New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 2, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 2, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sonic's win title. Page IO / Scrapbook, Page 6 New Braunfels I Ll Ll I. mm ■aal New Braunfels, Texas Stammtisch ,     r'j - - Hu- photograph to tho right i' very explicit The man i> dead, drowned in a river that i> at this time dangerous for experienced river people, more >»o for casual Users Our hope ss til at people seeing this photograph arui reading this story will understand tetter the need tor prudent r*** coation ac tivities until the level of Canyon lake is down to where its prune function is possible that >f flood cont! a1 rile re are supervised raft lrip> down the Guadalupe Ri\**r. but unfortunately inner tubes and light flotation devices simply are not sufficient at this time There has been such an abundance of publicity about river conditi ns that anyone venturing into the flow without partners and appropriate safety pi©cautions thottld know they ar*-taking a risk I IU ••• •    '    .    >    ’{fit    *    s    Will closed Monday. July 6 in observance of lndep« ndence Day *nd lo allow our employees a holiday We will ta- 'pen fur business at 8 a in tuesday. July 7 A few addstl iI ? Ik' ai. I .. were omitted lr urn the list of contributors to lh up < t Graduation publislied in yesterday s edition the additional supporters J Ila* xery fine and successful projet t un lade Sep E and ha VS t Ref New Hi us.,’!?* N ut Now Hr amdt. Not.    » b.» New Braunfels Optimist Club ll* E a mi is Catholic Church. Inurn phant Luther an i hun It Brat ken Melle list Hum h, Guadalupe \ alky Telephone C.'csjperative, Hollo s The PU tun Sr w alef N, Braunfels l r ax el \ Wet 11 en; Mi* u fix    to Berth Id Be« ket *?>•>© ettei ti opposition t> rn It .lit; p n t* U Ut i nu ii! b vt, I s with great admiration, w* < -is xerx often fighting with ail ettergx for ‘he Hun*. - Hights throughout the weir I it is ail Cb* male ddfn ult to untier stand that sn many I >S states »till. ar n u; laws are existing ti tat pf ox ole f- >r th* (b ath }H-n.ilt\ M . t f ii {M an and cl vt bred count r — tune Mg bed ar ratified the t '(invention on Human Hights, nave consequently abolished the death penalty It w »uld sure intel est me veiy rn . I wtk.it your readers think about this matter Well this is ‘I rn a coy wt -se country won t extradite a Vt ■-.« rn terrorist who is alleged to ta re spoil Mbi e fur murdering an Vine rn an seaman aboard a commercial airliner pirated to Ben ut I tier** are 37 dead Vftieru ans because of an Iraqi mistake and government incited Panamanians are stoning our embassy Japanese and Norwegian firms si ll *»ur most sophism ated su Ulna I me Mien* mg bs hnology to the .s xiet I mon hordes of Germans protest about our missies lf ie i e while their goxeminent sacs please don t pull out Our president is greeted with the age old Yankee Go Horn* placards in Vienna We thought about sending this guy clippings of stones about Henry I et Lucas, Hay Vloberg, Jerry Mc E adden. eh Berthold wants to know how we call in guild conscience exec Ute people who shoot, maim. sodomise and then murder our own It you want to let Heithold know how mu oppose 01 support the death penalty in the United Slates of Amenia, his address la «ou0 Bad Kl eu/mat h IL Moue fist I asse j, West Germany ai you can call hun at - ut*, t 63543 It s gonna la* a not tune iii the old town this weekend, literally Partly cloudy skies with hot afternoons are forecast throughout the weekend with southerly winds about IO mph. high* iii the ‘His and lows rn the /Os E md a shady tree* and enjoy Hie celebration of independence I fie Menu CLASSIFIED    13    IS COMICS    12 DEAR ABBY    b KALEIDOSCOPE    7 OPINIONS    4 Thursday July 2, 1987 25 Cents One Section, 16 Pages Vol. 134, No. 129 wmmm mmSmM Wednesday evening Preen * d Justice Howard Smith, fight looks OC Photo by Jury imposes life sentence on Cabello; appeal pending H* Um. iii MAS William , nesday to Hi robber me alp* ai As site ax ated I ooh : fly UUU . found gain deli ber at:** I he «ur\ air roeiler applauded a posit a life sentence Bile I a bello, while taint disappointing J of the defendant rig hearing began. .enterice for f abed**, > by jury after ess •a charges of a assessed I abel., a It i' important that the jury felt the same way I t I a Is* ’a -edr; They w»re within t* do Ute job and they did a good job • abei; ~~    ?    san    Antonio, was a co-defendant in the * if-:x and shooting .ast September of cun-x* if:!