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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 3, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas rf THURSDAY Getthe Safest in youth sports in todays Sports Hay R5 COUNTDOWNi 415 HAYS March 21 1848 March 21 1995 Braunfels 10 Pages in one section Thursday Feb Serving Comal County tor more than 142 years Home of DANE DANIELS Vol 142 No 60 INSIDE 2 4 Sports Business 10 Stammtisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The NewBrawtfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to Dane Daniels April Rheinlaender TlnaPartida Ed Morris Jatvls HOty David Mueller Mildred Borchers Robert Cole Mary Httjhes CeUa Verdln Happy Dorothy Jimmy Rheinlaender Northcliffe sets Meet the Candidate night The Northcliffe Community Homeowners Association is pre senting an opportunity for voters to meet and hear candidates run ning in the March 10 primary election The Meet the Candidate night will be Thursday Feb 10 at 7 at the Northcliffe Country Club Both Democrat and Republican candidates for county and state offices have been invited to speak in a timed forum A spaghetti buffet dinner will be available prior to the event To get there drive eight miles south of New Braunfels on 135 and turn into the fountained entry of North cliffe Joanne Wells at or 8202159 Brent Holcomb to speak at DRT seminar District Vin of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas invite you to a Genealogical Seminar on Feb 12 1994 at the Terrace 200 Academy in Austin The hours will be from 8 ajn until with a noon lun cheon The speaker is Mr Brent Holcomb the noted South Carolina Genealogical expert His subjects will be Probate and land records as well as the Dutch Fork of South Carolina He has been a certi fied genealogist since 1983 and lec since 1986 He is author and coauthor of over eighty titles on the Carolinas Many of his books will be for sale during the seminar Other vendors will be present with books archival supplies and other items Preregistrations includes luncheon must be made before Feb 4 Registration forms are available from Sharon Hardih at 512 452 4238 or Carolyn Marble at 409 5422645 or a member of a local chapter of DRT The proceeds will be donated to the French Legation Museum in Austin Hummel Museum dinner slated The Hummel Museum Volun teer Recognition Dinner will be held Monday Feb 7 at at the China Kitchen Spouses are welcome Attendees can order a la carte and pay as they go RSVP no later than 12 Feb 5 to Ursula at 6255636 or Ernestine at 6293955 Stammtisch and mtmbtrtoftht Ctrman community community to gathtr and tharttht Wi invlu you The vvinnincj numbers Lotto TtXM 41022 fllmlslwi Jaakoat Ptek3 380 I NBFD calls increased during 1993 By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer Statistics released from the New Btaunfeis Fire Department show a slight increase in the number of calls firefighters and paramedics answered in 1993 According to statistics calls were report ed in 1993 compared to in 1992 Despite the overall increase some individual categories showed decreases in 1993 The number of calls for fires in dwellings decreased from 47 in 1992 to 35 in 1993 This represents at percent decrease Business fires numbered 18 in 1993 the same as in 1992 Fire prevention helps keep total calls down r f WA vciiio uwwil In addition 58 grass fires were reported in 1993 This number is also flic same as those grass fires reported in 1992 We have been very said Assistant Fire Chief Elroy Friesenhahn have kept fire calls down as much as possible Fire pre vention activities were probably a direct cause of v 7 i Categories showing increases were aisbtt which was up from 230 to 233 rescue which was up from 393 to 438 and refuse fires which were up from 15 to 18 Fire calls in the city increased from 867 to 879 Calls in Comal County increased from 143 to 197 Guadalupe County calls were down from 37 to 30 and Hays County calls were up from one to two The number of illegal burns increased from 31 to 42 a percent jump Friesenhahn said he believes the number of illegal burns may have increased last year because people are reporting them more People are starting to learn that it is illegal to burn in the he said Friesenhahn said the statistics are used to help the department determine what its priorities are we have It tells uswhere we mlghtbe needing employees for he 1 It helps us decide where we need to concen trate our manpower and slid Friesen hahn t Catholic School Week From staff reports into the department is determined by area resi dents A lot of it has to do with John Q Citizen and how fire conscious is he If they dont take and usd the information we give them we are just beating the bushes Ninety percent of this is dependent on John Q said gives Gallamore death sentence A Comal County jury sentenced Sam Gallamore to death for the 1992 murder of three members of Kerrville family The sentence was reached Thursday morning after fiveandahalf hours ofdeliberations I am satisfied the jury did what one of the most brutal murders I Gallamprei 22 was convicted Tues day of the murder of an elderly couple Clayton and Juliana Kenney aid Mis daughter Adrienne Arnot 44 The thnse were killed in their Ken County home March Juliana Kenney who was confined to a wheelchair was beaten with cedar post and stabbed The two oth er victims were also beaten and stabbed Prosecutors said Gallamorc and his alleged partner James Stiener stole items from the home to pay fat drugs Stiener will stand trial for capital murder April 7 in Georgetown Students at Sts Peter and Paul Catholic School helped mark Catholic School Week In New Braunfels at a Big Sister Picnic yester day at the schools gym From left Stephanie Vandervorste Samantha HersMZBitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Nichols Sandra Nichols Moore and Drtna Chlaf ullo had fun during Sts Peter and Paul Catholic School marks Catholic School Week By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Writer Sts Peter and Paul celebrated Catholic Schools week with a big sister picnic Wednes day and some of the preparations were quite elab orate Some of the students brought for their said Principal Norraa Miller And some brought champagne glasses complete with olives floating in apple juice I hope They were also asked to bring some sort of entertainment for their younger brothers and sisters because thought the bad weather might keep us indoors Some of the boys brought very noisy toys and the Barbie dolls came out of The event helps foster an attitude of responsibility and caring fbr each other among the students and was part of the schools week long celebra tion of a national Catholic Schools Week celebration There are a total of catholic schools with million students in the US Enrollments increased by in the 199293 academic year According to the National Catholic Education we for Association Catholic School students nationwide score substantially higher than public school stu dents on reading mathematics and science tests sponsored by the U S Department of Education In the past decade enrollment in Catholic pre school classes has increased by 300 percent and enrollment in kindergarten classes has increased by 21 percent The Sts Peter and Paul celebration will contin ue through Friday this week Thursday students stow at and at they will be challenged by a mlndjoggera com petition suitable to their grade levels On Friday the celebration will conclude with the traditional class carnival booths in the gym New Braunfels man indicted on sexual assault 1 Y 1 f f youthsto stand trial for August By JENNIFER ROMPa Staff Writer Two Sao Antonio teens who WWD allegedly involved In a carjacking in v NcwBraunfcls willbefkdijgttlilui federal court in San Antooior Oalvan 17 were arrested in August f canyon Lake man indicted on involuntary manslaughter charges in connection with July accident Bv JENNIFER ROMPEL By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer UbaJJewM indicted on charges of Ronald Sigmon 28 of San Anto burglary of a vehicle wpfamotervehicle ftortod use of 8Wtor vehicle New Braunfels reside wSSpZjffiofScS Oomes was indicted 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