New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 12, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 12, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 12, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Go back in time with Old Gruene Marketplace, Page 1B New Braunfels ’Aft Vol 134, No 134    vv    H-.it.    if-is    H*    nj    1    Publishing    Company    707    Larida    St    ,    New    Braunfels    Te    xas    78130    USHS    J    7    8    ; Sunday July 12, 1987 50 Cents Four Sections, 44 Pages Stammtisch T= 11 The picture that ran in Wednesday’s sports se* lion of Pee VS .*«-I attle league action with a Du ky s T-Shirts player scoring on a throw to the plate was Ramon Chapa III Ducky's won the league championship Tuesday w ith a UMI win over Domino's Pizza and, not to brag or anything mind you, father and Coach Ramon Chapa Jr thought he could pass that on. What our mayor pro-tem really called for was to inform us that Holy Family Catholic Church had made a $200 donation to the family of Jo Ann Rodriguez, the 21-year-old former New Braunfels High School girl fighting a rare malignant cancer that is threatening removal of her right leg Co*workers of the girl s mother at Wal-Mart have opened a trust fund for the family at New Braunfels National Bank a; I have set up collection jars around tow n You know miens here have had to cope with inflation, property increases coupled with increased tames net to men ti* n a in percent hike within the eitv alone and <*■ er when asked to fund a hr**w rk-show or make a donation to a family in their tune of need mid have found several reasons why they didn t have the mono But Braunfels! i through again It is truiv times Uke lh**-* that make New Braunfels • • \ nice place lo iiv e Schumanns* die (erneterv Association rn te to tell us the\ txtend an imitation to the people f New Braunfels and the - urr 1 jndi? » area to the dedication next Saturday at ll a rn at the community ernetery J an historical plaque and ceremony honoring Hie first Deniurn settlers iii that area The cemetery is I « ated t, lakeside Drive, a shott r *ad that extends fr rn F M L'iea-twaii toward I .ak* Dur .ap Che * et *!»rs ct>ntams many old tomb-tune- sit* Herman epitaphs Hie first death to be recorded there is that of I ar! Blum berg w • died in 1853. and the sex ml recorded death ss that of the t wr founder August W iheim Vhmnar n May ii* I auk S. hun Vann us .cg end has ,* arrived in Texas rn January of IU* When he arrived in (» ... fa.u(»* County he purchased the Ignatius Johnson Survey which he in tar fielded into Ion* narrow -trips leading to the riv er and so!(J t I Herman settlers The following list of those origin. settlers may tx* of interest to the descendent* who may still live it; the area Johann Iei.xsnei Carl Blumberg. Carl Koepsel, Cnstof Maurer, Julius Behrend! Fro* t Grimm. Wilhelm Knelth August Hoffmann, Daniel K.epv. (. Isla \ Friedrich laiechlin. Jacob Adams. Johann Zipp. Johann lundermann. Friedrich Rudcloff, and M ic hue I But*hoi/ Those with family ties to th. ommumty or if you are just plain interested in a piece of South Texa-history join the community <»f Sc human nsv die Saturday mormr*. as they honor some of our early Herman founders ll is hot How hot is it It was so hot yesterday , that temperatures in the tub coupled with a humidity level-around 52 percent produced a heat index of 101 A heat index is sort of like wind chill factors, in reverse Any way, the weather service said to expect more of the same with Sunday and Monday beme cloudy in the mornings and at night with temps in the 90s and lows in the mid 70- The Menu BUSINESS    6    7A CLASSIFIED    7    11H COMICS    6B CROSSWORD    JA DEAR ABBY    12B EDUCATION    9A ENTERTAINMENT    1?B KALEIDOSCOPE    I    7B OPINIONS    4A SPORTS    IO    12A (    i! (Mid NBU are cooperating r    st End drainage repairs Cliv Council during a workshop Thursday He sar euxticauy added that taxpayers love it when tin* city re s arf a es a street only to see that street torn up so NBL can install a sewer line f* ii toward    E or God's sake, let»* .turdmate closely so that we -    .    .    ne.:    dot t dig up :.ewi> resurtaced streets ... We do need * A- ti n*i ,t! th.    some tight * eorduiation here, Michie said NBL Gen* ra! Manager Bob ,S«Oui -aid he agrees ,<    • , nia, i    wholeheartedly witii the cliv manager and added ;    a    m: en used    mat Hie utility company is 'getting pretty good ..„    an I mer    working with the city and * aminating duplication    of s%stem win h includes    effort , , >    B ger Big»,eis, NBL t* finical manager, said the ►    .    *n ’fie sci    rid    W* -t Bud sewage collection improvement project    wa, ■ 5, „    :    t in,    ;    fake a couple of years to complete He added that    NBL « .aes    will try to minimize damage to streets and disruption to NHC try to* .ordinate    surrounding neighbor ho*Hi.s nt.dt disrupti. - '    I he A est I old project includes ompletmg it ut aith. m ti in the    engineering studies, increasing main pipeline sizes. .-,t evt-muaiB tm-    adding lift stations and rerouting sewage flows t t tf c . it*    Currently, * t rete pipes in the area art* considered ‘lonely on this Michie tin New Braunfels    See    WtrSI    END    Page    2A City Council Jumpin'juggler Drowning victim is river's sixth fatality Bv DAVID MAY Staff Wnte* The body of Jaime Davilla 27. >f Hou ' from the Guadalupe River ar ound 7 4 morning after it was spotted agau -* Bean’s Campground Davilla s body w as discovered by Fret Fidel Tame/ and Reb (ii egt, Davilla is the sixth person to die Faster weekend and the fifth since in !