New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 24, 1993 : Front Page

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung October 24, 1993

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 24, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas IN SPORTS DAY SUNDAY I COUNTDOWN: I 420 Eg DAYS rn New Braunfels Sesquicentennial March 21, 1845 ^ March 21, 1995 INSIDE Obituaries...... .......2A Crossword..... ......3A Opinion........ • • • • 4 I ( Letters......... ' • • • 9 Ll- Sports Day .. .1; People........ Montage....... • • • • ii Focus on Women .....I-OU Wurstfest 1993 .. . . . . 1-16E I STAMMTISCH KERRVIE HW HANDS UNCORNS TOUGH 28-21 DEFEAT Friday Night Highlights ■ With 2:00 left in the game and Smithson Valley at the Uvalde four yard line, Uvalde defenders recovered a Rangers fumble and went on to hand Smithson Valley 16-10 loss. The Rangers celebrate homecoming Friday against Boerne. Story - 14A Canyon .......... 28 Texas .......... .....37 Alamo Heights ..... . . 11 SMU........... ......10 Smithson Valley . . .10 Texas AAM..... .....38 Uvalde.......... . . . .16 Rice........... .....10 Seguin........... . . . 41 Notre Dame..... .....31 S A. East Central . . .32 use........... .....13 Boerne........... . . .17 TCU........... 38 Schertz Clemens. .. . . . 6 Baylor......... .....13 COUGARETTES BLAST HEIGHTS! ■ (Left) Sara Tyler, center for the Canyon Cougarettes, hits a return during Friday's contest with Alamo Heights. Tyler was named homecoming queen later that night during halftime of the Cougars' football game. Story - Canyon 15 .... 15 Alamo Heights .1.....7 ■ See volleyball wrap up,standings - Page ISA New Braunfels ... 15 .. 15 Kerrville Tivy ... . 12.... 6 Smithson Valley .13 .15 15 Uvalde.........15.    .5. .8 New Braunfels 75 CENTS Susan Wittlg Albert MOI. 6 10/22/99 'EST Pl I CRO PUBLISH ING E YANDELL DR ’ASG, TX 79903- 177 ald -Zeitung 1993 Serving Comal County ■ Home of BARRY BRADENBURG Vol. 141, No. 236 Birthday wishes! The New Braunfels Herald-Zeiiung extends the following birthday wishes; Paul Munoz, Micheal Gonzales (4), Ruben Leal Jr., Drew Campbell, Ruth Cole, Rene Morales Jr., Barry Bradenburg, Denver Schaake, Raymon Sanchez 111, Maria Campos, Roseanne Puentes, Tracey Lorenz, Melvin Schwab (Sat,), Becky Fest (Sat.), Beverly Beck (Sat.), Cindy Moos. Author to sign books Tuesday Susan Wittig Albert, author of the highly-acclaimed China Bayles herbal mystery series, will appear at the Book Trade on Seguin St. in New Braunfels on Tuesday, Oct. 26 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. to discuss and sign the second book in the series, Witches Bane. The China Bayles books are set in the New Braunfels-San Marcos area and feature a former lawyer turned herbalist and amateur detcctive.In Witches Bane, China and her friend Ruby Wilcox find themselves accused of practicing witchcraft and when Ruby organizes a Tarot class, the cards spell MURDER. Albert makes her home in Burnet. She and her husband, Bill Albert, have written over 60 novels for young adults, including books in the new Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys scries. Dr. R.C. Sproul to appear in Austin Dr. R.C. Sproul, well known Presbyterian theologian, will be in Austin Thursday, Friday, and Saturday for a special seminar open to the public entitled "A Quest For Holiness." Dr. Sproul is a professor of theology al Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida. He is also the president of Ligonier Ministries, and is featured on numerous radio and television program across the country. For more information call Christ Presbyterian Church of New Braunfels at 629-0405. Peopb Against Violent Crimes meeting scheduled People Against Violent Crimes will meet Thursday, Oct. 28 at the Comal County Senior Citizens Center, 655 Landa, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be District Judge Robert Pfeuffer. Interested person are invited to attend. For more information, call Gladys Barding at 625-1800. Stammtisch (The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung invites its readers to submit items lo Stammtisch. According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German community, "Stammtisch" represents a sitting place for members of the community to gather and share the day's happenings. We invite you lo share with us.) HOMECOMING 1993! Heratd-Zeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Canyon Homecoming Queen Senior Princess Sara Tyler, daughter of Don and Dot Tyler, was named homecoming queen Friday night during hafltime of the Canyon vs. Alamo Heights football game. She is crowned by CHS student council president Neal Llnnartz, the son of Roy and Faye Llnnartz, and last year's queen, Monica Potter. Heratd-Zeitung photo by KARLA WENZEL New Braunfels Homecoming Queen Princess Alyssa Chunn was named homecoming queen for New Braunfels High School during halftime of the New Braunfels vs. Kerrvill Tivy football game Friday night. She was escorted by Sam Bluntzer (right). Other Princesses were Leigh Bingham, Amy Ortiz and Robin Watt. Bters to decide fate of 16 amendments Nov. 2 (EDITOR'S NOTE - The following is the first installment of a three-part series detailing each of the 16 amendments to be voted on Nov. 2) By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Writer On Nov. 2, voters will be asked to consider 16 Texas constitutional amendments. The following arc brief explanations of the amendments. B Amendment I - authorizes the legislature to issue S50 million in bonds to aid in the start-up costs for historically underutilized businesses (those defined by Government Code as owned by one or more persons who are socially disadvantaged because of their identification as members of certain groups, including African-Americans, Native Americans, Asian Pacitic-Amencans, Hispanic Americans and women.) Supporters say this will encourage minority business development and correct historic injustices. Those opposed say it will give unfair advantage to minorities and women and it is unfair to ask voters to approve without the specifies on how the bond proceeds would be used. ■ Amendment 2 - authorizes the legislature to exempt from property taxation property used, constructed, acquired or installed wholly or partly to meet federal, state of local regulations for the prevention, monitoring, control or reduction of