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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 3, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas O MO 09 Airline praises in Delta crash lawsuit FORT LAlrtSEftBALte Aft Delta Ait which is trying to force taxpayers to pay for damages iin the deadly 1985 crash of Plight 101 in praised the first verdict clearing the carrier of liability in the See Page 3 A Unicorns clinch berth SV bowls over Clemens New Braunfels clinched its secdhd consecutive playoff berth Tuesday night With a 63 victory over Boerne in a District 284A baseball Smithson Valley overpowered SchertA Clemens 104 in the Ran gersfinal home game of the See Page 13A 0 Cinco de Mayo May 5 is one of the most popular holidays on the Mexican the holiday is almost as popular in the United States as it is in Mexico and is celebrated with fiesta See Page 1B N6w Braunfels 123 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS Zeituno 3 Wednesday May 1989 25 Cents Two 26 Pages Good day The sky will be partly cloudy today with an afternoon high of 86 and a low tonight of Severe thunderstorms are possible Tommorrow is more of the Temperatures will con tinue to rise this week when the high will reach 90 and the low will be 70 during the Inside DEAR 1315 A TV Stammtisch City of New Braunfels announces street closures starting today to enable New Braunfels Utility workers to perform West Mill Street to Spur Street will be closed from today until May Spur Street to North Live Oak to North Plum Avenue will be closed from May 8 to May Julie a special education teacher for the New Braunfels will teach a novice or begin ners Sign Language class begin ning Friday at the Landa Recreation Classes will be at the Rec Center each Wednes day from 7 to in the upstairs meeting Cost for the course is per person and you may register between 1 and 10 during the For more call the Rec Center in Landa Park at First Protestant Church is spon soring a Blood Drive The South Texas Regional Blood Bank will be accepting donors from until at the Seele Parish House on Coll Appointments may be scheduled by calling the church office at live bullriding action is what youll see at the firstever Buckin Bonanza on Memorial Day May New Braunfels Breakfast Lions and many other local businesses are sponsoring the which will feature nonstop bullriding action both Riders will be compet ing for cash and prizes the l total purse is and the first place winner will get a gold and silver belt buckle from Franks Western Saturdays fun also will feature a dance with music by Clay while Sunday will feature Southern Tickets to thl blinding are in advance or at the Ticket to Saturdays dance are in advance or at the door and tickets to Sundays dance are Children under 10 will be admit ted Tickets are on sale now at Franks Western Comal High Brehm and Proceeds from the event will benefit the Lions Crippled Childrens Speaking of the Comal County Sheriffs Posse is sponsor ing an Old Timers Rodeo Satur day at at the posse grounds on Interstate 35 South Solras Road members of the local posse will ride in the flag Theres a snack bar ow the grounds and admission is Thj American Legion Auxiliary 179 will bay a rummage sale Ssawfey fera to s m American Legion Home at 410 nm m to te Ptotty of good bargains Firm Pipeline safer than roads By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer A proposed petroleumproducts pipeline running from Corpus Christi to DallasFort Worth Inter national Airport is environmental ly safe and could enhance competi tion said Koch Refining Company officials It pipeline will not only be delivering jet fuel to but it will also be providing additional supplies of gasoline and heating said Robert lawyer for Koch Refining It will have terminals in San Antonio and Austin and will create increased competition in the mark et places of San Antonio as well as in Independent petroleum marke ters like the idea of having some one else they can buy he adding the New Braunfels gasoline market probably would be Koch officials discussed the proposed pipeline and environ mental concerns the public has expressed about the project at the HeraldZeitung Monday Kochs made of high quality will carry diesel jet fuel and other pro ducts from its Corpus Christi refin ery to supply the San Waco and DallasFort Worth Kochs corporate offices are in Before we laid out the osed route for the our peo ple had talked to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department as well as the Army Corp of Engineers in addition to a number of other fed eral and state said Kim public affairs officer for We asked