New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 28, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 28, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels New Braunfels, Texas Vol. 134/ No. 82 One Section, 12 PagesTuesdayApril 28, 1987 25 Cents / Stammtisch \ A ----=f i _______ ’Tis the season Sunny aiul warm days with light and variable winds and temperatures iii the **>s an forecast for the entire week with no rain in sight The nights will tie (air and mild with temps in the 60s The Menu CLASSIFIED..........9    12 COMICS    TS DEAR ABBY............ 8 HOROSCOPE............8 OPINIONS ..............4 POETRY CONTEST S SPORTS..................’ TV LOOS...............7,8 Former New Braunfelser Robert Nowotny has produced a movie that is now being shown at the Central Park Fox theater in San Antonio The movie “Billy Galvin ’’ stars Karl Malden and was shot in Boston “Billy Galvin " "ays Robert’s mother Mrs George Nowotny is the story of a steel worker and will eventually be shown in New Braunfels Robert is a graduate of New Braunfels High School and has a master s degree in radiodelev ision and film from the University of Texas at Austin He's now living in Houston As a post script to a recent invita tion to all over €0 citizens to a picnic at space ll in Lamia Park Friday l^nita Ross adds that Park Ranger Super interment Mark Peltier will conduit short historic a1 walking tours of the park both in the mom tng and afternoon Pedler said he expects to gain jn much information from the seniors who remember when ^ he gives to them says Ross who is the dim tor of the Senior Citizens ( enter Poetry lovers amt friends and fmaiy of the palets themselves should turn to page >A of t*«d.*v s Herald /elfung for a look at the win ning entries in the revent New Braunfels \rts Count ii s annual poetry contest New Braunfels Ktwanis Organza tion is sponsoring a fr*s sjnets h and bearing screening on May * at New Braunfels National Bank I rn screening will be conducted from b am to I p rn in the community morn of Hie New Braunfels Nation Hana HWU N Walnut The hearing st reemng is open to all agos alai the -I leech screening is for « hiidieri z to k sears of age hor furl bet .*, formation call the Northeast * urn munit altun ami Learning Clum ban Antonio at I iMvt or cai. hr Paul Bardee after ' p It. at * ZV ♦ GJS New HraunfeH \rea Hum me st* lets s animal shelter im K..* h *•* Avenue is again accepting log- *. dog runs and rabies observation kennels at the sheller for the \ ,o! two weeks have tx-er; getting a rn t concrete floor thanks to generous dont ions from area businesses all that is cl*me and the shelter is again open several members of the New Braunfels Running I tub ventutevi soutti to Port Aransas saturdav to participate in the First \nnua. y.i h«md and Run hor It Classic Road Have sponsored by tho i orpus Christi Road Runners I lot Du tut run event started witfi a I" kilometer run followed by a * kilometer and then c*mc!ivied w if , I mile run which drew many families and children Immediately following the run all race pat ticipatns and spectators were pm v idevl all the spagfietfi salad an I drinks they could ciMisume .ul nm ptiments v»f the I orpu' Christi R >.»u Runners and Spaghetti Works Restaurant lan ai runners par ttcipating in the event were Lr Martha Autumn bara ami Ber Honker and Ray and Beverly K»«ehn Tim ami Kav ran all three rav es martha and Beverly ran tent tfm luh and I miler wtnle \utumn bara and Ben all ran tin* I miler Both bara and Ben Hooker finished second overall in die childrens dis i sum of the I miler Congratuia Bons The Property owners of c onto! County Water Recreational District nuintw*r one will hold their quarterly meeting at the sland on Saturday .it 1“ I m Golf course operation will remain under city By david may Staff Writer The greens of the Panda Park Municipal Golf Course are in the black as in ink. leading New Braunfels City Council Monday night to vote against any further privatization considerations to operate the financially stable facility Council took the unanimous action following recommendations from Cl tv Manager Joe Michie and Panda