New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 27, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 27, 1987

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Issue date: Tuesday, October 27, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 27, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Unicorns capture 18-4A tennis title, Page 7New Braunfels Tuesday October 27, 1987 25 Cents *Tamnrn»ch Nice lizard V public hearing on drainage in New Braunfels was to have o* curreil tonight But there have been conflicts since Nev*. Braunfels In dependent School District is holding a bond hearing tonight as vs ell \nyway tile drainage hearing vt as adv a need in tins newspaper tun vm- rf going to reschedule anyway since tire city council dido t know atvout it Hight now planned is a public hearing to garner citizen in put on the principal et drainage rn prtnements and drainage issues in gera»ral \\t* rw*«*d to know how we are going to pay for Mich things Given Wurstfest and rtiank'giv mg up* onung what is being con si tiered is a out >1 (shed inforinat tonal Br bt SUM • RAM DUKE *Vr *ftf» New Braunfels vetenn.tr an Michael ISibert v returned ti ■ «*ntty from a conference on let ' Mf I I1 F It I Ult I. \ t> I mi ’i I henogr oology is Uh* >«. tent «• of animal reprudui turn anti now Mikt can tell vt*u more attent flow to get Ste ST AMMTISCH Page It s going to In* another gr night for a stroll un it r Uh stars as lei npe rat ut es huns et a n»t ti id Uh* didegfts* mal k and light arui v arable breezes -st ii Wednesday will in* another win mug Intl I an summer day with a high in the lower MUS and nor tbeast winds at to I * mph The weather is expel ted tu slav pleasant wfille all Un* little gtiosts and goblins make their final preparations lor tire big da\ tills weekend The Menu CLASSIE ICO COMICS CROSSWORD OLAR ABBY OBIT UARI1S SPORTS WI AT HTR came inch Mf and Mis Knolle Turner of Rusch home from church Sunday to discover tf long alligator in their backyard He won t eat chicken We ve tried that said Mrs. Turner Fish however proved more appealing to the lizard that Game Warden Bob Wofford said was probably a camion a relative of the traditional Louisiana alligator which grows a bit larger than this specimen I he Turners say they heard a rumor that two young men from the Pelican State brought the gator to fe*as and deposited it into one of their spring ted stock ponds behind their house but the claim was never substantiated until now. Apparently the alligator outgrew the tank or just decided to take stroll, opting to wander around the Turner s yard tor two days. Operators of the Snake Farm on IH-35 said they didn t have the proper permit to keep the creature and the San Antonio Zoo said th» y had more alligators than they needed at present so the critter is in limbo with Wofford. Alligators in general have enjoyed a revival in recent years after once being considered endangered (Photo by Deryl Clark) enrollment growth in tm* district vir ’uuity has filled all existing iepcndent classrooms isti*i*s w iii rhe superintendent said continued :.g a bona enrollment growth in the district has created a need tor a new elementary at a tow    school The school tie said. would in ‘anam mg    dude 2H classrooms and would be astrict    bunt near Memorial Primary The iradberry school would take students from v oun< cost    Lamar School and Carl Schurz tor a tie bond    second and third grade campus d win rn* These are classrooms we need tins at the    next tall We can t have them ready n- con    next fall, but we need them Men.or    Bradberry said He added that the . ..ne Boud    bond issue is needed as soon as possi .« ay at    hie if construction is to I** complete t»\ tall of I'Ws Construction will take •day that    •» minimum of 15 months atter fun ire in*'    ding is obtained he said adding that art im    the district likely would receive led that    moues nom the Inind issue about I to days aller the election it the issue is approved Memorial Primary which opened its doors about two years ago is lull even after four new classrooms were added to the school last year Unroll ment tor the district is expected to continue increasing High school enrollment already has exceeded ttic estimated enrollment I rustees will consider setting a tiond election tor Dec 12 The open meeting will begin at 8 p rn In other action tonight the U>urd will consider taking action to nominate a candidate tor the Comal County Appraisal District Hoard of Directors Before Uh- open session, trustees will gather for a closed meeting to consider student discipline and ti* consider personnel matters Residents opposed small lots for Parklane Estates a, I RAVIS I POLING Correspondent subdivision of property in Comal County and City of san \ntonio s extra territorial jurisdiction bas raised questions and a quarter million dollar lawsuit against the count y Steven VS /.branek president of Partners in Building Inc and tonner owner of property in Parklane Estate* Subdu ision w as arrested on March 9 lt#B7. at his place of business in Nail Antonio by the Bexar County Sheriff sot lice \s a result ut the arrest several minutes after Coma! i (Minty had recalled the warrant Zbraneck is suing the county and its commissioners for humiliation and damage to his professional reputation ll has come to