New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 14, 1991, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 14, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8 Herald-Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, February 14, 1991 Judge meets with lake residents Stray dogs, taxes among concerns expressed to Casteel By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor Stray dogs, taxes and courthouse politics are some of the subjects on the minds of Canyon Lake residents, who got the opportunity this week to sound off to the county judge. Comal County Judge Carter Casteel — in an attempt to make residents living at the lake as though they aren’t forgotten — heard from citizens in Startzville and Saltier Tuesday in two separate town meetings. “We’re really going to try to make ya’ll feel — at least I am — that you’re very important, you really ,-are.” About 20 people attended each meeting, one at Start/ Cafe and the other at the Senior Citizens Center in Sattler. One of the main complaints from ‘the citizens was how the county could better control stray animals. . “They’re chasing children. They’re • .eating each other,” said Don Huntley !;of Astro Hills Subdivision as he i •described stray dogs. ; I The county has one animal control •‘warden, who has been given the funding for a pan-time assistant. *• “What we need is for these gentie-•‘men to drive around like early in the morning and not wait for somebody to call because at that time those dogs are long gone and they can’t find "The amount of Anoney that they roll over — that is left over at the end of each year into the next year's budget — will not be the same as it has been in the past years, it's smaller," she said. "So, in order for us to deliver the same services for the same dollar we're going to have to increase taxes by some cents. It's my impression from Commissioners Court that we are not willing to do that." them, they don’t see how they chase the deer.” said Helen Butler at the Startzville meeting. “We in the community have to decide with the monies that we have, how we spend it,” Casteel said. “We can hire four or five dog folks to get out and that would be theii job. Now that expense I’m going to tell you is not going to be little, it’s going to be large.” The judge encouraged residents to work with the animal warden in help- Doctor says school must end youngster’s isolation AUSTIN (AP) — A third-grader who has spent more than four w.’!? being taught in isolation because of his hair length must he returned to the company of his classmates, his mother says. -’ember Toungatc said Wednes-hat Zachariah’s pediatrician has written to school officials demanding that he be returned to his class at Mina Elementary in Bastrop, or be taught at home. The doctor told school officials that the isolation is detrimental to 8-ycar-old Zach’s emotional well-being, Ms. Toungatc said. “He needs to come out of that room,” she said. Paul Fleming, superintendent of the Bastrop school district, did not return telephone calls Wednesday from The Associated Press. His secretary said no one else with the Bastrop school district could comment. Since Oct. 5, Tach has been taught in isolation in a dreary 10-foot by 13-f(X)t room at the school because he refuses lo cut his wispy ponytail, which has grown to about 9’/i inches long. The school says he is violating ie district’s dress code. Zach’s battle has been the subject of numerous newspaper articles and television and radio shows. He has received letters of support from children and adults across the nation. The school district in the town of about 5.7(H) people. 30 miles east of Austin, has also received numerous letters of criticism. A state lawmaker has asked the state education agency to investigate the case and introduced a resolution condemning the school district. The controversy also is making its way through the courts. Zach’s attorney Charles Beall, said he filed an appeal of a November ruling by a state district judge, who denied a temporary order that would have put Zach back in class. Through it all, Zach has refused to cut his hair. He describes the isolation room — which school officials call an “alternative learning setting” — as a prison and says it has given him nightmares. Recently, his mother said, Zach has used the word “hate” frequently when talking about the school and school board. “We don’t say hate in our house,” Ms. Toungatc