New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 30, 1987 : Front Page

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung September 30, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas NB,    CHS, SV volleyballers victorious, Page 9A New Braunfels ZIV Wednesday September 30. 1987 25 Cents Id Vol 134 No 189 New Braunfels Herald Zettung 70/ Landa St New SA man drowns near Canyon Dam Comal (ounty Veterinary Assoeia turn will sponsor another rabies vat* ciliation clinic (rom I to to 3 p rn tins Saturday at Fire Station No I in Canyon ('tty ami from 3 30 to 5 p rn at Fire station No 2 on Oblate Drive lf your animal mt*ds tis lac c mat ion this is a good time and op portunity to get it done If you don't to it and you keep animals, par ttculariy in a rural environment you are playing with ftre Take ad vantage of this ftne public service Th* m*xt meeting of lh** local emergent > piaiuung committee for nonitortng hazardous materials in (*ur county will tie 7 p rn is 7 p rn 'rn trow int I at New Braunfels I Olli e Station Municipal Court The public is invited Mid iou thought New Braunfels liiwntown was wasting away Bill si bima owner of H«*nr>e Hardware *> putting up what looks like a flag l«oie Chia k and Tevva Maltier .« Merday removed the old Peerless Pharmacy sign from Heavenly alights ice cream parlor the owners of whar was one** I Kicky s I shirt shop are restoring the fat ade of their pr»n»ertv nest to the Krauntex and Henne Hardware and a* ob Schmidt s management yesterday repaired the awning out front of that historic retail outlet lf vou haven t been downtown latelv > firs ii it oui Hie Herald Zn lung and F P Now.»tn> received recognition (rom •fie I v Department of the Treasury recently I tie rn* w spacer •ceived the depart meld s Award of ariot ism as did Nowotny for ;> Odic iring and adv am mg the i aus«-(I S Savings Bonds trading in .**h* h was sus(Metaled last week Nevertheless we re proud of the ecfgnitmn accepted bv Publisher David hr amor ami awarded by tm H Hall aiea manager for the u leral office rn son Antonio New Braunfels Indepemient st *»«.! Divine! will celebrate the retognitionof the now rehabilitate*] I • « at ion < .liter at 4 a* Mill street * th an open tMHi.se fieginntng at 2 pin sunday ( h inter Ik Ihe crntri a ii receive a vp*** tai marker that rt ills from a Texas Ses>quu enten mal Props t I exas Hi Morn a1 tom mission aw arils im* plaque P m .. Hredewatrr s third gra.W* i lavs ai t art Si bur/ Flemmtary vt**.! fu«" warmed Harold s heart I Im* class has drawn several ex ampies of things ti** stmletits •fM'riiselves iiHisi-ler stammtiM he*-that is tallies tor cronies friends ell We ll run a few or as manx as possible of the drawings in Sunday s paper < brr (hank* to Mrs B reviewafer s stu.ients ami Mrs Bredewater for their interest arui really verv unique concepts of this i olumn s namesake Hi V Hill < ountry Hospital is of hung amittier free monthly ■viMinnar to the community First luesdays A Series of Presentations f»ir A our Mental Health is co sponsored by the Mental Health Association iii greater San Antonio See ST AMMI ISCH Pane 2A Nothing but blue skies and clear nights (or the next cou pie of days as temperatures are expected to settle in the mid Bus with northerly winds around 20 mph today Tonight will be fair with lows in the low 50s and northerly breezes at IO mph Ditto (or Thursday as highs again will near BS degrees No mention of rain in the area forecast through FridayTh* Menu KUMISS.................U CLAS SHIED.............Ill* COMICS...................«• caosswoao...............SA OUI AMY................n EDUCATION..............-■«» ENTERTAINMENT...........71 KALEB0SC0K...........IM 0MM0NS.................« STOATS................MIA - -    -    *...    I    £-m-    ~    Tl*l«'CT- ~fJ*”-***'- '^*rr a. Rescue workers pup the body of ?i year-old iury athat 'nay have contributed to the Tame: Rudo'fo Tame*' of San Antonio ’rom Canyor    mabt    tty    lo stay    af oat    Tamer    death    brings    to Lake Tuesday afternoon Authorities sported    10 the    number    of drownings    in Comal    County    rn that alcohol may have contributed to what of*    I 9 8 ficiais are calling a drowning despite a head in iPhoto bv Def v Cark By TR AVIS POLING and DAVID MAY Staff Writers An afternoon of cliff diving at Canyon Lake's North Park Tuesday ended tragically for a 21 -year-old San Antonio man who drow ned after sus taming a severe head injury anti sinking below the surface of the water The body of Kudolfo l*ouis lame/ wa^ recovered just before 6pm after fewer than two minutes of sear ching by divers Tamez was pro flounced dead at the scene by Judge How and Smith who ruled the death a drowning a^ the result of a div mg ac cident The drowning was reported to the Comal County sheriff's I>epartment at approximately lpm CS Army C orp' of Fngmeers Park Hanger Judy Scott said Tamez was with a friend Richard Robert NA cif f 23 also of San Antonio on the cliffs at North Park w hen Tamez dove in scott 'aid Wolff did not see if Tame/ dove in and did not return to the surface or if Tame? went under after resurfacing However '-truth said a couple of boaters witnessed Tame/ diving in head firs* md said he appeared lo have hit hi- head on rocks at or just t>elow the water s surface His bt>d> floated momentarily atop the water and then submerged “It looked Ilke ne nit his head just below the water said Smith Tamez had sustained a severe gash to his torehead It is going to be a drowning because he was on the surface and then he went down s rn Uh said no autopsy would he ordered in the death the tenth reported drowning this year in Comal County Tamez body was taken to Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Three professional divers Paul Kelley Ronnie Waxier and Tim Peir sol associated with Pleasure Divers Club in New Braunfels found the body in 35 feet of water about 15 feet from the base of the cliffs Kelley an instructor reported recovering the body rn just one minute 42 seconds Wolff emotionally distraught over the death of Tamez said they were “best friends closer than brothers He eventually became angry and threatened some people at the scene and wa- arrested by Deputy Clyde Kincaid on a charge of public into.x ic anon As has been the case in nearly all th* drownings this year VNolff told law enforcement officials that alcohol played a part in the tragedy the two had been drinking vodka and orange juice