New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 11, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 11, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas ---— ..  ---PO    BCNB upsets Boerne, still in l ~ 53S I rage 13A New Braunfels /IVJJ-LLVol 134 No 197 707 Landa St New Braunfels Te*as 7813C LISPS 377-800) 512-625-914 Sunday October 11 1987 50 Cents Four Sections 48 Pages Mighty nice weather in store (or this area with month sunny skies tottay and somewhat cooler temper a tores ui the high of about 79 and northeast w inds at 15 mph Tonight will be (air with a low cd about 55 and Monday’s high will reach only into the mkt*70s The outlook (or Tuesday through Thursday show s a high o( TV and a low of 55 Tuesday with warmer temps returning Wednesday and Thursdav with highs of *2 and lows ol w Skies will tie generally fair and there is. so (ar . no chance of ram lbs Menu BUSIMCSS    6    7B OAS SU HO  .....9    MB COMICS      12A CROSSWORD............. 3A MAR AMY...............10A EDUCATION    SB ENTERTAINMENT .........10A KALEIDOSCOPE ........ I    ISS ORtTUARHS .............2A OPINIONS..........   AA SPORTS...............13    ISA Services Tuesday for Frank Suhr A M MTISC H Dorothy VVehe TH drew th** Canine Stammtisch above It's a good one and Harold would like to otter her a fret* lunch if she ll call lh** Herald offices and claim it Th** Stammtisch Search continues arni when >our version of a gathering spot makes it in print you ll get a fret* lunch ‘-end renditions to Harold s Stammtisch Search I’ o Drawer U1X3) New Braunfels Texas THI ll I Jiff Fden Home residents and their families are celebrating 77 Nears of ministry at th** home todav Hodne\ ^ells chaplain m\des to share th** tKCasion and make it more special tor residents Kden residents will participate with th** chaplain in con ducting worship at th** chapel ser Nice at 2 so p rn todaN Vt I IS p rn there will t** a program on th** future of Kden Home anti af 4 p rn today refreshment.s will tie -erxed for tannin**" and friends ut residents Ut** New Braunfels Mexican Vmerit an Heritage stmefN will hold is regular meeting Monday al 7 p m at the I Sit flinger Memorial I abrarx Bt* th**re IT*** Patchwork Squares Dam e Ooh will hold an open house Tues dax at It p rn at th** Smithton V all*** lied Barn al I* M ti « and I M ii Memtwrs of the club said the open house will tie a great introduction to the (im of square darn ing (Tins fhrisler give* vnwre ifatrmg lessons each Tuesday For mf of ma tam call tee# ju»i or rue# r*si ov ar Guerrero * ailed the Hrraid off Hrs to let exervooe know ttiere will fir a moxie on Monday at It p rn called The Hight to Dm* with Ha duel Welch and Mr hoe! (*rov*» I he moxie is tvas*s! on a true *dory Tt>e \l> Support *iroup in '-an Antonh» recommends the film Health issues * un* ermng women are Hie -uh}*1* I of a series of Ire* presentations tieing sponsored dur mg the next eight months by the Women s Health serxu * at V liiage <*ak- Regional Hospital b axh pro gram in the WOMAN! CLK series is designed to educate and inform women atarut the prexention early detection ami treatment of most common health problems (acing them today speakers will im lode physician** ami nurses who "4**** lati/r in areas of women s health krnong the topics planned are IM 19 Premenstrual syn dr on ie Non ** (istexjpoeosis Iks . Hamlltng Holiday stress Jan IK Dieting K ad ami Kit * Kelt 8 I osmetic surgery March 14 Women ami AIDS Apr ll ll Breast I amel ami May 9 Intermits Diagnosis ami Treatment VII pro grams are on Mondays from 7 kl to 9 p m in the community health ( eiger at Km* hospital Admission Is free I alt *»4« ad s for more informa Hon This plastic inflated pumpkin otters a unique sight in New Braunfels downtown Several downtown merchants including Chuck Hatter pictured plan to sponsor a As fall tourists arrive New Braui Clark) arvmg contest later th s month in s downtown (Photo by Deryl Downtown merchants see promise of fun and profits 6, JIM WEBRE Stall Wr lie* New Braunfels downtown wants* to succeed Au Wartiest draws near ami with It the opportunity to take ads ani age of x isitors presence downtown merchants are pl ann mg a pumpkin carving contest in the area The event is one of sexeral under discussion by merchants ami tithers interested in helping New Braunfels' traditional business district become more x utile and interesting In a related matter a (treater New Braunfels ("hamper o( Tom merer task force on downtown rexitaluation will meet at 5 I) p m Wednesday in Honors Hall (or a rex lew ol a draft report by staff The work of Hie task (*»rce the Downtown Association cumpns mg businesses that are not necessarily lox ated there ami others are all designed to aug merit an already healthy but small community of merchants some of whom sax they would welcome competition for th* sheer traffic lf can product* The chamber stall summation of the first task force meeting will concern creating -utxom nutters bv gather information and make recommendations Vmong the topics discussed at the first meeting is planning aesthetic arn! practical un provement- in the immediate ac cess to downtown amt eventually the approaches to the* city in general The Chamber ot Commerce is a non profit corporation of retail merchant- industrial users businessmen and women who through a board of directors ami paid staff, plan (or and cooperate with government and ea» h other on matters of commercial amt economic improvement for the greater New Braunfel- area Many volunteer hours or th* part of chamber memlien* went into reatumg location of a regional distribution warehouse off Interstate L» fix Wa) Mart Inc He >resentaUve9 of Brionies TI lea let ( on rn*1 a shoe Store. x eniv I ^Hights ice cream purl- ir Th** Wild L »uiin? bienne H ard w ar* J ac ob xchmtdt <1* rtment store tin* New hi niei> Herald erfung bas Ti )\ n laker hrueg* ?r • hex roieu Communication M*r\ ices and ut tiers agree«1 Friday to organize a pumpkin c arx mg contest later this month in th** downtown area The informal committee acted on behalf of other downtown merchants and discussed