New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 26, 1989

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 26, 1989

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 26, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Credit unions wary of. bills for thrift aid AUSTIN (AP) — Thriving Texas credit unions are on the lookout for legislation aimed at the state’s ailing thrift industry that may hurt them, industry officials say. See Page 4 Cookie sales recipe for Scouting success It’s easy enough to count the number of teen-age girls who get pregnant or to estimate the number of young drug and alcohol abusers. How, though, do you measure how many youngsters were at risk for joining those grim statistics — but were saved by the influence of such programs as Girl Scouts? See Page 7 -So I rf 1    H sVtt~ 3ff0nt..- 30p, bummers TS*rp ^°Ok»n, op'J& oral commie ' { ?6n -versity in the fall on . Summers will be given at cha... tcrbacking duties. ’n RVT ade an ite Uni-Bobcat, nis quar- See Page 8 New Braunfels ilV Vol. 137, No. 54 Gone fishin’ 707 Landa St., New Braunfels, Texas 78130 (USPS 377-880) 512-625-9144 Thursday January 26, 1989 25 Cents One Section, 14 Pages Utilities explores expanding service By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Offering cable television services through New Braunfels Utilities would be economical, logical, natural, and eventually could lead to local television coverage, says the utilities general manager. “The way it looks right now (cable) is going to be a very bona Fide thing for us (to explore),’’ General Manager Bob Sohn said Wednesday. “It’s a very logical thing for us to get involved with. It’s a continuation and extension of our basic utility functions.” Providing cable through NBU will be cheaper for local residents than current services offered by Communications Services Inc., Sohn said. “No I don’t think they could" offer the service cheaper, said Communications Services President Bruce Plankinton. “Looking all around the country at the typical municipal cable TV operations, the cost is considerably less than what people are paying here.” —NBU General Manager Bob Sohn Moving into cable services is a “business judgment they have to make,” he said. “I don’t believe it will hun our business. I’m not concerned with competition. I think we would still provide better service ” “I see a definite benefit to all our people,” Sohn said. "We’re already equipped for this — it’s just a natural. We don’t want to put these people out of business.” See CABLE, Page 2 After a successful run, Troutfest ‘89 ended last weekend with more than 10O rainbow trout left uncaught. Today, Aquatics Director Marcus Tonish, left, and parks department employee Roland Sanchez drained the spring-fed pool and released the trout, mostly 3-pounders, into Landa Lake. In previous years, the trout were allowed to go downstream into Comal Creek. Fishing is allowed at Land-a Lake, but fishermen need a license and a trout stamp. (Photo by Deryl Clark) NBU, city ready to begin next sewer project phase Burglars hit CISD again By DAVID BUILTA Staff Writer Improvements arc coming to the West End area of New Braunfels. City of New Braunfels and New Braunfels Utilities officials asked residents of the area for cooperation during a neighborhood meeting Wednesday night. NBU is beginning phase two of a sewer project while the city is repairing, and in some cases reconstructing, streets in the area and addressing drainage problems. “It’s going to be a couple of years of mud and dirt and mess, but when we get done with that, you’re really going to have something good out here,” NBU General Manager Bob Sohn told the residents. “You did yopr part. We found 125 broken service laterals in phase one. You fixed them. You did what we asked you to do and we did what we said we would do. We have a good system," Sohn said. “Now we’re get- See PROJECTS, Page 2 Phase IL Comal Independent School District fell victim to another burglary Wednesday night at iLs bus bant in the 14(H) block of U.S. 81 East. “Entry was gained, once inside they burglarized a Coke machine, an unknown amount of change was taken and criminal mischief (was commit ted),” said New Braunfels Police Department Sgt. John McEachern. Roy finnan/, Comal Independent School District maintenance director, said vandals gained entry into the building by using a bar device on a wood framed door. He said a time clock valued at Si .