New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 5, 1987, Page 4

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 05, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 5, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2    ~-Petition__ Continued from paqe l^ee xa id he ha* no* r*ee- •• * - v concerning the matter except bv a party of four opposing ire ie-annexation I have no opinion a? all I>ee -aid and *he people who I have talked to were against the deannex at son I have n^* vet ne**" asked to ge* ,nvoi - ed A bill present!',' m the senate Education < mr." dte* could affect the outcome of *re xebec district dispute he’ A'eer >( U ISP and >c>me Universe ( .*> residen’s HB IftlT already pa>'^d through, the House of Represent v. *x concerns school district hound ar;, changes Both boards of trustee*; ouid have to ap prove arc, ie ar.r.exatior such as the one curren*iv '.<-:rg requested bv ’n*-Universal f. st> group State Senators Judith Zaffirim and Frank Tejeda represent the distr)-* involved r the controversv lejeda s aide indie ated her office has heard from both xsijpv in the conflict l^ap >a>d he r as drsr jx«y*d the ’-sue with off/ a- from ’ r versa' ( -tv who inform r, rn a petition rn • -Mr g circulated in ‘r at city Opponents of de- annex a? or have not of fie la v or garc zed but Byron Nichols said ne wrriid r*e a .bg to head a group ;f *    -    d move necessary In an early survey of the area Nit hois sa-d he visited approx rca’e Iv 55 bores lr, the ’ reversal City residents area and univ one person tie spoke *0 favored ’he - A i’ct 'ror-SCI r ISP to .lispSystem___ Conftnueh from Page I past must now comply with nty or dinar/ es The otter informed residents that a perm/ must be obtained through City Hall A /m IO days of re* leving the letter or ’he fee for ’he peTr it would double t ori’ I ti led failure ’n comply would result in a >, kid fine Richter and ut ti et council merntjers said they belie < th** fine i-> threatening and should tee deleted Richter also argued that th*- permits >ert> rate v if I • s >aid the crux of the issue is rhev re not interested in they re interested in iv appraisals have been a ma > of this controversy The pre CUC district tax rate in ope Count, s si lo per Six; y valuation while the JISD in Bexar County is 6? cents aluation jadalupe County Appraisal s undergoing adjustments ll most likely balance the discrepancies SCUT IST) relieve ic from SC UC ISI) tax which vv previous officials! A me; assessor collector Janice Gangawer *o Superintendent Byron Steele ref i*ed a barge that the district has ?r e highest tax rate in Bexar County The rr.pmo states The Guadalupe Count;* Appraisal Dtxtric’ provides the asse*;xment process for our entire : strict and those values provided are approximately 4ft peer en* lese on residential property values and JOO percent less on commercia) property than ’rinse values assessed by ’tie Bexar Appraisal Distr/1 whole area up there in the I City sector of sui u ISP is uated In lieu of being they re not paying their fair ountv taxes. Nichols said lh ’hank zed ■e when ’he new tax s out. their problem Nichols said They . e enough support to ii" I went to one of their meetings and half of the people there were basically against it. but were trying to find out what the meeting was all about Nichols said Never said the group s comparative study should be ready for presentation in the next week or two he said last week We certainly want to get sometmg out before long he replied We have accumulated a tremendous amount of information.’' said Geyer but we didn t want to be premature in releasing information ” According to Steele Our position s th fit mere -ire r*a iv very few seeking de annexation We've heard from hundreds of people who are not interested in that move at all Our feeling is that you don't separate families over a few dollars We feel th*3 district is one big family They're all irreplaceable to us shaking for residents opposing ’h*> separation of I niversal City from SCU! ISD. Nichols said ‘My premise is that we need to work within what we have If we have problems and every system has its problems we need good people to get in there and work on them To rise up and quit is not my idea of how we should handle this situation We have a legitimate system. Nichols said And we especially dont need to change to accommodate their taxes ” dating back to bef* full time and estate t*e grandfathered not have the luxury secretary ' said Ri After comments by other council said You re tel should grandfathe think that defeats the purpose of having a law A suggestion was made that only those failing to comply with the >re the city had a ished staff should t nt ii now we did of a full time city chter to the same affect members Yohey mg me that we r all violations I building permit ordinance since the first of the year should be contacted Comments from the floor by John Rhillips a resident of Garden Ridge since 197N cautioned selective en forcement Phillips told council the city should either grandfather all previous permit violations or require everyone to comply w ith ordinances The final decision by council was to take the sting out of the letter by deleting the fine hut asking all to comply in good faith Smith Continued from Page I Washington Aho don't like what they do who vire cynical But I love rn. work arid look forward to continuing it.' he told the board of directors arid C ongressional Action Committee of the Greater New Braunfels ( handier of