Park Golf Course Advisory Board Chairman Bill Mabry Our golf course is a profitable operation any way you cut it Mabry told counc il From purely a dollars and cents standpoint it is profitable not counting the value it is to the city as the number one tourist attraction year around which is something you can not put a dollar v aine on Mabrv said through April Jo the course has almost $12,000 in its capital improvements fund and has shown a profit thus far of SI 1.179 over expenditures not including revenues derived from last week s Golf Fest and with revenues still to come in April and May Daily and annual fees at the course were recently increased by council with a portion of those adjustments going toward a capital im provements fund Privatization is not in the best in terest of the cites financial situation and it is not in the best interest of the citizens of New Braunfels, added Mabry With our current fee struc ture and capital improvements fund we have the capacity to make improvements and operate the course without any taxpayer revenues and make it an even more profitable and attractive source of pride for the cl tv ' The advisory board has discussed the proposition several times and have met with a representative of the American Golf Corporation and visited a cour-e operated in Mesquite by AGC The group voted at its April 14 meeting to cease further privatization consideration and to maintain the current management operation under the city manager “I want to be on record aa saying that after looking at privatization of the operation we ought to discon tinue looking at that avenue Michie said We may want to come ba. k to it some tune in the future but I don’t see that taking place In making the motion to discon tinue further privatization considerations council member at large James Goodbread said I think it See COURSE Page 2 Five adults, one juvenile charged with burglaries New Bf fun da aftemot Woad off T' recently ct, and a t»-!s 4 rv* afoe it * for several hours late Mon >n to bring under ontrol a fsre on SaenqerhaMe . e 16 t fu* t re which turned a large area of a it z,heat f«ela, reached the edges of Saengerhalle se r ie blaze debar Cue* • vert men threatened adjoining fields The fire is another .n a entty of qrass fires wf ch have officials warning oust * • * * r. * •. art* ana c au* on because of extreme ■ *    ‘ at present n the county Respond mg to the V Br vt dels f rt Department and volunteer “ tr n New Braunfels Geron mo _a*e Mc ac Photo Dr D* dark Several burglaries and theft' near Canyon Lake were cleared through the arrests Monday of -iv persons in two separate incident' involving Comal County sherif! - department Four adult- and a juvenile all from ban Antonio Acre arrested early Monday morning by Deputy Don Reynolds for the burglary of a fast f < Hid establishment on LM >»* at Man uck Road In i omal t ounty Jail are J a me' Pang IT or. charges of burglary non habitation theft under SZO possession of narco? paraphernalia He is in . more than ilHH" : tetr.i> Ai — Dennis Baird IK James Mi Means IT and \ tit bony White g.b v barges of burglary of a habitation Baird and Mc Means at e tieing fit an beld in lieu I on non on bond- of SPVuoo each while Wr.de s bond was placed at $2u ooh \! were magistrated by Precinct J Justice of the Peace R G “Doc Blanchard The H--year old arrested wa--a »-«-d Mot, lay info the custody of his parents Pang and the juvenile were ar rested by Rey nolds around 7 a rn for the theft of firewood trom a come : ten* 'tore air ss the street from the t.xvi establishment Dud arrest .ed the deputy to the group' t amp'ste near Nunn Bark 'UtsliMsion where thev were tnurid in ...    .*■    more    than Mu* dollar' •Mirth ut food items taken in the early morning break in Tile -uspects did ar. as yet undeter mined amount ct damage to the store 'iv breaking out a window to gain en frame and then leaving several coolers open which resulted in the loss of other bx*! items according to sheriff ' authorities In a separate arrest she! iii s in vestigator Minion Pilleux ap pretended K..v \hei Martinez IT at his residence at 4K7 F Common and charged him with two counts of burglary tor the April 14 and lh break rn- ut the » anyon Lake Jackie bliop in btai tzville Precinct . Justice oi Ila Peace Harold Krueger set Multi!