New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 17, 1985, Page 5

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung October 17, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 17, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas nyon Lake Hvrald-Zeitung Thursday, October 17, 1985 Page 5ACanyon Lake boat ramps may see winter opening Activities OiRviclark herald zhtung the modern ambulance recently purchased. Proceeds from the day totaled more than $5,000, more than enough to pay off the ambulance *ANCO SOLVENT CONCENTRATE Or 0 bon 0 "•••« mo>0 t*§r one gs.to*' JUST 66 r \ MCD each SILKSCRIIB Your OO Cost ELECTRONIC IGNITION MODULES GM a Chrysler SIS 95 Fora Sis SS •C«V4» C’W>.* Dy'MC* D#iu*« ^7 ^ BOOSTER CABLES lf • 6510# 12 8 -10G f595 set 12 -10G *694 set NATIONAL CAA CAM MONTH ■    best ri STARTING ^ FLUID rn ao< n- m    weac    n PREMIUM QUA HTV f iHtfom BATTERIES *ov j««95 WW 7 60 V ' ' S.— $39% Af; V — IU”. V45 % ^ A-I Hem»nur»rtured -■ BLOWER ^MOTORS •N^hr , I I •    tor    GM    carl SIX 9<V    Ord r if*#'    Chryt    A    MC Q-Tia—t« 6 TON HYDRAULIC ONLY JACK SO 99 .    -    :y u •“» am* BUMPER TO BUMPER AUTO PARTS 625-7563 HIGHWAYS! WEST • Complete Machine Shop Seme# • Complete UM of Automotive Paints I Supplies NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS • HOURS: Monday Saturday 8 to 8, Sunday 9 to 4 iHiu'iation not included Specie) order* excluded Rnce* shown in thn ed ere *u|§e*ted telling price* SALE PRICES QOOD THROUGH OCTOBER 20. 1888 N85-18 lf Mro can't help you, nobody can. Lake Weather Week of Oct. 9 16 Temperatures Low .... 153 cfs .... Outflow Oct. 11 High....... 88, Oct. 14 15 Low............63, Oct. 16 High .... 159 cfs ... . Low .... 148 cfs ... Oct. 15 . Oct. 9 Rainfall.........1.92 inches Inflow Lake level High 908 14 . . Oct. 16 High .... 732 cfs ... . Oct. 16 Low .... 907.86 . . . . Oct. 9 NOTE The Army Corp* of Engineer* ha* a Data i* updated each morning 24 hour number (964 33421 for people The conter vafton pool lava) in Canyon wanting current Guadalupe River information Reservoir ■» 909 feet above mean tea level By SARAH DUKE Staff writer The two closed boat ramps on Canyon I,ake may be opened In the next few months, according to Mac McCoy, Comal County engineer. The two ramps have been closed to the public since September 1984. Materials have been ordered to give the ramps a new look and to make them safer. The county Community Education classes sponsored by the Comal Independent School District in the Canyon I Ake area are continuing, with several new ones scheduled to begin soon. There is still space in the Quilted Vest class. The time and location have been changed to 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Wednesdays at the Canyon I .ake Action Center. “This is a well-designed course that offers plenty of instruction for beginners, yet enough variety and creative challenge for more experienced students,” said Ann Toussaint, Mountain Valley coordinator for Community Education. received a shipment of materials Friday but had to send it back because it was not what the county hrd ordered, McCoy said. iArry Kearney, assistant county engineer, said the new materials will include safety signs to warn drivers that the lake is ahead. These signs will be placed about 300 feet from the water. The county will also place buttons on the ramps to warn drivers that Both classes met at Mountain Valley School. Tuition is $25 for Aerobics Plus and $30 for Aerobic Workout. Other new classes include Country-Western Dance beginning Oct. 2i from 7 to 9 p.m. at Mountain Valley School. Tuition is $14. Also, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation will be taught from 6 to IO p.m. Oct. 29 and 31 for $10. there is danger. The ramps at Canyon Lake Village and Canyon I,ake Village West were closed Sept. 5, 1984 when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers requested the county make certain repairs and improvements to the ramps before lease agreements be renewed. Before the ramps were closed, they were operated by the county under agreements with the federal health insurance, as well as Medicare. An Insurance Workshop will be given free by Mack Ball on Oct. 21 from IO a.m. until noon at the Action Center. This workshop is designed to answer questions concerning life and Tin Punching, with a leaning toward Christmas ornaments using Vi Johns’s painting method and glue- government. Those agreements expired December 1983 and on Village ramp and February 1984 on the Village West ramp. Two lake area businessmen say they will be very happy to see the ramps open again. “A lot of people would just drive up to the motel and see that the ramp is closed then they would just turn around and drive off,” said Ernst Oberhoff, manager on trims, will be held from 9 a.rn. to noon Nov. 4 at the Action Center. Tuition is $3.75, plus 50 cents for lab. The regularly-scheduled Defensive Driving