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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 2, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas CHS JV    rips Lockhart,    Page 11/Hear 'n There, Page 9New Braunfels Vol 134 No 191 Uh* I oiled Methodist Women vs ii) meet Tuesday at y to >t rn .it the First I tilted Methodist Ghureh ' ■ ited speaker will be lima Symons 'Aho wilt give a dramatic present.! lion called \ laving Portrait of Naomi Ih«* pub!lr is invited X tors on a group of people here Aho Aant to lend their moral sup port to the causes of peace and en ding a ©rid strife includes the group s i hi-sen abel The Gather mg The group Th « led by New Hr.t.iii!* ,s*»r \ugie s, hroeder is not * onnev tis! in any a ay Aith the retail ceramic pr.*du» Is store The (lather mg ' cran rn shop on I.anda street Friday The Si*a Braunfels branch of the Ament an Assot tat ion ut I nsvervitv Women Ail! meet Monday .it u p IT, in the Hef t s. fine tor meeting room at New Braui.fei" Nation.* Bank VMW web tune* ne* eintets .intl the group is »t«ef. to m\ university <>r ohegt gf adnate New Braunfels t tins!(an V. a demy is . intoning the best of both AO rid' for t arg.i in hunters ami is holding .i gat ag*' and book sal** hi Dc’ i' .d *e* • Mission Drive I *xe '.ci- Atli last from ." am to 4 p rn that day ami the puhiit is invite*! st I r din is by the Lake Fptvt opal I hurth Ail! have its -as ood annual fall fest iv al un lect lo from ll a rn to & p Jti on th** * flu reb grounds .it the corner of I* M ka and spring Mountain t*nv* Admission Is free Hail Uh pf1 * ee*from {fie fest IS a> ;-*'.s-aod tv st I rartels outreach program a Ut go to a Im a. com mum tv fHjn profit organization Aith ifs*' hat anc** going nto the 'hunch t *uiidmg fund A * otnpieti bar tie* ie plate a ii) fir served beginning ll ani < offee ami dessert Adi fir av alia? .<* xx ta .if*,it t**er Aul fa- cts hand An am !lot a ti ta* ti* d at intervals throughout the day along Aith a turkrv vh*« t a U fig if handm.i.k* rafts items and games Jot * tref Mc a . ta supp * I bv st Francis oar musical group Ck*tn 11 sh mg lh** 'san Antonio Parrot A"-* ta lion am! th** heily XFP I .Kith Ai tiv itte- Prof gram is hosting tin* se • aid .tnnuai Bird I alk'tig Contnt 'saturday at IIH' Kelly At B X outh v enter tauld eg no Uh* l imiest is (•pen to th** put Ii* for entrants as a ell as viewers and lad M ar Ne a Bi aunfels shirtev Hui k took her parrot to the , <infest last sear arid a ill compete again this time t he* K in ami registration rn from ll a rn to noun ami is $:* (or memb**rs atid si for non members \ sea mg is from noon to I \ rn amt judging is from I to 4 p in \a urds Alii tie presented at 4 p in I arg*' and small f fits Atli tie judged in four arca' talking trick' singing am! whist! rig Admission to th** i ont»*st is 5t> * en!s for youth amt It for adults » ut (fie Kelly X outh » enter at 1425 Kilo or 9*25 40 kl for more inform.! thon Good Im k this M ar shirley NeA Braunfels Parks and He* tea turn Department is sponsoring a See ST AMMI ISCH Page J Beautiful but slightly breezy and cooler Aeather is forei aste f*>r south Central Texas over the weekend Highs today Alii tie in the up per nos with light and variable winds \s an antu pated front moves in winds a ill increase to IS it) mph and temps will cool to the mid Vis tonight Aith Saturday calling for mostly sunny and breezy con ditions The Menu CLASSI?ICO    12    ll COMICS    8 CROSSWORD    3 DLAR ABBY    9 ENTERTAIN MINT    9 OBITUARIES    2 OPINIONS    4 RELIGIOUS FOCUS    5 SPORTS ...............IO    ll WEATHER  ............2 State senator says Firearms control law not intended for local dilution New B a . ’**    *    • * .*    . *s* an Kour an : used a " ydra.iii year old Jean I ef' i t **** G yn com; a f car Thursday *. ‘ * * r *n* or a I "c** a a af'd overturned Gnbert Aas no* se'iou st» infused in Aba? .vas ca ted anunusua hoto bv Den. Cars Bizarre rollover accident entraps New Braunfelser B* SAW AH DUK E efforts to get hoi iA ith I iii Tier! Thursday to asN**ss her BHI Wr i*er h* car He ll"? t Th Ut*!, hi e •' njuries Baker said a device which N«*a Braunfeiv cm*u gen ■> * ot in iRiRirautf .mn. i.f-h a.«•' Uh* head and neck was t*H'hrn< san' n * • a . .lax that *of. :n**m to .*•< a' ’ *!(■'. ! id to I void int ur moved * ti*? < ar placed t •sack rn >* if* woman It keeps t ? * I ace That stabilized tt. their training 'kill and pall. ‘ .ox J iii ; 1 roof off cr tear a !