New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 22, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 22, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 22, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas ff's official: NFL players are on strike, See Page 7 New Braunfels A Vol 134 No 184 T uesdav September 22 198/ 25 Gents eerie Hag* Stammtisch Emotional Rescue \«*u Braunfels Middle School Colts in Vet ion are featuring the dynamu fliest speaker I- red Daughtry youth coordinator for live Presbyterian ( hun h in Hound Hoc k at Hie group s firs! meeting today \t I and 2 p rn today h ll speak to the student Ikh1\ assemblies about liaising Your Parents Vt 7 to pm in the Sea Braunfels M idle Schoolboys gym par*-!.’ vt in terestesi persons art en. or ag* I to bear him share his leas : raiding children naughtt > is a graduate of Southu t’'f l'heoiogu at School in h urt VS orth served im the Vusttn Fire I apartment for 2 > years ha-throe children and is present In the College arid Vouth Pastor for Groat Mill Baptist Church » oils in Vet ion has more than 4 *'■ student - -a ;.»> pledge to Just s.,, V to chemical and drug abys* officers are Hilary VA*****!- VCetnly *>rr Shealyii Ktesung and Ktru 1 ,iff«*v Vnnette I aqua and Sam VAuttpka tea* brr sponsors a * * r k with tfx* PI V Drug Abuse committee s Velva Fis* her Uuthie Perkins Marsha lift sa;ann*- Ho gees and Hi end** V eight They are .t'Ms'o! 'vt i v adult spurner Marsha Killing r our cl asses offered bv Nev* Braunfels Isl) 1 ommurutv T due a ?xxi a re beginning this ■*»•*•* th* Da. Alas Tennis t ar a a1 f*eg.j 'sept 22 from 7 to x p rn at \*>a Braunfels High sefw*d term s * mrts ITx sn *.snh tennis nu * *iii work 00 onr *ti uke per seek Tut Ik to u 110 per s-v iii tienerj. V ut** M.* at ma is • .ii s*v twins * <dav fem m SMM) * 'ne ahi begin Wedtiesdav arid «ocitttMit through * k t :h on Wednesdays f r* »m4 ti p os at < c Nebun T lenient ary for children rn gravies 4 through * I muon > J i plus Sj mater ais {«*»• f- fleet ii t Management a ill tx*gin Thur sday at NBH** from ti *1 to •• st* the aa Hence participates in a pf gran to rtipiove tearier ship styler and achieve t«ett**r    s    lea* fief earn •ti iMwrt cl AAT<laj*roorn management credit Tuition is 13* lo register fie lh**s classes call t» JU e 3 • 1 Sea Braunfels TIV Iv Misters Alii meet tonight at 7 *u p in in the- ag i iatsruom Committee a ugnment * Will Im- ma*ie ah*1 live float will tm worked *xi Hie Amerk an ( arx er s*m lets with the help of lur mer smoker anti New Braunfels resident Mike Neman us ill present a free get that' FHFF v^uit smoking i'linn tai (kl b 8 13 anti IS from 7 to 8 W p rn each night V ou don t even have to be a smoker to t ome said Neman who explains dx* clinics will iielp smokers with some stress management bs hntques Hie T resh -Mart clinics will Ie field in the meeting room at Rh* Ditthngrr Memorial Library and are an tipi*rat anti positive wav to lx*lp smokers kick the habit as Neman did a veal agt* after smoking for 2 years He said Rh sessions are real informal aik! are open to smokers wfio I*s**i rkiw is tlx* time to quit Call local Vt s unit president liana Reidel at 82b sill extension 193 to See STAMMTISCH Page 2 Sunny and cooloi temps are *tn tap for the last official day of summer iii s**uth Texas with highs expected to l*.iiel> pa vs Bm* ho degree mark lams tonight will dip into tlx* mid bus with a northerly wind at IU mph Thursday is look mg like mostly sunny again with a high ix*ar HU degrees The Menu CLASSI!IID    8    IO COMICS    & CROSSWORD    3 OLAR ABBY    4 HOROSCOPl    4 SPORIS TV LOGS    4 WI AI HIH    ’ High-speed chase ends with arrests s HreHghters use the Hurst tool to door of a '964 Buick a rn me rh J* Ne a ip ped *nto a ditch in eel Monday around McKenna Memorial tor minor cuts and bruises Kramme tend police she Aas attempting a eh turn onto Panda Street from the Loop 337 access ramp Ar en her steering faced leaving police to suspect the car s engine may have died Photo by David Hefted! Two killed in fiery crash between motorcycle, car B / DAVID MAY Stall Al iter A harrowing chase Monda, after noon Atween New Braunfels Police and a car with two suspected thieves ended - the interstate after police were forced to shoot at the eluding vehicle Police arrested three Houston men on charges of felony theft and recovered more a thousand dollars worth of -tolen merchandise tine of the two had been arrested univ IO days ago here on a Class A theft charge In Comal County Jail today are Richard Walker