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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 22, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas 410    MO j3 10/22/99    261 EMF I PE MICROFILM CO PO BOX 816423 DALLAS, TX 75381 Unicorn boys win meet, Page 9A / Junior Livestock pictures, Page IB New Braunfels Now Braunfels, Texas Vol. 134, No. 56 Five Sections, 64 Pages Sunday March 22,1987 50 cents Time s running out for those wan ting to get some exercise and help Teen Connection at the same time The alternative school, foster group home and counseling service is sponsoring a 25 mile Walk A Thon Saturday beginning and ending at Schiitterbahn 400 N Liberty Registration is from 7 to 8 a rn that day Each entrant will obtain pledges for each mile to be walked run or bicycled Each participant will receive a certificate and trophies will be awarded to the top fund raisers It s a good cause so get on those athletic shoes Speaking of good causes New Braunfels Christian Academy is hosting a Jog A Thon on Friday at the park near the health department on Comal Avenue Parents students teachers and friends are invited to help raise money for the privately funded school which is re building at ‘♦yr. Mission Mills Drive Participants in the run have been seeking indiv iduals to sponsor them as they walk or jog around a measured course The sponsor in return pledges an amount for each lap completed Persons interested may call tile Academy at 625# *>222 or Mrs VAilham Blackmon at hxx 3054 New Braunfels Marchund VAundergruppe will meet Tuesday at 7 JO p rn at the American legion Home Hurst speaker will be Heim Johnson who will make a special presentation on inc Amene an Vunsporting Association Mure MALK I NC tor g«<odncss sake There s another ferrum planned lor potential members of New Braunfels ('tty Council The New Braunfels Chapter of the American Association of I rnverst!y VA omen is sponsoring a forum at 7 Hi p rn Wednesday in tfx* lol>by of the Clue < enter h ac ti i andidate will have an opportunity to speak and to answer pertinent questions The public i>* welcome and en courage to Uvomt more informed about the nine candidate* for threat large seats on council smokers will get incentive to stop smoking during the I- reshstart Clinic co sponsored try New Braunfels ISI* ( ommunity F.ducu Hon and tm* Americ an » aliter Sex let v The clinic will tx* on tuesday* March 24 March 'I and April 7 from 7 ut to y to p m at the McKenna Memo! al Hospital classroom on dana Street The clinic is tree After participants at tend die clinic may tie they should try some ut this walking and runn mg to get even more in shape For some entertainment New Braunfels High sch*xii VS lute Silvei and Blue Hands will present their spring concert on Tuesday at 7 to p rn in the New Braunfels High School Auditorium l he concert is Ires* and the public is invited Mostly cloudy skies are in store again 4 today but it will tx* warm with a high in the upper 70s and a southeast wind near Ij mph There s also a Jo percent chance of ram which will increase to a 40 perc ent chance tonight some possible severe Night skies will lx* cloudy with a low in the upper ais Monday will be partly cloudy with a high rn tile mid 70sThe Menu BUSINESS.........8,9B CLASSIFIED. ... 11 -1 SB COMICS   JOB CROSSWORD.......2A DEAR ABBY........SB KALEIDOSCOPE.. 1-4B INSIGHT............SA OBITUARIES.......2A OPINIONS..........4A SPORTS...........MA McQueeney fire vounteers cover a large area lA/atrh Officer aiming prevention WI llllw VV Cl I Veil program at record crime Bv DAVID MAY Staff Writer While New Braunfels has IT organized c rime watch neightxirhcnxls they are not in areas where they are needed most Those established could a1*,) tx* more successful in preventing the most common offenses here namely burglaries and thefts according to New Braunfels cr line prevention officer Martin Mayer a certified crime prevention specialist with the New Braunfels Police Department said iy«7 is on its way to becont mg a record veal tor the number of burglaries and tlief is To help reduce* the numtx*rs Mayer is otter mg suggestions all citizens can easily utilize to •lee rease their chances of becoming the victim ot a burglary or theft According to statistics recently released New Braunfels polite through February have responded to k» burglary complaints 101 la! * eiiy thetts and five motor vehicle thefts Eighty *;\ burglaries is a record tor the first two months of any year here Mayer said Key > to dec leasing the chances of becoming a victim are awareness education and proven lion It s going to tx* a record year for burglaries and thefts if we dont do something Mayer said I I take* some of the blame There are Hung* I Know I can do to help tatter organize and keep our neighborhood watch program* active There just aren t enough hours in a day to initiate those tilings Mayer said current neighbor hood watch program* here* are moderately successful, but most are not reaching goals set for reducing crime Those goals include reducing crime in neighborhoods by do percent increasing by iou percent the numbe of incident* reported by citizens and actively engaging 75 percent of See CRIME Page 2A This is the second iii a series ot in formations! ret torts on volunteer tire departments m lo mal and Guadalupe counties lhe herald /et tun ti is offering these logistical sketches to help our readers become aware of the departments and their capabilitiesMcQueeney VFD Rivers, Little among jury's 21 indictments By DAVID MAY Staff Writer The Comal County grand jury on Wednesday returned 21 indictments against 17 individuals in the longest ever grand jury session here The jury session which included the return of an indictment against a 19-year-old man accused of sexual assault, lasted until IU p m Of the 21 indictments, six were sealed Three other felony charges were reduced to