-weeks of continuous rains arn unled t inches dangerously increased Cows ut (flannels both upstream and I wnstreai Still. Texas Park.- and Wildlife Can Etheredge said he i- not surprised at ti. So many of them won't wear life preserver* because they thinn it shows a weakness Bo. actually it shows intelligence to put one on Game Warden Nee! Etheredge lav ad Wa i of the Guadalupe River by per- u.* in im r tubes a* small rafts despite numerous Warr. ruts of tin dangerous conditions The Guadalupe River us cindered hazardou; ’.•o- a use of th** opening of (.a., on {«ak* •. >d gate:- Se* Police chief advocating a safer city Nev, Braunfels Cit) I ouncil will b*'gn to •*•! sail iii Police ( hie? I* .; ey B o k s proposal to form a I i ai in ie t ..nil o! panel bv a ti-- '« appointments to the- Safe I its ( ‘■ t!,i•1 ti during it- regular session M >nda> night On meeting is suited to begin at . *< 'Jel ii ic I ll! of New v u ’ I.if* t tor * ouncil action St via. r proposal to in* reasc i evidential and commercial sanitiit' i collection rates Coniine* aal «rt>ane rates have been disc >■ se*! toi increase for several m* cb to ut aggregate amount of son ie $42 .tMk i that has been included in next fiscal year s revenues aj*-proved recently bv council Roeck’f plans to form a crime (ommission have been on a Nick burhel since February. The chief had *aid he was wanting to wait until after his department and council approved fiscal 19th'-88’s operating udget before further concentrating u the crime panel Bcoek’s SCC proposal wa- endorsed by eouneil Feb 9 and has also received support from various local civie organizations including the Chamber of Commerce The panel could be formed and function virtually > ost-free to iaxpay er- Drawing on successful crime commissions instituted around Lh*' count! y, die chiefs pr*>posal calls for a blue nbbon panel committee made up of prominent leaders in tin* educational, industrial and religious sectors which would then form sub-coinnuttees within certain neigh borhoods or geographical regions The sub-committees would hold regular meetings, setting community goals and discussing crime problems within their neighborhoods, and reporting back to the SLT The sub-committees, SCC and council, along with the police department, would then combine their efforts to hopefully realize a reduction in common crimes such as thefts, burglaries and assaults reported in the city All categories of major crimes in the city have steadily risen the past several veals Boeck, as well as city leaders, hope that formation ut the panel whose members will serve staggered two-year terms headed by an executive director, along with the approved department additions will identify patterns of crime to assist the department in its battle against rising criminal activity iii New Braunfels Council’s agenda Monday reads as follows consider accepting the resignation of Wilton Wamecke Jr from Historic Landmark Comism COUNCIL Page 2A Tara Cappieman maxes a return in Friday night s Whataburgei All Star Game Capp'eman performed for the victor toys West All Stars at Austin's Toney Bulger Center See details on page 10A (Photo by Deryl OanO. Comal grand jury indicts 13 By DAVID Vm> Sta** Write* Tv* New Braunfels men who bac* both served pr;-*>n sentences fur previous homo*ides were among the 13 indictments handed down ia-t Wednesday by a C ma! C univ grab : jury ti the 22nd State District t urt Three case- were no-billed bv th* grand jury including an alleged sexual assault at a Head Start -< h* a charge *»f indecentv with a child, and another ease involving possession of a co titre ed - ibstaru * Rey na.d Martinez, 25. wa- .* dieted on a charge of delivery of a controlled substance ll** is « • u--’*’ if -upp >mg a woman on Ne, 6 with lev- thai. ai. ’UU e I methamphetamine ar ! will sta ■ ti.a1 'de charges at a later date Martinez wI * -«* addre.-s is unknown, was arrested or. the delivery charge .n December and remain- u. Conia. County Jarl sn lieu •af --'tx r I Convicted un October 1978 hi re as a -defendant ir the murderer Du tit W'avn*. S * .-tv !-    ’ New Brae .! - Marline, t-rved a purim ? a 22-vear sentence in the Texa •    • I r; ,H ti.' n defendant in ti ie horn h; . ie received 20-year sentence .Martinez was only J J years of agt act orth rig to Ustnct court record when Sehuertz was t *und dead Jut 2j, lh. * sitHic *ifi aUcinui^v warehouse in the zaoo block of West Katy Street ihe victim had been Hit iii th*' head sevetai times with a blunt instrument later determined to be rocks, and then wa- -exuaily In separate grac>d jar* a. ti *t; Wednesday, Juan Al*, c,,-.    ■    2-*- Anhalt Road was indicted on a charge O' burglary *t . I, a I a ti .ii ti.at aiiegediy ocean* t .'day 2. Aleman was arrested .hat same da* and is tr**e fron. * uiily j< >n a $25,000 bon . Aleman was convicted in district Sec GRAND JURY Fay*? 2A All-Star return N • iMft of the entArtamrrwint at Ok! Gruene * • s * flay af each month Featuring artists, • .yr    . •    o 4 Gruene Mirketpiace begins at 9 •n trRf    ft eon the grounds of Guadalupe if# . *r    ’k    *    I ;

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