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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 5, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas Canyon Lake HvraldZeltmif January 8 Boat ramps closed no barriers in place BySANDRAJACKSON Staff writer Since no barriers are its hard to tell by but the boat ramp and launching area at Canyon Lake Village are officially Thats the word from Canyon Reservoir Manager Phil he said he will take no action to block off the ramp at this According to the license for Canyon Lake the county will remove all property and close the ramp when the permit so thats what well wait Parsley Ive called them the and they will need to respond in stating their he The license for Comal County to operate a boat ramp in Canyon Lake Village subdivision expired on and another is scheduled to run out on 9 in Canyon Lake Village The problem seems to be that neither the county nor the Corps of Engineers is willing to accept the responsibility of liability related to the operation of the Commissioners met last week with and by the end of the the com missioners were leaning toward not renewing any of the ramp permits because of the liability Under the present lease the county holds the federal government harmless for any Under Texas counties are limited in liability to per individual and per however there is some question about that law being appplicable in this I just dont believe because of the situation we find ourselves in that well be able to renew those said County Judge Fred Clark at last weeks Clark questioned whether the county should look into closing all of the ramps at the same There are leases on six more ramps around Canyon which will expire in the Since the Village ramp is not now under any kind of real estate it is technically not a legal Parsley Who would be liable if an accident occurred during this time That would be up to a Parsley The reservoir manager said there are a couple more avenues we need to look at before a final determination is made regarding the renewal of the The county has asked some questions that are yet unaswered by the The answers are forthcoming from the Fort Worth District and another meeting has been scheduled between county officials and the Parsley He also indicated that if the county did not renew the and took no action to close the that the Corps would at some time in the future take action to close it and return the area to its previous as provided for in the conditions of the previous Grave search Mattie Howard left and Joyce members of the Ferdinand Lindheimer chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of peruse a county map to locate The members of the club are attempting to find and record all graves in Comal County before the Texas Sesquicen Staff photo by Sandra Jackson Lakearea school menus Back to the soil Club members digging up data on Comal graves Smithaon Valley High School Week of 913 Breakfast Monday juice and milk Tuesday Breakfast juice and milk Wednesday juice and milk Thursday Hash browned juice and milk Friday juice and milk Lunch Monday Chalupas with Spanish milk Tuesday Barbeque vegetable onions and carrot fruit milk Wednesday Spaghetti and corn and bread milk Thursday Finger steaks with mashed green peanut butter milk Friday French Mountain Valley Elementary and Middle School Breakfast Monday Danish juice and milk Tuesday French juice and milk Wednesday juice and milk Thursday Manske juice and milk Friday juice and milk Lunch Monday Hog French ranch style chocolate crunch milk Tuesday Meat with mashed apple milk Wednesday maacaroni and tartar jrhilk Thursday Beans and cheese milk Friday Hamburger on French lettuce and onion and ice Tracing ones genealogy can be a frustrating but a group of Comal County ladies is trying to do something about Members of the Ferdinand Lindheimer Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas DRT have undertaken the huge project of recording every grave in the Its a big job for eleven said project chairwoman Joyce But the ladies have undertaken it with great Their goal is to find and record every gravesite in Comal County before Texas celebrates its sesquicentennial in The members of the DRT are dedicated to preservation of the memories of veterans of the Texas and their To become a one must be a direct descendent of ancestors who settled or were born in the state before which is when Texas became a The project is Moores I went to the libraries city hall and the county clerks and was surprised to learn that one could not get any in formation about gravesites in Comal she The members of the club wanted to do something very special for our com so they chose this Moore Their goal is to locate and record every possible grave marked or unmarked and they plan to organize the information into a We may not have enough money to publish the but we will give copies to various officials in the county to make the information available to the Moore Working with