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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 22, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Its official NFL players are on See Page 7 New Braunfels Tuesday September No 184 New Braunfels Herald Publishing 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377 800 Scents One 10 Pages Stammtisch Emotional Rescue New Braunfels Middle School Colts in Action arc featuring the dynamic guest speaker Fred youth coordinator for the Presbyterian Church in Hound Hock at the groups first meeting today At 1 and 2 p m today hell speak to the student body assemblies about Raising Vour Parents At in the Braunfels Middle School boys parents and in terested persons are encouraged o hear him share his ideas on raising children Daughtts is a graduate of Southwest Tluological School in Fort Worth served on the Austin Fire Department for has thret children and is presently the College and oulh Pastor for real Hill Baptist thurch Colts in Action has more than stuilents who pledge In Just Sa No io chemical and drug officers are Milan Wends Shealyti and Kitn Caffey Annette luqua and Sain teacher work with the PTA Drug Ahuse committee s Velva Kisvher HuUue Perkins Marsha Uogerv ind Hieiula Voight are asvistidt adult Marsha KieMmt Four classes ti Niw Braunfels 1SD Kduca Uon tngsiining tins ihr Tennis Ianic will itgiis 22 rum 7 lo K p in at New Htaundls High School tennis court The six wevkly tennis clinics will work on OIKtlrukp per wptk Tui tion is Slu per Ceneral Auto Maintenancr Ivgins mm In in Nisk Jirauntels Migh schixil i maititenanv and MiKiii engine repair i us Is Si tluidrens I i i me will xgm continue throiigli o t on Werlnesdass frumi to j p m i ot i grades i through Tuition is S plus Si materials lev Management will begin Fhuisdav NHH from c to y diince participates in a to leadership and achieve belter results Teacher rain hours o AAT classnwun management credit Tuitmn is To register or Uuse classes call New Hraunlels KKA boosters will inert tonight at p m m the ag classroom Commutes will be made and the float will U worked The American Cancer Society with the help of former smoker and New Hraunfels resident Mike will present a gel that Smoking Clink on Del and In from 7 to 8 p m each night You don t even have to be a smoker lo said who explains the clinics will help smokers with some stress management technujues The Fresh Start climes will held in the meeting room at the Ditthnger Memorial Library and are an upbeat and positive way to help smokers kick the habit as Neman did a year ago after smoking for 2f years Me said the sessions are real informal and are open to smokers who feel now is the lime to quit Call local ACS unit president Dana Heide at extension 193 to See Page 1 Sunny and cooler temps are on lap for the last official day of summer in South Texas with highs expected to barely pass the BO degree mark tonight will dip into the mid 50s with a northerly wind at 10 mph Thursday is look ing like mostly sunny with a high near ao degrees CLASSIFIED 110 comes e ttOSSMOID 3 MAI AMY 4 MMOSCOft 4 sroiis i TUOCS 4 IEATMEI 2 Highspeed chase ends with arrests New Braunfels firefighters use the Hurst tool to cut away the drivers side door of a 1985 Buick Regal containing Dora Kramme at New Braunfels Krammes car flipped into a ditch in the block of Landa Street Monday around i A m She was taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital where she was Heated and released Two killed in fiery crash between car for minor cuts and Kramme told police she was attempting a left turn onto Landa Street from the Loop 337 access ramp when her steering leaving police to suspect the cars engine may have Photo by David Herrell By DAVIDMAY Staff Writer A harrowing chase Monday after noon between New Braunfels Police and a car with two suspected thieves ended on the interstate after police were forced to shoot at the eluding Police arrested three Houston men on charges of felony theft and recovered more a thousand dollars worth of stolen merchandise One of the two had been arrested only 10 days ago here on a Class A theft charge In Coma County Jail today are Richard Michael Lamar 28 and Flym 55 None of the three had been magistrated as of presstime today We recovered about worth of stolen property that included fans and chain all believed stolen from local said Lt Felix Hoque If I had to make a 1 would say all the items were stolen Monday We havent had time to confirm all the recovered property The bizarre incident began Mon day afternoon when two New Braunfels police investigators recognized who was driving a maroon Olds Delta 88 with the other two subjects They were observed pulling into the WaiMart parking lot where the detectives staked them out One of trio walked lo a nearby fastfood restaurant and returned a short time later with Roque said while the trio was he went inside the store and alerted personnel that the subjects might be preparing to Minutes later Berkley was seen go ing inside the while Wyatt walked to d pharmacy next Berkely ran from ihe slore carrying a poitaole with a clerk chasing him on loot He got in the car with Walker when they discovered that they had been spot ted by the They bolted from the parking lot leaving Wyatt Wyatt was apprehended by still another Koque and Mario Guerrero chased the Oldsmobile in an unmark ed unit north along the Interstate access road toward FM The suspect vehicle forced several cars ofi the narrowly avoiding several collisions as it weavec in and out ot traffic and through major in tersections Two marked police units puked up the chase at South Segum Street and continued north on s Hi a high rate of speed past Loop W7 and nyon Middle School Walker then e through Western Steer s park ing lot and back onto the interstate s frontage road northward See Page 2 A Mery car inntcnycle Minday two prisons utlnO injured the Mspec tueiy Department of Iublk i imnty this k si construe tion wurkci i anyon resi dent Aiun tu Marley MammeO into HitMde of a lya Nissan driven by Matthew ol San Antonio A passenger in tiie Danielle ThiiiupsDii of San An tonin alxi w killeii in the