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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 17, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Politics, etc. by Bennie Bock, Page 4 / Boerne burns Unicorns, Page 5 New Braunfels JsUeU New Braunfels. Texas Tuesday February 17,1987 25 Cents Vol. 134, No. 32 One Section, IO PagesIV IIH E | l^i M B ■ Nobody here appears to have any    HT HI.    By    monBls 4 disguised handwriting, elean up    1^K    than duplicate    worth    it. your grammar and come by in    ^^F-flt    I^H    City of New Braunfels to establish a person next time. ..    |y■    .»    ^^v;•?; f>y<f<.k '    <^H    viable crime prevention task fori e. City Manager boo Michie said he Sr    Greater New Braunfels Chamber of wants to get    on    this    as soon The local Alamo Area Council of    3^5    Commerce Monday voted to not as possible.' Governments .Job Training Fart-    ' i.JHH^HHH1    organize a task force of its own    Boeck said tie Slopes the task force nership program i.JTPAi offers free    ’ I' f*fp-    Chamber president Jean Ffeuffer employment .services to Comal    ^    ®    f J* *    '' *'"    ' I ll    I.Jb**    announced the decision to “modify"    See    (HAMBER, Page 2 County residents. There is no    |P^;^    A    B 4 a    I"    ll    ~    '    .*    the chamber's program of work for charge for the service. JTPA can lf    ^r*> a jga    I;    am    '    •_    1987. "I would like permission to —^    -    9 help train you, and more im-    "    ""    *' "    ^4    , f <'*D    dissolve the committee as a chamber IJq p 11511^7111/^ portantIv show you how to get and    I ai    .    J".. - *    function and suggest that Chainnan ^ WvllCll £jmk k^A keep a job. Eligibility requirements    I '-*51    . ' **    I,arry Brumbelow contact city of- * _    I*    J i. include being at least 18 years of    -    " v*a    _    .    r ficials to determine how the chamber |S ^^*1 T|lll fl<y| age and out of school, a county    *    & 'BB ^    .*    ’*    •,'    "    *    .    can best assist them in their efforts.” resident, U.S. citizen or alien    *    *    ^    ^    »    *    *' Pfeuffer said. allowed to work permanently in the    *    Brurnbelow    Tuesday    said    the United States and able to meet    -    #    <    4 ' - j;    ;    -    -    *    f    ,    *,.C    chamber s rationale for withdrawing income guidelines.    ockvl    cnen/staN    mrs    hit    from the program proposed by police Coming Sunday will be a story Posts implanted along Gruene river bridge approach are expected to alleviate congestion rhlt‘f Burney Boeck and authorized about JTPA’s program here and    .    .    .    tn..rict .,c*>    b> the cit> council was “we &dn'{ how one man found work and    P    d    sis..    jeel we neecjec| to duplicate the success through this worthwhile    ^    ^    B    things the city was doing There is no federal program....    | -.TMipKip flTTAf Tfl CTO who ls to Greater New Braunfels Chamber    Bf    M    rn.    Ia appoint a panel and a volunteer of Commerce’s annual wine and    director for the New Braunfels Task cheese party for winter visitors will •    /    a    ^    M    4%    •    Force on Crime Control and be from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. today in ^    ■"    ^    ^    « Prevention, said he has not named the Civic Center. If you’re visiting I    ■    ■■    I    MmMm I    |    I    IT    any one to the group.' The problem is our fair city, stop by. Ifs free and a    %    M    |jTyl I    I m Bf finding someone to serve as the fine opportunity to meet some of our    ■    —    (directon. It is going to take a lot of folks...    „    ,    .    .    tune and work.” he said    / Canyon I^ike Action Center Inc    ?'vV^?    kind of emergency vehicles across    little primitive, it was effective in    Boeck suggested rn his presen- helDed 24 Dwlide with emergency MallWrllfr    the bndw He said he feds c-rtain deterring people from parkine u>t>on to the council that a retired    —»■    - needs in January and Kebruarv to    .    that without the posts, that congestion tlleealK    person Hindu be called on to lead the dlte^^The ceZr s Crisis (-ommi tee u" "!a? “I!11, ** Ti I’ .    .    