New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 23, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 23, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas NBA franchise picks, Page 8A Club Notes galore, Page IB New Braunfels SS New Braunfels. Texas Vol. 134, No. 79 Thursday April 23, 1987 25 Cents Beekeeper Herb Armand vatted I><»n>th\ Malschrk s * lass at Frazier Elementary School Tuesday with his friendly bees Mats* hek s stcnlents cofnbtn«*d the studs of Texas history with .miitui m ,-n »• lur ormand x demonstration and tl.» students jiot to *41* th** *4*teslas some firs* eggs \«> tirnund didn t put Uh* u*«*s .is hi' t.i v ti make a lieu rd Hi ai k Heritage vs els * spoi -a ink a dam* at Kid I* atli us Restaurant Mas . trio p iii ?*. p rn Admission will I* %. f ands will help pas for ti * mh od . s .i nuwi scholarships I ta- Kilt 4 onipaiiy 11.0 toymaker and The Foil*** Hon want to thank tit** mans t >usiin*s>e> and individuals (or contributing to the April 4 Faster sui** sin** and brut uh benefit tor Iii* Now Braunfels Fhildren s K mer item s shelter Businesses were Strut (thank Pen hies! s(or** Kroger Food stun I n amor ut Kite Brauntex Kot .- Gumn Printing and Graphics st'. Peter and Paul youth VS a1 Mart Now Urn un t tus Hrr.thl /odur.c ami KliNk KNR I Kadlo Models tm lf < hoe aero bosons I.ariot! ii vs U#rrvit /ae Garrett » aria Shipley Rachael shiples Jana Henry J ara Petits lashallenis Mattliew Plume Hint I- anno Pam.1 Leverett lake leveret! I Leverett Will Fischei P inns Hardeman ami Asides Westeiler CV o, ^ j Tile sun will playing a lot of peek a bot) the next couple of days and the weekend weather is anybody's guess at this point Today 's high vs itll partly cloudy skies will tie iii the low HUs with light and variable winds out of the nor (beast I alw tonight will tie in the 60s with light southeaster ly winds Friday's forecast for the area is ditto hut, alas the chance of rain has left us tot the time being The Menu CLASSIFIED.........2    SB COMICS................7    A CROSSWORD...........2B EDUCATION...........SA KALEIDOSCOPE 1,2B OPINIONS..............4A SCRAPBOOK...........AA SPORTS..............MA Project’s legitimacy not questioned GBRA awaiting state review of hydro plant startup delay By SARAH DUKE Stab Writer Guadalupe Blanco Kin cr Authority officials said it may be as long as no days before they know whether they will b** allowed to change the construction dates of the ( ancon Ham hydroelectric project GBR A is long o\erdue in thinning construction ac cording to the Texas Water Fommission livens** allowing construction of tho hydroelectric generating plant The license required construction to t>egin by Jan ll of this year GBRA officials who plan to build the generating plant testified at a water commission hearing this w**ek that the change in construction dates will not damage the river or the project Ikiuglas Roberts a hearing examiner for the water commission said he will not make a recommendation on th** request sc ohm the nevi nine w**«*ks What GBRA is requesting rn an extension of time to construction the facility The proje* I is not being examined again The sole question we wore pursuing was whether the appl! cant GBR A had pursued with diligence he said Rotierts added that the executive diret tor of the waler commission and a water commission public interest ad vocate attended Monday's hearing hut neither one of them expressed an opinion David Welsch, GBK.A s planning director said the river authority is request mg to change the license to not change the completion date but to change the starting date The license requires construction he complete bv Jan ll lf*** He said that date is reasonable ami the river authority can complete the project by that time The only issue at the hearing was the effect, if any of changing the starting date We presented the . as** history of our livens** before KERF Welsch said An en vironmental expert testified on behalf of GBRA that the change in construction dates will md adversely affect the river or th** area surrounding the projec t site he said Welsch said GBRA was not able to begin construction before the designated time because of complications in receiving a permit from the Federal F.nergy Regulatory 1 ommission That agency issued a permit in !>ecember allow mg construction of the plant see my ORO Paq** ?A Zoning ordinance changes to council L Bv JIM WE BRE Stall Writer No one commented arn! three of four proposed changes to the cl tv'% zoning ordinance were passed by acdamatKvn Wednesday and sent on to th** city council for the first of three readings (Manning and Zoning commis Mooers Tom t asteel Jeff Mund Chris Wen ti se I Jan F st ex and Joe Gomel voted unanimously to send on lo c oufK ll changes in the del im Hon of allow able uses under the C 4 /one tiesignat ion The I" 4 item had been tile most •tebated of the four changes t**mg promised after puhlk hearings that showed a general rnisumlerstanding had prevailed over provisions tor grandfather mg existing uses until current property owners in C 4 areas either sell or ask for zoning changes said (Manning Direc tor Mike shands Shands commented that all ex isling uses whether they conform t*» (fie ordinance or not would be allowed under the new proc isions Chairing the meeting was com missioner Myrtle Clark who did not vote on any of th** measures although sh** said she supported all the recommendations being made Gomez questioned on** change that if accepted and passed by council will remove restnctioas on having kitchen facilities in corporated into guest house ser cant quarters Current ordinance prohibits such facilities in such quarters He did not raise his hand when Clark called tor the vote on the first three items one which calls for fencing from mx to eight feet in height in multi family categories on** calling (or allow ain e of cumulative industrial uses in the M 2A category .is well as the At 1A category and th** fencing item Action of the planning and zoo mg