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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Unicorn VB team ready for Cougars, See Page 12 New Braunfels >1V I I I 11 I Sh ■Aft Zeitun Friday November 13 "987 25 Cents Vol 134 No 221 707 Lancia St New Braunfe s T^*as7S'v UL3S3 '    2-625-9144 wo section: Page1 TTH* Humane st* lety * Donated Doghouse Drive is underlay through the month of November Person* with an extra doghouse are asked to give it lo the shelter sphere tt S* ill tie repaired spruced up ami provided with earh animal adopted during lift ember lf you have one tHit can t get it to the shelter thev Hill pu k it up (al! 629 a JST for detail* The shelter is Un ated at 193' burbler Lane tm a somewhat related note keep in mirvl or write down if you haven t already the new number to call if vuu need a city animal control of fiver The number is njv igtkj it s m service 24 tx>urs a day >4*vers days a week R e-a rrest seen    Prize »•»»>"* ** for man charged I fi*i in hit-run death IX B y D A V IO MAY st**! Writer Wesley scott Strickland after tie mg arrested Thursday morning on a felony charge of failure to stop and render ald in a fatal hit ami run traf fie accident was released from jail after posting a I OIA) bond County Attorney Bill Ketmer however after discovering ■Strickland 21 of ( anyon Lake had violated terms of probation said he would file a motion today and seek re arrest It would tie the second probation for s.tru Aland charged with drunken driving stemming from an october !*«*. incident He was sentenced in January 19**. to a $-M> fine 4< htHirs community service Silo court costs and 1»* days jail probated two sears with 15 days shock jail He completed all aspects of the sentence except probation More than one vear into probation prof) a lion officials requested his terms be a mender I lo include place ment into the Guardian Interlock Program after offuials reported Strickland had developed ar; attitude problem and had wniter hot chec ks according to records Instead of having his probation revoker! in June and serving the I SU days tn jail Strickland agreer! with Sft AH»EST PageTA GBRAtoclose gates at CanyonLakedam ' y i tole wast t juju pulling the a•«U over af vone a eves lost month when exhibited the Reserve t . rand ("h* top tun K mew* rh at the Dallas Stair h air He is a mertJjer of thr i any on Hit ole and hts brother I lay* exhibited three other fiigf placing iambs white fellow member I -at*« lunar hart all four of his iambs plat mg rn tire tup j Great ar a <*mpiisfimcnts consoler • • exhibited at tta* fair I oil v Guud v»n hyia Guudxun lexb Helmet amt Amber Heitkamp werr among other Canyon 11 I exhibitors lire group has t jkrn part in ah sorts of fairs arx! clawk* in resent month* around lite state aga tits! compel! (ton from the four state region Harold sass welcome baaaaack Joseph H Meet J wether w    ta.a ataiut hybridizing lanmana Irises during the New Braunfels Iris *** u-tv s meeting *» heduird for Nov IT at Ai p m at New Braunfels sj* ikgs ami I a»an meeting na ■■rn Ila s*« let) said interested in growing iris are tnv lied While Ii Aroid celebrate* turkey day every morning I** lunk* in thr rutrruf tf»e New Braunfels Larks ami Recreation Department is foisting Uh*lr own turkey Day on Viv 23 from * a rn lpm for Hap py Days Day » arr Costume con test* carnival games group game* alai a session OII Indian folklore dark mg ale among ll** sh hrduied activities I’rue* have U**n donated bv Wa! Mart i'anteta s Pizza HT B and Uh* hold Company The parks department fmprs for Uh* event lo grow bigger each year ami involve more day care centers Lur more info contact Charlie Samburg at Alf* 5818 C Kajoy (till spring like ■ Weather while you can became I another na My old front will be I rolling into town about Sunday I Thu evening will be (air w ith a I low of about 45 ami light || aouthea&terty winds Saturday I will be partly cloudy with a I high of 73 and southeasterly I winds near 15 Then grab your I long Johns ‘cause colder I weather will tut again Sunday I below So I Tht Hana I CUSSBKD    IM .........IBA ........JA KAR ABBY . ll UTU! AMMON..........UA ............IBA .............AA KLKIOUS FOCUS    IBA sfom........ IlilWOMliM  ...IBA muho.................a The Guadalupe Bianco River Authority plans to close the gates a{ I an yon lUm ■saturday to make way for » (out st* \ wins of pipe being plat r*l into the dam as part of a hvdnirir* inc plant l»av,i Wfivh CBRX- punning director said the mer authority .* aw siting bra! approx al from the ’ S Vr mw t arp* of engineers to close the gates 4ml pump water over 'hr dam ; thr «.uadaiupe Kiver te-low *»BH \ plat:* to pump 75 cubic fee! l«*r sevxmd over the lam ataoui loo • ?s ,e*ss (bar the recent release A »■: *» h said studies show that the redo* ref flow into thr Guadalupe River will not * ause permanent en v inonmen!ai damage It the lower river fk>w should!! t have any impact on the fisheries he said During the lam drought where Uh* river ceased to flow fish population* recovered immediate Iv after the drought    We!vt* add el He alto said the river will run at more than 75 cfs because of springs and 'rtbutaries below the dam. So the river in New Braunfe,s will be more than 75 cf* he said I Hiring recent weeks releases from 'he .ag** have beef! fK teased ti .ower the level thereby increasing See DAM P*gr .A the A n * i .