal Park field It s a chance to see if our area law enforcement folks are os adept at catching fly balls as they art* at ap prebending '^►ceding motorists and burglars Seriously well almost seriously the event promises to t>e one whale of a lot of fun Tickets are ll That s a really nice cheap date Tickets are available at UKK store New Braunfels Police Impart ment Texas Department of Public Safety offices in New Braunfels Pat s place and here at the //era/il /e/fung It you * nine by the paper ask for Jim cause he s got the tickets VV•• got your prizes we got your helicopter fly in we got vour pitching contest we got your dunking (moth and thank vou Joe Miller of Wholsesale B****i' Im tor providing so much support for ’his effort to bring in money for *. teat ion of an emergency children s shelter in Comal County The Senior Mexican \ meric an ( Jut* of Iwill conduc t an Easter Fgg Hunt from lo a rn to noon Saturday in Fikel Park die One of si* persons riding in a vent ie sus tamed in aries f a two vehi e a ie** * Wednesday lust before noon a* f V ?5 e • Zipf Road .‘.hen a lump try ?    ; ; e :    >• vehicle Knocking t of - the t 11 aF t t a slight embankment "reate : an : r* eas -•-I trod M Kent a Mer’ • a *-    .    ta' ‘ * juries to her right arm was Erma < al a ere 22 of I v Mulberry n Ne* *.yr '• was a passe ^Qe? in a * . F * * v *, .*■ ' *■ driven by Mafia Caballero .. s rn • ad dress There were four other women : assengers No other injuries were '^ported The empty dump truck was lr .*•’ t , Jesus Luna Martinet 28 O’ ‘ ar Mar os "he truck is owned by Saucedos 'or struction Co also in San Marcos A cording to police both vehicles were jthbound jr FM 725 with the ar sr the •♦ad Caballero attempted to turn eas’ onto Z i p Road but was clipped or' the right ?• int fender spinning it around ar I *n k • g it o“ the road The truck were ou’ of > untroi and * ipped onto its side Mismatch Thursday April 16,1987 25 Cents Vol. 134, No. 74 It you liked yesterduv ' weathei you will jus! Ion*• the loin ast toi th** next several days Moic of th** Name with temperatures Inlay and tomorrow expected to reach into the 'to > complimented by light southerly winds lo mph sunday may turn partly cloudy however no i ain is in the immediate for**cust Tonight will u* lair and mild witll low v iii th** upju-i ms The Menu CLASSIFIED  5 7B COMICS.............SA CROSSWORD........4 B DE AR ABBY  IB KALEIDOSCOPE I 3B OPINIONS...........4 A OUTDOORS.........9 A SCRAPBOOK........2B SPORTS.............8A Council bans booze at Sol ms tube chute New Braunlels Pity Council Monday night unanimously pass ed emergency readings of or dinun***' prohibiting consumption j • ar obol it t**v«*rag«*s within the lh nee holms Park Tul>e Lute and sftttr.g entrance arui tufa* rental ; e* s in preparation of the park s opening Friday at noon Drinking alcohol has always I teen banned at the recreational fat ii it > through the city's iease agreement with the former con ••-siona'.re The city recently ter minuted tis lease with manager His hard Hampton and turned the la ay up**! at ions over lo the Parks I department i onsumption ut alcohol is baun ** J within designated parking areas and J »fe**t either side of the ! i >.f.?w ay of all municipal park b* indries Thus* disregarding the ordmaru **s i an ti** conv cted of a lei’i«*a!,< >: and tilled Up lo VJOO ( ounctl alsii adopted City M ift.iger Jo* Michie s entrance .«! J tut* rental fee* Michie recommended t«*e rang**s -co that fees * an flui ’uate according to the market without having to go !