New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 4, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 04, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Defending golf champions do it again, Page 8 New Braunfels /AV Vol 134 No 149 New Braunfels Herald Publishing Company 707 Lancia St New Braunfels Texas 781 30 (LISPS 37 7 SOL Tuesday August 4 1987 25 Cents One Section 12 Pages Stammtisch New Braunfels Firefighters \ss< hi at ion anil Neu Braunfels Fire Department \uxiliar> have a work party slated from ** a rn to 4 p rn Sunday at » uinal» aunty Fairgrounds Those attending should bi mg a "'a I at! veggi#* or dessert Meat drinks and utensils will t»e provided VS fiat v alt are go ng to do in paint ,iii<i sprig e up the organizations txmth for tile upcom mg and alway* fantastic buntal County I" ait next month something new A new organi/a tam tm .iii patrols and friends ut 4 ll clubs there will Im* an organi/a t renal meeting featuring home rn a dr “ '• ‘’ream br ginning at 7 to p rn VV * in. I. iv \ ,g . in I anda Dark Sr* ill Mi adults interested rn -up (“'■    *•    a ih1 pat t u I paling, in the ii .my and worthwhile 4 ll activities hereat routs enter ti For more in A warm draft N BU awaits bond rating on projects totaling $9 million A 1987 Smea triple < ombinatton pumper here is draping or suctionmg water vee Fin * ’ ' ■ ■ ■ t. e neath lute rstate 35 s Guadalupe River within the range if tho na! Aer© crossing Mon «Jav Fire Chief Phillip Baker pumping more than ibic feet d secone rumen! t*et I formerly of r oak urn Te * *s said the -im out of and back intr y f^|0 fly f.0 r k r said tht !h*‘!0 tilt ti trued- rej:.1 a c e' ■> a 30 year-o'd pun ; er s sd L‘ truck (eely Ani! Le ' stat* o n c > rf r> f C I a i ti on No low II' we ofter Bulverde V F 0 T Le new tru r Las a tv.jZZ-v ' kj f I L* 0 kj |«J sit 3 *' I < } t time! > access fQ fd 0 * md EdUt at? vet at ion has r a Head in ' . is a is to is! san An top of its the truck ch**nm a* ab f r shooting roam Ahi h means leas for fighting such things as and air raft fires The tru - Bra.infe * Man e, , Webf e) 11 ^ I f DC GBRA facing lawsuit over hydro bid award process tt, JOHN KASIN! W Cor r evpondi-nt \ lawsuit Civ liou afd Int et Houston Making t»»r loss of a ll J4s million ton*! ruction contra uroieittsi $l < .*» «Ht i anvoii Hvdruelectric Dr< plaint plant Vet .BH V o dro (gainst adalupe Bianco Kiter Vuthor iv die reg » nim! ' I til’ Worth ia-t month tops the agt lid a Vspuing thespians will Want to note that audition* Jot ttm upcoming pothght Theatre A Si is (.ump Lu n I AUF Int s pi<»dbeno! Vin VV «•« ii a s»l a v In Mullet Besing take plat e Veg 4 and I > .it Kl ause lliniM* on BoiVef d* Knud Needed m ai. elegutit man in tin late lot lies of (*.i! tv fifties I iwiitliih and a voting and lovely gal III the IH to a ais old. lunge a nigged man rn Ins late to - and a tm tv ish chit until Isl akubiv a t«tdy kin*! * t pet situ Mmw dates are ch totter s ii it, 11 and .4 Din* to! *s .lame* .l.dmsen t ail 4 ut2 (;it for more mini mutton I! vou ate a UiritiU r Ut tti** ll.tet ker IxM’ffler families uki trave a reunion sunday Vugust 3 at Bet at sin nil Hall iii the \uehi (’tun munity It darts at J p rn and you sftouid plan to tiling enough h»**! tor tour laimlv < o(ti*e tea .md tinier Just two vt eekH ago Boia ,ifd requ* ''of a tettqtot .ii . restraining of lei to * lei ay the ny tm project if .at or dei wa* denied IHit an iii) anet nm ) ma ring is *» iteduled to t • heal a! uh «*i a la .p* t mint y In >t I ct t out I on Vug ll Stated in tta* sud are allegations that si ate pet forma nee bonding requirement* were waived bv ««HI v V and rebids were solicited In Hie project without IU days !h*ti*. i til pt*‘s)i«** fivebidders Harvey Dunn a lawyer representing GBBA sa Hi th* suit allude* til collusion tie! ween ti Bit V and I olorado based Futon Metal Products over waivers ut tending re qui rewelds tw*« aus*- Futon itiii tv*>t include a performance Umd with it' initial construction bid while Bot t art! sub nutted the Unuling infor mat ion VII initial bids wen* rejected by DBK V and the project was rebid but Hit* tune (Minding requirement* were not re« juim! bv *»tvK V and lower hiddet !