(HK) was broken. A microwave and a radio in the barn were not taken, he said. No fmgcrpi ints were taken by police at the scene, according to the report Police have no suspects. “It s gelling pretty costly,” finnan/ said about the numerous robberies at CISD facilities recently. He said losses and damages have totaled more than $10,000. The school district is offering rewards for informa- See BURGLARS, Page 2 Angry mob attacks San Antonio police Streets included in the next phase of work are outlined above SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Two patrolmen trying to arrest a 13-year old boy for trespassing were attacked and slightly injured by an angry mob that swarmed from a housing project on the city’s West Side, police say. Some 30 to 40 people — armed with axes, rocks and sticks — came out of the project and attacked the patrolmen Wednesday night at about 6:15, officials said. At one point, 15 residents sui-rounded four police officers, and according to reports, when more officers arrived moments later, the crowd increased Officers Rene Martinez, and Ralph Gonzales were treated at Medical Center Hospital late Wednesday and released, a hospital spokeswoman See ATTACK, Page 2 GERA board elects caught up in his work Taylor as chairman Directors of the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority elected John C. Taylor of Seguin as chairman at a recent board meeting. Kathryn Chenault of Gonzales was elected vice chairman and Warren P. Kirksey of Lockhart will serve as secretary-treasurer. Taylor was appointed to the board in 1985 by Gov. Mark White. He previously served as vice chairman of the board. Taylor also served as a director and officer between 1970 and 1979. He was publisher of the Seguin Gazette-Enterprise for 25 years. For the past five years, he has worked with the State Newspaper Board to establish the Texas Newspaper Advertising Bureau representing approximately 560 Texas daily and See GBRA, Pag* 2 Health officials worried by measles, TB outbreaks W I f § I I Ilf* 1 itll HOUSTON (AP) — Health officials already concerned about a growing measles epidemic in Houston and Harris County now are worried about a sharp increase in the number of tuberculosis cases in the area. Tuberculosis cases in Houston and Harris County jumped 17.2 percent last year, more than twice the increase recorded by the state of Texas, health authorities said Wednesday. The measles toll, meanwhile, neared 500 Wednesday, and officials warned that the epidemic could continue for six to eight months and cause additional deaths before it ends. Marcus Longoria, director of tuberculosis control for the city of Houston Health and Human Services Department, said he needs more money to increase his efforts against the disease. Se* OUTBREAK, Page 2 It just wasn’t his day. The normally lazy Garfield must have found food on the engine of this vehicle, but he got caught, both under the hood and in the rain. Rain and drizzle are expected to continue at least until Saturday with a cool front breezing through today, dropping temperatures into the 50s during the day and the 40s at night (Photo by Deryl Clark) Good day Be prepared for drizzle, fog and slick streets today, tomorrow and possibly through the weekend. The high will be 68 degrees before a cold front pushes through late today. The overnight low will be 47 degrees. Friday’s high will be 55 degrees and the low will be 48 degrees. Weekend temperatures will he in the 60s and 40s. Inside: CLASSIFIED...........................11-13 COMICS.......................................10 CROSSWORD ..............................3 DEAR ABBY...............................11 HOROSCOPE..............................10 KALEIDOSCOPE...........................7 SCRAPBOOK................................6 SPORTS......................................8-9 TV LISTINGS...............................10 WEATHER.....................................2 Stammtisch New Braunfels Cable has been making changes and has made new channels available to its customers. To reflect those changes, the New Braunfels llerald-Zeitung has modified the TV listings beginning this weekend in Montage. I N I is one of the channels the company added and, starting Sunday, listings for that channel will be added to Montage. New Brauncls Cable has replaced Galavision with Cincmax, so Montage has eliminated Galavision.... Agencies United for Child Abuse Prevention provides a large support group of professionals and volunteers to set up a united front against child abuse and neglect in Comal County. AUFCAP is having its quarterly meeting tonight at the NBISD Education Center, 431 W. Mill, at 7 p.m. If your organization or corporation is interested in helping stop child abuse and neglect, you are invited to attend. For more information, call Jim Rappel at 629-8474.... Organizers are meeting this afternoon to make more plans for the “Sundae,” March 5, Chocolate Extravaganza, sponsored by the Comal County Child Welfare Board for the second >ear. More titan 500 chocolate lovers attended the event last spring, netting approximately $5,(KH), half of which went directly to die Emergency Children’s Shelter. The remainder paid for services for abused and neglected and foster children from Comal County..., “Higher Education: Opportunities for the Future," will be tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. at Holy Family Catholic Church Hall. The program is sponsored by La Mujer Tejana and anyone interested is invited to go hear university representatives speak on various topics, including college goals, types of educational assistance to seek while still in high school, college entrance requirements, financial aid Se* STAMMTISCH, Page 2 ;

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