New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 28, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 28, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 28, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Eikel leads City Golf tourney, Page 6 New Braunfels VIV Vol 134 No 1-1‘ Stammtisch IT I I (Jrah your tra"h hags and your hiking shoes it s tune lot another Rendezvous with Huhhtsh along flivor Road tonight Local nun profit group Friends for Rivers i" sponsor mg the second rubbish rendezvous to clean up a stretch of the popular road Organizers say a litter pick is helpful and a canteen or some other lquid container is ne**ded and claim the work is really a lot of fun besides being worthwhile Litter picker uppers should rendezvous at Texas Canoe I • .us at u-fore heading out to rendezvous w th the rubbish Clean up workers also ‘•aid they real!) appreciated Kopey* " ('hieken donating f*«k1 ast time and praise area folk'' for working together on pre' ♦‘cts such .is this I here at** • ► 11.#•: rubbis. rendezvous **s planned day Mn ***1 for th** announcement ■ »f the late There will trot bt* one Thurs das as previouslv r**j>*>rt*si For of,!_\ % i>ti; * a’ "♦*** th*-ukes cf F «*11x Roque lion Ferguson John Payne Ramon ( ha pa dr liers I Clark and Tim SS aits on donkey > trot!I diamond in th T I bro" is The .I ha set ut spikes I bs * iak enter an . I SS r< ti lite is IA KNR Tuesday July 28.1987 25 Cents One Section 10 Pages Comal County gets nutrition project money Photo by Deryt Clark! Lake area residents want stringent animal controls merit and it * app night at 7 p rn at Baseball dr a mot i< Teams w ill con definite: .md Ic ar** Payne and I ergo* Radio R«*que Mi Police I x par* •nent Mark Pelt**-! park" i**j>art merit * hap,* ii .im'* pro fem Jim shea HPS Trooper Clark and vs aits New Braunfels Herald /.eitung VS; K* *g * any on High school print pal and Thomas * an non * it" y I * , * ir.< -pa. Pros parti* tpatmg are former san Sntonio spurs Jam**' Silas paul t * rtf firs tiiy l>t«*tn x and Mil**1 Laie former Pittsburg Meeter Hon Mehouwer former N» w Sort. Vets md I .A I Nw!g«*r" * af* her J**rrv tt**t** an i former I \ Rains defen • ive hat k I tong s, arf rough I k«*ts are i -I for . I,.its ai d high s. bool -fad* < J -    ' to- grade * h.«>- student* af<d lf*** for ehiidten under 5 lh*, re available at the gale and pl<* nd' a ii benefit Hi* t v-ti< E J fox is Foundation na tlocal research programs medical projet t s and health t hint - a* h as th*- I I clinic at Santa Rosa t hildren s Hospital some *•( til** nile' of tr»*■ game in * iudt* the team in the field all UM* Ion key s t*\i ».pt the {ut* fief did cat idler win* play from the ground in field must fie mounted when the pits ti is made Latter hit*" the hail mounts th** donkey an I r f**- around th** bases if haserufin**r falls off (ti** donkey Hit**** tunes or if la* is on Onground and *li»*s not have the reins in fils hand fie is out Slso when «fiasing tilt* flail flu* player must lead or fid** he- donkey and player must ta- mounted to throw the hail" Donkeys will include The SS lump Boss Hog I rouble trouble sup«*i Stupid Killer t fiat In Brown Mr I \ Lax T .if f f ijuaki (ieilUltte Risk and I I lr vti a Terrihle It sounds ilk** quite an evening Not bu g • i ’ s*; f! In-!** In fat t Harold is considering saving time and money by running this. same forecast daily for the next month or Mi Stop rn** it you ve heard this already Continued hot after noons and unlit nights with a slight chance of afternoon or es enmg thunder showers Highs will tic Situ guessed it in Hie mid ‘*»s with lows light again, in the low to mid Tits Humidity levels will remain in the To percent range keeping daytime conditions sticks and muggy and generally un comfortable unless you re in side and kicked li.uk iii front of the good til AC The Menu CLASSIFIED    7-10 COMICS    4-5 CROSSWORD    3 DEAR ABBY    b SPORTS  ............6 WEATHER ...............2 ft , JOHN KASIN! W Cor * evpond**or Residents in c arna! t ounts especially in the Mitier .ui<1 » ancon Lake area" say they believe commis "Miner " - t*urt "houid a. t immediately to tatter en fort •• animal control measures fwd ti re someone gets hurt or k I i :Uh1 I ast sear in that ar«*a County Animal Control Officer (Hen Kihei? puked up a total of vs stray rat" and dog" ti tm* Canyon Lake and Bulverde area The * arrent animal control order contains a Ie.* b t w f«>r the * minty and als** r«*qutr**s a ic«*nx* ac f rat it*' y a*. nation f*»r all dog" and cat" Huhe^ Ie resident Laura Pittman said sh** and b«-r r hi si and Ben operate a ranch with "hasp an*4, c *at" in Hutserd* aiel stray dogs are a major prof * rn A **u just tan t keep enough of an eye on your ‘its k Pittman s.« d Vt est of tti«* time esp*-, uilly sir-* e w* have some g»*«*l fencing some as high a> * re**! hug** -legs jump over the fen* e and come on to my prober tv In Juts I9k»* Ionia! ( aunty held public hearings con * ernmg a pi**po"**d animai control measure calling for mort "trie t * *»». t r * *i" and lesser licensing fees V > ordmg to Mrs Pittman many were in favor of .I counts least! law although the proposed ordinance only rtspiired owners to have their animals tagged and lf an a nm ut I fits ame a nuisance or wa" coit"! iercd vi< i«*U" 'ta* praised »*rdinan« *• prov .de*! for fin* - to th** ow !x*r Mi" Pittman said \Im> vicious anima.s n. I tx* <>r-!