Moore on the project committee are Mattie Vi Johns and Mary Beth To better organize their they have divided the county into eleven with one member of the club being assigned to The ladies will be knocking on especially in rural areas where family graveyards and single plots are more and they will be carrying identification Were asking for as much community help and involvement as Moore urging citizens to come forward with any information they A lot of the old gravestones are marked in German Moore in dicating that they will need an interpreter to help them translate the information into I realize that a lot of people wont feel the need of but many she Werre not asking for financial just Moore Any grave of a veteran of the Texas revolution will be marked appropriately by members of the if they find graves of veterans of the American that information will be given to the Daughters of the American Revolution to be marked by The club members will include in their catalog of information any pertinent facts recorded on gravestones which would help a person who is tracing his such as names of notations about and other information they Anyone having information useful for the project is urged to call one of the committee Phone numbers are Joyce 8997515 Mattie 6296560 Vi Holidays quiet for fire department The holiday season was termed extremely quiet by Bob president of the Canyon Lake Area Volunteer Fire The very cold weather brought on a rash of fireplace and holiday celebrations that in cluded fireworks caused a few grass but nothing Hann Firemen responded to small fires in homes in Naked Indian Reservation and The Oaks sub and grass fires in the Activities and Canyon Lake Forest during the Christmas and New Year Emergency medical personnel also got several only one of a serious Hann During the month of members of the volunteer fire department responded to 14 fire calls and made 29 ambulance The board of directors cancelled their regular meeting in and will meet again on 31 at Station 1 at Canyon Lake Weather Week of Temperatures 2 30 Inflow 109 4 100 28 Dam Outflow 50 4 50 28 Lake Level 4 28 NOTE Army Corps of Engineers a 24hour number 9643342 or people wanting Guadalupe River Data is updated every Members of the Friendship Church in the will hold their January meeting this Thur sday at 10 in Scarborough Devotional program will be given by Barbara and luncheon hostesses are Doris Ann Lucy Ona Clifford and Fran Guitar society being formed Canyon Lake Republican Womens Club members will meet 18 at in Scarborough Church in the Newlyinstalled president Barbara Hill will conduct the Louise Hamilton will give a program on Native Plants at the regular monthly meeting of the Canyon Lake Wildflower Garden Members will meet 11 at 10 in the home of Jessie Sprague on Jonas Cohostess will be Roberta Fishermens Breakfast Church in the will meet at 8 Saturday at Scarborough Hall for their monthly breakfast All men in the Canyon Lake community are invited to attend for breakfast and a devotional Serious guitar players are invited to attend the organizational meeting of the Canyon Lake Instrumental Guitar Musicians will meet at 8 Friday in the home of Harold Iver Johnson in Canyon Lake The society will be made up of people who love to play and listen to accoustical guitar Amplified guitar or guitar ac companiment plus voice will not be covered by this Johnson All other styles of guitar playing will be as well as serious students of the and other plucked he Anyone interested in becoming a member of this group may call Johnson at Bobby Mayf ield NASA official to visit school Mountain Valley School at Saltier will host the National Aeronautices and Space Administrations lecturedemonstration program Bobby aerospace educational specialist from the Johnson Space Center at will present one program for elementary students from and two for middle school students from 11 to 2 an adjunct assistant professor of education at Oklahoma State is a native of and a graduate of Texas MM and the University of Texas in After a stint with the he began his career as a science teacher and has taught at schools in Carrolton and Round Lunar space samples will also be on display at the school from 1 to Let Us Tune Your Car AUTOMOTIVE AUDIO 358 LANDA SUlTr P OWNER GENE SAEGERT 679 410 Cass m Dash Concord Cass Kenwood o Tape Push 29 M89 tf 51 15 Sony Cass Auto Rev m Midland Digital Scan i FOX Mobile SCflnner Programable Big BrUte 250 Watt 5 Way Box Kenwood 6X9 2 way m watt TE 100 120 Watt Booster 79 189 1 iNS rAt i A I Ht fAiHS HI I I M MA S b29 4107 Weigh In For Healthy Babies Support MOfCh Of Dimes WW DEJECTS Weve Got Canyon Lake Covered The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung is pleased that Sandy Canyon Lake covers the Canyon Lake area and represents the New Braunfels Contact Sandy at 9643251 or call the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung office at
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