Tuesday, September 5, 1989

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 5, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Bush to unveil program to battle drugs in WASHINGTON AP President issuing an antidrug battle tonight will urge a crackdown on drug users and ask Americans to join a billion war on narcotics whose funding source he has yet to See Page 3 More military aid on its way to Colombia Colombia AP More military aid was on its way today to bolster the government in its fight against drug which have battled back with bombings and are blamed for a bloody attack at MedeHins See Page 4 4 70 SO Young Unicorn team full of potential Mor Q A consecutive tnPs to me state finals M9 in WICRQpfjgj 95 his years players Tv 7r Seepage New Braunfels 212 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS Zeituno 5 377880 5126259144 4r Tuesday September 1989 25 Cents One 10 Pages Judge kicks off reelection bid with questions By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer County CourtAtLaw Judge Ronald is preparing for his reelection campaign and one of his first campaign issues is expected to center around why County Judge Fred Clark requested the courtatlaw judges salary be raised for I did not ask for that Pri chard Were it to happen I would give it back to the During this years budget process iPrichard said he requested a 6 percent costofliving raise for his position bringingthe salary to Clark Good day Temperatures are expected to break another record today the high reaching 100 But there is a chance for isolated and thundershowers late this afternoon and into the The overnight low 74 It will slightly cdoler on with an increasing chancefor The high will 95 degrees and the low will be 75 Inside DEAR TV Stammtisch Because Of necessary connec tions to the new Mesquite water line by New Braunfels the following Ideation will be out of water for aproximately three hours beginning at 9 on Gardenia between Mes quite and Suman Circle including Sumac Residents in this area should take necessary steps to allow for New Braunfels UtiliT ties would Hke to apologize for the For more contact Wesley Hamff at An American Red Cross volun teer orientation will be held 9 at 9 at the hospital class room on Garza Street across from McKenna Memorial Hospitals main Anyone interested in becoming a Red Cross volun teer may call Lola Behrens at or Jim Allen at 6253260 for more or leave your name and phone num ber at the hospital volunteer Comal County Genealogy Socie ty will meet Tuesday at in the secondfloor meeting room at First Federal Savings and Loan Association building on Main Speaker will be Clyde Booth of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home and the topic will be Old cemeteries in Comal The society plans to publish a book in December listing all the old private cemeteries in Comal County and the names of the peo ple buried If you know of any old the society would appreciate hearing about Societys address is Box New Texas The TriCouwy Chapter of the Refrigeration Service Engineers Society will offer three courses 2 recommended the salary be raised to Commissioners Court selected Prichards I he intends to run for my Prichard said I wastold this by reliablesources in the who cant discuss his politi cal future because of state said he was attempting to bring the county salary closer to that of district judges since the duties are I knew there be political See Page 2 Weekend business Divers find lake victim The body of a San Antonio man was recovered late Saturday night from Canyon Lake by a Divine four man night diving The man reportedly drowned Friday The diver stated the team was not looking for however discov ered him in waters approximately 27feet deep below the waters sur said Comal County sheriffs Detective Richard who was on the scene when the body was Byron Michael was sail ing with two other men when he left ihe boat and began swimming toward the dam and then drowned in about 45foot authorities Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace Howard Curly Smith ordered an autopsy on Hopes His body was sent to Travis County Medical The team knew there was possibly a body near the but continued to practice for Alvarez The dive team practices at the Canyon Lake dam because its deep See Page 2 Five arrested during party ByMARGARETEDMONSON Staff Writer The Labor Day weekend was not as as some river outfitters might have to Donna secretary of the Guadalupe It was a lot better than wethought it would Krueger said Mosteverybodywas happy and had a good The river outfitters got a Labor Day on Friday when the GuadalupeBlanco River Authority increased from Canyon Dam to 80 cubic feet second an increase of approximately 30 I was just happy to see water out Krueger Krueger said tourists were canoeing and rafting as well as tubing all down the Because a drowning in Seo Page 2 Ray Villarreal of New Braunfels