New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 26, 1983, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 26, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 26, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Hsrald Zeitung July Wrecker statute passes first reading By OYANNE FRY Staff writer A second wreckercontrol or dinance passed first reading in City Council but may undergo an overhaul before its read the second Its a pretty good with the exception of four or five things that we need to have said Jerry Vineyard in a telephone interview Tuesday Vineyard was recently named vice president of the local wrecker drivers Chief among the drivers concerns is the proposed permit fee of a year per Vineyard says thats unrealistic for a town this He thinks would be more perhaps with a annual renewal The other suggestions are just minor things having to do with he City Manager Delashmutt called Councils attention to the drivers but hadnt had time to do any research on Until five after five last I thought the wrecker ordinance was just what the operators he said The ordinance was adapted from a City of Beaumont brought to councils attention by Vineyard two weeks Just after quitting time Mon Councilmember Donnie Seay brought the city manager a hand written note outlining the associations objections to the Seay knew he wasnt going to be able to attend the council Delashmutt Council passed the first reading on a unanimous but only after Delashmutt promised to have Police Chief Burney Boeck meet with the wrecker drivers before the second reading rolls Vineyard hopes the problems can be ironed out in that The last wreckerregulating ordinance considered by the council died on second All that one did was to set stan dards for wrecker conduct in the prohibiting any unit from showing up at the scene of an accident unless it had been called by a law enforcement Vineyard and the other drivers felt that this ordinance didnt really address the problems that Delashmutt didnt think so because he followed up with a proposal that the city contract with one wrecker company to handle all its The citys wrecker operators came en masse to the July 11 meeting to quash this The hastilyformed association comprising nine of the 13 com panies now on the citys rotation list offered an alternative a permit such as the one used in The new ordinance requires any wrecker operating within the city limits to have a and to meet the minimum standards on equipment and insurance which are set forth in the A company wouldnt have to be on the rotation list for city business if it didnt want but it couldnt be on the list without the in the event of any misconduct answering a call in an intoxicated state the city could revoke the Vineyard stocks NEW YORK AP AMR Corp Alcoa Am Motors Amer Armcolnc AtlRichfld Beth Steel Boeing Borden Brit Pet Burlngt Ind CaterpTr Celanese Centel Chrysler CoeaCola Colernan DowChem duPont East Kodak ElPaso Co Enserch s Esmarks Exxon Firestone FtBcpTex FordMot GTE Corp GnDynam GenlElects Gen Food Gen Motors Gen Tire Goodrich Goodyear GtAtlPac Gulf Oil GulfStaUt HarteHnk s Honeywell Houstlnd 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hatie 26 Uneitned discount on loans 2 o cieon and acceptances outslendiny 28 All otneiliabililies 29 TOTAL LIABILITIES leicluding suuodinated notes decieniuias i uni ol EQUITY CAPITAL J2 Common slock No ol shales outstanding U Ceillied surplus it Undivided piotits TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL isum ol Hems 32 inru 351 3 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL Isum ol ilwtu It and j 10 J 22D H Q N E n N 0 N 4 N 0 N El 25 Ul I 26 ems 22 thiu 201 I taOj 29 fj fl N jo to K srsj 18 33 J72J 34 35 D TITLE Of OfflCER AUlfluHinO TO SIGN REPORI JAMBS Ccihior AHEA CODEfTELEPHONE NO 5129642265 IIIMI ol IMi Hwotl ol Con onion including Iha luppodmg ind thai ll bMn lliunau tff tM to OUT hM pit in mllrocllont end la COfiwI beware Chamber warns of unsanctioned Wurstfest promotions By PATRICIA YZNAGA KING aditor The Chamber of Commerce warns merchants to beware of promotional maps or guides which use the chamber name or Wurstfpst to sell Such promotions imply sanction by the chamber or by the Wurstfest chamber president Donnie Seay Only one chambersponsored map he Seay said Tuesday that the chamber had issued letters to all chamber members earlier this year about such One lady lost on an Seay The woman was not a chamber he Promoters often leave the impression that their maps are sanctioned by the chamber or by Wurst when they are Tom chamber executive vice If people are going to purchase ads in the maps or guides they ought to call the chamber so they dont get he Seay said the opportunity for such promotions exists because the word Wurstfest is not an of ficial It is understandable that mer chants would want to be associated with he If a business is approached by a promotion map or the best thing to do is to pick up the phone and call the Chamber of Seay New Braunfels on film New Braunfels will find itself on camera if the Chamber of Commerce has its Stanley vice chairman of the cham bers Convention and Tourism reported Tuesday that the chamber has been asked by the San Antonio Tourist Bureau to paticipate in a film displaying San Antonio and other south centra Texas The film will cost to per Woodward The film will be about 10 to 12 minutes The other cities have been asked to help defray the he The San Antonio program will account for half of the film he We will ask for about two of film Woodward told chamber it will be money well Woodward also said the committee has budgeted to promote the Fall Escape Trip for this The program plans to encourage visitors to bring business to local motels and hotels during a period when lodges would be he Woodward said the program was quite suc cessful last Postal panol formed The riiarnlHr of Commerce has formed a com mittee to help the Postal Service find a suitable site for a new post office The committee consists of Mitchell Stanley Woodward and Vincent All submissions must be made by Sacco asked chamber members Tuesday to en courage persons who have property to submit it by the Its a fairly time chamber president Donnie Seay The prefeired area for a new post office is bounded on the north by the Comal on the east by Garden on the south by Santa Clara Street and on the west by the MKT Railroad the postal service The site needed in sqaure feet of or a lot with minimum dimensions of 2G5 feet by 350 The proposed new building will have ap proximately square feet of interior floor Weather Local temperatures Highs today and Wednesday will be in the mid to upper with a low tonight in the upper This mornings low was and yesterdays high was Lake level Canyon Lake fell slightly to this compared to yesterdays level of Texas Sunny skies and hot temperatures were expected to be the rule across Texas during the daytime hours for the rest of the week as an area of high pressure settled across the Fair skies were noted before dawn as most of the state reported fair to mild Some high clouds covered the High Plains and the Trans A few showers and thunderstorms developed in far West Texas near El Temperatures at 4 ranged from 69 at Amarillo to 82 at Wichita Winds were mostly from the south at 5 to 10 vThe forecast called for clear to partly cloudy skies to continue through Afternoon highs were expected to range from 95 to 105 over most of the Four suspects still at large after drug raid There may not be much hope of catching the four persons who remain in what District Attorney Bill Schroeder called the biggest drug raid in Comal County history last New Braunfels Police Felix Roque said Tuesday there were still four outstanding arrest warrants out of a total 35 returned by a special Grand Jury The indictments in volved over 40 counts of delivery and selling of controlled such as methamphetamines and There probably isnt much hope well catch these last Roque Ones in ones in ones in another and the fburth one weve only got a first The indictments followed a 42rnonth in vestigation by undercover Department of Public Safety with local county and city officers providing backup and assistance when DPS Narcotics Jjhomas called the raid a typical small town and said the short term impact on the citys drug traffic would be The longterm he will frankly depend on prosecution and Im earning TaxFree Interest hv investing in Insured Municipal Income Insured im cMmenl AAArdting imrnirtH of no lipping or i Id more information 173 fi9OOTf Edward Jones fr Stan Cunningham Relieffro Open the door of a gracious home during And its likely youll be greeted by the refreshing breeze from a natu ral gas air conditioning You a gas air conditioner has no compressor and only three moving Which means theres less chance ol u break a gas air conditioner comes with a 10year Thats why modern homeowners who want relief from summer heat and maintenance costs rely on gab air conditioniin ;