Tuesday, September 28, 1982

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 28, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas Texas Inc box Fair mishap Four injured in carnival ride accident Sunday By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer Something which everyone always hopes will never did Sunday at the 89th Comal County A portion of the one of the carnivals 35 amusement broke off while the ride was in session Sunday shortly before 6 Eight people were stranded on top of the ride when the arm of the ride broke a spokeswoman from the New Braunfels Fire Department said The latter truck had to rescue These were not on the arm that broke she But four of the additional six people that were riding in the portion of the ride which did break were she These which included two New Braunfels residents Rachel and Reyes Villareal and Canyon Lake resident Angela were taken to McKenna Memorial where they were treated and released Sunday for minor the spokeswoman Also Sunday around the same a wreck occured IH 35 approximately eighttenths of a mile south of Solms Thirtyfour year old Sharon McElwreath of San Antonio was traveling south on the interstate when a tractor trailer truck driven by Edward Edgerly of Minnesota collided with her McElwreath suffered minor injuries and was treated and released from McKenna Memorial an EMS spokeswoman Acting chief Wilson named city fire chief Jack acting chief of the New Braunfels Fire Department since August is now chief for City manager Delashmutt made it official and announced his decision at the City Council meeting that Wilson has been with the department for two serving as fire marshal until the resignation of chief Darvin Wetz last He brings 27 years of experience to this Delashmutt In his new capacity as fire Wilson accepted a proclamation declaring Fire Prevention Week in New It will be the chiefs job to appoint a new fire Wilson said hed just started looking and probably wouldnt make a selection for two weeks at To this is a real important and I want to make sure I get somebody that will do a good he DYANNEFRY New Braunfels New Texas 190 14 Pages TUESDAY September ascents USPS 377880 Sparks fly over Boarnet resignation Roller blur Courtney Martinez and Tinel Villanueva arent really zipping along at 50 miles an hour on their roller skates down Oasis Staff photo by looks that thanks to a little photographic ACORN suit to cost city City Council authorized payment of in damages and court fees Monday and hopes its seen the last of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform The payment will resolve New Braunfels court battle with the Austinbased better known as The handed down 7 by United States District Judge Fred breaks down as follows Two ACORN and Judy were each awarded in damages for civil rights Fees for their attorneys make up the rest of the sum for Dale Muller and for Steve We but we said councilman Donnie after City Attorney Irvin read a letter from the consulting law firm Stephenson OConnor of San I think you can definitely say that we Boarnet The judge technically decided in favor of the but he awarded them only a fraction of the they asked in fees and New Braunfels and ACORN have been at odds since April when the Austin group ran afoul of a city ordinance requiring doortodoor solicitors to purchase permits and register with full iden tification at City ACORN delegates claimed this ordinance was in violation of their civil and therefore Boarnet offered to waive provisions of the law for this particular ACORN took exception to its being on the books at and filed a lawsuit last Answers and preliminary hearings dragged out over the next six with the final hearing before Shannon held on April That same the City Council amended the solicitation deleting provisions that ACORN found believes that may have had a bearing on the light sentence handed down by I was well said the city After researching he had been convinced New Braunfels didnt have a chance of winning the Other cities involved in similar he have had to pay a lot In his consulting attorney William Hooks said that New Braunfels had put its best foot forward in a bad situation and that Shannon had given the plaintiffs the short end of the If had awarded any less damages than he I would feel concerned that we would be in danger of having his Order reversed at an Appellate level under a ruling that he abused the Trial Courts discretion I sin cerely hope that in the will see fit to conduct their activities outside of New Braunfels and Judge Shannons jurisdiction Hooks See Page 14 By DYANNE FRY Staff writer New Braunfels City Attorney Irvin Boarnet still plans to resign in the interests of promoting har mony in city His hope may be The very issue of his resignation has created a strong discord on the City Boarnet announced his intentions at the 13 The council made no public The at torney told the HeraldZeitung the following morning that he had been under no pressure to resign that after 10 the job was taking too much time away from his private Councilman Max Winkler told a different story Monday the time came for official ac ceptance of Boarnets On Boarnet received a call from Councilman Donnie Winkler representing Mayor Stratemann told the attorney that a majority of the council wanted