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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas N B Unicorns win Seguin tournament, Page 9A New Braunfels Vol ' 34 No IbJ Sunday August 23. 1987 50 Cents New Braunfels Herald Publishing Company, 707 I.anda St New Braunfels. Texas 78130 IUSPS 377 800) Four Sections 38 Pages do the *»til vnm l'hi* st a rn mil si h above was drawn hy Edward Kearns iv of New Braunfels This ornate table with archit feet and neat little vase gamers Edward tho grandson «if Edward Keams ll a fro** Inn* I courtesy of Harold /.chung Ed ward call Jim or Harold .it bJa 9144 to arrange a day convenient for your lunch We have only two or three stammttsches left in stock and we would love to have more We will print all of them sooner or later and when we perpetrator of the free lunch sit k*-«*p Rh*-** stain I im.'lies coining in \ tarmMi a table for cron ie* lite s ups ami downs are sliared and alt sitting at it should lei*! coni furlable A lot of j**<*ple have cum no-nted on Harold s Slammttsch Search aiKl seem to enjoy the various renditions of Manuntixche-Among them have been a pickup truck with two guys talking while leaning over the In**! a spiffy reverse black job that we reprint <I yesterday ami others send v«hh xtammiisch drawings to Harold * stammtisch Search Th7 Lamia street New Braunfels leva 78130 ✓ W IH I I yOr Ti*' 38^ [4 vC£\ y v •    *    VPl e.r ii sm k ■ I he »P It ti in at IIM (ll t ip un s«i oiid Annua liers Softball tourna genet ai gt«>d tune vt i a ill Saturday Aug ‘JM tm»ugt:t til K<*ts lot cilia two tamed out attempt ticket'- ate good tot the event that will feature tank dunking IxmiU liquid I el rental lent- may tie even some lut es (amtilar trout teiev rn.- a at least a let him san iii two sausage OII a stick some lint tops and otttei people playing Itll a MMI hall i huinpioii.ship and commensurate hi aggtltg right just a tot of fun Mottev rai-4-d through itoodtini of prizes to la* aw at ded and Ute $1 admission donation goes to tteip i tuna! bounty E met gem v tlltklifi) s shelter ke There s a song hi tins nest item hut t>ui jun e fiat p do* ai t sound I much in print so ae ll try tm iyn*-w it flout a tune ('Ute as vt button hints are no doubt How they g«it em un notion Aud st* many kinds T rom peacocks to swallows i )|| telephoto lita s And maybe you d find one you < at tail Butt I o hold closed your hi tit ties or plaid patterned shn t When the bird watchers visit the button club types Al one thirty Wednesday at nice Eden Heights Admission costs nothing but lie sure to bring See S I AMSM ISCH Pane JA The Menu BUSINESS 6A CLASSIE IEO b 9B COMICS SA CAOSSMORU 3A DEAR ABBY l?A EDUCATION SA KALEIDOSCOPE I 5B OPINIONS 4A SPORTS 9 UA WRATHER 2A Glad to be alive Council to review city workers’ jobs Wdham Neau*e ?8. of San Antonio sa id he was jilt to be alive* and a finn believe' rn seat belts after his 198 Suzuki Samurai robed while trying to avoid a large piece of channel iron a toss northbound Interstate 35 on the Guadalupe Riven overpass Friday afternoon A cording t * Neaoic he swerved to miss the iron atter it had been Knocked into his lane by a vehicle in front of him The iron was bouncing on the roadway when it lodged underneath and flipped Neag1* s vehicle Naeg e wno was en route to Dadas was heated at me scene by New Braunfels EMS and was not seriously injured Photo by Dery Clark \ Bo DAVID MAV Staff Writer Two public works employees plat* ed on administrative leaves of absences will have their employment status reviewed by city official- at ll a rn Monday morning at City Hall The personnel hearing-* will help officials decide whether to reinstate or terminate department supervisor Abraham Zapata and part time employee salvadore Diaz Both were placed on administrative lea-es of absences with pay last week a- part of an investigation by City Manager Joe Michie into various allegation:- of improprieties at the Public Works department over the past several months City Secretary Veronica Sarkozi said Cliv Attorney Barry .Moore has ruled the hearings closed to the public because they are personnel matter-- Moore was unavailable for comment Friday concerning the scheduled hearings Also Sarkozi confirmed that another public works employee Koi>ert Morales    requested    a grievance hearing that will be heard at an as yet undetermined time next week According to City Hall sources Morales has requested the hearing because he was demoted and received a cut in pay from formei Public Work-- Director Fred Hyden Hyden resigned last week after being given a chol *e ot resigning O' being ter ruinated by Michie Sources say Ryder demoted Morale- who. while operating the city street sweeper was involved recently in a minor accident reportedly with a mail carrier vehi cie Those sources who claim Morales has statements ’rom accident witnesses claiming Moi ales was not at fault also said that when Morales returned after serving a two ween committment ti the Texas National Guard he wa - informed of the demotion and reassigned within