New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 15, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 15, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 15, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels ilV Vol 134 No 136 Wednesday July 15, 1987 25 Cents New Braunfels Herald Publishing Company. 707 banda St , New Braunfels, Texas 781 30 ;USPS 377 300 Or e Section 20 Pages Stammtisch A donation in the amount of has been made by Comal Indepen dent Men's Assentation toward the faintly of .lo Min Rodriguez Dona ttons from various civ ic groups tn dis'duals and associates of the girl s mother Henrietta Rios at NS a1 Mart total Shoo Jo Ann Rodriguez has I cen at fileted with a rare tumor and is cur rently undergoing radiology treatments at M D Anderson Hospital and t anc et* Institute in Houston \ trust fund has t>een opened at New Braunfels Natter a: Bank and the money is to be used by the family to help offset the family s costs and bills some SS*' was rased at Wa Mart s company picnic Sunday ac cording to a co worker there Other collection points have been established amend town at sac N Pac stores Entex and New Braunfels I trill**" A ' iV i    f.v yf v jk'V 4 ■I md ,    L    ’    '    >    A b* s Comal Count) Texas Kxev D there really "Uth a thing wb gather round for then annual sum mer pie nu I .its of go**! an ai it introduction of the 19®7 crop of v. hoiarship rec ipier ts It ah hap pens from I to 4 p rn Friday July 24 at The Island off Edgewater Ter ■use Guest speaker tx Longhorn (netball c oach Bobby Jack Wright KSVP Luis Reynoso at 625 2664 or t>25-7i,i8 l orn ( asteer a? *25 ®621 co Betty Fischer at 62V 5625 f €25 144 Br* sure to wear your best maroon and white jams for 'tie gig Get it cig as *n gig en Myron Floret; is rec ox em g from <; double bv pa»' heart Mirgetv He » riled our t hitnbff of c omn et, e yesterday to say he w;.. ta* Ii pet cent come Wurtliest this October The two valves Myron bad bv passed he sass make noises but should have no a1 levJ on his ac cur dsan playing Wife Herd)ne however savs fie might not tx in the : ght tempo There appears to be some confu sion over where this newspaper ss We have moved us the address sn mediately below the Lag ut name ; ate on Page I shows Letter'* to the editors activities* and club notes etc should bx* mb-ted to 707 1 anda Street New Braunite.s Texas 78130 OF P O Drawer *11.126 New Braunfels 7141AI Margaret Rom aru Leyh B>N aas among the 51 people inducted mo the international honor -<k tetv vt nursing Sigma Pieta lac; Inc recently during ceremonies at the t niversity of I ecu* School of Nut x mg in \U"tin c ongrats \B Leyh she iv the daughtei •*{ Ann and Her man Lech of New Braunfels George Willis of "pi mg Branch and Gall Owen of Atascosa jxcrtray David and Wanda in tile next s T V c» F production Kilter Laughing opening at Krause House* on Bulverde Road Thursday Ju.y 2 The play runs tor three weekends through Vugust H c ail 4 in 2234 for sitowtimes and rcserva lions A 4» percent chance of ram won t bring any cooler weather as highs today arc-predicted to I earful into tile low sis Southeast winds will Im* at lo mph Tonight and 'Thursday will xx* a lo percent chance of showers overnight low of 75 and daytime high of 92 with southeast winds A chance of rain will continue through die weekend vc itll partly sunny skies and highs in the ibis and lows in Hie vou guessed it 7o> The Menu BUSINESS    6    7 CLASSIE IEO    17    19 COMICS    16 CROSSWORD    3 DEAR ABBY    12 EDUCATION    5 ENTERTAINMENT    12 KALEIDOSCOPE    8    13 OPINIONS    4 SPORTS ............. 14    15 Love that Ollie! Bv SARAH DUKE Staff Writer Oliver North villain or hero is the center of attention from Washington to Bulverde In Bulverde the Maline has reached the height of fame he s got his fit* e on a T shirt Fmjay Co of Bulverde is distributing hundreds of I shirts hearing a likeness of Marine Ll Col North and carry mg the .curds Great American Hero Ollie for President HA Mike Hegarty president of Em jay Co said the presidential pro duct is selling vs ell He had the idea to produce the shir’ las* week when North f>egan his testimony in Washington about the Iran Contra controversy Bv noon Monday the design had b«*en completer! and the shirts were being printed Within 24 hours more than SOO of the shirts were on their way to shops throughout the Central