* re*f removed from the countv fv* own* rs st fisagree with the license fees sug jested at v per >«'ar f**r neutered animals an*! $25 per year for unneutered animals * any or. i ake resident Paul Wadkins said he is also ■«>n. em**'’ .-'«*u' tht -lr.iv dogs because he ton owns The bad thing at lout all of this is during the night tune hours or Mime days when I am not at home or '?*«’« sr ••,.* *o wa'* h 'hem for me VSadkms said I-et me make it perfectly clear I don't have anything against Mg*, he said I have three of my own However they ar** ail well trained and the point I r try mg to make ss us! this Ion f throw the fault at the *k»g Its th** owners fault If 'hr owner woulti only fas*- care and feed the animal tins * **r’ orgy would not happen m> much and it ■ ort amis would help to combat the problem he said l ur 1-org a representative from ’n** Texas lK*par? '' **t    ? II* id? ’ y aide said that even the fwd or ft* an* «* *> . ii rely n citizen participation to tx* effective ss tic; p***>plc set* animals tieing dumped they will 4 tv«• b> re;x'** t and th** courts and th** sheriffs depart * ’ w * .tv* to k****p an **ye on th** ordinance teen "U*** that it is strongly enforced It " give an I ’ak** unless you both get together and pi. ii H *• same direction you ll never get out of the mud l..»ng "aid * oil i County Animal control officer (Hen F.lliott urges po* a ers to have their pet" spayed and neutered as "*»>n as possible as another way to help *    ’*• ’?.* tray i*-a prof.em the * aunty faces Weekend filled with accidents Weekend accidents in «binal c ount\ left several people hospitalized sunday afternoon just before 2 p rn Mark I* Wet**r '* and I averin- VSet««*r bt t tot ti ut Seguin wfit- injured when their motorcycle * r a shed into a 1979 I amani driven tty Cima I «*ng Ic* of c any on Lake The SS**!** !" remained ill McNeil na Memorial Hospital today Stark ss etx'i suffered contusions abra sums ami lacerations wfule I a Verne Wetier sui tend cracked l ifts anti internal injuries Department of Puliltc Safety I (latjt* r Jim Shea said lx»ng was i. lits! fat (allure to yield r.ght of way Xccordmg to DPS reports I-orig pulled in front of Rh* 1984 suzuki fntin tHit Saltier Road The accident occurred at T M 267 i anti His t i Road just south of Sattler near I- M coe. I wing did intl report any injuries in the mishap though a 12 year old girl riding with her did sustain minor in juries cm Saturday a three car accident that occurred around 4 15 p rn at T M 2722 ami FM 2673 sent Bv** per s*ms ti* McKenna, where two re mained as ol this morning Waller Martin a" of c leveland and Ibid** (iuettler age unknown, of 2t>I South Live Oak welt* passengers in a car driven by Pearl Tulle W allace .’8 of 977 Fin. mo Martin was admitted it) intensive care with head aud internal rn juries while (melder was admitted to ti medical floor there Wallace and another passenger milan Mar tm also from Cleveland, were treated ami released Drivers of the other two vehicles involved. Rosie Lucio. 22, of Route y Box I H rn New Braunfels and Hazel Flliott Rivers M of Route a Box aomi were als*) injured and were tr**ut«*d amt re lease* 1 from the h» ^spital MI the victims were transported to M* henna via th**** C anyon Lake Emer gene y Medical services vehicles According to DPs reports Lucio driving a 1974 I Ridge Dart wa" stopped at T M 2722 waiting for traf fie to clear when she was struck from lw*hmd by Wallace driving a IWM Ply moth Reliant The impact knocked the first car into the path of Rivers plan c adillac easUxHind on T Al 267 VS alia* «• was cit*sl fur failure to control sjxhhI A no Rh* r three car accident earli«*t Saturday at Texas 4*. ami T M 2722 resulted in minor injuries to Council leaves vendor enforcement up to staff By DAVID MAY SlaM Writer Roads! d e v »• n d ors predominately seen peddling their wares during the summer at busy intersections and along much traveled highways, continue to l>os*‘ a large problem for city of finals attempting to enforce city health and building codes Of f ic i als Monday asked New Braunfels City Council for en (orcement d i reet i ves Council rn essence told Plano mg Director Mike Shands whose department is lar gely responsible for enforcement, to continue as it has with enforcement while the matter is taken under council ad visement Problems have U*en fewer this year as compared to previous years attributable to fewer visitors because of current river conditions said Shands who stated he expects those problems to mushroom again next year Cliv Manager Jim* Michie told council problems with vendors go on all year long and are not conf in cd strictly to summer months Temporary hunt vendors post* an obvious problem Shands said in that if a tomi born illness were lo occur, officials would have little chance of tracking its origin shands said all businesses have tM*en handled under the same ap See VENDORS Page 2 By SARAH DUKE Stab Writer Comal County Health Nur-e Mary Lou Frben said "he is ' delight**-'-, that a program aimed at keeping low-income mothers and young children healthy is on its way to this county it is definite We have the WIL program." Frben said earlier today The health nurse has been working to acquire the