Commerce Smith is the among Ti new Republican members of C ongress this year He was elected ' lass whip of Republicans in the House of Representatives a position he is pro ud of As whip tie is responsible for lining up votes in the House and disseminating Information Also in his capacity as whip Smith meets once a week with Republican leaders in Congress and occasionally meets with President Reagan "That s the fun part Tile other part is I spend the rest of the week trying to get things lined up he said Smith said the most disturbing ’lung about Congress is the partisan ship In Congress more and more times there are straight party votes vithout regard to the issues without regard to what is best for the country I hope we get away from that Asked whether ttie Reagan revolt! tiori will continue without the prest dent, Smith said it will depend on z.hich candidate wins the 1988 presidential election He called that election a watershed" arid said tie is very concerned at*out the balance of power in Washington, I) C Without Reagan, the nation would likely have higher taxes arid ttie Strategic Defense Initiative would b#* down ttie road to be dismantled I think most Republicans running for president do adhere to a great majority of (tie policies presented by President Reagan and I think some of the Democratic candidates have Public Records Distr if t COur I Civil f limos Theresa M Schelline \ Michael Goulet un*'..i Randall S Pier- ag and Judith M Preis>ig v •> Yei million Housing 1 'or potation petition Bn injunction aud damages I h« .ope National Rank ol Seguin vv Flank M and Data M Gi/ewski Im«•( Insure Di vorf.es ( Briton K and * beryl J Harrison JI Kevin I et,un and Jen I.vim Ste’, ere Count V C 11- rlv Mar r rages Shat alee Ann Gain w Ii and Paul Anthony Strapkovn Rosa Delgado Delgado and Juan Jose Me/a Nashawn Madina Montalhano and Joseph Maxwell Meneley Deborah Seidel Tomer Un and Richard Kugene Rayburn Cynthia Gay Pomykal and Nathan Bennet Rheinlander Sylvia Conehita Moore and < ail Henry Pfeiffer Jr Alicia Garza and Thomas Jackson Grubbs Jr Comal County Court At Law Convictions Albert Castillo. ‘RH Crestfield. San Antonio OWLS Moline '.days Michael A Hair I 326 U Bridge , lt|    DVM $;5'*o tine todays jail I .connies II l.o/ano lr un. Guadalupe    Del.af    rn/ Rt    20 Box    Harvest Cibolo DVM SI,OOO    tiro* I, ;A San    Antonio    DAVI MAO fine    Mi    Guardian Interlock Program    I    year davs jail    2 years probation Births i Eye Openers By Dr. Henry Hull HOW DOES YOUR BABY SEE? Did you know that Hie newborn baby uses only one eye at a tune in the first few weeks of life9 And, as he or she looks around the new world, each eye may be directed at a different object. By ttie time your baby is about a month old, the visual system has developed so that he or she begins to direct both eyes at the same object At first, babies focus on objects that are close, and move the head, rather than just ttie eyes, to follow movement. In time. the baby learns to move the eyes as a team rather than the whole head By ttie time your baby is a year old, neither eye should be wandering out, in, up or down by itself. To help develop binocular vision, leave soft, harmless toys within the baby’s reach, take the baby out of the crib and allow him or her to lie on a blanket in a larger room, or hold the baby in your arms outdoors or in front of a window which provides a scenic view. lf either eye continues to wander aimlessly after the child is a year old, an examination is appropriate. Treatment of a crossed eye is best accomplished when a child is very young. Brought to you as a community service by nu un Or. Henry Hull 147 Fruduriokiburg, 625-5716. McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr and Mrs Matthew (Reason. I JI JU Bianco Road, No 504 San An tomo 8 pound I ounce boy, June 2 Mr and Mrs Bill Ladd; Route 4. Box 829.V ( anyon Lake. 7 pound lo ounce bo> June 2 Mr and Mrs Richard Salmon. Route J Box HJV Y San Marcos 9 pound 5 ounce girl June 2 Obituaries Allen Martin A memorial service for Allen Mar tin of Canyon Lake will be at 8 p rn Saturday at Redoubt River Ranch at Canyon I,ake Martin ft'2 died at his home June J Born in San Antonio on Feb IO. '25 the son of the late Lt Col retired Marion S and Lucille Martin he nerved in the I S Navy during World War II He graduated from the Universe;* of Texas at Austin After years of working in New York and Florida Martin returned to Austin in 107ft He was with Shoal Creek Hospital for eight and one-half years a* d wa* ac ive sr. chemical abuse treatment in -Austin and throughout the sta’e For the past two and one-half years Martin was executive director of Redoubt River Ranch, a chemicalHead Start abuse treatment center at Canyon Lake He is survived by his wife V irginia Martin daughter Ann. step-mother Aline Martin of Austin brother M Al Pepper' Martin of Kingsville sister Hazel M Reed of Fort Worth and two grandchildren Memorials may be made to Friends of Redoubt Foundation P 0 Box 2183. Canyon Lake or the charity of one s choice Services are under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Joe Nowotny Services for Joe Nowotny of 915 N Liberty will be at IO a rn Saturday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with ’he Rev J Linwood Kennedy officiating Burial will be in Comal Cemetery Nowotny, 76. died June 4 at McKenna Memorial Hospital He was born July 19. 