* * -t ie jerk it fait Neely vnother lief en* lant st ex ell let tine Alexander 27 testified for the state ii ex. flange for a six x ear sentence on si rill id r f.aig* A thud inun implicated dating the two-day Ilia. V Mi I * oft/ale/, als*1 J Sail tnt flto. is still atta! . » ann sought by authorities Because the sentence is of an aggrax’ated nature, Labella will ha>e ta sttxe a minimum J JU years befi re gixen parole consideration, ‘ice ording to Mike H»., h with the State Boar ti of Pardons and Paroles During the sentencing hearing, it was noted that t abell<« had re ently been < *i. cf** i t r murder in Bexar County, for which he drew .rn 18-vt ar prison >enten. e, dtid aggravated robbery in Nae es County, where he received a six-year term None of the unix N* I prison terms are s, hedu eri t run *?. urrentlx and par de un the uf«* sen tenet s ■ is. iered separate front the* other convictions tbs* .utely this wa- » very bad fellow and we needed to get him off the streets," said the district attorney lit said jurors must have believed the state sc ase was solid because they imposed a lengthy prison term t abe.lo. who did not testify during rus trial, the stand Wednesday and said Alexander was the one who a tuaily shot Neely in the store s drtvewax as Neely tried to es‘ ajH* He said Alexander had left the car and aas bein* a lookout ' Cabello said that when Neely r an ou LM de, Alexander shot him once in the back Alexander testified that he had stayed in the car and when the two returned, Cabello said Uh* attendant did riot do as he was told so he blew him " meaning he shot turn Cabello was identified by Neely as having put a >mail-caliber automatic weapon within inches of his forehead and pulling the trigger The gun apparently had nut been cocked and did not fire and Neely said he saw that as his opportunity to flee the inside of the store San LIFE Page 2 NB's Fourth of July fete a doodle dandy Parades, music, dancers and, yes, a fireworks display will make this F ourth of July in New Braunfels a V alike** Doodle Dandy Festivities begin at Id a til with a pat ad* starting at Sophienbut g Museum featuring Antique and Classis Cars, along with antique bicycles ii leu by Uh* Mi alemana family ami friends ‘I he parade route will in down San Antonio Street, around the plaza and into I .amla Park to asea 11 there, the presentation of colors will U* made bx New Braunfels High St fuh*1 s .Marine Corps Juruor HHK with tile Community Band mulct Hie direction of Arlen Tieken playing Hie national anthem to be sung bx Kenneth I nesch. The Barberchoppers will then .serenade with a medley of patriotic songs l o be recognized during tile festivities will be die early members and wives who served in the 133rd field artillery, 36th infantry division of Hie texas National Guard The division was formed on April I, HK* under the command of Col. Tinsley Kills Parade goers Saturday morning seeking refreshments will find lemonade, cakes and cookies on sale in the parking lot of New Braunfels Utilities provided by Teen Connection Other activities scheduled for the K >urtfi at I-anda Park include IO a rn noon, fishing tournament. 1-4 p rn , canoe races for kid*; 4-5 p in , Mariachi Cardenas' Band s-6 p iii ., Seven Dutchmen*' Band, 6-7 j) in , Tessa - The Town Clown, balloon tying show; 7-7 30 p rn , Ballet Folkloric!* Infantil Dancers; 6 p.in , Fireworks Display. syn chroiuzed musically on 92 I KNBT-EM Die Ill-year-old tradition of a fireworks display was kept alive Uhs year aftet local Jaycees and other community groups spearheaded a funding drive that in just more than a month raised the $10,000 needed The annual extravaganza was iii jeopardy when New Braunfels City Council w as forced to delete its $o,ooo funding share of the display during mid-year budget amendments Not to be denied on America's 211th birthday New Unidentified body is found Authorities believe remains maynot be those of missing Converse man. Coroners' repor is pending Compiled from Staff and Correspondent Reports The body of an unidentified man was found Wednesday evening by canoeists about one quarter of a rum* north of the Rebecca ('reek Crossing on the upper Guadalupe Hix er The finding of the body was in conjunct- r. with the search for Sean Lannon of Converse whose body has been missing in the river since late Sundae afternoon when he reportedly slipped ti his rubber tube and was w ashed down the channel. Searchers for I.annon hope that they have found his body, but authorities question whether the 'emainx are that >! Lannon, who has been missing only 72 hours Pr- met 4 Justice of the Peace Howard “Curly Smith says lu be hexes that the lev** of decomposition indicates the body found had been submerged for as lone as two v *eks Smith says he is waiting for the autopsy report front the Travis ( -unty Medical Examiner s office a •V. - • : bef ort positive identification can be made. S’ th is reluctant to say the body is not K .lion s. “You just can't say what a body will do They all act different." Smith said Scan Iainnon is described as five feet, IO inches in height. 