Texas Asb* si* to make Safe City panel draws interest from across city Some 25 people have voiced a desire to serve on New Braunfels fledgling kafe < Tty Commission, a blue ribbon panel comprising representatives in the educational industrial religious and private sectors and designed by Police Chief Burney Boeck to help identify and ad dress crime within the city On Monday the list of names was given Mayor George Erben who will ultimately select committee members Larry Brumbe’ow has agreed to serve as chairman of the crime pane* on a temporary basis to get the pro lect off and running Boeck said Brumbelow requested that once the committee is in place another per son be selected to serve a full term a* chairman shirt in the likeness cd < diver orth Begariy replied He s n< ght now He added that not nuke the famous 'spuds Nit Ken 4ge pop Besides ti av s an - Die! Ute Lady Bug Antiques is th** first New Braunfels business to carry the shirts He ga rty >aid G arder. Ridge Pottery also w ill carrs the I shirts He said he has lepresen {alives across the nation and he i taking in new orders all the tin.** Heflartv ha- been in the T shir* W Fie While looks at the lieutenant colonel s fame as a business opportunity Wi id a Zimmerman owner of Lady Bug Antiques at 984 W san Antonio is serious about helping out the county s lutes* hero Zimmerman i» selling her four dozen Ollie for President HH I shirt* mr si I and said all the pro ceeds will be sent to a legal fund See OLLIE Page 2A (it! ler respective commit t ce ITI1 em be rs named Include Dick K< »eg Ca .sh Hermes Man Cunn* TS gh a rr G u a d a I u p e Castillo. M ay i Tar rf- Ivy Ann Bartholomew P» •ie He< ■ leks and Lindall Rose Als R ev Raymond Reich r i ?pr ■es f* F| j ling the ministerial a1 hance . (1 •enc Choile! representing G rea iter Si »w Braunfels Chamber of C o rr i rn e r c« Don Ferguson re ■pp t»se ntir i g bn me Stoppers N an* y . Ar CV of I e en Connection, Jack Bor et ler s ! ror n the Comal County Bar A SSO clat lot Chris Rader Depart nr ten I of Hi Resources Gregory A Carpgan. of fhe Industrial Association Jack Williamson pro batlon off*. *r. Abel Campos, representing Comal I6D Larry Burkei. New Braunfels Independent Ins irance Association and Shay Noah from the New Braunfels Board of Realtors Mayor Pro-[em Ramon Chap a Jr asked that consideration also be given to Juan Moreno anc! to Isabel Barboza. representing his District Task Force Councilman at-large D* ig Miller added the name of Wallace Johnson and District representative Fd Sciantarelli sug gested Robert Colson Herald Zeitune Managing Fditor Jim Webre has also been placed on the mayor's list I nder Chief Boeck s proposal. Hie >< would form and select officers would then form subcommittees possibly using already established crime watch programs within various neighborhoods The uh un mittees would hold reg Ila* meetings set community goals discuss problem? within their neighborhoods and report back to SCC Sub committees SCC. council and the police department would then combine their efforts by working together to realize a reduction in criminal activity Landfill sale Southwestern Bell to lower mileage tees still on, but... B, DAVID MAY Staff Wi it«r if the cliv :** Manage to reality until gave i |,on lr 'let and terms cleaned Moore met I to me v for 8. SARAH DUK £ S*«U Writer Dick Rmvis a Red v is and bidents are si lls reduced1 * Nfvythw ester * me boundary* lonthiy phom >km en? of the Sort heil ffe "ub t you can beat city hall or rn SMH* of concerned Northcliffe ig rn hav mg their telephone *;g a mileage charge us agreed to revise base* >y reducing -ome resident* * as much as SIO At local Public I'tility Commission phone company s practice u gt*» for pf.