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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels 178 New Braunfels Herald Publishing 707 Landa New Zeituno Texas 78130 USPS 377800 AJ Sunday September 50 Cents Four 40 Pages Stammtisch The stammtisch above was drawn by Virginia who works at Heavenly Delights on San Antonio This table of as it Is actually here in town it the icecream parlour costume card knickknack shop across from Henne Hardware H the faces look thats understandable The people are real people from right here in New Braunfels Left to right on any given thev arc Bill Hill Hruce IX n Bed Jtsso Young ami David We made this siammiisch bigger like some of tinothers weve received of were lining some of the detail in an almost two a half inch wide space Virginia gets lunch courtesy of Harold Harold is gaming weight from all the lunches hes bwn buying late ly Any aspiring artist or would tn artist who has a gixnl idea of what a nutting place a draw it and send it to Harolds StaimnUsch Landa St New Texas have several m the wings and well use em all sooner or and when we do the crvator gets led once or fret Kav Schocli was positively gleeful Alamo Area Council o Governments has sent notices to a bunch of New Hraimdls noticing them that the agtncv is a seminar on immigration reform and its appliiabiiitN Uxrnplu merit in San AntnriKi for a frv Well our shov leather oiks 1 lnn are plenty of spaces available or an official and exact same seminar sponsored here Thurs Sept 17 in Honors Hall for a dmk charge Thats right Our local Texas Kmpiuyinvnl Commission and Greater new Braunfels Chamlxi ol Commerce will spon soi seminar on the reUtral Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1987 broken into two sessions one at 9 a m and another txgiimmj at in Kach sevsion will last two hours Kniplovers planning to attend the seminal contact the s offices at to make rexnations li p HI Tuesday upcoming All attendits will and ly onus Gary Seaton 0 the New Braunfels TKC office will explain tlucommissions role and how it can help cinpiosers employ ing alien workers Atlemiers also will have VJj more in their than those oiks KOIMH In the San Antnmo Poor fiurnt manager went on last road trip to Georgetown and other places to stthew other towns ac aunimluM or iliiln t restoration o their central While in Goirgeluwii last week parked his car on streei managed to park arxnit In or so inches into a yellow curli He not a kft or which Georgetown oilicials promised thev would forgive take care of Cedar KucK i II Club will nuel at 7 Jo p m Sept M m the Kxlension Service office uiretun1 loom Parents are asked to attend With their kliidos Five classes oflenvl New Biaunfils In dependent School District s Cominunity lineal will UKin this week To register for anv ul them all The are auto mechanics iHginnmg Monday and meeting from 7 to y p m at the high schmil Instructor is Harold Goctnl and the fee is Mulii level costs V XT ciass vim will happen at ti p in Mon das Wednesdavs and Tliursdavs at Academy Stntt Handy Caildell and Htbfcea TONi1 are instructors Basic Photography will In taught Tuesday Sept 15 through or at 7 p m and will cost Jii Instructor John Senter Great Books Discussion Group continues throughout the year at Dnilmger Memorial Class is 2 to 4 p on alternate Thursdays under guidance ol John Dunkcr See Page 2A Only a slight chance of afternoon thunderstorms persist for today and Monday as lorcasters are calling lor mostly cloudy early in the giving way to partly cloudy skys in the afternoon Highs Sunday and Mon day are expecting to reach the mid it is stiU summer in South Texas Cloudy nights arc called or with lows in the low 7Us Ttetfcnu 118 IA A rare tight Texas Southern Railroad of San An tonio plans to use three F7 diesel like the one pic to pull their collection of Pulman cars as a dinner tram bet ween San Antonio and to Laredo on chartered trips and to Dallas Cowboy football games The F7 model was first bull in the 1940s and were used by all major railroads until about 20 years The F7 engine replaced the steam The train pictured pull ed through New Braunfels Friday afternoon on its way to Dallas to br ing persons attending todays out door Mass in San Antonio with Pope John Paul II was scheduled to ar rive this morning in San Antonio around 5 is the locomotive division of General Photo by Deryl Clark Cuts in proposed 88 county budget likely By OAVIDMAY Staff Writer Comal County Commissioners have their work cut out for them over the next several weeks as they prepare to balance a propos ed 1988 budget with requests exceeding an ticipated revenues by some There is no doubt we have our work cut out for stated Precinct 2 Commis sioner Neil We have a lot of soul searching to Commissioners Thursday completed their series of budget hearing funding requests from the various county volunteer emergency service departments and others relating to community promo Department requests for 1988 total over the current years amended Despite the present revenue commissioners were unanimous last week that if they had to make a decision now they would not favor an increase in the countys current ad valorem rate cents per in property It seems like we will be in the position not to raise taxes based on the preliminary hearings we have had with the depart stated Precinct 3 Commissioner Lorenzo Yankee who said he does support a proposed 3 to 5 percent employee salary sees a projected spending surplus of as the reason no hike in property taxes is fore Everybody wants I have a tax rate in my but I want to look at the Fred Clark Comal County Judge Our anticipated carryover surplus in dicates we will have a surplus of he Though spending within the various county departments is well below budgeted the county is presently maintain ing a contingency fund of only Commissioners are scheduled Monday to set the county ad valorem rate for Taxes collected late in the year support the following years operating The ses sion in commissioners court on the third floor of the courthouse annex is slated to begin at There is no way I can support an in Precinct 4 Commissioner Clyde Jacobs It is a difficult Im not sure we are ready Monday to set a tax 1 think we are