said. “He’s angry and confused.” “He doesn't want his father and I far away. He wants to be real close to us at all times,” she said. ing set traps for stray animals. Casteel also discussed the 1992 budget. “The amount of money that they roll over — that is left over at the end of each year into the next year’s budget — will not be the same as it has been in the past years, it’s smaller,” she said. “So, in order for us to deliver the same services for the same dollar we’re going to have to increase taxes by some cents. It’s my impression from Commissioners Court that we are not willing to do that.” Casteel said she is meeting with all department heads to look for ways to save money. Questions also were asked concerning the recent push to consolidate the county attorney’s office and the district attorney’s office into a criminal district attorney office. “Commissioners Court really doesn’t have a position on that other than we ... have to have legal representation from the county attorney’s office or from an attorney,” she said. “We don’t care whether it’s the county attorney that gives it to us or whether it might be somebody that’s hired under a criminal district attorney. We need an attorney that’s attentive to our needs and ... to the civil needs of the county.” Casteel said commissioners court wants an “immediate response to their legal questions. “Since I’ve been there there’s been some concern they have not been receiving that. So they are simply looking at alternatives.” The current District Attorney is Bill Reimer and County Attorney is Nathan Rheinlander. Casteel also answered questions on the push to possibly expand the jurisdiction of county court-at-law. The judge for that court is former County Judge Fred Clark. “It is to our advantage as a county to have a county court-at-law with increased jurisdictional limits ... we’re looking at some statistics to see if that’s even beneficial,” she said. “Frankly, we’re not in the position to do that right now. We’re simply discussing it.” Both pushes would need legislative approval and Rep. Edmund Kuempel said he will not pursue legislation until commissioners pass a resolution asking him to do so. “Frankly I don’t even know if the votes are there,” to pass such ideas. “I have not solicited votes for it. We’re talking about it,” Casteel said. Canyon Lake resident Lois Duggan asked the judge to conduct a public hearing on the issues to sec if the support was there among the public for the consolidation and expansion. 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Herald-Zeitung Published Sunday morning, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, 707 banda St., or P.O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131 1328. Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels Herald feitung at New Braunfels, Texas. DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher JANINE GREEN Managing Editor CHERYL DUVALL Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager LONE’ BEASLEY Advertising Director CAROL ANN AVERY arcuation Manager GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall counties: three months, $10.25; six months, $ 17.90; one year, $32. Senior Citizens Discount (carrier delivery only): six months. $14.90; one year, $27.00. Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas: three months, $18.00; six months, $32; one year, $60. Mail outside Texas: six months, $42; one year, $70. lf you have not received your newspaper by 5:30 p. rn. Tuesday th rough Friday, or by 7:30 a.m. Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p m. and ll a m., respectively. Postmaster: Send address changes to P O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131 1328. LOSE UP TO 30 lbs. month Weight loss program needs 10 overweight subjects. New medical breakthrough tested 10 years. Personal support. Representatives needed. Debra 602-275-0245 REDNECK OSTRICH CHCKS. 6 to Smooths old, sexed and microchipped, boarding and hatching. Taking orders for 1901 chicks. Caprock Ostrich Farm, Lamesa, Taxes 806-462-7447. ATTENTION QUILTERS! Coma sea us. Possibly Southwest^ finest quilt shop. Minutes from DFW airport Tha CaKoo Cupboard, 6409 Colleyville Blvd. Hwy. 26, Colleyville, TX 76034 817-481-7105. Please save ad. 