just prior to jump mg from the cliffs THC study likely won't delay state grant for project By SARAH DUHE SUM Writer There likely will be no further delay in receipt of grant funds by City of New Braunfels for utilities work associated with a W a1 Mart distribution center off Hi 35 north of New Braunfels city limits as a result of an archeological survey of the site Texas Historical ('omission THC! has about a month to render final findings based on the survey completed last week .An archeological study of the future distribution center site is complete A city employee hand delivered the study to THC Tues day and now the city must wait for that commission's decision regar ding the study before receiving j:ioo duo in federal grant money Archeologists with Fspev Huston and Associates prepared the draft of the report which states that historic buildings re main on the property Two houses one reported to have been built in the late HKh or early JOU) century were detailed in the archeologists report to the state commission The report states that the historic sites may meet the eligibility re quirement of the National Register of Historic Places One home is described as hav mg a gabled roof with German clapboard siding and enclosed porches The other home is reported to include handmade brick construct tem City employees said both homes as well as other buildings on the property are in disrepair “I nless the state finds vomelhing else to it we feel like lh** study is done " said City Manager Joe Michie The study was requested by the historical commission in response to the city s request for federal grant funds to extend utilities to the distribution center Michie said Tuesday that Wal-Mart officials are very conscious of time and anxious to begin work al the site He added that he hopes the study report will satisfy requirements for determining the historic significance of the area Wal Mart officials were unavailable for comment this morning When the company originally announced that it would locate its distribution center in New Braunfels. October was seen as the beginning of the construction phase The center is expected to employ some tun people once it is complete Court Thieleman of the city manager's office took the report to Austin Tuesday He said of ficiais there were not able to tell See GRANT. Par* JAAfter personnel resign Canyon Lake EMS board avoids service shutdown B, DAVID MAY StaH triter Allegations of |H*tty jealousy and malicious back.'tabbings spreading like a wildfire through the Canyon Lake Nolunteer Fire Department nearly shut down one of its emergen cy medical service stations Tuesday night When the smoke had cleared two paramedics and an assistant ftre chief had resigned from the depart merit and an emergency service coordin*itor also a member of the tioard of directors had resigned her post The hoard also approx ed several policy and personnel changes Discontent and unhappiness among six other paramedics and a fireman who had tendered their let ters of resignations were for the mo ment doused They agre**d to liold their resignation requests in abeyance tor one week while the board of directors attempts to cor re*, t personnel conflicts Most of the problems were reportedly occurring at Station 2 which serves the western portions of ( any on Lase Personnel there cited conn ids mainly between firemen and paramedics The* overall director of the CLN FD FMS Dr Ai Witt net en said the problems tetween personnel dealt mostly with depart mental policies and were not the result ut problems in the field Basically we ve had people who are not paramedics making policy decisions such as where to put a monitor tm an ambulance and so they go and drill boles in a Slum**) truck be* said Fgos have no place in this oi gani/ution How can we care about the jHuple when we don t even care about ourselves Station 2 Assistant Fire Chief Kav Payne resigned during the board of directors meeting Tuesday night but was retained as the board s secretary Paramedic and board vice president Joe Dove and his wife Susie also a paramedic resignee from the department after the board was unable to convince them to reconsider Henry Peek was voted as Hie board's new vice president FMS coordinator for CLN FD Tinker McFachem. also resigned that position and her position on the board but said she would remain ac tive rn the* department Robin Scott was named interim FMS coordinator until a meeting next week that will decide a permanent person to fill that post Neither Doves nor McFachem s positions on th** board were filled See E MS Pave 2AInjured animal Commissioners to meet on Thursday Comal County Commissioners will meet iii regular session Thursday morning at lo a in on the third floor of Hie courthouse annex A pre agenda workshop is set for V a rn Their scheduled agenda reads as follows award bid for street construction and drainage improvements for County Drive accept district judge s order set ting salary (or county auditor amt assistants designate area for public sale at auction of real property under a power of sale approve letter of solicitation for funds to purchase “cholesteronieter ” amend district attorney's budget lo allow clerk lo work full tune accept roads rn the Summitt Fx tension phase* 4 into unit road system Canyon I .ake A FD request for generator abandon portion of old Richter Road authorize repair of parking garage ramp file preliminary IVKK budget w Uh county clerk final approval of Tin* Point al Rancho del lacgo. phase 4 A approve claims authorization to contract engineering services for Smithson Valley Road ll to am, open bids for gasoline and diesel fuel open bids on boiler I 30 p in . suMivision regula Bons workshop Braunfels Texas 78130 One Section 10 Pages Comal County Animal Control Warden Glen Elliott said he has given the owner of this horse until 4pm Thursday to secure appropriate treatment for the animal, tied and sobering injured legs on a rural homestead in east Comal County County Sanitarian David Litke said he cited the property on previous occasions ovet a period of several months but in this latest incident has referred the case to justice court * as a last resort.” titke said he found that the occupied property has no acceptable means of disposing of human waste and continues to be a health hazard. (Photo by Jim Webre) ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: September 30, 1987

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