*•: >r* council for approval ria* ta v entrance tee 'et is $.; with (lady tube rental rates at >2 • • along with a Se security dejsi'it Patrons may bring their own tut)**' to the park and the se* urity deposit is returned when the tut*** is Council approved the daily en I rani e tee to vary Atween $J and >4 and tut*e rental tees from 75 cents to >' Parks Director David Whatley 'did the reason tor the s* OM. al ity deposit on tubes ■ •as rn-, lase ut their expense The tutu*' used at the chute have recessed v aiv «*' ! he popuiai water park opens at noon h Dday Normal operating hours oi the chute will tx* lo a rn to H p IU un weekends and boo lays rh* park will open dui inc 'he week beginning with the third week in May and will close on Mondays and Thursdays at 5 pm tor cleaningEaster just a beginning Parks officials predicta 'good summer7 in NB By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Thousands are expected to till city parks and recreational facilities this weekend officially kicking off a sum mer parks Director David Whatley anticipates will tx* a good and pro-'perus one for the city The spring fed and olympic swimming pi h > I' and the now city* managed Prince >olms Park Tube Chute open Friday at noon and will remain >o through Labor Day weekend Whatley said activity Friday i> expected to tx* minimal a' the parks 'tuft will go through a shakedown run that day in prepara lion of the first weekend of act iv Hies I think it is going to he a very good '■ammer tor ,' Whatley 'aid New Braunfels is host to literally tens of thousands of visitors on any given weekend and thi' year should tx* no different the parks director said Parks staff is gearing for Sunday morning s rush ut patrons in Panda Park who will tx* Mx*king the best possible picnu 'pot for Faster Day and Whatley said police will be on hand saturday night to patrol and see that laws and regulations areenforc el Hundreds are expected to begin camping out around the area in anticipation of the park s opening early Sunday morning It ' really something to see ” Whatley said of the traditional Faster weekend campers It is kind of our version of the Oklahoma land run complete with Sooners” he 'aid adding people begin their park vigil usually around lop m Saturday night Police Saturday night will be enforcing park curfew which is midnight The park will open Sunday morning around 6 a rn Police will also tx* enforcing the restriction of public consumption of alcoholic beverages after I a m Sunday morning That ban is effective through noon sunday Police patrol supervisor bt John Womack said there will he no assign ed police officers to patrol banda Park due to budget restraints but that several reserve officers had volunteered to work from midnight sunday through the park s opening Park barricades will be erected at a rn saturday in banda Park and will remain until wpm Designed to prevent traffic from flow mg through See PARKS Page 2A Cigarette thief, man who took marijuana to jail plead guilty Well this is different anyway Th** top photo shows NBHS senior Ryan Purdy Baby Purdy while th** lower pi* lure is al senior Mark W dilemma shat* I luring tfu r***« ut Beasti«* Beauty event at tfu* s* h<«ul Harold thinks they ie cute hut then Harold enjoys b»* key and w**ai s cologne called I* ssen*• of Mar k' \ I ut V Min Antonio man with two prior    Th, off , **r vb-pped the suspected    A I1* year old Sew Braunfels misdemeanor ti conv * *s o f , -    ,    ,,    ti vr'tat* • ,*ar Kueckie pleads! no contes! Tuesday at; arrest history pi**ad**d guilty Road Gutierrez repnte t v emerged charge' of taking ,* contr Tues*jay to charges of thud iegre* from fh* vehicle h« g a sack con substance into the county ail felony then and was u teen, »*d *o    taming the stolen) igarettes and con    was* sentenced to two years proh years probation    fessed    to taking th*    propcrtx    w ithout    and kl days in the county    ah Ramon Im ••rom    • ti*    *«    i i »•    pay *r.    * r *    lh    • tf *    •    ' were    work releas** pr> -t.* .** was h.ind**d 'tx ■*•( rn i . ic* I t♦ I * * aw.