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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 27, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas !•• I* if ii l ib! ary ii nr** ’*    loin    bouk    -ai y«*u •! ».deni * orb af t otm % an! I i Im** fc thai -MJI I hr ode f «■» Kit «kTfc and ,6 *i Iliff.v have ar rn •hi bb *i'.- at* I*»f use -a Iv in •abile .hr flim» calf be us Grand champion d ii. Uh* home or a' I ta- work sd rte The lib! Id new title" * a. h month TTH t* twin* /aho tiepfti r -.bop ha> p (lased the# leg tier" for the il.r ai v Muuk Kin ‘St Kistr am 4 cep So .More My I adj) tlOth I. 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IH-35 speed limit on council agenda I tie New Braunfels ( tty Council will take a vast ii id look at a pio posed sign control ordinance din mg its m«*elmg Monday city lianning Director Mike shaiHls said Friday there have t*een im* changes to Uh* o rdlance that wa" presenttsf to Uh' council two w«s k . agit \t that tune Fete l.mgamfellet presented Uh* pro po isl ordiatM e to the etMirtctl and it was approved (Mi its first reading lf approved Moi id av Uh* (*ldin.un e must Im* I ev lowed (MR e more Im*fore Ins. outing effective lf there are any chang* . I ex pet f it will Im* in clarification oi defining certain lei ms, -.hands said I assurd* it would tie very non controversial ami it will slide i iglu iii “ Uh* proposed oidliiance was dev eloped by a tom nut tee of Im al I Hisli ie ss people many involved iii Uh* sign business or sign users itegul.itions of on premise signs are not included in the proposed ordinance \lso lo Im* considered by council when it Haets at 7 kl p rn Mon day in tin* New Braunfels I billies meeting room will Im* the selection of a nominee to the Fontal Ap pi amal District Hoard of Ditec tors foi a two vear term hegtnn mg in January The council als** will consider Uh* final reading ut an ordinance gi anting a s(M*cial use permit for property at ZZ. s Academy for us** as a IMti .hmI breakfast est alii Lshmeot Hie council will consider Uh* se coml reading ut an anunal ( out col ordinance winch would provide foi city animal control officers and require dogs ami v als Also an emergency reading of an or durance establishing new speed limits on Interstate 15 mainlines and (DM ll agt* roads w Ullin the city limits* w ill Im* considered Cote staffs conclude Commissioners must ‘sell’ water recreation district ti * DAV.D MAY Stat! Wf der it a p* (posed watei ut muled recreation distri* t is to have a ( hum ** of gaining voter support espev tally among those within tin* district s proposed boundaries public hearings and tM*tu*r dissemination of inlot mat ion may be mss led Comal ( ountv Commissioners sept 14 unanimously ap proved plat ing the questH>n of formation of the district before county voters on upcoming November’s ballot The district is tieing considered as a measure to ’jrov ide funding as a means of shifting tin* burden of maint amant e and improvements from county ad valorem taxes lo those who v isil and use (minty I ac ll (ties ami waterways Me are just getting lino tin* meat of this si id John Wilhelm president of tin* Canyon Cake Chamber of Com (fierce A lot of p«*ople do not underhand a lot ut this thing I think tile commissioners need to come out here and talk to Uh* people before they go jumping n it feet first ” Wilhelm said ho supports creation of the district which would provide funding through several opt ions so- h as im plenum!mg a sales tax or user tees issuance of revenue bonds and hotel occupancy lax Moines derived would be used for road maintainance and improvement* place meat of permanent ta* littles and litter control I fu* Canyon bake Chamber of Commerce and the (.realer New Braunfels Chambei ut ( ommerve have united iii sup(*ort of the proposed distr let * The worst thing we can do is to sit bv idly *’ said Tom Purdum executive director for Uh* New Biaunleis chamber during a chamber luncheon last week Ob vmusty a lot of people are not going to be irilor tried about this ’ legislation approved earlier this year specifically for Comal County authorized local option iii reference to lot mat ion of a Comal Count) W atef Or tented Distr let Voters countywid* will be asked lo vote on (In question ol Uh* district s formation The district s proposed boundaries border the northern and western city limits of New Braunfels and extends See Dill RKT Page JAOpa counting begins today, see the rules, Page 16ANew Braunfels Vol 134 No 188 Sunday September 27 