course will he held Oct. 29 and 31 from 6 to IO p.m. at Mountain Valley School. Cost of this class is $20 and instructor is Max Crow. The Saturday morning movie continues at Tye Preston Library. Show time is IO: 30 a.m. Fischer Store School's Friday Night at the movies will offer Halloween-style entertainment Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. Both movies are free. To pre-register for any class, call the Community Education office at 885-4850 or Ann Toussaint at 833-5336. of the Turkey Cove Motel. The motel is very near the Village West boat ramp. “In the summer we would have calls asking for reservations, then that would be the second thing they would ask Of they had a boat ramp) and then they would just change their minds,” he said. Oberhoff estimated that his business had dropped between 40 and 50 percent this past summer because the boat ramp was closed. “That’s a whole lot when you depend on summer for your business,” he said. "Even this time of year, the ramp would be good for business. There are a few people still going out.” Doyle Patton, owner of the Holiday I/Kige motel near the Village ramp, said his business has been off about 25 percent because the ramp is closed. “Most of my clients have boats and I had to be honest with them arid tell them the ramp was closed,” he said That’s one of the advantages out here versus staying in New Braunfels. People with boats would rather stay out here... A lot of them just went to the other motels at the lake.” The county engineer said he hopes to get the Turkey Cove ( Village West) ramp open without much delay. But he said the Village ramp will need more major work-some work will have to be done underwater. He said the unusually cold winter last year and heavy rains in the spring have caused more road problems than usual, “We’re not able to assign construction work because we're still making repairs,” McCoy said. “We aren’t really able to do all the things we would like to.” McCoy said that after the two closed ramps are opened, the county is planning to make improvements on the other six boat ramps at Canyon I,ake. Philip Parsley, reservoir manager for the U.S. Corps of Engineers, aid before the two ramps can he used, the district office in Fort Worth must approve reports on the improvements “It's not something we can just run out and do in a few days with a few men,” McCoy said New community classes are scheduled Cost is $15, plus $3 lab fee. A supplies list for the remainder of the materials will be given in class. Aerobics Plus and Aerobic Workout will begin new seven-week sessions soon. Shearon Crane leads the Aerobics Plus classes from 4 to 5 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays, and Marty Nolan and Sandra Watkins lead the more stenouous Aerobic Workout classes on Mondays and Thursdays at 6.45 p.m. and on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. On a roll Pat Belcher watches her eon Kevin Belcher throw dice at one of the many games at Saturday's bazaar et the VFW Hall in Settler. The bazaar was held by the Canyon Lake Ambulance Service Project to raise money for Lionesses mark World Service Day The Canyon lAke Lioness Club marked World Service Day with a lunch at the Canyon I Ake Action Center. About 40 people attended the fried chicken lunch Oct. 9. Action Center open house is planned Ari open house for the Action Center and Thrift Shop is planned for November. This will mark the first anniversary in the new building. Starting in the V F.W hall, the larger and unified space in the present quarter lias allowed a considerable expansion of services to the community. This has been made possible by the support from local people, thhe Community Fund and income from the Thrift Shop. All workers at the center are volunteers and donate their time Insurance session scheduled A community educatin session on life, health and medical insurance will be held Monday at the Action Center. The class will be free Call the Action Center for more information. Lake Buchanan trip is planned by CLAC The Canyon I Ake Action Center committee has planned a trip lf) I .ake Buchanan on Oct. 22 Those wishing to go on the trip Ail] take the Vanishing Texas River Cruise The cruise, which will last for three hours, goes into some remote areas along the lake Call the Action Center at 964-2324 to make reservations. IU BUMPER to bumper '    " Auto Parts Specialists $3$ ^ Aubrite SPARK PLUGS Regular 69* W rn each *u § Rotator 79 Limit 16 of each1 P'S* REBATE ▼MONROE* SHOCKS Ga* Magnum * Monro Magnum $0 49 each a*er Mfr s $3 OO reoaie each arter Mfr s $ 3 OO 'enate ;

  • Ann Toussaint
  • Doyle Patton
  • Ernst Oberhoff
  • Kevin Belcher
  • Mac Mccoy
  • Mack Ball
  • Marty Nolan
  • Max Crow
  • Pat Belcher
  • Sandra Watkins
  • Sarah Duke
  • Shearon Crane
  • Vi Johns

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: October 17, 1985

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