A Michael Lamar Berkley 28 and Fly rn Wy att lr None of the three had beer. magistrated as of presstime today We recovered about ll too worth of stolen property that in*. *uded televisions stereos fans and chain saw- all believed stolen from iota! businesses said Ll Felix Roque lf I had to make a guess I would say all the terns were -tolen Monday NA«• haven t had time to confirm ail the recovered property The bizarre incident began Mon day afternoon when two New Braunfels police investigators recognized VS asker who was driving a maroon f lids lielta KH w ith the other *wo -uhje*. ts They were observed pulling into 'he Wa! Mart parking lot where the detectives staked them out One of trio walked to a nearby fast-food restaurant and returned a short time later with food Roque said while the trio was eating he went nside the store and alerted persona that the subjects might be preparing to shoplift Minutes later Berkley wa- seen go mg triste 'he store wh ie vAvatt walked ti i- pharmacy next door Ber Rely la in from the store tarrying a poiiaole stere** with a clerk chasing him on toot He got in the car with \Naiker when they discovered that they had been spot ted by the detectives They bolted Com the parking lot leaving A vat* t*ehmd NA yatt was apprehended by st iii another detective Roque and lief Marin Guerrero chased the oldsmobile in an unmark e< iiiit north 'he interstate I access road toward I* M 12)    ! ■.♦ suspect vehicle forced severs* tars off the road narrowly avoiding several collisions as it weaved in and out oi traffic and through major in tor sect ions I wu marked police units pa set! up the chase at .South Seguin siree' and * untamed north on I s hi at a high rate of -peed past L oop GT and I a ny on Middle School Walker then drove through Western steer s park mg lot and bac k onto the interstate > frontage road northward See CHASE Page 1 ash early    McKenna Memorial Hospital with a '< I-"It t a    broken ba* k and * ut s to her fa* e and urea •spec I )av 11! sn ISO NI Burch pavseng, Thump* an in Rh* Nu-sun Danielle age unknown of San An toruu aim> w as killed in the collision both were pronounced dead at the s. «•*.* by Jastn * uf the Peace Judge Horn afd hurly smith A passen/er on the motorcycle Nusamx* White h a I no of t any on Take is hst*-1 in fail condition at Burch wa- taken to Medical ( enter v ik * arm «-nt of    Hospital in    san Antonio in undeter on,a- bounty tbs',    mined condition after suffering from first and second degree burns to his tx »* a construe sboultlers tiaik and arms anc cai I .ak*- resi    According to DPS Trooper Jim his > Hailey    shea Burch was burned as be tried ! into 11« side oi a    to rescue    Thompson from the rn bv Maili*-w    wreckage    The impact * a used the 'ars Antonio A    bike s ga-    tank to expkxk- which fixxi caught the car on fire ITx* accident occurred around I ii a rn on PM 267.1 at th<- Dam access road when Burch attempted to turn left in front of the oncoming motorcy Weapons charges facing SA teen arrested here after brother shot in Blanco motel robbery attempt He Burch said he didn t see the See ACCIDENT Paqe 2 Compiled trom stat) and wire report) A San Antonio teen ager re mains rn Comal County Jail on a weapons charge after being ar rested >*v«•' th*' weekend at a con \eiuence store un I S 281 Hr hard G Nuncio 17 was ar resttsl in Comal ( ounty and jailed after being charged with posses sion of a firearm Nuncio 1- one of three persons including his brother involved in an attempted armed robbery of a Kingwood couple at a Blanco motel over the weekend The ethel two alleged holdup men were shot and killed by the v icbm Nuncio was arrested by Comal l>eput\ Roger Nolte when he drove his wounded brother to a convenience store at FM dot* and IS 281 and asked that an am buiance be called He remained in Comal County Jail in lieu of a 12a UM bond Monday night We are holding him on a charge of carrying a firearm on a licensed premise said Comal In vestigato' Dennis Koepp luesuay morning "There is no charge of tidally from Blanco C ounty hut thev are still pending Koepp said Nuncio al tempted capital murder or armed robbery charges rn the incident one of tlx* two Sal. Antonio men killed in the motel shootout during the apparent robbery attempt had v*r\ed nearly three years rn prison for attempted mursler and burglary authorities said See SHOT Paqe2 City allows move-in despite lack of water B, SARAH DUK f Stab Writer New Br aludels of fie als have* allowed occupancy sn the A ista Hills subdivision on the city s