New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 15, 1987, Page 2

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung January 15, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 15, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Weather P & Z Commission to discuss land use New Braunfels Planning and Zoning Commission plans a workshop today at 7 p.m. in the upstairs meeting room at City Hall to consider and discuss the city’s Master Plan Update. Planning Director Mike Shands said the meeting will update the land-use portion of the current plan. He noted that current properties will re main under their current zoning designations with regulation changes being considered for future rezoning requests. “We plan to grandfather everything in existence,” Shands said, adding that “we are sensitive to not causing a lot of alarm and uproar,” over current and future zoning designations. Golf Continued from Pavo I lease basis, committee chairman Bill Mabry said, “that is an option which is being looked into, but as of now that’s just what it is. an option.” In a recent interview. City Manager Joe Michie suggested that the city could turn the course over to a private group as a means of saving money by getting out of the golf course management business while creating a new revenue source through leasing agreements. Michie noted that many cities have turned their courses over to private interests. He pointed out that a benefit of using a professional management group is the resources and monies they have available to properly operate, maintain and fund needed capital improvements. If and when such a proposal comes before the advisory board. Mabry said the commute will thoroughly study and make a recommendation to council based on “what is in the best interest of the golfing public and the city as a whole.” he stated, ad- Crossword ACROSS 1 Denounce 6 Median IO Sailors patron saint 14 Tree fruit 15 Sickness 16 Restrain 17 Seat 18 Possibly 20 Pronoun 2 I Sly look 23 S Dak city 24 Pack animal 25 Cab rider 26 Small cup 30 Some test;, 34 Ascended 35 Ne*t to Au 37 Pipe fitting 38 Current unit 39 lawsuit 41 Bayou 42 Fish 43 Ship control 44 Higher 46 firma 48 Schoolroom missiles 50 Toronto footballer 52 Garment 53 Pine 56 Stoneboat 57 Joined 60 Gem 62 Alpine and 64 A Gardner 65 Army group 66 Oslo tongue 67 Do gardening 68 Darlings 69 Rapacity DOWN B Thr man V earning Go aloft AMB E "I b‘a V G* El A*D*I' O* s| sVtI ■ P I Ha L I *1 ORN* a' "til VaV G ll 't V ii sVa S c , |e' V MOS s ’ i * ARE ‘a Si C*l*A M > Vo*T ’e I E VO ’s I rn c A^ B Al Ti L' H 0 R s‘ e' tv] V c] I E J c* V V D 'c h1 jH] o ,N A Sq E p A V O’ r" A ► —i D iff ’n' T *R I WM *E K H O |a ;S i A 'n Is H *E Y E It *E *S *T Y I ra it all Arch Cap* ■ elmg an port I Arabian < Rubber it* Fort, Odyl 12 Voles kin 13 Sunday punch 19 Canadian Indian J. Ow- k i 24 Cloud 25 Charges 26 Hoist * 7 Disintegrate 28 Runner 29 Nonplus ii F' Aet ok e g 32 Uniform Prophets irritate in addition 4 I Thunger unit i « Md e he ists 33 36 40 45 Staying 47 Poured 49 Sn I land masses 51 Attire 53 Duck 54 Skin opening 55 Character 56 Peeve 5' Merchandise 58 Added 59 T,nted 6i Numeral 63 Pea* Police Report ding that any second guessing at this point would be “premature”. Mabry acknowledged communities throughout the nation have considered and allowed management groups to operate municipal golfing facilities. He said that in those cases, however, their courses were nm down and operating at deficits. “This is not the case with the luanda Park Golf Course,” Mabry said. “The course is in excellent condition and the operation and maintalnance of the course has been in the black with revenue exceeding expenditures for both fiscal years 1964-45 and 1965-86." he said, noting also that those figures do not include capital improvement costs. “The golf course is a profitable operation, especially with the new fee structures, and relieves the taxpayer from any expense of the course, placing operating and improvement costs clearly on those who utilize the facility.” Mabry said. He praised city council for “concurring with the advisory boards recommendations and making this action possible.” PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED — New Braunfels Police responded to a call Wednesday afternoon by the city animal warden to investigate the shooting in the chest of an 11-month-old male labrador mix owned by Sue Wilson, 1502 Coigne. The dog had been shot with an unknown caliber weapon, according to police reports. — A burglary was reported late Wednesday morning at the residence of David Utke, 1534 Fischer Road. A combination television AM/FM stereo receiver, AM/FM clock radio, silverware box and two pillow cases were reported missing in the breakin, at a loss of $375. — The theft Tuesday morning of a money bag containing $350 cash was reported by Jane Macredie. The bag was taken from the office portion of a residence in the 600 Block of West Coll. — Police arrested John James Robinson Jr.. 47, of 230 Caddell Lane, on class B theft charges following his alledged shoplifting of five cartons of cigarettes and three packages of beef items from the Pen Foods Store at 147 Interstate 35 W. The items were valued at $59.39. — A criminal mischief report was filed following a disturbance incident Obituaries Mayme C. Schroeder Funeral services will be held Fri day at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev. James Hinkhouse officiating. Burial will follow at Taylor City Cemetery ta Taylor. Schroeder. 