New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 13, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 13, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas 4 I *-■E M PIPE MO A LL AbUnicorn, Cougar players of the week, Page 7 New Braunfels VIV Vol 134 No 198 Tuesday October 13. 1987 25 Cents WLandaSt New Braunfels Texas 78130 (LISPS 3/7-800) 512-625-9144 ne Section. 12 Pages First Protestant Church is sp<>n Miring a blood drive on net 25 On that <1a> the South Texas Regional Blood Bank will tie accepting donors (rom 8 kl a rn until 12 to p rn at the See Ie Parish House on Coll street Appointments mas tx* M heduled by calling the church of flee at 62a bl* >1 The Comal County I H Exchange (Tub is sponsoring a Youth Rodeo *»n (KT IT al the Hays County Civic enter in San Marcos Youth from .is far av \ tot oh a and IM Rio par * u spale in the rodeo for ages f> through is years There are 22 events ranging from barret racing to bull riding Audience members say ti s really am/ing to watch those > ami 6 year olds maneuver a (ult size horse around thoM* barrels I'**«* SS ***• ami Junior events t'egi*. at p rn and senior eventv st.trt at 7 V rn Contact an T x. flange > Tut- jet the M. Marten \ Kl ii Ore light log «*<iotf>ro«*fO I adultv uili t«t* treated lo pan .es vt usage s* rambled eggs I iv*e ornifc .lint 4 * ii! t*t* until th. ll 11 i lOinf i reft v shell* r«‘IU The Menu CLASSIFIED COMICS CROSSWORD OF AR ABBY OBITUARIES SPORTS TV LOG WEATHER 9 ll 8 3 b 2 7 .6 2 Monday night s asure passed on d3y night conce ^hntn y u r v I P. ?ttng ifd reading b Solons okay sign control, extend interim moritorium av SAM AH Qua I start Wrdf* into- pl pm ate alpen* in advertisers ami outdoor rg UMTs drafted the pro maine A hah w.»v approved flange The ordinance af ♦rd man ordinance adopting city v loud manug ee COUNCIL Page ‘ Absentee balloting to begin ated i v the st. rdinance reau interstat* I ti* ap d remov* her* art no provisions m the new lh »: e regulating on premise HS ha »i I if*, f ilflkl Sh*lRu-H h* f estrin tug of the approval pro He sari It makes JHI Mfl.M to at all that off premise signs can no mule than >. !«*vt high vet on •MIM- signs are not regulated iii.im Ha* vote Monday council 'i.let Jan.es (it« nit tread ask* d th** jilting director ii the ordinance stat* W ed t he * HU* .if th*- velm It ordinance can I I ok I ti.ink we re going to •strum obvlousi y t*ut I }>e eft I or tax!    sftands also took ai tion Mon ing an emergency s*nt**e voting for Nov I wide social elections ta*gins ::eviay rn ttie front lobby of omai ( ountv ( outhouse uni v ( lei k Rosie Bosenbury those wishing to cast nice ballots mav do so idays I rom 8 a rn to 5 p rn in our thous** lobby until* Kl .kl There art* 27>    (onslituttonal amendments ani two state referendums as well as two local opium propositions including a proposed ( otnaI * aunty Water •ru nted Recreation District The two referendums regard pan mutuel wagering in lexas and Whetlu*: appointees to th** State Board of Biliation should ta* »*ie t**d i a int v rt»e < ‘anvon Lake Republican Women are holding the annual Las Vegas party s.itutday at the i orison I ake Forest Clubhouse The parts w J! kit k off of 7 p til with |*oket til ai kj.u k arid a w ta**', of chant» i asitio motu*y will I* sold at tlu* ban for us** on flu* casino games (.real gifts will f»e feature*! at an auction following th** games arui snacks will ta* avail.ihle Ila puhlu See STAMM! ISCH Pag. ? J S',!.* \ , t! .1 a .1* !• to>!.t\    " a higfi of 85 alai southeast winds to to I > mph Tonight will t*** fair with a low in the upper *n ara! southeast winds at f> to lo mph Wednesday will U* mostly sunny with a high again iii the mid nos and southeast winds IO to IV mph Wednesday night will la* clear and cool with a low of *> lh** extended outlook savs it will continue to la* sunny and warm with daytime highs in the hon and nighttime lows in the mkt his Real estate seminar tonight hosted by Caldwell Banker related matter Comal Commissioners Monday officially appointed 53 clerks ami 2T judges to man the 23 county precincts dur ing November dec lions One judge and two clerks will als.! preside over absentee vtiling