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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 3, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels. Texas Friday. April 3 1987 Drugs Continued from Page IA alcohol can be just as dangerous as any drug. “We get more kids killed from alcohol than anything else...and if you don’t think alcohol is a drug, your’e only fooling yourself,” he said. “If your kid is killed by a drunk driver or gets drunk and gets killed himself, he’s just as dead. We have people getting killed in this community and if we don’t do something about it. we have no one to blame but ourselves,” Heimer said. Oliver Stambaugh, a drug abuse counselor who grew up in New Braunfels, shared the story of how high school drinking in New Braunfels turned into a life of alcoholism and pain. He said when he was growing up in New Braunfels, he was a “good old boy.” He went to the high school parties and he drank a lot of beer and lost a friend who was killed due to drunk driving. “I didn’t know I had a problem back then I w as one of those kids who said, It ll never happen to me ' I liked to party and I didn’t see anything wrong with that," he said. “I just wanted to let you know dependency can happen to anybody. It can happen to a 9-year-old or a 39-year-old Addictive and compulsive behavior is very popular and New Braunfels is no different I never heard anything about alcoholism when I w as grow ing up I would really like to see it be okay for kids to say no to drugs.” Stam baugh said Drug Enforcement Agency officer Dave Quilter told those present the most important thing they can do is to face reality. The agent lives in New- Braunfels and is in charge of drug enforcement activities in San Antonio and throughout the area He said this community is no different from others across the country and residents can’t hide from the fact that drugs are here. “It's here on the streets of New Braunfels. My agents have bought LSD on the streets of New Braunfels. My agents have bought cocaine on the streets of New Braunfels.” he said “We can’t say ‘Not my kid.’ That’s where the commitment (to preventing drug abuse) begins,” he said. Quilter added local residents can’t blame the proximity to the Mexico border for the influx of drugs “We have to blame our problem on the demand that’s been created in New Braunfels You could put another 10.000 DEA agents on the streets and it would do nothing to reduce the demand." he said “We have to look beyond the immediate problem which are drugs and alcohol and say Why are the kids, the young adults commiting themselves to such danger There s only one answer — they can’t cope.” Quilter said Dr Mark Statler. a local pediatrician, said one of the solu turns for keeping children from turning to drugs is to "tell them you love them unconditionally and tell them often ’’ Appraisals. Continued from Page IA perty for about IO others Comal CAD appraises property in Bexar. Hays. Kendall and Guadalupe as well as Comal County in its entirety While cities such as New Braunfels can agree by law to abate taxes for industrial development purposes and or arrange for cash in lieu of taxes agreements, other entities such as school districts, water and other special use districts cannot Smaller taxing entities such as Edwards Underground Water District or others can lose crucial revenue through too-low or otherwise unreported value Many of the firms. Rhodes said. accurately render or have accurate ap praisals in all likelihood. Some may not and others such as the one mentioned above may have escaped appropriate taxation because of a lack of accurate appraisals Rhodes stressed that none of the firms cited in the Pickett contract are considered derelict in cooperating in the appraisal process for the 1987 88 tax year CAD appraisers statewide routinely negotiate values for real property, raw materials and per sonal property as well as values for open space or land used for agricultural purposes that is not directly concerned with a firms physical plant The Comal CAD list for Pickett’s Weather Comal River.........................418    cfs (same) Canyon Lake inflow.............. 1.027 cfs (down 16) Canyon Lake outflow...............1    010    cfs (same) Canyon Lake level.................910.26    (down .06) Edwards Aquifer..................... 627.82    (same; Flowers, fashions to raise ACS funds Many flower enthusiasts may never see the innovative designs shown at florists’ trade shows. This Sunday, however. Comal Flower Shop designers will treat the public to a showing of floral designs featuring fresh flowers. Following the flower show, spr ing fashions will be paraded for the audience. Proceeds from Sunday’s event will benefit the American Cancer Society. Beginning at 1:30 in Seele Elementary Auditorium, designers Kyra Brandt. Patti Westbrook and Hortence Rojo from Comal Flower Shop, will present nine flower pieces to commentator Rick Chew , who will discuss the style of arrangement and give care tips Each piece then will be placed on a table for the audience to view and any purchase will be a complete donation to the cancer society, Brandt said. “We’re