New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 11, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 11, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 11, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday BEST AVAILABLE COPYAugust 11, 1991 rn fit\D Braunfels 1&5-1995> 75 CentsServing NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY I Home of Ben McCullom Four Section, 56 PagesStammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung wishes “happy birthday” today to Barbara Houde, Frances Marquis, William Botchers, Stefa-nie Taylor, Amanda Hufft, Gene Pruess and Allen Strickland. “Happy birthday” Monday to Rita Kaufman, Starlynn Thompson, Inez Garcez, Gloria Cantu, Clara Garica and Jorge Garica. Belated best wishes to James Voges and Jaime Cantu. “Happy anniversary” today to Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Nowotny, Bobby and Kathy Pantermuehl, Gladys and Raymond Bacse, Terry and Sam Burto and Virginia and Tommy Ortiz. Know of a birthday or anniversary? Give our receptionist a call the day before at 625-9144 — we’d like to share in the greetings. Orchid Society The Hill Country Orchid Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Senior Citizens Center, 142 Comal Ave. Mr. Pat Cave of Xanadu Orchids in San Antonio will discuss the cultivation of Vanda-ccous orchids. Interested persons arc invited to attend. Volunteer training The Fall 1991 Hospice New Braunfels volunteer training classes will begin Sept. 9 and end Oct. 21. Classes are scheduled for every Monday afternoon from I to 4:30 p.m. with one Saturday session. Hospice New Braunfels is a licensed, non-profit organization which provides medical, social, emotional and practical support to families coping wtih terminal illness. Hospice care is provided in the home to residents of Comal County and western Guadalupe County. For more information call volunteer coordinator Christina Smith at 625-7500. Rummage sale New Braunfels' Historic Museums Association is collecting items for an Aug. 22 rummage sale to benefit its members — Sophien-burg Museum and Archives, Conservation Society (operators of Conservation Plaza) and Heritage Society (Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture). Donations are bring accepted at Conservation Plaza each Saturday morning or pickup can be arranged by calling Dennis Heiikamp at 625-7541 or Pam Brandt at 629-0004 Nutrition lecture A free nutrition lecture on “getting a grip on snack*" will be offered in McKenna Memorial Hospital *s first floor conference room from 5:30 to 6:30 p m Mon day. The class is taught by registered, licensed dietitians Belinda Basan and Donna Dodgem For more information call the hospital at 625-91 ll, Texas Tsch alumni AII Texas Tech alumni, student* and entering freshmen are invited lo attend a hamburger cookout and swim today at the Wursifcst grounds. Swim and soc ml 4:306 pin., dinner and announcements at 6 pin. Adults $5, children under 12, $2.50. For reservations or more information call Peggy Morns 625 9638. Band booatera New Braunfels High School I Band boosters will mixt in the hand hall at 7:30 p m Tuesday. All parents are invited f reshmen 8m STAMM HACH, Page t jumper drowns By MARK WARNKEN Staff Writer A 21-year-old Lake Dallas man drowned Saturday afternoon after jumping from the cliffs overlooking the Guadalupe River across from the Preiss Heights subdivision. The man, a student in Austin whose name the Comal County Sheriffs Department could not release pending notification of relatives, died around 3 p.m. after hitting the water face down horizontally in his third jump from the cliffs, said Sgt. David Ott of the Sheriff’s Department. Emergency personnel and divers from Seguin recovered the body about 5:45 after a search lasting several hours. The body was discovered under the 40- to 50-foot cliff in a 60-foot-deep spot in the river just upstream and across the river from Preiss Heights Park off Ervendburg Avenue. The man jumped despite signs warning against such activity, Ott said. The man’s girlfriend, suffering from shock, was transported to McKenna Memorial Hospital by ambulance. One of the between seven and IO friends on the river with the man said bubbles surfaced after he hit the water and disappeared. With the divers who located the drowning victim m the background, rescue personnel bring the body of a Lake Dallas man to the bank of the Guada lupe River near Preiss Heights Saturday. (Photo by Annelies Schlickenrieder) Voters make sobering decisions Chafin, Hermes win NBISD seats Alcohol hours change rejected By