New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 17, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 17, 1987

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Issue date: Sunday, May 17, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 17, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Folkfest continues, Page IRI rack history made, Page 13 A New Braunfels iiv IMnw Braunfels, Texas Pour Sections, 44 Pages Sunday May 17, 198/ 50 Cents ■I I larnmtisch i * alack Heritage Society wil nice’ today at 2 f) rn at hive Oat I' * I st Church to make the im-j - fit plans for tho .Jnneteenth ( tiorr and the (|iiceri < onto : \ w Braunfels Guidon Council ct Wednesday at IO a iii ; Hi anda Parks office. Old arid rn vs i cpi oseiitatives are onemir.v* to a'tend the A '•foliation of mw off ic* is , i mal County clerk's office wil! !• i cl 'Sim' during the lunch ho M ' lav Tho now horn s will he 8 ,'rn to o > -a and I to ;»p rn each • i ACK auditions for the two ac I .» y I h ! ■> ./    </try Joseph ii adapted from Carl Heiuer’s vol, will he held at Krause lions •tier i Bu Ivor de I toad on May t 7 JU p rn. aud May 21 at I p i dec tor Judd Strader will need *i tor hmm sill men and four omen) ranging in age from late ms to middle age, or older, to t this comedy about the riotous ; in ii of a 'ta ;e st rue I youth v. ‘ ■ iks as a delivery Iroy iii a seyvc •c lime fac tory. • ill 128 2.D9 for moi o speri! •• t als about tire ioles or yo i are researching your t iIv tree* and don’t have enough a ns to pay for a trip to Cerilla * look more closely at the roots, call Jill (llenewinkel and she’ll cb * ti footwork for you. Clenewinke! is an instructor of tory at Southwest t exas State I iversity and is planning to spe I I summer iii Germany. For a I ice*, of course, she* is offering to r • arch genealogy iii the northei i c*f Germany, including the I w f Saxony or Nicdersac h.sen, II im or and Bratius< hweig ai* <s Gleiiewmkel has a mastei 's a! ce iii history and lias worked I r own family history and that of ’ et families. She said it would b ' pful to know th*1 exact area lh*' I im Iv is from but it went t Im* ah ately necessary Ina ansi* she w ill t do more researc h to find out Cleuewinkel also said slit* will . ne l<t New Braunfels to meet wit neology seekers or will com i meat** over the phone Shout' ! t heat from you by May 211 beent! e he ships out on May 28 Call I a ' jai* Kit t oi w Ut* her at 29 !>• et w M I I u iv**, San Moi « ,8*188 More Cops and Itohbers spoils*' I gram Beads Mix. Print It; ideway inn, Bug-A-Moister Pe t > *ntrol; I'exas Commerce Bank \«*w Braunfels National Bank; I* * I dei al Savings and Loan; M-H; < 'ill/* a's National Bank. ' s even though it i .tined oui I h< ( ops and Bobbers Softball tournament rained out Saturday i .ay Im* rescliecluled, hut that’s only a definite maybe The guys ait* thinking about May IM). I-'.infest, however, will go ahead stivibes today at Coition Plaza aud the Must urn I ,t Handmade I- urnituie.... Arrested man may be linked to corpse »y DAVID M ✓ ill Woe \ Ciliola man was arrested Naturel: v morning by a Comal County Sheriff s and Schertz police department investigators on ti Bexar County warrant Bo unlawful , issessn*ii of a weapon Comal County Sheriff’s Depart merit investigator lindy Kubio said tile man is believed to Im* conn* cled with th** death of an as yet inidontifnxi woman found \pi ii J in a v divert rn south ('omal < Anility ( i alg I amb. 29, is in Bexar County fail on a bond of $1,890 for tin* weapons charge Ile* was aii**st( 1 af M Buffalo 11 ai! iii Cibolo. Dubio said a tip piovnled bv an irionymous informant through the local Crime Stoppers prop,ram, sent authorities lo th** house Saturday iMorning seeking l amb and iden rifle atom of the young woman >‘li**ved to he iii bel eat Iv 29s Bubio declined to disclose th** •extent of infoi motion provided by the ador ii cf tit \ * ouple who re ole at the house* where lamb was staving leu ted any knowledge *1 the woman s identity or * o< umstan* es unoundliig h**i death a* landing to the investigator Uuhto san! his main •ii* em cs ».infirming the deceased s.*.* apio sr p.**).* pa Storm dumps two-inch rain Texas thunderstorms dumped approximately two inches ut rain Saturday to mess up plans for a b**n**fit softball game flood city streets, and knock out **U*i tricity RuBtd** at tho left side of the* above picture was washed from the beet over the curb and onto the grass (Photo by I*** lie Kricwohft) By DAVID MAY and TRAVIS POI ING Staff Writer. A severe thunder dorm w hit ! passed through the* area middle Saturday dumped two inchc of rain and more in many ectum J New Braunfels and ( imal County within a two-hour perirKl o* reports of power outage* and flooded streets swamped lo* a1 officials Approximately two inches of rain fell in Bulverde and th* Smithson Valley area as well as in central and northern portion.' of New Braunfels A weal bet correspondent near Smithson Valley marie an unconfirmed report of small hail there Slightly more than an inch * rain reportedly fell in .southern parts of th** city Dotter ( leek area reported slightly Ic than an inch. win!** th** Seguin area reporter! just more than an inch area as the storm quickly pit ss cd through. Two trees caught fire aft**! wet branches and leaves came in contact with power lint New Br aunfels I 'blibe {;< ! "!:* .md file department *ffic na! wen* summoned to th** locations >m- ii the* 1290 block of Fad Common Street and lh** other a the ,ofi block if South Ma; ■ * * S♦ •. . • Power was temporary' hot *t Ixdii location* ..hi!