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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 17, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Check out Roxolin tfArounjd Town column on 1K Taking aim Senior citizens line up for concealed handgun classes See Page Bl for more details Unicorns advance The NBHS boys soccer team blanks Hays 30 See Page 6A Inside Sports Stammtisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends birthday wishes to Jason Oliver Kevin Brinkkoeter Kelly Brinkkoeter Ricky Maldonado 18 Mario Villarreal Brianne Michelle Sanchez Hortencia Carrillo Herb Eberhard Alice Williams Noel Lovett Pamela Sue Timmermann 34 Lauren Hernandez 2 years and Amber Strainer Happy anniversary to Bill and Sandy Kolthoff Valerie and Clifford Boehme 8 years and Barbara and Edwin Preiss Good morning Lotto Texas Saturday nights winning numbers Est million jackpot rTEXRS7l LOTTERV ADHD support group meets Monday and Adults with Attention Deficit bis order a support group for per sons concerned with ADHD meets on the 3rd Monday of each month at Oakwood Bap tist Church on Loop 337 The next meeting is March at 7 All interested persons are invited Call Karen Owens at 6292033 for more informa tion Seniors can have input at services hearing The Comal County Senior Cit izens Foundation will hold a public hearing to receive oral or written comments by interested persons on the effectiveness the direction of present and future social services which directly impact them The public hearing will be held on Tuesday March 19 1996 starting at 11 at the Comal County Senior Citizen Center 655 Landa Street New Braunfels Texas 78131 Area Agency on Aging staff of the Alamo Area Council of Govern ments will be available to dis cuss services for the elderly 30 minutes prior to the hearing and will answer questions before and after the meeting Rummage sale for Conservation Society next Saturday The New Braunfels Conser vation Society will host a Rum mage Sale from 9 to 3 on Saturday March 23 at 521 W San Antonio For more information call Barney Canion at 6258766 Cancer support group celebrating oneyear anniversary The Dialogue Comal County Cancer Support group will celebrate its oneyear anniversary March 28 The group meets the fourth Thursday of each month from to 8 at the north build ing next to Victoria Bank at 1000 Walnut The group is for cancer sur vivors their families and signifi cant others It is sponsored by the American Cancer Society New Braunfels 410 M01A 86 SOWtfST MICROPUBLISHINO 2627 E YANDELL DR SUNDAY EL PASO TX 79903 HeraUzeming 56 pages in four sections Sunday March Serving Comal County and the sgrounding area Home of HERB EBERHARD Deaths ruled double Vol 144 No 90 By MELANIE GERIK Staff Writer The sheriffs department Friday ruled the deaths of a Comal County mother father and son a dou ble based on preliminary autop sy and investigation results There is absolutely no doubt in our minds that Stanley Lindsey shot said Lt Sum ner Bowen We couldnt be any more The body of Stanley Lindsey 43 was found after his truck ran off Smithson Valley Road and crashed into a cluster of trees Preliminary autopsy reports indicate that he died from a contact gunshot wound to the left side of his head immediately before the accident Deputies believe that Lindsey shot himself with a 9 mm gun which has not tyeen recov ered Bowen said Lindsey had talked b friends a few weeks ago about purchasing a 9 mm gun He added he believes someone may have seen and picked up the gun but is afraid to turn it in for fear of implication in the crime The physical search for the gun ended Friday Bowen said the sheriffs departmert used man power speciallytrained dogs and motal detectors to search for the weapon at the seem of the acci dent which was about two miles away from the Lindseys house where the bodies 43 and Sheldon 18 were found Sheldon Lindsey was shot and killed in the master bedroom of the white brick house on the corner of Antler Pass and Circle Oak in the sub There is absolutely no doubt in our mind that Stanley Lindsey shot him Lt Sumner Bowen Comal County Sheriffs Office division of Oak Cliff North about three miles eastofBulverde Pennye then was shot and killed in the breakfast nook near the kitchen and may have been trying to call for help Bowen said The phone was off the hook but the sheriffs department has no records of 911 calls from the residence on Tues day night or Wednesday morning An antique 38caliber revolver was found under a bridge on Farm Road 311 along with Pennye Lindseys jewelry box and a silhouette charm engraved with Sheldons name and date of birth Both Pennye and Sheldon Lindsey died from 38caliber gunshot wounds The sheriffs department did not have any motive for the murders and suicide and will con tinue to investigate the incidents to eliminate oth er possibilities We have a lot of loose ends to tie said Sheriff Jack Bremer Bowen said Stanley Lindsey a welder in a San Antonio car maintenance shop worked long hours and was under a lot of stress at work Cedar