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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New f March i jg Pip 3 Schertz Parkway expansion readied Exchange students are Michael Lou Janalyn and Gus They plan to leave in June for a fourweek visit in Photo by Leslie Four students plan Braunfels visit Bill chairman of the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce partnership Wednesday announced the names of the four studenls selecled for this years Stu dent Exchange Program with Germany Gus is the son of Mr and Mrs Willie Chilek Hes a junior at Canyon High School and a member of Ihe National Honor Junior Historians and the German Club He is also a student trainer for all sports at Canyon Janalyn is the daughter of and Mrs Arnold Moos Shes a sophomore at Canyon High School and serves on the student council Moos is a member of the Canyon High School the Texas Association of Future Educators and the German Club Michael Iteltz 17 is the son of Mr and Mrs Paul DelU He is a junior at New Braunfels High School and is a member of the Nalional Honor Sone ts Mu Alpha Polka the German Science and Olympics of the Mind Lou Ann is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Schnewer She is a junior at New Braunfels High School and is a member of the student council and German Club There are our alternates or the trip Michael is a sophomore at Canyon High School He is the son ol Mr and Mrs Ralph Haecker and is active in 4H the Ca nyon High School Band and the slu dent council Melroy Koehler IS is a sophomore jjt Canyon High School He is the son pi Mr and Mrs Melvin Koehler and ji active in FFA and the Canyon High School Band Melissa 17 is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Nelson Badmg She is a junior at New Braunfels and is a member of the student council the National Honor Society German and t nicorns in Action Hading is also active in Holary Interact and the Luther League A large crowd witnessed the city Seherta turn a dream thai began just 15 rneftths aga file reality Tuesday morning as city developers and special pests turned earth for a proposed mile Schertz Parkway the construction phase of the pro according to City Manager Jim my has put the city 6f Schefts in a milestone situation this tabbed at nearly is the highestranking pro ject Schertz has ever In addition to making more than 500 acres of adjoining undeveloped land the road eventually will be extended by the city of Schertz to create another connection between Interstate 35 and Interstate 10 northeast and east of San according to Don who is With the Larry Thomas one of the developers of the According to the developer financed portion of Schertz Parkway will begin on Interstate 35 North just east of Lookout Houd and will con tinue south to Maske The developers will building the initial tWo lanes measuring 30 feet wide and costing about SI That portion should open in 12 to 18 Ryden told the large crowd that had gathered When traffic war the city of Schertz plans to widen the road to 86 feet or five He continued by A plat ting fee on adjacent land will finance the widening and restrictive zoning covenants will protect the en vironment along the For the past 15 a commit tee of city officials and landowners has worked to set development stan including land and general restrictive covenants to assure the aesthetic quality of the Jessica is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Daniel Schlender She is a sophomore al New Braunfels High School and is a member of the German New Braunfels High School Marching Band and Concert Band and the Junior Varsity Tennis Team Tart announced tentative plans for the local students to leave for Ger many in early June and return to New Braunfels four weeks later As in previous funds for the local students roundtrip air fare will be provided by the Wurstfest Associa tion plans call for the four exchange students from to come to New Braunfels when the four local students return from Germany in early July The German students will stay with their local host families or four then they will return to Germany just before they return to school on A total of 16 studenls irom Canyon and New Braunfels high schools filed applicalions for the Summer Ex change Program All applicants had to either be taking German in school or already have a basic knowledge of German before they could apply Members ol the commitlee gave consideration to applicanls maluri ly responsibility scholastic achieve ment school language ability and personal appearance The selections were made follow ing interviews with the finalists and their parents Tart noted that Ihe selection of the our studenls was not an easy since all of the fmalisls had outstanding credentials and all would have been good represen tatives of New Braunfels The Student Exchange Program has been a project of the chambers Partnership Committee since four sludenls were selected in 1977 The Wurslfest Association has been sup plying the necessary funds for the roundlrip air fare for Ihe four local students selected annually since 1977 New Braunfels man gets 10year sentence Rosas was proMfcuted by Assistant District Attorney Bruce Boyer Kosas was sentenced following his plea of guilty A 20 sear old New Braunfels man receivettiu years in the Pepartment of in stale dislrut court Tuesday or the sexual 4ssault last year of a teen age girl Hector Manuel Kosas ol 1475 Fern was sentenced on the first degree felony charge by Judge Charles Ramsay of Ihe 22nd district court pTube Chute concessionaire hopefuls submit proposals Kosas allegedly assaulted a 15 yearold girl last August 13 at a trailer park in the 2000 block of In ter state 15 Kas t H DAVID MAY fclaff yyrtter New Braunfels City Hall this week eived four proposals from in and private firms in rested in managing the city owned Prioce Solms Part Tube Chute Jfbfi proposals were opened Wednesday shortly after the 2 deadJAae though deiatts of were not Pro were by Uarry sM RavM Brad fticfcajrd According to Schertz plans to extend the parkway south to Live Oak Road about a year after the first portion the city plans to extend the road southeast past 78 to Interstate 10 by way of FM The Texas Department of Highways and Public Transporta along with widening Interstate will build an overpass for the parkway and an entrance ramp off Interstate 35 for northbound Ryden Both Schertz Mayor Earl Sawyer and Gilmore stressed that there were major headaches throughout the last 15 months in obtaining the proper rights to several parcels of but