73. died Jan. 14 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. The daughter of August and Katie (nee Rush) Pfluger. she was bom Dec. 20. 1913 in Pflugerville. She moved with her family to Bishop in 1926 and married Martin Schroeder on Sept. 20,1936 in Bishop. Schroeder was a teacher in Bishop public school for 38 years. She received her bachelors, masters and library science degrees from Texas AAI University. In i960, Schroeder moved to New Braunfels and was active in various organizations, including Retired Teachers Association, Newcomers Club, AAUW. and Literary Book Club. She was a member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. Schroeder is survived by her husband Martin Schroeder of New Braunfels; daughter Myrna Schoenfeld and husband Michael of Austin; son Michael Schroeder of San Antonio; and four grandchildren Pallbearers were grandchildren Shelly. Faith. Michael Jr. and Mark Schoenfeld. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday. Memorials may be made to the Hospice New Braunfels, the American Cancer Society or the charity of one’s choice. Thelma Myers Memorial services for Thelma Myers of New Braunfels will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Harold Zirkel officiating. Myers. 82. died Jan. 13 in transit to Houston Myers was bom March 7, 1904 to W M. and Eula White in Callahan County. She married Randall Myers in Baird on Nov. 6, 1945. He preceded her in death in 19B. Myers was a member of tbs First United Methodist Church, she was a number of tbs Fellowship Sunday School Class and the United Methodist Woman. CURVE INN at 785 S Hackberry Wednesday even-    Wdtfif WcltCh tag. A coffee table, valued at $79, was    "    ” w iwss reportedly damaged after being kick-    ...    .    , ed, according to police reports.    Comal River.......................407    Cfs    (Same) Canyon Lake inflow............1,509    cfs    (down    59) wnman    Canyon Lake outflow.............1,450    cfs    (same) Woman .mured    Ca(lyon Lake (#w#|...............m    7,    (dQwn    #6) A New Braunfels woman received Edwards Aquifer* •••••••••••••••••• 627.74 (Same) minor injuries in an accident    _    . Wednesday morning at the internee-    **’    For#ca$t tion of South Seguin Street and West Sa,wrd*v through Monday jahnRoad.    _    SOUTH TEXAS: Increasing Treated at the scene by EMS per- c 1?^™    MolUL    cloudy    cloudiness and chance of light rata or sonnel was 64-year-old Lois Baiidof    Saturday ^ and    Sunday^    Colder nor-    drizzle tonight and Friday. Cooler P.O. Box 1466. She was a passenger    ^    tonight and Friday L*"8 in a car driven by her daughter    J^Shs in the 40s north to the 70s south,    near 40 north to mid 50s south. Highs Teresa Letaani Baird, 26, also of New    Friday mid 405 north near 60 ***** Braunfels.    A chance of raln and turning colder NORTH TEXAS . Cloudy and col- Baird's vehicle a 1987 Olds Callas s°ut5ern sections Monday and partly der tonight and Friday with a chance trawling south on    of rata east and fmeztag rata or sleet by a 1985 Olds Delta 88 driven by Ed-    and    lows    308    "o**1    west Lows tonight in the mid 20s norway Vincent Sebera Jr., 75, of 565    m^ texas- cloudy and mid    SJT*    408 8S,theas!. Highs Willow Neither driver received in-    . NORTH TEXAS. Cloudy and cold.    Friday in the upper 20s northwest to iuries    chance    of    snow    or    freezing rata mid 40s southeast. Though no citations were issued bv    I)?rthwest    of    an    Abilene to WEST TEXAS: Cloudy tonight and police reports showed that Sebera    GainesviN« Nn« «ach day. Chance of    Friday. A chance of freezing rain, failed to yield the right-of-wav to    J? remainder of North Texas,    changing to snow north early tonight “? conru,ng F?ty A,c:rf? southeast.    mountains through Friday. Colder WEST TEXAS: Scattered snow    far west Friday. Lows tonight near IO Panhandle and scattered freezing    Panhandle to upper 30s Big Bend, rata and snow south plains during the    Highs Friday mid teens Panhandle to period. Cloudy all sections, col-    mid 40s far west and Big Bend  t.    d...especially north. Lows Panhandle vfdTwn^Pft Af    rf™', 10 to 15    20 to 28. Lows South    Texas    Weather Falls °.f Plains 12 to 18. Highs 30 to 35. Lows h^hl u u ul0, Houston, and    Permian Basin 20 to 25.    