New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 14, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 14, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Karate more than fighting, Page 6/Jackson on city spending, Page 4 New Braunfels New Braunfels, TexasTuesday April 14, 198"’25 Cents One Section, 12 Pages ., Stammtisch c . S Herald H White oilers a hit of useful advice although he mas not win prizes among caterpillers Say S I ie! aid    I am sure all o! New Braunfels is tieing devastated t v what Mime vail Army Worms or the I- astern tent i aterptller I h«*v are just all over and x*ern to favor ms fruit trees and lave Oaks I would uke to pass on a possible solution I have found that bv first apply ,ng a band of two rn* h duct tape around the t in undereat e of the tree alout three to tour bx! up (rom the ground ami then coating it with a thin coal of Itthium based greas*' ttves** worms will no! en ss 'he grease and will congregate below this tIrving to figure how to tress d >o it ships the worms from going up ami it also stops the ones coming down on thick bark like Live Oaks tfu* tape should !** pressed in the grooves and s«*cur**d every six im bes or so with a staple into die thick part of the hark I*" not staple or thin burked trees The duct tape should last the few more weeks the worms will f*- w ti us and therm can t** removed and toss ed away I ** a lithium bused grease as a heavy rath will mil wash it away uke ordinary grease Then lf this works for you k,- « d. I for me mark your .-«m* ca.erda to repeal this prtsess aroumt the tits' of \prtl to get a head start on th* problem Mi1 adds that when the confuse*! worms gather atune and t*eiow 'fie greased duel tape he goes out arui spiavs witll applopriutt insecticide an*! *i|o out hordes of em Neat tnt k hull sh David chairman of I'omul * entr.t Xppraisai District s <d dirts tors makes tf||s ode! ’» will ans wet anyone s questions a flout the p roj s. s«*, I boa* * \D budget in t«erson ami ut* front and persor al Kl Vttendance at r XI* meetings generally is not a great many pts, pie and David wants tofu* suit von cerned citizens who have not attend t il meetings have an opportunity to get a direct answer t all David a' *,2.» H i >4 or go bv fits off n e at 4 I J \ s Seguin Die Her.ihi .e/hz/rg is complin g a . st tot pub!ii at ion of spit tai v, > v u es and events a ss** lated wit? Laster Sand av lf your church or i iv ii organization has something Nh*, la? planned call W alula I.as.jet at cJ » **l 44 to public i/e tile act v tv ti *5 A" V.    V    J—* Monday s spring showers have given way to glorious skies and warm temperatures Imlay and VVednesday* will tie sunny and warm with a high today in the upper 70s and north winds of la 30 mph lonigfit w ill U* perfect for a romantic walk under the ligfit of (tie moon Tile low w ill tie in tile mid 4os just cool enough Wednesday s high will Ik* in the low nos and winds will Ik* from the west at lo bi mph The Menu CLASSIFIED.......9    11 COMICS.............8    9 CROSSWORD.........3 DEAR ABBY..........3 INSIGHT..............S OPINIONS.  .......4 SPORTS...............6 Erben is NewBraunfels'mayor Council unanimous for mayor’s post, Chapa sees 4-2 vote for mayor pro tempore I i. Arnold Doug Miller. Jim    Good bread Bill Arnold begin three-year terms: Tieken. Winkler exit George Eft po eft ac B? auf **-* s V 3av 3r'* gratuities fc ' i e> , * ' s held before Photos bv i t Ne? DPS reports alcohol factor in fatal wreck Several hurt in three accidents H, SAW AH O SIK'* *Vr It i X IO y amal ( th I *« 'Kfc ^roadside t «e i i va e age rn Au'!ti Hosp is I- Ms I % I*' I ft 11 M* Ken lek up ti Id New lf ic con •Is Fire rom the lh of th PlCkUD M ardor id mc th B . O A V ID M A Y Stab triter \ unified council and close teamwork will be needed among council mem liers to solve problems facing lh** ti tv sa I new v elected Mayor George Krben Monday night k rU*n replaced District t cum ii rn an Kd Sciantarelii av mayor in a unanimous vote by council l ouncil was less unified in ifs re election of District . representative Ka mon < hapa dr as mayor pro tem for a second term Council voted 4 2 to keep ( hapa as mayor pro tem w itts >i lantarelh and at urge councilman dames Good bread voting no \,si> i ounc welcomed two new menders Doug Millet and Bm Xrnoid and said goodbye to Barbara 1'ieken and Max VV inkier who between them have served the * tty for well ovi, lo years I would Ilk** to thank * ounc ii tor placing Us entin* trust and confidence in me to elect me as mayor Krhen told I he near capacity throng assembled Monday nigh! ('hapa nominated Frben and was seconded by District 2 ounc 11 man Un ame K? at* Nominations were then closed md count u voted unanimously to s,»ai Y rben .is mayor I sik forward to working togetfiei 'o>e and : w* w >rk as a team we can get a lot t things accomplished I here are a lot Of ditfk ult task' ahead of us and togethei we i ai get the jotf done Krt***n st ated < in Ins term as mayor tv tantar* 111 said I enjoy** I u It bas been a teal learning expel enc** and there ar* aits of ..’bef p«*ople OR otUlii jUatlfied til'! We a;. nee share in th** expenenc*• and »»ppot ’unity ti. 't*t v« X? .arg*- rep resee t at v«- ar.* new councilman I >• ag Miller then nominal**'! * hapa to starve t is second term as mayor pro-tem and was seconded again by Krait Nominations were then closed arui th** roil called a? sciantarelii and *ioodbread voting no ( hapa thanked the councilmen who nominated a voted for him and said there were no hard levin. towards Sciantarelii and Goodbread I have tried t best the last year and those who voted against me are * titled to their opinions and there are no hard tilings said I hope we can work together a> th** wa? to gresses Sciantarelii presented Tieken and Winkle! with p ques commemorating them for their semo* on conn* Both ha*.** served as mayors and mayor* pro tem I irk has served since I ‘•Tv and Winkle! since it*H4 and I-received several round' *> applause is they step? down lbs t>**en a challenge and it said VV inkier who expressed g received while a count, dinar and wished new me luck People time and agatt say how In you bike »! grievant es barbs and that cry very few There are dozen and who let you know they care XX inkier als** praised * Uy Manager .lo* Mud « an staff who he t ailed very professional Likewise Tieken praised culled and stall at I than* those who supported her throughout he! t**rn. She spot changes sh** has witnessed while serving and uu citizens and council to tun. its attention ' Kin to Hi* i* range planning ut tuture w aivr resouri es in < tinini < « bu ar* **n very lnterestem ude for til** suppor im*I iev e in De*nile wit Over the past nine vt ars I ha something called dynamo* equil f>ru what w»* take out I f.avt- witnesser ome t< that u. pp*,!’ flack Set COU NC I L Page Michie presents balanced 1988 budget to city council B , DAVID VAY SfjM VV rifer transported 'o*n. .».**' * barie/ 12 to southwe?* Hospital in San XlUonto ( barie/ remains in tfie tensive tai* urn! of lf. ID'"* troop**? Lu Mont* * hild was found undei I mu k in th* northbound I. •in* • dial I >i HI t hospital <1 said th* I he* picku; h* of th* in lei stat** alt**! til*- ti* ideli! Hose lax* Dickerson 47 win* was driving til** i at Ilia! sti ll, k the park **d pickup is mull i investtgatioi Un driving while intoxicated DI'" ut Ileitis said a blood test snowed the alcohol content in th** woman s blood was u 24 shortly after th** accident I ti** legal limit is o lo alcohol content Charges ar** pending against th, woman Munford saui I Mi kers«>n who listed her address as to Lim Hood in Killeen nevei applied Lei t»i .k, -lie tore stnkmg flu* pickup I he woman was alone in her * ai The front end of bet cai was crushed almost back to tin* bai k seat Dial had to fw* a tremendous impact bn atis** she revel touched a brake the troop* ! said Mantoid was unable to estimate Dickerson s speed at the time of the accident but said witnesses indicated the woman w as iii iv mg very fast and was weaving across lanes before the accident Xllei sh** bu her impact brought (i cor get ow n , family menu Two ".in Xi serious rn it car in w fit, ii they ed oft I XI .’