New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 1, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 01, 1987

View full page Start A Free Trial!

Issue date: Friday, May 1, 1987

Pages available: 145

Previous edition: Thursday, April 30, 1987

Next edition: Sunday, May 3, 1987

NewspaperARCHIVE.com - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions
About New Braunfels Herald ZeitungAbout NewspaperArchive.com

Publication name: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Pages available: 349,178

Years available: 1952 - 2013

Learn more about this publication
  • 2.18+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Start your membership to the world's largest newspaper archive now!
Start your genealogy search now!
See with your own eyes the newspapers your great-great grandparents held.

View sample pages : New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 01, 1987

All text in the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung May 1, 1987, Page 1.

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 1, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Hays sheriff faces charges, Page 3A / Religious Focus, Page 6A New Braunfels ▲ JJ—LL New Braunfels, Texas Friday May I, 1987 25 Cents Two Sections, 18 P.iqes Vol. 134, No. 85 Stammtisch (T7 civ <• Robert Rodriguez president**! th** National Little Lea Hue would like to thank the members of the Breakfast Lions Flub for their sup port and help in building hi**,** h**r-and dugouts at Lions Field I must note the individuals who spent an entire day putting up the fence along Fredericksburg and Bell streets Robert Rodriguez, the in surance agent), l-onnie Hadloc k Roy Young F.d Barbosa F.d Krai and Pedro Aleman You make this league what it is by your support and participation says the first Robert Rodriguez Harold agrees The folks who help out and the pen pie who maintain the field behind Seele Klementarv do good work Greyhound and ( railways bus lines are moving their digs to 2 :» Trade ( enter Drive effective May I The nullifier to call is ti1/* ’.IHI for mo’ info etc The Annual Mottler Daughter Banquet sponsored bv Women Fellowship of first Protestant Church will begin at 6 to p rn Mon day May ll in Seele Parish Mou e Auditorium Tickets for the catered affair are available at the chm f office for Vt for big pimple > i for kidlets Deadline for tit ket sales ; May 7 COMPOSITE SKETCH Comal County Sheriff s Depart ment and Shert/. Police Department are trying to identify th** women whose likeness is depicted here bv police artist Willie Padilla The caucasian or Hispanic woman age 18 to 20 years, was discovered beneath a culvert in South Comal I ounty in early April Authorities have no leads as to her death which forensic expert -believe was caused by some designer drug overdose ll you recognize this women, pleas*- > rn Lt Rudy Rubio at Comal Com Sheriff’s Department at 625 9141 or Shertz police at 658-5221 It looks like it s going to i*e a nice weekend for staying in side as skies stay cloudy and a bit dreary There s a 2o per cent chance things will get wet this afternoon The high will be in the low 80s and winds will be from the southeast at near 15 mph Things will cool down tonight as the low reaches the mid 60s There w ill be a 20 percent chance of thundershowers with southerly w inds at 5-lo mph Sleep late Saturday morning as the skies stay cloudy until mid day The hifh will reach the upper 80s and wind will be from the southeast at 10-15 mph The Menu CLASSIFIED.........I    -SB COMICS................8B CROSSWORD..........2A DEAR ABBY...........2A INSIGHT...............SA OPINIONS..............4A SPORTS............ .7    8A New Braunfels Fire department inspector ,ha| ,.ent UtH reS)dents 0ut ,nt0 thP strPe Elroy f-riesenhahn right inspect s aftermath (photo hy Leslie Knewaldt of a house fire Thursday Fire hea vily damages home Fire thai ref Mutedly f argan With an electric heavily damaged a wnod frame New Braunfels n Thun-day .dternoon arni cut i farmlv of ' vc ti* th* ii live-. Inspectors speculated that anelectric al short < conjunction villi a possible natural gas leak * a blaze Owner Hattie Whit** Brown O', of 2012 U Katy treated and released and McKenna Memorial for smoke inhalation after being Liken there by auto No other injuries wen- reported She treated .it th** scene fly Kniei gen* v Modi* .ii S**r sonnet Brown a daughter grandaughtcr nephe* .ti. were home at the time of (ne I to pm tilaze Firelighter* were delayed in attempting n* the til *• due to reports up*in thou ,*rI tv al th.it pistil! inside We bad reports people were still ins began attempting a rescue until w»* were sui** « wa-out -.ii.i Ut lev M**ver New Br omic ii I losiiit I a ch merit investigator Meyer said once firefighters began ■ <’ingot bing the blaze it * as brought under control .md knocked down relatively quick though tta front portion • t the* house where the fir* originated had already -u-lamed f * ivy fir*- heat and -mokedamage ll* aet contents throughout received hea* and smoke d.»io.age and nothing    scorned    salvageable He ♦•-til ated damage t*i the structure .md or,'* nu j* cl round f ir** investigators believe a p*xket of gas from a -pa* * heater in th** front of ’he house accelerated th** fir** We do! t kmia if th** valv** was left partially open or it the pi!