New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 19, 1987, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 19, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Gruene run preview, Page 8A    f    aster    Services,    Paqt    IB 1  ,   1 rmStammtischAIU The Alamo Area Council of Governments, will operate the Sum mer Youth Kmployment and Train mg program in Comal Counts again this summer Applications are now being ac cepted with enrollment beginning May I The program open to economically disadvantaged in school youth ages 14 21. will provide both work ami educational activities for which the participants will receive an houris wage or Id ii Young people 14 and KS sears old will be enrol levi for 2U0 hours while those lh and older will have a greater number of hours on the pro gram Interested teens mas contact their school counselors for applications or I dolores Comales in take assistant at 144 Clemens st New Braunfels hJt# SHI* New Hraunfelser Bob Kieiiel has been a builder and trader in real estate and now has joined another man in a partnership of brokering mortgages on first ami second leins for real estate It s i»eon an educa Hon he sass and adds that ‘*ut of state clients use cash to bu> residential investment proper!v benne sass he has seen prupert) along the interstate commercial corridor change hands for so cents .rn the dollar B«»b s new business phone is 63> <t*M2 Comal Independent Men s A's* idtHin is sponsoring tile up coming f lesta Mexicana for whit! the picture* ot tile tjueen and tile court were printed in Friday s Herald The cut line incorrectlv said ’be Fiesta on Apr ii .*4 > was spon sered ti) th<* Mexican American iiertlage Sox-letv The confusion is easv ins auM-there are at least three annual Fiestas Me\K ana in this town Tickets fur next weekemi s affair are available at Butcher B«»y or from ai IM A niemiwr senior i it uen passes at I .anda i‘ark pools are $2.> jw*r vear not ll!* as previousiv stated A multi family garage sale sj*»n Mired ti) the Revised Version Class from h irst I ruled Methodist < hurch will be held April 2-> at u7l VV Mer riweativer from H a rn to 2 p rn there promises to tx* plenty of good stuff and this is the time for the garage sa!.* trail Winners of the Fckerds Faster I oiormg Contest judged last week are age 4 category J .I Bernal of Ms Peter arni Paul .. years old age 7 y category Brittney hay Beeson of lame star Flementary vears old and age lo 12 categorv Amy I happens* tim Kit of Call Schurz IU years old Congratula lions it wa^ a hard choice In case vou missed it New Biaunfels City Council has appiov eil an amendment to its code of or dinarnes prohibiting the con sumption of aleut nill* beverages or possession of an oj>en container of alcoholic t**vcrag** iii a portion of Prince Sol ms Park adjacent to the tuta* chute within Hie city of New Braunfels That six pack could cost more than vou think Did we miss Spring'1 Late night and early morning cloddiness will be with us tonight and Monday with mostly sunny and hot days and highs near OO Lows will drop to the upper 60s Morn tog skies the rest of the week will bo mostly cloudy, clearing to partly cloudy during the day and fair at night Highs will hover to the lbs with lows to the 60s Tho Menu BUSINESS..............7B CLASSIFIED.......10-1SB COMICS................SB CROSSWORD...........SB KOUCATION.........4*7    A OBAR ABBY...........SB INSIGHT...............SA OPINIONS..............4    A SPORTS.............HOA Sunday April 19,1987 50 CentsMill's burn permit to serve as backup By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer West Point Pepperell officials arc applying for a permit to burn a sulfur dioxide and carbon monoxide emitting Kiel at the Iselin Mills plant A company representative said tins week that tile fuel which could produce a sulfur odor will im used only .is a backup for the plant s natural gas supplv Tile company has applied to the I ex as \ ir i ontrol Board for a permit to burn fuel oil at its plant on FM 72.. south ot the t itv The burning fuel emits nitrogen oxides sulfur dioxide carbon monoxide and volatile organic compounds according to a manufacturing companv statement Jim Crocker an engineer for the an control board in Austin said to day the sulfur content in the fuel will be the kev point in the permit dec i sK»n He added there won t be anv substantial emissions from the bur lung fuel I ouis Mercier an .or control hoard engineer said the permit in question it granted woald tm used to operate a boiler only during emergent les It s a new troller and it will use tuei oil on Iv as a backup It s an emergency type thing he said Art Janes Iselin Mills plant manager said the permit is needed to bun. (ut*i should the natural ga^ suppi ever diminish or tm intel rupbd Ae re not really changing .It ms said He added that the com patly has purchased a new boiler Us od in the manufacturing process ami the company is relying on the fuel oil to keep the boiler running if natural gas is not available ll we ever have to burn that oil we need a permit Normally we don’t burn the* fuel I ve never seen that done as long as I ve been here It’s just a standby Jones said The plant manager said the fuel is a stan dard type commonly used in manufacturing Mercier said West Point Pepperell is required to have a permit to burn tile fuel Imh ause of its sulfur content Texas law requires manufacturers to obtain permits before burning fuel with a sullur content highei than -» V perc ent he said Tile luel West point Pepperell proposes to burn is o .Ti percent sultur Merc ier added i tim Ker who is reviewing the per mit application said most manufac tuiers in Texas us** fuel or with a sulfur content of about <» 7 percent He said burning fuel with large con centration of sultur produces a strong sulfur <*dnt I he t urntng of any fuel produces air contaminants VV* re looking at a very small quantity It would not ex * «*»h1 any standards we have he said I he* engineer 