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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 15, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas 13-4A All-District Team announced, See Page 7 New Braunfels iii Tuesday December 1987 25 Cents Vol 134 No 243 707 LandaSt New Braunfels Texas 78130 (USPS 377 880 5i2-625-9144 IP SPC ti -agt ISM ii rn th** (I ate for a Chri-t ma- social and da me at Neph* *w s 362 W Jahn Th* Blat k Merit. ig«' -•x lets Of IX *w Hr. iunfeb and I Oma I < ount V IS -poll-4 .ring the (un and w ill have san Antonio - hot -oui g rouf I bret < iv er lnv ♦* pro vid in* th** music for t be das ne from < p rn TI I r f ti I ii ts t A arn * tickets an* S tor st ut lent - X * f »r s mgle- am! 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Ill) COMICS CROSSWORD DLAR ABBY HOROSCOPE SPORTS T\f LISTINGS MURTHER 8 IO 6 3 4 4 7 1 4 2 k % * IKFVrx:.    ' v'tj Charles Cowan of Laurel Pia:a picks up pecans • nocked *' >rr trees Monday a billboard on u b si by the ijuaaa upe River was biotin over Photos t . De*, C d' High windscause damage in city A powerful old front mused into the area Monday bringing high winds that Knocked <town billboards and tret* limbs and damaged roofs around Sea Hrauntels Severe a,nds Monday caused damage estimated to cie*! several thousands of dollars at the Hadlock and bds Manufacturing Co or. Texas Wk Bret Hu nt* * said this morning the roof of a lumtx-. dor a ce building a as ripped off Monday nigh! He said he ha sn t received an estimate on the expense of the damage but he expet t*> t lo cost -a'sera! thousands of Ocala, v O . t pal. Sea Braunfels Police I apartment -aion officer said th** department ai calls of alarms being -el off by it!..rig a in*Iou - Al-o tie said Officers had reports of tree-- tx*mg bloan into roadways a! Main PU.'a ami un Casten stree! Strong a intis ut Canyon Ham damaged the pump** use.! to pump * atef over the dam during construction of a hydrae ectru plant beneath the dam Outflow from th*- dan. usually at ■ > cubit feet per second dur mg construction ha- dri pped t« T leet per second Guadalupe Blanco River Authority employees are aorking to correct th*- prtg>lem and return outflow - to their pres khas lev el \tw>ut .*• re-* tent- n th. s4r- urea acre a ti .t \il poaer late Monday after that area > distribution cir cult blea .Kit u’ about lo I JU p m Also Sea Braunfels See WINO Page? Two prisoners isolated after possibility of Al DS infection 8 , DA « ID MA r Stall Write* i omai i ounty Jail officials are ups*-', thai tr**ir transporting} officer aas not wartx-d bv ballas ( ounty Jail of I ii t*tls tfiu! tati men extradited here may tie mfts fist aith an ViDs related virus Both men arrested in Dallas Doc i and extradited three days later on out-! antling felony theft a arrant-are tieing kept in separate jail cells here isolated from the general prisoner population Blood test- have f****n performed to verify a nettier the pair has the infectious disease but results of those tests atli nut fie disclosed by jail officials Meanwhile a ballas i ounty Jail spokesman said the men aho admit lei! living together for several vears re" I in ded in Sea ustody there , «-r its whether fhev Hie XI Db v I na* ties believe Dulla-a ere aa are of the ttgierted to inform a asport a lion officer *n he pit ms! up and at one Hr Hrauntels were long enough to acre infected bv I a* al author! ( ounty jailers possibility but ( omai I ounty lr Tim Schitchtirig the prisoners X es I ain very concerned atiout that -aid Jail >up**fMvor XX alt suiiin**r late last week I believe ballas had conf inned one ot the tao had the disease I plan to arite Hu-state jail commission at*»ut it One of the tao had tx***n arrested in ballas on a shoplifting charge Both had active a arr ants locally Merlin) mg (rom felony theft anti then of ser v ice charges The se* ond man turned City to apply for $2 million federal grant By SABAH DUK E Staff Writer New Braunfels City Council Mon day authorized city officials to apply for federal funds to make more than S. million rn improvements at Ne* Braunfels Municipal Airport The grant applications which ail. be submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration are for funds to pur chase an instrument landing system The system priced at $**«i im*) would allow airplanes to land during incle men! weather at the airport lmprov et! lighting systems runway im provements and fencing also were in eluded in the proposed project cost lf the grant application is approv ed New Braunfels will have to pick up the tab for IO percent of the pro ject <*ost or $255'J* Council member Doug Miller -aid he wants to make sure the city is not getting into a project that will cost more than it is worth Assistant City Manager Hector Tamayo said the federal government likely will provide for maintenance of the new equipment If not he -aid the city could chtjose not to accept the grant In other airport busine-- th*, coun ell granted the second of Hire*-necessary approx als to create an air vet of th** c dalupe t our ‘barged wit port zoning board i made up of rep reset tv and ( omai and < ties Mem.