New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 9, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas
2A New Braunfels Heta\6-Zeitung Sunday, January 9,1983
Landa Park matters head City Council meeting
luanda Park concession bids will be reviewed yet again by the City Council in regular session Monday night. Members will convene in closed session at 7 p.m. in the council chamber, then reconvene in open session at 7:30.
Residents in the neighborhood of an old city dump off Kuehler Avenue will present a petition asking that the city not put silt dredged from Landa Lake at this dump. But the dredging may not take place at all. New Braunfels Utilities had planned to lower the lake on Monday, but the discovery of an endangered species of fish in Comal Springs has caused the pr oject to be postponed for a week.
Council members will look at the city’s proposed voting districts, as redrawn by the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, and get a briefing from City Attorney John C'hunn on how to put the plan up for public election.
They will also hold public hearings on two zoning changes recommended by a city board. Anita Jaroszewski has asked for sma 11-business zoning on a quarter-acre tract along Alves I-ane. Most of the surrounding land is owned by Jaroszewki’s family. And the developers of Walnut Estates have asked for
another chunk of zero-lot-line zoning in that subdivision.
After the hearings, council will vote on the rezoning and two other ordinances, one of which amends the Oct. ll ordinance banning glass containers in city parks. Two earlier rezoning ordinances are up for a second reading.
Terms of two Public Housing Authority trustees expire, and council will fill those seats Monday night. Also up for consideration are a resolution encumbering New Braunfels Aero Service’s lease on the municipal airport; an increase in hospitalization insurance premiums for city employees and bids on two lawn mowers for the golf course.
Golf Course Advisory Board
Fees and possible rules of conduct for kids on the golf course will be discussed at Tuesday’s meeting of the Municipal Golf Course Advisory Board this Tuesday . The board will meet at 7:15 p.m. in the Pro Shop at the Landa Park course.
Board members will also hear the manager’s report and set a time and place for their next meeting.
Funeral services for Rust) Wen/el, 21, are set for ll) a.rn. Monday at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church. He died Saturday, Jan. 8 at his home on Route <>, and will be buried iii the Sts. Peter & Paul Cemetery. The Rev Patrick Flanagan will preside. There will be a wake service at 7 tonight at Doep-pcnschmidt Funeral Home. Remains w ill lie in state until 8:45 a.m. Monday. Mr. Wenzel was the son of Gilbert and Evelyn iHansmanm Wenzel, born March 24. 1%1 iii New Braunfels. He was a member of Sts Peter & Paul church, and never married.
He is .survived by his parents, his maternal grandmother, Ida Hansmann of Seguin; four sisters, Barbara May filed. Donna Brantley and Connie Wenzel, all of New Braunfels and Janice Hugman of
San Marcos; and one brother, Glenn Wenzel of New Braunfels.
Ralph Pisani, 73, died Friday, Jan. 7 at his apartment in Eden Heights. He will be buried Tuesday in the Holy Cross Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York. Services will be held at a New York funeral home. Mr. Pisani, a retired cook, has been a New Braunfels resident for 20 years. He was born in New York on April 25, 1909, the son of Ralph and Carmela (1-atteria I Pisani.
He is survived by his wife, Theresa (Caramanica I Pisani of New York; a daughter. Phylis Malone and two sons, also of New York.
Staff photo by Cindy Richardson
The unusually mild winter (at least, so far) can be a little confusing. For example, as Felippe Ortiz of 215 S. Plum demonstrates, it's cold enough to wear a jacket, but it s warm enough to enjoy sitting on the front porch. January, normally the month when Texas winters arrive with a vengeance, hasn't lived up to its chilly reputation yet.Local temperatures
Friday’s high was Ii!) degrees, and Saturday’s IO degrees lower at 59. The overnight low was 40. Today’s high will be in the low-00s, followed by an overnight low iii the mid-JOs Monday’s temperatureThe Nation
Ram and misty winds swept from the Northern Plateau into the Northern Rockies on Saturday, w hile scattered rainshowers lingered over the north Pacific I oast. the National Weather Service said.
Rain fell from the Texas Gulf Coast through the lower Mississippi Valley to the Tennessee Valley.
Thunderstorms developed from the upper Texas coast to southwest Louisiana and west central Mississippi. Light snow was scattered over the rest of Minnesota and western Wisconsin as well as northeast Ohio, northern Maine and the western half of Pennsylvania.
Clouds covered the Great I-ukes and much of the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys. Clouds also were
spreading across the northern and central Rockies and the neighboring sections of the Plains.