misdemeanors and handed over to the county attorney Three cases were no-billed by the panel Enc Phillip Rivers was indicted on charges of sexual assault in connection with an incident in which an 18 yearned woman was assaulted while at a party on the city's north side Jan 17 That party was reportedly attended by as many as 30 local youth River* was arrested by New Braunfels police Feb 8 and remains in Comal County jail in lieu of a $15,000 bond on a motion to revoke his probation on an earlier forgery con v iction The grand jury returned an indict ment against Leonard Far! Little 42 of I niversal City, on a charge of ag gravated robbery with a deadly weapon Little according to I nicer sal City police has multiple per sonalities is one of two suspects in the* Ive 18 hold up of a couple and their grandson at gunpoint rn their residence in the 700 block of Star crest The three victims were reportedly tied up by two masked gunmen who loaded the family s car with numerous items including jewelry and a pet parrot The car was later recovered near a subdivision off EM I Ho i Little was charged in a Jan 2u and was transferred here from Colorado County Ile remains in county jail rn lieu of a $100,000 bond The grand jury also returned an in dictment against Eddie Cabello. also know n as Eddie Cuelleo. on a charge of aggrav ated robbery Cabello is one of two suspects in the Sept 8 armed hold up of a convenience store at In- . terstate 25 and Walnut Avenue in which a clerk was shot in the back while fleeing the store The clerk who was left to die in the store s driveway later recovered from the wound Cabello was charged Dec ll and transferred here from Nueces County He remains in county jail on a $100.U0U bond Other indictments returned included William Douglas Mosher on an assault charge stemming from an incident Feb 5 .Arrested the next day. he remains in jail on a $2u (roo bond Thomas William otterpohl on a charge of attempted murder in a [Vc 12 incident Arrested the same day he remain* in jail on a $25,000 bond Jimmy Wayne Powell for the Jan 20 burglary of a business located at laxip J37 and Texas 46 Arrested Jan 20 and in jail on a SIU (JOO bond Four indictments returned against John Michael Nobles and Marlin Ray Theiss on charges of burglary of a residence and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle on ive 22 Both were arrested the same day and remain in jail on bonds of $15,000 for the burglary charge and $ amt for the motor vehicle charge separate indictments against Juan Mu cie* and Oscar .Alv arez for the Feb 25 burglary of a residence Both were arrested the same day and remain in jail on $5 uuo bonds each Jesus Christopher Epps for the Jan 24 burglary ot a store in the you block ut Interstate 15 Arrested the same day and remains in jail in lieu See indict Page 2A Personnel President Jot* Ward A ice President (Jerald Blume Secretary John stallman Treasurer Kenneth W it ten Eire Chief (iuy Weldon Assi Chief Chuck Hoagland Captain Company No I Delroy York Captain Company No 2 Joe Ward Captain Fire Police Harold Zahler Publicity Cindy HoaglandCounty plans Showman to hand over area landfill By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Active Menders A Bacon (J Belltzer. D Blume (. Blume J Bode, T Blown W Cato S ('ole M Dodds (I (ileum C Haecker. (' Bogland Cindy Bogland M Jones, J Koenig M Lange. A Lehman. J Lewis. K l4*wis. J Martin, K May T May. D McFarland. S Mercer. A Mycue. (J Schultz J Stallman. L Stewart. C Sykes J W ard M W ard, C Weikert. (J Weldon. K Witten, D York. IL Zahler Ste FIRE, Page 2A Unit 67 has a brand new coat of paint and has just been retur bished thanks to services and materials donated by community businesses t nlike the city which has decided not to accept proposals for privatization of sanitation collection there is no turning back on a proposal from a private waste management firm to purchase or lease the city county landfill ' We re going through with this." said County Judge Fred Clark late last week following a meeting of the Comal County Solid Waste Control Board The board accepted proposals from Browning Ferris Industries and Waste Management Inc Then* is no turning back " Clark said BF Is proposal wa* for a lease agreement while ASaste Manage ment submitted a proposal for outright purchase of the landfill Other details of the proposal* were not disc losed The board which includes ('lark Precinct ; ( ounty i ommissioner Lorenzo Camarillo and New Braunfels City Manager Jm* Michie requested the* firms submit pro posals by next Thursday for both leasing and purchasing rights Since submissions from tho*** in terested are in the form of proposals Bx* tmard is allowed to accept whichever package it desires Representatives of tioth firms presented similar slide presentations to the board Thursday The board would not commit to a preference for cither a lea*** agreement or outright purchase* ot the landfill Michie said he would discuss the mailer with city council before making any decisions ('lark said the move is necessary tx*c aux* the r«oard is not satisfied with the present operations of the landfill due* to management and potential capital outlay reasons We are at the point where we need to make a change ( lark said Both firms said they would retain the seven present employees of (tx* landfill it thev pas*«*d company physicals and Other criteria such as drug testing See TH ASH Page 2A Dozens of area young people participated in this year s Coma County Junior Livestock Show and Sate Friday and Saturday Sammy Womtie a 4-H member received this belt Luck e for Junior Steer Showmanship To wind up the event a horse snow begins at 9 3 this morning at the Sheriff s Posse Avener on Morningside Dove for more pictures turn to page 4 B and watch for Tuesday s edition of the Hera>d-Zettung which wit carry even more photographs of the winners (Photo by Leslie Knewaidti ;