the department Morale- has formally requested the hearing through interim department head Bill Dobrowolski. according to City Hall staff The Public Works department has been in turmoil following partial disclosure of impropi Hies by Mayor Pro Tem Ramon Chapa Jr during council s Aug lo session Diaz reportedly was hired to work part time to accomodate a second job, but wa- allowed to draw a lull seek s earnings a* th* knowledge of hi- superiors In addition to Ryden s resignation and the administrative action taken against the two employees council will meet m closed session .Monday evening to review the performance of Michie The city manage: conducted an investigation into the troubled department that was to have con ducted Friday Property owners file suit to open park access b, DAVID VA V Stat! Writer Rex id* ct t cpi ess Lake Gardens and •ek sultdiv interns have t*een through They have -eon their subdivisions • >[ne would contend mismanaged ravage I try numerous developers n» • ottgkxneraie- who trave obtain - through bankruptcv proceedings the most recent beneficiary of un hill this tar northwest county sub •to! a fence blocking the residents We think that wha’ we have is prescriptive easement and we want what we think we deserve I mean if we let them have this, what is next? We are not asking for anything Ae haven t Ut*! damaged said Max Marquis pre- dont of th* property owners «k latum that represents some I hi* land owner- in the two adjacent subdivisions We just want someone to decide for ti- whether we ,t >■ entitled to thai acre.- iii park land owned aer ess Shop - pule to the tour t th* v arden I Vug %! I s * I in H rep Jgn We think that what we have is prescriptive easement and we want a fiat we think we deserve I mean it we let them have this wfiai is next Attempts to reach Iv mu company utileaals I tim sd,tv and T dday at their local telephone numbers were unsuccessful Members of the property owners assot lation claim In have had av cess to the Rebecca < reek «»st that Derry At asia park area in question for aU*ut Z* v«*ais \ hut to me r* sui* -its .•! -ingle road leads int r a sn.ail dam acto-s the mn.unity i! is .« nuttier neck and lo the park Ty im- obtained alt re i11 t    maming unsold propcrtie- rn bankruptcy pro Property owners * in the Z74Ui state lilt' a land san -don The petition an to have the ingress a 1 r*** k park property seedings in 1980 including property surrounding the association s park land Ty tm- officials have placed a barbed wire fence with the intention of installing a more permanent blockade aero-- the road that is the only leasible entry to the area Marquis said the road being blocked cli**— not lead to am other i evidences or properties There I- no other way lo get to it without driving across the dam ll - not an absolute necessary that we have the properly, bul it is a matter oi principle said Marquis adding that ta*hopes the dispute can .still tx* resolved out of court to the satisfaction of both parties Residents formed their property owners association about til*- time lyons was obtain mg tilt* remaining lots Marquis -ani residents there had to -tart looking atter their own ui-lerests tor .» change Annual tee- ut sot go toward road mamt amaine done emu civ bv the association os well as lo security patrols and maintatnaitce of the >utRlivi>ion - approx (mutely l<*» acres >1 park land along Reflect a t reek and Guadalupe River Tile sot xii v i sion field a lot of promise when development tirst began in the early p*>o-resnients -av Idle original dev eloper wa lnutde red in his tru< k in the mid-I9Wis at the entrance to the subdivision on JKI North near the Blanco! minty line since the* resident- have seen numerous developers and land management companies come and go each one prov idtng i e-ident- w uh visions that their dreams tor the area would finally come lo fruition But. just as it seemed thing- were looking up developers would turn a ia-t hue k and get out. leaving the subdivision woi sc- od than before residents said Besides the well kept park acreage the subdivision features an 18 bole golf course* which has laid dormant fbi many \ears and t- now overgrown with brush and weeds Nearby i- an elegant dimming pool I nfortunately the subdivision also features poor water quality where all the residents are set veil by a -ingle above ground holding tank At out time tile parks were f>e-t-igrd by gatig-of "undesirables Hie security patrol that was termed with association funds helped return the parks lo the people A ou can't blame the people here for being a little paranoid and defensive They have been raped so many times said Marquis CISD downto the wire on next year's budget i , SAK .,H DUK fc batt Wi it* i I ai mg a budget hearing ai «<» pin Monday (binal ISH tafi tnemfNOs talc last w**ek -till w«*r** putting iii* I un-fling toy* ties on flit* I*#*. {Vt bu lge! Uh h » miii vc tix we r»* o late is w* ditin ! know flow much we were ► Hung from the stat* \bel * ainpo.