*'rn*" rn the sub- Dovle Rebec communitv relatic Southwestern Bell in New Brauntei See I AN Of ILL Page 1A Be a use the phone company is expected to sub mit a proposed boundary revision to the Pl C by September Reavis said he expects to set* a reduc od phone bill hy that month or October [(rector for id actually it is up to the utility commission when charges are changed We re currently in the process of rev sewing the Nor’hcJiffe area We do this normally on an annual basis Be tan* "aid adding that it the subdivision fiHv go wn to the point where a mileage chai ge is not justified sWB will recommend the charge in* dropped such a proposal has been prepared and [sunder review by SWB management Tfie problem, the phone company representative said is that SWB invested 12 5 million to extend service to Nor the.die area When we eliminate tnose mileage charges somebody still has to pay for the expense PI C spokesman Bill Dunn said Tuesday that phone customers are charged according to them bast rate areas \ base rate area is basically a geographical area in which residents living therein ran make calls of a truly local nature he aid Dunn added that the boundaries of the bas** rate areas constantly change due to the population changes in an area What once wa" rural becomes urban When that happens Southwestern Bell tries to change its boundaries to accommodate growth Dunn add cd Phoi** companies charge mileage lees to See BELL Page 2A Weighing the costs and the garbage Private trash haulers say big business will cut into their profits and hurt competition »« SARAH DUKE StdM Wi it. r ’omal County I Garbage It s tug business and getting bigger Comal I jnty * on n ."Sinners and the New Braunfels t its Council lace the decision of ap proving the transfer of ownership of the city county landfill from the public to the private sec-tot ut t a"t two pr ivate businessmen are keep mg a dose eye on proceedings In a city that prides itself on beauty and * leafiness 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 Management Inc are being ironed out Both ii W Wood owner of Wood Sanitation and Timothy Tourney ot Tourney sanitation Com pany are concerned the new agreement places an unfair burden on private garbage haulers Although competitors both nu n have the same concerns about the tug business of Waste Management forcing small businessmen like themselv es out of business I inlet the terms of a contract yet to u* approx oil bv both the county commissioners and city council memf>ers the New Brauntels Public Works Department will consistently pay a lower charge tor dumping trash at the landfill tor at least the the next live years The inequity in charges is a continual ion of the existing rate structure which charges private garbage hauler s $♦> 4i per ton of refuse dumped and charges the city only $2 50 for the same amount of debris Tire pending contract with Waste Management one of the state’s largest garbage collection and management companies, allows for increases in dumping charges for both the city and private haulers Its not equitable.” WihkI said “It either See PRIVATE Page 2A (Photo by Deryl Clark) NB City Council reads ordinance that would increase commercial trash collection rates By OAVID MAY Staff Writer New Braunlels c ity Council has approved first reading of an ordinance establishing new com merciai sanitation collection rates that are ex pee ted to increase revenues $ Jo. 12u annually Perhaps more importantly tor the city the new commercial rate" will provide additional money to be placed into the department s capital replacement tee City Manager Jr»e Michie Tues day said hopes are that the city within the next six months will be able lo purchase* a new front loading truck that operated by one man, will streamline commercial collections to a more cost effective program The amended ordinance does noi affect residential garbage rales of $7 50 per month Of that amount 50 cents is placed in the capital replacement tune! With the new monthly com merciai lees si of that will be placed in the tuna Currently from residential accounts, some $4 >48 is placed monthly in the recovery lurid and according to City stat! the tund currently stands at slightly more than $25,000 There are about I .OOO commercial accounts in the city Michie said the purchase of the one man truck runs around $120,000, but the truck w ill fie obtained on a three year lease purchase program Apparently the city within the next couple ot months would tie close to having the funds to pax the first year cost of the sought after vehicle I want to get a couple of months collected with the new fees Michie said. before he moves forw ard w uh the vehicle purchase A committee of local businessmen Treaded bv Maynard Ivy of Wuest's on West San Antonio prepared the amended ordinance which will need two more council approvals betore it is el feet ive Committee member Roy Morrison said the biggest protest will tie that tees are going up I own a small business and I am not in favor Vee SANITATION Page 2A ;