«*!'. m» a** could moi** her around a tree a woman from h**r .ar '?.*** fin. va nNt^f* i Oil I c1 f a i *- A no * c ' n'’.** rn or* . .. -its the fire ch,of J**an Hltr iii. 1 • ■ m of n lh*t *• AU »f •* • m thing' are I I *»••*?% i‘m aped stoioys mint 'ii r car vt rn* * ,i ' ■ ; >« embai fin a. skills b ut a ben x ou ».»•' .1 af ferent There is 1 bice md th* lh* situation was evaluated appropriate precautionary and turnrd on it' vide .n f rout if th*? DOI cutlas for n tiring the perM>n 1 o.i' ur* -s tukon T Ms workers wet1 N< hiuterb.if n on I *<**x sir* ■**f lair r< »r ,.r». Bl! ter said thou’ It ie jot ii trying to loosen !n»* I bur-vlax morning Although vt r sui Turf said al! fire fighter' ha'.** .sr s gr ip on the woman tor tnt urux minor inj n **v * * «• woman taken 1 nit I a i*I.t"*" - n UM- of rescue Bai *r said that during a collision wav frapptxl in th* car for mo 11 •» ,> equip!! irnt and ail c J? ton* firemen 4n* he hum ar. bod . is thrown into places k 3 n A O’! g**- * tr.i.fH'! * J* M' techniques So t A a' never .mended to go fhe of Isl** j th** JavT. At: lr fir nna n ''■ii gg < h#*' ! fl**' . th** «*•; J* pment training w it prs g ably moved forward tut od to re ira m* bor iv pmttv rn inch meehanu a1 ng Thu i sday s wreck and of course I* lr** . tm*? CT: Ti hp Bak* r Va id J- MN ' Tiox hi ixc to tea a 1th patient care .Ti** wa' n ;! v<: that had her w**«ig t*** tifii. .anis .*vv#*' Mi*'.J *»ip«**rf 1 <* . orvti Th 'aid tion mimediatHv ip*»n affix J* Ab •os Tinicum' got inside th*- car See I RAPPED Page . Commissioners okay $11.9 million budget for 1987-88 Br DAVID MAY Staff Writer * ountv « on im I** Mouert* Thursday gaveprelirninurv approval to Is operating t>u*tg«*t of III * million Horn** IJ pet * **nt ox cr tt;** oui tent \eat s expenditures Th* po* posed bm!get Adi U phi. cd in th* county deik soffit. tm • dav put display Commissioners indicated mot** paring ami reworking of the recoin mended tHidg**? xviii .* > m fief .re final approx al is gr.iut**d Commis Cloner Ned ( said the ret oui mended budget is full of hoi es Of the SU a million overall ex pen dlture Items I*. 3 million is in the By DAVID MAY Staff Writer State Sen Bill Sims said recently that '’ate legislation empowering counties to restrict or prohibit discharge of firearms rn populated but unincorporated subdix 'ions of IO or fewer acres was not intended to ?** diluted nto anything less Statements made by some county commissioners during public hear gs held two weeks ago suggester! that both the lo-ac re provision and the type* of firearms covered could tx nterpreted n different ways and •mmissioners could use discretion in Anting an order That wa** certainly not the intent the hill -ai I Sims D-san Angelo o! Senate Bill 583 passed in regular session for counties statewide 'Ae had it much broader but I agreed to ar amendment made in the House It Aas meant to regulate on IO acres or .ess not to allow commissioners to p.cs a number between one and lit 'ims said had the intention beer, for county governments to use ii', ret ion arx powers m writing local or h ts the bill would have been worded differently It would have been a whole different process lo me d i' very understandable The county attorney is currently trading an order which Is expect* to r>e brought hack to commissioners court within the next two weeks for consideration State legislators pa" ed the bill largely through the efforts of ( any on Lake area resident' whc circulated petitions and testified to a growing problem in the county with huntei and poachers in subdiv isions near home' and families Commissioner Clyde Jacobs said Thursday a possibility exists that an order will be in force in time for the start of deer hunting season Nov 14 but that commissioner' may seek a referendum on the issue during a genera, election next year A majority of the community has expressed they want strict regulations but I am not suit that is a true majority.’'said Jacobs The Precinct 4 commissioner said Tie has propose I the order be written with a sunset provision Based on the votes cast it would either stay or die Tha* would be a true exercise of the w i<he' of the majority Commissioner Lorenzo Camarillo said while regulation of firearms is necessary around the lake ’here may be concerns about