New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 24, 1987, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 24, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas insight Sunday, May 78 198f _ Herald/e/funp New Braunfels fora',    Pay**    SACity wide trash , clean-up continues New firaunfet c known for in    Katurdav Via,    rn    Jo us** the river its people and its scenery    landfill person must    show proof One thing the city isn t known for    ttf resident*, On!;    pa    kup truck    | anrJ no one wants i trash I fiat    or small utility Ira    er    may ta- u-    I why the * st y of New Braunfei t    ed for this purpose conduct inn its ntv wide prmg Residents ai bing to take ad | cleaning    vantage    of the extra pick up arr* j f its trash * few- xiii    tx* roller    askr*d    to place item- near the    i ting garbage that    normally    street    no later than I *0 a rn the    J wouldn t tx* coiler ted You name    day of r oller t ton it they ll take it just afxrtit lamb** tumid tie tied and should I hat oid couch that the r at ripped    p*• in    bundle*    of no mon* than lo up the television that blink and    limbs    no longer than I feet blrxip the lawn chair that base ! rolleetion date are May 2* ! been the ame mr r* chubb, oid    and 27    a "I or* da, and Wedne -dav    I Aunt Sail,    ,«t '»ri it    par k ’ up    tx*< au    eof the Memorial hay boll    t and the* it y will haul it riff    dav on Monday June I ,»od aura    i bocal residents have con    i tributed millions of pounds a. Area,*, north of We-1 San Antonio \ trash during the past three event    street and Common arc .cheduled    j In 10Kf> cit y (rew. roller fed    p,r Monday rollerlion area    I ‘♦♦xi <ex pound* of ira ti Iii    out* of West ir Antonio 're«* crews collected I Jal 7Vt pound    ,,r,q ('orr.:*ion have T'lesday r oi    | of stuff    lection Thr* r tty county landfill will be I open and Irx a1 residents may haul    • u J their unwanted Item and dump    clear    »p ai    the I'ubh >•    rk. I them free rjf chargr* tar aaa rnorr* !i< >■ x «.» City-wide ( clean-up motions |E) Knowledge of facts crucial in war against substance abuse By JOHN I WALKER M O Rob Eversberg s successful drug information rally “Kids That Know” held at the Oaks Shopping ( enter this Friday reflects the community’s concern alout drug abuse Here is what everyone should know coner mug drug abuse* THE ORIGINS OF ABUSE People use drugs for tv. reasons I» to obtain a euphoric state and 2 to redo* discomfort An individual sees others using drug I h* individual decides to try it just once hut the drug reduces tension and the individual begalls to use dom to “feel better ” Drug abuse turns to addiction when the body develops tolerance for the drug and more « j more of it is needer! to produce the same effect Denial becomes a major obstacle in treating drug abuse The individual begins to excuse his drug u-**    , and tells himself that his problem is not as had as others or that he can stop using the drug anytime he wants to COCAINE Cocaine sold in powder form is gener ingested by snorting Cocaine produces a pleasurable body sensation described as a rush of energy and vigur that generates feelings of renewed strength and en durance that tends to last about lo minutes requiring an additional snort to maintain the feeling Cocaine -> highly addictive and can produce unpleasant effect s such as anxiety, rapid heart beat, blood pressure ele a Hon. headaches, nausea, and even death FREE BASING Cocaine is seperated from its salt base with ether and the granules of pure cocaine are smoked Free basing can become so important to an addicts life that it excludes everything else Heavy usage can cause extreme paranoia CRACK More addictive than regular cocaine, crack is smoked rather than snorted, and unlike free basing requires no special preparation paraphenaiia The euphoric feeling that lasts for about 20 minutes is followed by and equally devestating depression creating the need to smoke again This cycle of highs and lows contributes to and reinforces the addiction ALCOHOL Alcohol can permanently destroy brain cells; produce inflammation of the nerves, destroy liver functioning, and weaken the heart and blood vessels The benefits of alcohol are not worth the dangers. MARIJUANA Marijuana ingestion produces a light headed giddy feeling time distortion arid reckless behavior Long term use leads to apathy and social withdrawal HASHISH Hashish is a concemtrated form of man Juana Texas congressmen’s assets listed under disclosure report STIMt LAN TS Amphetimines commonly called pep pills, an* the most widely known and frequently abused stimulants The consumption of amphetimines results in a temporary f**ehng of exhilaration hyperactivity, loss of apetite and extreme amounts of energy and talkativeness Withdrawal causes extreme depression CRANK Crank is a crystalline powder of methuin phetamine that can be snorted but usually is injected It causes a very intense rush la ting ttxruf m minutes Many chronic users become paranoid with auditory and visual hallucinations DEPRESSANTS Downer * Redbird. Goofballs, Red Devils. Barbs all are slang terms for sedatives hyp nolle d.