donating the flowers and two wholesalers are helping us out," she said Purchasers w ill be ask ed to pay a percentage of the actual value of the piece in hopes that they will be generous, she said. Following a short intermission with refreshments provided by Kroger's. Marion Benson of The Collection in Landmark Square will present a fashion show which will feature new spring items and some special outfits for Easter and Mother’s Day Donation for the event is $5 and tickets are available at Com a1 Flower Shop, The Collection, from any ACS volunteer, or at the door Candidates Police Report purposes comprises ADM Milling Co. Armstrong Machine Works, At&T Communications of the Southwest. AT&T Information Systems Inc , Barken Inc BraunTex Paving Co . Chemical Express Couriers. Coleman Co. Colorado Materials Co Inc Conroy In dustries. Detox, Electra Com munications Corp . Entex. Flying VS Properties. General Portland Ce ment. General Telephone and Electronics GTE Sprint. Guadalupe Valley Cable Co., Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative. Guadalupe \ alley Telephone Cooperative. .Johnson Controls Tempflex Lizann Dress Division Jerrell Corp Lot Hand Bros Co . Mid-Tex Metal Pro ducts. Missouri Kansas Texas Railroad Co . Missouri Pacific Railroad Co National Lime Transportation Negley Paint Co New Braunfels Cable Television New Braunfels Die Cast Co Oasis Pipeline Co. Parker Bros & Co. Pedernales Electric Cooperative Peninsula steel Co. Porter Co Rogers ( able System ser\ Tex Materials. Southwestern Bell Telephone Co Star Cable Television TXI, Texas Corrugators, Symons Coni Texas Pipeline Co Tiffany Brick Trans Texas Pipeline I S Gypsum Co Valero Transmission Co Weisman Equipment WestPotnt Pepperell. Western Aggragate. Western Railroad. Western Union Telegraph and Xerox ( orp New Braunfels Parks and Recreation department reported Thursday the Wednesday theft of a Nikon 35mm camera from the park s Panda Street office The camera's value was given as $180 The theft of $300 radar detector from un automobile earlier in the week was reported Thursday in the I loo block of Rivercrest Drive A burglary overnight Wednes day of a manufacturing business located in the 14(h) block of Freiheit Road was reported More than $9.OOO worth of items were reported stolen in the break in including a $4.not) bench spa mold. two bench spas $6oo each, one lounge spa with four seats SHIH*. and. one fish pond mold. Si ihhi Also, various tools and other firberglass items were taken ac cording to police reports Anyone with information pertain mg to the offense of any felony crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers atc3o TIPS and speak to the officer on duty Callers are not asked to give their Public Records Arraignments Justice of the Peace Pct I Judge Harold Krueger Wanda G Pierce forgery tis pass mg. $5,ooo fiend Justiceot the Peace Pct 2 Judge' Doc' Blanchard Eunciano I) Reyes burglary of a habitation $ I » non Man iages Gorgonio Dominguez and Elena B Dominguez Civil Court Filings Texas District Court Robert A and Carol Ferguson s Keith and Cathy Kietlinski in june tion Clinton ll and Cherie laiwe \ Ca ny on Corner Properties Owners Association, note Kike Pinder n James Polder. I resa Divorces Doyle Linda and Timothy R Ponfick Walter and Michelle Timpone Roberts and Cynthia A Fhrlich Texas Weather A warming trend is forecast for all of Texas Saturday after several day v of unseasonably cold temperatures The unseasonably cool temperatures remained over the state today as a ridge of high pressure continued to dominate the state's weather after a cold front moved across the state Temperatures were well below seasonal normals at dawn today over most of the state Patchy dense fog is tieing reported over portions of Northeast Texas at dawn It will be clear and cold again tonight Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Clear and cool most sections tonight Partly cloudy and a little warmer Saturday Lows tonight from the ids east to the 40s west and south Highs Saturday from the 60s north to the 70s south WEST TEXAS Fair and not so cold tonight Increasing cloudiness Saturday with a chance of mainly afternoon thunderstorms central and southern sections Lows tonight mid 30s north to lower 4os extreme south except upper 20s Big Bend Highs Saturday near bo Panhandle to mid 60s south, except near 70 Big Bend Extended Forecast Sunday through Tuesday SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy and mild Isolated afternoon or evening showers or thundershowers mainly south central and southeast Texas Daytime highs in the 70s. around no lower Rio Grande Valley Overnight lows in the 4(>s and 50s, near 60 lower coast and lower valley T HERITAGE STAINED GLASS * 1109 N Walnut    (512)    625-1181 % Original Art in Glass ASolid Oak Doors Frve Consultation dc Kstunat♦ .s REGISTER TO WIN STAINED GLASS COURSE ^Classes Now Forming: Day & Evenings    r    i # Wide Selection of Glass (t Supplies “The recent tax change are the most sweeping in history. T his year put I ITeR Block on your side.” lliniv l(Ul Block’s trained tax preparers understand the new tax law' NXc’ll answer your questions and find you the Biggest refund you’re entitled to. Fbi •' if batk everythingyou’vi got coming.    