New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 1, 1987 : Front Page

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung April 1, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 1, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas a VI r i PO B DALL-Comal County voting precinct map, sample ballots, Pages 4, 5, 12,16A New Braunfels -LU-L New Braunfels, TexasWednesday Vol. 134, NO. 63 Two Sections, 28 PagesApril I, 1987 25 Cents High Unlay Mill Im* in the up per 7us 'Aith southeasterly breezes at (rom IU to la mph Which is about what to expect for tomorrow after ail over night low in the lower ans Thursdays high will In* in the lower 70s beneath partly cloudy shies Just a nice next couple of days with light breezes turning northerly later in the day Thursday The Menu CLASSIFIED.....MIB COMICS.............6B EDUCATION........SA KALEIDOSCOPES    12B SPORTS.........13*I SA Landfill won't be sold, waste board decides This might be fun to watch risky to do and generally something you might want to think about As part of Southwest Texas State t rovers! Ins F reew heel mg 500 w eekend the ti T co factoring team of Austin will give an expert presentation of ramp and flatland freestyle bicycle riding at IO a rn and again at ’0 p rn April ll at Bobcat Sta hum Motorcycles are of course faster and ail that but keep in mind these folks will be flying over 'tuff and smooching along the turf under leg power Thanks go to Kden Home for hosting Tuesday s seminar on Alzheimer s Disease attended by at least fib people representing a vane tv of medical arui social service agencies l o sponsors for the event were Kden Home the Area Vgency on Aging of the Alamo Area * oum'll of Governments arni san Antonio state Hospital t ome have brunch with the Taster Bunny’ A style show will augment the brunch to benefit the community ' dnve to twiild an emergen* y children s shetiei in i amal t ounty It happens at lo a rn April 4 at Soulhhank v onfereme t enter I reals for the Millets and door prizes will tie aw ante*! Tickets are S » for tog folks s for children and can Ive bought at h I ll t nm pany Das ft)) maker and The Col lect ion tine folk' all Seating I' limited so git after it Thanks for all the help to a lot ol verv good people who helped with the March 21 hid' Helping h Is Kiwi We have noted a bunch of em so far but one fine group was left out Thanks to Shady Creek flay » art* i enter Hill Country Barents Without Partners will meet in Pat s Place in i ibolo tonight for chow Strictly a social gathering no business Wear blo* Jeans if you want \ final comment on the up* outing count v and municipal elect ion Vole Turnout for the last municipal cie* Hon was dink squat Voting for the Mw aids I fidel ground Water District tioard iii late drew a whopping 71 people There are a lot of important issues facing our city in the coining anti rapidly passing years Kenneth Fled leer wrote the letter in our forum column yester day but his name was left off Ute verv tine letter intended ft* foster in vobedient iii tile electoral process Kenneth called ti* say he did not in tend (or this letter to l*e anonymous which is great Daylight saving time means we will spring forward one hour Sun day Saturday night is the tune to do the thing to the clock It used to start the last Sunday in April but the law got changed We still change hack the last Sunday in Dc MktTwo injured in mishap at Live Oak and Spur 3 Sew Braunfels police said a two McKenna Memorial Hospita fur in Police officer Jeff Jamison said car accident at I ive < »ak Avenue and juries suffered when their carscoilid Laird failed to yield right of way spur . was caused when oik* driver ed at the intersection at 4 JR p rn fade*l to yield the right ot wajp; to an Tuesday urcommg car Tuesday afternoon    Laird    was    **utht<ound    on    Lie*    v‘ak W.liamae I aird of <41-< c arxllegio when her Buick station wagon was Drive in san Antoni* and Beatrice struck by the car driven by won*ales Gonzales of 2&.>4 W San Antonio St Gonzales was driving e is’ on ^pur were t«otl» treated and released bv near san Antonio Street when she pulled into die intersection No citations were issued as of presst.mK* Laird si was treated tor neck pains and Gonzales 22 suffered minor contusionsHammond back in custody SAN ANTONIO AP A Bexar County annat* who escaped hours atter tieing convicted of * apita! murder was hack in * ustody as the punishment pha-w* of his trial continued Unlay Kart Hammond 22 w as arrested at*>ut 9 lo p in I ii**' day by a police detective J** Kamos a mend* i of ti** v ice squad Hammond ha*l eluded authorities tor almost z4 hours by hiding al Brady Greene omnium!) Health Clime near the IU car County Jail 'lieriff Marion Copeland said Kamos said fie heard the report at**ut Hammond t*«*ing spotted near th** citrin and jail an*! 'aw him running ac Toss a ti* *w nto w n st reet Kamos said he told Ha mn Hind to fr*s*z** and ran and jumped on Hammond When In* saw Hie gun in im hand he realized what By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Comal County Solid Waste Control Board decided Tuesday not to sell the city-county landfill to private waste management firms and may not enter into a lease agreement In related business, the board ap proved approximately $16. (JOO m repairs to the landfill s bulldozers n an emergency vote The board on March 19 received proposals from Browning Ferris In dustriesand W aste Management Inc to consider selling or leasing the sit* At that time County Judge Fred Clark the board accepted such pro posals because it was not pleased with the current management of the facility and because of anticipated capital outlay for equipment Clark said then We re going through with this there is no turning back According : * New Braunfels City Manager .) * M r*hie a member of thebe.