Elsewhere, skies were clear or partly cloudy.Texas forecasts
North Texas; Travelers’ advisory in effect Un ugh mid-ima nill., .Sun lay be* mise > i dense fog iii east and south parts of North Texas. Fair and cooler northwest and cloudy and cool remainder of area with patchy fog and areas of drizzle developing over east and south portions early Sunday. Fog expected to lift by late morning with entire area becoming partly cloudy and warmer by afternoon. Increasing cloudiness and turning colder from northwest Sunday afternoon and Sunday night. Cloudy to partly cloudy and colder Monday. Highs Sunday 55 to 85. Lows Sunday night 25 lo 35. Highs Monday 49 to 56.
South Texas: Cloudy with areas of dense fog along the coastal plains Sunday morning. Scattered thunderstorms Southeast Texas and along the upper coast.
. Government Comal County Commissioners Court; IO a.in Monday, County Courthouse.
New Braunfels City Council: 7:30 p.m. Monday , City Council Chamber. A half-hour executive session w ill precede the meeting.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie
2999: Social meeting, 7 p.m. Monday. Eagles Hall.
New Braunfels Optimists: 6:30 p.m. Monday, New Braunfels Smokehouse.
Canyon Music Boosters: 7 p.m. Monday.
Crisis Line volunteers meeting:
Noon Monday, Community Service Center.
American Association of University Women: 7:30 p.m.
Monday, 948 Encina Drive.
Daughters of the American Revolution, (apt. James Jack Chapter: Monday at First Federal Savings.
American Cancer Society Volunteer Driving Corps: Volunteer signup 9 to 11:45 am. Wednesday, Senior Citizens Center.
Green Thumb Garden Club: IO
am. Tuesday, home of Mrs. W R. Parrett.
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372-1240NBISD eyes bond issue vote T uesday
At a special workshop Tuesday, trustees of the New Braunfels Independent School District will consider calling for a public bond issue to pay for the district’s expansion.
School board members plan to meet at 7:30 p.m. in the library of New Braunfels High School to discuss the bond issue and work on the “master plan’’ presented by their architects.
In this master plan, architects provided the district with $11 million worth of suggestions for expanding the district.
At Tuesday’s meeting, the board will decide which of these suggestions are most important and set priorities from among the lengthy list of suggestions.
According to Jessen and Associates, the Austin architectural firm hired by NBISD, the district is expected to grow by as much as 50 percent in the next decade.
To meet this growth, architects have proposed that the district build a new elementary school and complete a variety of renovations on current NBISD campus.Communication with teenager PTA topic
“Communicating with your teenager for a better relationship’’ is the topic of discussion planned for the next meeting of the New Braunfels High School Parent-Teacher Association.
Parents and students are invited to the meeting, which will be held Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in room 10-A, next to the library at New Braunfels High School.
A nominating committee will be appointed at this meeting and a short presentation, coordinated by Bonnie Leitch. on the high school math department will be given.
Ann Karbach, a psychiatric social worker, who has a private psychotherapy practice, will be the guest speaker. She is a certified by the National Academy of Certified Social Workers and is certified by the state as an advanced clinical practitioner.
Karbach received her master’s degree from Worden School at Our I .ady of the I-ake University. She was then associated and worked with a psychiatrist in private practice in San Antonio for several years. She also worked at Bexar County Community Guidance Center and served as one of their school consultants.
Burning brush topic of course
A shortcourse on the use of burning as a brush control will Ik* presented at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13, at the First Federal Savings and Loan meeting room in New Braunfels.
Dr. Larry White, range management specialist with the Extension Service, will conduct the training.
Subjects to be covered include “Fire As A
Viable Tool in Range Management.”
A demonstration lo teach ranchers burning techniques will be conducted at the Honey Creek Ranch on old Spring Branch Road on Jan. 14.
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Muenich suspect has trial reset
The involuntary manslaughter trial of Thomas Henry Young has been reset for Feb. 7.
Young, indicted in connection with an auto-pedistnan accident that took the life of Canyon High School junior Jimmie Muenich on April 17, was originally set to stand trial Monday, Jan. IO. However, his attorney, Kenneth Furlow from Beaumont, has notified Court Administrator Martin Allen of a time conflict.
“His attorney told the judge back when we set the Jan. IO date, that he might have another trial in Jefferson County,” Allen said Friday. “But we went ahead and scheduled it for Monday, just in case Furlow’s other case didn’t come off.”
The April 17 accident occurred in the 2100 block of the two-way access road on Interstate 35, near Richter’s Trading Post mobile home park. Muenich was jogging, facing oncoming traffic, when Ik* allegedly was struck from behind by Young’s Jeep Wagoneer.
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