1987 50 Cents New Braunfels Herald Publishing Company 707 Lancia St Nev* Braunfels Texas 78130 (USPS 377 800> Four Sections 48 Pages Stretching the point Zaffirini vows The stainmtisch alane was drawn bv \v is M Mittwedeof New Braunfels Says Xvi-. \ stumm fis h could Im* a quilling table with all the female members of a family participating ! remember as a child in Min nesota my grandmother her sister my mom her stsiers plus cousins in laws and friends sitting around the quilting table At some moments more gossip future plans stories were ac oinplish* I rather than quilting \vis wins a Ire** lunch courtesy of Harold Zeitung ( all Harold or Jim if'. *144 I "et up the date Avi" And w* ?» auk you for V(*ur support lf }    . . « in iring artist or even if you re no! draw what your lea of a stammtisch a table for rom* to q>eak and send it to Harold s stammftv h Search 7b7 I .anda st reel New Braunfels levas ,Bl sh \v t ll use em all sooner or later am! you ll get the* (rev I urn h too SJM aking of quilting Anyone * ar ’ rig tit lear? u quilt * an tw*g.n that ex jar leu. * front k to 7 pm « k * Amt ML wilk ti IS the fir "t day of a 'brev avek (HUI -a* tieing faugh! bv } velyn Met in a* I'ompl Lvhcd iUilter F Itta • a pillow or small *r git g will tie taught from tw-gmn UC ! * etal "I I * plus supple ' al F ami » F avorites af 63* r'is m ; lo , * Sr aiell for mole in matt*** \f*»» ti there arr inxtrvn ?.»r" for rghei kinds af crafls Mulls rte F amilv F ,i\(*ni*** is willing to iM*nsar the eft*Hi Nicoie Bsockyveii took the Pee Wee Showman ship Aau; I tor sheep Saturday Her entry as with otters must show good muscle form when she stretches the animals neck to bring tfu- a , .1 s ho : into shape in the hee Wee category hoAeve some of the entries *ere larger than their owners and presented some stretching on their part as well The judge here is Jack Grot! N*:oH is the daughter ot Ram and Boot * B ack wen of New Braunteis ^ more fair winners see Pages 9-12A (Photo by Oeryl Clark) esc ape query as Little hides By DAVID MAY staff Writer Documentation i obtained late last week by State Senator Judith Zaf ftrim confirmed that convicted felon leonard Little w as transferred from Rusk State Hos pital on a decision from an mdepen dent hospital review board a quest lo nable move and one his sister said should have never been allowed On an order is^‘ .ued July 28 in Comal County state dist net court Littlewas placed in Rusk for a 90-day evaluation period aft* r having '**en found incompetent to stand trial on ag gravated rob), -cry and burglary charges only three we eks later on Aug Ih a Manifest Da nger Review Board recommended I attle be sent to San Antonio .state H< (spital where e was placed in a max imum security wing The reason for * .he transfer wa> that the board did rn g believe Little to be potentially dan gerous despite the fact that Little i s currently on parole for aggravate* I robbery and was recently indie ted on a similar charge Little walked out of SANM ia>t sun day after he wa s left unattended in a restroom while being led to a visiting area and auth, unties are continuing to search lur hn ti £aff lr un agr. *ed last Wednesday to look into circut instances sun-minding the transfer of Little 42 oft niversal City By Thu rsday afternoon the freshman senator was able to blain information that confirmed reports by various state mental health department officials she presented her findings on Friday while in town as an honan, guest in the Comal C ounty fair parade On parole for a 1986 aggravated robbery conviction in Bexar County Little was indicted here last March for the armed holdup of an elderly N*»w Braunfels couple and their grandson Jurors agreed with evidence presented by court appointed counsel Jack Robison and uncontested by District Attorney W ilium Schroeoer. that Little suffers from multiple per sonahtses ana other medical disorders Little has been in and out ot several mental institutions and has been the subject of numerous documentaries and studies concerning his rare mental disorders Not only does Little display as many as a dozen different personalities including one where he believes be ic a black man named Buck who is prone to aggressive behavior Dr James Joseph Ireland a psychiatrist testified that he is also a paranoid schizophrenu and showed traits of having Begani syndrome an organic mental imbalance A spokesperson with Rusk State Hospital explained Friday that tire review board is comprised of vanons See LITTLE Page 2A Stammtisch ;