New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 16, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 16, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday August 16 1987 50 Cents Four Sections 40 Pages New Braunfels Vol. 134 No 153 New Braunfels Herald Publishing Company 707 Lancia St , New Braunfels, Texas 78130 (USPS 377 800) Back in the saddle again County attorneys assume ‘wait and see’ stance about The stammtisch atm vc* is the work of K I) Gene Kike Basing mused to Ness Braunfels a year ago from Switzerland Gene says tie and his family are familiar with der NtammtiswTi Un das ort Itch Gasthaus Krone ' sshieh is recreated for us here Gene call Harold oi Jim at 62.*> SI 14 to Net up a time to lune lunch on Harold Zeitung And for all you other aspir mg artist" and such draw us a stammtisch table that fits your lea of ss hat a tattle tor * ronies ought to tx* When we use u atop this column on ans Sunday you get lunch on Harold ti* Edge last fess have Leer at I'at " Place but we're flexi hie send your stainmltsches to H lroltl s Stammtisch Search 707 banda Ness Braunfels Texas Pictured Indow is M ade ohnheiser t*t Boy Scout In Kip lls and span sored tis Kirs! I nited Methodist < tiurch SS avie is a junior at Ness Br.luntei" High School a mender of the t tm uh, vim a ei team and trie Non of I’om and Theresa t rump VV adv* s put ii ii service project in an attempt to tullill Iequirernerils to* an I- aga" Scout designation is lo clean up and refurbish Babe Bulb Baseball I- ie Id at t amal Park Her* W ade is engaged in trimming tin* ten* e Woe of tile tieid Included in the project are sanded and painting bleachers repair s arui < leanup of tile baning cage and trasti remosel He is «ompletmg Mime W hours of public service work with the help ut I* ago Si * Kit Ball VV vin. and another would tx- Kagle Scout aeff Kunkel Bagle Bulverde Ranches I he Guadalupe Hiver Saturday was runn og a» thusiasts after the past two months of 5 OOO cts- about 1 500 cl "c feet per second at* orps of Engineers decreased Cany r Dam Friday afternoon ss dee" ■ : t a’e to? tubers and interning ess than VOO its th*' flow seethed like a cake wa)** t hows following heavy early summer and liny m 'he release from the dam is . * 'rn air at tne current level for the next • ' i weens as Canyon Lake draws down to »war the : -servation pool of 909 feet above in sea e.e «Photo bv Dervi Clark) Canyon Lake area water service faces shutdown b . MM WAITS and SAW AH DUK t Stall Writers I-" -: iV < lf IIC I litiwra Ivy losing their Kile* sc als (rom th«‘ leva" Mtor I " * lf 11* e hav * told I '* . Re vt KnM-: p it"*': • iwlier *•! Bit’ v . iter Roil* it* I sv xtt*m ♦ *rv mg Uh- subdivisions to Prop**! make i w attn ti* la!" na mw* repairs to improve quality VS atef company the 1 *»•.*!* Rapt* < met it j unable to make t ne tequites! r epa! irs . I v an I V\ba owner of Bi** w atef * titori! sv Starr ref Wirt edtv has petitioner! I the quail, v state ti eat!ti department tor pen fills at tot it* o cease lifer at urns of the vompa ss stem ! tie eontmission has not v ear t «*"JKHl ded t«* Bi** Iequest and in Bu Knterf meanti me "Ub*tiv is ion resident" tt re a day i organ! aperat zing to keep the "V" tem Uh* si coot t Rev I on a ".so* sate Rath M\«*rs By TRAVIS E POLING Correspondent A suit by the State Attorney Generals office against a local developer of an tllegal subdivision has been ruled in favor of the state and will result in compliance from the defendant as well as thousands ot dollars in tines William A Swinney developer ot Bulverde Ranches Subdivision, has been found in violation of Texas Department of Health rules regar ding installation ot water systems Swinney wa" iound it violation ot the regulations in lyR4 by the Health Department and the case was turned over to the Attorney General after several failed attempts at seeking Swinney s compliance The violation consisted ot having an unapproved public water system serving his Bulverde area subdivi sion Any system serving 2i or mote persons is