fever makes comeback in area By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer Those who thought their troubles with Mountain Cedar pollen were over are a surprise Despite the fact that tlie air should have been cleared of it weeks ago cedar pollen is still affect ing many Dr Frank Hampel office pro vides daily pollen readings for the New Braunfels area and has recorded the presence of cedar pollen weeks after the season was to end Hampel said the mountain cedar season typically ends around the second week of February Despite the fact that it is already midMarch he said the pollen is still in the air and it is not just in trace amounts either Weve had readings of about 700 parts per cubic meter of air at times which is a large he said Hampel said it is unusual to still have cedar pollen in the air He said he does not know for sure why it is still measurable but believes the weather may have something to do with it Hampel said the trees are not pollinat ing any longer but there has not been a substantial rain to wash the pollen away Furthermore what is still on the trees is being stirred up by the winds I think we just need a good rain so what little is left will be wiped saict Mariipet I think we just need a good Dr Frank Hampel Jr The extension of the cedar pollen season has been even harder on suf ferers because of other allergens in the air said Hampel Other trees are now entering their season We dont have much of a break normally because we have so little said Hampel This isnt going to give much of one at Since this is the first time he has seen the season be prolonged he said it is hard to say when it may end He also added it depends on how sensi tive you are because even trace amounts effect some people However in the meantime Ham pel said people should just keep using the medications that work best for them including antihistamines and decongestants NVFD fired up about building repair plans By ROGER CROTEAU City Editor In the aftermath of the fire that did about to their firehouse members of the Northcliffe Volunteer Fire Department are hoping to not just repair the damage but to double the size of the building Were thinking this might be the time to add on to the said Chief David Slatter Wed like to add a meeting room kitchen a real office and good Slatter said the department does not have any estimates for the cost of the project yet The firehouse was built in 1982 Last Sunday morning in the first structure fire the department has responded to in four years the build ing caught fire Members believe chil dren playing behind the building set a small wooden storage bin the depart ment uses to store aluminum cans on fire The fire spread to the building itself A reward is being offered It created one of the largest adren aline rushes Ive had so Slatter said I was on the golf course and everyone said Hey isnt that your and 1 started said department member Christine Dicks Slatter said when he joined the department five years ago the depart ment was in debt In five years that debt has been eliminated and both fire trucks were replaced so it is not unfeasible for the depart ment to expect to be able to pay for an expansion The department receives a year from the county and holds some fundraisers But the bulk of its mon ey comes from residents of North cliffe and Scenic Hills the gated retirement community the depart ment serves We ask for a year from each household In Scenic Hills we get about 90 percent participation In Northcliffe we get about 20 percent Slatter said We think having a nice meeting room would provide an important service to the he said Itory of students heroics to air on CBS tl A 14 yearold New Braunfels Mid e School student will be getting n itional recognition this week for his e Torts to help a choking student Clay Coleman was eating lunch in e school cafeteria in January when a fitllow student began to choke Cole man who had learned the Heimlich Maneuver in the Boy Scouts ran around the table to perform the proce dure and saved the boys life Ann Leyh a neighbor of Colemans wrote a letter to the CBS This Mom ing Program nominating him for Hero of the Day In her letter she said he was a hero in every sense of the In these troubled times what a comfort to know there are teens like Clay around who are not afraid to act when someone is in trouble Thank you Clay for your quickthinking and caring she wrote CBS will honor Coleman as Hero of Day on CBS This The show will air Tuesday March 19 The show is on weekdays at 7 on Channel 5 In addition to the national recogni tion on television Coleman is also being considered for a Life Saving Award from the Boy Scouts of Amer ica for his actions Coleman is the son of Mr and Mrs Carroll C Coleman of New Braun fels Antique Show and Sale Arlene Weaver and Judy Cude inspect an antique ring Saturday during the 46th SemiAnnual Antique Show and Sale at the Civic Center The event continues today from noon to 5 Admission is Funding ideas suggested to renovate LCRA 4A
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