s*Mithwc*st side despite a lack of adequate water and fire protection on Aug 2** Planning Direc tor Mike strands issued a certificate of or* up un* v to JBJ Investments for tine home on th** condition that tlx* subdivision tx* connected to an adequate water supply stion The certificate Sharuis said was issued contingent on notification by New Braunfels I billies that water lines were in place That notification * ame on Aug 28 Dx* cliv v aition follows a decision by the New Braunfels Building Board of Adjustments and Appeals on Aug 4 to deny a v arum e to occupy homes in the xutxhv 1 si*XI without first connecting to a 12 inch New Braunfels 1 Milles water line During a boa id hearing Aug 4 hire Marshal F.lroy Friesenhahn warned the hoard that the existing water supply in the area which draw son an M inch water line on Morningside Drive is inadequate Friesenhahn said the existing watef line which serves the two completed flumes in A tstu Hills and tlx* homes in the surrounding an a cannot prov i*le adequate fire protec tion Meanwhile one of the homes in the A Isla Hills subdivision has tx*en occupied and there still is twit adequate fire protection in the area Seigniors on Morningside Drive said tlx*v are concerned that more occupants will tx* allowed lTic occupant of the new home said he moved in only rec ently ami has had no problems w Uh the w ater sy stem Roger Biggers NHI technical manager said he simp Iv m*tilied th** city that the subdivision s developers had laid an 8 inch water line connecting to NHI s 12 inch main lux* that runs through the west side of dx* property Once water is run through the line it will loop back to the Morningside Drive line and generate more water pressure and adequate fire protection for the subdiv ision and the surrounding area Biggers --aid the line probably will be accepted and water pumped through it later this week The lim* pass cd the hydrostatic test hut has to pass bacteriological tests he said adding that he expects to have results from th** bacteriological lest Wednesday or Thursday "I was asked to write a letter stating when the line was rn the ground The* lux* was in the ground ttx* MU of filial said What city officials did with dx* lettei is something els** ” Biggers said the 8 inch lines laid by the developers were found to have leaks arui were pulled out of die ground so repairs can be made "As far as I rn concerned they've JBJ Investments* met all the city s requirements Shands said He said the developers have made the connection to NHI s new 12 inch lux* as th** appeals board had required ‘ lf they had a fire and they needed water it could tx* See VIST A Page I New Braunfels to be new home of high-tech airless tire industry By DANA OVE WSI Kl h T Staff Write* By dx* beginning of IHH8 New Braunfels will tx* the home of a revolutionary process for making tires following dx* recent decision by dx* chairman of T exas Airless Tires Inc . to move his industry here John c'hunn chairman of dx* Greater New Braunfels ('hainber of Commerce lndustnal Development committee announced at Monday s monthly chamber board meeting that Harry VV Dorris Jr has signed a lease for a IS.IX*) square foot building at in28 Hunter Road in which he will manufacture his high tech all plastic airless tires He came lo me it s txx*n at least three months ago." said Chamber Kxecutive Vice President Tom Fur durn “He was looking at San Mar cos New Braunfels the Austin San \nloniu area and then lie finally decided tx* liked New Braunfels Purdum said Dorris chose New Braunfels because of its quality latxir force its geographic location and dx* fact that tx* liked the town and wanted to live here Texas Airless Tires Inc . will be the only plant rn the world to manufacture airless tires lor motor cycles mopeds and n art or scooters Purdum said there are similar manufacturers of airless bicycle tires, but not of tires for motor vehicles “The airless tire will tie made from a micro cellular process which See TIRE Page 2 The Twisted Sister and the ferris wheel are ready and awaiting the thousands of fair goers expected to jam the fairgrounds this week The 94th edition of the Comal County Fair gets underway tomorrow with the arrivals of the rabbit and poultry entries as well as the various exhibits. The carnival opens at 6 p m and A Night In Old New Braunfels commences at 6 30 p m., featuring the Comal Corral Dance The fair. one of the oldest and largest county fairs in Texas continues through Sunday night (Photo by Deryl Clark) Better Than Fair SEP c 23 PM J987 * >ani9. ;