New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 4, 1995

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 04, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 4, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas TUESDAY Canyons Vestal takes third at state powerlifting meet Page 5 50 CENTS The Plaza bandstand 10 pages In one section Tuesday April New Braunfels Herald N YANIiELL HP yX 79903 Serving Comal County for more than 143 years Home of RHETT HUBERTUS Vol 143 No 102 Inside Sports Stammtisch Birthday wishes from the HaraldZeltung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends birthday wishes Hubcrtim 16 Elvla Orduna 16 Happy bslat birthday to Rosa Isela Tores April and hap py 03rd anniversary to Bill and Mary Mabry Good afternoon Todays weather Mostly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms high 67 low 60 Womens center thanks helpers still needs items Staff and Board Members of the Comal County Womens Center would like to thank and recognize United Way Friedens United Church of Christ the Watering Hole Saloon St Johns Episcopal Church Phi Delta Gamma the New Braunfels Newcomers Club and Bulverde Baptist Church for monetary donations since January Community financial support such as that provided by these groups enables the center to continue to provide shelter and other services to victims of family vio lence and sexual assault Such generosity is greatly appreci ated The center is currently in need of usable lunch boxes for children OTC medications for children and adults laundry detergent bleach house cleaning supplies tinfoil and plastic wrap detergent for the dishwasher and detergent for handwashing dishes We also need white copier paper Comal County Aggie Muster coming The 1995 Aggie Muster will be held Friday April 21 at the New Braunfels Knights of Columbus Hall Fellowship will begin at with dinner starting at Guest speaker for Muster will Mr Donald Powell 56 director of business services for Texas University and coauthor of The Fightin Texas Aggie Band a com prehensive history of the Aggie Band from 1894 to the present Reservations can be made by calling 6200704 Reservation deadline is Tues day April 18 Cost including dinner is for adults and for children age 11 and under Barbershop sound The South Texas Sound Bar bershop Chorus would like to announce its annual show 21st Annual Cavalcade of Barbershop in Seguin at Jackson Auditorium on the Texas Lutheran College campus on Saturday April 29 7 Advance tickets are and are available at Comal Flower Shop the Chamber of Commerce 625 Henne Hardware 625 or through any member of the South Texas Sound Cho rus This newspaper is print ed on recycled newspfin Kids and guns Quiet weekend marred by two shootings involving teenagers Two juveniles shot at Landa Park Sunday another youth arrested By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer Two juveniles were treated and released from McKenna Memorial Hospital after a shooting incident in Landa Park at about Sunday evening said New Braunfels Police officials A third juvenile was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon Both victims and the youth being held in the shooting are from New Braunfels I dont think it was gang related just a bunch of the officer in charge said The officer said that while the altercation that led to the shooting was personal the youths may be gang members The two were talking with the third youth in a pickup truck near the Frcd ericksburg Road exit from the park police said Harsh words were exchanged and the argument escalat ed to where the youth in the truck pulled out a small pistol and shot the other two police said A bullet also hit a nearby vehicle on the passenger side The park was still full of visitors near the end of a beautiful spring day A childrens playground is only a short distance from where the shooting occurred The youth who allegedly fired the shots is being detained and will be sent to a juvenile facility Police suspect gang member involved in Katy St shooting By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff One man is injured nnd n New Braunfels juvenile is in custody after a shooting Sunday night at 1208 Katy a New Braunfels Police official said The shooting was of a personal nature not gang turf related police said It was not a driveby shooting but a determined pointed act they said However police believe the youth involved in this shooting and the ones in Landa Park Sunday evening are gang members the officer said Police were called to Alonzo Sema Katy residence at about Sunday A car had dropped the youth off near the house Serna and One shot passed through Serna but he narrowly escaped serious the juvenile exchanged words Serna partly opened the screen door to his house and stepped partly onto the front porch police said The juve nile fired several shots from across the street using a large caliber pistol Police reports state One shot passed through Serna but he narrowly escaped serious injury He was taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital and released yesterday police said Sernas uncle and a friend were with Serna in the house and they were not injured The youth fled the scene in a light colored vehicle that was waitirignear by police said Police picked up a teenage suspect yesterday and he is now in custody He has been charged with aggravated assault with a dead ly weapon He will remain in a juvenile deten tion facility until the case is adjudi cated police said This shooting may have been in retaliation for the earlier Stinday shooting in Landa Park police said But that possibility as well as both cases are still under investigation police