New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 18, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 18, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 18, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Unicorns clinch soccer playoff spot, Page 11A Hometown, Page3B JIH. New Braunfels, TexasWednesdayMarch 18, 1987 25 cents Vol. 134, No. S3 Two Sections, 26 Pages Stammtisch \ r Any of you out there attend Tascosa High Schcx)l in Amarillo'’ lf you did and graduated in 1%7, which narows the field down «i bit >ou ha\e a class reunion August 28 2*4 in of course Amarillo Folks having information on the whereabouts of THS grads circa I%7, please contact Lynn Harvey Hatfield by writing to tier al HOK Carlton st Amarillo Texas 79lo*3 New Braunfels Area guilt Guild will meet at s 30 a rn Saturday March 21 in New Braunfels Presbyterian Church 37 Howard Program includes a business mating show and share and planning for the HRW quilt show I he public iv tn\ lied Greater Now Braunfels Chamt**r of Commerce iv preparing for the Big Fvent the ls«7 Texas legislative I onference March 26 27 at the ( ink Center James \ Baker I S Treasury secretary will tx* feted av I ex,in of the A ear while I s sen Lloyd Bent.sen will in* the conference s lunc heon speaker lf you want to attend, and ynu will tw* tetter informed about a lot of things if you do contact the chamber for registration informa Hon lf you get over there by March 20 the cost is Bf) for tx»th days events $55 if vou don t mm » “ /lr- Good tilings come in small packages alai Hie forecast is sii short It just tlas to — ^ qualify Perfect % /£ weather for gettm , out and atsiut r>*-flying kites witllih^^^ just maybe cutting^^1 off your old blue jeans Sunny skies tins afternoon and tomorrow with a high to day in the upper 70s before dipping into Hie tow *os tonight Thursday s high should I** near ho That s right Ho with light southwesterly breezes of about lo mph The Menu CLASSIFIED.....MIB COMICS.............6B EDUCATION.......UA KALEIDOSCOPE.112B OBITUARIES.......2A SPORTS.........HUA °* nwuc Mn it Michie’s priorities culled by one item; business garbage rates under review - rn rnmk * ‘It sounded like a shot’ By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Budgets revenues, police fire sign control, tube chute concession and sanitation They're taking them one day at a time at City Hall The list is one item shorter now as sanitation was scratched Monday from City .Manager Joe Michie s list of immediate things to do The question of whether to veek pm ate contractors for bids to collect the city s garbage was canned this week by the administrator following what he called non support from city council arid throughout the commune tv We can turn our attention toother things now Michie said from his of "We can turn our attention to other things now." Joe Michie NB City Manager flee Tuesday afternoon A conference scheduled for this afternoon to begin accepting bids from private waste disposal management firms has been cancelled We nipped it in the bud.” Michie said Four firms were expected to submit proposal' for sanitation rights to the city Council is expected at its March 23 SeeGARBAGE Page 2A B* SARAH DUK t stat! Wr lira department of Public .safety employees 'aid it sounded ok** a bomb went oft when a station wagon driven by Katrina scott lunged into tt>e side of their office building at on Interstate .» W Tuesday afternoon New Braunfels Police officer Kuvveli Bell wav inside lh** budding at the time of the accident We juvt heard something uke a shot going <>(! It rcallv sounded like someone h.:d shot a gui. These dour* Hew open a little bit When we went out she wa' still sitting in the car he said scott til 'aid the car took oft after she slipped it into gear to release the emergency brake To get the emergen cv brake off vou put it in drive Then the brakes just didn t do anything she said adding she tried to stop the car l>efore it hit the building st ott said she has driven since the age of 13 and this was her first accident She had been at the DPS office to have tier driver's license renewed The car jumped over a * urb and across a sidewalk before colliding with the brit k wall of the building The wall was t racked to Hie roof and caved in several inches Inside the wall was intact but protruded where it had t**eti hit DPS officials were unable to estimate repair costs D1 'N officers s«»id Scott would not tx* cb el for the at cident Scott said she and her husband hail just bought the HRW .Mercury station wagon in February The car Aas no* damaged in the accident Scott u>k ed that she could have.made the DPN office a drive through area Police search for Kendall escapee Friday deadline to enter cats in Mission City Cat Club show A lady bus driver for New Braunfels Indejjendent s< bool District catted yesterday to con plain Blat she and othet female drivers comprising roughly two thirds of the disirit f s 28 ut driver ranks dun i have a nice plait* to uh to go pifly We went out to th* transportation barn at NHIiS and waited wfille the manager Ha re called and said the assistant superintendent was on his way over to disi uss plans for adding ap piopnate facilities lo the motor j*o*»| complex \t present fbi* ladies aud met flames and such all us** a com mon facility a Jerry Jon winch the lady and friends calling us s.,id they ll itll I f like lite assistant superintendent called bai k after a Unit 47 minutes anti said everyone was tied up in a meeting (hi well as you can s«*« the portable stall isn t that bad. or is it B, SARAH DUK f St*** WO it rf Mission i lly t at tTut* plans to donate a portion of the funds rats«*d at its Upturning i at show