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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 14, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                THURSDAY 50 CENTS The Mergele House 708 W Mill 12 pages In one section Thursday March New Braunfels Herald 410 M016 SOWEST MICROPUBLISH1NO 2627 E YANDELL OR 186 I PASO TX 79905 ULJ Serving Comal County and surrounding areas for more than 144 years Home of BRANDON MUND Vol 144 No 88 Inside Market Stammtisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends birthday wishes Mund Edward Draven Cruz one Cle burne Caddell 60 Bernardino Sanchez 71 Gabrie L Aleman five Christi Perez Travis Ryals eight Jesus Ruiz and Joan E Neuman 89 years Happy anniversary to Dennis and Sheri Williams and Dennis and Cherry Templeton Pollen Count Mold available Ash Pollen measured In parts per cubic meter of air Readings taken yesterday Information provided by Dr Frank River Information Comal River 242 cubic feet per sec ond up 4 from yesterday Edwards Aquifer Panther Canyon Well feet above sea level down 01 American Gl Forum meets The American Gl Forum will hold its monthly meeting March 14 at 7 at the American Legion Post 179 hall on Coll Street NARFE to meet National Association of Retired Federal Employees meet at March 15 at the Senior Citizen Center Pro gram will be presented by Kyra Brandt on her trip to the Rose Bowl parade in Pasade na to help decorate the floats Visitors welcome Refresh ments will be served Lake Dunlap Property Owners meeting The Lake Dunlap Property Owners Association annual general membership meeting and election of officers will be held at Riverbend Park at 7 Friday March 15 Class of 43 to meet Class of 1943 New Braun fels High School to meet at Ryans Steakhouse March 16 at for lunch For information call Rudy Schrey er at 6255352 Cookie Blitz The New Braunfels Girl Scouts will have a Cookie Blitz this Saturday March 16 from 8 to 6 They will sell the cookies for one day only in the HEB parking lot at the cor ner of Walnut and Highway 81 Dont miss out on the very last chance to purchase cook ies in 1996 For information call Karen McDonald at 6259548 or Sherryl Gerke at 6207275 Homemaking and Art Fair tomorrow The 1996 Comal County Homemaking and Art Fair will be held at the Comal County Fairgrounds March 15 Open to the public at noon Baked goods canned goods crafts and photography available for sale from Auction of grand champion and reserve winners at 6 The winning numbers Lotto Texas Est million jackpot UTTEHV HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNAUL Deputies found Stanley Lindsey dead in his wrecked truck yesterday morning When they went to notify his family they found his wife and son shot to death They later discovered Mr Lindsey had also been shot Triple murder rocks county By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer A fatal truck rollover in Smithson Valley turned into a puzzling triple murder yesterday The Comal County Sheriffs department is looking for clues in the deaths of Stanley Lindsey and Pennye Lindsey both 43 and son Sheldon Lindsey 18 Sheriffs deputies got a report of losse live stock at about 8 yesterday morning Deputy Bob Tinnin dealt with the livestock call then a citizen stopped him and said a truck rolled over off Smithson Valley Road about three miles south of Smithson Valley High School Tinnin found a small purple truck heading south on Smithson Valley Road had gone EUWD discusses pumping limits By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer Mandatory reductions for primary users of the Edwards Aquifer were declared almost two weeks ago and officials with the Edwards Under ground Water District may soon be facing the question of when it should return to voluntary conservation The board of directors for the Edwards Under ground Water District received an update of the Demand Management Plan DMP at their meet ing on Tuesday Mike Albach the districts Divi sion Manager for Planning and Environmental Management said Stage I of the DMP which calls for 10 percent voluntary reductions was declared on Feb 12 1996 Two weeks later Stage II which is 15 percent mandatory reduc tions was declared Albach said district staff will now start determining if primary users are in compliance Well begin to compare their targets which are determined using their baselines to their actual usage and determine said Albach It sounds easier than it However the district may soon have to address the question of whether or not to stay at Stage II Albach said the mandatory reductions at Stage II go into effect when spring flow at Comal Springs drops to 225 cubic feet per second He told the board that as of Monday the 10 day average at the Comal Springs was 225 cfs He said if the flow goes up to 226 the district may have to revert back to Stage I voluntary reductions Were at 225 cfs right now It may go above that or it may go below