- i Isl) j, busine— manager Ii* added that state officials dill not I tot I f v tit* dis! net of liovv much state lundiitg it would receive until last vv ors Ii* i .hi < of changes at the* stat** level amt is * au-e ( oinai * duiltv pi op* iv v.lilies ar* up in com pal ism) w itll tin rest ut Hie -late Hie school district must generate I .J* o * mole than it did last veal in lot al tax ooliai-x In oilier words the distil* t vv til lie responsible for » pet t * lit mole til Its (Midget than last year They slate officials expect us focally I* a Vici load J believe the disti l* Is bete on the corridor are tin* ch if > ones in the state who went up iii property values; lie said i Isl) s certified values in creased by s40 million    I in sure we lost a bunch of money from flu* -tate But we don t e\|»eet to ti alisier all of that t*) the fax payers C ampos said he does expect Hi** local tax rate* to go up afxiut 7 jm*i cent to he lp otfs*d the additional io-por-tbilii\ He said teachers a1 aries will i*e increased in the new budget .oui he will recommend a I to 2 jiercenl cost of living pay in * teas*    Nod then may t>e a I to 2 ;-et • unease depending on evaluation- (Hit that s ih*i certain ’.*• -aid Whatever we do aUiul tax*-- Hie increase probably will not ex**** -I about . percent Th* 19H*> MV budge! was about Sin 7 million t anijHi- -aul Thursday fie l as out -el a tigute tor the coining Veal - huiiget hut is looking at about >18 million which would mean »U*ui .i * percent (Midget increase .state officials project c Isl) will fiav*- al lout iii 4 more students than it (lad last veal I Ii* inc rease iii Hie total Dud gel will lint Im* as great a- ll was Hi*' year tieiore C ampos said We told tin* staff that we are going l*i make do wilt) what you have We -aul ’I **u re going to have mole needs tM*cause you Ii have* more -tutlent- but you won t (lave* any nuoe money Really we will be cutting - the amount of money spent per child tvcause when you look at it we Ii nave more students witfiout that much more money That teacher Witt not liave as mucli motley to spend on each child,' he said Allen Tieken (’ISI) s personnel diiec tot -auf he has not hired leachers in anticipation of more students enrolling "There is always See BUDGET. Page IA Youngsters,teachers ready for long-awaited first day of school By SARAH DUKE Stab Winter In another week children who only a few y**ars ago were babies in their mothers' arms will em balk on Uh? adventure of their lives They will stat! sc»kk>1 Five year-olds Joshua Langhurst and Randy Pittman reflected tor a moment Friday afternoon about the significance of beginning their educational careers in kindergarten next week They’ re excited "We ll probably have to do a lot of homework you know. writing and stuff." Joshua said Kandy agreed saying ail the homework rn kindergarten pro bable will take a lot of hts tune al lei school "I wish I had a coin puler to work on that would be a lot easier ” he said Kandy will tie going to Goodwin Primary Joshua isn t real sure where tie will be going to school, but tie thinks it will be at Lamowl Maybe that’s Comal Elementary but ttien again maybe it’s Lamar Primary Either way. Joshua will find out for sure soon enough Jeriah I knight v also is getting set for that big day when tie starts lo kindergarten He‘s very concerned about hts sc I hioI supplies and wants to make sure tie has just the right things Randy said he already has his supplies and his lunch kit He’s even knows what tie s going to take for lunch on Hr* first day of school Joshua isn I real sure exactly what will happen at school He already know s Ins letters fie said so he won’t have to I jot ber with thai anymore **1 Hmm one thing if you be bad at school they send you lo the principal Joshua said But he said la* w asn’t too sure just what a principal is Asked what types ut thing- he* will do in school. Jeriah said. "I already know what to do ai big school I ll walk in and get my name off/the desk .. I already met my teacher, but I can t remember tier name She had brown, no blond, no I think brown hair and it was kind of big, ’ he said The te ac lier seemed pretty nice, he ad-dod While these three* children who attend Ute Shady Creek Child See SCHOOL Page SA It's your turn Readers asked to participate in survey VV fiat do you think ut the news. media and advertising Published on Page JA ut this issue of the Herald Zeitung is a Zn question survey designed to afford the answer Those questions are seeking to determine advertising reading and listening habits, as well as the public s opinion ol Hie news media And although it s not necessary to answer every question, there - space prov ided for loc a1 respondents to fur thei detail then viewpoints The names of respondents are needed to verity the authenticity of returns, but the identity of each will tie protected on an absolutely con fidentiai basts Conducted bv a statewide marketing finn results of th** poll could well determine the* nature of advertising this area leads, secs and hears in Hie future Readers are requested to consider participating in this survey ;