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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                410 NJ MI PO BOX DALLAS D of the Page 7 New Braunfels 198 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377800 Zeituno Tuesday October 25 Cents One 12 Pages First Protestant Church is spon soring a blood drive on On hat the South Texas Regional Wood Bank will be accepting donors from until at the SeekParish Mouse on Coll Appointments may be scheduled by calling the church of fice at The Comal County 4H Exchange Club is sponsoring a Youth Rodoo on 17 at the Hays County Civic Center m San Marcos Youth from as far as Victoria and Del Rio par impale in the rodeo for ages 5 through HI years There are 22 events ranging from barrel racing to bull riding Audience say its really to watch those f ami t year olds maneuver a lullsue horse around those barrels Pee Wee and Junior events at p m and senior start at 7 p m Contact an Exchange Club member tor tickets or call the iom a Ilunt Extension i fffice at New Braunlels Maxmic No staled meeting a V p ni in lie Masonic Hal Let the Marion Voluntivr Fire I volunteers cink or sou sometime i n uct the Marion VFI will host an All Pancake Breaklast from 7 a m to nwn at the Marion iire Station to raise monev to iiiral tire lighting equipment Eiir Vi adults will Intreats to pan cakes scrambled eggs coffee untti he cant eat anv mole Children under SMKlt eat or Sfunts and love are the two on h the Comal omits Knieiuencv i hildren s shelter home is tniilt The primal the shelter Is to a ale lor children in u in his shrlte Nurd inemKl s Deed to prnSMe in gene i oils amounts ohiniiei s are making at pis Ip parents lecelVe help levihing then heal the i hlld if We make a Jit to help the shelter inemlKts Uemember i thing sou can do for an ahllMd chilli Is nothing al the vheiter at oi more tioii alHiut the i omal Cuunls Emergenc hildien s Shelter hat ou can do to help them help children Tile National latlon o Uetlled Fedei al 1 will meet Erida at 11 a II at the Steer or its regular meeting and luncheon s are welcome The fam on Lake Republican Women are holding the annual Las Wgas parts Satuidas at theCanxon Lake Forest Ihilihouse The parts will kick oil at 7 p m u poker and a wheel of chance Iasino mones will he sold al the door or use on he casino games Hreal gills will Infeatured at an auction following the games and snacks will be available The public See Page Sunny and warm today with a high of H and southeast winds lu to 15 mph Tonight will be fair with a low in the upper 50s and southeast winds at 5 to 10 mph Wednesday will be mostly sunny with a high again in the midKUs and southeast winds Hi to 15 mph Wednesday night will te clear and cool with a low of 55 The extended outlook says it will continue to be sunny and warm with daytime highs in the 80s and nighttime lows in the mid 50s CLASSIFIED 911 CiOSSIiOil ONIUAMES SNttlS TVIQG IfAINCI 3 attempting durmS MondaV n9hts The measure passed on third reading by coun Solons okay sign extend interim moritorium By iAKAH DUKC Stall VVnlcr I he j u the final Inch nstrut the condition off premiMadvert tinul Hie acllun h u ithoii lip during the i kin council ithin tin1 rits Hanson i It inn uiithe mutinn i CIUK i ilmallcr Wbiih IMS Ufli ijxi li eailitr council 1 in ouncil also innralonum on IHrmjf In until ttcoiiles tlUvtlM committee o private in hiding and outdwr drafted the pro ordinance A Inch ua approved Aih little change The ordinance af sevli oiiis offpremie adverti mi Portable oi premise not allotted under the ordinance and are limited to JHI in MAand can be no OMI than i iff premise MUHS IKno higher than vj ftvt SMaruN said the urdmame will e iiu eifett on in along In ei state alung the interstate ale leiuilaud b the tale The ap ordinance adver tisers io o n ordinance adoptine revisions to the citys flood manag See Page necioi to the ordinance MIH c Us prelumnaiA a definition of portable Aoulil not IKciintued with modilc Tile intent the idintdication of liie ovcupation oi of the he i The ordllKUHe came Ulldei lire during the Stpi coimcii lunnn that meeting loiniei Council aid oi dmance lmuld w nh inoie communits input I benaie no provisions in the new ordinance regulating onpremise Mgiis Mjinithmi questmneii a be beiiinnmg of the approval pro less n no ti me a that oil Mgns can IKI mote than c tivl high yet on premise stuns are not Before the vole Mondav council member James asked the planning director i the ordinance ill be enlorced 1 think so 1 think we re going to soine quest ions but 1 tliink it will be Shands sau I he council also took action Mon iia approving an emergency Real estate seminar tonight hosted by Coldwell Banker lesMe coordinator tor anvon High Comal ISD Cuminunits a tree real estate seminal ing Your Home to be presented at Canyon High school tonight from 7 to p m The seminar is presented by Col dwell Banker Tillman and Tillman with a panel discussion iiom the following experts lawyer cer tided public real estate licensed real estate in broker and and homeowners warranty insurance The public is encouraged to attend and participate bs having questions answered concerning selling your home in todays complicated market Although a free Russell requests calling to allow planning for required room size Absentee balloting to begin Absentee voting for Nov i statewide elections begins Wednesday in the front lobby of the Comal County County Clerk Rosie Bosenburv saui those wishing to cast absentee ballots may do so weekdays from K to 5 in the courthouse lobby until There are 25 Constitutional amendments and two state refpremiums as well as two local option propositions including a proposed Comal County Water iinenled Recreation District The two reterendums regard pan muiuel wagering in Texas and whether appointees to the State Board of Kducation should be elected In a related Comal Counts Commissioners Monday officially appointed clerks and judges to man the county precincts during elec tions one judge and tsvo clerks will also preside over absentee voting bringing to 79 the number of voting Federal disaster loan applications going out Counts business owners svishing to apply for federal economic injury loans to recover ssages lost during area flooding last spring may pick up applications beginning Wednesday in the courthouse annex Small Business Administration of ficials svill be in Suite 215 in the annex Wednesday and Thursday from 8 to and Friday