landowners and Schertz officials managed to cut through any red Developers will construct and pro rate the costs of certain portions of the raod through nonparticipants Among the participating developers and landowners MB represented by James which owns one acre at the southwest corner of In terstate 35 and the 135 which owns a 41acre commercial plans a spur road south of the parkway on Interstate 35 to the parkway through an existing mobile home park Schertz owner of 288 acres where the Larry Thomas is developing 64 acres commercial 40 acres for multifamily 63 acres for light industrial and 350 singlefamily Morton Southwest whose Sagemont development will include 25 acres along parkway for business the remaining portion to be developed into more than 500 Live Oak which owns more than 40 acres of commercial and general business use as well as mixeduse development including residential Live Oak Subdivisions five par ticipating landowners are paying the cost to construct the parkway through that Marion Chief resigns after suspension alter Uxe deadline from New Council will decide whether to con tract with one of the four proposals or to have the city retain responsibility at the March 23 Council can accept or reject any and all pro posals Hampton is the former coACes sionaire who managed the water recreational facility since His which was effective Uwough was terminated by City Manager Joe following disagreement oyejr uj sijirajjee respjonsitoiJiijly ajxd raefii to gross Ike psrfc will opfifl jEasjLer By JOHN KASTNER Correspondent Former Marion Police Chief Mike who was suspended from the department with pay after allegedly beating a 29yearold has sub mitted his resignation Reasons for Earls resignation are The resignation came just a week after numerous Marion residents voiced concern and said they believ ed both the mayor and city officials handled the entire Earl suspension exlremely poorly Neilher Ihe mayor nor cily officials has issued any slalemenls concern ing the Feb 23 incident and would not confirm rumors thai Earl had a violeni ordeal wilh a man following a iraffic accident A complaint circulated through Ihe office of Guadalupe County District Bud Kirkendall staled lhal Earl had bealen a Marion man during Ihe course of an arresl A search wilh police records in dicated Earl was called to the scene of an accidenl approximalely one mile easl of Marion on FM 78 where a car had slruck a lelephone pole The police reporl ended by saying lhal no one was al Ihe scene of ihe ac cidenl Earl later arresled one sub ject approximately one mile from the accidenl sue A reporl later issued by the Depart ment of Public Safely revealed lhat one of its troopers had arresled a se cond man who was laler identified as the driver of the car All reports have been confirmed as of lale Monday aflernoon Derek of Marion was ar rested and charged with public intox assaull on a peace resisling arresl and leaving Ihe scene of an accidenl He had been freed afler posling bond lolalmg Sources al Guadalupe Valley Hospilal in Seguin confirmed lhat Bailey had been confined lo Ihe hospital for three days afler being irealed for multiple contusions in the neck and abdomen In a lelephone conversalion lale Tuesday Earl admitted he had struck Bauey in the chesl once after he had been hit and bitlen while altempling lo make Ihe arresl He declined furlher com menl In a discussion Marion City Attorney Robert Raelzsch The city wants to keep a very low profile on a mailer such as this because of ihe damage il can do lo a Jaw officers reputation even if he is found innocent Clara Becker has seen belter days in the tiny town of Marion during the 40 years she has lived ihere She doesnt agree with Baetzsch Becker said she believes the mayor and city officiajs acted m bad taste You con one person ajnd protect the when both parties were equal ly at she Cibolo chief to join Bexar County DA By JOHN KASTNER Correspondent Cibolo city officials may soon be looking for a new police Cibolo City Council members accepted the resignation of former Police Chief Hugo Acker mann at their regular meeting Tuesday According to Cibolo Mayor Dan nie Ackermann resigned his post effective March 15 to ac cept a position as an investigator with the Bexar County District At torneys Ackermann cited money pro blems as another reason for leav ing he said he had asked council for a pay raise which council turn ed Ackermann had held his post for almost one year Bishop told council a discussion on filling the position will be on tap at the next scheduled Cibolo currently employs two patrolmen and a police chief Bishop said the council may opt not to hire a new chief and simply hire an additional Ackermann was not available for comment on his resignation Tuesday night and was contacted early Wednesday morning but refused comment Marvin who lives just out side the city limits of believes the Feb 23 ordeal wasnt the only time such an incident took place mavor should have issued a statement to the residents of the situation at he just completely locked the Latsch said Both Becker and Latsch said they believe the incident will have an ef FOUND fect when city elections roll around on April We no doubt need a most of us are pretty fed up with the way city officials are playing cat and mouse and we certainly do not need a second Watergate coverup here in Becker Sure weve got a problem along FM Latsch the speeding problem can be controlled without hurting Its just a shame a town like Marion has to be the victim of bad Latsch Most people just dont forget something like HvraldZeitung USPS 377800 Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell or Drawer New Texas 78131 Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels Herald Publishing at New Man war reli MONEY 01 WWII brought back JAPANESE and GERMAN Much of this sits in closets Turn this nto immediate CASH This we will be huuiu I yiu or someone you know have any souvenirs and not been satisfied previous otters contact us You are not under any obligation all replies are confidential and Security Guards will be on duty We no Political Connections we are just No Appraisal Fee WE ARE PAYING CASH Up 10 S Up to S Up to Up tq S Up to S JAPANESE SWORPS GERMAN AND JAPANESE PISTOLS PERSONAL ITEMS OF ETC GERMAN SWORDS GERMAN BADGES GERMAN HELMETS Up to S GERMAN SS ITEMS Up to GERMAN gMBRQIQERjD FLAGS Up to S We are paying book prices We also need German Documents Jinnies Beer Stems Tapaestry WWl items Spiked Helmets Etc U 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