considered to be a public water system and must have appros ed engineering plans to Th* submitted to the health department Bulverde Ranches at the time ot th** investigation in iyR4 had over 25 people being sei cod from an old well which was or.ginalls to* use only by the original r anch house ocate : on the propel tv The one . ell was. all that served th* subdivision tor several sears ira! has bad residents in a constant battle tor a better water system Two add tional wells were eventually added but not enough to supply adeouate water pressure tor the subdivision Assistant Mtorney General with the {environmental Protection Din sion Torn Godard said that the judgement in Monday’s non jury trial was an interlocutory judge merit Judge VV R c aion has given Swinney 60 days to the engineering plans for a water system to the Health Department tor approval and another Ro days tor carrying out the approved plans Niter the lTu-dav compliance period ttie judge will assess the tines By not fining Swinney now says Godara they hope compliance will Ik* much easier for him to achieve Godard says that the stat* is ask See WAIT Paqe 2A Schools' tax levies below state median , r , * 's a mr* to seek water ser-so* nom th*- nearby summit caca hot. . s,»>* Ksinuates indicated that a at*-! could be obtained from the res..* • mu* h more e*.uncritically than making repairs l*> the Peyton sss*, «! ku \oiaii w itll summit had n.. aliment when contacted by phone saturday Raymond Feinherg a saltier I- slat* resident has appealed to Gov Bim < u-ruents tor assistance to "top Uh •. .ll. s\ >;*"!; hum "hutting down i* an open teller to the gover a, J* *!fii»**i g said if ta milles aie in bulges of losing ttietr water’ IV*, mo: Enterprises intends to cease pi. nog • .der b> all these lambies Please help Us Eemr**rg said saturday that the n*sid**nts ut th** subdivisions are not a* *Kt«!s a.th Peyton but are simply orc ii -nu. to tin*! a water source See NO WA TER Page 2A Ute ( omal school district > tax levy .ast year was increased by 5o percent tor fy«MS7 while the New Bummers school district s tax .evy ast year was increased by 7 a per cent tor ttie year as compared to a K 2 percent increase tor the average school district in Texas Last year trustees in the I.obi loc*al se1 hoc I dtstrids adopted budget" totaling s-12 2 billion and lev ied local property taxes totaling S3 billion to pay tot it The state prov ided >4 a billion ot inundation aid and the re mamder was tunded by school lunch and trtiier tees federal aid tiond sales and other revenue I tie figures come trom the latest s>uc ot Bench Murks tai 1987-88 school Ihstnct Budgets in Texas an annual publication <>t the Texas Research league an Austin-based educational corporation engaged in governmental research school budgets adopted last year called tor spending an average ot > ; ohm pet student tor current opera Hon plus *2H1 tor interest and repay merit of debt and >4M per student tor capital outland NBlsD s budget prov ided tor >2 7t*2 U* per student tor current opet .itions S7.2u.5B jn*r student tor debt service and *115.77 per student tor capital outlay based on the 4.704 students enrolled in the tau semester Of IWB* CISD s budget piovided for v .12 RH per student for current operations. >4y<- 40 per student for dei>t service and $2 rho ye tor capital uutlav Comal school di"trict had 0 177 students in the tall semester of last vear The average salary tor classroom teachers paid by NBISD in 19R5-86 wa" >2 1727 while (TSU paid an average ot 122.6u7 tor classroom teachers The average among all school districts in Texas was >24 4R7 per classroom teacher In NBISD the average salary tor administrators was s t? bal while in r ISI) the average salary foi ad mmislralors was $.v4,yy7 other pro-tessional support employees such as librarians, counselors nurses and supervisors earned an average salary ot $23,084 in NRIM) and >24.t>68 in i IM) Statewide payroll expenses aveiage $2,5o* per student as com pared to $2 IGN in NB1S1 > imd $2 4 la in t ISI) Ravioli expense is a combma See SCHOOLS Page 2A ie tells tiet ti* is planning to come ii New Braunfels Texas, for Vui"tt*‘"t i nt.la i" supposed In th indllig *»Ut what happened to Rritlce i* ii Ills who ietl town to go get fits weeBx alt and tiling back 'lie > rf** .