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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 23, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas f r SPORTS PAY IWew Braunfefs mates early exit in Unicorn soccer tourney Page COUNTDOWN 426 DAYS in downtown New 21 1646 MttthftMMft INSIDE 2A Taxes Irr 16 SUNDAY Stammtisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Brawtfets Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to Terry Burto Joe VUtarreal Mon Jared Moore 13 Ryan Werley AmyHarborth Elvira Cordova Glyn Gofft Rubin Montanez 21 Sybil Tupa Steven Mary Kolmeier Julia Kresta Melissa Frederiksen Dor thy Brown Cathrine Green Nina Koehler Pauline Lay JimSpug gs Carl Thurmart Lillian Elliott Arnold Heikkita Helen Koepp Mon CarlNewsome Leo Postell Dean Adams Charles Motz Bill Rush Beatrice Soechting San Antonio St to be closed today San Antonio St will be closed to through traffic between Acade my Avenue and Castell Avenue starting today until 10 the Monday morning Closing times are to be repeated for three consecutive days Detour route via West Mill Street Stores and parking will be accessible as normal Senior Citizens to host dance today The Comal County Senior Citi zens Center will have a dance on Sunday Jan 23 from 3 to 6 Gruenes Crossing will be the band playing the western and requested music Included will be some music for line dancers also Come join the fun The Snack Bar will be open BYOB Sts Peter Paul Catholic School set for special week Sts Peter Paul Catholic School will celebrate National Catholic Schools Week starting Monday Jan 24 with a week long schedule of events including a prayer for peace balloon release a school quilt project a big broth sister picnic a talent show and a carnival For more information contact the school at 6253233 Community Chorale concert set Feb 6 The New Braunfels Community Chorale will have a concert Sun day Feb 6 at 3 at the New Braunlbls Presbyterian Church Tickets will be available at Chi naNThings in Landa Plaza Stomrotisch The New Braunfels Herald Zcltung invites its readers to sub mit items to Stammtisch According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German community Stammtisch represents a sitting place for members of the commit nity to gather and share the days happenings We invite you to share with Happy Birthday New Braunfels Republican Worrier marks 30 years of existence as thdy prepare to host GOP gubernatorial candidate George W Bush 3A 75 CENTS Herald 40 Pages In three sections Sunday Jan Serving Coma County for more than 142 years Home of JARED MOORE I Vol 142 No 49 District Judge grants Mangum more time By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer HeraldZeitung file photo Steven Mangum shown when he was arrested on Aug 28 by New Braunfels Police will have a new court date set soon The trial of Steven Wayne Mangum 49 of New Braun fels was delayed this week after a district court judge granted the defense attorneys request for a continuance in the case A new date for the trial has not been set at this time Mangum is accused of shooting and killing Linda Brown 50 also of New Braunfels The shooting allegedly occurred at Aug 28 at the Das Port Haus townhouses in New Braunfels Reports show both she and Mangum were living in the same house The case was investigated by officers from the New Braunfels Police Department According to reports Brown had been shot in the head by a bolt action rifle She was taken to Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio She died on Aug 31 Mangum was arrested at the scene by NBPD officers He is still being held in the Comal County Jail Bond has been set at According to past reports Mangum claimed to be clean ing his rifle when the shooting occurred Mangum was indicted by the Comal County Grand Jury on Oct 6 Brown was the widow of former Comal Independent School District Superintendent Bill Brown Prosecutor on the case is Comal County District Attorney Bill Reimer The defense attorney is Ronald Zipp Block grant pubHchearing on tap Monday By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer A public hearing wiU beheld during the regular Coun xiljneeting Monday night to receive recommendations from the Commu nity Development Advisory Commit tee regarding the allocation of 1994 Community Development Block Grant funds The city council will meet at Monday in the New Braunfels Municipal Building Members of the advisory committee will be at the meeting to answer ques tions from the city council members The yearly allocation of the funds has been raised from to The fonds must be used for projects which benefit areas of the city with lowincome residents A separate discussion and action will be held during the meeting to allow the council to vote on the com mittees recommendations The coun cils proposed uses of funding will be published in the newspaper and will be posted A second public hearing will be held Feb 14 before the council votes on the final funding allocations In addition to Mondays meeting the council will also hold workshops for the Fiscal Year 1994 1995 bud get The budget sessions will be held beginning at Jan 25 and Jan 26 at the New Braunfels Munic ipal Building In other business the council will also consider whether or not to approve a resolution allowing for con demnation proceedings to begin for the acquisition of an easement of air space at the New Braunfels Municipal Airport The resolution stipulates that the condemnation proceedings can only begin if the easement cannot be acquired through negotiations Negotiations concerning the air space are currently being conducted The air space is owned by the Marvin Westmeyer family Sheriffs mi ce seeking photo by JOHN HUSETH Airborne Unicorn New Braunffk guard jMtt goes airborne for first period lay up Clement Friday NBHS won 70W moving the Unlcorru Into playoff contention Set ttory Page 11A Authorities holding eight warrants on suspect for aggravated sexual assault indecency with a child By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer The Comal County Sheriffs Office is following up on eight warrants for the arrest of a man who is believed to have sexually assaulted his girlfriends two daughters The two children ages 8 and were taken into custody by Child Pro tective Services caseworkers on Sept The children were living with their mother and her boyfriend at a resi dence near Canyon Lake There had been an ongoing inves tigation by the sheriffs office inves tigating the charges of sexual abuse of the girls by the said Bill Faulkner juvenile officer for the Comal County Sheriffs Office Faulkner said a warrant was issued for the mother of the two girls on charges of endangering a child The mother was arrested at 3 Jan 20 The charges were classified as a dass A misdemeanor Bond was set at The suspect has paid the bond and been released Eight felony warrants have been issued on the boyfriend SU warrants are for aggravated sex ual assault and two are for indecency with a child We are still looking for the man His name will not be released until he is said Faulkner First juror selected Friday to McDuff trial The first juror was chosen Friday for the cap The trial is being held in Seguin after d district From Staff As of Friday afternoon 11 jurors had been selected for the capital murder trial of Sam Gal lamore 22 of Kerrville They started list Thursday and there wen 103 prospective jurors left after sajd Margaret Herbrich District Clerk As is usual in a capital murder trial the jurore aw being were called for the case interviewed one at a time and thatstaking about AcwrcUng to Herbrich 275 protective jurors Gallarnore is standing trial for allegedly kiUing publicity in the Austin area three family members in their Kerr County home on March 20 1992 A district court judge in Km County grgntcd Court to the district court in New BnunfeU dur ing i pretrial hearing Jan 6 Judge Karl Prohlc of the 198th District Court will hw the caw which will triedbyKerr Coun ty District Attorney proflccutors Looking for a bargain See the HeraldZeitung Classifieds
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