New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 26, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas
Page2A Herald-Zedung New Braunfe s Te*as
Sunday April 26 1987Council.
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'The victims of these crimes they're not getting any benefits out of this.' he said.
Harborth said he has received 33 parole eligibility notices from the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles this year while at the same time, ii prisoners have been stmt to the I exas Department of Corrections from Guadalupe County Assistant District Attorney Dwight Peschel is aho upset by the increas mg number et earls releases
It seems like everything we do is just a waste of time now.' he said Many ut those who are released. Peschel said will return to committing burglaries and drug related crimes, such as "oiling drugs He said he does not believe that building additional prisons will halt crime problems rn the state People are the problem, he said and univ a moi a awakening’" in the country will alleviate the situation
There probably isn t an answer' he said. “because as fast as \ou build the prisons, we ll nil them up Neither is Count) Judge James Sagebiel a hupp) man Sagebiel "aid it is sickening ' to see the count) spend money to pro vide attorneys and provide food and housing tor deiendants who are later convicted then to find out that pint pie get sentenced to three to five years are coming hack in a month s time "
Prisoners sentenced to eight to lo years as recent I) as la-f yea! anno w becoming eligible for parole “We're talking atxiut people who are selling drug" people Aho have committed numerous robbei les With this kind of ridiculous situation the count) is ju"t wasting the ta>; payers' money." he said “I teel like the citizens ct* going to have to be th*- one" to ui ae their elected state leg! Motors to addr*-"." the problem he said We as citizens, just cannot allow this kind of atrocious situation t«» continue nj ex ist
At this point it s just as it then -no justice in the justice system ' Ii** said
Executive director of the Tex.."
Board of Pardons and Paroles. John Byrd, said he believes the parole board receives an unfair amount of blame and that the solutions to crime the prison overcrowding problem and early release are not as simple as some suppose
If it was just as simple as keeping people locked up longer, we d have solved this problem as long time ago.' he said The "tate prison system s fixed capacity Byrd said, means that some prisoners must be let go and the procedures implemented ensure that those released are those who pose the least risk to the community " \lthough he agreed expansion of the "tate pnsion system is necessary Bryd said that the expense of prison construction and operation is unbelievable < ne prison, current Iv under construction, will cost $62 million The average prison life span. he said I" " year"
They ic coining iii at the rate of KOO per month.' Byrd said of jn isoner s Bv rd als.* "aid that th** hoard wants to work. with officials in counties, hut that he believe" official" on the county lex*-! are tremendously overreacting
Bv i *1 also "oui that closer attention should I ** paul to the problem of juvenile dime The crime prone per lo* I of a person’" life is generally between th** ag** of 18 and ii What i" tieing doing about juveniles' . lie ask cd
This earl) release question it really sets me oft. Byrd said Because ifs .* miniscule aspect of 'he entire complex ptobiem we are dealing w itll
l h** solut «m to prison problems he "aid tnii"t con •* about as the result ct a joint effort
I Th** «*n!\ way we ie going to solve <nv of this is together he said 1-or Hi*- p.-.st pi .seek" the prison system lias been operating on an open and "bu' system open on luesdavs and Wednesdays and clos cd th** f **"t ot lh** week
Last week th** prison system ad mitt*--! V ' inmates Tuesday and alout M«» Wednesdav while 22a in ii ates were release ! on parole Tues d.;\ and ariothei 212 Wednesdav
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Council s Monday agenda also includes the follow ing
— Public hearing to consider a request for a special use permit to allow for the storage of wrecked and or abandonded vehicles at 26:12 Interstate 35 West which is w ithin a R-2 single-family and two-family district".
— Consider third and final reading of an ordinance rezoning a portion of 490 I S 81 West to "C-3 commercial district."