1910. in Comal County to Edwin and Sophie nep Luerson Nowotny Nowotny married Frieda Brandt Dec 25, 1931. in New Braunfels A member of the •First Protestant United Church of Christ he was retired from Mission Valley Mills Survivors include his wife Frieda N o w o t n y of New Braunfels daughter Hilda Scholl of New Braunfels two sisters. Myrtle Reeh of New Braunfels and A iota Kuehler of Austin seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren Memorials may be made to the Sunshine Cottage School of the Deaf in San Antonio Visit at ion begins Friday afternoon at the funeral home Continued from Page I ves’igation Investigator Ray Douglass iaid May 21. his mvestiga tion was nearly complete and that the matter would he <ent to the district attorney for consideration A district attorney's office spokesperson said early this week the office had not received the information from police and could not state whether an indictment against the employee would fie sought during grand jury meetings later this month The spokesperson s only knowledge of the allegation has come from a report in the May 24 edition of the Herald Zeitung Police calling the allegation sensitive have made no formal charges against the employee and are not likely to do so unless the man is indicted Children who remain at either the South Krueger or Rosa Parks Drive sites after 6pm are by policy, to be transported by the site director to the Faust Street facility Ramirez said that has been a long standing policy of the program and that parents are made aware that they should report to Faust Street if their child is not at the schools after closing time Raniirez also said Head Start site directors in Comal and other programs within CCSCTs 12-county jurisdiction have been re-directed on the program s policies to avoid similar problems in the futureSuit Continued from Page I signs the petition states The City of New Braunfels was negligent in failing to install said stop sign at the intersection of Groos and Faust so that motorists would have clear visibility of the stop sign Beyond this. the city failed to take corrective action even after a reasonable notice of said condition." the petition states Champion said his investigations have indicated that clearing the view of traffic signs is not a priority for cl ty employees The attorney added that the city, community council and landowner are included in the suit because the jury should decide who is responsible for maintaining tr^e branches Mr and Mrs Harold Weems of 112 Pl F"aust St said there have been other accidents at the intersection near their home They said they complained to the city after the motorcy cie accident and city employees trimmed the tree that was growing ne rn the sign also supported policies of the Presi dent " he said Smith added that Democrats clearly are more willing to increase taxes and decrease defense capabilities " The representative said he sees Vice President George Bush as the clear leader in the Republican presidential race while he sees only dtssaray in the Democratic race He added that all candidates seem to recognize a need to reduce the federal deficit and the trade deficit Among his duties as class whip, ac ting vice chairman of the crime sub committee and member of the .Judicial and Science. Space and Technology committees Smith said he spends a good bit of time reading mail from his constituents Among that mail he said. are concerns about the nation s defense and labor issues Weather Water Watch Comal River....................... 594    cfs    (up    196) Canyon Lake inflow.........................19,975 Canyon Lake outflow..........................IOO Canyon Lake level......................... 924.85* Edwards Aquifer............... 628.72    (down .17) 'Canyon Lake is expected to reach    927    feet above mean sea level by Sunday. Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Mostly cloudy west partly cloudy east tonight and Saturday with scattered thunderstorms Highs through Satur day mostly rn the 80s Low s tonight in the 60s except 70s along the coast Texas Weather Scattered showers and thunderstorms covered portions of South Texas today following rainfall that stranded motorists and forced rescues of people who ventured into swollen streams and rivers in central sections of the state KRUEGER CHEVY SHOWROOM ACTION! Chevrolet’s >1,000 Spring Cash Program Time Extended! Buy now, for delivery no later than June 12, 1987 . and you can ^et a cash rebate on any of these brand new Chevys: Vehicle Consumer Rebate as much as 1987 Camaro $1,000. 1987 Celebrity $800. 1987 Cavalier $500. 1987 Nova $500. 1988 CORSICA $500 1988 BERETTA $500. I (Dealer participation may affect your final price ) J HURRY! MORE ACTION! CHEVROLETS,. I amu*- Ah KEY HUM Feeling lucky? Bring your official key card to a Krueger KEY MAN You may l>e an instant winner of a 1988 Corsica, Beretta or C Series pickup truck (Key test puts you under ho obligation to buy.) THESE CHEVY NEWCOMERS ARE INCLUDED IN THE SPRING CASH REBATE PROGRAM. CORSICA the sporty compact sedan with many highly stylized design features and plenty of leg room for back seat riders BERETTA the already popular 2-door, sporting sophisticated styling distinctive dashboard, tavern-handle doors on the body pillar, and upswept rear with large tail lights 386 W. San Antonio St., New Braunfels 625-3451 From Canyon Lake direct 964-3451 From San Antonio direct 658-7051 Vacation Bible School at First Baptist Church Junsl-12 t A.M. Noon    Ago 3 - Grade • CALL CHURCH OFFICE FOR TRANSPORTATION ;

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