air, water or land pollution. Early voting under way in Comal County Early voting can be done at the Comal County Clerk's Office on the 1st Floor, Room 106. Registered voters may cast their ballots from 8 a rn. to 4:30 p m., Monday through Friday through Oct. 29. Temporary early voting polls arc scheduled for the following locations and times: ■ Canyon Lake Action Center — Monday, Oct. 25, from 2-7 p.m. ■ Ciarden Ridge Municipal Complex Tuesday, Oct. 26, from 2-7 p.m. ■ Bulverde Community Center — Thursday, Oct. 28, from 2-7 p m Applications for vexing by mail will be accepted until Oct 26. Applications must now be mailed. Only the voter may hand deliver hishcr application To vote by mail voters may apply on an official application form or they can write to the Comal County Clerk at the Comal County Courthouse, IOO Main Plaza, New Braunfels, 78130, supplying their name, address, precinct number and vexer registration number and the adeircss to which the ballex shexild be mailed and the reason for requiring a mail-in ballex: 65 years of age e>r older, confinement in jail, disability e>r expected absence from county on election day and during clerk’s regular hours terr the remainder of the vexing period The County Clerk’s Office can be contacted for precinct numbers anti vexer registration numbers for those whe> do nex have their numbers. The clerk's office phone number is 625-5513. Supporters say this will encourage voluntary compliance with environmental regulations, it’s unfair to tax property businesses are required to buy and 32 other states offer similar incentives. Opponents say it is not appropriate to offer incentives to companies to follow the law, the loss of this tax base would force local taxpayers to subsidize the cost of pollution control, and other considerations would provide continuing incentives for businesses to remain in Texas. ■ Amendment 3 - clears the title to certain property in Fort Bend an Austin counties Suppliers say thi.x is needed to dear the title to land held by innocent parties, resolve an inequity and save the state an expensive court fight Opponents say the state needs to resolve such issues in the courts not by the voters. ■ Amendment 4 - prohibits a state income tax without voter approval and provides that if enact ed the revenue derived would be dedicated to education the rate of local school taxes would be limited Supporters say voters should have the nght tp decide w hcthcr they want a state income tax, that the dedicated funds would provide a stable source of funding for schcx>ls and provide local property tax relief. Opponents say the legislature is attempting to duck responsibility by “passing the vote," tying local sch<x)l property tax relief to the amendment may make citizens vote for an income tax, the amendment would make Texas’ antiquated tax system even more rigid and inflexible and would mx actually result in any increased revenue ■ Amendment 5 - authonzes the legislature to prcscnbe the duties and remuneration of those holding this office Supporters say sheriffs should be commissioned peace officers to meet the job qualifications including supervising commissioned personnel and understanding constitutional law regarding civil rights and law enforcement Opponents say vexers should be able to decide who is qualified to be sheriff, sparsely populated areas may have difficulty finding qualified candidates and approval of this amendment set a precedent for the legislature to set standards for sheriffs to meet. (See Tuesday's Herald-Zeitung for next segment in series.) Council to consider resolution By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer Heratd-Zeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Red Ribbon winner Raymon Carrillo an alghth grad# student at New Braunfels Middle School and tha flrat placa winner in the Red Ribbon Week Essay Contest, read his assay to tha public at spacial ceramoniaa held at tha Plaza Saturday morning. The New Braunfels City Council will discuss passing a resolution Monday that is expected to raise awareness of unfunded mandates passed by the federal government. The city council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Meeting Room D of the New Braunfels Municipal Building The resolution was suggested by the National League of Cities, the United States Conference of Mayors, the National Association of Counties, and tile International City/County Management Association These groups arc calling for an end to “Washington’s practice of imposing, but not funding costly programs or requirements that local governments arc required to cany out,” according to the city agenda information packet. The council will also discuss a resolution for a procedure for applying to membership on City Council appointed boards or commissions. The resolution would provide for a noon deadline on the Wednesday before the city council meeting at which the appointment is to be considered The resolution also provides for a deadline for information on tx her agenda items of noon Wednesday before the regular city council meeting In other business, the council will discuss the following items: ■ Consider appointing one member to the Housing Authority Board of Commissioners for an unexpired term ending Jan 22, 1994 ■ Consider appointing one member to the Main Street Advisory Board for an unexpired term ending Dec. 31 ■ Consideration and approval of third and final reading of an ordinance establishing an impact feet advisory committee and providing for its membership and authority ■ Consideration and approval of second reading of an ordinance regulating the rates charged by cable television operators w ithin the city of New Braunfels ■ Consideration and approval of a resolution updating rules and regulations for the operation of the Landa Park Municipal Golf Course in order to provide safety and protea the health and welfare of the public w hile on Landa Park Municipal Golf Course ■ Discuss and consider a request for permission to hold a “Marcha por Jesus” on Nov 6 through a portion of the wrest end of New Braunfels ■ Consider aw arding tire bid for the purchase of a sedan for use by police department administrative staff. /Today’s Texas Lottery numbers 1 - IO - 14-39-48-50 Jackpot $40 million ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: October 24, 1993

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