New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 12, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
New Braunfels girls capture third-straight cross country state title! See Sports Day,
Birthday wishes from the Herald-Zeitung!
The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung extends birthday wishes to: Jennifer Hill, Gayle Offerman, Juanita Rosas (27), Elaine Ramsdell, Etta Mae Blankenship (belated), Tony Garcia, Dorothy Fetters (Sat. 11), and Usa Buicks.
Saturday night’s winning nunthers
5,13, 19,21, 44,49
Est. $21 million jackpot
Today at Wurstfest Gate 1
Noon to 5 p.m.: The Sound Connection
11.30 a.m.: The Cloverleaf Orchestra 2:30 p.m.: Drawing for trip to Germany 3 p.m.: Jubilee Polka Band 7 p.m.: The Litt’l Fishermen
Das Grosso Zstt (The Big Tent)
11:30 a.m.: New Braunfels Village Brass Band 12:30 p.m.: Kerry Christensen
1 p.m.: Comal Community Band
2 p.m.: Kinder Tanzer
3 p.m.: Cadence doggers 3:30 p.m.: Alpenfest
4:30 p.m.: Cadence doggers
5 p.m.: NBHS Band
6 p.m.: Alpenfest
7 p.m. Origmal-Kapelle Heimatland (German Band)
8 p.m. Ed Kadlecek & The Village Band
8:30 p.m. Die Froehliche Omas and Opas
Des Kleine Zett (The Little Tent)
11:30 a.m.: Torii Noichl 12:30 p.m.: Alpenmusikanten 1:30 p.m.: Polish Folkdances of San Antonio
2 p.m.: Swingin’ Dutchmen
3 p.m.: Polish Folkdancers of San Antonio
3:30 p.m.. New Braunfels Kinderchor
4 p.m.: Alpenmusikanten
5 p.m.: Kerry Christensen
Goodwin School to host fair
A Craft Fair will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday. Nov 14 at Goodwin School Cafeteria, 1297 Church Hill Drive.
Holiday Craft Fair Nov. 18
A Holiday Craft Fair will be sponsored by Peace Lutheran Church at 1147 South Walnut, across from Wal-Mart. Fair runs from 9 a m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18.
A story about the Ingram Readymix plant in the Nov 2 H-Z should have said Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission attorney Scott Humphrey directed Kate Mathis to where she could locate information pertaining to the hearings process.
He did not obtain any files for Mathis.
Photos by MICHAEL DARNALL (left) and LESLIE KRIEWALDT
(Left photo) Canyon High School’s April Rheinlaender was crowned Homecoming Queen Friday by last year’s queen, Kart Kastner. At Unicom Stadium, Anna Lisa Vargas was crowned Homecoming Queen. Her escorts were Sergio Vargas (left) and Lenny Leos.
This year’s festival ends today. See Page 8A for photos from the 1995 event.
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Vol. 143, No. 261
Police seek family of train victim
By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND
A New Braunfels man is dead after a train accident early Friday morning.
Bill Williams seemed, to the train engineer, to be asleep on the tracks. A train approached him between Jahn Street and the back of the municipal building maintenance area, said New Braunfels Police Lieutenant John Wommack.
The engineer blew the train whistle and locked the train's brakes. Williams didn't move, and the train couldn't stop on time.
The train lock down automatically stopped the tram's clock. Wommack said, which showed the exact time of the accident 12:48 a.m. Williams
was pronounced dead at the scene by Justice of the Peace Ray Martinez.
Williams* body is at the Travis County Coroner's office for autopsy. Police suspect alcohol may have played a part in his death. Wommack said.
New Braunfels Police are seeking help locating Williams’ family. He was 44 years old and African-American.
“He used to work at Landa Tire and Auto and at Bill's Detail,” Wommack said. “He washed cars and mowed lawns for people ”
Anyone with information about Williams' family should call the NBPD at (>08-2179.
CLWSC studies water line grant
By DAVID DEKUNDER
An update on a planning grant, the budget, and an escrow fund w ere some of the items discussed by the Canyon Lake Water Supply Corporation’s Board of Directors on Wednesday.
General Manager Dale Yates reported he attended a meeting in San Antonio w uh officials from the Guadalupe-Bianco River Authority and the San Antonio River Authority concerning a planning grant from the Texas W ater Development Board. The grant is being done w ith the cooperation of the GBR A and will be used to help complete the water line system in the Canyon Lake area.
Yates said future plans for the w ater corporation will depend on GBRA plans to build a water treatment plant on the Southside of the lake, lf the GBRA builds the plant, the corporation will save money in the long run because all CL W SC w ill have to do is to purchase different points of entry to draw the water from.
“GBRA will build the plant when it feels it has the customer base from the w ater users (at Canyon Lake),” Yates said.
He said based on this information the GBRA, SARA and CLWSC redesigned their plans tor the grant to the Texas W ater Development Bourd so that it w ill not conflict w ith another study, Trans Texas W ater Study, which is being funded b\ the state of Texas. The amount of the planning grant i> $180,000, w ith CLW SC matching $90,000
The board of directors was briefed on the Tex in Water Development Board escrow fund I he CLWSC has a $ I 020 million escrow account w uh the TW DB. In the escrow account, $550,000 was earmarked for the construction of a water treatment plant and $450,000 for system acquisitions. However, the corporation bought IO system acquisitions under budget for $272,000, leaving SPH,OOO letl over. CLW SC plans to use the rest of the money for system improvements. CLW SC now has 36 subdivisions in its system
The CLWSC' board of directors accepted the Rocky C reek Ranch water system into their system lhe Rocky Creek Ranch subdivision is owned Col. Lee Roper, who is chairman of the CLW SC board,
Roper excused himself while the board voted to accept Rocky C reek Ranch subdivision into the CLWSC.
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Two men arc hospitalized after an accident to Bout of New Braunfels High School that hip-at the school was letting out Friday. The front comer of a mick pulling out of NBHS and a van driving eastbound on Loop 337 collided, said New Braunfels Police Cor
ms way was dear when be pulled us black Chevrolet Blazer out of the NBH&lpt, but hit vision was blocked by anomer wCide.
The silver van was carrying Carnal County Community Services clients. Otto pessmgnr. Bob Belitter of New Braunfels, was taken to McKean* Memorial HMpiul, whets he was in
Zavala of New University condition
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The driver dfthe van, lames Richardton of Canyon Lake, ama saved from injury by the vn'firbag, Tfievtn weaMftVL BJ mid. **h only had 823 miles on it," he said.
Faulty brakes blamed for Seguin Avenue mishap
By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND
Faulty brakes may be the cause of an accident that sent three people to McKenna Memorial Hospital Friday afternoon.
A blue Olds Cutlass driven by Tabatha Rodriguez of New Braunfels rear ended a brown Toyota Cairny driven by Sandra Santana of New' Braunfels on Seguin Avenue in front of the Sonic restaurant at about 3 p.m.
Rodriguez told New Braunfels Police Officer
Scan Gabbard that her brakes malfunctioned completely, he said.
“The Cutlass hit the Cairny at a pretty high rate of speed, and there were no skid marks,” Gabbard said. “That would indicate brake malfunction.”
New Braunfels EMS units took Rodriguez, Santana, and Santana’s 15-year-old daughter to McKenna.
New Braunfels Police are still investigating the accident.
“Excessive speed may have played a part,”
The Cutlass hit the Camry at a pretty high rate of speed, and there were no skid marks. That would indicate brake malfunction.’
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