MARK WARNKEN SU ft WH tar Leo Chafin and Arlon Hermes topped the field of five candidates running for two at-large New Braunfels Independent School District trustee seats in Saturday’s e lea ion District I voters cast 133 ballots for unopposed incumbent Aguinaldo "Nayo" Zamora Chafin received 946 votes, and incumbent Hermes garnered 826 votes. Incumbent Bob Self fell short in his bid for re-election, finishing third with 728 votes. Felix Roque received 694 votes, while Peter C. Olsen received 458 votes. Chafin said the voters responded lo his campaign pledge lo represent the district with "honor, excellence and truthfulness." Chafin thanked friend* and family for supporting him in his election bid, but most of all the voters who expressed confidence in him. "I look forward to working with the rest of the elected board, teachers, administrators, parents and taxpayers, and I hope we can work togeilier in partnership lo provide the best ethic a uonai foundation for the student* id this district." Chafin said. Hermes said he look* forward to the opportunity to continuing lo help guide NBISD. especially considering the major issues ahead, including finally being able to move forward with the budget now that the county education district ejectum is over and the new state funding plan for public education has been declared cornfitu* i uma! ut court Hermes said voters liked his experience, educational background and business experience "Bob Self deserves special recognition for his dedicated service to the district.” Hermes said Self could not be reached for Corunna late Saturday Good Day A slight chance fur rain, parucu lady to the north and cast, is her aided by partly cloudy eta aimara for the next few days. Highs in the aud 90s and overnight tows ut the mid 70s are furecatt For weather details, please see Page 2A Inside; •ACK TO SCHOOL. — I! 20 BUSINESS ............... I BA CLASSIFIED________S-lfB COBIiCS .......-    AM,    KF    ISC CROSSWORD _—........ 1A DEAR ABBY •«»»SB ENTERTAINMENT.  SO horoscope ~-----— KALEIDOSCOPE... —MSB OPINIONS ^........... RECORDS ..............—SA SPORTS___________IS-1 AA TV US TRIOS.................I    SO WEATHER--------- 2A 2 Kmart theft suspects remain in county jail Main Street director chosen "She’s a super person, alai she'll do extremely well as Main Street Piojeel director," Goldsmith said. Her duties will include promoting downtown economic development and historical preservation through coordinating promotions, identifying potential retail local ions, assisting ut the sale of downtown real estate and working with architects on building improvements. The Main Street ftoject, started more than two years ago by the city, is aimed at revitalizing the downtown business disuict and increasing taxable properly value there. Church, one of seven finalist* for the $23,000 a year job. was recommended by a six member selection co "unu it ce of downtown business representatives after a two month internal and external search process, Goldsmith said. By MARK WARNKEN Ste!! Writer Penelope Church was hired Friday as the new Main Sued Project director for the city of New Btauidels. Church, 30, an Austin native, is scheduled to start her duties here on Sept. 3. She will attend uanting sessions at the Texas Main Street Center in Austin rn Sep leather and March. Church will receive an English degree this mouth from the University of Texas in Austin, said April Goldsmith, the city's special project* director Church worked her way through school as a legal Mxietary, spending the last three year* with the MU lining, lochfiilge A Kilgore law Hun in Austin She has excellent communication* and public relauuns skills, Cokismiih said Paul /asale, 27, is charged with theft over $200, under $750 and a par ole violation, official* said Pablo Salinas, 19, is charged with tliell ova $200, under $750, official* said. Salinas bunded oui, according lo jail off* tab Bund was set at $500 on each of the theft charge* by Municipal Court Judge David Pa kin* The trio was arrested in Urn vasal City less than an hour alia the anne ut New Braunfels By BOBEN! STEWART a cst! ar liter Two of three San Antonio men remain in the Comal County Jarl un theft charges rn canna.lion with Fit day’l theft of video game caindgct from the Kmart store un Inn*stale 35 ut New Bi aludels, md Ll Ray Duo glas of the New Braunfels Brise Department Gilbert Cal v ii lo, ZU, is charged with theft over $200. under $750, and an outstanding assault warrant hum Bexar County, jail official* said ;

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