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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 15, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels 136 Stammtisch New Braunfels Herald Publishing 707 Landa New Braunfels Zeituno Texas 78130 USPS 377800 Wednesday July 1987 25 Cents One 20 Pages A donation in the amount of has been made by Conial Indepen dent Mens Association toward the family of Jo Ann Dona tions from various civic in dividuals and associates of the girls Henrietta at Wal Mart total Jo Ann Rodriguez has been af flicted with a rare tumor and is cur rently undergoing radiology treatments at Anderson Hospital and Cancer Institute in A trust fund has been opened at New Braunfels National Bank and the money is to be used by the family to help offset the familys costs and Some was raised at Wal Marts company picnic ac cording to a coworker Other collection points have been established aruond town at SacN Pac Entex and New Braunfels Coma County Texas Exes ls there really such a thing i will gather round for their annual sum mer picnic Lots of good food and introduction of the 1987 crop of scholarship It all hap pens from 7 to 9 July at The Island off Edgewater Ter Guesl speaker is Longhorn football Coach Bobby Jack Wright KSVP Luis Reynoso at 6252664 or Tom Casteel at 6258621 or Betty Fischer at 6295825 or 6251440 Be sure to wear your best maroon and white jams or the gig Get it as in gig em Myron Floren is recovering from a double bypass heart surgery He called our Chamber of Commerce yesterday to say he will be 110 per cent come Wurstfest this October The two valves Myron had by he make noises but should have no affect on his accor dlan playing Wife says he might not be in the right tempo There appears to be some confu sion over where this newspaper is We have as the address Im mediately below the flag or name plate on Page 1 Letters to the activities and club should be mailed to 707 Landa New Texas 78130 or Drawer New Margaret Hoseann was among the 51 people inducted into the international honor society of Sigma Theta Inc recently during ceremonies al the University of Texas School of Nurs ing in She is the daughter of Ann and Her man Leyh of New Braunfels George Willis of Spring Branch and Gail Owen of Atascosa portray David and Wanda in the next S Enter opening at Krause House on Bulverde Road July The play runs for three weekends through August 8 Call for showlimes and reserva A 50 percent chance of rain wont bring any cooler weather as highs today are predicted to reachn into the low Southeast winds will be at 10 niph Tonight and Thursday will see a 40 percent chance of overnight low of 75 and daytime high of 92 with southeast A chance of rain will continue through the with partly sunny skies and highs in the 90s and lows in you guessed 67 cussirco J7J9 3 5 12 Hi Love that Ollie By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer Oliver villain or Is the center of attention from Washington to In the Marine has reached the height of fame hes got his face on a Ernjay of Bulverde is distributing hundreds of Tshirts bearing a likeness of Marine North and carrying the words Great American Hero Ollie for President Mike president of Em jay said the presidential pro duct is selling He had the idea to produce the shirt last when North began his testimony in Washington about the IranContra By noon the design had been completed and the shirts were being Within 24 more than 500 of the shirts were on their way to shops throughout the Central Texas Asked why he chose lo make a Tshirt in the likeness of Oliver Hegarty Hes hot right He added not unlike the famous Spuds McKen zlo beer North is enjoying huge What the public the public gets a picture of on a Besides the profit the businessman said he likes North I agree with what he says and with what hes he said we SUPPORT Lady Bug Antiques Is the first New Braunfels business to carry the Hegarty Garden Ridge Pottery also will carry the He said he has represen tatives across the nation and he is taking In new orders all the Hegarty has been in the Tshirt business since 1970 and has made Tshirts for Wurstfest and Fiesta in San While the Tshirt entrepreneur looks at the lieutenant colonels fame as a business Wilda owner of Lady Bug Antiques at 984 San is serious about helping out the countys latest Zimmerman Is selling her four dozen Ollie for President 88 T shirts for Sil and said all the pro ceeds will be sent to a legal fund See PageZA Safe City panel draws interest from across city Some 25 people have voiced a desire to serve on New Braunfels fledgling Safe City a blueribbon panel comprising representatives in the religious and private sec tors and designed by Police Chief Burney Boeck to help identify and ad dress crime within the On the list of names was given Mayor George who will ultimately select committee Larry Brumbelow has agreed to serve as chairman of the crime panel on a temporary basis to get the pro ject off and Boeck said Brumbelow requested that once the committee is in another per son be selected to serve a full term as Other prospective committee members named include Dick Cash Stan Cunn Guadalupe Maynard Ann Pete Hendricks and Lindall Raymond representing the ministerial alliance Gene representing Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Don representing Crime Stoppers Nancy of Teen Connection Jack Bor from the Comal County Bar Association Chris Depart ment of Human Resources Gregory of the Industrial Association pro bation officer Abel representing Comal ISO Larry New Braunfels Independent Insurance Association and Shay Noah from the New Braunfels Board of Mayor ProTern Ramon Chapa asked that consideration also be given to Juan Moreno and to Isabel representing his District 1 Task Councilman atlarge Doug Miller added the name of Wallace Johnson and District 3 representative Ed Sciantarelli sug gested