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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 27, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                a Policy decision should off set insurance hike AUSTIN AP State Board of Insurance approved increasing property insurance but Chairman Paul Wrotenbery said the boards decision to allow insurance companies more latitude in writing less expertsiv e policies will offset the See Page 9 A Top three VB teams widen gap in 284A The top three teams in the District 284A volleyball race all pulled away from the pack Tuesday Canyon made it five straight by edging Boerne while New Braunfels walloped Alamo Tivy kept pace with NB by downing Smithson See Page 11A M009 101 W SOWEST MICROPUBLISHING 2627 E YANDELL DP IllKbl Sunday for the PI TX 79903 estem fcLj AH entrants must be dressed in western attire and will be judged on attire and appearance See Page 1B New Braunfels LULL 228 Wednesday 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS Zeituno S 377880 5126259144 AJ Two Sec September 1989 25 Cents Two 22 Pages Mayor wants Miller announces bid for By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer New Braunfels Mayor Doug Mtiller announced today he will run for the Comal County Commissioner Pre cinct 2 position on the Republican ticket in My decision to announce ejiirly is prompted in a response to those people who have asked me whether I plan to seek reelection to the Council and also as a courtesy to those supporters who have asked me to seek election as county Miller said in an interview at tiieHeraldZeitung this was elected to City Council in 1987 and is serving a second term as He is an active mem ber of many civic organizations suid is a key player in efforts to protect the Edwards Aquifer and the preser vation of area I think issues coming up are the Edwards Aquif he I dont believe that Commissioners Court has taken as active a role in the protection of our water supply and especially in Precinct 2 which is totally dependent upon that water The Precinct 2 position is currently held by Neil Craigmile of Garden who is president of Witting and Miller Insur ance is a former police officer and said he plans to lend expertise in law enfo rcement and fire pro tection needs for the county if elec He said he also plans to take experience he gained from City Council to the Sioe Page 2A newjob county position Douglas Miller Police arrest pair for store robberies Convenience store clerks were unharmed Tuesday night after being robbed at gunpoint by two males who are suspects in two robberies occur ring in Guadalupe County last Michael and Kenneth both of San were arrested around 9 in con nection with the robberies of two stores SacNPac on FM 725 and the Pit Stop at the intersection of Wal nut Avenue and Interstate Bond has not be set for the two men at Both were charged with aggravated New Braunfels police officers were notified of the incident and later spot ted a car matching the description of the getaway police spokesman Martin Mayer When officers attempted to stop the it ran from police in a highspeed Mayer The 1989 red Chevrolet Camera eventually was wrecked near Comal Avenue and Hampe he Police then chased the men on The with dealer license plate is registered to Mayer We still cant find the gun used in the he All of the Criminal Investigation Division detectives were called to investigate the I was at the SacnPac robbery See Page 2A Suspect linked to 2nd burglary restaurant confirm building plans A drivein crash burglary at a local business in August has been linked by fingerprints to a San Antonio who was arrested last week after lead ing officers on a highspeed chase through New Mark remains in the Comal County jail today in lieu of a He is charged with two counts of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and one count of burg lary of a The case of the Mazda RX7 crash ing into The Hunting 1630 81 on 11 has been linked to Holtzclaw through finger said New Braunfels Police Department Detective Paul Nothing was taken in the burglary of The Hunting but the vehicle See Page 2A Form a line and get ready New Braunfels Lubys Cafeterias is planning to build a cafeteria here soon while Shoneys Restaurants has filed plans with the city also open The cafeteria will be a reality in about a year if all goes as according to Lubys Looking at the schedule right bids will not go out until January said Vice President of Market ing Bud Schrader of the San Antonio It will take approximately seven months to finish the he The which will be slight ly smaller than other Lubys Cafeter will be located beside the new K mart shopping center on Interstate he We will have the same variety and accommodations and services that we have at all of our he The cafeteria will seat between 260 to 270 Its a fullservice Lubys Cafeteria that we are all familiar Schrad er We hire locally and were looking forward to being in New He said approximately 55 people will be hired to operate the Schrader said Lubys has received