to the New Braunfels Area Human* So* ety Hot eft Moore tm** of the show organizers stud the show alw av s at tracts a variety of jteople to the < ivu t enter Nome of Huts** jieople are true cat lovers others prefer to watch Ha* cat tov mg p**ople h*- said The Fourth Annual Mission t tty t at stniw will (*e belli April 4 and > While Moore said this show pro noses to have its share of prim and proper expensive i als there is a large category reserve! tot the regular everyday house cat The of tic tai deadline tm entering cats is Friday The only d»v ision in the I iou se hold div ision is by color and long or short ti.ut    he said Moore said while some cats love the attention at th* show otliers don t care for the noise and chaos of the crowd«*d aiea It is very stressful on some of the cats he said Moore said household cats are judged ai cording to cleanliness And if the cat takes off the arm of lf ie judge it s not going lo do See CATS Paqe 2A r Bv DAVID MAY Start Writer Law enforcement per'onnr throughout Central and south lex.e are on the lookout for a convicted armed robber who escaped from Kendall < bunty jail late Tuesday The breakout occurred when the sheriff there unwillingly aided the felon s escape by providing him with a pair of wire cutters he used to cut through the facility s fence The inmate cut his hand while slicing through a fence surrounding the recreational area grounds at the jail A spokesman with the Kendall County sheriff s department said authorities are concentrating their efforts around Kerrville where Ibm ingo Cruz Garcia 26 reportedly ha' relatives Garcia pleaded guilty last Thur' day to charges of robbing a Boerne convenience store and was sentenced *    » year'm the Texas Department J Corrections He Jso had been sentenc'd to ’■* years in prison after pleading guilty to a Ken Ville depart men! store holdup The sheriffs spokesman said today transfer of Garcia to TIK' was del aye*! because the prison system was not accepting inmates Garcia is described as 5-feet 6-i ne bes tall and weighing atmut 180 pounds He has black hair brown eyes sports a moustache and was wearing white jail overalls at the time of his escape He had not been located as of presstime today Kendall < ounty sheriff Le** D S pain said he gave the inmate a pair of w ire ( Utters See ESCAPE Page 2A ^L^'OUAjrn von^-)R KS GARY HENRI City Cornic The April 4 S cat club show has c ategones for all types of cats including the normal house* at sue ti as this one en toying the sunny weather with owner Roy Lehmann iPhotoby Leslie Kriewaldt i (>**auty and personality Ii your cut has fleas don t even (Hither br mging it he said ... ■RIC Ii CITY . CAD to discuss lease, new budget Candidates take to the road Comal Appraisal District dire* tors will met*! Thursday night to discuss their lease agreement with Bu llard Seidel and receive a preliminary copy of the bikh budget The meeting will begin at 7 til p in at the Appraisal District of flee at 644 N l.*H>p tJ7 Following a presentation by Heed & Co on Hie district s im audit directors will discuss the im carryover balance and a re fund of such amount Directors then will discuss a re quest to nntifv taxing jurisdictions of a proposed HRC budget amend ment Although th** Texas Attorney General s office bas ru!«*d that the appraisal district may enter into a long term agreement for the pur chase of land and construction of a new building chief appraiser K Kichard Khodes Jr said last week that he is not sure the district needs new offices Directors are expected to discuss the extension of the district s lease agreement with landlord Seidel for the continued us** of the current CAD offices The public will have a chance tonight to get it straight from the horses mouths .it a Meet the Can uidate Forum at 7 p rn at liolv Family Catholic Church hall Jointly sponsored by the New Braunfels Herald /.viiuun anil the District Dm* Task Force the forum will Lh* moderated by Fmily Davila Fach of th** nine candidates tor three at large 't ats on New Braunfels Citv Council is planning to attend the question and answei session Candidates will U* allowed three minutes to make remarks and state their qualifications for council Candidate introduction will I** followed by can dtdates responses to questions submitted by audience members Fach candidate will In* allowed *»o seconds to respond Candidates will then respond to questions from the media including representatives from the Herald and Times Guardian and from KGNB KNBT Kadio Fach candidate wilt In* allowed IM) seconds to respond lf time permits additional questions from the media or audience will then tit* Gelded bv candidates at the end of the forum Candidates in the April 4 city elections are Rev Bill Arnold George Bigley Guadalupe Castillo. James Goodbreud Gary Henry Dennis kaderli. l><»ug Miller. Bob Paeharzina and Dennis Khoads Absentee voting began Monday and will continue through at City Hall between 8 a in and 4 p rn through March 31 Also on the April 4 ballot are foul amendments to the city charter Amendment I changes the dates of citv elections to the third Saturday in May according to pro cedule set by the state Amendment ll means sue eessful candidates lot city council would take office at the first regular meeting of the council after canvass mg of the votes. Amendment 111 provides that election of may take place at the same post-canvass meeting and Amendment IV provides that election of mayor pro tem also take place at the meeting At least two mole candidate forums are planned before election day one by American Association of I’niversity Women and New Braunteis Board of Realtors ;

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