New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 6, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 06, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Cougar, Ranger players of the Page 5 New Braunfels /IV Tuesday October 6 1987 25 Cents One Section 10 Pages Puppet health Firemen emergency medical ser vice personnel and drivers are be ink; sought as daytime volunteers for the Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Impart ment A majority of volunteers work full time jobs during the dav leaving •ho department in rw*vd of daytime personnel Persons with FNI I * ertificatKvn or who would Ilk** to seek certification ar* especially needed and may call **v4 2133 W* 2A>5 or 899 TU**2 for more information Costs of attcn ling I- MT training courses are paid either by th** state or bv CIA FI) We need daytime people real t>a*t said Brenda ti dies board mender arni T MT firefighter for Cl > FI> VSi desperately rued help in the day tune hours Monday through Friday Boy if the water rn coation district can support it or if any (Hie i an support it all of us should get behind this service and help out < *ur anmia! guide to VV undies! prints tNet 22 I? you or your business want to put an ad in the sp*s ml section the deadline for d*v mg that is * K l 14 Also if vour •rgaiu/atmn will tie sponsoring a ftooth at th** annual sausage lest ival Call and let us know so w** • an mention that in the tabloid Call lim or Dana at 62S **144 and tell '<*t! *ji % • .) nw'ss.ig* Same thing g<**-s for putting in ads onlv vou wan! to talk to an advertising representative Are you < mntirg th#* tip** in to day s new "paper He me mher count n.v ’hose «*pas that are holding «*w sp apers XII (givers don t count lf the!*' ss a picture of a Wurst fest < *pa n the paper you know t real v** per***} who is an ' 'pa che*, k to v*** if th**v ar** holding a newspaper < lur friends at the Wurst fest \s*-» tat ion have grav kris iv donated tickets and other neat stuff to tin* contest eof lures so get counting lf yOU are a paid up subs* ntier of th** '/era f .'riding v.rj stat 1 to wtr $ -t your correct (**unt is chosen at random tm Page to of today s newspaper s a pledge < ard tor Comb und I VT support your Coml* und \ list of all th** places your money goes is listed as well ComKuiid s Uiard of dire* tors t»y the way will have a platin rig session at noon Wednesday tomorrow in the Herb Schneider Boom of til** New Braunfels Na t Kina I Bank Annex I < ■»» N W alout I>»w«-r Colorado tliver Autlioritv is donating and N«*w Braunfels I*ttilti**s is installing a solar water heater at MO Acorn street Why It s a demonstration project of Uh* utilities arui la It V to show the effi i leo* y of such a device in our neck of th** woods The heater will show that there is a way to reduce energy during peak periods which is all part of NBL s load management program that hopes to lead to a reduction of tin* need to construct power plants The water tieater is ma private residence tail you can look at the solar panels on the roof if vou drive bv Blue »kies will I** tike norm for the next several days and perhaps th** remainder of th** week according to weather forecasters Highs today and tomorrow will M*ttl«* in the up j>ei /Us Witt! lows tuesday night dipping into the lower ids A series of dry fronts two never get backs or sides1 are expected to continue roiling in from th** north, bringing gusty winds but IR* ilk lenient weather Temperatures are expected to gradually cool as each front moves through The Menu Cl ASSI! IID    7    9 COMICS      6 CROSSWORD    3 DiAR ABBY    3 OBITUARIES    2 SPORTS................. 5 WEATHER..................2 Safe City panel to meet New Bra unlet" biti* ribbon "ate <’tty Commission rn embers > oimnt""i*>n on "topping crime have chosen to jHirsue "**v eral will meet I lursdav in Hr- offices avenues of public informa ion and of th*- Hero/* J /effort* newspaper hand" on work to make th ** public \ f t ** i " •vet a1 <0 nim it tee rn***-ting" ai k1 meetings bv the full See C R • MF Paq** 2 German-American Day For emergency medical services Canyon Lake VFC votes to fill coordinator’s job By DAVID MAY Staff Writer An interim emergency med.cal service coordinator for Canyon Lake Volunteer hire Department was voted to fill that position permanent Iv .Sunday night at a specially (ailed FMS meeting according to reports Robin Scott was voted to head CIA Kl) FMS personnel after being named interim c<»ordinator sept 29 during a board of directors meeting that saw the resignations of three emergency medical technician" and the previous F MS coordinator Board member and FAM firefighter Brenda Gille" said with th** naming of Scott as penna I nent coordinator and pending policy I (flanges regarding EMS < anvon Lake she believes th** turmoil and internal conflicts expose*! last I week will subside ■ Fverybody is making runs again and things seem to be getting bet ter said Lille" this morning The hoard is .scheduled to me*** the last Tuesday of this month and expected to act on a proposed policy change that would have the FMS coordinator answer directly to the hoard instead of an assistant fire chief Also five letters of resignations are officially pending held in ahey ance by th** board since the Sept 29 meeting (idles said she teels those threaten mg to re"ign will request those letters not be acted on by the hoard Allegations of jealousies and con filets among some members of the department resulted in the resigna sons last week of two EMS personnel two board resignations and the resignation of a former EMS coot dsnator Also three temporary leaves of absences were granted The hoard approved several policy change' including reducing its members by five and declined to fill the tw< positions vacated Enactment of a new policy concerning responsibility of the EMS coor dmator is expected to be discussed later this month CIA FO Chief Hollo skinner said last week however he believes such a change might lead to more pro blems and should be thoroughly discussed before action is considered That might he a bad decision said Skinner I think there are going to be more problems w uh that and we need to discuss it more with the board ’ The idea behind having the EMS coordinator answer to the board rn stead of an assistant fire chief was to alleviate problems with non FMS personnel making policy decisions that seemed to be a source of some of the conflicts within the department The policy changes that the board of directors are making are going to be of tremendous help ' said Gilles There