New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 2, 1989

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 02, 1989

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 2, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas t **10    Arf    -j ^E5T    - * In Chicago,T°^’ TX y6 revered sports hero in a town w.. greats. And when Chicago Sports Hall ot ran.,. _ cials wanted a statue of the Chicago Bear running back, they commissioned New Braunfels sculptor Paul Tadlock for the job.See Page 1BFireworks, old-timey fun on tap for holiday New Braunfels residents and tourists alike will have plenty to do this Fourth of July because several businesses and organizations are planning community celebrations for the holiday.See BelowPitcher, announcer defend Charlie Hustle CINCINNATI (AP) — Cincinnati Reds manager Pete Rose, facing a lifetime ban from baseball if charges that he gambled on the Reds are proven, got the support of at least one player and the club’s radio announcer this weekend in trying to knock down testimony obtained by baseball investigators.See Page12A New Braunfels Vol. 137, No. 166 707 Lands St., New Braunfels, Texas 78130 (USPS 377-880) 512-625-9144Sunday July 2, 1989 50 Cents Four Sections, 42 Pages Expansion Corporate news is good for Coleman Co. While the closing of the Canadian Coleman, Ltd., may mean bad news for Toronto workers, the Coleman facilities in New Braunfels and Wichita, Kan., are excited about the relocation of all the facility’s production assets to their plants. While Coleman officials said they could not yet determine the exact impact this decision will have on its New Braunfels and Wichita employ ment, they said it is certain more production employees will be required there next year. The moves should also serve to stabilize existing payroll levels in Wichita and New Braunfels because of increased production schedules necessary to serve the Canadian market. According to Randy Kuntz, New Se* COLEMAN, Page 2A Many offices are open Monday, closed Tuesday Several public offices and businesses will be closed Tuesday in commemoration of the Fourth of July. Offices in the Comal County Courthouse, Comal Appraisal District and New Braunfels City Hall will be closed Tuesday but will be open Monday. The New Braunfels Independent School District’s Education Center will be open Monday and closed on the Fourth of July. Comal Independent School District will close its administrative and tax offices Monday and Tuesday. New Braunfels Utilities also will have the same schedule. Customers can stop by on Monday, but they will have to use the night deposit box Tuesday. Emergencies can be reported by calling 625-8564. Residents’ garbage will be picked up during the regularly scheduled time on Tuesday. The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung offices will be closed Tuesday so employees can spend the day with family and friends. On Monday, the offices will be open for business and to print a Tuesday morning paper. Phone lines will be open Tuesday morning from 8 to IO a.m. for those who did not receive their newspaper. Rig avoids collision, overturns It took HEB employees, wrecker crews, highway department workers and law enforcement Officiate rmra than fnur hm ire to rloar thp dumped by an HEB tractor-trailer on Interstate 35 Exit 187 ramp in front of Courtyard shopping center Friday night. (Photo by Deryl Clark) The quick-thinking driver of an HEB Food and Drugs stores tractor-trailer rig avoided what could have been a tragic collision Friday night by driving his rig off the highway, causing his truck to overturn. John Gary Torres of San Antonio was treated and released at McKenna Memorial Hospital Friday night. According to New Braunfels Police Officer Bill Spence, Torres was driving an HEB tractor-trailer north on Interstate 35 at 7:22 p.m. At the same time, Jesse Aguilar Herrera, also of San Antonio, was driving a Dodge van north on the interstate and Fiyazni Sultanali Asaria, who works in New Braunfels, was driving an Oldsmobile 98 in the same direction. The van, owned by a transportation company, was carrying 13 passengers when the driver noticed a vehicle owned by the same company broken down on the shoulder approximately 300 feet from the exit ramp, Spence said. The driver of the van began backing up in the outside lane of the highway, he said. Asaria saw the , van and tried to get in the left lane, when he noticed the HEB truck. “The tractor driver also noticed the van and the only place he could go was the ramp,” Spence said. “The trailer brakes locked up and the trailer pulled the cab around.’’ Spence said the HEB truck struck the Oldsmobile slightly and Asaria pulled off the road. The tractor-trailer also struck the van. “He made it to the ramp,” Spence said. The tractor tipped on die orivcx’s side and came to a stop about three-quarters of the way down the ramp. “The driver did an excellent job,” Spence said, adding mat me incident could have turned into a tragedy. Traffic in the arca was tied up more than four hours Friday night as workers from MG’s Wrecker Service attempted to upright the rig, which had to be unloaded. Another HEB tractor trailer was called to the septic to pick up the See RIG, Peg* 2A Fireworks, old-fashioned fun on tap for holiday Stammtisch It’s gonna be one hot holiday    _ weekend. Temperatures are    By MARGARET EDMONSON    To    minimize    danger    to    the    spccta- expected to climb into the upper Stew Writer    Seca    map    of Lands Park    tors and damage to the golf course, the 90s and near IOO today and at    ^ew Braunfels residents and tour-    on    Page    3A    public is urged not to view die fire- least through Thursday. Southerly    alike will have plenty to do this ~    works from any of the Landa Park winds today will be about IO to Fourth of July because several    golf course areas. According to the 15 mph. Tonight’s low should    businesses and organizations are plan- According to Jaycee Tom Corbin, Jaycees, this arrangement will prodrop to    about 75.    