bringing to 7s the number of voting officials ie Russet) coordinator for High s- ImhsI Comal Isl) linty Education announces a ii estate seminar titled sell ir Home to ta* presented at High S4 hoot tonight from 7 to mg V» I anvil T J) 111 Ila* M*minat is presented by C ol itweit Banker T illtnan .md Tillman Realty with a panel discussion ti oui tile following experts iawver eel titled public accountant real estate ppi,user licensed real est at** in (as tor broker and realtor and oineowner*** war rants insurance Ila p atilt* is cia ou raged to attend and paiticipat* by two mg questions a tis w emf concerning Muling your bom* uitodav s complicated market Mtimugh a 11is* seminar Russell requests calling 62.» 80hl to all*»w planting tor required room size After mental hospital escape Leonard Little: Should he go to prison instead? By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Comal County District Attorney VV ilham s^hroeder said Monday he will ct '.fact his Bexar County counter; art F red Rodrigue; to rec*rn* rid a prison term for con vi^td .clon Iadward Little Little 42 of f ntversal City was ar reste** Munday night in San Antonio block' Tom where he walked out of San Ant mo state Hospital three weeks ear er Little was arrested by an undercover narcotics officer who followed Little after sporing him in a stolen IV#* convertible Mustang Police found ST ****** worth of jewelry in the car taken in an armed holdup of a North Side ''an Antonio store Little was arrested without ma lent and was charged with unlawful Iv carry mg a weapon unlaw ful use o: a motor vehicle and aggravated rob bcry Aith a deadly weapon and held sn Bexar County jail on bonds total mg flan ooo Ll”I*- was in san Antonio State Hospit<i on a court order issued July 2tf for a ve» day evaluation after being found ne ; iietent rn Comal County to s’and trial on charges ut ag gravamen robbery and burglary on parole for a I tho aggi av ated robt*»r\ conviction in Bexar County Little also faces burglary charges in Col umhus County Schroedei speaking moments before announcing his party affiha Hon in his bid to M*ek re election said fie would recommend to Rodrigue; that Little be confined to the Texas Department of Corrections I thought ta* would stay in Rusk State Hospital said Schroeder Little was ordered to Rusk for evaluation but after only three A****ks there was fanned to sun An fiinui State Hospital atter a Manifest Federal disaster loan applications going out "lf Rusk (State Hospital) can t hold h<m, I don t know what else to do but recommend he be sent to TDC." BPISchroeder Comal County DA County business owners wishing til apply foi federal economic tnjurv loans Iii reeov**! wages hist during area flooding last spring may pick up applications beginning Wednesday in tile courthouse annex small Business Administration ut Baal* will ta* iii Suite215 in the annex Wednesday and Thursday from 8 a rn to t> to p in and Friday from 8 a rn to noon lo dlsttbute applications and answer questions pertaining to the loans The loans will ta* made available at interest rales of 4 per cent for small businesses and y jh*i tent for agricultural cooperatives Deadline for tiling is July 8, L*88 Fedetal officials recognized the impact of business losses locally follow mg heavy rams and impound men! of waters in Canyon Lake at the urging of County Judge Fred ('lark who applied for assistance in August Heavy rains that caused the Guadalupe River to run at more than 5.(xxi cubic feet per second and effectively closed the stream to all but ex perienced enthusiasts is thought to have contributed to a downturn iii business for river outfitters ami related businesses last spring and early summer KU* I don nm mem Danger Review Board rule*. was not determined to pre danger to himself or ot Schroeder did not contes* L competency hearings her e and the jury to remand him to ~ medical help ■ lf Rusk can t hold hirr know what else to do but re he ta* sent to TDC This is the third or fourth armed robbery he has been in voiced in and I in afraid somebody is going to get hurt or killed. Schroeder added Little has b**en diagnosed as hav mg as many as a dozer, separate per ^tonalities