New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 3, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 03, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 3, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Maintenance tips for your firearms, See Page 9 New Braunfels ilV Vol 134 No 235 hor a unique arx! It tea I Iv produce*! < hristmas present th:- year head aver to the New Braunfels \rt League art gallery sn Walnut Square I tx* ieagu* I- offering a I" percent *1im ount on all ob)*** is for sale in the galierv during the month of l*eeemtx*r and the items include paintings peters urn! crafts made bv «» al members of tire SKAL l ite gallery is ojx*n Tuesday through saturday from IO a rn to » p rn New Braunfels Jay****** members ail! tx* col letting i k*na I ions for Toys for lots at the Country (‘hrtstmas i < ••♦‘ration in *imen* on Saturday Ti vs for Tots brings * hn-tmu- to I » families ny providing (*hnstmas tinner ami gifts for children l.«**k fi*i Jav*tx* member- wtiruene and take tim** t«» * imtritHite so evervuix-tt»a\ have ,» spxs sal < hristma > I Hiring the holiday s we often to* get atmtut init four (egged fnei Is ♦Hit the Humane M* lets Of New H • lintels is hostif g its third amma »V st mas Food lime all month to a* * opt donatIona of bag- %t >trv dog , lippy n-xt A- , profit organization th*- so* tetv Vt tend* on (tx* * urn in urn tv tu help it are for the homeie-s animals nous ♦st at the shelter To help tetras the *tsi of l*ss|i!i|( more than ,i ii* ara mats per sear the f ««! drive *i h n grows bigger each vear •* ll * beld through I H-t .* » someone send lf.at sites sa hrtstmaa song arni a poinsettia •ti teiivery bv ’he lambda I v yapter of Beta - git a Phi Ord* re tieing taken from lire * thro ***    tot1 oidMHtf Jdnrs iif tiM" ■ deliver santa grams from fx~< • I Ugh * ***-    23    tx    I ae* n ‘ad. a p rn I* of Si v IHI a lo get a *g* 707 Landa St New Braunfels Texas 78^30 (USPS 377-880) 512*625-9144 Thursday December 3. 1987 25 Cents One Section 14 Pages 22 shopping days to Christmas Sunny day- are going to tx around through the weekend with highs of 71) Later today winds (nun tfie northwest will cool things off a hit The Menu Cl Assn if i) COMICS CROSSWORD DUK ABBY iN Ti RI AINMI NT HOROSCOPl KAUIOOSCOPl SCRAPBOOK SPORTS TV LISTINGS WIA1HIR ll 13 IO 3 4 4 IO 1 6 89 ll IO 2 Residents fight zoning request near county jail B, SARAH DUKE Stair Wfiler \ group of West Lnd residents want- to prof*** t their neightwrlxxxl against city zoning changes that would allow businesses to Uh ate near ttv** i ornal ( minty Jail Mar git '-emu of Tv VS -an Sn tonio M -ani -he ami other resident:* m ar 'he . plan to petition the New Braunfels < it> « turned requesting thai th** area remain residential tespite tfie recent reque-t- of It* .ii hail bond busitw-s**- to operate in th** XII we want to *1*» I- keep living the way we have and mak** a (letter VV est Fnd We want to keep It residential se ma -aid However (tx- p*res**m e of batt bond hu-itx*--**- m the neighbor hi xxi may .**'. tx* a reality <b*spite the «x al plan mug commission - refusal to recom mend a change Busirves- owners could appeal to the city council and w in approv al New Braunfei- 1‘lanntng arni Ton fig * ORIO!ti*ton tix'»k no action Tues .av * hen asked to re* ommend that New Braunteis I tty I ouncii issue *pr* tai cse permits ?.» Xguinaido . amora ami I revs ie Russell to operate bail txtnd businesses out of their respective home- near the jail The issue died for lack of a motion after residents from th** West Knd neighborhood presenter! the commis Mon with a petition containing 41 signatures requesting zoning in the area of th** ..