For    the    Fourth,    nin8 community celebrations    for the    the best places for spectators to park    vide greater    control of the display, there is    a    very slight chance    of    holiday.    and sit are the Prince Solms tube    much better    parking,    better crowd brief afternoon thundershowers bul    The New Braunfels Jaycees will be    chute parking lot and the old tennis control, wider streets for emergency not enough to cancel any plans.    shooting off firecrackers around 9    courts near the Wursilest grounds, vehicles, and the removal of trail ic p.m. on July 4, according to    Jaycee    The Jaycees will be shooting off the    congestion from Landa    Park after the Inside:    President Jeff Mitchell. Approximate-    fireworks near the 16th tee of the golf    show. BUSINESS................................8,9A    ly $10,000 in community donations    course,    so    spectators will    best see the Schlitterbahn    Water    Park    cele- CLASSIFIED..........................7-11B    went toward the purchase of the    display    if    they    face the    Schlitterbahn COMICS............................10A.1-8D    fireworks.    castle.    See    FOURTH    FUN, Page 2A CROSSWORD.............................3A DEAR ABBY...............................6B    I •    a    I    I    I Gramm pushing tougher drug laws KALEIDOSCOPE.....................1-7B OPINIONS....................................4A    By STEPHANIE DAVIS SPORTS    12    13A    Staff Writer tv icTiMftc........................ 1    ar    Mandatory prison sentencing for wpATiMrn ........................... criminals — where drug offenders are WEATHER...................................2A    pUl ^    fcgpj there ^ jong ^ possible — could be the morale boost police officers need, says U.S. Sen. Phil Gramm. With temperatures near IOO to    “Obviously, we are not going to usher in July, it might be a good    solve the    drug problem simply by idea to just stay inside and clean    building    prisons,” Gramm said. out your bookshelves this    “There is    a growing belief in Con- weekend. And the Friends of the    gress that    unless there is the mandat- Dittlinger Memorial Library have    ory sentencing, that we are losing the a good way to dispense of those    deterrent impact of law enforcement.” books at the annual fall book sale.    Gramm was briefed on the drug For pick up of books, call Lucille    problem in Comal County Saturday at Douma at 629-3048 or Blanche    die Comal County Courthouse by Sanders at 625-0520....    Sheriff Jack Bremer, Police Chief Burney Bocck and an Alamo Area lf you need somewhere cool to    Task Force agent. Approximately 50 hide out this week, Max Crow    residents gathered to learn more about will be teaching a Defensive Driv-    the local drug problem, ing Course at    Mountain Valley    “Comal County is so much of a school, His class    will be July    6    remote    area,” Bremer told the group, and 7 from 6 to    IO p.m. Call    “We do    have a big abundance of drug 964-3491 to sign up.    labs in this county.” Safety First    Defensive Driving    The Anti-Drug Act of 1988, co- Class sponsored by the Indepen-    sponsored by Gramm and funded by dent Insurance Agents will July    $1.2 million, introduces strategies to IO and ll from 6 to IO p.m. or    deal with the growing drug problem. July 29 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.    A    need for mandatory sentencing is Classes are at the Holiday Inn.    evident    in Washington D.C. where Call 625-3736 to    sign up.    44,000    people were charged with The Charles Rose Agency will    felony crimes in 1988, but only 1,400 offer DDC July ll and 13 and    went to jail, Gramm said, again July 25    and 27 from 6 to    “Even in our own state where we IO p.m. Call 625-8081 or    pride ourselves in being tough on 625-8576 to sign up....    criminals ... they are probably going to serve 11 months,” he said. There is still a need for vol un-    Gramm said Congress wants IO leers (on a part-time basis) for    years in prison without parole for a Se* STAMMTISCH, Page 2A    See GRAMM, Page 2A Use common sense By MARGARET EDMONSON Stall Writer Fireworks have been associated with the Fourth of July for a long time, and they hold a deep fascination for children and adults alike. However, when purchasing and discharging fireworks, many people forget these fascinating explosives can lead to hand and facial bums, eye injuries and even hearing loss. According to Dr. Rich Cole at Scott and White Memorial I ^spital in Temple, the most common cause of injury happen when unsupervised children play with Fireworks. He said these cases See SAFETY, Page 2A U.S. Sen. Phil Gramm told a local group the drug solution will take more than building additional prisons. He made his comments while standing near a table full of drug paraphernalia confiscated in Comal County. (Photo by Deryl Clark) Bavarian Village was the site of a retirement party for Schimmel Beedom, who enjoyed his likeness on a cake with his wife Louise. (Photo bv Karla Wenzel) Musician Bloedom honored as By MARGARET EDMONSON Stall Writer Not many people around New Braunfels can say they sat in as drummer for the Six Fat Dutchmen from Minnesota when their drummer fell ii! on the stage. There also are not many people who can say they played dnims for Myron Floren, accordian player with the Lawrence Welk band. Schimmel Bloedom is a name associated with New Braunfels music for more than 50 years. That association has now ended with Bloedom’s retirement. he retires “I loved it,” Bloedom said of his musical career. “I enjoyed every minute of it.” The retired musician and cafe operator was bom and raised in New Braunfels. He began his music career in high school with Emil Eggeling teaching him to play drums. Bloedom played with such groups as the Lee Kohlenberg Orchestra, Kim Cochran and the South Texas Playboys, Little Fishermen, Bohemian Dutchmen, and the Village Fam- *## SCHIMMEL, Pea* IA ;

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