New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 26, 1989

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 26, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas pushes drive By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer While collecting signatures for the tax consolidation petition, Comal County Commissioner Clyde Jacobs was forced Tuesday to move his motor home from the post office on Seguin Avenue, but that hasn’t stopped his campaign there. He said he will gather signatures from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the U.S. Post Office and then camp in his borrowed motor home parked at the Borchers law office on Seguin Avenue. “I found that to be the most productive period here in front of the post office,” Jacobs said. “Then I move down to my campground number two.” Tuesday morning, Ll. John Wom-mack of the New Braunfels Police Department told Jacobs he must move the motor home because he was violating city ordinances. Jacobs moved further down Seguin Street to the law offices. No one will gather signatures at campground number two because “they are more productive out walking neighborhoods than sitting there,” Jacobs said. City Manager Paul Grohman said action was taken to move Jacobs after citizens complained die motor home was a traffic hazard. Jacobs, along with Commissioner Neil Craigmilc, started a campaign See PETITION, Page 2A Cub Scout Pack 387 and the American Legion Comal Post 179 conducted a flag retirement ceremony Tuesday night in Landa Park. Post 179 Sergeant at Arms Ray Robinson places an American flag on the fire as members of the Scout pack watch the correct way to dispose of torn or faded flags. Flags were brought to the ceremony from throughout the community. (Photo by Deryl Clark) City, school board elections Absentee voting continues Absentee voting continues v s week as voters try to decide who will represent them on the Comal Independent School District board of trustees and al city hall. Election is May 6 and polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. that day. Persons may vote absentee if they are unable to be at the polls that day for any reason, including handicapped persons, elderly persons and those who will be out of town. Four, persons are seeking two at-large scats on the GSD board of trustees. Incumbent board president Carter Casteel is seeking re-election and is being challenged by Martin Allen, William Smith and Dan Mitchell. Don Tyler, whose term also expires this year, is not seeking re-election. As of IO a.m. today, 63 persons had voted absentee in the GSD race in Election is May 6 and polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. that day. Persons may vote absentee if they are unable to be at the polls that day for any reason, including handicapped persons, elderly persons and those who will be out of town. which all persons in the district may vote. Meanwhile, District I City Coun-cilmcmber Ramon Chapa Jr. and District 2 Councilmcmbcr Loraine Kraft are unopposed in their bids for reelection to New Braunfels City Council. As of this morning, one person had voted absentee in the District I race, while five persons had voted in Dis- spending decisions By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer GARDEN RIDGE — Issues of spending and city council representation were tossed around by Garden Ridge candidates Tuesday night at a meet-thc-candidatcs forum at Bracken Fire Department. Incumbent Mayor Walter Yohcy defended his previous two years as mayor while opponent Richard “Dick” igou questioned his actions. “We reduced that tax rate last year from 111/2 cents down to ll,” Yohey said. “So, rampant spending hasn’t taken place with your tax dollars. You voted to buy the water company, we purchased it.” Yohcy, calling Igou his worthwhile candidate, said, “I question whether he even knows what we’re spending.” Igou questioned expenditures made by the city including the purchase of a city hall complex off FM 3(X)9. He also questioned the lack of representation of all residents Cook named to top award A seven-year New Braunfels resident, committed to making New Braunfels a better place, was named Outstanding Young New Braunfclscr Tuesday night at the Faust Hotel by the Jaycees. “It was quite a night,” said Ted Cook, who was presented the award. “I’m very thankful to the New Braunfels Jaycees for giving mc the honor.” Cook, who is second vice-president for real estate and loan management at Texas Commerce Bank-New Braunfels, said he was surprised to receive the award. “I’ve only been in New Braunfels since 1982 ... and to receive a reward like that... was very humbling,” Cook said. “It’s really one person gets it. (hic person gets to hang the plaque on the wall. I accept the reward for the entire community.” He also had another surprise when his family from Atlanta, Ga., and inlaws from Temple and Dallas walked through the door. “The most surprising event was See AWARD, Page 2A Ted Cook Officials seek clues in school burglary trict 2. Only persons living in districts I and 2 may vote in this election. Absentee voting continues through May 2. In die GSD trustee race, ballots may be cast from 8 a m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at the GSD Business Office, 1421 U.S. 81 E. in New Braunfels, or at Smithson Valley Middle School. Absentee voters in the New Braunfels City Council race may vote at City Hall. The burglary of Frazier Elementary School in April is this week’s Crime Stoppers Crime of die Week. Unknown suspects unlawfully entered Frazier Elementary school by breaking out a window at the rear of the building between 9 p.m. Apgl 21 and 12:50 p.m. April 23. Suspects entered the video room and stole a RCA television and Pioneer disc player. Suspects pried the lock of the food storage locker and food was strewn about. Several boxes of frozen enchilada dinners, salisbury steaks and hamburger patties were stolen. Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and indictment of persons involved in the burglary. Persons with information should call Crime Stop pers at 620-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous. In the big time Musician David Holt, who appears frequently on Hee Haw and who has a program on The Nashville Network, entertained students at Carl Schurz Elementary. Holt plays traditional country music and tells folk tales from the Blue Ridge Mountains. As he travels around the country entertaining youngsters, he plays guitar, banjo, bones, jaw harp, and hambone. Holt solicits jokes from youngsters at his performances, then uses them during his travels. He has recorded four albums. (Photo by Deryl Clark) See CANDIDATES, Page 2A Good day Little sunshine will be peaking through the clouds today and the high temperature will be near 87 degrees. The low tonight will be 72 degrees. There is a good chance of afternoon rain on Thursday. The high will be 86 with the low at 70 degrees. Friday will be mostly cloudy with a good chance for thunderstorms and a high in the mid-80s. Inside: CLASSIFIED............................4-7B COMICS.....................................10A CROSSWORD.............................3A DEAR ABBY.............................14A EDUCATION................................6A ENTERTAINMENT.......................4B HOROSCOPE............................10A KALEIDOSCOPE.....................1-3B OPINIONS....................................4A SPORTS...............................11-13A TV LISTINGS.............................10A WEATHER...................................2A Stammtisch A last-minute reminder — today is registration day for kindergarten and pre-kindergarten classes in the New Braunfels Independent School District. If your child will be 4 by Sept. I, he’s a pre-kindcrgartner. Morning and afternoon classes arc held for youngsters who qualify. Registration will continue today until 6 p.m. at Lone Star Primary. Parents arc asked to bring shot records and birth certificates; call 625-6222 for more info. Both Memorial and Lamar primary schools are registering youngsters in their attendance areas for kindergarten today until 7 p.m. at Memorial and until 6 p.m. at Lamar. Parents arc asked to bring shot records and birth certificates; call Memorial at 629-3911 or Lamar at 625-2718 for more information.... Friday is the deadline to sign up your toodling toddler for the 1989 Toddler Run sponsored by McKenna Memorial Hospital and the New Braunfels Runners Cub. The 10-yard race will be at McKenna May 13 and participants must be at the site by 8 a.m. to sign up, get a T-shirt, and be assigned a number. The race starts at 9 a.m. Toddlers will be divided into three age groups — IO to 14 months, 15 to 19 months and 20 lo 24 months. Entry forms are available at the hospital’s administration offices and should be relumed with the $5 entry fee before noon Friday. For more information, call the administration offices between IO a.m. and noon and 1:30 and 4 p.m. Al! proceeds from the race will benefit the hospital’s maternity center.... Oak Crest Inn Convalescent Care Center will host a Hawaiian Luau family night tomorrow. Serving will start at 5 p.m. for residents and their families and entertainment will be provided. Remember to dress Hawaiian.... Looking for some bargains? Holy Family Catholic Church, 245 Hidalgo, will host its annual rum-Sm STAMMTISCH, P*g* 2A Ceremoniously Task force recommends campaign disclosures AUSTIN (AP) — Members of a special task force that examined campaign financing in Texas say they believe the Legislature will enact some reforms this year. The panel on Tuesday recommended stricter reporting of campaign contributions and tougher penalties for violations.    SGG    P3gG    7    A NB back on track, Cougars notch win First-place New Braunfels bounced back from its loss to Eagle Pass with a 3-0 victory over Alamo Heights Tuesday night while Canyon trounced Boerne for its second district win. Smithson Valley lost 3-2 to second-place Kerrville Tivy. SGG PagG 11A 2?0j BFOOKHQT.LOW BLZ SUITE 300 APLINGTON, TX 76006 iSULlViy lit    J'l/M,    friz Eat Smart every day Can certain foods help prevent cancer? The best scientific evidence today shows that although no one food can keep a person from developing the disease, a sensible lifestyle, including a balanced, varied, moderate dict, may reduce cancer risk. SGG Page 1B707 Landa St.. New Braunfels, Texas 78130 (USPS 377-880) 512-625-9144 Wednesday April 26, 1989 25 Cents Two Sections, 22 Pages New Braunfels ZIV Vol. 137, No. 118 Jacobs Candidates discuss Recommendations modified Council approves 14 more stop signs New Braunfels City Council modified recommendations from a police department traffic study Monday and approved the addition of 14 stop signs including nine in the Kuchler-Seguin-Faust Street area. “I visited with the people in that area and they said people come from the (WestPoint Pepperell) mall... and say they are realty trucking it down there,” said Councilmember Loraine Kraft. Kraft presented a petition to council with 53 names of concerned residents wanting a four-way stop sign at the intersection of Faust Street and Kuehler Avenue, The traffic study, written by Martin Mayer, traffic safety coordinator, recommended a two-way stop at that intersection — ow sign on die northwest comer of Kueh ler Avenue and one on the southeast comer of Kuehler Avenue. “There was some peripheral problems,” Mayer said. “People (are) using the arca to bypass the light at Seguin and (U.S.) 81 and we looked al the whole area on what it would take to curtail just drive-through traffic.” Councilmember Bill Arnold agreed with the traffic study that a two-way stop at the intersection of Faust Street and Kuehler Avenue is sufficient. “I don’t understand why we need a four-way stop,” he said. “I can’t understand why a two-way stop sign can’t handle it. I’m going to vote against it.” The Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets Se* SIGNS, Pag* 2A \ ;

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