are times when we have no way of knowing if some of our policies are bad ones until something like this occurs ” Latin pair rob convenience store at gunpoint Sunday For th** second time in a" many months a New Braunfels convenience store wa" robtved at gunpoint of an undetermined amount of monev I wo Latin mal**" who poll- «* suspect may he brothers, entered the Fina '"tatson at I A ant! Huisache around 5    > p m Sunday with one ut the suspects pulling a handgun and demanding money <)n Vug 29 a lone gunman wedding a sawed-off "hot gun made off with * ash from the store after the clerk a as handcuffed According to police reports on the latest incident the two men entered the store and asked the clerk the price of a pack of cigarettes VV hen the clerk responded, one of the two suspects pulled a gun and ordered him to the floor The ( ash register was opened and all the money remov «*<t The clerk was then ordered to lie on a storeroom floor where he was relieved of his wallet ami lett unharmed physically Both men then fled the sh :** in what was bes* i lived as a clean late model black and silver GMC or Chevy pickup truck w ith sport wheels and a bright chrome bumper The gunman was described as approximately 25 years old five feet five inches tall and weighing around 120 to ' 25 pounds He had a medium complexion and very short hair The second suspect was described as being a nearly identical twin ct the first leading authorities to believe the two may be brothers The gun used was a 6- to 8-inch barreled blue steel small caliber revolver One police investigator said the suspects matched descriptions of men involved in similar holdups in San Antonio and < limos Park Persons w ith information about the men sought in con nection with the robbery are asked to call New Braunfels police investigators at 625 7181 or Crime Stoppers at 620 TIPS where anonymous information provided could be rewarded in cash up to$1.UDO Spring Hollow will appeal to TEA over deannexation Hilgard Suhr, president of the German-American Society waits for New Braunfels George I rben to sign a proclamation declaring Oct b as the official day of recognizing German-Zmerican contributions to out city ana region President Reagan already has declared Oct 6 as German-American Day after a lobbying effort by people like Suhi and various legislators with German-American constituents (Photo by Deryl Clark) B, SARAH DUKE Stilt Writer V group of resident" in the spring Hollow Subdivision in the northern section of the Comal school district plans to appeal to the Tex a" T tile a tier. Agency requesting deannex at ton from that school district The group of residents in the sub div ision notified th** school district of its plans after it failed in the original attempt at deannexation when th* Comal County Commissioners Court denied the boundary change The move had earlier t**en approved by the Hays County Commissioners Court Joyce Summerfield one of the leading proponents of the deannex a Hon move declined to comment on th** appeal when contacted earlier to day Bill Brown Comal ISI) supennten dent said he had been notified of the group s plans He said the school board received a letter last week in winch Larry Sommerfield stated the groups intention to exert ase its right to appeal Monday traffic mishaps minor A Bulverde man was sent to a San Antonio hospital where he was treated and released and three per sons avoided serious injuries in an in terstate collision in two separate traffic accidents Monday Bernard Anthony t alandra 39. of Bulverde lost control of his 1981 Toyota Cell* a Monday ev ening while traveling southeast on FM 311 at Texas 46 He was found unconscious iii the front seat of his vehicle and See MISHAPS Page} The superintendent said the school district will maintain the same posi lion it has during the earlier attempts He "aid he respects the resi dent " right to appeal but remains op posed to the move District officials including school board president Leroy Goodson have said tile deannexation would set a bad precedent and that the CIS!) can bed meet the social economic and educational needs of children in the "Ubviston. areas that state law re quires In* considered Goodson has said that the district s boundaries need to remain as they are rather than being changed as each new part of the county becomes dev eloped Some 13 students live in the sub cliv ision just north of Hie Hays County line Residents are requesting that boundaries be changed to allow students from that area to attend school in the W imberley school district Larry Sommerfield testified in hearings before both the Comal and Hays County Commissioners Courts that tile subdivision is a part of the Wimberley community and does not feel a part of the Comal ( bunty or Canyon Lake community He said the school district boundaries are outdated and need to be changed in accordance with the development that has occurred in the area Children living in the spring Hollow subdivision must trave! roughly 16 miles to attend the nearest CIS!) elementary school in Sattler while older children travel about JO miles to Smithson \ alley High Schools Parents from the subdivision have said that they do not want their children spending as much as an hour traveling to and from school Those parents have said they would prefer their children attend school about eight miles away in Wimbere Iv which is much closer than CIST) schools Should the deannexation request be approved CIS!) would lose the tax able value of the 600-ac re subdivision and 21 homes Wimberley ISL) would assume about $59DOU in bonded in debtedness which represent the sub See APPEAL, Page J Newk's burglar busted Comal County Sheriff’s in vest i ga tors last Friday arrested a man suspected in the July 14 burglary of John New combe s Tennis Ranch Arrested at his place of employment late Friday afternoon was Paul Anthony Fspinoza 18. of 1604* Michigan Street in New Braunfels Ut* was charged with burglary of a non habitation by Judge Harold Krueger Bond was set at ll ooh “We have recovered some of the property taken and we expect to recover the rest ” said Lt Kudv Kubio who made the arrest without incident Rubio said Fspinoza was wearing a set of men s warmups taken in the burglary In all more than $1,900 worth of ladies and mens tennis clothing and warmups were stolen An anonymous tip provided to the sheriff’s office led investigators to Fspinoza after he allegedly tried selling some of the stolen items lo friends and co-workers ;

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