many requests from the New Braun fels community for a j We feel that New Braunfels has gotten to the point that it will be able to support a he Our success is predicated on a lot of busi We have to serve a lot of people every and two meals a day and seven days a He said Lubys hopes to draw from the local summer and winter Interstate 35 transient San Seguin and Uni versal Its not a real tight market but weve got a pretty broad market to draw he He said Lubys places strong emphasis on community involvement including its drug education Unlike a lot of when we come to a community we plan to See Page 2A Local man files suit against GM The weather is perfect for head ing out to the Comal County Fair Under sunny the high will reach 85 The low will be 55 degrees There will be a few clouds in the sky tomorrow but rain is not included in the The high will be around 85 with the low near Inside DEAR TV A New Braunfels man claims he is a quadriplegic today because an auto mobile made by General Motors was defectively Lawyers for Thomas Heimer filed a lawsuit against General Motors last week in District Court seek ing million in damages after he broke his neck in an accident involv ing the 1984 Chevrolet Corvette he was The accident occurred when the Corvette hit a bump on Klein Heimer The sus pension system could not absorb the shock of the and he was thrown upward into the roof of the car where a hidden roll bar built into the car broke his Heimer said most cars do not have the hidden roll Heimer had owned the car about two years when the accident The 15year New Braunfels resi dent is being represented by Clay See Page 2A Judge sentences Usry to five years A New Braunfels man will serve five years in the Texas Department of Corrections for indecency with a a Comal County judge decided Oren was sentenced to five years in TDC by District Court Judge Robert Pfeuf fer for indecen cy with a The charge stems from an incident involving two 10yearold boys in Landa New Braunfels police were notified the two boys were missing aid later found them in the presence of According to Usry asked the two boys to remove their bathing but police reports indicate appa rently nothing District Attorney Bill Reimer said Wednesday Usry flashed the According to Usry entered iiAto a plea bargain in 1988 but failed no appear for disposition in March In exchange for dropping the See Page 2A Utilities trustees to consider lawsuit New Braunfels Utilities board of trustees will consider its involvement in the lawsuit filed by the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority seeking adju dication of the Edwards The trustees will consider its response to lawsuit during Thursdays regular board meeting at 201 MjHD PUflMl The filed in Hays County District Court and later moved to I District Court in seeks a declaratory judgment naming the E dwards Aquifer an underground riv therefore making it subject to reg ulation by the Texas Waier Commis According to unregu lated pumping depletes the flow of the Ownal and San Marcos springs which pr ovide a habitat for endangered spe Fair royalty f The 1989 Comal County Fair Queen and her Court were selected in competition Sunday night and will be Introduced to crowds at the 96th annual Comal County Fair tonight during Night in Old New Out oftown along with members of the audience selected the Queen and her Court based on personality and personal Queen Shannon Duchess Stephanie Koh and Princess Michelle all students at Canyon High will represent the Comal County Fair throughout the weekend and all year long during parades and outoftown Photo by KarlaWenzeJ New Braunfels Childrens Museums new Where in the World has been so well received that more volunteers are needed to help the museum will offer a volunteer training 2 from 7 to at the The 20 to 25 more volunteers will work between two and four hours a For more call the museum at New Braunfels Conservation Society will meet Thursday at at Forke Sandy Sansing of New Braunfels will discuss the Confederate Air Sans ing has flown many combat mis sions and is highly Sansing recently flew into Offutt Air Force Base and had his pic ture with a restored World War II P39 Airacobra in the Omaha World Sansing flies the P39 around the country for the Confederate Air which owns this and many other World War II the cut line saw duty during the war in the Pacific and North Afri ca It started the war as a then was assigned to pro vide ground Several thou sand of the aircraft were shipped during the war to the Soviet which used them against the The P39 flown by Sansing bears Soviet markings and was used during the war as a trainer in the United the article It was retired to serve as a display model in The Confederate Air Force restored the plane hi the early Sansing flew for the Air Force in World War the Korean and the Vietnam Thanks to Richard who sent a copy of the newspaper photograph to Playgrounds Factory of Schertz will donate off on the purchase of a treehouse play SM 2A   

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