■ aion was aw ai tits! Ha' * ontt a* t Vv* ording to Dunn Uh* issue in court will lie whether .• governmental body can waive performance payment tmh*! requirement* which DBK V said wa* made to at i om od ate I (bidding and expedite Hi** pro* es* I Hum explained that the butden in * ouit will lie on the Set- ST AMMTISCH Page 2 Austin man is killed, NB family injured Saturday I her** * a slight i hance that aftenuMin or evening thunder showers will cottl down tin* temperature* lain this week lint don t count on it High* foi the remuindei of tile week are forecast to reach the mid rn* with daytime winds I rom the south at IO mph Night tune lows are only *cht*duled to di up into the mid .‘n* Hurly morning cloud* will gr»*et you on the Wily to work each day hut w ill soon burn off Ihe Menu CLASSI* ILL) COMICS CROSSWORD OLAR ABBY OBITUARIES SPORTS ....... 8 WEATHER    2 9 ll b / 3 7 2 Vn Austin man wa* killed and two (dikers were injured la!** saturday when their vehicle* tnt nearly head on iii the 22uo block of Interstate la just *outhof KM Urn Final Deter Jensen *d an engineer wa* pronounced dead at the scene by Justice of the Peace Harold Krueger He was taken by Doeppenschnudt Funeral Home to Travis C ounty medical ex almner * office for an autopsy as ordered by Krueger Jensen the driver and only rn cupant in a Butt; Plymouth Bel ta tit. was northbound on the interstate and exited on an oft ramp in front of a I MHN DMC pickup driven by Mario Saldana 27 ut 28uO Win dgate No 7 New Braunites Saldana with his 27 year old wile 2 year old daughter and another 12 year child was south bound on the interstate frontage road He told officer D I. Dunlap that he saw Jensen * car travel mg at high speed, hut tie thought Hut tie wa* continuing north on the interstate He said he t>eg.m to move tor want when Jensen suddenly pull ed onto the off ramp where they collided The impact knocked Jensen * vehicle some Ami ted oh Hit* road and into a fence Saldana s wife Norma, and the older child, Bachel Garcia of I*>.!♦* I ii, were taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital by New Braunfels EMS where they were trealist and released for cuts and bruises Police reports showed that Saldana was also injured but a hospital spokesperson said he was not treated there t he toddler was not injured Dunlap said the accident was still under investigation and no citations had been issued as ol Tuesday morning Dunlap did state in his report that Saldana tailed to yield right of way and suggested Jensen may have been intoxicated By SARAH DUK E Stab Writer New Braunfels I Kilties General Manager Bob sohn said todav begin a* sr mn as next spring and Sohn said ii would take alout one year to build sohn said it is iikelv that NBL will 'hen just on mon- step the receive some financial support for nitles must go through before sell g more Hum >1' million to fund , lintier of new projects That last step is to bid the (rends ihn said adding that a bid date ha •en *et tor >ep? ] New Bruunfel tor uh* bona is> meet mg Monday Before the tx ti Will receive a Im. tie is hoping for . can int inn* • ll IM ll* forefront lope i**i. the plant from the Edwards I nderground Water District whose purpose it is to encourage protection (*f the aquifer lorn Fox Kl WD general manager has *aid he would like for provided final approval the district to support the construe issue (luring a special 'mn of the plan* and hopes that other cities reiving on the aquifer will follow New Braunfels lead to find alternative water sources While most ot the money to fund the water plant * construction will come from tMinds, use of NBL * water resource development fund reallocated 19H5 bond revenues and fund* from the sal** of the local electrical transmission sy stem will oflset part of the j I ant s expense* NBl officials anticipate receiving >4 million from the Lower < olorado Kin cr Authority for the local transmission sy stem The sale of the system will relieve NBL’ of an tv s water estimated $25.ooh annual expense of rn system transmission line maintenance it system Sohn said preliminary plans are •ct a $5 5 tieing made for the