-ugs that produce drowsine s or lethargy slur red speech. unsteady gate quit V. temper faulty judge ment and depression HALLUCINOGENS There are several hallucinogens on the elicit drug market PCF USD Mescaline Psilocybin to name a few I hese drugs cause mystical thinking and visual hallucinations PCP is especially dangerous as it causes acute paranoia NARCOTICS Heroin Opium Morphine Codeine Dilaudid are generally inje< ted direr fly into the blood stream ECSTASY Methoxylated amphetamine MDMA known as Ecstasy or Adam is said to relax inhibitions and enhance communication It also produces fluctua lions in blood pressure circulatory collapse psychotic episodes and brain damage DESIGNER DRUGS These are drugs that are man factured in kitchen laboratories for street sale A ver aion of the anesthetic, Fentanyl, is a heroin-Iike powder that can result in sudden death MTP! can produce Parkinson s Disease like symptoms whereby the individual becomes rigid and immobile with a very slim chance of recoverv INHALANTS Glues paints, lacquer thinners nail polish, gasoline ether can produce an anestnesia-hke high Inhalant useage can result in brain damage, loss of muscle coordination, liver damage and kidney disease TO STOP ABUSE To help your child overcome the temptation to use drugs, become an informed parent Get all the facts about drug abuse by attending lectures and seminars, and openly discuss the drug scene and facts about drugs with your children Teach your child strong personal values by encouraging your children to develop positive personality traits Mrang self esteem self respect and confidence Teach youi children to accept themselves and to love themselves Dr Walker is medical director of Hill Country Hospital iii San Antonio and maintains a private psychiatric practice in New Braunfels WASHINGTON AP Her** it alphabetical list of lexas con gressmen followed by their appro* im ate ranges of income assets and liabilities based on I‘JU*, financia disclosure reports released Thurs day Members are not required to in elude values for residents or spouse*, salaries although some de The in come figures ar** for other san con gressional salaries Where there is no range the member reported an exact amount ANDREWS, MICHAEL ncome $.io OOO $65 OOO assets $ so boo $.150,001) or more liabilities ?70,utn $165,OOO or more ARTHER BILL income $114 5oo*2Sl.o1 IO a.-.sets ll it 5,16 liabilities none ARMEY RH HARD $2,000 $6,000 assets $20 OOO $*7 liabilities $20 000-$65.00U BARTLETT STEVE    come $74 972-$155.472 asset- $w>5.0Oo $1 220,OOO or more Hat Hie-$115 000 $300,000 BARTON JOE income $2.‘Mio $5,500, assets. $80.OOO $2"0.OOO. liabilities $15 000-$50 OOO BOULTER BEA!    lr $5,OOO $16,OOO, assets $ $105 OOO liabilities $45 OOO $15 BROOKS, JACK    in $129,500 $187 OOO assets ll . $3,195,000 or more Hah $250 U00-$850 OOO or more BRY.ANT JOHN Received extension BUSTAMANTE. ALBERT in come $7,50o-$9.5oo, assets. S130.000-$550.<*00, liabilities $240,000-$* to,OOO CHAPMAN JIM    income $11,300 $34 1)00, assets $145.OOO 700,000, liabilities. $45,000-150 OOO COLEMAN RON    —    income $1,000-14 500. assets, $105 000 $265,000. liabilities. $120.OOO-$270duo COMBEST, LARRY income $3,500 $9,500 assets. $115,000 $300,000 liabilities $65,000-$ 150 OOO DP: UA GARZA KIRA income none assets $15,000 $50,000 liabilities none De LAY, TOM income $6,700 $7,700 assets. $115,000; liabilities none Pl ELDS .JA* K income $11 OO* $22 xxi. assets VMI mo $ *xk ** liabilities $70,OM) $165 one PROST MARTIN    income $10 OOO $64 tot $590 OOO liabl tie- $j»' GONZALEZ HP; NR 5    B    ,n come none assets none liabilities none HALL RALPH income D jd $180 Mi or more assets $2 I tx tjoo $ 1.6IO,Otto or more liabilities $990 'i***) $2 to*) M* or more LEATH MARVIN    income $70,i)00-$ 167,OM or more assets I 965,000 $    025    OO*)    or    more ibiiltie- $795 *■*> Ck* OO* .rrv.r*- LELAND MI* EEV income $ 17 0<»o $107 ooo assets $540 oon $1,255,000 liabilities $150,000 int 41 *10*) ORTIZ SOLOMON income $15 OOO $55 OOO assets $45 OO*) SITO OOO liabilities none PICKLE J J income $132 207 $ :‘J8 2*f7 a set-5 $i OHO ** I 2t<*i Xx» or more liabilities $, * **> kexxi lax SMITH LAM [tension cd an .STENHOLM ( HARLES in come $52 150 $15 » 65*i    assets $804 5*>*j $1 638,000 or more .abilities $165 t)»X* $465 *4 SWEENEY MA* income none to $_ xxi assets $15 mO-fSOMH) liabilities $15, OM* $5*i at* WILSON CHARLES    ncome $20NXM) $68 IMM! assets $300 OOO $75 5**00 liabilities $24*1,(xx $645.0*** WRIGHT JAMES    income $ DM 114 $262,006 assets $206,006-$ 4>) 4*I liabilities $7*J M sIB*i (JOO icome 0) OOO 5 3)00 come *50, nobilities. an Public Meetings New Braunfels City Council will meet in regular session Ma 26 beginning at 7 to p rn in the meeting room of the Utilities The second reading of the 1987 88 operating budget is among items for council consideration Comal Count* Solid Waste Control Board will meet May 27 at ll a rn on the third floor of the courthouse annex The board will open pro posals from prospective purchasers of the city county landfill New Braunfels City Council will hold a special session May 27 at 7 30 pm in the meeting room of the Utilities to discuss bids received for the sale of the landfill and either accept or reject the bids Comal County Commissmers will meet in regular session May 28 at lo a rn on the third floor of the courthouse annex A pre agenda workshop is slated to start at 9 a m Discussion of bids received for the purchase of the landfill will be discussed New Braunfels Utilities Board of Trustees will meet May 29 at 4 30 p rn in the meeting room of the Utilities Trustees will discuss and con sider approval of the city s requested additional transfer request con sider approval of * anyon Hydro electrical facility contracts and discuss capital improvement bond proposals ;

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