T cw.t«n|»r    Thris; policemen on duty at the effort to establish a network of Prtwrain has Drevented util'tl    Braunfels Department and    Set John Mchachern satd the    bndne also deterred people from    nepihborhood watch groups and    Pacharrina M^ice cutoffs tmtfnrovid^ fttod to    pub »'.rks emph.yees e. thne    posts are just one of several needed    eaustntt problems alenu the river    coordinate antt-cnme programs    Pacharnna those who had nothinu to eat. As the    ready for a H.shI of summer tourists    projects that wall ease the contteslion    funds for manning the brtdyte    throughout the city. Boeck’s plan is    Local businessman Robert center's staff outs it “Hard tunes    I he public works department has in the area f or pedestrian safety, suimner weekends have not been one modeled after similar task forces Pacharzina became the sixth can- Ho hn sonic of our Canvtai laike    insta led p.ists along t.ruene Road in    we plan on establishing a pedestrian    approved by the city council,    in other cities where citizens have    didate to file for one of three at-large n*iuhtar« nn occasion ”    ancffurt to picy cut traffic (ungcsiion    walkway, he said We had a lot *»f    McEachern said he is concerned that    organized such    things as watch    berths on New Braunfels City Council neignuors ueiasi ..... near the Gruene Bridge And poh<*e    problems last summmen with    lack of law enforcement officials    groups citizen    patrols public    to be    decided in general elections New Braunfels' City Secretary    officials have more plans for keeping    people walking on what we call the    may contribute to crowd problems    awareness programs and other anti-    April 4 Veronica Sarkozi was on eof 14    the bridge open to through traffic    wrong side of the road "    In    theory    ,    if    i    police    presence    1    is    cnme measures    Pacharzina w ho filed this morning people graduated by North texas    “This    was something that the«New    A portion of the bridge was    going to start, it would start a little    B.»eck said Tuesday he was    in City    Hall, w as unavailable for State University s (Denton) Texas    Braunfels ( ity i ( aum ii wanted.    designated as a pedestrian walkway    before the first holiday of the season    unaware of the chamber s with-    comment as of presstime today. Municipal Clerks Certification    said Hector Tamayo. New Braunfels    last summer, but McEachern said    which would be Memorial Day,” hi'    drawal action Monday but'that he    The    owner of The Plant Hails on Program. Each graduate spent    assistant city manager, 'it was    the walkway needs more definition    said. Ust summer, the city funded    would continue to    hope that a‘ blue-    North    Walnut. Pacharzina has been some 200 hours of individual home    turned over to the public works    "We try to get the people in a    one full-time police officer and twc    ribbon” panel could be formed to    involved    recently in designing a    new study, as well as eight twtwiay    department and they've been    inanagable area, sort of like a cattle    reserve officers to work at the bridge    appoint special subcommittees to seminars. The propgram is the only    working at it about two weeks.”    chute,” he said. McEachern laughed    during summer weekends.    address the plan he hopes will make    See    CANDIDATE Page 2 university level program of its kind    Tamayo called the post project a    about the crowds on the bridge but in Texas. This is a big deal, if you    "city-wide effort” between the New    added they can cause serious    # didn’t know, and our    Braunfels    Parks and Recreation    problems.    millT*£kfl congratulations go out to    Department, the public works "We find that if we don’t get the IvlClil IllJUi CU Veronica ...    department and police. The Rivers    pedestrians contained on the bridge, CORRECTION: The list of public    Advisory Board also had a band in    they sprawl all over it. They get up records provided by the county    the project. The board made several    there and lie down to sunbath and clerk Feb. 15 listed Pat Voigt as    recommendations last summer    they leave all their equipment on the having been convicted of driving    about ways to control the flow of    bridge,” he said “Cars can hardly while intoxicated. In fact, the    pedestrians and vehicles across the    get through there. We’re trying to get convicted party was Pat Voigt Jr.    bridge.    .    the people from Gruene to the con- We were asked to make that clear,    Gruene Bridge is one of the city’s    cessionaires (along the riven although the record did not....    niost popular sites for    tubers and without any problems.” _    .    