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 184A tennis Page 7 New Braunfels 208 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377800 Zcltuno Aj One Sf Tuesday October 1987 25 Cents One 10 Pages A public hearing on drainage in Ncsv Braunfels was to have oc curred But there have been conflicts since New Braunfels In dependent School District is holding i bond hearing tonight as the drainage hearing was advanced in this but were going to reschedule anyway since the city council didnt know alxmt it Right planned is a public hearing to garner in put on the principal of drainage mi pnuements and drainage issues in general We need to know how we are going to pay for such things Wurstlcst and Thanksgiv ing what is being con sidered is a published informational article and an opinion by midto late then IHIH Uutherford chairman of the drainage committee suggests we lnld public hearing your shares Mega Buck Inc taken a nose diw1 H your interests in the Big 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lUe Trudic and liytheway doti own the Tropical hop aid were a while back luit u not New Braunfels veterinarian Michael lhherty returned recently from a conference on lets T H K H 1 K NO LOG V Iheriogenology is the M icnce ot animal and now Mike can tell ou more alxut how to get See Paqe 1 Its going to be another great night lor a stroll unikr the stars as temperatures hoover around the degree mark and light and vanble stir Wednesday will be another win ning Indian summer day with a high in the lower mis and nor theast winds at UMf mph The weather is expected to stay pleasant while all the little ghosts and goblins make their final preparations tor the big day this weekend I IMMtnu CLASSIFIED comes CIOSSNORQ DC Alt AMY OttTUAIICS WEATHER 10 4 2 Nice lizard f j V I Mi and Knolle Turner of Rusch Lane came dome from church Sunday to discover this 20inch long alligator in their He wont eat Weve tried said proved more appealing to the lizard that Game Warden Bob Wofford said was probably a a relative of the traditional Louisiana which grows a bit larger than this The Turners say they heard a rumor that two young men from the Pelican State brought the gator to Texas and deposited it into one of their springfed stock ponds behind their but the claim was never substantiated until Apparent ly the alligator outgrew the tank or just decided to take opting to wander around the Turners yard for two Operators of the Snake Farm on IH35 said they didnt have the proper permit to keep the creature and the San Antonio Zoo said they had more alligators than they needed at pre so the critter is in limbo with Alligators in general have enjoyed a revival in re cent years after once being considered en Photo by Deryl Clark Safe City Commission gets council approval By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer The Safe City Commission is on its way to fulfilling great expectations after the New Braunfels City Council officially sanctioned the organization The aimed at aiding the local police department in an ef fort in reduce will now pro ceed with plans to obtain a director and gain nonprofit Mayor Pro Tern Ramon Chapa commended the compris ing representatives appointed by Mayor George Krben from throughout the for its work to reduce crime 1 think the police department needs all the help it can he T would just like to say that 1 com mend the mayor and Chief i Burney i Hoeck and the volunteers 1 pick up the newspaper every day and 1 read about crime in this city We need to helpout where we Chapa The action to create the commis sion was approved The approval allows the commission to incorporate as a nonprofit making donations taxdeductible aiid allow ing the group to raise Jim New Braunfels HeraldZeitung managing editor and memtxr of the address ed the council on behalf of other members He the councils ac enables the commission to seek a volunteer director to take charge of activities to reduce crime The com mission is not a u the city and the whether paid or volunuei wii not be paid by city dollars We have commitments from several people a lot of great ideas See Page 2 rental reps discuss garbage rates By SARAH DUKE and DAVID MAY Staff Writers ity officials are meeting this afternoon with apartment property management representatives to discuss possible changes or com promises in the billing of garbage collection service for multi residential Iity Manager Joe told City Council Monday night the meeting with apartment representatives was to curb resentment many had with the citys enforcement ofbilling pro cedures which forced apartment complexes to honor thousands of dollars worth of individual garbage said he would meet with representatives from apartment managers and business leaders in the city as well as the director of the city sanitation Hopefully we will come up with what all parties concerned feel is a fair sanitation prefer it