150 pounds, dark brown hair. and brown eyes. He wa> reported to have been weaning aqua colored shorts with a black stripe and xvhit*? tennis shoes. The caucasian male body found wore white tennis shoes and blue shorts Se* BODY Rage 2 Animal control has greater problems than one dog fight Bv DAVID MAV Stat* V\ Her Comal County Animal Control Officer Glen Elliott said a dog that fought with f**ur other dogs Sunday before the owner of the iou* canines shot the owner oi the lone animal was defending Us territory The incident has left two people with injuries and prompted Elliott to 'ay a bigger problem for him is that packs of dogs running loose in the county have attacked livestock and make the dogs involved in the fight 'look like sissies lf there hadn't been gunshots it would have been xerx simple. ' said Elliott Wednesday afternoon. He said h* was instructed to pick up the animal described as a half-breed pit bull terrier for what he thought was to be evidence against William Arthur Thompson of Spring Branch As it turns out. the dog was examined by a veterinarian and was to be returned to its ow liers Comal Countv Sln-riff Walter Feller' said the ( ase is a matter for I ■ animal control warden and that his office is not involved in any action regarding any ut the dogs Thompson. 49. a resident of * County Jail after posting a $5,000 bond for aggravated assault He is < narged with shooting Calvin Ritchie outside a convenience store with a 20 gauge shotgun. Ritchie suffered wounds to his upper left leg A woman, identified as a tenant of Ritchie's, suffered a broken jaw when Thompson reportedly hit her w uh the butt of his rifle The feud between Thompson and Ritchie erupted Sunday night when Thompson's wife was walking their Cur labiadors According to statements by Ritchie and Comal County authorities, Mrs Thompson and her dogs were on Rn hies property when his half-pit bull, who has been allowed to run freely on Se*- ANIMALS Pay© 2 NBISD trustee joins school funding rally Braumelers reatlied into their pockets and found the funds Acting E'ire Chief Elroy E rieserihahn said he hopes most people will take in the fireworks display in luanda Hark rather than discharging their own, but asks those with their own fireworks to take them outside city limits in sparse vegetation with adult supervision Discharging fireworks in the city limits is against city ordinance and is punishable upon conviction in Municipal Court by a fine of up to $200 per offense I hat means each firecracker could Costs you $200, if the judge so decides,” said Friesenhahn. "We will be paroling the neighborhoods on the lookout for people setting off fireworks in the city ” He said some people max have a misconception that with recent rains, vegetation is not likely to burn. He said that is true of the tops of green plants, but underneath is dry vegetation that will burn quickly, he said He suggested See DANDY Pay© 2 NBISD Trustee Jean Ward joined a large group of educators and education supporters in Austin Tuesday for a rally on the Capitol grounds to remind legislators that education is their number one priority Despite the New Braunfels FSD trustees' recent action to fund the school system through the next year, Ward, a retired teacher. said she is still worried about the future of education funding I wanted to go to show support It was really to support education and tell legislators not to reduce education funding,” the bustee said Ut Llov Bill Hobby along with important figures in Texas education turned out to speak at the rally. Ward added that .several state representaUx es and senators just now are beginning to realize that cuts in the education funding simply push responsibility for financing onto local school districts State government mandated expensive education programs during the reform steps of a few years ago. Ward said she fears that if funding is reduced, NBISD will be forced to pick up the tab for those piograms Hie local board of trustees Monday passed the district s largest budget in history and increased taxes to 97 cents per $ IOO valuation NBISD ad-mmistrators said state government already has shifted a much larger portion of funding onto the shoulders of local districts and Hie future is uncertain NBISD finance director I.onnit ('urns has said the district will survive tin* coming year even if state funding is reduced furthei, but beyond that point, the district could be forced to make serious .spending cuts “It s a difficult situation that the legislators face It is a big. big problem," Ward said today She added that “it remains to be seen” whetter the rally accomplished its goal of reminding legislators of the importance of education. Ward added that there are rumors of a second special session ut the legislature in Austin Such a session would leave the future of state funding for education in qucsUon, she added "It would keep everyone high and dry.” ;

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