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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 16, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                cuttingsatestaxes AUSf IN AP key lawmaker says he is dent his proposed amendments that would force the state to give up some taxes if lawmak ers ever approve personal or corporate income taxes will See Page 2 410 SO tbmcover funds Phil Gfamfh says those Who M aw in the savings and loan scandal should tracked down and And thats one of the good things about Resident Bushs plan for cleaning urj the the Tbxas Republican Seepages 1 0 1 TX with six returning suu be a strong favorite to repeat as 284A titlists ift 1989 But the Unicorns arent taking anything for Seepage New Braunfels 69 707 Landa New Texas USPS 377880 Zeituno 177880 5126259144 Thursday February 1989 25 Cents One 10 Pages Grand j ury indicts trio on drug charges Banking on it By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer A local business owner and son and daughter were indicted Wednes day by a Comal County grand jury on three charges each of aggravated pos session of cocaine and Leonardo Hernandez owner of Leos and his Leonar do Hernandez and Yvette Hernandez all Good day of 1764 Lee were arrested 14 in an Alamo Area Narcotics Task Force drug That raid yielded the arrest of 14 New Braunfels residents including seven drug dealers and cash and drugs totalling more than A warrant for Hernandez was issued by a Comal County grand jury 1988 by sealed indictment on a delivery of a controlled substance He was later arrested in Scguin 13 and charged with delivery of a kilogram of cocaine at the Kettle Restaurant on Texas Other indictments Wednesday include Toribo 935 Interstate four charges of sexual assault and one burglary Mario 2342 San Antonio and Mike See Page 2 Keep that umbrella and raincoat The high today is expected to reach 51 degrees under cloudy skies with scattered The low tonight will be Showers will continue Friday when the high will be a cool The low Friday night will be The wet and cool weather will continue into the weekend when highs will be near 45 and lows near Inside 810 3 DEAR 6 4 TV 6 2 Stammtisch The Comal County Sportsman Association will host another fish fry Friday night from to at the Sportsman Hall on Kowald Large plates are and small plates are The publ ic invited to the groups fish The New Braunfels Chapter of the American Associa tion of Retired Persons is sponsor ing a Assis tance Program through the Health Advocacy The chapter will provide free assistance for senior citizens with their forms each Thursday afternoon from 1 to 5 at the Senior Citizens 142 Trained per sonnel will assist with the forms for more call The AARP also will be con ducting a Self Help Tax Training Course at the Dittlinger Memorial Library from 2 to 5 An audiovisual film on how fo prepare the IRS Forrnsl040E and 1040A will be shown and Tax Aide volunteers will be avail able to assist individuals in pre paring these Those attending should last years return and all For more call Kalroans at or Les at Deputies find stolen vehicle Comal County deputies recovered another stolen vehicle adding to the growing number of automobiles local law enforcers have recaptured W outside A 1988 Chevrolet convertible sto len from San Antonio was recovered in Oak Village North subdivision off Sunlight Drive after residents noticed it parked in said Chief Deputy Wayne was partially stripped of radio and he I feel like the guys are doing good work recovering Hoherz Deputies are noticing the stolen vehicles as they keep an eye out for other he Were espe cially being very alert with some of these burglaries around the lake Deputies recovered a 1987 two door Pontiac on Hubertus Road which had been stripped of The vehicle is lacking the front battery and all four wheels and the steering said adding a license plate check revealed the car belonged to aMary land but was stolen in San If a vehicle looks like it is aban nobody around and al circumstances the deputies run it and if they get a hit on the computer then they pick it See Page 2A testing Senior Wade assisted by Al Ruiz of the South Texas Regional Blood was among the stu dents at Canyon High School who did their part to collect blood for the blood bank this The Bloodmobile was at the school for the seventh annual drive sponsored by the Canyon High School Student There is no shortage of giving said student council cosponsor Kathy Sim mons as she gave Canyon High School Stu dent Council sponsors this in a communityminded spirit to help in the neverending effort for A South Texas Blood Bank spokesman said dona tions to the bank were She attributed the decrease to recent cold weather which caused numerous blood drives to be Simmons cosponsors Canyon High Student Council with Betty Photo by