**'- will regulating const: action near th* airport to r< *Hct bunding aubin landing patterns Asset during Monday a e* * tv council granted second approval o? an ordinance approv ing financing by ne Bell County Health Fact!:’ * -Development Corporation of a h*- . th faculty in New Braunfels approved foreclosure of Mid-Texas Avionics at the New Braunfe-Municipal Mrport ( ny Manager Joe Michie said a "friendly foreclosure by Noite Nation Bank of Seguin will leave the bank in charge of the fixed base operation It - my understan ding that the bank wants to get out of the airplane business ASAI* he said authorized the* employment of Y K Knowlton Paving Contractors Inc for the (.Teen \ alley Watershed Drainage Improvement Projec t City Engineer Bill Dobrowolsk reported to council that the project could start in January authorized the city manager to See COUNCIL Page 2 Schroeder expects trial to be moved himself in hours later to ballas authorities Both are being held here :n lieu of bonds ranging tram $ ■» to flu .H■> on** ol the men laded to appear in district court here last year and reportedly fled the state His bond -man had filed a motion to .surrender his financial responsibility for the man Schlichtmg said he was informed bv the subjects upon their return to Comal Count) that the two were sui Jenng tram AIDS related symptoms and said they were somewhat sur prised Dallas didn t say anything Urn* of the prisoners asked me how long sentence I thought they would get and I said vou may get See PR iSONE RS Page 2 8 , DAVID MAY S»aH Arder District \ Homey William schroeder Monday -aid officials might as well pack their bags if Wesley scott Strickland s tailure to slop and render aid case goes to tnai He said hi* expects the case to tx* transferred to another county It Judge Hon Prichard finds him guilty and you media pick it Up as you should we might as well pack our bags We re gone the pro s**v utor said Strickland was indicted last week by a grand jury on third degree felony charges of leav mg the -cene of a fatal accident Non B that left one San Antonio woman dead and another injured He is als** expected to appear before Prichard l>ec 2J for arraign ment in county court at law on a charge of revocation of probation tor tampering with his court ordered Guardian Interlock device schroeder -a. j ne is concerned with the media attention given the case both lex ally and in san Antonio While SHI*kiand has not requested or to this point required counsel to represent him in district eour .Ioh! Whitmire has tx*en appointed ti represent the 22 year old < an;.or Lake man -. as** in countv tour* Another reason the pro sec ut cm tx*!ieves a motion if filed to move Strickland - felonv case would tx' granted is that Strickland gave an admission of guilt to a san Antonio television -’utior. during one o: ms two appearances at Comal County Jail Strickland arrested twit. and tree an bond- totaling Se.oui' was ex pected to tx* arrest.- tho : tin « * Jay Judge Hot**rf I feuffet increa-ed Stric kland > >>on a-    k lr ■ • b) on the ie ..ny . hat g»* to >.    * According to th*- distri. t clerk s »t flee a warrant for his arrest uas tu oeexe* uttHl nomettmet >1av EUWD schedules meeting on drought management The Edwards I noergraund Water District is hosting a public meeting at 7 pm Wednesday at the New Braunfels c ivic ( enter to gather in put regarding drought management plans Kenneth Ikels one of ('omai boun tv s representatives to the water district board of directors Monday urged local residents to attend the meeting Wfdlfc sda.- night IS suggest ? night Then the board •> going to go ahead and plan a brough manage ment plan he said Persons atoll ding the meeting vs id discuss drought detmition and planning for droughts A ou have this opportunity for in put Come to this meeting and ex press your ideas and opinions h« added Man pleads guilty, sentenced in murder A (omai County man charged with first degree murder pleaded guilty Monday morning in district court and was handed a 12 year prison term Michael Wayne Smith 21 entered his plea tx*fore Judge Charles Ram say of th** 22nd State District Court as a jury w as being prepared to bear the murder case Smith admitted to shooting Clifton Krueger, ilk his employer and would be business associate on June 6 Krueger w as shot once in the head by a 22-callber rifle while in front of his residence Both Krueger and Smith reportedly shared a mailing address and lived in tlx* Bracken area off Bmdsetl Lane The men according to sheriff s reports were discussing a husiix*ss arrangement when an argument erupted Smith was arrested at Hie scene without incident Ileputies ar riving at the scene found Smith holding the murder weapon District Attorney William Schroeder said he requested the 12 year term in the Texas Department of Corrections after Smith rendered his plea Smith was also ordered to pay restitution Cheer Fund donations continue The annual Cheer Fund sponsored by the Herald Zeilung has reached its goal to provide Christmas dinners for 2U0 area families Ail additional donations will be placed in a special account to be used to start next year’s drive TTH* Herald Zeitung sponsors the fund drive each year and receives assistance from the National Guard and Community Service Center The Herald Zeitung w ill continue to publish the names of contributors to Cheer Fund each day The total in the fund is now I3.6U MB Donations Friday and Monday were from A D and Vivian Nuhn $25 Martin Schroeder $25, Mr and Mrs Marshall H Cdden $50 New Braunfels Firefighter* Association $50. Mrs Clara Bnnker, $5. Lloyd and Doris aw -a' '. vM Westervelt $25 Kl I node D Anderson 12u Ira Anna Kropp $10; Elizabeth Rothaetmei $5 and anonymous dona I ions of HU, $25 $25 and $10 ;