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FOR SALE: Landmark 46 room Motol/150 seat restaurant in progressiva town on Highway 70/83. Owner's living queriers Serious inquiries 806-435-2731 day; 806-435-5695 night THE AMERICAN DREAM Local fruit juice/drink route. Full company support. Earnings up to $35,000 per year. Requires $15,000cash investment secured by equipment. Cad 1-800-762-1500, Operators. FAST RELIEF for painful fever blisters, mouth utcere. ..DISSA-PEERtabieto Fa st-Safe-Effective See your pharmacist or cal 1 -800-594-4395. Tho Champion Company. 1014 E 6fo Sheet, Alice, TX 78332 .I UST BE SOLD for Debt Secernent. 5 New Kirby Generation HI self propelled vacuums • 5 New Rainbows with power nozzles • 3 New Filter Queens, your choice $619 OO CreditcardorC.O.D. shipped U P S 1*00-658 4376 Ext 79 IOO Automobiles (1) 1983 Ford truck $3500 (2) 1989 Saab 900 $8900 (3) 1985 Mercedes 300- D, lapis blue, $11,500. 353 1610 San Marcos 1978 Lincoln. 27.000 miles on factory rebuilt motor Same family since new $1200 620-7047. T979 Malibu, 26.000 origi na I miles, economical. 6 cyl, auto, A/C, power, like new. $3300 OBO Call 512 557 6122 IOO 1979 Pontiac 2-dr sedan, new motor 1978 Oldsmobile 4 door sedan (Will part out). 625 5530. 1980 Cougar XR7, 2 door, AC, AT, $1295 as is Call 620-4239_ 1984 4-dr Mazda, 5-spd, am/tm, air, 68,500 miles, $2000 Call Dave, day 625-7558, evenings A weekend 964 2456 1984 Ford Escort. AC. 4 speed, low mileage, good condition 625-0464. What do you see on the Horizon for New Braunfels as we get closer & closer to the year 2000? ii As we approach the year 2000, Downtown New Braunfels will see many changes. Historic buildings will rediscover their splendour, landscaping Improvements will attract more visitors and locals to downtown, and trolley cars will ferry people around the city with ease. When our downtown ancestors saw the end of the 1890 s, they brought family, friends and visitors to downtown first-for beauty, shopping and gatherings. In 1999, Downtown New Braunfels will boast the same success. Downtown First-Always! J J April Goldsmith Downtown Projects Coordinator HORIZONS 91 Ifs Coming... Sunday March 31, 1991 a Htorald-Zeitung 1984 Mercury Grand Marquis, PB, PS, PL, PW, 12K or 12 month warranty on motor. $4995.625-6824 or after 5pm 629-6261. 1984 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, V6, PS, PB, A/C, am/tm, cruise control, dean, $2695, 625-4900. 1986 Ford Tempo LX, 4 door, all power plus moon roof, $3395, 625-1689. 1986 Lincoln Towncar, 58,000 miles, excellent condition, $10,000. 1978 Ford P/U 150, excellent motor, $800 899-7731. 1987 Hyundai Excel, excellent condition, asking $3,500. White, cassette radio, AZC. 1982 Celebrity Chevrolet, great condition, only 65,000 miles. Asking $2,000 1-512-899-4201 1990 Ford Escort, 4 door hatchback, 1.9L, 4-cyl, automatic trans, low miles, with extras. Call 625-0334 after 5:30pm._ *72 220-D Mercedes. Needs minor body work. ‘63 Monte Carlo, needs front end. $500/each. 620-6363._ ‘73 Chevy Malibu, 350 re-built, $850 OBO. 629-6316._ ‘86 Honda Accord LXI, hatchback, auto, champagne, burgandy interior, non- smoker, excellent condition, $6700, 625-4489._ ‘86 La Baron, loaded, low mileage, clean. Call Randy 625-7583 day or 629-3702 night._ *89 Cadillac Fleetwood 4 door, FWD, all options, super nice, good miles, still in warranty, will take trade $18,900 629-1268. Batteries starting at $18 exchange. Wanted: Cars & Trucks COMAL AUTO SALVAGE 629-6965. Elegant ‘87 Cadillac Eldorado. blue sport coupe, blue leather, fully loaded. $9600 625 1026 leave message GOVERNMENT SEIZED vehicles from $100 Fords Mercedes Corvettes. Chevys Surplus. Your area (I) 805 687-6000 ext. S- 10069_ Low Monthly Auto Insur-anco. Call 625-3000. Must sen. 1984 Trans-Am, T-top6, red, am/fm cassette, 5 spd, low miles, runs great, needs minor body work Asking $4200 OBO Rich 625-4052 after 6pm Must sell- 1983 Olds Station Wagon, loaded, mint condition, Beautiful carl $3,200 PBP 620 4522 Trucks/ Vans 105 1978 Jeep CJ-7, 6cyl, 3 spd, 2 tops, large tires. wheels. $3200 625*655 1980 Chevy Blazer 4x4, auto, air, $2800 1983 Chevy Cargo Van, auto. $1500 6206541. 1966 Chevrolet Dually LOW MILEAGE 37,600 miles, owned by doctor Must sell. Silverado, PL, PS. PW. $6750 620-6836._ 1966 Dodge Van, fuN size. SWB, 6 cyl. automatic, P S . P B , A/C Call 625 4373 $2,950 1986 white Plymouth Voyager, 4 cylinder, stick shift, like new, $5500 625 4624_ •72 Ford PU. new V 8 360 motor. Looks good 1-S12 659 7594_ *74 garbage truck, Interna bona!. 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