him to resign his and would vote to fire him if he The resignation was requested right Boarnet objected to that because of two pending legal and offered to leave at the end of I was not authorized to make a decision on Winkler He added that Seay rang presumably to check with Stratemann and other council and called back two hours later agreeing to Boarnets Winkler claimed that he and Councilwoman Barbara Tieken were never and said it was gutless of Stratemann to pass on his dirty work to another council He also called attention to a newspaper article in which Stratemann stated he was surprised at Boarnets If the quotation in the newspaper is it must be a It was a surprise from the standpoint that I know he was going to do it Monday Stratemann In a telephone interview after the the mayor agreed the facts of Winklers story were He added that the other four council members Gerald Joe Rogers and Laverne Eberhard had asked him several months ago to look into a different city I deliberated for some he We anticipated that a couple of council members would be Stratemanns reasons for taking action he as stated in meeting was that we wanted to handle this matter in a way that would keep Boarnet in the high esteem of the If theres anything wrong with trying to keep a mans rather than cause a floor as some would apparently like to do he indicating Tieken and Three assenting council members Mayor Pro Tem Schaefer was absent indicated they had great respect for and that he had done a good job for New But they agreed with Stratemann that another attorney might serve the city See Page 14 Inside Todayss Weather It should be windy and warm this turning partly cloudy and warm today and Winds will be from the southeast at 1520 mph today with occasional decreasing to 1015 mph Sunset will be at and sunrise Wednesday will be at Cardinals clinch The Louis Cardinals became the first team to clinch its division Monday by beating the Montreal Expos while the second place Philadelphia Phillies were losing to California may be as the Angels need only one victory to eliminate the Kansas City See Page TV Services scheduled for Tschatschula Services for Marvin Tschatschula will be at Wednesday at Cross Lutheran where he ministered from 1964 to Carl Heckman of Austin will and burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial all under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Tschatschulas retirement from the ministry was forced by In November of he underwent surgery for a hereditary kidney and began dialysis at that He died at San Antonio Community Hospital at the age of Born on in he was the son of Paul and Bertha nee Boetcher He married Reita nee Efird Tschatschula in on Under Cross Lutheran Church enjoyed tremen dous The church went from a budget of in 1964 to in Cross Lutheran Church also grew to be number one in mission giving in the TriSan Antonio Cir which includes 25 churches in Southwest The pastor held a doctorate of divinity degree in Biblical In and in His past civic involvement in New Braunfels included the Lions treasurer of the Mental Health Mental Retardation board of one of the first board members of the Community Service a chairman of the Parks and Recreation Advisory and a member of the Chamber of Com the Committee on the Bicentennial Commission and the Industrial He also gave Got a Minute devotions on the local radio station for 14 He is survived by his Reita Tschatschula a Elizabeth Anne Tschatschula and a Mark Allen Pallbearers for the Wednesday service will be Carl Kenneth George Kenneth Henry Howard George and James Memorials may be given to Cross Lutheran the Texas District Church Extension or the Kidney tax roll due by November 1 Glenn Brucks Instead of playing Name That Comal Commissioners and Glenn Brucks played a little game of Name That Date The magic date in question turned out to be 1 which is when chief appraiser of the Comal County Appraisal has promised to turn over a finalized tax roll to the Commissioners have become anxious in recent weeks as to when they could get the final list of county property since without it they cant plan for next years which goes into effect In previous the court by this time has already held a series of budget workshops and tax hearings and has adopted a new budget by The Appraisial has run into numerous problems in getting that tax roll as Brucks pointed out This is the first time weve taken three seperate tax rolls and tried to combine them into he said referring to the city and Comal Independent School District tax Throughout the theyve all developed their own ways of doing the tax rolls and the three did not Brucks Within the next two Brucks expects the ap praisal districts board of review to have completed its Weve had a little over 200 ap pointments made to meet with the he And over half of them have been After the board of review has completed its Brucks said it will take another week to com plete the paperwork resulting from the boards That adds up to a November 1 com pletion he County Judge Max Wommack anticipated that the county could probably start working on its 1983 budget a week or two before the tax roll was That means we could get the final tax bills out sometime in said Monroe So were really not in that bad a Getting the tax bills out at that See Page 14