Consider first reading of an ordinance granting a special use permit to the owners of 2632 1-35 West to allow for the storage of wrecked and or abandoned vehicles
Consider a resolution approving a lease agreement between the city of New Braunfels and the San An tomo Kart Club. Inc dba Hill Country Kart Club, for use of approximately 9 614 acres of city ow ned pro pert) adjacent to Loop 337 to be used for a go-kart track and related facilities and authorizing the waiver of specific portions of the code of ordinances
Consider a resolution authorizing the expenditure of 1985 capital improvement bond funds for pay ment of costs incurred relative to
relocation adjustment of liquid fuel line owned by Texaco Pipeline. Inc . as it effects the reconstruction of Pahmeyer Road
— Consider a resolution allocating funds from hotel motel occupancy tax revenue and approving contracts between the city and Braunfels Foundation Trust; Heritage Society of New Braunfel: New Braunfels
Children's Museum; New Braunfels Conservation Society; and. Sophien-burg Memorial Association. Inc
— Consider a resolution approving an addendum to lease agreement between the city and Ray Biedermann and Jim Biedermann for the Banda Park Miniature Golf Course
Discuss and consider action to proceedwith the sale of a portion of the Faust Street right-of-way to the abutting property owners for the ap praised value of the property Contractor s licenses Consider approving report of the tax assessor collector for March iy«7
Report of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Convention and Visitors Bureau for the period Oct I. 1986. through March 31. 1987
City Council activities City Manager activities Citizen’s communications
Authorities seek identity
Comal Count) Sheriff s lH*part ment .md Schertz Police in vestigators art* attempting to iden tit) this 18 to 2o year-old woman whose* t*od> was found \pril in a culvert in south Comal Count)
This composite sketch was made bv Willie Padilla a Uh.al police at tist Travis Count) Medical K\ ammers determined the* woman died of a drug overdose although tvjx- of drug that killed her is still unknown The woman > IhhIv was found bv two young girls near the frontage road of Interstate* A just south of LM 2252 The* woman wa" > fe*et 4 inches tab and we*tghe*d I ut pounds sr*- hah dark brown hair atx>ut lo inc he*" long Anyone would might know the woman is encouraged to call the sheriff s department at 625 9144 or Schertz jx>lice at 638 > 21
Mamie E. Lawrence
Services for Mamie K Lawien* eof H< R 3 Box 753U at» alison Lake will lie at lo a rn Monday at /.**ellei Funeral Horne with the K*-v J Lin wood Kennedy of New Braunfels of berating Burial will be in ( amal Cemetery Lawrence 86 die-*! \pnl 24 at McKenna Memorial Ho pita!
Lawrence was born Jan u MJI \ retired shoe clerk at < ookie sh***
store "fie was a mem tier of til** First Protestant I ruled < hurch of Christ and the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary No 179 Survivors include her son Gary L Lawrence of < ancon Lake four grandchildren and two great grandchildren Pallbearers include James Katie Kus Katie la**- Katie Lou Weaner and Paul Crawford Memorials rnav tx* made to the \rnei jean Legion Post No 179
Postal Service takes bids on old N B office
The t s Postal service is offering lex a1 investor" a chance to buy a part of New Braunfels history arni get it signed. sealed and delivered Hie old post cutlet* at 19* \ < astell is being offered for public sale and Postmaster J Brent Moland said tubas no regrets When you look at that old building and Souk at this *»i.** you wonder How did we ever g«*t that
Convictions Countv Court at Law Judge Won Prichard
Charles Frederick Dim ell I I Hollow Hill. San Antonio DW! si'** firie 60 days probat* I two years
Mark Hayden Carpenter Ut 7 Box 766 ( any on Lake DW I $6.0 fin* 180 days probated two years to days shock jail Billie Goudy 1**93 Coll. driving while lie ens** suspended $ I Vi fine
New Braunfels Cit* Council Will
meet Monday in tegular "essiun beginning at . JU p in a* th** meeting room of Ne* Braunfels I ' iiti*-- for action on a varied agend.* Die s<*s sam will fx* preceded by executive session for council to di"t U" - til** city county landfill md pendn g liligatior