* *i :^.*rd me n liers decided to reject ideas of selling the land because they wan’* d to retain cer tam amoun! f control ai the site We’ve de* ided not to sell to anybody We want the ahi’ tv to have some control, he s.. : Michie said thai if the city arid county maintain management of the landfill fee' will need adjustment “With the costs of operation, we are not making enough money to pur chase and maintain equipment ” he said The board will continue considering a management agreement with one of the :wu private v* aste disposal firms and will consider other management pos'ibilities and alter natives to operating the landfill City Council race expenditures told •*as happening I told him lion t move or 1 11 pull this trigger Kamos said Area law enforcement officials had used dogs and helicopters to try to track down Hammond who Monday was conv ated of the sept 4 rape slaying of Ikinna Lynn Vetter an FBI secretary several hours later Hammond fled the jail through an open door leading from a holding area to a visitation room I doubt very seriously he would have gotten away Copeland said Tuesday night There were too many pen pie looking tor him The punishment phase of Hammond s trial continued Tuesday despite his abseil*, e So HAVWOND Page 2A Bv DAVID MAY Stall Writer If the race for the three at large (T tv I ouncil seats were deluded by th** amount the nine candidates have spent on their campaigns the win ners would be Garv Henry Done Miller and Bill Arnold In fact through the end of March Henry had spent $5,278 >.i more than any other candidate, while receiving only I22U in contributions less that any other candidate Henry did not list any contributions of $5oor more The three council seats will be decided in municipal elections Satur day Arnold has received more con Intuitions than any other candidate to date with $4 is 99 in campaign gifts filed He is number thr**** on th* expenditure list with costs listed a* $2 9|M 14 He listed a $2ue gift giver; bv Holier* Maxwell In addition to Arnold Maxwell cor; tributed $150 to Miller Si ** to B I l’acharzina and flue to lienal' Kaderli Miller listed S 44H tx ai * sing itgr contribution' He ha' sp**nt $3, ITT 11 on his campaign Geeigc Higley ha* "at officially flied contribution or expenditure reports He submit'ed a letter to City Hall stating that he lid not intend to receive or sp*: J more than SVM) due mg his campaign He will fie required to file his rep- .r *. follow mg elections Dennis Kaderli recorded $1.670 68 in campaign expenditures and listed $1 K69 in campaign gifts Along with .Maxwell ' contribution Kaderli also listed a $2 >o gift from Amy Jordan Pacharzina reported receiving SI av in campaign contributions to date and spending $719 72 He listed gift' from Max **.    $ * from sl> David >17 from I S Signs Slut) from Jim sk.irvosky 1250 from Bo Bank'tonand$.'»»<*from Bill Worth Dennis Khoau a* counted for $1    9 ar. i- gals rn* ailing a $*>*• donation from Paul Bosenbury He has sjM*nt $1 2.(0 In* unit* rd James Goodbread reported receiving $ ,n campaign contributk-fis to late while spending $722 92 Sc* CAMPAIGN Page ?A VOCCT program offers more than grades Monica Castro displays her pride in the NBISD vocational training program she says has turned her lite around tor the better (Photo by Deryi Clark) Contest-bound students say Vo-ed offers skills, pride in achievement By SARAH DUKE Starr Writer Last September Monica * ast nu 15 thought atxiut giving up on school She was tailing tier class*--and she didn t care and she felt none ut her teachers cared either Since that time things haw tm n tnl around for her ann th*- 2* other New Braunfels Middle Nebo**! students enrolled in classes aimed at k**t*ping them in school Before to tell you the truth I was tailing I had straight F s ii? every class." Castro said about ti** performance rn school Indore enrolling in a vocational educat. program Before it was like the teachers realty didn t seem to care lf you didn t pay attention they would just send you to the of fie* or get you out of there They didn t care Then everything wa' changed c astro admits that before Inkom mg involved in the vocational pro gram she really didn t care much about school either In fact the girl said she considered quitting school But now I realize that if I don t stop and think and that if I don’t do something I’m never going to be able to do any thing she said And she has decided to make her ‘uture I astre ling has w ant • • *ut I each happen Niue se has turn*-I her st grades into all B decided to go to « Why should I to stay in this * vo don’t want to quit ( ast ro said her v * different from th* was taking It s teachers anil th** are They make y what you do We othei she said C astro rn taking charge of hei life anil her future she said she feels latter atmid herself adet spending the last seven months in the coca tional class learning things she never thought she would want to C astro wants to become an accouii taut She said she knows college is expensive and she will need good grade' lo get in but she s determin eil to accomplish her goal C astro is one of eight Vocational Office c oordinated Training students at the middle school who won the chance to attend stat** competition for the skills they learned in their class A seven member team from NBMs will compete in opening and closing ceremonies and Castro will com See VOCATIONAL Page ?A ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: April 1, 1987

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