Women. Infants and Children nutritional program in Comal County for several months The program had been stalled while a county medical program got under-way Concerns about a lack of state funding placed Comal County s W|c program in question I rn just delighted that our hope" came true Frben said adding that she had written legislators urging them to fund an expansion of the pro gram Comal County with roughly 9.oho people living at or below the poverty level was at the top of the list of Texas counties needing the WK' program We’re just glad that our county hasn t been ignored Frben said Beginning in August local women A poverty level population of some 9 OOO persons places ComaI County at the top of the list of Texas counties needing kV/C. meeting the program s guidelines will be eligible to receive coupons for food A local headquarters for the WIG program will open in the county health department offices in September WiC program officials said last month that the program when it expands into Comal County will tx* able to serve .50 women and children Officials could not say this morning how many clients the pro gram will tx* able to serve when it first opens Nancy Cise nutrition coordinator for the state WiC offices in Austin said Comal C ounty has tx-en approx ed for the VS ic program because fun ding is av aiiahle VS*- did not know if we would have enough money ( im* -.aid She added that the next fiscal vear begins in < >c- See WIC Page 2 Another trip down 'Main street' eyed Katrina Killingsworth 45. and » ay ton McCullough 22 both from San Antonio They wore ".mdwiched fM*tw«*t*n two tar" when th** driver of the lead t ar attempting to turn north onto TM 2722 fiecunu* undecisive when a flagman in the road wanted them to turn into the southbound lane t h v a us** of equipment rn the road Killingsworth driving a 19H6 Ford Bronco "lowed for the first car but was struck from tx*hind bx a 19Ht> Chevrolet Suburban which kntxked he Bronco into the ISKI Chexette ahead of it Nu injuries were reported by the three passengers in the first vehicle See ACCIDENTS Page 2 Bv JIM WEBRE Staff Writer I low Mown restoration through a main street improvement project may Tx* included in treater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerces program of work for 198F chamber president Jean Pfeuffer said Mon-dax Attempts to revitalize New Braunfels in the past have fallen short of hopes as more and more businesses have announced closure and vacant store fronts add to the growing list of aging facades along san Antonio Street A committee including city coun oilman James (ioodbread City Manager Joe Michie architect Karl Frizlen and others have discussed the possibility of another attempt at downtown revitalization said lieut ler during the chamber's monthly board of directors meeting in Krause s c ate Downtown Merchants Association president and chamber business pro motions committee chairman Ray Sch*Kh said th** project remains viable although the city ot New Braunfels should take the initiative but lacks resources J C Kenney department store has announced it will close its New Braunfels outlet after Jan I 1988 and one owner of several properties in the core downtown area has pro flounced his efforts dead for tho foreseeable future Aet private in vestee act iv it \ is considered crucial Ray Schoch to the success of any revitalization program A consultant architect more than five years ago oversaw the restor.* lion of the exterior of the historic Schmitz Hotel officials and involve*, citizens set* the downtown plaza as a crux of potential restoration and rev italization But without realization of viable commercial uses city planners and a I *84 Main Street t S A Commit let* appointed by then Mayor Bar bara Tieken have wrestled with what See MAIN STREET Page 2 Comal County jurors send Little to Rusk A Comal County jury Monday rendered a unanimous decision that will send leonard Karl Little to Rusk State Hospital for a WO-day evaluation rn the second phase of his competen cy hearing The hearing was held in 207th State District Court by visiting Judge Patrick Clark from Orange on a mo Hon from District Attorney William Schroeder Based on the jury s verdict Little. 42 of I niversal City, will be exanun id and evaluated over the next 90 days whereby a third hearing to set Littles length of stay there will tx* heard Little was found incompetent July 13 by a jury to stand trial on charges here of aggravated robtx*rv and burglary of a Canyon Lake building Uncontested them by Schroeder the jury agreed with evidence that Little suffers from multiple ix*rsonalities and other diagnosed mental disorders “It will depend on Hie report from Rusk said detense* attorney J.**k Rot) I son as to whether Little will tx* placed there indefinitely following a third court date here all in line with state mental health codes He said the* HO day peried was ** quired by law because Little had not been ex aluated recently Robison said he experts Little lo tx* remanded there indefinitely “I Mess there is some radical change in his condition which in my mind certain Iv is not going to tsbow com potence ** Little s attorney said he would resist any report that would indicate Little s stay at Rusk Hospital should be temporary ;

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