going to have to make a lot of Craigmile agreed that setting the tax rate Monday may be a little At this time 1 do not think we are ready to address the tax he See Page 2A Love of the ages One reported killed in accident Saturday One man was reported dead and at least one other injured after a traffic accident at Hunter Road and Hilo Road late Saturday Comal County Sheriffs Depart ment responded to the accident at in Details were incomplete at but reports at indicated one male passenger in a vehicle involved in the accident had suffered head in juries and emergency medical personnel were unable to revive the victim enroute to McKenna Memorial At least two people were in one perhaps The victims were transported to McKenna Memorial Hospital where condition of survivors was unavailable at Clerk pleads guilty in city funds theft A former police department charged in April with theft of city plead guilty to the charge in district court here Thursday and received a pro bated Tonya Hurd of 1812C Mission was fired from her position at the department April 24 following an investigation See page 2A Charges filed in boys death A Canyon Lake man faces charges of criminal negligence in the traffic death of a Myearold Saltier youth Department of Public Safety Trooper Jim Shea said charges were filed Friday against Richard The charge is a Class A ac cording to driving a pulled out of a private drive on Hillcrest Drive when a 1973 Honda driven by Matthew James Middleton slammed into the side of his The accident occurred in the twilight who attended Mountain Valley Middle died as a result of head and internal His death was the fifth this year on county ac cording to DPS officials Although the teen was not licensed to operate a motor Shea said it was determined that Rhinehardt was still negligent in the operation of his Aquifer board wants reduction of water usage in five counties Elizabeth has seen a lot of bir 100 to be exact This year her relatives gathered at her home at 106 Woodland to celebrate The after reflecting on hei long life ioi a moment said her only advise for a living a happy life would be to always live like you re ready to die Weisman has lived m Brauntels since when she moved here from Mission She lived in Mission for 40 years Weismans Helen lives with Her Bernard also lives in New Evelyn took part in the official grand parents Day observance Friday by having lunch with her Chris a second grad student at Goodwin Elementary The second graders were asked to invite their grandparents or greatgrandparents to The first grade gets its chance Monday with the kindergartenkids inviting their grandand great giandparents to school Photos by Deryl Clark Directors of the Edwards Underground Water District at their regular meeting 8 adopted a resolution calling for the develop ment of a water conservation plan with an overall goal of reducing water use in all categories by 17 per cent throughout the fivecounty The district has been instrumental in educating citizens to conserve and protect the Edwards Aquifer through programs such as Xeriscape and educational programs throughout local school The conservation plan will initially focus on governmental participation in landscape water conservation to encourage decisionmakers at all See Lingamfelter committee to present sign measure A full agenda awaits members of the New Braunfels City Council Mon The council the old issue of sign control in the A city committee disbanded in disgust after failing to draft a sign or dinance that drew local support less than a year The cityappointed committee was the second of its kind to fail in its mission to draft an or dinance that would satisfy both the business community and persons mainly interested in preserving the aesthetic value of the A new drafted by an in dependent group headed by an adver tising will be considered by the city council Pete owner of Oasis Out door Advertising and leader of the group that drafted the called the ordinance a compromise between those factions that divided over previously proposed or If the ordinance is approved Mon it will face two more reviews before going into In other the council will consider tne second reading or emergency readin of an ordinance which would prohibit UK tion of alcoholic beverages or posses sion of an open container of alcoholic beverages at in the HEB Soccer The council also wil consider adop ting animal control regulations designed to protect the public health and safety by regulating the control of dogs and The regulations also would require vaccination re quirements and provide procedures for reporting rabies The council will consider the selec tion of a nominee for the Comal Ap praisal District Board of Directors for a twoyear the council will consider appointing three new members to the Library Advisory Board for terms ending in September The council will reconsider a move to proceed with what would be the first condemnation action in recent The move was blocked two weeks ago when council members Ramon Chapa and Loraine Kraft opposed an effort to take legan action to condemn property belonging to Kirby and Irene Wilson in order to run sewage line through their proper ly The New Braunfeis Utilities Board of Trustees has requested the council consider the Kraft and Chapa stalled the action during a i meeting in which two council members were The Wilsons said during that meeting that they had agreed to allow the sewage line be put across their property but NBU officials changed their minds about the NBU officials contend the Wilsons misunderstood the The council also will consider a resolution designating the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Com merce through its downtown revitalizatkm task force to advise and assist the city in improving the downtown business the council will consider a resolution dissolving the Department of Public Works and establishing a Department of Vehicle Fleet City Manager BUI Dobrowolski took over the Public Works Department when Fred Ryden resigned from that position Dobrowolski will remain in charge of the road division of the The city is taking ap plications for a manager Q collection and ftoet   

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