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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 31, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas 410    H009    10/22' empire MICROFILM r-po BOX 816423 DALLAS, tx 75381 New Braunfels >AV Thursday December 31 1987 25 Cents One Section "0 Pages Image Teen Nightclub in The Oaks Shopping ( enter is hosting its first annual Ne* Year s Eve party tonight from 8pm to I a rn \dmis non is *4 Saengerhalle will have a public Ne* \ ear " E \dam e with music bv the Cloverleaf orc hest ra Tickets are available at the door or for ad Vance tickets call 625-50S4 \ F w ''tart/ Memorial Post 8800 in Start/vtlle at t unyon Lake will have a Ne* I ear s Eve Dance from 8 p rn to midnight Music wiii he pro v id<*d bv H V Smith and Friends and ta ket> are Ho j»*r person that pm e im lude' noisemaker^ and food at midnight Bring sour own bottle >et ups and t**vr *ill t** available A Ne* \ ear s Eve dam e *il! f*e tieid at Eagles Hall im EM in Canyon City from si p rn to I p rn Musk ss ill br bv Bits and Pie* es Ail veals are resrrvrd ami tickets are JIO j»*r ^hts*.;, Make re***rva 11 • if is by calling F a*: e* Hall after 6 p rn Til lets will ti** available at the <ki»>r 1-ike Dunlap Area Volunteer hire Department is hosting a Ne* "I far s Eve Dame at Kivert*eml Club Mims** from s p rn to I a rn Beer amt >et ups available B\**B and ■ ’ ger feuds < r covered '. st', Mush * ill be by Lexa' < oyfity Tickets a'* P ,n adv an. • r at the d»»*r First Pron ’ Partly cloudy skies and a slight chance of rain vs til ring out the old year today as the high is expel tex! to reach 60 Tonight a low with a slight chance of rain will drop to the mid dos A cold front will come in with the new year as Friday I high is expected to reach only in the mid-40* with a good chance of rain En day s low will drop to about tv The picture for saturday through Monday shows cold temps with highs in the dos and lows in the dos Happy New Year The Menu CLASSIFIED    9    IO COMICS    8 CROSSWORD    3 DEAR ABBY    b HOROSCOPE..    8 KALEIDOSCOPE    5 SCRAPBOOK .    4 SPORTS    6    7 TV LISTINGS    8 WEATHER. ......    2 County to review services, costs to proposed city Hannetore Brot’* is preparing to drive home those revelers //ho are unable to drive themselves tonight (Photo bv Frances Bridges Celebrating the holiday Taxi service, law enforcement ready for action S(»nng j blond Hive Munday from * a rn to I p rn when the blood mobile from South Texas Regional Blood •' I! t«r in front of the huich at the corner of Seguin and * oil Appoint merits may he made bv > .tiling • ha riel se Nolle a! *.** The ( of nil ( minty 'sportsman Association will rnft t«r having a f sh fry on Friday t*n a aw* it s .» boil day The Parks and Hex real tor. I apartment is offering a wries of d< g obedience clavers f«r ginning Jan JU from 7 to 8 p rn at th*-I .irata Hex reatwm « enter « ,**s*-s a n tie held on the following dates Jan JU Jan 27 Fen    Feb ii.1 Fe! IT F et 24 and March ('las* will t*e taught bv I **e Mullion who has taught 4*»g obedience iii VV .int ar ie* Ereten kvburg Kerr Ville ami Baltimore The class is JC    per WNI With I for equipment arn! Id for the i .as* The first class is for orienta Hon do not tiring the dog on Jan Registration will take place from a rn to p n Monday through F nday at Lamia Hts ( enter F ur more information i iii c hart ie sandtirrg at ♦'A* ti ,■ There are ie more ii grits on the Hospice New Braunfels Tree of Lights *hich are waiting to ta* turn rd on The fund raising campaign * (mtinik's througti Jan 6 Funds raised through the drive are used to fund Hospice services fur th* L< per em of patients who do not have in sa ranee coverage Hospice doe* not barge the patients or families but the services are paid for througti in sur a nee coverage or donations The -*87 drive gnal is 112 <*«U but Hospice has raised only I* IOU F or more information or to make a donation call 625 TSOU B, D a v i O v a r Staff .V* ft las ai Ne* lear s Five revelers who indulge themselves in the mn* day spirits are tieing ask elf to ever Cise* gin*4 judgment and leave the dm mg lo the s«>ta*r i *>mai lax. and I delivery Service for the seventh (onset ut ive year win tie offering free rides between 8 p rn and J a rn Ne* Year * Eve to ge* party goers home safe and sound The re.iv n we d«* this «s trv and save a life said Fianneiorr Brolze wt»o o * bs ami *per a', es th** tax a*r vice lf we at. save .i life either that person > or