New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 15, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 15, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas No playoffs for local football teams, See Page 14A New Braunfels Vol 134 No 222 707 Landa Si Ne* Braunfe s Texas 78" 3C 'UEPS 3.7 80? 512-625-9144 ' r rn* 377 ROO* Sunday November 15 "987 50 Cent: Four Sections 44 Pages Chemical plant explosions rock North Texas town PAMPA Texas AP Tai mal*.;    lh** • iia '    -    'n,    * 'ids of explosions destroyed par* '    ■ t t •    ■    •    *    plan? chemical plant Saturday killing at mv miles west of 'his Par .ancile town least three people injuring •*.* *-r    -    ; ■.    •    • •    *• and touching off blazes that raged out    4 *■ to to people Aas    - ► mg sa*d of control for several h*-urs ira- County sh* '•ii! - deputy Ken authorities said    Keith At least Jo per*en? of th* He*-chs?    i'ht expi«    - k*    is? ilk* an Celanese Corp plant burned so hot .    dor.ic t«»r.    cork* that firefighters could not gel with;' fed Rodger? 4... r Pampa cho was a half-mile of it and decided to let ti treated for mm* r injuries bum itself (jut Pampa Mayor D \ McDanie. said Saturdav ti ght    Se* E kpl OSION Pag* : a I hr ( urns! v our'.?* Livestock shim a iii mer! at 7 p OTI M«*odav at hr Fairgrounds * Kit or* vaunty agent s* od I turban* -it. v<<*-!uct a iamb -Jiuw Wanship * him K airs will !«• available tor neighing of your shrep Anyonr Interested •' welcome to attmd V Thanksgiving Hance ait! take place at T p rn saturday night at 'hr SEW Marl.- Memona Post *• ?n Stalin die Thr post is I** Ated behind I arpent**! » lf.Od a air and Hunt) Automotive on I V >71 Mush ail! ta- pcm uk-d *.% Ii t smith and I rimd* and the event i> -l*.wiMM'ed by the I .ad irs \uxtliarv Admission I* mil) I per * *ut .*• setup* and tmer alii ta- available Hrrold la alway** looking for ait «-*i use to dame an*! this oui*J ta- a good « Kame to sweat off a tea jaiuois before indulging on Turkev Hay For inure information call tt** 7774 or ne* lea Thr ( amal t ounty Medic ai So* w ty Auxiliary will meet a? I a* a in Thursday at Ila* home of Margaret Ann Bird > Ridge Hnve Mrmlrn are asked to bring bus rd g*«als f**r t tie M« henna Me* non a I Hospital Hake Sale an Friday t urn pletrd I hr Ut mas t*»l*s will ta- turned in at this meeting The weatherman says our week will start off a little on the grey and gloomy side as a 70 percent chance of ruin is forec ast Sunday Storms may possibly be severe in areas Highs are expected to reach into the mid Tbs accompanied by IS 2U mph winds Rain chanc es drop to a es en feet Sunday night as temps w ill (all only into the mid bos Monday will see some parting of the clouds with highs around 65 and gradual clear mg continuing into the week TINI ROHME SS................1QA RAS SIF HD ....... 6    118 COMICS    I    PA CROSSWORD  ......  JA DCM AMY.............    .    .    bk I DUCA I ION    AB ENTER I AMMI NT    ......13A HOROSCOPE    .......... 1?A KALEIDOSCOPE..........I    6R 0PM IONS    AA SPORTS  .........14 16A WEATHER.................Ik State-bound Unicorns * Strickland out on bail after second arrest City needs long range plans before hiring manager, says mayor Bv SAH AH DUKE Staff Writer Mayor George F.rben said T riday he thinks the New Braunfels Pity Council members can work tog**the but need to work through long range plans before considering who should be the next city manager The tour* cli also needs to decide what characteristics the next city manager should possess he said Asked whether the council is cliv id en as City Manager Joe Mn hi* f while he announce*! his reMgnatmn Monday F rlien sal ! he doesn't think VSi* * ertamlv don t always agree-on Using' but I think that s healthy Overall I think we ail have • omnnMi goals How lo achieve them is something people have different ideas about Krben said May Pl Pio I em Ramon * hap* Jr 'aid ta- thinks f here is some divas ion on the council Then1 w a- a it tit- bit in the !sot too distant past he said. adding that th* council tas divided See CITY Page 2A Garage sale enthusiasts will be in bargain heaven on Saturday when the New Braunfels Historic Railroad and Modelers s<„ |t*ty holds .I community wide garage sale from yam lpm The place is where else- the histnri* train depot located next to Brauntex theater If you figure you Can muster up enough precious but expendable items and could use- some extra Christmas money the club has 'pac es for rent It interested < all 625 » dunng the dav or * J.» 2582 Hie Community Council of south * entral Texas will ism#- \ ' ll \ com rn* edit lex to in* tune eligible housefuls from if a rn until I p rn Tuesdav at the Texas National c.uard Armory at 225- IU ti W All recipients are require-! to complete an appd* at nm in order to determine eligibility arni mu-l ( ring proof of identifK at svn arni proof of income such as food stamp Kiefs title atkvn Medic ald * ani I IV I tie- k slut** and V A Hlenlifu atH*n St J JU P rn Tuesday otfl* talk from New Braunfels Isl) alii pre sent thr ivsues concerning (he bond election whK’h Will take plavr I )ev J at Oak I test Inn Hie public oak * rest Inn residents their families and ernpkjvee' are ms Heel to attend tho -alo! Utah vt jrukMi Hr informed ami don t forget to vote For the second time this w**el Wesley Si ott Strickland has ie bail following hts rearrest Friday stemming from a c harge of failure to stop and render aid follow nj a f it.