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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                The issue of IDA New Braunfels 185 New Braunfels Herald Publishing 707 Lancia New Stammtisch Zeituno Texas 78130 UGPS 377800 Wednesday September 1987 25 Cent3 Two Section L On Comal County Fair Parade morning the New Braunfels Historic and Modelers Society will sell soft candy and homemade cookies in front of the old MOlAC depot on West San Antonio Street from y a m until the end of UKparade All pro reeds will go toward restora Carl Schurz Elementary hopes to IKfilled with and parents Thursday when the Carl ikhurr ITA hosts Meet the Teacher Night at 7 p m Parents will be able to visit their childrens meet their teachers and attend the first Carl Schurz ITA meeting of the school year New Hraunfels High Schnol Class UTU Kathy Ixhmann knows how much a good education is worth she ut won in cash and prizes on a Wheel of Fortune taping Sept U The said Jean Wilson o will air in about fi weeks Jean called from her her mom Agnes Lehrnann and her daughter are on their way home from California Jean said in Wheel fans will sexa new format with contestants playing foi cash during the regular game and in the bonus round playing or a boat or some other bij prue Kathy won each of the names she played for a total of cash and during the bonus round played for a Cadillac comertible roadster Jean said Kalhy prayed more than she prac ticed and will pay taxes in Califor ma bank the money and drive the car Kalhy is an algebra and physical education teacher at Hio High School Congratulations Jean will let us know when the show will shown locally The Hassle Free Holidays pro gram sponsored by the Comal Coun ty Extension Service is set for Sepl 28 from 7 to 9 p m but you should register by tomorrow by calling the extension office at Time management consultant Sher Shepps will share time management Page 2A Its perfect weather for the Comal County Fair tins week with highs expected to reach only the low 80s today and northeast winds at 10 mph Partly cloudy skies will greet visitors to tonights Night in Old New Braunfels at the fairgrounds with a low in the upper 50s Thursdays judging will take place in 8U degree temperatures with light variable winds The end of UKweek outlook holds partly cloudy skies wiUi a slight chance for showers and highs in the midto upper 80s and lows in the mid tins MISMCSS CUSSJftD 8118 comes 6i CMSSNMD 3A OUIAMV HA EmUUttMKNT 71 ULIIDOSCOPC 111 OMMOttS 4A IWMS u m mum 2A cockroaches The utilities will try to rid NB of some of its cockroach but theyve been around longer than we have and probably always will be By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer New Braunfels Utilities is waging war on an opponent that has been around for 100 million years In the early morning a lone truck patrols the streets of New Braunfels with its occupants on the lookout for the enemy the dread ed Two men in the small pickup spot signs of their foe and pull up next to the manhole cover concealing the nasty villians presence With calm they move in for the Were not going to get rid of every single cockroach in the city The object of the program is to try to get a handle on the not to totally eradicate all of said John 1 Toeller Jr NBUs wasteunter superintendent Toeller doesnt deal directly with the except when they make their way into the citys wastewater treatment plants He does deal with the complaints NBU receives about the number of roaches coming into peoples homes through drain pipes Those complaints prompted the effort to al least the local cockroach SM New Braunfels Utilities employees Joe Moreno Jr anc Eusebio Perez spray a manhoie with a naturalbased pesticide in an attempt to elimmale some of Photo by Deryl NBU powering down between Mission Power to Kidge Drive and Mission Drive will be out from Ha in lo2p in Thursday to allow New Braunfels Utilities to lebuild a transmission The outage will affect all homes on Ridge whose address is an odd number and also will affect numbers and K Mission Drue NBU of ficials said the outage is necessary tu alloss them to letnnld an old line that is between homes and not easily uc The line runs between houses and we cant get to it easily because oi the fences and said Bob NBUs electrical superintendent He added that NBU workmen will have to climb the utility poles now m place because there is no room to use trucks with buckets for workmen to reach the poles NHL never allows workmen to climb poles while the power is There will be quite a few people DiFoiuo said adding that about M to Humes on