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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 13, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                Rustin Adams wins City Juniors crown When we last heard from Rustin he was helping to lead the New Braunfels Unicorns in the Class 4A state golf tournament in On Friday he captured the citys junior golf championship at the Landa Park Golf Course with a 74 See Page 10A Local creation teaching nation how brisket tastes One area restaurant owner is helping to turn a Texas staple into a national gourmet Jane president of the Guadalupe Smoked Meat was a finalist with her brisket in the National Associa tion of Specialty Foods Fancy Foods Show See Page 1B Back to school section includes supply lists The HeraldZeitungs annual Back to School spe cial section includes important information for parents and students in the lastminute rush before Aug 28 Supply hsts for public and private schools in the coun ty are See Pages 116E New Braunfels BEST AVAIL ABLE COPY LI 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS Zeitunp 3 377880 5126259144 F 1989 50 Cents Fivo 58 Pages STEPHANIE DAVIS Writer Voters ended more than six months pf political mudshnging turfied the proposal of consolidating collections the Gortial i1 Appraisal District by 64 Votes during special More than local people went the polls to decide if puttingtax New Braunfels ISP arid the City of New in the hands of the county tax assessorcollector is cost Im disappointed voters turned the issue said Precinct 4 Coun ty Commissioner Clyde initiated a petition drive in April to get Good day The winds may help to cool things off somewhat today as the under partly cloudy skies is J to reach about Win be from the southeast at 10 l low will low Monday will Jbd tpudier inthe ifTuesday through Thursday will see cloudy skies and hot temp ieratures with wide scattered thun mostly toward the trlnfelde 6A qtASSIFIED 14B TV 18C 2A Stammtisch Comal Bowling League will rjhave an organizational meeting for the fall league 21 at Comal are needed to fill up the league and anyone who is interested is asked to call Maxine Reiniriger at or Comal Bowl for or just go the issue of consolidation on the Anxious election result watchers at the Comal County Courthouse antici outcome as postings indi races in various twentyfive voters Precinct 1 voted for consolidation and 24 voted Precinct voters were for consolidation and 88 were close and have had their opportunity to vote on said Precinct 3 County Commis sioner Neil who also helped initiates petition drive for con We got it out before the voters thats what we wanted to The election called for the county tax assessorcollector to collect for reject tax consolidation bid See Page 2A for Precinct results and state election returns the two school districts and the Weeks before the CISD hammered out a taxcollecting con tract with County Tax Assessor Collector Gloria Clennan calling for the same functions the election would have The door is still open to the New Braunfels Independent School Dis trict and the City of New Braunfels to execute a contract as the Comal Inde pendent School District which Im still convinced will save the tax Silver medalist KvvThe Alamo Schuetzen which 6 south of New on Nacogdoches Road near Qjffprd and near wilt have its annual Shoot and Family Style Dinner The will start at 9 and the meal will be served noon to Theprice for the meal be for adults and children under Desserts and sausage sandwiches will be sold later in the The public is New Braunfels High School of 1954 is planning its 35th reunion for 3 and On the there will be a reception at Schwamkrugs party room from 5 to 7 followed by the home coming football game at Unicorn Stadium at The class mates will sit as a On the group will enjoy a buffet breakfast at Krauses Cafe at 9 followed by a tour of the New Braunfels High School the class attended on Guenther To finalize the reunion the class will attend Wurstfest that The class is missing a few addresses If anyone knows the addresses of the please call Tommy Zipp at 6252345 or 6258708 George Wallace Robert Rose Ann Schneider Billy See Pago 2A fpomesback from a sixthplace first lap to finish in 5 national Junior Olympic Cook ran a finishing one second out of For see page Photo by Deryl Clark NBU plans outages equipment repair Several locations in New Braunfels wiU have a power outage Wednesday so New Braunfels Utilities personnel can repair and perform maintenance on electric system The following locations will be affected 1308 to 1521 South 1404 to 1755 Old Marion block of Daisy to 1658 All of Devin Allison Kraft Lane and Rolling NBU customers in these locations will not receive power between 9 and and are asked to unplug all major computers and Refrigerators and Its really routine work that were Were also going to change out the Insu lators In that and Its easier If