said Albach I dont know that our guidelines are flexible in that In other business steps are being taken to see what can be done to protect endangered species if spring flow levels fall below the take level Bexar County Chair Carol Patterson said the Fish and Wildlife Service has a contingency plan which would call for catching as many fish as possible and taking them to a refuge Patterson said the Special Committee on Endangered Species wants to look at what else can be done The board approved allowing the committee members and district staff to work with the Low er Colorado River Authority and New Braun fels Utilities to look at the well situation at Comal including well history and loca tion It is possible a well could pump water into Landa Lake if spring flows drop too low This is to look and see if theres anything that can be save the fish they wont be able to catch to protect the larger gene said Patterson The key well being looked at will be dne owned by LCRA according to Patterson off the road through a fence and rolled over in a grove of trees a witness said The truck came to rest upside down about 100 feet from the road according to the witness Stanley Lindsey wasnt in the truck but was found dead at the accident scene Lind seys truck was cold when Sheriffs deputies found it indicating that the accident had occurred some time ago according to Texas Department of Public Safety officer Randy Wells Lindsey worked for Union Pacific Rail road Wells said When Wells and DPS Sergeant John Ritter officials went to the Lindsey residence on Angle Pass to notify the next of kin they found the bodies of Penny Lindsey and her son Sheldon both shot once in the head Sheriffs investigators investigated the acci dent scene while detectives went to the funer al home where Mr Lindsey was taken Dur ing their preliminary investigation they found that Stanley Lindsey had apparanly also been shot in the head It was unclear at that time whether he had died of injuries from the crash or from the bullet wound according to Sheriff s reports The three bodies were taken to the Travis County Coroner where autopsies were to be performed this morning according to the coroners office The Texas Department of Public Safety Crime Laboratory and the Texas Rangers will be assisting the Comal County Sheriffs Department in the investigation Sixteen kindergarten students and teaeher murdered in Scotland DUNBLANE Scotland AP The sweet smiles of 28 youngsters posing for their first school picture shone out across newspaper frontpages today The effect was more heartwrenching than any report on the evening news that 16 of them had been slain This small town in Scotland was grieving today for the 16 kindergarten students and their teacher gunned down by a local man who burst into their school gym and shot them to death before killing himself Wednesdays shooting was the worst in modern British history Twelve other children were wounded in the massacre sev eral badly including a 5yearold boy who was shot three times Only one student in the room was not shot There were little bodies in piles dotted around the room and items of childrens clothing like around the said the first ambulance man to reach Dunblane Primary School The strange was the virtual silence that we encoun tered as we walked in Children were just sitting there in total shock with bullet wounds to their limbs and bodies unable to cry out or John McEwen was quoted as telling The Sun newspaper Residents of this closeknit bucolic town at the edge of the Scottish Highlands placed flowers cards teddy bears and other toys on the sidewalk outside the school where frightened parents had waited Wednesday to find out if their children were among the dead A doctor treating the wounded at Stirling Royal Infirmary learned that one of her own children was among the dead said Dr Jack Beattie He declined to identify the woman Police said disgruntled former youth worker Thomas Hamil ton walked through the schools front entrance just after armed with four handguns He headed through the din ing room past the assembly hall and into the gym There he opened fire and killed 11 girls and five boys all aged 5 and 6 and their teacher Gwenne Mayor 45 The ambulance man said Mayor looked as though she had been trying to shield the children from the bullets She was directly in front of a group of children who were all beyond McEwen said who called the scene a medieval vision of Easy Rider1 bike the big attraction at auction this weekend By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer Harley Davidson more than a bike it has become an American cultural icon And the most valuable Harley in the world will be auctioned here in New Braunfels this weekend as Kruse International brings another Collector Car Auction and Show to Wursthalle March 16 and 17 The chopper is the actual Captain America Harley from the movie Easy Its the only surviving of