that way getting a group sitting down and talking about what the problems are and them come back to you Michie told council members Page 2 Fire investigators call Acapulco blaze arson New Braunfels fire officials have ruled arson in an early morning fire Monday that damaged the rear of a local Fire Marshal Kirov Friesenhahn said no one was inside the Acapulco Bar in the block of West San An tonio Street when the fire was first detected around He said because of the early detec tion and work of tire fightersrespon the fire was quickly doused before it could do extensive It was an said Friesenhahn of the blaze that started outside a rear An accelerator of some type was used on cardboard slacked against the rear The fire went through the door and damaged the rear wall inside behind the Damage to the club was estimated by fire officials at Nine firefighters representing two engine a rescue unit and ambulance answered the early morn ing call An investigation into the suspicous underway by The city of New Braunfels by ordinance will pay a S25o cash reward for in formation that leads to an arrest and conviction of persons responsible for committing arson inside the city limits For immediate needs N BIS D trustees considering calling December bond vote By SARAH DUKE Siaff Writer The New Independent District Hoard 01 Trustees will meet today to consider calling a bond election lor December Trustees will be looking at a leu diiteivn possibilities for financing new classrooms in the Superintendent tharles Bradberry estimated the construction could cost million Among the bond packages tn Uconsidered will be acid new classrooms at the New Hraumels High con strue a new school near Memorial Primary Sctuxl oiuounty Line Koad construct a circular at Lone Mar Primary Schimi Bradberry said earlier today thai the construction projects are not longianne plans These are im mediate needs He added that enrollment growth in the district vir tually has filled all existing The superintendent said continued enrollment growth in the district has created a need for a new elementary The he would in clude 2H classrooms and would be built near Memorial The school would take students from Lamar School and Carl Schurz for a secondand thirdgrade These are classrooms we need next cant have them ready next but we need Bradberry He added that the bond issue is needed as soon as possi ble if construction is to be complete by fall of 1989 Construction will take a minimum of 15 months after fun ding is he adding that the district likely would receive money troin the Ixmd issue about 150 days after the election if the issue is Memorial which opened its doors about two years is full even after four new classrooms were added to the school last Enroll ment for the district is expected to continue increasing High school enrollment already has exceeded the estimated Trustees will consider setting a bond election lor The open meeting will begin at H In other action the board will consider taking action to nominate a candidate for the Comal County Appraisal District Board oi Directors Before the open trustees will gather for a closed meeting to consider student discipline and to consider personnel matters Residents opposed small lots for Parklane Estates By TRAVIS POLING Correspondent Subdivision ot property in Comal County and City of San Antonios extraterritorial jurisdiction has raised questions and a quarter million dollar lawsuit against the county Steven W president of Partners in Inc and former owner of property in Parklane Estates was arrested on March at his place of business in San Antonio by the Bexar County Sheriffs Of fice As a result ol the arrest several minutes after Comal County had recalled the Zbraneck is suing the county and us commissioners for humiliation and damage to his professional It 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 According to residents of the the lot divid ed was small and was going to be made even Homeowners were petitioned by Tom Sheridan of Sheridan Properties and his daughter Colleen Tscheope of Garden Ridge to approve the subdivision ol the Walter a resident of Parklane says that the majority ol the homeowners in me area would not support the proposed San Antonio City Council held a hearing on the issue since Parklane Estates Unit Six is located in San An tonios Barry one resident who had attend ed the said the city council advised 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 Hughes says the majority of the residents were prepared to protest if the council had decided otherwise but did not have One home is currently located on the The deed for the land and the home indicate that the home is located on only one half of the The acres described the East 150 feet of Lot Unit 6 of Parklane Estates Sub division was sold to Partners in by Garden Ridge and subsequently sold to the current owners of the half lot and home on the ;