'aid part Of the ap plication review process includes evaluating tIve* effects on the area downwind of th** emission source He said the use* of a tuel oil at Iselin Mills will not produce any adverse effects on the area See PERMIT Page 2A York Creek volunteers plan summer auction New Braunfels New Braunfels. Texes Four sections, 44 Pages Vol. 134, No. 76Search resumes today for river drowning victim The* sea re h for a man who drowned saturday afternoon while canoeing on tit* Guadalupe River at River niont Park near spring Branch was called oft until this morning .liter tivefs .in,; ,uft •    ’ • - sp* f    six flit I** 1 ■ .f'    •    Saturday eve nim The* man wbos** identity was withheld pending ins i«*covery had just gotten mb* the latnM* a rented l*» biol Monarch with ins cousin wlien J rep**rte.tiy tipped .vet I he cousin made it ba* k to ti)** shore but throttler mali newt * un aced lf was the first redried frowning ot tile young summer season i omai i nun tv ‘.ame Wanted Neal Fttiendge suggests! tin- drowning was attributed to alcohol There was no real explanation lot flu* tipping of the * am* Iii** t j\el > waters were not too high though ttiey wen* swift Authoi dies .hagged til* area to no avail Givers sjid til** waters were too muikv to adequately locate tin* IkkIv I- the ridge said th** men had lite preservers in their can*ie bul were not weal mg them fescue workers sea' n the cloudy water * Rh t Kr lewaidt* City Council OKS 2nd fire station bids B» DAVID VA Y Statt Writer New Braunfels c ity Council last week approved the bids of two con tractors and will seek to begin negotiations with them to construct th*- new Central Fir** station and < ountv lane Road substation Remod** mg of th** present ‘ entral Fire station was put on hold until the new structure to be adjacent to the central building has been completed It wjv the second time council iud sought bids tor 'ii** work The* first tads had come ut >\er the ink, ap proved tot fire protection im proponents from IMC s municipal t*ond pa* kag* which totaled some *7 million IGK i ‘instruction of san Antonio was given the nod for construction ut the central complex while VA under.a h Builders of Seguin was approved (or tile substation s con st ruction Ml bidders supplied both separate and combined bids but Hie combined I ne were higher than the separate tmts Project Architect Andrew Pere/ recommended approval ut the s* parate bids VA Uh $72 I IU av ail able for tile central station JDK s iud which includ ed the has** price plus three alter natives amounted to $A2KB>»> Wunderlich s base price less three alternatives totaled $201 2% under the $21“ K1*' earmarked for tile substation work City Kngineer Bill iKibrowolski recommended remodeling ol the cur rent central firehouse be delayed ’It would place us rn a predicament whet* w»- would be above funds av allah;** to do it now He suggested the money for that work will come from interest on the invested bonds He said it is impractical to remodel the old station until tile new structure has i*H»n completed and personnel have been moved The bonds which were to go tor tire drainage st*wage and street im pavements were approved by voters (ictobei IWC and were ail sold in Dec em btu that year The bonds are invested into markets garnering about •> percent interest while the el tv will pay back the bond money and interest at an 8 percent clip Se* STATION Page 2 A VV i Mott A. K Mull K R Mull ti Pape K VA Pape J Pmeda I f Ragsdale *, A Kandow K C Ran flow ii M Rodriguez C h sahrn N A sc heel A schuetz S schwarzlose ii Schwarz lose JAI slaughter JI. Taunt B A oss G A oss R \ ass m \{ AA a I sh B Wat son FP Whitten l.P AA flitter) LJ Williams UK AV mid > J AVostal t B A oung BR A nun gel Al ll Goodwin J Homes J Knife Equipment Stationed in Zorn Knit 1211 Mack pumper 75u gpm pump with Too gallons water Knit 121 > 4x4 Dodge Rescue A an with 2oo gallons water on skid unit I nit 1217 2 Too gallon tanker Stationed at Staples I nit 1221 International pumper >ou gpm pump with I Jkk) gallons of water See FIRE Page2A Hit * is J not he t in a wries ot logistical report* on xolunteer tire department* in and around ( armil and (luadalufie count ie* York Creek Volunteer Fire Department PersonnelU-turn causes 3-vehicle collision By DAVID MAY Staff Writer A Comal County sherd! s deputy attempting to turn around on FNI foil was tile catalyst saturday afternoon for a freakish three car chain reaction accident that sent a San An ton lo man to the hospital for observ a turn Deputy Rn Xiv are/ was in his unit approximately live milos west ot In lei stat** G *.vhen fie tl ied to ti* ail bai k toward th** interstate Betone anyone could react he car was int bv a late model Ford Fairmont which was then rear'ended by a BUU Ford Bronco with six teenagers headed for tilt* lake All but the deputy wen* from Sail Antonio Fred Britt >2 a passenger in th** Fairmont was transported to McKenna Memorial Hospital where h** was treated and released lire nature ut his injuries were un continued however h* reportedly was recovering I rom a recent stroke ll* nisi denied treatment I ut latei decided to go for observation and the ambulance vias called bai k Alvarez was complaining of slight See WRECK Page 2A President Karl C Kandow A ice President Buss Schwa) dos** Secretary Bettye Krban I reasurer I Civ id Kudw tg Board of Directors AVesley Dean Glenn Cape Jim Holmes Fire Chief Kurt R Mull Assistant Chief Oscar Alai fine/ Ai live Members J R Hannon K J Bresinger J I) Brown J s v astiilo. B Chavez D A Dean A Al Dietert. B K Klf*el J i nard lier J Garotano Al I* Garotano. *. ll Gonzales G R (ion/ales J I. Glutei AD .lunas DF Ludwig KR Martin o G .Martinez DR AK Kin/ev A F Morin Morrales This peacefuMooktng dove has set up housekeeping in a palm tree at Wayne's Landa Garden Center Just below her beak is one of her own Easter Eggs. On this day of resurrection we wish you a happy Easter and peace (Photo by Deryl Clark). ;