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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfel VIV s Vol 134 No 178 Stammtisch Sunday September 13 1987 50 Cents Four Sections 40 Pages ss - ' r Th*1 *t animose ti above was drawn bv Virginia Carasco who works at Heavenly Delight.'' n Nan \ntonio Street This table of cronies as it were is actually here in town at th«* ice cream parlour costume card Rnick knack shop across from Ut*nm Hardware lf the faces look familiar that s understandable Hie j.**ople are real people from right here rn New Braunfels Left to right on any given morning they are Bill Voight Bill Fart Bruce Allen. Don Bed ford Jess** y .Ring and David Horkovit? We made tbs - st amini is> h bigger caus** like some of tin* others \e received of late we re Ii ig some of the detail in an almost two .a, a half inch wide space Anyway Virginia gets lunch courtesy of Harold Zedong Harold is gaming weight from ail the lunches he .s been t>us mg sate is Any aspiring ar* st or would fie artist who has a g.**i idea ut a meeting plai t table a stammtisch is draw it arid send it to Harold s Stammtisch "earch TUT Lamia st Ne* Braunfels Texas 7811k* We have -a'sera! iii the wings an t we ll use em ai, st* aer or later and when we do the i reatof vet" {od once for fret One reported killed in accident Saturday t >ne man w as reported dead and at least one other injured atter a traffic accident at Hunter Road ami Hilo Road late Saturday Comal County sheriff > Depart ment responded to Hie accident at 11 ut p rn Details were incomplete at prevstime twit reports at ll At pm indicated one male passenger in a vehicle involved in he accident had suffered head in juries and emergency medical personnel were unable to revise the victim enroute to McKenna Memorial Hospital Al least two people were in jured one perhaps fatally The victims were transported to McKenna Memorial Hospital where condition of survivors was unavailable at pres slime Clerk pleads guilty in city funds theft A former police department clerk i harged in April with theft of city fund' plead guilty to the charge in district court here Thursdav md received a pro hated tern. Tons a Hurd W indham 21 of I812t Mission Dr was fired from tier ptisition at the department April 24 follow mg an investigation SeeCi-ERK page 2A Charges filed in boy’s death A Canyon Lake man faces charges of criminal negligence in the traffic death ol a 14 year-old rattler youth Sept 4 laepartment of Public Safety Trooper Jim shea said charges were filed T nday against Rn hard Rhinehardt, 22 The charge is a Class A misdemeanor according to Shea Rhinehardt driving a pickup pulled out ot a private drive on Hillcrest Drive when a 1973 Honda motorcycle driven by Matthew James Middleton slammed into the side of his truck The accident oceuri ed rn the tw dight hours Middleton, who attended Mountain Valley Middle School died as a result of head and internal injuries His death was the fifth this year on county roads according lo DPS officials here Although the teen was not licensed lo operate a motor vehicle Shea said it was determined that Rhinehardt was still negligent in the operation of his vehicle A rare sight Ray Sc tv* ti w,» - positively gleeful Alamo Area i . >uta ii of Government" has •-< n’ nots* ♦ to a bun* ti of New Braunfels employer* notifying them that the agency is co ut»otw»nng a seminar on immigration reform aiel it" appikabuty to employment Iii '"at; Antonio for a tot JJG VV e s*»\*-your Sin* leather folks lia r* are piontv of glaces available for an official and exalt •same ■seminar being isponxored herr Thurs lay sept i: in Honors Hail for a dinky I charge That * right ilur local Texas I mpe»vmen! * ..romism*mu and Create, new Hr.tunfelx » h«mt«er of » otnmerce will spun set a seminar un the foxierai Irnt’.ugj ai*u*i Reform and Control Act of HHC broker into two "o*i(iii* beginning at ** a m and I stf* til ni t I Iii? a1 ' ?» ITI fk    ! Texas Southern Railroad of San An tomo plans to use three EMD F-7 diese locomotives like the one pie tured to pull their coHecLon c‘ Pu man ars as a dinner ^a*n bet* .v*e? San Antonio and Sat Marcos to Laredo on chartered trips and to Danas Cowboy football ga?nes The f ’ model aus *■ st bult in the * '■MOs and Aere used by all major railroads until about LO years ago The F ' engine replaced the steam locomotive The tram pictured pull ed through New EPaunfeis Friday ahemoon on its way to Dallas to bring persons a^or ling today s outdoor Mass n San Antonio with Pope John ii it was s nedu!ed to ar-nve ’bis morning r Sac Antonio around £ am EMD is the locomotive division of General Motors ‘cholo by Dery! Clark I Love of the ages Elizabeth Weisman above has seen a lot of birthdays IOC to be exact This year tier gathered at her home at ion Woodland to elevate The Aonian atter reflecting on tier long lite tor a moment said her inly advise tor a living a happy lite would be to always ive like you re ready to die t morrow Weisman ha:. live 1 in New Braunfels since I9n0 when sne moved here from Mission She lived in Mission tor 40 years Wetsman s daughter Helen Mateiske lives with her Her son Bernard Weisman also lives in New Braunfels fcvelyn Br own below took part in the official grand parents Day observance Friday by having lunch with her great grandson Chns Spruell a second grad student at Goodwin Elementary School The second graders were asked to invite their grandparents or great grandparents to lunch Hie first grade gets its chance Monday with the kmderyartenkids inviting their grand and great giandpaients to school Sept 17 ^Photos by Deryl Clark) Cuts in proposed '88 county budget likely By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Comal County Commissioner" have their work cut out tor them over the next several weeks as they prepare to balance a propos ed 1988 budget with requests exceeding an tieipated revenues bv some$l 2 million There is no doubt we have our work cut out for us, stated Precinct 2 Commis sioner Ned Craigmile We have a lot of soul searching to do " Commissioners Thursday completed their series of budget workshops, hearing funding requests from the various county volunteer emergency service departments and others relating to community promotions Department requests for 1988 total $6 597 million $732 oho over the current year s amended budget Despite the present revenue shortfall commissioners were unanimous last week that if they had to make a dec ision now they would not favor an increase in the county " current ad valorem rate .4 12 cents per llou in property valuation It seems like we will be in the position not to raise taxes based on Hie preliminary hearings we have had with the depart merits stated Precinct J Commissioner Iwrrenzo 5 ankee Camarillo Camarillo, who "aid he doe" "apport a proposed 3 to 5 percent employee salary increase sec*' a projex ted "pending surplus of SSiW.uuu as the reason no hike ,n property taxe" is for** seen "Everybody wants more. I have a tax rate in my head but I want to look at the numbers." Fred Clark Comal County Judge ■(lur anticipated carryover surplus indicates we will have a surplus of funds he said Though "pending within the various county department is wen below budgeted figures the county is presently maintaining a contingency fund of only $3 Quo Commissioners are scheduled Monday to "et the county ad valorem rate for 1987 Taxes collected late in ’he year support ’he following \ear s operating budget The ses -ion in commissioner" court on the third boor of the courthouse annex is slated to begin at lo a rn There is no way I can support an in crease Precinct 4 Commissioner Clyde Jacobs stated It is a difficult situation I rn not "ure we arr ready Monday to set a tax rate I think we are going to have to make a lot of cuts ( raigmile agreed that setting the tax rate Monday may be a little premature At this time I do not think we are ready to address the tax rate, he said See COUNTY Page2A Aquifer board wants reduction of water usage in five counties Directors of the Edwards I nderground Water District al their regulai meeting sept 8 adopted a resolution calling fur the develop merit of a water conservation plan with an civet all goal of reducing water use in ail categories by IT per .eni throughout the five county district The district has been instrumental in edu* ating citizens lo conserve and prutev t th** Edwards Aquifer through programs such as Xeriwupe an*! educational programs throughout loc al school districts Die conservation plan will initially focus on governmental participation in landscape water conservation to encourage decisionmakers at all See AQUIFER page 2A Lingamfelter committee J w* Michie i hit cit * manager went on .ad week " mad trip lo I.enrgetown and UC her places to "ex* how other towns ac compii"hed or dutn t accomplish restoration ut thew i erm ai I *us I fit*"" districts While in boirgetown tost week J** parked his t ar un a i msh g. town sire*-! and managed to park at»*ut b* oi so in ta*' into a yellow * ort Hr got a 11 kid for HO which t i**x*f gel ow n off i» sa % prom I Sr d tfiev would fofgivr and otherwt a* takr care of Cedar Rue k 4 ll Club will