**■> block of West san An tonio remain residential Bussell and /.amora contacted separately -ani they have not dec id cd whether to approach city council w ith*Hit a recommendation from the commission I h**v did not rule out the option Vt this point I have not finalized tm plan- Russell Mod she added that going to council is an option But at this time I rn not sure what we re going to do -he said /amora soul he arui Bus-ell have not dis* UN.se*I the matter yet hut he is -attsfied with the current situation which abow- him to use his home phone a- part of the business 'v Planning Director \Lm* shaft-1- Mi id of the 74 not ices he sent out informing neighU»ring profx-m - wivers of the requested special use permit he received t V >«b)e* lion* See ZONING    t Schroeder admits mistake a. DA vIO VA t SUM *VO lief Distill’ V. \ s ne > Will ta in s< hr 'x**|e* late Aedfx*s«tav morn rig admitted he may have mtsinterprefed hat! bond law-wm*n he initiated agreements panie- sn re* en’ veals '-emitfitur statutes f was a -- JI **d It would tx* app: it ahi** lf we misinterpreted it Uten w* made » mistake and I ll hang -Hit fodrv for it Hr se a an el ai quire me forteitui : hr Farber JCth Robert Ffeuffer that he or the v**-tsgatmg legal tier which ha- -I District Judge denied report-ourts were in* tv of the prat 'n e tx-or; halted a att it tx hail tx ax I - cai provi a district judgnwnt- mnurtt a Mending ** He has one (bird I s*'re V KLUNK; Tvik Net rf V v\fc Jp# •J / ; rn jb » - M, W ft ti. . ' I V*.# f V- „ r . JA AA L - tx xxi vchrixsjpf had txt*n 'he legality of the prat th *• -aid agreement- for o payment of forfeited t»>n prt per with the approx list net )u«f gilt appear* however ? • mary judgments ar** allowed on v n * aw* of remittitur wfiere alt or a jx.rt H»n of a forfeited t«»ixi - rrluixhsf !*» the company ll the pit tx ipai is re arrested or ap ix*ars in * -urt within a two vear ;x*fxx1 arx! in certain i ds**' where a bail txtixt tx hi rd has tx*en ♦•st ablisix-! In itrTM tlx* ( dun of t ntninal Vpjx*als rule** **tii> oix- amount is authorized in filial txnxl forfeiture judgments ami that is the full amount When we -tarted this thing wav ba* k wbel. .»«• wet»• having difficulties aixf we re -till hav ng difficulties I matte inquiry to another tountv atxl got an opt mon sc hr* levier -aid regarding and Mild th** purpn-e behind those agreements was to get th:- work rig -jn*x*th!y Pfeuffer a tx! 22nd District Judge Ovaries Bamsay routinely signed the order- ap proving lesser forfeiture amounts it wa- -imply a solution lo a Dffuuit problem -aid Schroeder VS e were fry mg to ex pedite the handling of bofxl> Wtx-n the court- approve*! it it seemed to go hand in glove A ball txwxl board rx*v**r hap pened unfortunately It forfeiture policy was discussed openly I am md trying to hide anything The practice ha- left un i ode* ted some fob,fin* in forfeite*! bond monte- which would tx**ome nHinty revenue- follow mg a two ve.it gt ace peno*1 * minty Att*irrx*\ Bill Renner I oesduy said tx* had not lx*en a-K *x1 bv th** county to obtain an opt mon regarding the final judgments arx! said tx* would re qu**-t that such an opinion tx* -ought bv an outs:<l«* source Anything I may have to say about this would he regarded as —**1 f -erv mg rn that there inav tx* a condx t of interest * -ald Kenner See BONDS Pa*»e J Time right to organize bond board I he tmx- may tx* right tor * ort. al County lu organize a bail bond board several officials have ex pressed -upport for formation of a s..*rd aittxHjgfi it will take more than talk to get th** work dont* I h** second adempt in two year-to create a t>ail tx>n*1 h*>ar*l comes after pnrfiiems with collecting forfeite*! tx»nd- and po.—ibte in; pr»»pnetx*s in agree*! pax men!