as well as other mental disorders He reportedly told Sari \n tonic police that one * his per sodalities Buck, an aggresive black mar masterminded his esc ape from ^an Antonio Slat* Hospital or Sept 20 ‘I ’lunk he has a menial dis*.refer hut I think he sometimes uses it as a facade.' said Schroeder when asked if he thought Little was genuinely ill Ari elderly New Braunfels couple and tlieir grandson last December were tiound and gagged by two mask ed gunmen who made off with valuables and a parrot in th*11 anni v s car Little was arrested by New Braunfels police in January aller he and a drifter were arrested by Col ora do County authorities Items taken in the New Braunfels holdup wen* recovered in Little s truck Schroeder changes parties, announces for fourth term as DA Fort Sam soldier eleventh Comal drowning in ’87 The eleventh drowning of the year in Comal County occurred Sunday evening when a Tint Sam Houston soldi**! tubing with friends on the Guadalupe River, jumped off his in lier tut#* and submerged Stacey Strange 18 was with friends in the river some 150 yards downstream cl FM JOO when he drowned The incident occurred around *» p in ’They were just enjoying t Item selves tubing when he hopped off his tube ,” said state Game Warden Boh Wofford He went umiei and a big cloud of air came out of him and that was th** last they saw of him VS ct turd said Strange s compo mons began diving and searching bul were unable lo find him Members of 1‘leasure Divers dub out of New Braunfels were called and they recovered the body in approx innately 15 minutes Justice of the Peace Howard Smith was called to the scene, where he pro nounced Strange dead B» DAVID MAY stab Artier Incumbent District Attorney William Schroeder will M*ek his fourth term as criminal prosecutor in T*K8 with a new twist He has decided to run on the Republican ticket schroeder made his announcement Monday afternoon before new party supporters media and aides in a specially called new s conference Citing aggressive leadership among Republicans in criminal justice reform Schroeder said "We need a party that will stand behind criminal justice It is a political issue and one that must tie handled politically ” Assistant prosecutor Bruce Boyer while saying he will leave open any future considerations also announc tx! his switch from Democrat to Republican w ith Schroeder Mv decision was a difficult one ” said Schroeder “I have many friends in the Democratic party but conditions circumstances and goats do change and must tie appropriately evaluated ’ Schroeder cited Gov Bill Clements’ "war on drugs legislation as an example ot leadership the Republican party has taken in recent years In criminal justice reform Schroeder announced his re-election intentions sept 23 before the Comal County Bar Association The district attorney is currently seeking grant money to participate in a multi agency organized crime task force in cooperation locally with the sheriff's office and New Braunfels police department and in establishing a Family Violence task Force where children and household members may seek court protection from in home violence After 13 years as assistant distnct attorney arui district attorney Schroeder said his knowledge local ly, regionally and statewide of law enforcement will be significant to the success of those programs "I ani going to change as well,” said Boyer "I think my future is in the Republican party and my im mediate plans are lo sujiport Bill ” Both were welcomed to the party by Loma! County Republican Chair man Robbie Borcbers former chair man Dr Charles Berger and New Braunfels Republican Women Pres! dent Ann Kuehler "I congratulate the both of Diem tor having the commitment of their conv let tons,** said Borcliers adding that the Republican party j a grow mg and stronger party that is "coming o age ’ "Republican women are behind you.” said Kuehler "We welcome ail who say the Republican party is the way of their convictions ” Berger hinted that Schroeder's decision has tieen expected for Mime time "The rumors have tieen per justing bu saint** time but he is mak mg it official today ;

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