* tit1 limb were trimmed away No maim damage resulted from tin* ignitions Utilities manager Boh Sohn reported procedure tor ;uch incident; .md aid ’n** dildo ar* re pons!hie for keepin** pow* r lines I re** of branches Lightening -truck a anoil structure at I -anda K**- ort about noon. resulting in a mall fire that was quickly extinguished by fire* officials Several telephone poles in th** cit) bari ah* aught lit'** because of unconfirmed lightening strike: Shortly after that th* fire department temporarily lost power following intense lightening, hut power wa; restored after about r iv*- annat* * High watei    along Fredricksburg Hoad for* cd authorities t*1 op* ” I-mda Pari barricades t" rein*.a- lr,decongestion in th** area. Barricade were temporarily cr*-ct* J at a low water crossing *>n Civ* Oak Siree t around I p ii New Braunfels police r< ported light traffic problems ar Hind th* city Smiths**!! Valley Boad near the* high school thor** ha*! to Im* closed for a -bort {rem I due t« high water Sheriff s author die monitored briefly the Guadalupe Biter crossing on Tex a* P. as water 'wa* r* pelt** fly beginning to me > .cl its banks S**h STORM Ptio*-?A Campaign wants kids to know drug dangers I im in", Uh* * il ly <1* * acle-> of this entury, polio was a feared ami treaded 'list is** With th** deve-lopmeiit of a vaccine, the fear of that disease was eliminated only to Im* replated by a disease that affects far more chi I* Iren than polio ever did Thai disease is h ug abuse I his week, local sponsors of a Kiris Say Know” campaign will have information booths at local schools to give students, as well as parents, an oppoi(unity to learn about the I Iii * .ct of ding aud alcohol abuse. Boh Kvei sImm g and Shay Noah, tx>t11 of OakKun Subdivision, ait* spousal mg the information drive locally Both parents, th** pair is following th** lead of th** International Bound! of Shopping bn ii origin md th** ill he **t up .it local where Ancients eau ign anis dating they will ay I*;vet slrerg ani the on education hut the Ii will Im* fieadc lh** ihools, WI by Im* ( enters. drive. Bootle schools pledge no to drugs, emphasis is efforts, wha student- at fun We want kids to know enough to say n*». Kvei sberg aiel He added that once Undent undei stand th** lungers of abuse They i e not olllg to t'UIII th<*n health, family and friends by being involved with drugs Kvei berg is working with New Braunfels ISG Superintendent ('butles Bradbury and Comal Se** KNOW P .<|**?A NRU Bonds are realities of planning fly S. .MAH ! ’Ill I St,ill Woo * New Br.itinfeL Utilities official' hay** laid down flu* * arilli** tm >14 I million in capital improvement projects iii**.mf t*» k* ep >'ew Bi alin t "Is iii warm and elect I icily Fxpansion *f th** watei Ad* rn pioviding for the new Wal-Mart warehouse iv estimated I*> cost just I** - than si million and exist ut sewage treatment plant expansions and renovations is et at $2.7 million lh** capital improvement piojc.*b lliclu*le a >.rj a miUimt ain late watei ti eatment plant What w** are talking about is the lucite J yew Bt aludels us it "late to N'ew Bi aludel' I tilitic aid NIU I c hined Marc'get Boget I think most people ar** pi* a* Biggers ic of the nut lie h nu* an ie •xplanatiori I. I in the that we do plan tor tie : ut ut ■ aid NHI (ieriera! Manager Bob Smut adding that flier people arc * a a st x) when they "ce tie*!* »111 \ r costs 'efi**t ;it *d fry    ' planning.” \fui tfi*' costs "I watei cum an i electrical projects for New Br nude!-lieu bit yobenng s. A in aid h* p<-t*» hay** the lx>nd pep- al app! I by the NHI board if director soon as possible* then ii will go t*< n city council He said he Im»(m*s t" hay * th** bond i ev c*nuc >n Sept Xlthougli that may im an "fitimisth schedule, he 'aid we h mc d inoy e ahead with th***'*' projects Only council members    Lorain* Kl aff Doug Millet and Ma i ieorge Hi lien att* nded ti"' •    "i f > Ihursday iii which NBL    rfnnab outline*! th«*n plan' tor    yst**n impi influents HiIm*ii is .. rn* mix*! J th** NHI .MKI! fib the • ■annat .aid tit boost**! lines I <iruene from F expansi hilt wa deeisior will Is /ame et tho nex land fight •■span tat!- 1 watt i pi ai ii eed* dart' dm ut th* i ability witty pf DV I Matt 'PU I As good as gold * Pole vaulter S* ott Heiling of Canyon, Hitnllei Kevin Walker of N**w Braunfels and dist ils thtovvei Ken D'Alfonso of Canyon u c opt their gold medals .it ( inlay s UH Class JA Stat*) I (Phot lad md Field Meet. See related story on palp1 13a os I) y I es I ic1 K tie wa I d t) Unsolicited phone books are free gifts By DAVID MAV Staff Worn* Der sons receiving tele piton*- Inc* tories published by Johte rn Publish mg Company who did not jxTsoually order them may keep th. !j**ok without any obligation, aecidial I* stale and federal authoritic Many New Hraunfelers itccivtd tfie directories in the mail last w* ck some reportedly unsolicited. Johnsoi Publishers, a division "I U.S. We d Marketing Bescorch. is located in I Loveland, Colo., and its represent#-tives wert* unavailable for comment Friday “That is a free gift, said New Braunfels Dost Mastei Brent Moland, who said I tie |x»st dfn • fielded numerous complaints this time last y ear concerning the same publication The company flies to prove it was ordered personally Moland cited federal government statutes governing such solicitation • You c an either write lite company stating that you did not order the Si*** PMONF Pat!" 2A ;