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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 16, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Landry with 'Pokes for three more seasons, Page IONew Braunfels    Thursday HILL COUNTRY TIRE Stammtisch Store destroyed Keep I how* stammtisches coming iii VS t* have a leu submissions We nec-ci mote lira* your table and send it t«» us at 71*7 Lamia Street here in Ne* Braunfels /ll' .>;| u if we usa* sour stammtisch and you are a\ tillable (or lunch we ll buy hut Harold is cheap so we ll pro bablv take you to Jack in tile Box or ■won* such The deal is that vuu draw a stammtisch a table that represents your idea of.what a table for cronies mends arni relations is or should tie We ll run the first one Sunday The N it tonal Association of Benn I k citer a I Employees t haptet *<*«*• vs 111 n eel at 11 a t h nday tomorrow for a jx»t lu* k picnn at sonny VS .it 1 s horn* ,» the end of k erry B<«.U Lam* jus’ pa I 11 pp I ane off J \1 72c> Those K' w ishu 11 to » arpooi to tfie evet t <. an fattier at the west end of ( ourtyard Shopping <'enter park ng lot at in 4:> a in \ isittirs air welcome 'Miaul > tin' aiiuiif I dp.e r n ***    ai VI Z* . I be I fit appy 'a- / Ha    • will play ami you really should neat tiles** gliv ' it V(Hi haven I ult eau* J re** RBg dinner an I oft ■a'.isot christmas merriment a pfev I no*re is .t S cuvet f po with additional money raised through i affies I shirt sales pf.ii.. taken with Santa Hat roils are asked I*, put a present under the tree ’• : {fie Mils at the hospital hor more information call Bill vs irdsworth at Hie shanty ii J *m no ut I »erus« Barkis at til*4 hospital 512 27 14 State Senator Juditti /aftit nu. Ii* I .areito. (las b*4en cited as an Hut-standing Freshmen Fro*I af e legislator by Ua* texas t oalltion f »r late Twenty tau first term legislators and three of five freshmen state senators sponsored pro-life legislation in the regular session and /affinal Ii I the IMO k tfit* 11 1. says Those who believe ut tin sam lily tit human lift* lune a friend arui supporter in Senator Judith Aa!fir im Said Bill Pi n e Iii. director A «u percent chance of ran will keep temperatures hover mg at (tie do degree mark to dav arid winds will ive from It a* southeast at I > mph Ham possibilities drop to to jiereent for tonigtit and h riday witti a low tonight of 72 and high J 11 day ut 92 Winds will U* turn tile sou It ie a st at IU to I » mph Saturday through Monday will tie the same with a slight chance of rain in the forecast ami highs in the **k The Menu CLASSIFIED COMICS CROSSWORD DLAR ABBY KAltlOOSCOPt OPINIONS SCRAPBOOK Vaccine supplies adequate despite delivery delays Photos bv Leslie krtewaiai Bv SAR AH DUKE Stab Writer The Comal County Health Depart nienl has been waiting week' to receive a necessary supply of vat cines (rom ’he iexa' Health I ti art ment for children going back to school this fall Even with the delays in filling orders Texas Health Department of fieials said there is no shortage of vaccine only the beginning of a back to-sc hoot rush Every child in Texas is required to have immunizations for six deadly discases Beiau^ of legislative action rn the early Wits children attending lay care centers also must be vac cinated ‘Generally back to school is the largest rush of the year said Tom Griffith director of the regional rn mumzation program for the state health department * There ha>n t bren a shortage up to now There have t>een times when I ve had to take vaccines from one health oil ic* when another ran out hut we ve never had a shortage per se We've never had a shortage as far as turning people away Wes Hodgson a spokesman for the immunization division of the Texas Health Department a Isl a . d that while the state distributes ar awful lot of vaccine there is not a shortage at this time There have been shortages in the past he said hut those shortages were ‘'directly related to the manufacturers ut th* vaccine Pertussis or whooping cough vat cines cost the state an exhorbitant amount be* a us*1 manufacturers hav* faced nurnetous lawsuits aero''' the country because some children sut fered stress of neurological disorders. Griffith said Hodgson said fhe pertussis vat cines have been hard to get in recent years because only a few ma: .rn: lurers continued to nu x* ’• * substance aper tne rash of aw suits Mary Leu Erben head •>! he on ai bounty health office t-aid she ex pects a large number of parents ! rush their children to the -.thee sn tho next month so they can receive required immunizations before going hack to school in .september bur rent!) county offices have enough polio vaccine to immunize from w to Ski people and officials expect booster vaccines to last about three to four weeks The county office will be devoted to providing vaccines during the weeks of Aug 24 28 and Aug JI Sept 4 Both Wednesdays during those1 weeks tile See v ALCINE*- I age 2 Comal jury finds Romans competent to stand trial on two burglary charges SPORTS ........IOU Hill Country by fire early B i DAvlO MAY Stab xvrit«r X early muitu t ic- completely gutted Hill buunlry I re located at * s Seguin .street causing an a> vet uiidetet ii. d am mitt of damage to the building and con tents New Braunfels Fire I apartment dispatched three engine' and a laddei truck alter jet eiv mg Hie report just Indore I a rn this morning Twenty ow firefighters both * .Ii tune and volante**! *. battled the blaze for more than t wo h«*ui s helote bringing it undet control No injuries were reported and the origin and cause of th* fire tiad n*»t I ►*** * i iud i*! mined a > of pre ss ti me today It was sully involved when the tirst unit arrived said Fire Fhiet Phil Baker Basically it was a surround and drown attack he said detailing flow firefighters looked to preventing the blaze from spreading to adjacent building* Attorney Marion Botchers offices did sustain minor Burglar alarm ordinance gets second reading By DAVID MAY Stall Writer Reducing Hie numtvei of false burglar alarms and iden tits mg ow tiers of activated sy stems are the main reasons tiehind promised revisions to Nr*w Braunfels burglar alarm sy stem ordinance Pity Council gave the ordinance its second reading ap proval July 13 with one revision since the first reading council agreed that honieow liers delinquent on their pro perty taxes w ill not tx4 denied a security sy stem permit This is not meant to deter someone from trying to pre vent crime hut is meant to decrease (als* alarms and to See AL AW M Page 2 Tire gutted Thursday After hearing testimony Wednes day a Comal County jury ruled Jon Leslie Romans competent to stand trial on two counts of burglary of a habitation the second such hearing held this week in the 274th State District Court Humans. 