-*, bond at $    *•    •    • • . *    • r * Liliuex -aid Martinez is the only 'Uspei t at present in ’he burglaries of the shop in which according to the investigator the store wa'basically emptied out ut fishing tackle and See ARRESTS Paso* 2 Professor aims to determine town's ethnicity H. SARAHD U xI StaM it, . Du are I ier pop ■ aid the ai aden) let ans ar* try n«* flow New Braunfels residents immunity through economy > .ane other trait German traits iie*•* in New Braunfels and the .or.-ervafiv i-m an i a J duct ant e lo accept out - iller- actually an similai to traits of esidents in any 'mall town We re going to have to determine what is stereotype' br'.i.d Gish 'aid met-* mg : gam.'els tiope to draw some of the area - older resident' who can give insight into what it means to tie German It TI small town ai l what .s German We re going to be kind of fun It ll be a gathi * mg of folk* he anguagf to remain sr % have to Weed out what I- German and what are >aitl gene! adv deled small town attitude he I-**    !••* * Lear German spoken on th* 'Ireels * u* st ' the*< fie 'aid adding tfia’ he g vc*- tux or'der it a lo* a bakery in German and oway    •<**».!    lither    German traits are ' tm f th** i *y ire said    I think the family patterns are quite i ier man hi* said i.i-ti added ti.a? -ome ut Hie personality ti ait - commo! iv . on-;.lei int German such as llu*!e att .e! tai?! qualities that alf COH -Idered German Gish said noting that a sense of order a reverence tot the past and a tun loving attitude are among the attributes i on-!del ed * let man Those are tfiir.g- von Uiink of when you think ut German but tho-e are -ort of gross NBISD awards bid for more classrooms at Memorial Primary German a- ai et in group is experiencing -ort ut an ethnic cMc Gist -aid The Ger man- in this state are everywhere yet two world wars sort ut del ft in rn Rut in the la-t several year- I have >>    *•    r    a change No s it - nK to U* i H*! '-.ar    *« sa t The Mexican \ .*    in inf tiu-ice in the coni S* • ethnic Page 2 Fiesta royalty III a move to relieve i row tied classrooms at New Braunfels newt -t si ho* New Braunfels ISP s inlaid of trust****' tin- week awarded a bid for more f flan vjou u> worth of const rue Hon at Memorial Pi inuit > s. bool I win nu- i ult!- NRIM > superinten dent for finance -aid In* wa- pleased with the bid which came in con side! ably undei estimates We received 14 iuds from contractors on a project that architects had estimate d to cost SZ Jo nu) fie said Of the bids receive*! six were tower limn the estimated cost The l*o.ud awarded tin* cont!.u t to Tom my Pi oui h < oust rue Hon Po of Con* vet —if ti* I. * had the low fad of $Z1G Z7g Sol construction of four new kindergarten classrooms L or an additional i loo th* -* ti*xil board lev died to ti.ive Hie conli ii tor build a lo bv Ko 11 * it asphalt play area The contractors have igr«*t*d to nave the clu-sioom- re.. tv for use next a t Ult is -aid While NBISD r never woike.r w th the Converse See MEMORIAL Page 2 State committee drops Guadalupe from proposed bill IG SARAH DUK I Staff Wi Her pressure Citizens owning land along the livers teared tile hill would -trip The Guadalupe Rivet til Comal    them ot then property    rights and County has be* u dropped nom a    would encourage people    to trespass state senate bill aimed at protecting    on their property he said Texas rivers There was a lot ot pressure trom \ -iMike-man tot on** of the stat** people who live along those rivers senators on the Natural Resources and they were coming to meetings Committee salt! the removal of th** saving We oppose* this We have Guadaliqie River and a portion of the Poloia*l»i River was a result ut public See BILL Page 2 CIMA president Ray Mendez Jr crowns trika Cantu at the organization s Fiesta Mexicans Queen She was escorted by Joe Martinez Jr The ,£,th annual event was this weekend at Wursthalle. (Photo by Deryi Clark! ;

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