meet at 7 ii pm Monday sept ii in the Extension Sen ice office meeting room Parents are askt**l to attend with their kiddos f ive classes offered bv New Braunfels In dependent School District s Community Kdut atle) I vpur Intent w a! Begin this w**eK To register tot any ut them Call cam* J in Ila* cia vs* - are auto tm v hank" t>«‘gtnning Monday and meeting ftom 7 to 9 p in at til** high -a Im "ii Instructor is Harold (iud ie I and the bs is $.s* Multi level aerobic" costs I! \*‘t i a e. I W I. happen at ti p m Mi*11 days Wednesdays amt Thursdays at Ac alienly stri-et Gym Randy ‘ added ami Rebel ca rove ife instructors Basic Photography will Im-taught Tuesday sept 15 through t A** 2i> at 7 Wpm and will cost Jig Inst rut tot is John Settler Creal Books Discussion (iroup continue" througtiout ttie year at DftHinger Memorial I ibrary < lass is 2 to 4 p iii on alternate Thursdays under guidance ut John I lunker Sc VI AMMI ISCH Page JA (inly a "light cf aru e of afternoon thunderstorms poi st" t for today aik! Mondav a" ton aster s ate cailing for mostlv clouds conditions early in til** day giving way top trtly cloudy "kv s in the afternoon Highs Sunday arui Mon day are expecting to react) the mid ‘His, lyes it is silk summer iii South Texas Clouds nights ale called for with low" in the low 70s The Menu BID INI SS 6 7A CLASSI! IID 7 I IB COMICS Montage 4B CROSSWORD J A OLAR Abbr SA IHI LR I AINMi NI SB OPINIONS 4A SPOR IS 9 12A to present sign measure A (ult agenda awaits members of tile New Braunfels City Council Mon day The council will tackle the old issue ol sign control in the city A city committee disbanded in disgust after failing to draft a sign ordinance that drew local support less than a year ago The city appointed committee was Hie second of its kind lo fail in its mission to draft an ordinance that would satisfy both Hie business community and persons mainly interested in preserving the aesthetic value of the city A new ordinance drafted by an in dependent group headed by an adver Using executive will be considered by the city council Monday Pele Lingamfelter owner of Oasis Out door Advertising Co and leader of Uh* group Uiat drafted tile ordinance called the ordinance a compromise between thus* factions that divided over previously proposed or (finances If Ute ordinance is approved Mon day. it will face two more reviews before going into effect In other action th** council will consider the second reading or emergency re adm of an ordinance which would prohibit the consummp tion ol alcoholic beverages or posses sion ol an open container ol alcoholic beverages at in the HFB Soccer Park The council also w it consider adop ting animal control regulations designed to protect the public health and safetv by regulating the control of dogs and cals The regulations also would require vaccination re quirernents and provide procedures tor reporting rabies The council will consider the selec Hon of a nominee for the Comal Ap praisal District Board of Directors for a two year term Als*) the council will consider appointing three new members to th** Library Advisory Board for terms ending in September 199*1 The council will reconsider a move to proceed with what would tie th** first condemnation action in recent history The move was blocked two weeks ago when council members Ramon (.’hapa Jr and Loraine Kraft opposed an effort to take legan action to condemn properly belonging to Kirby and irene Wilson in order to run sewage line through their proper ty The New Braunfels I unties Board of Trustees has requested the council consider the action Kraft and Chapa stalled the action during a Sept I meeting in which two council members were absent The Wilsons said during that meeting that they had agreed to allow the sewage line be put across their property but NHI officials changed their minds about the price NBL officials contend the WU sons misunderstood the offer The council also will consider a resolution designating the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Com merce through its downtown revitalization task force to advise and assist the city in improving the downtown business district Also the couth ll will consider a i evolution dissolving the Department of Public Works and establishing a Department of Vehicle Fleet Management City Manager Bill IXibrowolski took over the Public Works Department when Fred Ryden resigned from that position Aug IT Dobrowolski will remain in charge ot the road division ut the department The city is taking ap plications for a manager of garbage collection and fleet service ;