light that the subdivison of the property in question was contested by the residents of Parklane Estates and the San Antonio City Council \ecordmg to residents of the subdivision the lot divid ed was small and was going to Im* made even smaller Homeowners were petitioned by Tom Sheridan of Sheridan Properties and his daughter Colleen Tscheope of Garden Ridge North Inc to approve the sutntiv imuii of t he lot Balter Geisberg a resident of Parklane Estates says that Hie majority of the* homeowners in the area would not support the promised subdiv ision San \ntonio City i ouncil held a bt iring on Un is'U* since Parklane Estates I nit Six is located in San Mi torno s ETJ Barry Hughes one resident who had attend ed the hearing said the city council adv lsed that the sub division could not take place because of restrictions put in place to maintain the integrity of the neighborhood and to keep the density down Hughes says the majority of the residents were prepared to protest ll the council had decided otherwise but did not have to (Hie home is currently located on the lot Th** deed for the land and the* home indicate that the home is located on only one halt ol the lot The 728t> acres described as the East 150 tee! of lad I, I nit Bot Parklane Estates Sub division was sold to Partners in Building Inc by Garden Ridge North Inc and subsequently sold to Uh* current ow ners of the half lot and home on the property For 'immediate needs' N BISD trustees considering calling December bond vote Safe City Commission gets council approval By SARAH DUKE    Officials,    rental reps Staff Writer    7    ' lh. safe nt> Commis*,..!!!, on Us    H IC* S'I I O On O rH Cl CIO way b* rn.'-:.mg great expectations (J / O C U O ^ LJ Cl I LJ Cl LJ ' Cl I CT O after the New Braunfels City Council    ^ officially'•auctioned the organization b,sarah duke    dollar' worth ! individual gar? g. Monday    and david may    bills I he commission aimed a? aiding staff writers    Michie said h*- would meet the local police department inane!    officials    are    rn(*eting    this    representative;* from apartment tort in reduce crime will now pro- afternoon with apartment property managers and busine:- leaders in th* ceed with plans to obtain a director management representatives to citv as well as the direr tor of the cr and gam non profit status    discuss possible changes or com    sanitation department Mayor Pro Tem Ramon Chapa Jr    promises in the billing of garbage Hopefully we will come up    with commended the committee compns-    collection service    tor multi'    what all parties concerned fee mg representative** appointed fix    residential complexes    fair    sanitation charge I prefer    * Mayor George Erben    from    ( tv Manager Joe Michie told City    that way getting a group together throughout the community for its Council Monday night the meeting sitting down and talking about wha: work O’ reduce crime I think the vx:th apartment representatives was the problems arc* and them corn* f*>iice department needs ah tin* help urj resentment many had with    balk to you all Michie told count’ an get he said    ^    the < it y s enforcement of billing pro    members Monday *dure> which forced apartment •mpiexes t«j honor thousands of    SeeGARBAGE    Page    2 just like to say that I commend the mayor and Chief Burney Boeck and the volunteers I pick up the newspaper every day and I read about rune in this city We need to help out w here w *» can ( hapa said The action to create the* commis -ion wa' approved unanimously The* approval allows ‘he commission to incorporate as a non profit agency Fire investigators call Acapulco blaze arson making tom Bion 'tax deductible and New Braunfels fire officials have fire went througf I the door and Jim \\ el b r e p to ruIM* funds New Braunfels ruit*d arson in an earl Monday that damage > morning fire d the rear of a damaged t the bar he rear * a all inside behind Herald Zeiti mg n he* ce managing editor and rn i rn i.'>ion address <>n behalf of other lot a1 lounge T re Marshal Elroy Kriesenhahn said no one was inside the Acapulco Damage by fire off! Nine fir * to the cl dais at > iuh w as estimated 2.5no members I It* > ) ud the council s at Bar sr. the I boo block c if West Nun \r. plighters representing two turn enable^ volunteer di recti ommivsion to seek a ir to take charge of ic# crtme i ins cot tv tonic street when flu d* let ted around 24 a He said tree a us** of I i rn he early detec- engine col ambulatio mg call npanies e answ er a rescue unit and ed the early morn p .rf of the* city and lion arui work ol tire I a gluers ri'pun An mve: stigation into the suspieous the direct whether paid or d ug the tire was * kie kl y loused billet* |> y slider a av ny otUsuals Tin* vc uru*ei net be nard bv cliv before it could do ex ie It was an a r.siv e damage r s o n said CHV of NI win pay i *w Bra ut a S2.S i i ifels by ordinance •sh reward for in We bai omin aments from Eriesenhahn of the blaze that started formation ’ha’ lea* is !** ar. arrest ami several p*ei a lot of great ideas Set SAFE Page 2 outside a rear door tit Mime tvpe wa' Uni* stacked against the An accelerator d on cardboard rear door I he conv let lor v oiiiiniKu i ct per** ig arson ms responsible for i inside the city ;

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