•erc^ants Association selected ier ►tee -untest for Christmas tree lighting which :> m; The wincing posters a** be displayed at i Library Ah.1© others a.i. De posted around **e ontest a ere trom «=•*• Kyra Brand* o* nsci a Ferguson of P S Designs anc Steve -a O' P S Graphic Arts Stud.c The posters Aere designed students *rom Good at Primary See*e E!ementary ana Cars "■urr Elementary * p*otO py Defyl Clark c j ai Man '9*= JAI Sheriff seeking suspect Comal County Sheriff s in vesf'gaforc are searching for a man who ’his morning walked into a con venience store brandishing a weapon and demanding money The incident occurred around y am at the Lone Star Ice House at K M 3009 and KM 2252 According to an investigator the suspect was scared off before he was able to get any of the store s receipts The clerk on duty w as not phy sn ails harmed Authorities are looking for a white male believed to be rn his mid 2bs He had blonde hair to his waist and blue eyes He stands about 6 feet I inch tail and was wearing grey pants and a camouflage jacket The initials JD or ' J D appeared on his right hand above the knuckles The suspect fled toward New Braunfels an K M 2252 driving a IMI burgundy colored CMC pickup bear mg Texas license plates 4217-CH The weapon used in the attempted hold up was described as a ut special handgun Persons with ntormatior regar ding th* suspect ar** asked to eau Crime .Stoppers at 62b TIPS. where anonymous information leading to an a-rest and grand jury conviction is rewardeo in cash of up to ll ODO Crime Stepper informants are not asked to give their names Informants not seeking a reward may call the criminal investigation division of the sheriff s deaprtment at 625-9199 Crime Stoppers pays reward in murder case B. DAVID MAV Hilt Ar ll*I In a landmark move I bursd ay evening the '■ afd >>f nm tor* for the New Braunfels (amal County Crime stopper* program iiiaturiHHisiv Approved a Ii *aua*h reward for th** anonymous informant instrumental in the arrest two week* ago ut a murder *u*pt* t It wa* the kmkv! time in the program* vining history that a reward wa* granted hut the first maximum payout approved Hoardof fu »*r* and members voiced pleasure in the sot irs* attributed Un* program leailing to the ar rest I think this is an (nit st anding thing we ve dune said Chairman Don Ferguson This is what we have been working fur and if is a ma jor accomplishment I he reward wa* for ntormat.on provided direc tly thrxHigh the program that subsequent Iv led to the arrest (Ht to of Robert ( I if tor Mays tburge*] in Uh* saltier urea multi stabbing death a year ag*»of lunas a Otterpohl lie wa* tndu ted VVrdrwsdav by a grand u: v and will stark] trial on a first degree murder charge He is in i onial ( ounty Jail in lieu of .» $2.10 oui Pond Th«* mformatit > tips initiated a t »*>p«*rative investigation t»y Un a1 stall and federal law en forcement agencies Here s a year old murder <. aa* and btng» a guy come* forward and puts if away said program Coordinator and New Braunfels policeman Martin Mayer The informant is th* iaa- for th« county and we are talking about an extremely brutal murder Distr) t \ttorney A .Ilium sehroeder said to day the Crime Stoppers program locally was pn*vmg to !*• more instrumental in solving crone and perhaps preventing rime*, before they occur I rn all for it said Schroeder I feel Crime Moppers is well worth the effort and in this l aw it is worth Uh* effort of IO years because it w»lv»*d a very serious crime and may have prevented future criminality The district attorney s office sets aside a pot tson of budget funds tor an informants network Schroeder such programs are effective in that persons with tnfonmalion are willing to come forward but are reluctant to place themselves in jeopardy without tieing rewarder*. Crime Moppers is a privately funded non profit organization Reward monies are garnered through local contributions The goal of Uh- program is to solve felony crimes through anonymous information provided directly by calling bib-TIPS Hie board accepted a contribution this week from American Legion Post No ITV Also Joel Luehmanrt president of Canyon Lake Hank See «F a AHD Page ?a West End Residents A wealth of information want improvements H, VAHAH DUX I Via*) Ar iter A est Knd resident* told throe Now Braunfels City Council moodier* that they need drainage improvements in UH*»r portion of Uh* city and want to do whatever it take* to gel those im proven vents More tfian 25 residents attended a publu rk*armg Thursday at Holy Family Catholic Church to discuss in both F ugli sh an*1 Spanish drainage project projH»M*il bv city *taff members t ny officials plan to apply for a i-fck) ta»t grant to help fund fH*w storm sewers under Bergfeid and A est Knd avenue* The residents at Thursday s hear mg said they want drainage improvement* to tk'gin a* soon a* possl hie in the A est Knd The proposed project if grant funds are approved, will be the beginning of major im See DRAINAGE Page TA STEP program aims at reducing accidents Bv SARAH DURE Stat! Writer I In* New Braunfels Police Depart ment plans to put a dent in the rising number of traffic accidents with a state program that place more patrol personnel in high tr affic areas The program is aimed at reduc mg traffic accidents and it s nee* let I because we re on our way lo a record year," Ll John Aum rn ack patrol superv isor for the police department He prepared a contract earlier this week to implement the Texas Department of Highways arni Public Transportation s selective traffic en forcement program locally The pro gr am referred to as STK!’ will fund overtime for patrol officers working on portions of StHith Seguin Avenue, Texas 46 A est San Antonio Street arni Aalnut Avenue \ polite depart ment study found that those areas have unusually high accident rates Aommack said this i* a par tit ulary good time to implement the program, which was discontinued in the city about six years ago because Uh* city did not renew Uh* program contract with the state and later state funds for the program ran out So far this year there have teen HHH See PATROL Page TA Blanche Sanders left chairman of the Friends of Dittimger Memorial Library and Vickie Hocker, library director, scan one of the volumes of the Encyclopaedia Britannica which were donated to the library by the Friends group Funds tor the donation were accumulated during the annual Friends book sale earlier this year (Photo by Deryl Clark) ;