Highs 35 to    Clouds and fogginess blanketed *    40 Lows Bi8 Ben6 20s mountains and almost the entire state this morning ssrc?iSufli^ven.t0 30s along the Rio Grande. Highs 35 to as a cold front slowly plodded across First I nited Methodist Church or the 40 mountains and 50 to 55 along the Texas and sent temperatures into a charity of one s choice.    river    * downward skid To the east of the front, which stretched from Fort Worth to Midland, 1    ,    ,    a    dense and patchy fog reduced Army to Lingerie-Loving __    ,    vice posted a travelers advisory for Private: Can We Talk? tw \ r% a um a ,i ,-»v u 1 Tut* v I. ij r ,    Al so. some drizzle fell on the mid- AMK.AIL VAN BUREN:    such soldiers if they continue to die coastal plain. This is in reference to the letter from    hide such aberrations.    Then your "Private Person,” who described    advice to others in similar circum-    Early morning temperatures were himself as a slim, trim. 26-year-old. stances might change, as it should, mostly in the 50s to the south and east happily married man who is now in order to be correct.    of the cold front and in the 20s and 30s serving in the U.S. Army. His    JAY M. HAMILTON, to the north of the front. Also, problem was that he enjoyed wear    LIEUTENANT    COLONEL,    readings in the 30s were observed ta ing women’s underwear. You ad    U.S.    ARMY    (RET.),    the higher elevations of the Trans- vised the private to keep the matter    GRANT’S PASS. ORE. Pecos. P"vateY l.    j    The 4 am. extremes were 28 ci en lghten yourself regarding    degrees at Amarillo and 59 degrees the military and what it can do for DEAR ABBY: When a person at Brownsville those who find themselves bur-    says to you, “If you have no place dened w ith a desire to wear worn    else to go for Thanksgiving, you are    The forecast calls for cloudy skies en s underwear, you should call the welcome to join us.” would you call and colder temperatures through military's installation hospital and that an invitation or an insult? Friday with a chance of rata. sleet or speak to the psychiatrist about the    WONDERING    snow in many areas. Overnight lows medical and psychiatric assistance    IN ST. PETERSBURG should dip as far as near IO ta the that this man is entitled to gratis.    Panhandle but into the 20s    and 30s But now that you have already    DEAR WONDERING: It was,    elsewhere, advised the soldier to keep his    no doubt, intended as an invite-    Daytime highs should range from problem hidden, perhaps you    tion, but it could have been    the middle teens in the Panhandle to should learn w hat might happen to    more graciously extended.    near 60 ta deep South Texas. Dear Abby The System will be at: Seguin KC Hall Frida\. Jan. IG; 8:30 to 12 I)rawint; to be held for a pair of Hun Jovi and Iron Muitlen Conc ert Tickets Gonzales Hermann Sons Hall Saturda). Jan. IT; l> to I > l<> iii>-iiii.. r. Mi •mid v '» a -1 iii oil iiiiiiilav I Fn Jan 16*8 00 12 00 | Chef Houston and Tho Cooks 4 Sat , Jan 17 • 9 OO I OO    I I Rob Watkins    t > Sun Jan 18*500 11 00 Jam Bastion • 2 Way Street Cofiald Bros. and many more The K.I.D. Company's 1/ Price Sale 2 Days Only Fri. & Sat. Jan. 16th & 17th Save 50% on Name Brand Clothing for Boys and Gilds All Sizes Kid Company    Courtyard Center . MPW! LUTHER Kine. JR- I    'I    a    ,' t v-'?-    4 La Vernia C of C Hall Sunda). Jan. 18; 8:30 to 12 Bank Closing Tho following financial Institutions will be domd Monday Jan. 19,1987 Texas Commerce Bank 24 Host Citizens National Bank >4 How "J—* San Antonio Savings & Loan Association First Federal Savings & Loan NowDi—dsl> Skrtgf8wMMCoi Wimberly MBank-New Braunfels MPACT Banking 24 Hours Dolly New Braunfels National Bank PImso ananas buslnass accordingly. Hurald-Zritung (USPS 377 900) Published Sunday morning. Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S Casten Ave . or PO. Drawer 311328. New Braunfels. Texas 7S13M 328. Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co. at New Braunfels. Texas. DAVID KRAMER Editor and Publisher JIM WEBRE Managing Editor DEBORAH LAWRENCE Office Manager SANDI HUTTER Retail Advertising Manager CHERYL MCCAMPBELL Classified Manager CAROLAVERY Circulation Manager MAGGIE LOMBARDO Composition Foreman GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman DANA OVERSTREET City Editor WANDA LASATER Lifestyles Editor TOM LABINSKI Sports Editor Subscription Rates (includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays. Blanco and Kendall counties: three months. 010.09; six months. $19.02; one year, $34. Senior Citizens Discount (carrier delivery only); six mon tbs, $15.83; one year, $21.49. Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas: three months. $19.13; $ix months, $34; one year, $43.75 Mail outside Texas: six months. $42; one year. $70. lf you have not received your mumm* by 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, or by 7:3$ e.m Sunday, call 42*9144 ar 4561900 by J p.m. and ll a.m.. respectively- Postmaster: Band address changes lo P.O. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: January 15, 1987

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