commission will be reviewed by the city council and is subject to three readings before any pro posed changes become law Th** fencing proposal had two alternatives change from the current eight foot requirement for fencing multi family zoned pro jests to either a standard seven foot r**quirement considered a compromise or a requirement for fences from six to eight feet which (Mark said effectively "means six feel The six to eight feet fence requirement will fie brought before council Dead woman's identity, death cause unknown The body ol a young woman pulled from a culvert in south Comal County April i remains unidentified and authorities have yet to receive word a' to which narcotic killed her \n autopsy performed by Trav is County medical examiners on the 18 *'■ 3* .ear old woman revealed the woman had been dead for about four days when hmnd by two young girl" in an 8-foot deep ditc h off the (run luge road of Interstate .15 just south ut TM ”52 Coroners report revealed the caucasian female died as the result of a drug overdose Attempts by authorities to identify the woman through fingerprints have (teen fruitless Investigators Gas** theor zed !he woman was dumped from a vehicle and on** investigator suggest! the woman may have f**en thrown from the caf* of a tractor trailer rig Both Comal County Sheriff s in vest j ga tors and Selma point* reported inquiries from numerous persons who had reported missing persons hut none proved useful Police says the chance* she was a area resident are slim Th** woman was > t****t 4 inches tall and    weighed I to pounds    sjlt. had dark brown    hair at>out    lo inches long and    brown    eyes she    was    wearing hill*    jeans    one* white    mk K    a atilt! See DE AD Page 2A This girl’s committed to the long shot H» TIM WAITS S!d*! Wr ti* 1 There s bad news on the horizon tor girls shot put and dis* us throwers across the state* Julie Barrow is only a junior and she has yet to reach hei potential Barrow has dominated the com petition all year and is still refining her Ie* htuques iii both events in an effort to reach the Class 1 \ state track ami field meet in Austin in (hr**** week" She has the fest marks rn Hit* South lexas legion go mg into the Region i\ meet a week from Saturday in San Antonio lf I throw my U*st I should win." said Barrow s»he has a chance if she doesn't get shook up like sin* did at district sin* could take it all said I inturn Girls Coach Fred Pink I nill last Thursday s District 18 4A meet in Kerrville, Barrow was undefeated in the previous six meets iii the shot put Her heave of u> bvt one inch hist week gave Hit* junior tiei only runnel up medal of the season in the event After finishes in the discus of second. third and third, respectively, in the first three meets this season Harrow is on a roll with four straight first places She was a double winner three consecutive weeks at Canyon New Braunfels and I valcte Barrow broke Hie school record in the shot ti her first competition this veal at the Westlake c haparral Bela vs with a throw of '* she shattered tier ow n i ecord later in Hie season as we as the n ee; record at the I nicorn Relays throwing 414. sh*- busted Hi* nicorn Relays mark lr ti e .•us with a throw 12*-5. though she s still shy ut th* existing I nicorn s* fit*, record of I iJ 4 set by Kathy si hrader iii i^Hl Being the on.\ I nicorn girl ■ ep? e-en* ng the school at regionals has its ttenefits in that Barrow en \es th* lull attention of her in si rue tors At Hu* pmnt she is getting a tot of fviduait/ed attention and that vs iii tx* good tor her later said c oat h Donald ti ann w ho has tnt*n working with both boys and girls shot put and discus throwers this ve t lo Julie s credit she s a giHKl athlete not just a disc us and shot put person She is a natural athlete and natural athletes will be more successful The extra attention has uncovered some minor flaws m Barrow s form that will make her even more of a threat in the meets ahead Even though it is late in the season, she will U changing her grip on the discus Cjann noticed that she had been throwing the 7 . inch wooden plate with just tier fingertips gnpp mg Hic edge rattier than with the first joint of her fingers as she should ciann said Harrow s only problem in Hie shot is the loc ation of the 8 8 pound hall of iron at the release point although that should be an easily correctable defect Other more minor changes are being (Photo by Deryl Clark) See BARROW, P«9« |A Two Sections, 16 Pages Ne/. Braunfels Rotary Club members Randy Haugh Interact sponsc- an * Larry Brumbefow president along with members of me Ne/. Braunfe ? Rota'* C ub Interact Club ai be earing up at the intersection ct coop 337 and Texas •> Saturday beginning at *0 a rn <Photo by Leslie Kriewaidt) NBHS Interact Club adopts highway area Members id the New Braunfels Rotary c lub Interact Flub Wednesday gathered to make plans lur an official highway clean up I he i lab is invohed in the Texas Department of Highways and Public Transport at ion s \dopt a Highway program and will be picking up litter and othet forms of trash at the intersection of I,aop . ;7 and Texas 4* beginn ng at I1 a rn saturday I he projec t said Interact spoil sor Randy Haugh is an otlshoot ut th** Ikm t Mess centi le\as campaign Participants adopt a stretch ot tngfiwav and they are responsible for keeping it clean lor a veal at a tune Haugh said i t.e\ th** Interact c lub wanted a project locally and that was the project they decided to pick Haugh said the group also will . . ; up then highway atter the I aith ut July and at two other dirty times of the year Ii ii Wood of the highway department is supplying the lr gl ’ ct aiigc vests mr the clean up and wlh Live a sport safety ;ec lur** before the protect * ’tv i nu inliers are actually amor Ro!anam and the New Bi tmh - High School club is a n* w organization The program ii.i.ig ',i gets Ult* kids used I doing 'tangs to t>enetit others ;

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