r    _.    rafter* during summer months. "We The newly installed posts are a 5480 ^tomo t o^n,portarv    had people walking on the bridge,    more permanent substitute for the ^mpeUUon WI* held last week at    parking along the river and people    wire that was strung up along the University of texas al ban Antonio    being pulled out of the river,”    river last summer to prevent people Among Uie winners were New    Tamayo said, adding that congestion    from parking along the road. Braunfelsers Mat ey tsruemmer,    made it almost impossible to get any    McEachern said while the wire was a who took first place in the eighth grade division. She is the student of Carole Kriewaldt. Allison Tilly took    .    m an honorable mention in the same a ' I I | TAQ n AV*C| Cl O\7 category, while sixth grade pianist    tvClvllvl O |jd V Amy Cook took an honorable    ^ sSoftir    money ton    concern Congrats to the contestants and    J    mf New Braunfels can be proud of its    m ivorv tinklers    By SARAH DUKE    were given a list of concerns and y    Staff Writer    asked to rank them in orde of im- Mail your reservations now for    portance. Nine teachers added the annual Celebrity Waiters    Comal ISD teachers rank pay concerns that the teacher appraisal Luncheon, the proceeds from which    raises and financial issues as their    observance should be scheduled in benefit the Leukemia Society of    top professional concerns, according    advance. One teacher suggested the America and its research efforts.    to a survey conducted by the Comal    state-mandated teacher appraisal The “fun-raising” affair will begin    Educators Association.    system be eliminated. at noon Friday at the Holiday Inn.    Ray Joslin Walling, president of    The biggest areas of concent Waiters and waitresses will be some    the Texas State Teachers Association    following annual pay raises were of New Braunfels’finest trying to    District XIII, presented the results of    protection of accumulation of sick earn large tips to give to the    the survey to CISD board members    leave, a point that C1SD board leukemia group. Past luncheons    Monday and said teachers want to    members took objection to. have featured mayors, bankers and    work with the board and ad-    “Checking how much money we other ‘big names,’ so make a    ministrators into improve education    spend on sick leave, it’s amazing,” reservation, then sit back and relax    and the teaching profession.    Leroy Goodsoii, CISD board and have them wait on you a while.    “I want to emphasize that    this is    president said. He added he feels    A New Braunfels mechanic was injured Monday FM 482 at Friesenhan Road, directly across from It’s for a good cause....    positive action and we want to help,    teachers occasionally abuse sick vvhen parts of a truck he was working on fell on him. Comal Elementary School, when some part of the Th* asem!    not l^der,’’she said. Of the 14 iwues    leave. ^ ‘That bothers me very Robert Mikes, 37, was taken to McKenna Memorial truck fell on Nm. Control Burn, Inc., is a private CLASSIFIED............8-10    with financial    in-    "walling said she feels sick leave is HosPita,< transferred to Humana Hospital in San company specializing in brush removal, Ward said. COMICS..................S-7    creasing pay. “We were frankly    rarely abused and might be used less    Antonio where he was listed in stable condition with    Mikes reportedly crawled across the farm-to-market CROISWORD- ............3    surprised by some of the areas of    frequently if teachers had an in-    chest injuries. Mikes appeared conscious and in pain    road to the elementary school where a teacher found abay *    f    concern*" twW.    centive not to miss school.    at Comal Elementary School Monday morning.    Nm and called New Braunfels emergency medical OBITUAIIKI    2 The survey was sent to each of the “In e*#e1**’    I?    According to Billy Ward of Control Burn, Inc., Mikes' service for assistance, according to a schoolS* imVons. **::::::::::::: J assi- ^Jsssr «    *11 “ve * to «•*«•. *•    *«    ****«• *«* k**-™SMUTS..................... number, IM were returned. Teacher*    Set    TEACHERS,    Paget    about 10a.m. Monday at the company's proper* on    aaaYicuumzaaai NE Chamber dissolves crime Stammtisch ;