Utilities hoists a traffic light back into position at the intersection of San Antonio Street and Santa Clara The light had been taken down during the recent work on the drainage system in the Photo by Deryl Clark Five New Braunfels residents were arrested Sunday night after a party at a residence on 81 got out of hand and law enforcement officials were hit with beer The party got out of hand party members began to taunt and semi attack the said police spokesman Martin Officers from New Braunfels Police Comal County sheriffs office and the Department of Public Safety responded to the which was attended by approximately 50 people in the 2600 block of Mayer Arrested were Alfred 2628 81 and charged with public resisting and inciting a rioi Ricky 142 Water minor in possession of alcohol Greg Facundo 683 See Page 2 count surpasses estimate By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS An unusually high number of accidents involv ing pedestrians helped the fatality count on Texas roads during the Labor Day weekend past a Texas Department of Public Safety a spokesman By midevening at least 35 people had been killed in DPS spokesman David Wells and eight of those involved Wells said the figure was higher than department statisticians anticipated for the 78hour reporting The agency predicted 34 people would die between 6 Friday and midnight The DPS was expected to release its final total Two freak accidents Monday afternoon pushed the fatality count past the DPS Belinda of San Antonio was not wearing a seat belt when she died in a threecar accident on Interstate 35 near Alvarado early Mon day Wells The driver of the vehicle in which Miner was a passenger fell and the southbound car flipped several times after the driver tried to regain The car crossed the median and struck the rear of anorthbound then rolled over the hood of another Miner was thrown from the and died when the car in which she was travelling rolled over John Christian of Johnson City died Monday afternoon when his own truck rolled over him after he fell getting out of the Wells Casparis was driving on a county road about 10 miles northwest of Dripping Springs in Hayes County when several items fell out of the back of the Casparis stopped on an then fell as he got out of truck to retrieve the The truck rolled back over Christopher of Houston was the vic See Page 2 Playing the Blus 700 acres burned in Central Texas HENLY AP A stubborn fire over 700 acres of ranch land east of Pedernales Falls State Park has been brought under control after a 28hour authorities said At least 80 firefighters from across Central Texas and beyond had to overcome rugged 101degree temperatures and gusty There is not enough not enough water and too Tommy a volunteer with the Blanco Volunteer Fire said Monday at the height of the The fire was brought under control by 8 but firefighters remained on the scene to douse rekindling hot No homes or other buildings were and no one was Some boys playing with cigarettes near a subdivision See Pago 2 Police arrest 2 after chase Two San Antonio men were arrested early today after they reportedly stole a vehicle and attempted to break into Radio located in Courtyard Shopping Joseph and Mario alleged ly threw a brick through the window of the electronics An officer spoiled the vehicle leaving the area that had been suspect in some other things so he pulled in behind the vehicle and it matched the description and it took off and a little chase said police spokes man Martin After the officer stopped the he learned the vehicle was Mayer Commission plans water hearing Smithson Valleys Blu Phillips passes to a Rangerette teammate at last weekends Smjthson Valley opens district play at home against while New Braunfels hosts Boerne and Canyon enjoys an open data against Photo by Deryl Clark Representatives from Texas Water Commission will hear comments on proposed amendments to commission rules concerning the protection of the Edwards Aquifer in a public hearing 28 at 7 in the Humanities and Business Building at the Univer sity of Texas at San According to Mark staff attorney with the legal division of the Texas Water the prop osed amendments do not regard reg ulation of pumpage in the Edwards The rules pertain to water quality in the aquifer and preventing pollu Jordan Some of the amendments will include the northern portion of the aquifer from Hays County to Wil liamson This northern por tion also includes Travis County and the City of Jordan will be present at the public hearing as well as Rob of Edwards Aquifer protection unit of the Water Quality Division of TWC Clyde director of the Water Quality Division and Steve geologist with Persons who have questions con cerning the hearing or who wish to submit written comments prior to the hearing should contanct Mark Staff Legal Texas Water Box Capitol Texas

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