someone else > then we feet it s worth it Comal Taxi will have a van and at .east two vehicles available for rides ai I tie I milt* : t< a.i*a • ~ *. service is limited to those who live within city hmiLs ami Brot.e said she will not transport arsons from party to party or from bar to bar \rea law enforcement agencies will he patrolling streets and highway* New Braunfels Polite will have eight units on patrol the Department of F’ubik bafetv ani have additional manpower using motor vehu ie in spec lion officers on duty ami the sheriff > office will aiso will teef up patrols We ll have more pa trois out and be a little more visible out in the County said .sheriff Waiter Feners Fellers said problems with drunk motorists have been few in recent year" but said the possibility always ex sis this time of year Pie a**- dont drink ami drive” cautioned Fellers Let someone who hash t been drinking drive vou or your car mime DP' sg’ Bobby Holder said he an See HOLIDAY Page 2 By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Jan 7 is the date Comal County Commissioners have set to address the issue of providing services for the city of Canyon Lake should in corporation prove successful Commissioners requested Wednes day the matter be placed on the court’s agenda for possible action What level of sen ices at w hat cost is considered a key issue to the success or failure of the incorporation attempt Absentee voting has hesrun at the county courthouse and continues through Jan 12 The general election will be held Jan 16 at Mountain V alley Middle School I am looking forward to an open discussion or. this said Precinct I Commissioner J L ' Jumbo Evans Members of the court have said it is important for the county to luxe a stand on services prior to the Jan 16 election date FA ans as did Precinct 2 Commissioner Neil Craigmile said it is ap parent counties have statutory discretion to provide whatever level of services desired by the the city or the county There is a wide range of activity by other counties throughout the state said Evans ‘Research I ve done shows it s legal for the county to do road maintenance and the sheriff s jurisdiction extends throughout the county including in corporated areas "The law allows a wide latitude in what the county can do s^q * raigmile It will he a decision of the court as to what service's will >** provided and at what costs ” Maintenance of approximately 215 mile* of county roads which constitute about one third of all roads in Absentee voting heavy in county As of 5 p rn Wednesday 5n ballots had been cast in the firs* th: et* da\' of absentee balloting ir the Canyoi Lake incorporation election The County Clerks office reported ST persons had appeared in pers »r and two ballots had been returned by mail as interest in the incorporation question mounts Absentee voting will resume Mon day and continue through Jan 12 at the courthouse The primary election is slated for Jan 16 at Mountain \ alley Middle School County Clerk Rosie Bosenbury has estimated between 3 5oo to 4 <**■ voters are eligible to vote in the ele* lion called earlier this month by Comal County Commissioners following the filing of a petition by in corporation supporters Two public meetings have been slated for Jan 5 and 12 at Start/Community ( enter in Startzvilie Both meetings will start at 7 30 pm Organizers are planning to invite state government specialists and area mayors to discuss issues surrounding incorporation Panel discussions are ais) being con sidered The incorporation attempt com prises approximately ll square miles surrounding Canyon Lake prop* s d for incorporation as a General Law Citv the county's unit road system am* law enforcement are two of the big gest questions area residents have opponents to incorporation feat See SERVICES Page I Applications flowing in for city manager's post Nr A Braunfels ('sty Hail Is revel v mg a steady flow of application* for the cliv manager x position City se, ret an. A eronk a Sarko/i said three or four new applications nave f**en arriving at < tv Hah every day SO far she -va Kl af* Hit appt k at lofts have beer its rived ('tty Manager Joe Ma hie win leave hts position F eh t* He announced his resignation Nov * saytng the New Braunfels City ( our* ll ii* not working as a team Mayor c»t*i»rge Flrben said he has appointed an infornia. commute** made 4 of council members Fd tartan .. James Got kit read and lk»ug Miher to screen applk ants The mayor said it is difficult to say just