surface water water treatment treatment plant which will have the New Braunfels on capacity to treat b million gallons ot un ace waler w ater a day The plans cannot tie imp let cd he said until a site for the d NBl tin said r a AA rating whit h he id as you < an get I w hi u h b get VV He ad ■ugh it is optimistic to whs get an VA rating * is a strong possibility mg or at least an Al led that he would con percent interest rate it *.11d tie hopes to sell i even lower rate lion rn bond iev t nue is hind several projects a g( pn Hie* on Ed* ■Is V (Utter instruction or the project could See NSU Page 2 aals *ay construction ch the I August as scheduled eel engineer Dreg Bottle a $3 9 million contract has tieen awarded to KA.k Frectlon for civil tail I strut t son and a reservoir byp.»s- - .stem !*ir the I’anyon Hy rdo Project Beltie re* nm *■! md awarding the re tad ■ ■ k<x! i field construc tion subsidiary headquartered in v.m Vn ton to YU initial minor design chgangt - ai t rebidding the project th*-river authority wa-able to redo ** initial y i ! ^ | \ is * jjtf - . *t «t KtiHic- wa* confident that th** t any on Hydro Project will come ii: ii . timely marine! lh *.nd proje* t designs at the L any on Hydro Project have been submitted to the I S Army Corps of Engineers Submissions to Ho Federal Energy Kegulatory I’oni mission must also U* mach* before construction at the hydro prtijeci «. an ti* gin t.BKA officials have stated con cern ovcr the role of tile Federal Energy Hegulatory Commission s licensing priM'ess which directors main tam imp.it i* un >t»»t «* water project* Imiwcvci ti BBA of fit aals remain (‘tint itfent that to outstanding submissions can ti*- made t>**iot«* tm* project * sc heduted statt date t tnt* el Hic- primal v appeal* made by DBK A was for its concern nver a continuous water release restriction rn one of Hic* permits GBHA contends that although it i* conc erned atmcut wildlife dowwnstream from the project >i continuous release* agreement is not appropriate leu Hu* area tiecause of drought period* which are likely to occur Besuit* of this appeal are pending River Road work will have to wait By JOHN KASTNER Cor respondent Because of ret em heav mg flooding in Hie leva* Hill Country and especially heavy releases from Ca ny on I ake most road repair work along Biver Hoad wdl have to Im* delayed until waler levels return to nounal, according to County Road Engineer Mac Met o> McCoy indicated that currently it will tx* several more week* Im*(ore he anti his road crew can examine the road situation and determine what needs to Im* done McCoy said Hie heavy release* from Canyon Dam have made it impossible to do any work that needs to Im* done All parks in the Canyon Lake Area are still closed because ot the high water The I S Army Corp* ut Engineers has closed its (mat ramps and is warning people to stay out ut the area especially downstream along the Guadalupe Kiver which re mains at dangerous levels The current flow into Canyon I ake was I 443 cubic feel per second while the outflow was at 5,1 IU cfs Uus morn See ROAD Page 2 Sheriff's seek suspect in Monday sex assault Comal County sheriff * m vest (gator* art* searching for a man who stopped early Monday morning to give a woman direction* and then I ell her to an unknown area of Canyon Lake where he Im at and sexually assaulted her According to authorities, the woman was abducted from her vein cie on »Md Saltier Hoad while looking for a girlfriend * house by a white male believed to Im* iii his A* * He was described a* having a slender build standing utxiut six feet two inches tall and weighing 170 to IMO pounds with brown hair and brown eyes IU* was last seen wearing a gray T shirt blue jean* and white tennis shoes and was driv mg a gray colored vehicle believed to Im* an < Udsmobile The suspect possibly had a moustache and tveared a homemade tat(M) on his upper left arm of a spider Comal sheriff s office graphic web with a spider flanging (rom it and the name “Jessi ” Jessica or Jessie” across it Th** 22 y ear old Wimberley woman was tveaten and raped according to C ACC AHI T Pxm, I ;

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