adopting an order effective countywidie Two public hearings held tw. weeks ago hoard varying comment about the county’s intentions to draft such a resolut ion Jacobs said he was also ut. lear as to whether the county had discre- See firearms Page J By law 'he county will reduce its proper?v tax rat** next year bused (Mi Se* BUDGET Page 2 September permits indicate increased residence building City building permits issued in each of the 14 newly permitted hon,**s September indicate that home is $68 oh* The averagt value is dux.ii building is increasing in the city from the 173.300 average value of T Killeen perm * wen* issued for new homes for which permits were home' in the cliv last month as op issued in August potato six porrn*'mr single family Thm. o( the neu single faimiv f omes issued luring Augud    home permits were for homes \ aiued I'he permits include just less than at    lhan S3(,>00u Gtht,r bome> ll million worth of new home cc* range in value from $34,400 to struttion in the city In Xugus* per- $171,950 The homes have an average mils were .ssue-1 mr $ be .too worth of 0f 2 SSO square feet of living space rn*w home construction Three permits were issued for new ^ Au vomniercial construction per home const ruction in New Braunfels mitv *ere lssoed lr* September One in September lHHb Those permits P^nrut *s for a $140,000 convenience were issued for $157 (iou worth of new 'hire and gas station at ISH Ire* rstate borne construction Also last year    ^    second    permit was for a permits were i>'ued for three FIS ouobridal ihopal 1531 VAalnut 5upU*x«*s totaling $2-15 **iu in value and one tourplex worth $228 oui Three commercial construct kin permits were issuchI one year ago for I'tie average estimated value for $81 worth of construction ion has ?<**»*n projei t**»i I? look' Ilk** w** .lie in good -.hap* 'aul County \udit»»t Bate h»n»l Now we just Thipe .ill *>ur pro's levi fund' iuniv in VV** JU'? have to wcat it every month Bond '.od h«* is projecting a surplus *fv naliktfi ut the **rk1 of I HHH but he il-o i' anticipating that surjiius fund 0 lei UMM to $240 0*1 by tin* end of i‘ahs The county began this year with 1 surplus fund of $6.12.000 XX Uh a half cent sales tax taking ef Books for sale general fund lH*spite an in. reast* in lect Jan ! Bond is projecting vales operational . ost a projected tax revenues tn 1988 at $1 026 million Divers coverge in NB to clean up the Comal Mure than JOO divers (rom Houston and the Gulf ( oast region are de sc et 1 ding on New Braunfei' this weekend to get their feet wet and help improve the environment along the Comal Kiver as part of the lith Annual Trashiest The Trashiest held the fir't Satus day in (.k'tot>cr **ve> year. draws divers to th** area to clear the w .liers In the Comal Rivet F.ach year ti»ns of every imaginable kind of trash has been dredged up from Bu* riverbed (.kids are this year won t Ik* any dif ferent In the lasts few xears the Trashiest has turned up some real unusual finds from below the water Divers have located thing' such as bath tubs Christmas trees and ail conditioners during recent * leanups not to mention th** ordinal v trash » an' I mottles and ring fat' by the ton Ortified divers ami their ti ends are mv ite<l to join Hie effort from 9 a in to 7 p rn on the banks of the i otnaI River in Binman Island Park Gene Baugher Trashfest chairman, said the event has more or less evolved from a loosely organized group of friends try mg to clean up the river to a large group scouring the river for garbage Trashiest is spun "4!red by the Texas Gulf Coast Council of nixing Clubs Baugher said the group arui the event are non profit and the cleanup is done completely bx volunteers It just evolved he said about the See DIVERS. Page 7 Blanche Sanders left book sale chairman and Dittlinger Library board member, loads a truck with books with the help of Babs Rigby, center, and Linda Effinger, president of Friends of the Dittlinger Library The Friends are sponsoring a book sale at the meeting room of the library today and Saturday from 10 a m to 5 p rn to raise money for a set of Encyclopedia Britannica Paperbacks are selling for 25 cents and hardbacks for 50 cents and organizers say there is a large variety of books available Last year's sale raised more than $1,000 to help the library buy shelving racks and filmstrips. (Photo by Frances Bridges). ;