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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 5, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 1 0 Herald Zeitin Friday 1993 Serving Comal CountyA Home of Katherlne Gay 56 Dally 50 Sunday 75 cents Latebreaking news Hahn named manager of T Bar M Sue general manager of the Holiday Inn in New has been named general manager of The T Bar M Tennis Villas and Conference Hahn will replace current general manager Dee Erwin who has served T Bar M in a tem porary capacity for one year while the search for a permenant manager was I came here last January on an interim basis while they looked for a new Erwin Erwin has been with the company for 13 ann years and will be returning to the corporate ofices in Dallas when Hahn takes over as manager Police Rape suspect identified By GARY CARROLL The suspect in the January rape of a New Braunfels woman has been identified by the victim and an arrest warrant in the case is being police officials said The which occurred 27 in a med ical office on the east side of the was reported to law enforcement officials earlier this Detectives Mike Osborne and Basel Boa tright of the New Braunfels Police Depart ment said the suspect is a repeat offender and has been spotted out of He has been positively identified by the Osborne He has also been identified in on Although his presence in Missouri has not been Osborne said the vehicle the suspect allegedly stole from San Antonio was reported seen and the suspects method of operation has been linked to a recent rape and robbery in Ostxrne said the man has a history of crim inal most of which occurred in the Oklahoma City Hes wanted on charges ranging anywhere from aggravated kidnapping and kidnapping all the way from to to Osborne Osborne is in the process of obtaining an arrest warrant for the I should have a warrant within the next couple of Osborne but once I do get if s basically put your warrant in the computer and take a Even if the suspect is Osborne said the chances that he would be returned to New Braunfels are because he is by authorities in several other cities ancf the Federal Bureau of Court security approved By ROSE MARIE EASH HeraldZattung Commissioners Court approved a sheriff departments plan for courthouse security in court ac tion Weve only gone out on inspec tion on one said Sher iff Jack It went off very We did not find any weapons of any The people were extremely Everyone understood the need for courthouse violence brought the issue to a head and the sheriff was charged with developing and managing a secu rity plan to insure the safety of personnel and citizens in the cour thouse The plan is based on unan nounced spot inspections with metal During the spot all but one entrance to the buildings will be closed and metal detectors will be used to scan each person entering the Special arrangements have been made for the the procedure will be as nonintrusive as possible with minimal Those enter ing the buildings during the inspections will be searched for weapons via metal Permanent notices will be placed at major entrances to advise the public that firearms are not allowed on the premises and that they may be subject to a weapons In other the commis sioners Urged the county attorney to file condemnation action on the one remaining parcel of property required for the Specht Crossing Bridge County Attorney Nathan Rheinlander assured the court that the filing probably would be done by noon that Adopted corrections to the proposed WORD legislation as passed in their 21 Authorized bids for a fiber glass boat for the sheriffs depart ment to use on Canyon Funds were available from the sale of a seized boat which was deemed too big for the purposes The boat was Bold for House fire New Braunfels and Geronimo firefighters fight a house fire one mile south of Clear Springs on High way 46 early Friday Units from New including one one tanker and an EMS unit responded at and arrived on the scene to find the house completely engulfed in The house was almost completely There were no and the cause of the fire is not yet Photo by John City leaders discuss March lottery drawing By MANUEL ALVEAR HeraldZettung A Texas Lottery official met today with city representatives to discuss holding a drawing in New Braunfels on March Jim Scheele Convention and Visitors Bureau said Laura representative from the State Comptrollers will be coming to the city to meet with city officials and rep resentatives of area including hotel and media They approached and any time we can showcase the were happy Scheele Were happy to have the oppor Scheele said the meeting would be to discuss details about the drawing including recommenda tions for a site and a theme for the The meeting will give the rep resentatives an opportunity to provide input into the presenta tion of New Braunfels during the he Those attending the meeting will also discuss events which will take place during and after the According to the draw ing will be held either in the New Braunfels or Gruene historical After the representa tives will tour potential drawing including The Faust Wurstfest Gruene Man sion and Grist and Clear Springs Restau Man indicted in October injury of child By GARY CARROLL HeraMZeKung The Comal County Grand Jury Wednesday indicted Wilson Ray Mims for murder and injury to a According to grand jury on or about October Mims allegedly beat to death 20 monthold Jessica Mims is being held in the Comal County and his bond has been set at Also indicted were Abel Driving while repeat bond amount Roger Dee repeat bond amount Victoriano aggra vated possession of a controlled bond amount Daniel Campos pos session of a controlled substance bond amount Fabian David bur glary of a vehicle bond amount Mike burglary of a bond amount Renee burglary of a bond amount Arthur Louis burglary of a bond amount Community reaches out to family after death of mother By MANUEL ALVEAR HeraldZaKung New Braunfels residents and businesses continued gathering their resources to help a local family care for 11 children left alone after a the death of their mother in a week end higway Rosita Maria of New Braunfels died Sunday morning in an acci dent on Interstate 10 in Since the 11 of Hernan dezs twelve ranging from 10 months to 16 have been staying with her Mary Urrutia of New Her oldest Michael is stay ing with other According to Hernandezs Francisco one of the biggest problems is finding space for everyone in his mothers onebathroom We have to give up some With a lot of we need to make he Its kind of like squeezing them Hernandez said that since the groups have come forward with donations of food and clothing to help care for the The children staying with Urrutia are 10 months 2 Eliza 3 12 5 6 9 11 Juan 14 15 and who is moving to New Braunfels to help care for the is moving into the house with his wife and two With 13 children in the he said he hopes to build additional including a new According to Irma attendance lia son for the New Braunfels Independent School local businesses have been offering to donate furniture and other mate rials to help with the She said that building materials were still needed to help prepare the house for the new extended She also said that a special fund to help SM 2A Index Stammtisch 3A WATER Best wishes The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung sends Birthday wishes to Kyle Jef fery Bill Dorothy Joy Katherine Tina Saturday Birthday greetings go to Emily Belated Birthday greetings go to Ken Watson Lane closing Comal County Road Department will be reconstructing two drainage structures along Watson Lane This project is scheduled to begin 8 and be com pleted in approximately four Dur ing the construction of these drainage structures Watson Lane will be intermit tently Traffic will be detoured to Kolenburg Lane and York Creek For more information call Democrat meeting Canyon Lake Democrat bymonthly meeting begins at 3 at Starks For more call 210 League of Women Voters All 18 years of age or are invited to attend the organizational meeting of the League of Women Voters for the Comal County area at 7 at Victoria Bank and 1000 The league is a nonpartisan political organization which encourages the informed and active par ticipation of citizens in government and influences public policy through educa tion and Evelyn pres ident of the Texas League of Women Vot will offer help in organization and For more information call Dar lene Hicks at Bylaw changes The New Braunfels Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary 2999 will have the sec ond reading of the new bylaws changes on Some of the bylaws changes effect the secretary ritual team and delegate Members input into these changes is They effect all
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