New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 8, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Herald-Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas
Thursday, August 8, 1991
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South Texas forecasts
TODAY-FRIDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms through Friday. Highs Friday in the 90s. Lows tonight in the 70s except near 80 immediate coast.
S ATURDA Y-MOND A Y: Hill Country and South Central Texas, partly cloudy and hot with scattered, mainly afternoon and evening, showers and thunderstorms. Lows in the 70s. Highs in the 90s. Texas Coastal Bend, partly cloudy and hot with scattered daytime showers and thunderstorms on Saturday. Lows from near 80 beaches to 70s inland. Highs from near 90 beaches to the 90s inland. Lower Texas Rio Grande Valley and plains, partly cloudy and hot with scattered daytime showers or thunderstorms on Saturday. Lows from 80s beaches to 70s inland. Highs from near 90 beaches to near IOO inland. Southeast Texas and the upper Texas coast, partly cloudy with scattered afternoon and evening showers and thunder
storms Saturday. Lows from near 80 beaches to 70s inland. Highs from near 90 beaches to 90s inland.
Cooler temperatures are in store for the Panhandle and South Plains tonight and Friday, but the rest of the state will continued hot temperatures and scattered showers and thunderstorms.
It will be partly cloudy over northern and western sections of the state and partly to mostly cloudy over South Texas.
Lows tonight will be mostly in the 60s in West Texas, ranging from the 50s in the mountains to the 70s in the Big Bend area of Southwest Texas, and in the 70s over the rest of the state.
Highs Friday will be mostly in the 90s in West Texas, ranging from the 80s in the mountains, Panhandle and South Plains to near 103 in the Big Bend and in the 90s over the rest of the state.
More property recovered in burglary investigation
By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer
More property has been recovered and investigation is continuing into a suspect arrested Tuesday and charged with two counts of burglary of a motor vehicle in New Braunfels, Ll. Felix Roque of the New Braunfels Police Department said.
“At this time we are working to connect the recovered property to the suspect,” Roque said. “We are also investigating the possibility that he may have been involved in other burglaries.”
A. Mauro Martinez, AKA Reynaldo Bustamcnte Reary, 24, of San Antonio remains in the Comal County Jail in lieu of posting two $10,000 bonds for burglary of a motor vehicle, as set by Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace R.O. “Doc” Blanchard.
The suspect also faces warrants from Bexar County of driving with license suspended, evading arrest, possession of a controlled substance, marijuana and burglary of a motor vehicle, as well as two Travis County warrants for burglary of a habitation, officials said.
He was arrested in the Summer-wood area and charged with two counts of burglary of a motor vehicle after being apprehended by a DPS Trooper following a multiple-agency chase. The chase began when a Schlit* terbahn Waterpark security guard spotted the suspect allegedly in the act of breaking into a car, police said.
A Bulverde woman remains in the Comal County Jail in lieu of bond on charges of assault with a deadly weapon and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Chief Deputy Elwood Hoherz of the Comal County Sheriff s
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when the aquifer level drops below 630 feet above mean sea level, as measured at the Edwards Underground Water District’s Bexar County index well. The level currently stands at about 644 feet, but has been dropping steadily the past few weeks.
Police department officers have been directed to stop when they notice water violations, City Secretary Veronica Sarkozi said. Violators are guil-
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Debra Sue Tureene, 21, was arrested by Deputy Bill Boles on Aug. 6 in connection with an incident where she allegedly got into a conflict with the manager of a flea market on U.S. 281, north of Texas 46, Hoherz said.
Bonds were set at $5,000 on the assault charge and $10,000 on the unauthorized use charge by Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace R.G. “Doc" Blanchard.
A Houston woman was arrested on charges of resisting arrest on Aug. 3 on River Road, Hoherz said.
“Her car was parked in a tow-away zone by the first crossing and she allegedly refused to move it and became uncooperative when the officer asked her to,” Hoherz said. Deputy John Matthews arrested the woman, Hoherz said.
Rhoda Strong, 25, of Houston was released from the Comal County Jail after posting a $500 cash bond, officials said.
Seriffs deputies recovered two runaway juveniles who escaped from Operation Springboard, a youth detention center, at Canyon Lake on Aug. 5, Hoherz said.
The two 14-year-old girls who escaped at 10:15 p.m. were picked up just after midnight, Hoherz said.
In another case, a burglary of a motor vehicle was reported Aug. 4 on the 300 block of Rustler St. in the Canyon Lake Forest subdivision near Canyon Lake, Hoherz said.
Miscellaneous items valued at $85 were stolen from the 1987 Oldsmobile, he said.
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benefits of land usage.
“It’s a win-win situation,” Bernard said.