-. hit and run accident Nov t Founts Attorney Bill Reinter ob tamed a warrant for Strickland » ar rest on a charge of probation viola tion Strickland 21 of <. amor. Lake reportedly tampered w:?b his ourt ordered Guardian Inter!*** k device bv removing it from Tie ear Strickland wa' freed atter piling a    bon«l Or. Thursday Strickland posted a % ‘xx* bond following hts arrest for failure to stop awl render a third degree felony car "trick I, intl ha* now twice txftm cbarged with Dilation violations stemmm £ f '1*0 ]^HS (ll riving while mtoxicat **d ar rest If con' . K ted Of the more rev <*nt v iota t ion he could serve up to IHC fin V* - in ' county jai! He was placed ( >r it ie < iua rd in a Interlock sv stem IU K|| we follow ll rig his first violation . | f •ec In a related matter Fffie Mares IS who suffered multiple fractures in the accident that left Man.. Blanco 2u dead ha.' (jeer. upgraded to fair condition m Brackenridge Hospital tr Austin Open for business The New Braunfels Unicorns volleyball team earn*-1 a trip to trie State tournament <n Austin ne*f weekend by defeating West Campus in the R* go? IV hnalS 16-10 I Mf i5-5 Satur lay rn San Antonio Tot eft Kelli Da.ss e*ecutey a spine ‘or the Unicorns Tot right Ha he V * a’ an I * 3‘ and Mary Ai^e v Ola * TC» a ut. *:* up to defend their territory against an opponent s snot Bottom right Congratulations are passed from player to player atter the victory For more details on the fi at h please turn to page t4A (Photos by Deryi Clark* Still a viable tool Guardian program halfway through test period a, oAVIo MAV St jtl W* tie* Br* .ms* .nu* probationer may have gullet) around using a court ordered Guardian Interlocking device d***s not mean the program is im»I a viable tool in * ai lung drunken driv mg county court ai law officials said Fri day The (luardian program is more than halt way through Us tnital l**si vear after being introduced in Coroa! *'ounlv iii Match tile first count) ill the state to adopt Ifw* probationary tool When Bk* car of Weslev Scott Strickland was pulled from a stock pond last we«-k it was found that a Guardian system which should have tieen in place was removed One source close to the investigation said evidence existed that the svstein ma) have been re wired allowing Strickland to operate die vehicle without first passing the series of coordinated and calibrated breath (odes New Braunfels police investigators said Salurda) however, that a local program technician was unable to determine if tlw* car had been operated witlioul the dev lo* intact or aliet her it was simp)) removed tw-fot e tieing pushed into th** p*md Strickland charged with failure to slop and render aid .nu! facing revocation of probation I' tree on tMirsis totaling Sa. *whi No evidence now exists that Strickland convicted in January ot of driving while in tax Ka ted ami placed on Hie system earlier this year was intoxicated at ttw* lime his car hit two women on Iii tersiate G killing one and seriously injuring the other According to county court at law records Strickland agreed to acquir mg a Guardian device uttei Inviolated probation (or writing hot checks Probation officials had also reported Strickland had developed a ‘ bad attitude and alcohol had been detected on his breath Judge Roil Prichard and Adult Pro batlon Supervisor Jack Williamson said they had reservations about us mg Ow Guardian Intel lo* k program here Prichard was concerned about the costs of the program, seeing it early on as a program for the rich while Williamson said he questioned such a technological response for persons with psychological or emo tarnal problems Both Prichard and Williamson along with Fount) Attorney Bill Renner say tty* jury is still out on whether the Guradian program will become permanent They want lo give it a full year then gather data amt statistics before making a decision They knew from Uh- beginning tliere were some problems and ways to beat the program but they feel that one known v tolation out of to per sons placed in the program is a positive sign It somebody wants to work hard enough to break tile law or beat tile system they re going to ami all we can do is ki-ep throwing up barriers.” ■-.lid Renner You don't throw the baby out with tin* bath water ” Strickland was reportedly due this week tor a tandard HO day system check since Bk* dev ice monitors and records any tampering Renner said it is likely it would have l**en discovered and reported which is grounds for revocation of probation Strickland passed his last system check in Septemtier The latest pro batlon violation is likelv lo land See PROGRAM Page 2A Atter a lot of work by volunteers Coma* County f.mergen* y Children s Shelter will open its doors on Monday Putting on the last minute touches are from left Brad Herbelm board member and housing chairman Debra LeBianc volunteer co chairman Beth Koen and Anna deLemos volunteers arid Vicky Walker, president (Photo by Dery! Clark! ;

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