from 8 to noon to distibute applications and answer questions pertaining to the loans The loans svill be made available at interest rates of A per cent for small businesses and y per cent for agricultural Deadline for filing is July Federal officials recognized the impact of business losses locally foilosving heavy rains and impound ment of waters in Canyon Lake at the urging of County Judge Fred who applied for assistance in Heavy rains that caused the Juadalupe River to run at more than cubic feet per second and effec tively closed the stream lo all but ex perienced enthusiasts is thought to have contributed to a downturn in business for river outfitters and related businesses last spring and earlv summer Fort Sam eleventh Comal drowning in 87 The eleventh drowning of the year in Comal County occurred Sunday evening when a Fort Sam Houston tubing with friends on the Guadalupe jumped off his in ner tube and submerged Stacey was with friends in the river some 150 yards downstream of when he The incident occurred a round G They were just enjoying themselves tubing when he hopped off his said State Game Warden Bob Wofford He went under and a big cloud of air came out of him and that was the last they saw of Wofford said Stranges compa nions began diving and but were unable to find Members of Pleasure Divers Club out of New Braunfels svere called and they recovered the body in approx imately 15 Justice of the Peace Howard Smith was called to the where he pro nounced Strange After mental hospital escape Leonard Little Should he go to prison instead By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Coma County District Attorney William Schroeder said Monday he will contact his Bexar County counterpart Fred Rodriguez to rectmruend a prison term for con viited lelon Leonard of Universal was ar rested Sunday night in San Antonio blocks from where he walked out of San Antonio State Hospital three weeks Little was arrested by an undercover narcotics officer who followed Little after spotting him in a stolen 1966 convertible Police found worth of jewelry in the car taken in an armed holdup of a North Side San Antonio store Little was arrested without inci dent and was charged with unlawful ly carrying a unlawful use of a motor vehicle and aggravated rob bery with a deadly weapon and held in Bexar County jail on bonds total ing Little was in San Antonio State Hospital on a court order issued July 29 for a 90day evaluation after being found incompetent in Comal County to stand trial on charges of ag gravated robbery and On parole for a 1986 aggravated robbery conviction in Bexar Little also faces burglary charges in Col umbus speaking moments before announcing his party affilia tion in his bid to seek said he would recommend to Kodriguez that Little be confined to the Texas Department of I thought he would stay in Rusk State said Little was ordered to Rusk for but after only three weeks there was farmed to San An tonio State Hospital afler a Manifest If Rusk State Hospital cant hold I dont know what else to do but recom mend he be sent to Bill Schroeder Comal County DA Danger Review Board ruled Little was not determined lo present a danger to himself or others Schroeder did not contest Littles competency hearings here and uried the jury to remand him to Rusk for medical If Rusk cant hold 1 dont know what else to do but recommend he be sent to TDC This is the third or fourth armed robbery he has been in volved in and Im afraid somebody is going to get hurt or Schroeder Little has been diagnosed as hav ing as many as a dozen separate per as well as other mental He reportedly told San An tonio police that one of his per an aggresive black masterminded his escape from San Antonio State Hospital on Sept I think he has a mental but I think he sometimes uses it as a said Schroeder when asked if he thought Little was genuinely An elderly New Braunfels couple and their grandson last December were bound and gagged by two mask ed gunmen who made off with valuables and a parrot in the familys Little was arrested by New Braunfels police in January after he and a drifter were arrested by Col orado County Items taken in the New Braunfels holdup were recovered in Littles Schroeder changes announces for fourth term as DA By DAVIDMAY Staff Writer Incumbent District Attorney William Schroeder will seek his fourth term as criminal prosecutor in 1H88 with a new He has decided to run on the Republican Schroeder made his announcement Monday afternoon before nesv party media and aides in a specially called news Citing aggressive leadership among Republicans in criminal justice Schroeder We need a party that will stand behind criminal It is a political issue and one that must be handled Assistant prosecutor Bruce while saying he will leave open any future also announc ed his switch from Democrat to Republican svith My decision was a difficult said I have many friends in the Democratic party but circumstances and goals do change and must be appropriately Schroeder cited Bill Clements war on drugs legislation as an example of leadership the Republican party has taken in recent years in criminal justice Schroeder announced his reelection intentions 23 before the Comal County Bar The district attorney is currently seeking grant money to participate in a multiagency organized crime task force in cooperation locally with the sheriffs office and New Braunfels police department and in establishing a Family Violence task Force where children and household members may seek court protection from inhome After 13 years as assistant district attorney and district Schroeder said his knowledge local regionally and statewide of law enforcement will be significant to the success of those I am going to change as said Boyer I think my future is in the Republican party and my im mediate plans are to support Both svere welcomed to the by Comal County Republican Chair man Robbie former chair man Dr Charles Berger and New Braunfels Republican Women Presi dent Ann 1 congratulate the both of them for having the commitment of their said adding that the Republican party i a growing and stronger party that is coming oi Republican women are behind said We welcome ail who say the Republican party is the way of their Berger hinted that Schroeders decision has been expected for some The rumors have been per sisting for some but he is mak ing it official today   

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