**’ iiiii! .en! out tiuf it 1 as emitting Meyer aid When th** -bort occurred it spark**d Rte gas causing a flash over Kin tie a. ervices had tieen disconnected intl Bien turned back on yesterday according to Meyer if*- -aid a -b*irt or po ver surge Aould likely have occurred anywa ■ in<l •    ■    ■ ittributable to services being recor''*Tt**d Guadalupe County's EMS turns into a political issue By JOHN KASTNFB Correspondent Guadalupe Count . Commissioners Court may or mav not negotiate with CSO reports two arrests A t ’any on Lake man turned him -elf in to sheriffs authorities earlier this week on** day after a warrant had been issued for his arr* -t charging him with -**\ua! misconduct with a minor in Comal County fail on a 12,(MMI bond on charges of sexual contact with a child under 17 years of age is Leonard Craw turd Cf, ot RI 7 Box 77511 ll** wa barged before Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace R ti Doc’ Blanchard Comal County Sheriff > In vestigator Danny \ barra said a war rant had been issued April 27 from Blanchard s of lice naming Crawford as hav mg had sexual encounters w Uh a 16-year old male several time- tiet ween August im md April 1987 •‘It stems from investigation begun April 14 into sexual contact of a teenager at Canyon I.ake    stated Ybarra whiz declined to disclose fur thee information In another arrest sheriffs deputies have cleared a rural route burglary of a habitation with arest of a 16-y ear-old New Braunfels boy Criminal investigator Lt Rudy Rubio -aid exhaustive investigation led to the arrest of the youth at his home yesterday The boy is charged with breaking into the residence of Judo Amaga Route 6, Box 457 New Braunfels on Mat ch 2H and stealing a video cassette recorder Ruble said the property apparently has been sold and sheriff s investigators are trying to locate the device The juvenile was remanded to his parents’ custody pending hearing before juvenile court here Seguin Emergency Medical Service for service aft* r Sept rn 1**87 depending on answers to legal ques Bons as well as city council reaction Meanwhile additional information has been un* overed regarding a long standing disagreement among coun ty officials about weather the court voted in f)e*emt>er 1985 to cancel its contract with Seguin FMS Precinct I Commissioner Bobby Bulgerin told reporters nat ( ounty Judge James Sagebiel s- ; problem for th** commissionei s court that he has not followed a 198.5 court dire* five un EMS and that he ha- tried to administer the county the way ne wants it EMS is a fantastic service Bulgerin said I have no problem with them I thins our problem is on the second floor on the west end of the courthouse Bulgerin emphasized one issue rn particular that has raised questions and caused problem- since 1985 On I>ec I i of that year commissioners held a meeting in which the contract with Seguin EMS was discussed See EMS Page 2A Flying hooves Ambassador above a * emeer of the rare breed of Royse Lipiz-zan Sta lions performs a hand capriole j technique used rn cattie to defend against foot soldiers Right Diane Ro'*e rides Alexandria while the horse performs a ie.ade The maneuver was used to lift a genera1 sc ne could see me action in battlefields Tne horses will perform this weekend at the Comal County Sheriff s Posse Arena on Morningside Drive The first performance tomgnt will begin at 30 p rn There will be two per* finances Saturday one at 2 p rn and the second at ? 30 p rn Sunday s performance will begin at 2 pm A portion of the $6 entrance tee will be contributed to the Sheriff s Posse Flying crowbar fatal projectile of the around 7x*nm- ff s in ig th** hit him him in Schurz A 27 year old mal** employe** of    -*en< b Pr**r,nr* 2 hi 'ire Natural Bridge Taverns was killed    Pear** RD Do* Ii im r, .rd Thursday afternoon in a freak arn    I p n. dent *>n th** wildlife refuge portion of    If a i ic* d* rn    nd th** private park    Koepp fun .ii f nun?    **r Michael la*** who reportedly lived    ;*■ rig,it*,* h- at th** caverns located on FM ’.<Ki9    trowbar .* hen ' ti*    <p md died instantly after being s?ru*k in    nthesid* ut the read    kit,:. th** -id** of the head by a crowbar he    -daritlv was using in an attempt to free clut    !>*<• wa- »he hu-bar ches jammed on a bulldozer    Element ar . -pc    *d He was pronounced dead at the    resource teacher \ a k,    i ee Utilities board likely violated Texas’ open meetings provisions Bz 1/1V4H DUKE Staff Writer Ila- Lew Braunfels I tilities tx.ar ; of director- likely violated th** Texas Open Meeting -V t Thursday a* larding to an Austin attorn* -penalizing in media law I he Ixia rd went into exe< ut ive -*-• -ion Thursday to consider the Ne a Braunfels*t’y manager - request for - ’i,i • ii hi to hail the city **ut of a budge- hortlau I he ixiar I t<»*»** no action following the session ’hat la-ted more than ore and a rad hour- Board members scheduled ai* open workshop May 14 to consider the transfer request NHI attorney Tom Byrrus -aid the tabard went int** executive session or, his recommendation r»e* auv* there ha- been discussion of potent sa. saw ult- -lemming from the transfer which is reflected as an additional charge for electricity In the pa-J there have been claims made that this type of transfer is a tax It - our position that it is not a tax he -aid More man that I feel there is an attorney client privilege in tm-sa-*- Burrussaid NHI xritten agenda for Thur-dav - meeting cited state law allow *ng governmental txxlies to -eek at torney - advice with respect to per ding or comtemplated litigation.-, i- the r** i-*jm tor the closed session Deorgia Frump a member or . Austin tirm representing the Tex.-. Press Association said both ‘ne agenda and the executive * -im probably were in violation of the open Meetings Act They need to be a :JLe more -pet lh* -he -aid about the hoard s agenda I think what they’ve done is taken advantage of ’he vaguen**-- of that section of law Frump added The attorney cited a ecurt ruling ,n April 1986 which found the Austin ISP in viola!ion of the * >pen Meet ings Aet because t failed to specify exact Iv what would be discussed in closed session I nder law governing b*xlies an convene in closed session to dis* uss lit iga and spec iii* Austin ISD s would discus executive -* sp*** ifv af ft. The four r«e*.ond that The general more specif listing conf }.x-* 11 u’ Krum'. *d Bor. refers * torney- ha,* -pe* ifjc ca-* bon probate bey find just t Ixx al rexu dre- a-d he IX' • siv sour .a v I he. r t - part ate- are urn** ncr iav so a* because NBt company ne-charge W* voiced in th part of *lom» their exper.- -t ruct i got fe See N ’Aq* .a ;

RealCheck