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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 9, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                vc 279 Hann resigns as department president BySANDRA JACKSON Staff writer Two directors of the Canyon Lake Area Volunteer Fire board including the president resigned their posts after the departments annual general membership meeting was held Friday Bob board submitted his resignation Saturday mor saying he couldnt go along with changes made in the by laws at the annual Play Ball Rangers lose in snow Astros open tonight I resigned for two Hann told the I dont approve of people under 18 years of age being allowed to work fires with the and I dont like the way the proposed lease with the county was Hann said the fact that certain members of the board refused to read the lease before voting on it really upset They refused to even read At that was At it was Hann Firemen voted at a special called meeting on April 1 not to accept a lease agreement whereby the county would have used two lots adjoining Fire Station 1 at Canyon City for satellite county At the general meeting the membership voted to allow persons under 18 to be junior members with voting privileges and to be sanctioned to fight even though department insurance wont cover Another Elmer offered his written resignation Saturday to board Details in Sports New Braunfels Herald secretary Frank He said his reasons were partly partly due to his and partly because he was just not satisfied in general with the way the department business is being Part of my reason is the Howard said in an interview And Im not in favor of anyone under 18 fighting The departments insurance cant cover and I would imagine that the direc tors would be held directly responsible in See Page 12 New Texas Hann Tuesday 1985 25 Cents 12 Pages Easter weekend brought tourists back to county ByDANASTELL Staff writer Easter weekend showed signs of being a good one for the tourist despite Sundays rainy the tourists did come to we were very said Ray manager of HEB Food We did have a lot of tourists in but a lot of the residents also stayed at home and enjoyed the Some of the Parker were out and about because of the holiday Kermit owner of Krauses agreed with Always on a holiday we have a big run on the market he And we had no school and that always brings them Krause did say that business was good on the weekend and he has high hopes for the tourist I hope its we need he Weve got to make up for last As long as the river flow remains Guadalupe River outfitters also have good expectations for the As long as the water Phil Gramm Gramm here Wednesday Senator Phil Gramm will have breakfast with his Comal County constituents at Wednesday at the Faust The general public is invited to greet and eat with the A continental style breakfast will be served Jack chairman of the Comal County Phil Gramm steering committee during his campaign last Gramm is making a sweep through his senatorial because he wants to meet with constituents and hear their Borchers The way he usually does he first gets to meet the people who then he will give a short formal and then he tries to an swer specific questions that anyone He will be in Seguin April 20 for a town and he has already been to Dallas and Borchers were going to have good said Jane of Abbotts River From April 27 through Memorial Abbott Were going to be Landa which experienced a face lift before the was The parks looked said Keith recreation There were people waiting in line at 6 to get as Parks director David Whatley said there were people camping out at the ball fields in order to get to the park by 6 It was he Anything having to do with pic nicking was In Landa every green space was taken And all 13 picnic tables at Hinman Island were Whatley But water recreation the springfed Olympic and tube chute were The temperatures were a little cool and it drizzled Maxwell said the pools were full but the crowds did thin as the rain and cooler weather came the railroad West San Antonio Street was again blocked off near the MissouriPacific railroad tracks this morning as work continued on upgrading that San Antonio Street motorists had to DERYL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG detour around the which closed traffic south to Academy testing Inside City Council Monday chose not to accept the city managers proposal for a water testing but instead agreed that those concerned should give their input on the The program will again be a topic at the April 22 Council City manager Joe Michie presented his proposal for a water testing program to Council but his plans were met with a little Although Council was ready to approve the plan Monday it agreed to hold off after hearing from Stanley partowner of The Other Woodward said he City wants more input on water plan had understood members of the Chamber of Commerce convention and tourist bureau would have a chance to talk about the proposal before Council approved Michie met with members of the bureau April 4 and learned that group advocated that the city not test water unless the flow dropped below 100 cubic feet per second and the water temperature rose above 75 I did take their recommendations into as well as recommendations from the state health department and our own Michie I came up with what I feel will be an adequate testing The city manager said his proposed program is fair to resort and protects the public which is our main said the city has the obligation to only test the water in its own public not the water in the rivers running through the Our river is back to nor weve got as clean a water as anyone in the he By he youre throwing up a red flag and it makes people Why are they testing all the time See Page 12 Water Watch Comal Canyon Canyon Dam outflow Edwards Aquifer Canyon Lake level dershowers tonight and The high today will be in the low with a low tonight in the mid 50s and a high on Wednesday in the upper This mornings low was and yesterdays high was Winds will be from the northeast near 10 mph shifting to the southeast at 10 15 mph on Sunset will be at and sunrise Wednesday will be at 266cfsldown4l 443 cfs down 47 847 cfs Isamel down down CLASSIFIED 911 COMICS CROSSWORD Todays Weather Comal County forecast calls for partly cloudy today with a 20 percent chance of It will be mostly cloudy with a 50 percent chance of showers or thun DEAR ABBY HOROSCOPE OPINIONS SPORTS TV LISTINGS WEATHER CISD board still uncertain of Canyon Middles fate fMTDDIC By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Just stamp UNDECIDED across the fate of Canyon Middle Thats how the Comal ISO bond issue workshop ended Monday CISD trustees did not decide whether to sell part or all 25 acres of school district property between CMS and the Central Administration and build a new middle school on lessexpensive land out by Canyon High Tue board did not decide to spend million on renovating the present CMS or build a new middle school close enough to the old one so that parts of the old facility like the band room and the cafeteria can be utilitized along with the new At CMS Principal Roy Linnartz said library books have to be covered when it and the number of overhead projectors in use at one time must be limited due to wiring inadequacies especially when the schools computers are in Jim a local certified public said various pieces of video equipment have been destroyed by and students in a reading class had to be moved last Friday because termites were swarming on But there were some decisions and one of them was to put the bond issue as the first agenda item at Monday nights board set to begin at at Comal Bill Brown said he was given those instructions by board president Leroy Goodson after the That tells me Leroy Goodson is ready to go with this and I believe the old board wants to be the one to call the bond Brown The dollar amount of the bond issue and the date of the election must also be along with the way in which the package will be presented to the he Brown has proposed to move up the See Page 12 Japan to open doors for foreign products TOKYO AP Under pressure from the United States and other trading Japan an nounced today a threeyear program to open its markets to foreign Prime Minister Yasuhiro in a nationally televised called Japans trade problems a life or death affair for our country and ap pealed to Japanese to buy more imported He pledged to implement the trade program without Nakasone spoke after an economic committee approved a threeyear plan to ease Japans problems with major trading partners who contend Japan has not opened its markets enough to foreign The which contained few concrete indicated Japan had yielded to some requests for greater access to its huge telecommunications The United Japans 1 trading has been the chief critic of Japans White House spokesman Larry Speakes has said the Reagan administration will have no comment on the proposal until a regular briefing at   

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