them what areas should we be aware of that are environmentally sensitive that we CORPUS CHRISTI KOCH SEFiNING COMPANY The proposed Koch pipeline will run from a refinery in Corpus Christi to the DallasFort Worth International need to stay away from and they The pipeline is proposed to run identifed the Edwards Aquifer as through Guadalupe and well as other See Page 2A May Day I Antique store heist Crime of the Week Patrick Ott carefully aims at a cup with a water gun playing different games during planned during Carl Sehurz Elementary schools first Inter Jane McDonald prepares for a hit during the national Carnival and May Fete sponge throw Photo by Deryl fourth and fifth graders enjoyed refreshments and Fundraisers for dance are a hoax Residents should beware pf school aged children soliciting money for a Canyon Middle School eighth grade dance because its a says a Comal ISD Canyon Middle School is not soli citing said Sandra CISD public information If students or children come to doors soliciting or askjoefor please call the scfiool bwore giving them any Theft of jewelry at the Down towner Antique Mall is this weeks Crime Stoppers Crime of the Between April 17 at 2 and April 19 at unknown suspects took several of jewelry from a display case at the antique mall at 223 San Anto nio Stolen were several a rhineaone broach and a silver purse valued at more tton Law enforcement authorities are unsure how the burglars gained entry into the mall and display Persons with information about this crime should call Crime Stop day or at Crime Stoppers pays up to for information leading to the arresi and indictment of persons involved in felony Tipsters calling Crimg Stoppers wiljl rrmaip Grime Stoppers Tip leads detectives to fugitives hideout By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer A recent Crime Stoppers tip led to the arrest Tuesday of a Colorado fugi tive who had been hiding at his parents New Braunfels home for approximately a detectives I got a call on Crime Stoppers about 10 days ago and the informant said that there was a guy hiding out here in town that was wanted for escape out of said Crime Stoppers Coordinator Libby I passed the information on to Detec tive Juan Joseph Lewis was arrested by New Braunfels Police Department detectives Paul Montgomery and Gusme at approximately Griffin was apprehended at his parents house on Wundcrlich Lane off Texas 46 within the City of New Braunfels and Guada lupc Griffin waits to be extradited to Weld in the Guadalupe See Page 2A Absentee voting ends for Saturdays city elections Absentee voting ended Tuesday afternoon and school and city officials are spending the next few days getting ready for Saturdays Four persons are vying to filling two atlarge seats on the board of trus tees for Comal Independent School Two incumbents are seeking their spots on New Braunfels City In the CISD 122 persons vot ed absentee at the central office and 34 voted at Smithson Valley Middle At City eight persons voted in the District 1 where Ramon Chapa is while 10 persons voted in District Loraine Krafts CISD candidates for the two at large in the order in which they will appear on Saturdays are Martin Carter Dan Mitchell and William Bill district court administrator in Comal has lived in CISD for eight years and is Our father of three CISD Incumbent Castell is a local lawyer and a former classroom She has two child ren in CISD and has lived in New Braunfels for 15 Owner and operator of Dans Dis posal Service in Mitchell is 46 years old and has lived in the dis See Page 2 A Wedding gown ruined by says suit A San Antonio woman is suing a New Braunfels business owner for deceptive trade practices for allegedly ruining her wedding dress in Jennifer Lackey repre sented by New Braunfels attorney Carter filed suit against Roger owner of New Braun fels Cleaners last JOhnson was unavailable for Snake bite comment On or about Houde said in the suit she took her wedding dress to Johnson to be dry cleaned and Defendant represented that he could dry clean the dress and preserve the the suit The rep See Page 2A Horace 1150 Edwards said in all his years of dealing with hes never seen a snake eat his Belote found checkered garter snake on his property last week dead from eating his John reptile specialist at San said its not but its not common for a snake to eat its The snake possibly had a tumor or injury on his tail and was biting at the pain or the snake was eating undigested which is McLain dont have a lot of nerves in their so the snake probably didnt feel it until it was too he Photo by Deryl
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