Robert HeraldZeitung Managing Editor Jim Webre has also been placed on the mayors Under Chief Boecks the SCC would form and select officers would then form possibly using already established crime watch within various The sub committees would hold regular set community discuss problems within their neighborhoods and report back to council and the police department would then combine their efforts by working together to realize a reduction in criminal Landfill sale still By DAVIDMAY Stall Writer Closing on the sale of the city county landfill to Waste Manage ment Inc came closer to reality Monday when City Council gave unanimous approval to a contract after certain language and terms had been redefined arid City Manager Barry Moore met with Bennle attorney for Waste just before See Page 2A Southwestern Bell to lower mileage fees By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer Dick a resident of the Northcllffe sub is proving that you can beat city hall in his Southwestern Reavis and a group of concerned Northcliffe residents are succeeding in having their telephone bills reduced by removing a mileage Southwestern Bell has agreed to revise base rate thereby reducing some residents monthly phone bills by as much as At local residents the Public Utility Commission began looking Into the phone companys practice of making mileage charges for phones in the sub Because the phone company is expected to sub mit a proposed boundary revision to the HUC by Reavis said he expects to see a reduc ed phone bill by that month or Doyle community relations director for Southwestern Bell in New said actually it is up to the utility commission when charges are Were currently in the process of reviewing the Northcliffe We do this normally on an annual Bebee adding that if the subdivision has grown to the point where a mileage charge is not SWB will recommend the charge be Such a proposal has been prepared and is under review by SWB The the phone company representative is that SWB invested million to extend service to Nor thcliffe When we eliminate those mileage somebody still has to pay for the ex PUC spokesman Bill Dunn said Tuesday that phone customers are charged according to their base rate A base rate area is basically a geographical area in which residents living therein can make calls of a truly local he Dunn added that the boundaries of the base rate areas constantly change due to the population changes in an What once was rural becomes When that Southwestern Bell tries to change its boundaries to accommodate Dunn add Phone companies charge mileage fees to See Page 2A Weighing the costs and the garbage Private trash haulers say big business will cut into their profits and hurt competition By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer Garbage Its big business in Comal County and getting bigger As Comal County Commissioners and the New Braunfels City Council face the decision of ap proving the transfer of ownership of the city county landfill from the public to the private sec at least two private businessmen are keep ing a close eye on In a city that prides itself on beauty and 28 New Braunfels employees make their livings dealing with garbage The final details of a contract transferring ownership of the landfill into the hands of Waste are being ironed Both G W owner of Wood and Timothy Toomey of Toomey Sanitation Com pany are concerned the new agreement places an unfair burden on private garbage Although both men have the same concerns about the big business of Waste Management forcing small businessmen like themselves out of Under the terms of a contract yet to be approv ed by both the county commissioners and city council the New Braunfels Public Works Department will consistently pay a lower charge for dumping trash at the landfill for at least the the next five The inequity in charges is a continuation of the existing rate structure which charges private garbage haulers per ton of refuse dumped and charges the city only for the same amount of The pending contract with Waste one of the states largest garbage collection and management allows for increases in dumping charges lor both the ci ty and private Its Wood It either NB City Council reads ordinance that would increase commercial trash collection rates By DAVIDMAY Staff Writer New Braunfels City Council has approved first reading of an ordinance establishing new com mercial sanitation collection rates that are ex pected to increase revenues Perhaps more importantly for the the new commercial rates will provide additional money to be placed into the departments capital replacement City Manager Joe Michie Tues day said hopes are that the within the next six will be able to purchase a new front loading truck operated by one will streamline commercial collections to a more costeffective The amended ordinance does not affect residential garbage rates of per Of that 50 cents is placed in the capital replacement With the new monthly com mercial of that will be placed in the Currently from residential some is placed monthly in the recovery fund and according to city the fund currently stands at slightly more than There are about commercial accounts in the Michie said the purchase of the oneman truck runs around but the truck will be obtained on a threeyear leasepurchase the city within the next couple of months would be close to having the funds to pay the firstyear cost of the soughtafter I want to get a couple of months collected with the new Michie before he moves forward with the vehicle A committee of local headed by Maynard Ivy of Wuests on West San Antonio prepared the amended ordinance which will need two more council approvals before it is ef Committee member Roy Morrison said the biggest protest will be that tees are going UP 1 own a smaji business and I am not tofevw Photo by Peryl Park
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