** owed t* »r I a tut oil winch our com nullity was founded Sodus was ac ually lier** in wtiat is now central si * s I AMWT ISCh Page JA Ute? . high 111 New Braunfels ot yy Saturday, ex peel a simitar mercury reading Sunday and Monday witti overnight lows ai the up pet ,0s We likely will have mostly * loudy skies Sunday morning lait you * an believe th* sun w iii v ajMii im* cm away by mid morning south to southwesterly breezes at trom b* to i * miles pet flour will prevail wha ti means go to the lake go to the I ivel prepare cc tnt ti a 01 mint julep" t*ut iii the spirit or bar mimic convergence Hunk cool The Menu BUSINESS    b    n CLASSIE IEI)    7    IIH COMICS    68 CROSSWORD    3A DEAR ABBY    BB EDUCATION    b    I?A ENTERTAINMENT    SA KALEIDOSCOPE    I    SB OPINIONS    4A SPORTS    9    UA WEATHER     2A New Braunfelsers respond to cancer patient's plight B, DAVID MAY Staff Wilt cf E arly indications ale that Jo Min Rodriguez is winning bel battle against a iaie form of cancer that threatened removal of her right leg It is possible that tin* tumor may reform but its chance <>t spreading ait- minimal Meanwhile thanks to the com munity s response tier family is win lung then battle to keep their titian elal heads alcove water We have caught up with our bills and things art* going much fretter said Henrietta Rios List week I d like to Blank a lot ut people who have alt been very nice ’ Jo Min is midway through bel schedule ot week long radiology treatments at M D Anderson Hospital and rumor Institute in Houston Mu* is cxjh'I tenciiig side et teds from the treatments such as headaches exhaustion and nausea But Bu* dodo! s have told tile family that they believe the tumor will not spread She was utfiicted with a rare tumor diagnosed as a neuro I thro sarcoma Such tumors normally form dt*ep iii muscle tissue thougti iii this case, the malignant growth formed and at (ached itself to tier pelvic Inuit* It radical an detected t 2s st birth*! P ot low ll and bet t, back and "bt* can ie very large anil doctor s ; i ttu-y would have to pel ti amputation Its pit sen Jo it "t tier surgery rn July Jo Vim illy have (teen Gaveling lh from Houston so that ive radtologv treatments scheduled to Ufldt (go five days a week tor six weeks t hey tim tilt" have said there art* no chances of it spreading said Rio" They think they have got it I neat Because ot th* required trips to arni from Houston requiring ttie mother to miss many days ot work a financial hardship had t*een placed on Bu* (anniv bt icy tell behind on rent and other bills Bios co workers and Bit- local community' how eve! responded generously The family has so tar received some >1 UUU through a trust fund established at New Braunfels National Bank and about another fl.uou was raised through special functions I am very grateful I thank Bu* Lout tot answering my prayers I wish there was something I could do (or Bit* people Bios es p ec 1 a 11y expressed Set? CANCER Page 2A Horny adolescents J .vc young residents ot Buddy and Nancy Jordan s wildlife ranch near Bulverde a Tama gazelle left and a kudo (pronounced K o duo* display their spindly legs and adolescent horns Some 200 exotic animals reside on the 187-acre tanch northeast of Bulverde in Comal County where the Jordans raise and sen the creatures to zoos and refuges world wide including Saudi Arabia I he Central Texas climate and terrain say the jordans, is an almost pertect place tor raising such stock The Jordans have their hands full, but it s worth the effort to have these unique and beautiful uteeds gracing the limits of their Lone Star refuge Read Sarah Duke s story and Deryl Clark s photographs in kaleidoscope, the Heraid-Zeitung s Sunday feature section ;

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