collision Both were pmnouncitl dead at the by Jjtice the Peace Judge Howard Curly Smith A passenger on the als of Canyon Lake is iisliii in fan condition at McKenna Memorial Hospital with a broken back and cuts to her face and hands Hurch was taken to Medical Center Hospital in San Antonio in undeter mined condition after suffering from and second degree burns to his back and arms According to DPS Truoptr Jim Hurch was burned as he tried to rescue Thompson from the wreckage The impact caused the bikes gas tank to which then caught the car on fire The accident occurred around l2u a in on FM 267t at the Dam access road when Hurch attempted to turn left in front of the oncoming motorcy cle He i Hurch i said he didnt see the See Page 2 Weapons charges facing S A teen arrested here after brother shot in Blanco motel robbery attempt Compiled from staff and wire reports A San Antonio teenager re mains in Coma County Jail on a weapons charge after being ar rested over the weekend at a con venience store on U S 281 Hichard was ar rested in Comal County and jailed after being charged with posses sion of a firearm Nuncio is one of three including his involved in an attempted armed robbery of a Kingwood couple at a Blanco motel over the The other two alleged holdup men were shot and killed by the Nuncio was arrested by Comal Deputy Roger Nolle when he drove his wounded brother to a convenience store at FM 306 and 281 and asked lhat an am bulance be He remained in Comal County Jail in lieu of a bond Monday We are holding him on a charge of carrying a firearm on a licensed said Comal In vestigator Dennis Koepp Tuesday There is no charge of ficially from i Blanco County but they are still pending Koepp said Nuncio faces at tempted capital murder or armed robbery charges in Ihe One of the two San Antonio men killed in the motel Shootout during the apparent robbery attempt had served nearly three years in prison for attempled murder and burglary authorities said See Page 2 City allows movein despite lack of water Better Than Fair By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer New Hraunfels officials have allowed occupancy m the Vista Hills subdivision on the citys southwest side despite a lack of adequate water and fire protection On Aug Planning Director Mike Shands issued a certificate of occupancy to JHJ Investments for one home on the condition that the subdivision bo connected to an adequate water supply soon The Shands was issued contingent on notification by New Hraunfels I tilities that water lines were in That notification came on Aug 28 The city s action follows a decision by the New Hraunfels Building Hoard of Adjustments and Appeals on Aug 4 to deny a variance to occupy homes in the subdivi sion without first connecting lo a 12inch New Hraunfels water line During a board hearing Aug Fire Marshal Klroy Fnescnhahn warned the ward that the existing water supply in the area which draws on an 8mch water line on Mormngside is inadequate Friesenhahn said the existing water line which serves the two completed homes m Vista Hills and the homes in the surrounding area cannot provide adequate fire protection one of the homes in the Vista Hills subdivi sion has been occupied and there still is not adequate fire protection in the area Neighbors on Morningside Drive said they are concerned that more occupants will be allowed The occupant of the new home said he moved in only recently and has had no problems with the water system Roger NHL technical said he simp ly notified the city that the subdivisions developers had laid an 8inch water line connecting to NBUs 12inch main line that runs through the west side of the Once water is run through the it will loop back to the Mormngside Drive line and generate more water pressure and adequate fire protection for the subdivision and the surrounding Biggers said the line probably will be accepted and water pumped through it later this week The line pass ed the hydrostatic test but has to pass bacteriological he adding that he expects to have results from the bacteriological test Wednesday or Thursday 1 was asked to write a letter stating when the line was in the ground The line was in the the NBC of ficial What icily officials did with the letter is something Biggers said Ihe lines laid by the developers were found lo have leaks and were pulled out of the ground so repairs can be As far as Im theyve JBJ investments met all the citys Shands He said the developers have made the connection to NBUs new 12inch luie as the appeals board had If they had a fire and they needed it could be See Page I New Braunfels to be new home of hightech airless tire industry By DANAOVERSTREET Staff Writei By ihe beginning of New Braunfels will be the home of a revolutionary process for making tires following the recent decision by Ihe chairman of Texas Airless lo move his industry John chairman of Die Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Industrial Development announced at Mondays monthly chamber board meeting that Harry W Dorris has signed a lease for a building at 2028 Hunter Hoad in which he will manufacture his all airless lires He came lo its been at least three months said Chamber Executive Vice President Tom Pur He was looking at San Mar New the AustinSan Antonio area and then he finally decided he 1 iked New Purdum said Dorris chose New Braunfels because of its quality labor its geographic location and the fact lhat he liked the town and wanted to live Texas Airless will be the only plant in the world to manufacture airless tires for motor and motor scooters Purdum said there are similar manufacturers of airless bicycle but not of tires for motor The airless tire will be made from a microcellular process which The Twisted Sister tnd the ferris wheel are ready and awaiting the thousands of fair goers expected to jam the fairgrounds this 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 The carnival opens at 6 and A Night In Old New Braunfels commences at featuring the Comal Corral The one ol the oldest and largest county fairs in continues through Sunday Photo by Oeryl Clark   

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