New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 20, 1987, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 20, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Derby winners Lake Dunlap Trotline y By CAROL ANN AVERY Correspondent Cub Scouts from Pack 387 recently competed in a Pinewood Derby. Winners are, from left, Kelby Schulz, first; Kent Schulz, second; Bryan Saunders, third and best paint; and DE RYL CLARK/SUM Photographer Patrick Herlihy, best design. The youngsters will compete Saturday in the district race in Knights of Columbus Hall in Seguin. The Lkae Dunlap Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary had their monthly business meeting Monday night. Two new members, Eilene Burgess and Elsie Paradez were welcomed. Business discussed included another garage sale to be held March 7 and 8. All donations will be appreciated. Proceeds from the garage sales go to help finance needed equipment for the fire department. At the LDVFD monthly business meeting held Tuesday night, one new member was voted in, Henry Markowski. Other business included voting to spend $1,550 for a new portable Hale fire fighting pump with an 11-horspower motor, capable of delivering up to 300 gallons of water per minute. The pump is to be installed on the 1000 gallon tanker 507 The tanker is presently equipped with a pump that will deliver 75 gallons per minute, which is not really adequate for structure fires. The new pump can be mounted on other vehicles in the future Ken Jordan presented a proposal at the meeting to have fire hydrants installed Discussion centered around ways to present the proposal to the public. The hydrants will be paid for by the residents of the Lake Dunlap area however, they should be able to recoup the cost with savings on insurance The department is trying to ascertain what percentage will be saved on insurance. Anyone needing additional information may contact Ken Jordan, project coordinator with Green Valley Water, at 625-1935. The board meeting for the Lake Dunlap Property Owners Association will be held 7:30 Thursday at Wholesale Beers meeting room. Anyone in the Lake Dunlap area is welcome to attend The LDPO Association consists of property owners who border the lake and river or anyone in the area concerned with the problems of water quality and safety The semi annual membership meeting will be held March 27 at the Senior Citizens Center at 7:30 p m Vernon Wilson has re-retired after working half days for IO years at the Comal Saddlery. The River Bend Property Owners Association will have its annual meeting at I p.m. Feb 28. Voting for three board members will take place promptly after the meeting starts. lf you can’t make it, go the office during office hours and vote absentee. Fees must be current in order to vote. At the last board meeting. Oma Parsons' letter of resignation was read and accepted with regret. Vie Biggerstaff was appointed to coni plete her one-year term. The ballroom rental has been changed to $150 plus $50 clean-up fee. The clean-up is returnable if the ballroom is left in good clean con'*, hon If a large crowd is expected security is also required. The RB Patrol could act in this capacity If you have information for the Trotline, call me at 625-9144 or 557 6730 Winter Texans forced off perpetual leases EDINBURG (AP) - Thirty two elderly residents of a Mission trailer park have until March 15 to get off the land or risk violating a judge s order State District Court Judge John Dominguez on Thursday ordered the Winter Texans, who signed "perpetual leases" with a Canadian developer, to vacate the premises following a three-day court hearing Texas Commerce Bank McAllen. which foreclosed on the land and later bought it at auction after developer Mel Haddad went into default on his loan, sought the tem porary injunction against the occupants and about 230 other elderly people who signed ‘‘perpetual leases" with Haddad's company. Greentex Inc. The bank sought the temporary in junction after the elderly residents of Green Gate Grove Resort refused Dominguez' earlier restraining order that they leave the trailer park The bank cut off water in the park but the 32 residents still would not leave The bank contends the residents' purchase of an agreement from Haddad to occupy a spot in the park was voided when the bank bought the land last year Attorneys for the bank told the cowl last week that Haddad owed Texas Commerce $15 million and another half-million dollars in in forest The bank’s attorneys said the residents' agreements with Haddad are a cloud on its title to the land and must be removed before the property can be sold. More than 270 people bought “perpetual leases" from Greentex Inc to place their trailers in the park for a number of months each year as long as they wished Some residents testified they paid less than $3,ooo for a perpetual lease while others said they paid more than $6,000. Judge Dominguez set a jury trial Texas prisons still closed HUNTSVILLE (AP) - For the second day in a row, the Texas prison system remains closed to new inmates today after the system's population topped a state-mandated 95 percent mark The closing makes it the fourth time this year the nation's second-largest prison system, behind California, has had to stop admitting new inmates in an effort to ease crowding The latest closing came after a record number of inmates were transferred from county jails throughout the state to the state system. Prison officials have said the open-and-close cycle will be repeated until atar this year, when trusty camps md a new maximum security prison ire completed and provide additional latest inmate headcount, mad* midnight Wednesday and allod Thursday, showed 38,739 ion - 95.85 percent of capacity 343 over the 95 percent cap, I Department of Corrections •man David Nunnelee said. prisoM opened Tuesday for the Ima in six days. , shutdown is the third in throe I for the corrections depart-which la operating under a 96 limit aet by the Legislature date for mid April on the bank's lawsuit for a permanent injunction Everybody is in a state of shock,” said Susan Hahn, whose parents live in the park She said the residents have agreed to leave although they plan to appeal Dominguez ruling “We can’t afford to cause any problems.” she said "A lot of these people want to leave and never come back. ’ ’ Hahn said She said many of the Winter Texans had planned to return to their home states in the Midwest soon, and she questioned whether they would be available to testify if the trial is conducted in April Many of the trailer park residents testified during the hearing that they never had an attorney look at their agreement with Greentex. and that they bought the "leases" from high pressure salesmen It was like walking on the side of the de\ ii I don’t know how I jjot there hut I sold everything tor cocaine look awm ni\ self-esteem, tm desire to live Arn one that sa\s cocaine's not addictive, the) he. 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