The first step in the three-step process used by the group involves identification of what species is close to extinction. Next, is finding creative ways to protect the habitat. Sometimes this involves buying the land or helping an owner who may already be taking good care of the land. Another option is buying the land and transferring it to the state or federal parks system.
The third step involves managing the land, which the group is already doing for 29,000 acres in Texas.
“Plants and animals need to be protected because they provide medicinal resources, agricultural and industrial resources and a heritage for our descendants,” Bernard said.
As examples, Bernard cited treatments for leukemia from a plant found growing only on the island of Madagascar, native Texas grapevines used to rejuvenate European vinyards and the need for wild seeds to be occasionally breeded into cultivated strains to provide genetic strength.
“We are using our resources at a very rapid rate," she said.
The group has targeted the Texas Hill Country as part of their “Last Great Places" conservation program.
The group feels that “the Texas Hill Country encompasses an important aquifer and many streams; conservation efforts are aimed at preserving water quality for the growing human population as well as for wildlife."
Their Texas Hill Country bioreserve program is a regional project that focuses on the biosphere surviv-
ing into the future. The Nature Conservancy attempts to forge partnerships with community organizations for creative ways of environmental preservation without impacting economic growth. Bernard said.
“Texas is one of the most diverse states in the country in natural resources,” she said. “Our methods of protection are based on sound science.” The Nature Conservancy is a nonprofit group and is one of the fastest-growing environmental groups in the nation, she said.
An annual membership fee of $25 entitles one to a newsletter, a magazine, field trips and volunteer opportunities, Bernard said.
Persons desiring more information on the Texas Nature Conservancy, based in San Antonio, should call (512)-224-8774.
Douglas Matthew Sanders
Services for Douglas Matthew Sanders, 17, of New Braunfels are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home. He died Wednesday at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Antonio.
Services for Manuel Morales, 77, of New Braunfels are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home. He died Thursday al McKenna Memorial Hospital.
Services for Ezra Welch are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home. He died Thursday at McKenna Memorial Hospital.
Evelyn M. Delbeccaro
Evelyn M. Delbcccaro, 78, of New Braunfels and formerly of Seguin died Aug. 6,1991, in San Antonio.
The body was cremated and interred at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery.
Survivors include a sister, Ruth Blume of LaGuna Hills, Calif.; sister-in-law, Geneviave McGowan of Chicago, IIL; nephew, Terrance McGowan of Chicago, 111. and two brothers-in-law, Dr. Mario Delbeccaro of Tacoma, Wash, and Dr. Edward Delbeccaro of Chicago, 111.
Arrangements are with Goetz Funeral Home in Seguin.
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will be Thursday, Aug. 15 from I -6 p.m. at the lodge located at 463 N. Union St. In order to register, students must be members of Hermann Sons and in good standing. Students must be between the ages of 3 and 18. Registration fee per student is $10. For more information call Denise Bird at 625-3093 or Marti Matthews at 625-2977.
A date has been set to proceed with the flag retirement ceremony sponsored by the American Legion Post #35 and Auxiliary. The public is invited to observe the ritual slated to begin at 8 p.m. in Camp Comal Park located at the end of Kuehler Ave. on Friday, Aug. 16. The post is continuing to accept unserviceable flags until ceremony time. For more information call Leon Helmke at 629-1252.
The Comal County Health Department announces its schedule for immunizing children and adults prior to the beginning of school. Through Aug. 22, all walk-in immunization clinics will be at the Knight’s of Columbus Hall across from the main entrance to
Landa Park. The clinics will be held each Tuesday and Thursday from 9-11 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. Tuesday clinics will be for all ages. Thursday clinics are reserved for individuals at least four years of age. For more information call 620-5595.
Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary will sponsor a rummage sale Saturday, Aug. IO at Startz’s Cafe in Suut-zville at 9 a.m. Donations of all kinds needed. Call Wanda Skinner at 512/899-2712.
New Braunfels Service League is accepting letters of application from local charities and organizations to receive a donation from the proceeds of the league’s third annual fall fundraiser. Letters should tell the organization’s purpose, budget structure and any special needs. This information will help the financial committee in its selection. Address letters to Chairman Lynette Chapman, Financial Committee, New Braunfels Service League, P.O. Box 311532, New Braunfels, Texas 78131-1532. Letters may be sent through Aug. 31,1991.
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“A lot of people just aren’t aware, so the police give them a chance," she said.
Officers are urged to relay conservation information and warnings to residents in a positive manner. Because most warned residents have cooperated, few if any citations have been issued, Orohman said.
“We’re not in this to write citations. We’re in it to conserve water,” he said.
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