two bikes used by Peter Fon da and Dennis Hopper in the film said Bruce Knox vice president of Dan Kruse Classic Car Productions of San Antonio Dan Haggerty Grizzly Adams built the bike Knox said Thats actually how he got his start in the movie Hagger ty will be on hand for the auction he said The movie and the bike itself reflected a whole generational Knox said Highrolling buyers worldwide have already shown interest in the cycle We spoke to Plan et Knox said The Elvis Presley Museum several casinos and large Harley Deal erships may be among the bidders Weve had calls from all over the country as well as Knox said Another famous motorcycle Jover Jay Leno will likely be This Harley Davidson ridden by Peter Fonda in the film Easy Rider1 will be on the auction block at Wursthalle this weekend an absentee bidder The Easy Rider Harley is only one of sev eral famous vehicles collector Gary Graham will bring to next weeks auction Bidders can vie for Evel Knievels 1970 Harley XR750 used to make a worldbreaking jump Knievels personal car a 1974 Stutz Bearcat originally owned by Prince Charles will also go to the highest bidder as well as his 1971 custom designed Datsun 240 Evel Eagle show car The auction will also showcase a whole range of cars and motorcycles for every taste and bud get a 1929 Ford Model A Cabriolet 1941 Harley Davidson 1956 Chevy Bel Air con vertible 1959 Corvette and 1965 Cobra Road ster are a few A few elite car fanatics have sunk staggering amounts of money into their collections Knox said Probably the biggest collection right now belongs to Las Vegas casino owner Ralph he said He has 600 to 800 cars in his collection and a number of them are worth a million dollars or Not all of the cars at this weekends auction are priced for the rich and famous Knox said Many can be bought for less money than most new cars The cars will be auctioned in random order not by type or value so patrons will see extraordinary cars at whatever time of day they choose to come he said Hollywood memorabilia will be on display and for sale as well as classic vehicles Bidders and fans can see rifles and a gold Omega watch belonging to Elvis Presley Evel Knievels jump suit and helmet and Xrays sho broken bones and pins from Knievels crashes Gates open at 9 Saturday and Sunday with the auction beginning at 10 General admission for one day is for adults for children and free for children under five years Bidder registration costs and includes a weekend pass and seating For information call Bruce Knox at 210 6979668 Shows help Laubach decide to pursue ranching education By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer Some young people participate in livestock shows because they like the competition or the idea of winning A Smithson Valley High School student participates because of his love for ani mals Jason Laubach is a senior at Smithson Valley High School and is in his fourth year as a par ticipant in livestock shows He will be showing two pigs at this weekends Comal County He said he participates because of the enjoyment he gets out of it He said his experience showing pigs has also reinforced the fact that he wants to attend col lege to learn more about ranch and feed lot oper ations Half of any money he earns from the shows goes into an account for his college edu cation 1 enjoy it It doesnt matter if I win or not although 1 like to because I basically just like doing said Laubach As I started showing 1 just wanted to learn about ranches and feed lots all the However enjoyment is not the only thing Laubach is getting out of his involvement in live stock shows He said he has learned a lot and he and his family have even started to raise them Complete Comal County Junior Livestock Show schedule See Page 2 Basically I know everything there is to know about a he said That includes how it is feeling Laubach said pigs are like humans and each one has a dis tinct personality He said some will be gentle hyper etc He said he has learned to tell when a pig is sick by knowing the pigs personality and watching it to see hows hes If hes not being himself hes said Laubach Like when you have a hyper pig that just wants to lay Laubach said he has been to about six shows this year and has done pretty well at them He said he believes a big part of this success comes from the exercise he gives his animals Regardless of what makes the pigs successful Laubach said he is ready for this weekends show He is also confident that his pigs will do well I expect to do pretty he said I should iat least make the The Comal County Junior Livestock Show is being held at the county fairgrounds March 1316 The sale will begin at 1 on Saturday HeraldZoitunq photo by MICHAEL DARNAU Jason Laubach says nello to one of his pigs which hell be showing today Plan for a safe and clean Comal River needs action now See Opinion Page 4   

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