-Discussion surtace*! in Lac* among county official- concern tng Crealx>n of a tx»ard But nothing was done tx*caus«* Minie official* txdx-ved it was either un tx** e-sai y or burdensome Both County xttiirnev Bill Keinier and District Altonx*y William M hnx-1er have announ ed support of organizing a t»ail fx>rxl txiard in ( ornal County Precinct 4 county c ommissioner ' iv de Ja* tibs and District Clerk Margaret Merbnch also voice*! -apport for organizing such a hoard I Mies- the fxxipie want it it will probably die oft Kenner -aid \-ked if Comal County was large enough to justify creation of a bail tx»nd board dx* county pro -ex ut or said “You cant go by jxjpuiation N ou would have to go See BOAR D Pa**** J New home starts down. average costs increase While new home -tarts in New Braunfels are down slightly from a year age the cost of those home-have increased by more than $16 !»«» \ review of the city - building per mils issue*! in November indicates that the average home started during thai month last year cost ye **■ Thi- compar**- to P J 7<*> which was (tx* average cost of homes -farted within th** city last month The average construction cost of homes started in» k totter w as Sa 1 2k - Home starts last rionth were down from start- rn (K t**tx*r a refie*tionof the onset of pour construction weather Building permits were issued tor five new homes in November down (rom 14 in October The city issued *" building permits last month Three permit- were issued for new commercial construction That construction totals My juu Ten permits were issued for residential additions or alteration- and two commercial additions or alterations Two commercial building permits were issued in October for S12H mn) worth of construction and two per nuts were issued rn November of last year tor STT 44u worth ut construction Cheer Fund reaches halfway point to provide families with holiday feast The annual c heer Fund has reach rd the halfway point hut more con tributtons are n**e ted to make Hie I holidays brighter tor iou area I families Dx* Herald nun# with th** Na tionai Ouard and Community Service c enter qxmsor the < Jx*er Fund drive to provide t hristmas dinner* for I fM*edy families in the New Braunfels area The goal in I UBT is to provide Christmas dinners for JOO families in the area wh*> might ix»t otherwise tx* able to enjoy a holiday feast So that means that more than $4 (Mi must tx* collected before I k*c IM Contributions of nonperishable f*xsi items also are tx*mg accepted at tlx* ix*wspajx*r office The Herald Zeitung w ill publish tlx* name* of contributors to the Cheer hun*! each day Contributions are tax deductible and mav tx* made at I \ c>. v*«,a AdZe" the newspaper office at 707 Landa New Braunfels. Texas 781 to For more information or to arrange for pickup of delations call Carol Avery at 625 ^144 ITx* total now stands at $2 JBJ to with contributions Wednesdav I rum Newcomer* Club numerous bags of groceries Mission \ alley h xtension Homemakers Club, HOU Sandra Koplm $10 J C and Marjorie kneuper $15 O L and Nezelle Austin $25 and an anonymous donation of $25 and a bag of gr*x enes The 1987 Comal County Community Fund Drive is almost over and the goal has not yet been reached Directors Stan Cunningham and Dick Koegie pictured ask that contributors give their fair share to help 21 local agencies such as the Child Welfare Board and the Comal County Mental Mental Retardation Center meet their budgets and continue to operate this year To make Christmas merry for the ComFund agencies, take your donations to the Chamber of Commerce office (Photo by Deryl Clark) rhe 28th annua* Advent Vespers sponsored bv •ne Ne a Braunfe!s Music S’udy Club a* be bed at me First Baptist Chur n Sunday at 4 p rn The massed community chorus /. be directed by Meutta Frueh above right accompanied by Joanne Lemon The sacred chora music of Christmas win be sung by a large group of singers fro^ eight local churches and high schools rehearsing above left rhe pub ic is invited to the Vespers and the of-fer.ng will be used for Music Study Club activities and music scholarships for local graduating seniors (Photos by Deryl Clark) Advent Vespers ComFund Christmas ;

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