25 of Route uE Box 4 2 rn New Braunfels was arrested April J) on a felony warrant by Comal County Sheriff s deputies atter having r>een stopped for a traffic violation Deputies discovered jewelry and other articles believed stolen ant: were identified later by their owners according to sheriff s investigators Jon Romans was indicted here May 20 on two counts of burglary and is in t omai County Jail on two >2u duo bonds Jon Romans is the brother of James W Romans who is serving a 50 year prison term for the death o: his lo month old stepson last November I niike a similar hearing earlier this week for Leonard Far! Little in which District Attorney William Schroeder :.d not contest Little s competency Schroeder persistently lought evidence produced by Romans court appointed nuns* i Mark < lark A Veteran s Administrat on psychiatrist testdied that Homan was diagnosed as being a oarani d schizophrenic Romans be eves thai a second person sometime s controls his mind lb* may stand trial on the burglary charges withing the next two months pending further motions from Clark Nine years of work went down the drain in one hour. Richard Hampton Owner Hill Country Tire Co. damage when a west wall collapsed falling into it and iamaging br;, k and breaking out windows The fire department etui a stupendous job of containing the fire 'aul Bort twos who witnessed the early morning blaze Ttie building and its contents was a total loss Owner Richard Hampton said tie had not calculated his losses I wo car' and a boat inside tile sliop were burned sn the lire One of tile cars belonged to a customer while the other vehicle and boat belonged to Hampton according to reports Nm** years ut work went down the drain in one flour 'aid Hampton wtio had operated the* tire store there since PWJ He could not say whether he would try to reopen tin* store at the sa nit* location or somewhere els** He said tie had insurance that he expected to cover his losses The building is reportedly owned bv a group of iii vestors headed by Dr Mitchell Sacco and was insured for SUH) IMM) Fire Marshall Elroy Frtesenhahn said inspectors would tie sifting through the remains for the rest of today and possibly toluol row to determine the cause of the tire I honestly don’t know,” Kriesenhahn said He declined to commit to any theories in the blaze Flames had already burned brough the roof when the first unit arrived Two walls and Hie root eventually col lapsed Reports of explosions within the store were not confirmed by Friesenhahti We had some reports ot loud pops Any time you have a 'ore like this there is going to l*e some solvents and chemicals inside he statist Baker said problems arose with low water pressure when firefighters tapped into the water main along South Seguin We were drawing water out of a small main said Raker We had to do some changing and moving around that cost usa little time He said those delays did ikit contribute to the extensive damages to Hie shop since the flames had engulfed the structure by the time units arrived Dancin' in the Dark a bright idea of pair Dances for the young people of New Brauntels aren t a thing ot the past At least two recent col lege graduates are doing their tiest to organize a dance with an emphasis on fun Jerome Rummage a recent graduate of North Texas State University and a New Braunfels High School graduate is working with lie De Beath also from New Braunfels and a recent graduate of Southwest Texas State University to organize a imi dance dubbed 1 Dancin rn the Dark featuring a mix of popular rock music and rock music with Christian influences I just kind of got interested in some of the Christian music that's come out It s just as good as some of the other music on the radio ifs just got different lyrics ” Brimmage said While spending the summer rn New Braunfels Brimmage 22 remembered just how little there is for a high sc hool student to do in this town His memories of high school include driving through town with friends There s just not a whole lot to do.” he said •‘One reason for the dance is to give the teem agers something to do to release some energy ,” he said Brimmage said those working on the dance are “getting sonu really good feedback H* added that the dance will t* drug and alcohol free Definitely that > got to be understood hut we don t want to bill it Itke that tie said Brin. mage added thai he plans to have some of college friends help out with the chaperoning and security but he wants to keep the atmosphere casual While the organizers of Dan cm’ in the Dark are planning a one time only event Brimmage said maybe local groups chur elves parents or businesses could pick up the ball and make the event a regular happening Maybe if it goes ov er they could do some throughout next summer he said The number one purpose of tile dance is to introduce loc al young people to popular Christian music but Brimmage said just giving local kids age ii through 20 something to do also is impor tant He is enlisting the help of loc al churches and businesses in the effort to Jiold a dance An organizational meeting will be held Tuesday at 7 p in at First Federal savings building Anyone interested in helping w Uh the event is welcome tie said t ;