we just deenergize the line to do Bob Dlfonzo Electric ers should be kept Its really routine work that were said Bob superinten dent of the electric See Page 2A NBISD trustees to meet By MARGARET EDMONSON Staff Writer New Braunfels Independent School District trustees will kick off the new school year early with a regular monthly meeting Tuesday at 7 in the Education Center at 430 Newly elected trustees will be sworn in during the and trus tees will approve the 198990 testing Other agenda heim include authorization to use existing signature acceptance of resignations and approval of the 198990 board meeting calendar and approval of various payments to architects and NBISD trustees will discuss facili ties planning for the school district and hear a report on strategic planning for the payers a considerable amount of Jacobs NBISD and City have separate tax years than CISD and the County making total consolidation among all four entities not Im very grateful to all my friends that supported me by voting against forced Clennan said after the results were posted Saturday We have made some real progress here which will benefit all us Trustees Clarke reelected to board seats There were no surprises in Saturdays election of two incum bent members on the New Braun fcls Independent School District Board of Both District 2 Trustee Jean and District 4 Trustee Robert were elected to serve second threeyear terms on the Ward received 17 votes in Saturdays while Clarke received District 1 saw one writein vote for William Kolod District 2 had two writein vot es for Ward is a retired teacher who was elected to the board in Clark is a senior counselor at San Marcos High School with 26 years experience in Both trustees have served on the districts Strategic Planning Com mittee and Ward served on the Long Range Planning while Clark served on the Short Range Death Row inmate maintains he didnt kill five men in 1985 By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer HUNTSVILLE Sitting in a Death Row cell with a radio and Rodolfo Hernandez maintains he is innocent and will some day leave the Texas Depart ment of Corrections a free The San Antonio often called is one of 303 inmates on Death Row including four women in Gatesville at the Ellis I located in of swamp lands approximately 20 miles cast of This is something thats hard for me to believe Her nandez said about spending his days ina I cant get over The 39yearold charged with robbing and ing five Mexican nationals on a Comal County hillside in told the New Braunfels HeraldZeilung recently he is Members of the media arc allowed to view willing Death Row inmates Wednesday between 9 and 11 Separated by Hernandez tells of his fears put to death by lethal injection and his frustrations of knowing he is I write a lot of articles in reference to the death penal Hernandez My personal I think its cruel and Hernandezs appeal is currently under submission by the Third Court of Criminal Appeals in Austin pending an If the court denies the Hernandez case willbe bench warranted back to Comal County where a district judge will set an execution There is always an automatic appeal with death The appeal was submitted to the court June He was sentenced to death by lethal injection by a Comal County jury in On March on a hillside in the SkyRidge Subdi vision off FM five men were robbed of their few They were shot and left to One man Rudy Rubio of the Comal County sheriffs office said the Hernandez case was a great example of how law See Page 2A Local bus resident leads deputies on lengthy chase A 59yearold Canyon Lake who lives in a was arrested Salur day afternoon after he rammed a deputys car and led other officers on a chase throughout the The whose name was not released late will be charged with aggravated assault with a DWI and evading Comal County Chief Deputy Wayne The chase begun after the man drove through the gate at Potters Creek He drove through stop ping doing about 30 miles per When a deputy followed him and tried to make the man refused to When the deputy was back in his the man rammed the vehi cle with his bus He purposely just started up and rammed our deputy sheriffs car about 6 feet across the Then he took off and he See Page 2A Men jailed on charges of beating Three New Braunfels men remain in the Comal County jail today after they allegedly robbed a Mexican national and attempted to commit capital Joe Tristan 2579 San Antonio David 280 Faust and Edward 1505 Lorcli all remain in See Page 2A Guten Tag America Wurstfest Association Omas and Opas and their families gathered early Saturday morning to be recorded wishing America good The greeting will be aired on ABCs Good Morning America on the opening day of at The taped greeting also includes a happy birthday wish for the morning show which is cele brating its 10th anniversary this Photo by Deryl Clark   

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