*>. flea id ( any on I .ake I remains in the i r was in lh oi Mendo/u *> and ll Bere/ gave a • ■ss wfille all other ii*• from Xtistin • > i esidents suffered "af Ut day A lien the* were riding plung HD * reek south ae W tench -4 al care unit of X budget ba an **•• through ten tatsve increases rnpropertv taxes in lei gov, ? nmenta lr ai.si* * s ar-1 funds derived I rom creation <c ndusinai distr Hts along with a bai dc? from the capital improvement bond fund was presented to New Braunfels I itv ( 'mini ti Monday night I ti*’ budget also showed the dele tim ut one patrolman and mu* criminal investigator iron, Police I‘hie! Burney Boeck > requested budget as well as a percent pay raise for city employees Fiscal bin? KH s total operating budget and anticipated revenues s’ .ii I a’ >    4    *4 Atm *    <    pl*'*’ Us an increase in expenditures of ll 4 percent and revenu*" of I* ( percent •iv **r the current v ear Betide Monday > uux*tit.*, rh* re quested budget of '■ •*• tai ain re illumed unbar a need t»y some >1 million with most id that imntng t rom increases within pol ic* *n» tire departments operating lur; is t.H.*cause id additional person! .«*. B<»ei k had pro}K)s**d live addrtiona patrolmen two en rn ma:    ii: vestigators aru! three clerical person n**i X recently pertormeii police nianag«’ment study revealed th mug! the department was undermanned t»\ atmut IU patrolmen and did not meet state taw « pers*din** Included tictpated r* lit' Brooke Ai my Medu al' enter "Ii** is listed nr 'tafrle condition w uh spinal cmd injuries Two other per sons in the i.ii were treated for minor injuries Id's I r<»opm Boget Dar/a at tributed saturday s accident to ai*olio! saving th** drivel of the car Boger I>mum 27 appeal,*d to U* in toxicatiHl DPS officials are waiting for the results of a blood test to deter mine ifit* alcohol content iii (Irimm s bliHKl at tile timeot the accident ( lit lot d helio. J I of UNH VS Pl'Ut m "an Xntonio is suspected of Ills s** cond olfens** of driving while mtox coted The man and two oilier in dividuais sutfertx) minor injuries Sunday evening on ( anyon Park Boud near Canyon Lake Id's of til ia!s said Delco s blood test showed his alcohol content wash 17 Drainage committee will review proposals April 21 X public meeting ut New Braunfels Drainage Advisory Committee to discuss proposals from engineering firms interested in contracting w itll the city to per turin a watershed managment xtuifv has U***n slated im Spi ll J! hie meeting will U*gin at 7 iii j» iii at the meeting room of tin utilities and all interested are urg ed to attend The committee will review pro posals and make a recommend;! Hon to council at its April 27 >es sion Xpnl JI was one ol two *u, gusted dates for the hearing The other date which would have t>eeri Wednesday night wa' iii conflict with many council menders I inmate goal ol entering into a contract with a firm to perform such a study is to dev ise a full set of ordinances to control develop ment and iuture expansion rn mi< ( a way as not to adversely affixt residences and proper tit s downstream through water runoff of three-quarters of a md to* **i Hi* umt* sa tthm i it % .iinit.v Vis,* ( tty Managi‘1 .lot* Xliclnepii* pus**,; creation of an Industrie? district and related conttactural agreements out Md* the t it v not' which would genet alc »*•* -h •• v revenues i'hei ity man#g*'? also sug g«*ste*l al, sric i»«i rj ansfc? Horn tin capital improvement timid lumi tot ■justified administrative 'Uppmi services in CiKirdination oi tins j*i»» gram wtmti would provid** reno horsemen! tor supjxn i s«*rvn *•> sui I .is adnunisti ation finance i>udget a, i ountmg and engineering New Brauniels I Billie'isexpe, led »it its Xpnl to nu***t mg to act on th** 11 tv ' Pans!**! request whlit* couikiI will s i tti** actual property tax i at* increase at a spei tai meeting May Id X public hearing to discuss the pro jsis**d tax late increase is schedule I for May 4 (ouncil plans to approve the tits! reading of the proposed budget Mas Id wit ti th* second arid third reading' due May 2t> and Junt K respectively ( ouncil Munday voted unanimous Iv to increase ad v aim em i ates als ,, f percent of the cut rent rate of Set* BU DGL T Pki, ;

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