Deryl Clark Downtown program gets boost with contributions solving crimes By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer A serial killer has murdered his 10th victim during a fouryear span and police are struggling for clues and any shred of evidence to solve the case a bloodstained which is four years breaks the case Just visiting because of a scientific breakthrough using DNA From everything Ive seen this is going to be quite a wonderful tech nique for solving particular types of said Comal County District Attorney Bill See Page 2 By DAVID BUILTA Staff Writer A campaign to raise funds to revitalize downtown New Braunfels received another boost Members of the Downtown Association donated to the city for a downtown revitalization program which includes hiring a downtown City Council 23 unanimously voted to begin a downtown revitalization The city is providing 75 percent of the funds to hire the coordinator with the remaining 25 percent coming from the private which includes organizations such as the Downtown The Downtown Association felt they should take the leadership Marian president of the associa tion said before giving the funds to City Manager Paul She said the purpose of the association is to pre serve and enhance economic prosperity in downtown and protect the character of This coordinator position is something we Ben son We appreciate the fact that the city is supporting When council voted to support the it allowed 120 days for the private sector funds to be Follow ing council action downtown supports including Council Member James Texas Commerce Bank Presi dent Bob downtown businessman Carroll Hof and Benson began approaching financial institu service and downtown businesses for More than 50 percent of the pri vate sector funds have been The response has been Benson The money donated by the Downtown Association came out of the associations advertising budget which comes directly from members This docs not take the place of individual contribu See Page 2 Persons a volunteer for the pf the American fted Cross are urgejj to attend a volunteer orientation from 9 tft in the Garza Street Classroom the street from McKennas main For more pall the volunteer desk at the hos pital during the day r 91 pr after pall Jimmy Allen at or Eeveriy frollinger at Tonight information planning meeting for the S galley Iflgh Ssfewl ftpjeet ttta TM fc 7 in the bjgh schoo library and all Students and parents wiJliag 10 City reassigns hires new assistant Several realignments have been made in the City of New Braunfels Public Works In addition to his normal Assistant City Manager Hector Tamayo has been placed over sanita tion and motor pool areas while City Engineer Bill Dobrowolskis activi ties now include handling streets and drainage in addition to his engineering The city recently hired Don Jack son to work under Tamayo to coordi nate activities in the motor pool and sanitation City Manager Paul Grohman said Jackson has prior experience in large fleet maintance and worked with Comal Independent School District on special bond projects as well as having management Efrain Cardenas is handling street crews under Prior to this time Cardenas handled about half our crews and were simply said City Manager Paul Grohman Both crews will work under his jurisdiction See Page 2 Public works crews finishing cleanup For more mformauon on ihe V Sftp P099 and Alfred Jarchow of WSte Wednesday evenings Winter Wine Cheese Reception sponsored by thf WN Braynfeis Chamber of TJ SrofrBt represented by Qferia left Wife of Wwslfest President Bofc iJarslJtws with two botjes of wine for NiW fat more years 19 than anypnl eJsj at the and began coming to New Praunfels each March and after he retired from aohn peere in they started spending five months each year here arid have stayed in the same apartment at Landa Resorts for the past njne They must have spread the work buck home because go couples from Cjdar Falls are now winter visitors Hun dreds of wMer visitors took part in the reception at the Qjvic Photo by Peryi Clark Street sweepers have been hitting New Braunfels thoroughfares to clean up deicing materials put down during regent inclement The sweep ers will he seen more often as the city prepares to begin regular routes for the City Engineer Bill Dobrowolski said cleaning up the sand and gravel spread on major and hilly areas is a multiple phase operation because the materials were swept to the side of the road out of the then picked up from areas where there are Where there are no the material was swept to the side where it will become pan of the Dobrowolski said the winter storm cost the City of New Braunfels approximately because of man supplies and equipment necessary to prepare the roads and then clean up the See Page 2   

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