* » it if;* th, n \ ’our jx*t \ jailer discovert* * ess ti in a Moore in 2T4th Mat* District Court a    oms a* * irrest«*d    at if * tim*    ac    gram of marijuana * • Rn ardu ! connection with the Ha ft sri \ps I*-*    utding to tmh* *    *ounts *>t if***    met    I ria' or '.ait F Nacog«1«x*h**s v »»t eigfit c artists of * igarettes from a    dent    m* a re lung him last Is** ti as h< lo* al* on venter* ** store    entering the jail to perform Mi ore ru!**d on Manti J • ttia!    V March • •    th*    a* * ut n*- f    ip n«*!    triunity service wots asses'* * Gutter re; sitould stand trial *m the    univ    in* *-igt ‘    i .<    ton' Rim-i    n th**    prior misdemeanor conv * t ion third degree felon > * bai g**s Im** aux I •*' ta '■* :•*    •    t*    I    ii    ai'*    '*•    • era. Th** jailer renu»\**d » ; a'M* of two mwk*m«*arx>r theft c*»nv u    *»tt.**?    c ti t< * '    **t    , , .u *•*t**s    .*hich    containing the illega sut»stance lions in Bexar « aunty .n N**xemtx*r    w**i«    u-termine-i    'to **n twit    « iii'    mg a routine pat i*»wr t ria* I HH *    c* *unt    'tore    it    W . not    stropping    arrestt*d and charge*!    vitf,    fh* Court appoinfetl    *k*feits*    attorney ‘ **s «t    degree felony Paul t tshilii Hied nuineroils t*> re*Im*** or dismiss etuir g**v din, indictment tinpruprreties arnf tam to tiring ll'*’ *1**f**11*1**111 !** lf .a unde terms of th** stale sjxtMy trial a*!    b,davidmay    city county landfill following lexas Moore deiot*d th** motions    Starr Mn ter    I report ment *>f H* ail ti; n*fx*s into til** tiutierrez was *»n** rn u»ui p«*i'Otis    daily opera!Mins of tlx* facuitv which sto(»jMHi try a New HiauiUcis jxilueot    \\    ,    *    >!(    *. Beal    f    is    ex    unvieied '**v*iai mm**r health viola In cr \pril t IHM*, shortie aff* i    p***.r* * • ,-x*    a,    ,*y    i,....    nu*    a con    fi**r> retemng a repoit of the theft in the    it , .rn j • va!*-    *•? gin*x*ni.g    firm ion I ii, x kit banda st !*•« ’    •,. ■    •,    ,    .    ,    -r    ,    \    * I ti**    See LANDFILL Page 7 A Landfill study pending lf you don't blow, New Braunfels is first Texas city to use program for keeping drunks off the road ti, SAWAN DUK I Slat* VK*lie* Nothing * an make p,*opl* 'top drinking ami nothing can 'top pts* pie from breaking th** law But toi Ms* a vcur 'Ii (vers w db .. ii link iii iv mg record can v triunity guarantee they won t drive drunk again N,*w Btauntel' VSe<ln, s,tay heianu* th** first Texas eitv to in stitute th* Guardian Int* ! Un k technology to keep drunk driver' off the mad The system requires drivers to pass a breath lest benn* their car will start I his is the first one in Texas tfu* first of many I Imp** The judges in tins area ar** v,*i v respell MV** said David Long technical you don't go with device 'Ci v a ** representative tor ttie uuar durn Interl-x k sy 't**n;' The breath analyzed ignition system makes it impossible tor a person wh<> ha' been drinking to start til' or her car ( omal County ha' U*en uttering the system at the offenders expense tor three weeks County Attorney Bill Renner said in that shop pet uxl cl time the county already flus atxiut I jx*ople on the pipeline lo have the svstem install ed in their vehicle Kenner said tfu* system has fx*en offered to drunk drivers on their se cond of fens** as an option to serving jail time It saves the county a jury trial and saves jail time We feel Ilk** it provides as much protec lion to th** public the attorney sa of Heinie! has made a name tor himself for his strong stand against offenders with a record of driving wfille intoxicated He said this new system which is Ixnng considered bv attorneys across tfu* state is on Iv offered dur ing plea bargains and has not txx*n mandated through sentencing Second offenders with DW I Guardian System s technical service director David Long demonstrates (Photo bv Deryf Clark'    device    Page    2A ;

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