when a new city manager will tie hired That committee is going to come up with a recommendation of to to 12 applicants then entire council (an sit loan in an exev ut ive session and nog at these names Flrben said adding that interviews *ouid begin after the initial screening of course this :sn i going to keep any of the city council members from going down to ( tty Hall and looking through the resumes New Braunfels has advertised in newspapers in san antonio Houston and Dallas and in a publication of hie Texas Muncipal league The mayor said he has not had time to ,t*»k through the resumes from ap pin ants hut he feels confident the ct tv w iii attract qualified applk ants ' It s very hard to say when we II have our new manager on board ’ F rt**n said I don t know whether we ll come up with anybody i think we ll have quite a few applicants and some very strong applicants but if for some reason we don t agree on one or don t think any of them is ideal we may have to advertise again Erben said no current cliv employees have applied for the pus. lion * I really don’t know whether anyone working for the city would be interested in the position or not he said The city secretary said at least one of the applicants is from out of state ?she added that some of the ap plicants are currently working as cl tv managers in Texas Applications for the city manager position will be accepted until Jar: 15 Hull files in GOP primary for County Attorney's post Day dedicated to world peace, prayer B , DAWID MAY SUM Artliff Bromising to be fair straighter ward and consistent Local attorney Jonathon Hull Wednesday flied to m**-x the Republican nomination for ( ounty attorney rn March s primary elections Hull said his experience as a civil arui criminal trial suaver and educa background will enable him to step into the office and ». arn out Hie functions of prosecutor and county counselor I feel like I have the ability and experience to be county attorney " said Hull who flied yesterday with Comal County Republican Chairman Rubble Borchers The duties of county attorney are twofold One is as a trial lawyer representing the people of Comal County or anyone here who might be a victim of crime Plus you re in a legal adv isory capacity for county offices I think my philosophy is in tune with the Republic an party and I think Id enjoy doing it "he said Hull Jy graduated in LOH from the University of Texas Law School and practiced law in Dallas for a year before moving to New Braunfels Both he and his wife Terry are at tomeys for the firm of Churm and Churm and they are expecting their first child in early March While embarking on his first political venture Hull said his family has a political background His father Truett Hull, was a prosecutor for Randall Count) and his great grandfather J H Kirkpatrick was a state senator and one of the first students ever to graduate from the CT law school lf elected Hull said he would like to continue with the precedent set outgoing County Attorney Potpie from all nations today are asked to say a lit tie prayer or meditate for peace World Peace l>ay is a time for reflection and renew ed determination to work toward personal and inter national peace said Kristina Smith bmith was part of a local group that gathered at 6 o clock this morning at the bandstand in Main Plaza to pray for peace between all people and nation* When people hear world peace they think it s so big that they can t matter But they don t realize that peace starts with themselves World peace starts at home smith said it s an international responsible tv it can't be left up to Reagan and Gorbachev >mith added that “it’s never too late to pray for peace Thank God for this year and let s all pray that next vear will be even better by Bill Jonathon Hull is the second person to file for nomination tor Comal County Attorney Reimer as being pro law enforcement and said consistency w as a key He also said he felt the Guardian Interlock Program is ‘‘an effective means bv which you can deal with a second time offender A method by which you can put up another roadblock ‘ His is the second filing for the County Attorney position Republican candidate Gary Steel has also filed seeking the GDP nomination A sign of the times X work®' goes about the job of taking down (hat remains of a store that has been a part of nwninwn Npwv Braunfels for more than 50 norwir.iarki  W r _ years. See Friday’s Herald-Teitung for a look at the closing of J C Penney s store (Photo by ;