Hidge Pi ive along with the fom homes on Mission Drive will be without power part of Why was Leonard Little put in SASH instead of Rusk Schroeder surprised convicted man was not in maximum security care By DAVIDMAY Staff Writer Authorities are continuing to search today for Leonard Earl of Universal who walked out of San Antonio State Hospital Sunday evening and who has previous felony con victions and has charges still pending in Comal County or aggravated rob bery and suffers from medically diagnosed multiple per dualities and other mental A Comal County jury m July found Little incompetent to stand trial on aggravated robbery A se cond hearing later that month ordered Little to be confined at the Rusk State Hospital in Rusk for evaluation Officials at San Antonio State Rusk State Hospital and with the Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation have declined to comment on any specifics regarding Little or why he was at SASH and not at the Rusk a lot of prisoners come o from Rusk if after a period of time they are found not to be of any said Dick Brun actme superintendent at Pearl who has worked with the county fair for 15 years screens jars of canned peppers this the official fust day of the Comal County Entries can be taken to the ex hibit hall at the fairgrounds until 6 today and judging of the agriculture division entries will begin at 7 Judging of arts and canning and clothing and hay is Thursday Night in Old New Braunfels begins at tonight in Comal Photo by DeryI There is nothing unusual in that Brunner said there is no set policy as to how long a prisoner at Rusk would remain there before being farmed out to another Little has in and out of mental hospitals a no has undergone numerous psychoanalysis studies He is charged with the holdup last December of an elderly New Braunfels couple and their grand He was later arrested in Col orado County by New Braunfels police following information provid ed by authorities there and his sister in Universal District Attorney William Schroeder said today it was a sur prise to him that Little had been con fined at It was a surprise to said the prosecutor The court was supposed to order him to Rusk for Following state mental health Little was ordered to Rusk Ju ly 27 for a 90 day evaluation period after which it was to have been decid ed whether he would be placed there indefinately or returned to face charges Little also has Page A Theft suspects held Felony theft suspects arrested after a chase and discharge of a police shotgun Monday remained in Coma County Jail Wednesday in lieu if posting bonds of S Richard James Flym and Michael Lamar 28 all from were arrested by police Monday afternoon following a highspeed chase through town Police who recognized had spotted the trio at a discount store and then wat ched as one of the subjects went in the store and stole a portable stereo Following the in which police fired a shotgun one time to stop the suspects some in mer chandise believed stolen from local merchants was Walker was one of two individuals arrested here 10 on a charge of misde meanor theft and posted bail the following according to jail He was found in posses sion of several hundred dollars worth of stolen Wyatt Walker Fair beginning with exhibit arrivals today We re relocating the line and we have to move some Well have a new line when were finished lit said It will be moved over a few feet Its being moved away from trees and peoples houses wont have to go in there and cut trees so much after the move he said DiKoiuo said hopes the work will not take the full six hours scheduled lor the power outage Wt hope it will be more like four to foui and a half hours but knowing Mur phys Law wajit to allow time in case something goes he saiu James Mac NBCs See Following is a schedule of events for the 9Hh annual Comal County Fair thai began officially this morning with the arrival of entries and kicks ofi in i u ai style tonight with Night in Old New Braunfels 1987 Arrival of Kabbit Arrival of Poultry 8 7 division entries 8 9 division entries a 6 Arrival of exhibits in Arts and Bak Canning and Heirlooms and and Family Night at Night in Old New Braunfels Comal Corral Dance Contest 7pm Judging of Agriculture Divi sion Exhibit halls closed to the 1987 Exhibits are closed during 8 Judging 01 Poultry divi Judging of Baking divi sion 9 Judging of Arts and Canning and Heirlooms and and Horticulture 9 Judging of Clothing divi 10 Fairgrounds open to the Noon Exhibit halls open to the Noon 7 Arrival of Livestock division entries except Page 3A   

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