New Braunfels Drainage Advisory Committee will meet tuesday at J* p in in iii*- meeting rixmi of th*-I Kilties to stuffy and recommend to council a propoi ii from a private engineering firm to perform a com prchensive watershed management study for the city Comal Count / Commissioners will meet in regular session Ihuisdav beginning at lu a in on th*- third fhxtr of th** county courthouse annex Ai agenda workshop session is slat* I just prior to til** meeting at 9 rn a rn Comal Appraisal District board of directors will meet at ' to pm Wednesday, April 29 at appraisal district offues *.41 North Ump 337 rear for the put pose of ocnstdering a lease agreement for office space Aith New Braunfels Independent
s« ii.ai! I» st 11< t \pprov al of die lease agi eernent is possible New Braunfels ISO board of
trustees IMI*' -if p in Mon day tor .1 -p<*< oil >- hon meeting Hie only item on tin- meeting s agenda is tie authorization of a iud for an addi lion to Memorial Primary s* bool Iii** hoard will meet at tin* Film at ion < order btu or y at 4 I W Mill st
New Braunfels Utilities board of directors will hold it- monthly meeting "tarting at I to p in Thurs day I In- txiard will consider the ex isting ag! cement VV Itll the City of New Braunfels for ii"** of NBl s tx dint room I tie hon id also w ill con -idei ad;u Knouts to the authorized number of employe* s and consider pun basing property adjacent to the rn- a sheriff - Po"se MJF-J rd ion site hollowing an executive session to <or'ei with ni attorney til** board will < (insider approval ot a resolution for tii** issuant »*of revenueixinds and a preliminary officials statement tor th** th** pi*.posed Canyon Dam hydroelectric project I he meeting will he held at NMI s ixia rd room in til** NBt i lido g it 2*1 Main Plaza
thr»*«* days jail Billie Goudy iou Coll DVS I $ Chi fine «i days probated two years lh months Guardian Interlock Brad J Allen -To Nacogdoches san Antonio DW I $t.'»o fin*- three days jail license suspended six mon ths
Kicky Carrillo 513 Starling Seguin driving while license suspended SIAO fine three days jail Haul Luciano Fspino Box 8. La ( oste DW I license suspended one year $450 fine, la days jail
Haul Flores Lopez Jr h*42 Moss spring San Antonio DW I $200 fine •hi days probated two years
Te*av District Court Civil Filmqs
Lisa Stout v Betty K Gonzales damages injuries
OIL CHANGE & LUBRICATION AND
mON.-SAT. 8-6 BEHIND COURTYARD SQUARE
WK HONOR OUR ('OMPSTITORS WRITT KS DISCOUNT COUPONS
I Hr stwuiurti qf tmtrr Hon SimrI SUH
To Give or to Keep
furrings, rings, pins,
Hr at elets, & net k lac es
SAMI’S FINE JEWELRY
173 S Seguin • Located in Denson’s • 629-3316Weather
much equipment and people in triat building he said referring to the obi jmst office
l h** old post Ollie** wu" fiuilt in 191* and "**rv**d as th*- city " main off 1*« until lust full The building stands on .1 i i *v«t square f*hit lot and ha" ll 0 *9 square t**et of interior floor space < Mu "quare lect on the first f!• m>r and »4y square 1****! in the basement \ *75 square f*xit platform is attaleh***! t«> the building Moland said th** jn.st office txix*-" h.ive tieen removed from 'tie old building as was most usable equip ment H«* said til*- t»oxe" which were installed in MD ar** t***mg tan nibaiized and us***j to replat *• similar ones throughout th** country as n«*ed arises some m«*tai cases re main in tti«* building and Moland said they will tie sold through auction \ spokesman in th** city s planning department said til*- lot is zoned * 2 for general business such a design a turn allow s professional offices retail or services businesses The zoning prohibits the installation of liars h quor stores or manufacturing
It til* mds don t rn****! tit** up prais.tl the bids will in* thrown out tie "aid Bids must tx- submitted on forms which may t*«- obtained from Juanita B Wtxxi I s postal ser VI**- Po Box 667181) Dallas IX 7 .2M, 7lHo Bids must tx- submitted to til*- jxistal serv ic** by .lun*- I*
Comal River.......................380 c*s (same)
Canyon Lake inflow.................. 732 cfs (up 8)
Canyon Lake outflow.................601 cfs (up I)
Canyon Lake level..................908.92 (same)
Edwards Aquifer................627.31 (down .03)
Forecast Thursday mostly fair and mild Tues
day through thursday, except NORTH TEXAS Highs Sunday isolated thunderstorms possible late
and Monday 84 to 88 Lows Sunday each da> Panhandle and South
night near 50 southeast to near «n Oams highs near an to mid ans lams
mid 4*is to lower his permian Basin
WEST TK NAS Isolated showers and Poncho \ alley highs upper cs to
or thunderstorms southwest after mid8*is l-ou'n!i,i noons and evenings, otherwu»e most I* Ait WF'" I ig i" ii* a, * a r.....