the    income    tax people WHERE MORE AMERICANS FIND A BIOC J ER REFUND. HAR BLOCK names Crime Stoppers pays rewards of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest and grand jury indictment of persons committing felony crimes Obituaries Continued from Page IA growth and development is in the best interests of the community as a whole Biglev was non-commital Rhoads said special interests often take precedence over the intention of a zoning ordinance to benefit the greatest number of citizens. In general, the eight agreed that at specific times in the city’s recent history, the desire for commercial development has run co inter to municipal policies A zoning ordinance is a part of what this city uses to control where and what kinds of development occur within the city limits and its two mile extraterritorial jurisdiction Two major cities in the stale that do not use zoning for land use controls are Houston and Wichita Falls “There has been no long-range planning at all," Arnold said The comment drew a round of general agreement from tin* non incumbent panel Kaderli went so far as to say that whoever is elected Saturday “they will have to li\e with what this council has not done keep up with inflation They will have to use com mon sense and flexibility to deal w ith it ” “You’re going to haw seven sub jective viewpoints You can't give seven separate people authority to run the city.” Pacharzina said Day-to-day municipal operations are not the responsibility of the city council and the eight non-incumbents agreed that their roles, if elected, would be to set specific policy and again returned to the city manager’s role, which by consensus indicated a desire for a stronger manager The candidates appear united in feeling a stronger role by the manager will allow whoever holds the job to be judged on merit rather than political reputation The can didates throughout several public and civic forums have said the manager should exercise ad ministrative power to a greater extent Henry said, “I’m shocked no one has asked the hard questions about the budget where is the line item. where is the money being spent0 Kaderli questioned the city's fiscal management, while Castillo said he believes there remain places where the citn may be able to trim costs and maintain a level of service accep table to the citizens All stressed that citizens need to realize that three council seats are to tx* decided and with nine candidates in the running and people Noting on In tor one or two candidates rather than casting three votes for separate individuals would defeat the purpose of at large representation Ruby Hill Memorial services for Ruby Hill of No 4. Village Shores Drue at Canyon Lake will be at ll a rn Saturday at /.ocher Funeral Home with the Rcn Gordon Hightower officiating Hill 93. died April 3 at McKenna Memorial Hospital Hill was born April 4    1894    to Dwight and Georgia nee Warner Huntington She married George ( Hill who preceded her in death iii 1965 Hill was a housewife and a member of the Pilot s Club Survivors include two daughters Georgia la»wisof New Braunfels and Lynnette Pepper of Bethleham Pa seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren Memorials may I** made to the < A ny on Lake Action Center Victoria M. Torres Victoria M Torres 74 of Kl Box I lo7 died April 3 at her home Ser vices were at Oui Lady of Perpetual Help Church with the Rcn John Flanagan officiating af 3 p rn E ri day Burial will t** at San Pedro ( cindery in Hunter Torres was t*orn May t 1913 in Mexico to Amande and Gorgon ta rid* Martinez Mendoza Sh** mar Tied Santos Torres in San Marcos on July 31    1939    Torres lived in New Braunfels for 4*' years She wav a housew th* and a member of < >ur Lady of Perpetual Help Church she also was a member of t mon de la Buena \ oluntad Survivors include her husband Santos Torres of New Braunfels four daughters Aurora Hernandez Fpifania V asquez and Ramona \ av quez all of San Mart os and Leandr.i Pineda of New Braunfels two sons Ramon Torres arni Guillermo Tor res Ugh of New Braunfels three sister v \llonsa lag**, .md Nicholas^ both of San Antonio arni Ramona Vargas of California one brother Domingo Torres of Hillsboro and 20 grandchildren Pallbearers include Robert Pineda Joe Torres Paul Gallegos Dupe \ asquez Jr DaNid \ asquez and Setrino Hernandez Services were under the direction of Moi ales Funeral Home Herbert Jarisch Semmes for Herbert Jarisch 7: weir in Houston April I Survivors in dude hiv * de Emma of Houston one daughter Mary im and husband Royi e of Tomball brother Wilburn Jarisch arui wife Emma Mrs Marino Pape Min (ienc Pape from New Braunfels sister Mrv Nu k Musbaum from San Marcos and brother othmar Jarivh arui wile Peggy from santa Rosa Calif two grandsons and two g r e a t grandchildren Only 12 Days left 138 N. CASTELL Opan 9 AM - 6 PM Workday# 9-5 Sat Phono 625-3810 E. KEITH 4 4 Caring ^ Concerned Conscientious NBISDTrustee Districts Vote at New Braunfels High School Pd. Pol. Adv by E Keith Moore, Campaign Treas 4 ;