said San Antonio College offers more courses in New Braunfels By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer San Antonio College keeps expanding its course offerings in New Braunfels Access to SAC admin istration is getting easier also Ray Lewis of SAC will have office hours here in New Braunfels starting today he said His office will be in the National Guard Armory Building and Lewis can be found there Tuesdays from 4 Registration for summer classes will be on two days May 16 and May 30 at the National Guard Armory Summer classes are from June 5 to July 27 Phone registration is an option for students already enrolled in SAC classes starting April 5 For infor mation on phone registration call 18009447575 Those wanting to start taking classes from SAC in New Braunfels need to take a college entrance exam Lewis said Prospective students can take the exams at Lewis National Guard Armory office on Tuesdays at 5 starting April 4 Beginning students should have counseling and course place ment testing done early Lewis said The exams are free Lewis said but you must call for an appointment The number to call for the college entrance test appointment or for other infor mation about SAC classes in New Braunfels is 1 8009447575 ext 2020 Christopher Williams is loaded into a San Antonio Iie was involved in a car accident Friday night in Clear Springs He later died from injuries suf tered in the wreck Man still critical after 135 wreck victim of Clear Springs crash dies HeraldZeiiung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Mulch for the taking Hundreds of truckloads of New Braunfels yard waste go in a giant mulcher at Cypress Bend Park City trucks picked up the green waste after March storms blew branches down in may New Braunfels yards The result is a huge supply of nutrient rich mulch that New Braunfels resi dents are free to pick up and use Mayor Paul Fraser said By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer Robert Ryan McNeil of New Braunfels is still in critical condition in Brooke Army Medical Center after Thursday nights wreck that left three others dead McNeil was a pas senger in a Mazda driven by Kory Hudgins when it crossed the median of 1H35 near Ruckle Road Hudgins car struck the Honda driven by Gracie Villarreal spinning it around It was then struck by a 18vvheel tractor trailer driven by Danny Fish of Oklahoma Hudgins Vil larreal and Margarita Espinoza all of New Braunfels were killed Fish was not injured An autopsy has been performed on Hud gins said New Braunfels Police Lieutenant John E Wommack Tests for alcohol and drugs are being performed but have not yet been completed he said Memorials to Gracie Villarrcal wife of New Braunfels Police Detective Sergeant John Villarreal may be given to Eden Home Memorials to Margarita Espinoza may be given to Hospice New Braunfels In a separate incident Christopher Williams of Seguin is dead following a Friday night accident near Clear Springs on Highway 46 Williams was driving north and turned left in front of a utility truck driven by Alfred Boeck Williams was taken by AirLife to BAMC He died Saturday night at about Boeck County may tighten up septic tank rules By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Future residents of Comal County or anyone wanting to plat a lot outside city limits will have to meet new requirements should updated regu lations by the county gain approval from the Texas Natural Resources Conservation Com mission The county is considering stricter requirements regarding platting for the spacing between septic tanks and water wells Currently water wells must have a radius of 150 feet from any septic tank That will not change The county would require developers or anyone wanting to plat a lot show a plan for this spacing ensuring that this distance is maintained The effect although not to officially increase Developments in unincorporated areas would face new standards the oneacre minimum lot size will almost assuredly create need for a larger lot when a water system is not available People had been asking Commissioners Court to increase the minimum lot size from an acre up to something County Engineer Tom Hornseth said Although the county has no authority to regu late where a well is drilled they can regulate spacing around septic tanks through subdivision requirements Were asking that planning be done at platting he said developer or subdivider will show that measures are in This prevents neighbors from putting septic tanks near the property lines within the 150foot radius of a neighbors well If a homeowner should want to revise the plats however that is something that would need to be considered when looking at the final plat Most of the homes in Comal County outside city water supplies still get water from wells and rely on septic tanks Until these areas of the county receive more water systems the regula tions will have an affect especially on new sub divisions Also the lack of a controlling authority such as an underground water conservation district to regulate underground water delays any further control except those of the limited county orders Environmental Health Officer Monica Wal lace said people often drill wells anywhere on their land forcing their neighbor to move a sep tic tank out of the 150foot zone She said the intent is to require future developers to plan for these zones so that no overlapping occurs If approved by the TNRCC these new platting requirements will be debated at a public hearing in the following weeks before coming to Com missioners Court for final approval Call 6259144 for information about 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