Iv fair north and partly cloudy south »»“ I**' "\nf §
nights Sunnv north and partly Bit, BFND KF..ION Ughs most cloudy south Sunday and mostly sun »> mountains with mid nos to mid
nv Mondav Highs s’undav most Iv 80s along the no grande Low" 40s
but upper 60s mountains Lows Sun mountains and his lower vail**)"
day night 50s but 42 mountains and 48 Texas Weather
far west Highs Monday nos but near
70 mountains to 77 far west to 79 .......
Panhandle x u< c,ouds inui h of
SOI TH TEX.AS Partly cloudy and Texas or Saturday while ighi ra.r
warm Sunday with isolated showers jn(1 " , M“• ta...-a * s »'*•'» Iv *
t iiomz til*’ Kl" (llano*' Vailev and :
west Generally fair Sunday night along m
Mostly sunnv and warmer Monday the>«>uthw«*" , u .
High. Sun<la'\ rn the nut »ith war w , h' 1
southwest Lo*-* Sunda> night - ihn.ugh .hr vm.Im.'- and nm
north to near 60 south Highs mondas Irs.i. un atmn.' * •...
in the nos with lower 90s southwest '*u<1
_ _ . . s\"V!!l ..... *•’ f « "tat* J :Tuesday through Thursday ii- ...Mi-......set •!.
Panhandle Sc.utti Plain" < *.*ntral Sot TH TEXAS Tuesday tiirougti Texas and th** I'oasta Bend
Thursday partly cloudy skies with North ***ntral northeast and
warm afternoons and mild night" southeast "actions of th*- stat* had
Highs in the 80s except 90s clear skies
southwest Iaiw " in th** m,"
NORTH TEXAS Tuesday through Temperatures were main.) r ti.. Thursday warm days and mild 7»*s and Hi'" but reading" ln*pp«*d ii
nights with IMI rain e\p***?**d In to the in*" under the cloud cover and
creasing wind and humidity hk**l\ t v m rain damix*n«**l ar* a" an-: warm
Thursday Overnight low" around in* <*<1 into th** in th** i oa"‘al B* nd and daytime highs in the low to mid forecasters said
Nos Lat** aftenxxm extremes rangexf
WEST ITX \> Tuesday through from«2 at Marta to *4 in Bex*vi aBirths
McKenna Memorial Hospital
Mr and Mrs smith 424
*iuada I onia Drive *. jn.und ll oun* e girl April 19
Mr and Mrs Raymond Madrid 4 v VS Merriweather 7 jxHind I ounce boy April 22
Mr ami Mr" Dana Nchmidt 7* Wo* uh rest Orc Ie 7 pound 4 ourue girl April 22 Mr and Mr" hr*.ie \ aide/ 117. Lores! Hollow san \ntomo * pound I .ounceboy April 12 Mr and Mrs Ronald Waht Kl : liox MB Maruu. 7 pound 7 un*« girl \pni 24
Sauarian Billage i
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H* staurant aud Hi* rqart* it *
Ally ou col) cut
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• Sat 25
E Dance to Hi-Toppers 7 30 - 11 30
I Wine & Cheese Party to Beneift I St. Peter & Paul Air conditioner fund ■ Coming soon in June Bavarian Poka Fest
* Reservations Available 625 081 5 t ip*q. I>aii\ .it 11
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