adxer Using media including new -paper radio and telex ision .us wax* to promote worthwhile ideas lur getting people into the downtown at times when they may want to shop George Bokomy, Downtown V sane tat ion vice president and * hair man of the association s promotions committee said the organization has about I Mio** with which to sponsor events or promote See DO WS TOWN Paqe9B Local prosecutors campaign to alter appeal procedure Bv DAVID MAY Staff Writer Voters in November will be asked whether Texas should amend its constitution to allow state pro -ecutors limited rights to appeal certain court ruling- Texas is The last state in the union to adopt such a judiciary provision Both Comal County criminal pro--ecutors hope for a change in climate among voters and a dif ferent outcome than when a similar proposition was soundly defeated eight years ago There is something wrong when a state is the last to approve something like this said ( ounty Attorney Bill Kenner Renner has assumed a leading role locally in support of the amendment by printing 22.ow* mahouts being sent to households throughout the county This would bring more decorum and make for more fair court trials added Renner We are the only stale that does not provide for victim appeals This would allow us a second opinion for victims from judges ” lf Amendment 14 is approved Nov it would allow a prosecutor o appeal certain rulings by a judge, specifically pre-trial and post-trial ruling- such as motions to suppress evidence probable cause or indictment dismissals and other rulings favorable to a defendant The legislature enacted Senate Bill 7fi2 during regular session authored bx Sen John Mont ford. D Lubbock and sponsored by Rep James Hury Jr D- Galveston. which would take effect upon passage Asked why Texas has been slow in adopting such a provision District Attorney William Schroeder said. I think we nave had a large number See APPE AL Paqe 2A Sign law Ordinance faces council for final approval Monday New Braunfels Fanning Director Mike Miuikis said there has been no cgm beant change sn th* sign or .finance that lace- final approval by • .tx l oaned Monday He added that he i- requesting the council to extend the sign moratorium until the new or (finance can take effect Shands* said he has put some new lefiniltons and clarification- in the ordinance which gamed unanimous council approval luring it- tirst two appearances New Braunfels City Council will inert at the New Braunlels I tlittles. meeting room at 7 p rn Monday The proposed sign ordinance which address**- only off premise* signs came under fire bx former Mayor Barbara Tieken and former council member Betty Lou Rushing during the last council meeting Rushing questioned the reasoning behind accepting a proposal created bx mer.hers >f the outdoor advertising business Pete Lmg-mteiter of oasis Outdoor Advertising ted a committee of volunteers who drafted the proposed ordinance The volunteer effort came after failed attempts by city -appointed commit? es to draft an ordinance that me? council's approval There are no changes to the proposed ordinance but there have been a couple of definitions added.*’ Shantis said We added a definition of portable signs so people wouidn t confuse that with a sign on the side of a car for example ” I rider the proposed sign ordinance regulation- off premise portable See SIGN Paqt2A Homecoming Queen V$ I* rank suht ti*** president el*** I of the comal I ounlx b air Assoc Wilton and one of the city s civic leaders <1te*1 Friday at McKenna Memorial suhr >* of No M Mi--ton Drive was the Comal County attorney from I WH* to 1972 He had t**en practicing law privately since 1972 arni had served as president of ft** Comal County Bar Association The New Braunfels resident wa- a founder of the Marsch und Waridergruppe arx! was a charter member of Hie Texas Museum of Handmade Furniture He also was a Klein*1 Opa in th*1 Wur-tfe-t \sstxia Hon and was a trustee at the St Paul Lu! her an Church Services for Suhr will lie at lo a rn Tuesday al St Paul Lutheran Church with the Rex Charles I VU ax en and Hie Rev Jim Hinkhouse officiating Burial will tx- in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park VV Frank Suhr suhr was t*»rn \ug IM PHI in New Braunfels to Frank J and Almida n*** breve suhr He married Belgard Tondorf in New Braunfels in Max 19*21 .suhr attended public schools in New Braunfels and gr aduated from New Braunfels High Sellout in 1949 He graduated from Southwest I ex as state University in 1953. serv ed in f Im* I S \rniy and graduated Irom the University of Texas School Of Law at Austin suhi wa- a member ol the Lei man American Society the Flks Lodge the Fraternal Order of Fugles anil the sophtenburg Museum He was a judge advocate of the American legion Post No 179 He also wa.- a member of the New Braunfels Conservation Society and See SERVICES Paqe 2A ComFund '87 aiding many local agencies hollowing are the agencies thai will receive support from Hie 1987 Comal County ComFund drive which con tinues this week On Oct 18. th*1 Grume Music Fest a benefit for ComFund that will feature seven local bands ami special guest apparance* by surprise guests all ol wtioni are donating their time and talents to th*1 Com Fund effort Admission is $2 ami children under 12 will gel in free The fun starts at noon Am#*ican Red Crow......................... $5,000 Arthritis Foundation      $600 Boy Scouts ot America  ...............  $12,000 Canyon Lake Action Center....................... $6,000 Children s Rehabilitation Center .................$1,000 Comal County Chad Welfare Board .............$3,SOO Comal County E met qency Children s Shelter......... ...    $2.SOO See COMFUND Paqe 2A Canyon High School Senior Melissa Cox was named the 1987 CHS Homecoming Queen at halftime ceremonies Friday during the Cougars hard-fought match against the Fredericksburg Billies, which had a final score of 15-14 in favor of the Billies. Cox was escorted by Tye Henderson For more details of the game see Page 13A (Photo by Deryl Clark). ;

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