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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Ranger players of the Page 5 New Braunfels 193 707Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377800 Zeituno Tuesday 1987 25 Cents One 10 Pages Puppet health emergency medical ser vice personnel and drivers are be ing sought as daytime volunteers for the Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Department A majority of volunteers work full time jobs during the leaving the department in need of daytime personnel Persons with KMT certification or who would like to seek certification are especially needed and may call 8992305 or 8997902 for more information Costs of atten ding KMT training courses are paid either by the state or by CLVFD We need daytime people real said Brenda board member and for We desperately need help in the day tune hours Monday through Friday if the water recreation district can support or if anyone can support all of should get behind this service and help out i ur annual guide to Wurstfest prints Oct 22 If you or your business want to put an ad in the spinal the deadline for do ing that is Hl 14 Also if your organization will sponsoring a booth at the annual sausage call and let us know so we can mention that in the tabloid Call Jim or Dana at 62S9144 and tell them lAve a message Same thing goes for putting in only you want to talk to an advertising representative Are you counting the Opas in to day s newspaper Remember count only host pas that are holding newspapers All others dont count If there is a picture of a Wurstfest opa in the paper you a real live person who an Opa check lo see if they are holding a newspaper our friends at the Wurstfest Association have graciously donated tickets ami other neat stud to the contest so get counting If sou arta paid up subscriber of the you stand to win jru if your correct count is chosen at random On Page 10 of todays newspaper a pledge card lor ComFund Support your ComFund A list of all the places your money flues is listed as well ComFunds tcard of direc by the will have a plann ing session at noon Wednesday i tomorrow i in the Herb Schneider Room u the New Braunfels Na lional Bank iwuu N Walnut Ixiwer Colorado Kiver Authority is donating and New Braunfels Itilities is installing a solar water healer at 510 Acorn Street Its a demonstration project of the utilities and LCKA to show the effi ciency of such a device in our neck of the woods The heater will show that there is a way to reduce energy during peak which is all part of NBUs load management program that hopes to lead to a reduction of the need to construct power plants The water heater is ma private residence but you can look at the solar panels on the roof if you drive bv Blue skies will be the norm or the next several days and perhaps the remainder of the according to weather forecasters Highs today and tomorrow will settle in the up per 70s with lows Tuesday night dipping into the lower 50s A series of dry fronts iwe never get backs or sides are expected to continue rolling in from the bringing gusty winds but no inclement Temperatures are expected lo gradually cool as each front moves KaBAMV OHIMIIKI MUINEt Prekmdergarten teacher Tricia Towal at Lone Star Primary School puts on a puppet show lor students featuring Suclsev and Germey as part ot the Genii Ousters program buing used at the jhuGi to student The Germbuster program incorporates hygiene into art music and physical education Teachers and ad ministrators said they hope that oy making students aware of the importance ot things like hand washing they slow the spread of communicable The puppet program coin cides with the school district s aim to keep attendance high duimg October which is the month in which state funding is determined based on attendance Photo by Deryl Clarkt Safe City panel to meet Niw BraunUK Muv nhtxin fommisMon on stopping crime will meet Thursday in tinoffices ol the newspaper Aftii sv committee nuttilths and meetings the full Sale City members have chosen to pursue several avenues o public information and handson work to make the public See Page 2 GermanAmerican Day For emergency medical services Canyon Lake VFD votes to fill coordinators job By DAVIDMAY Staff Writer An interim emergency medical service coordinator for Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Department was voted to fill that position permanent ly Sunday night at a specially called EMS according to reports Robin Scott was voted to head CLVFD EMS personnel after being named interim coordinator Sept 29 during a board of directors meeting that saw the resignations of three emergency medical technicians and the previous EMS Board member and KMT firefighter Brenda Gilles said with the naming of Scott as perma nent coordinator and pending policy changes regarding KMS service at Canyon Lake she believes the turmoil and internal conflicts exposed last week will subside Everybody is making runs again and things seem to be getting bet said Gilles this The board is scheduled to meet the Hilgard president of the GermanAmerican waits for New Braunfels George Erben to sign a proclamation declar ing 6 as the official day of recognizing GermanZmerican contributions to our city and President Reagan already has declared 6 as GermanAmerican Day after a lobbying effort by people like Suhr and various legislators with German American Photo by Deryl Clark last Tuesday of this month and ex pected to act on a proposed policy change that would have the EMS coordinator answer directly to the board instead of an assistant fire five letters of resigna tions are officially held in abeyance by the board since the 29 Gilles said she feels those threaten ing to resign will request those letters not be acted on by the Allegations of jealousies and con flicts among some members of the department resulted in the resigna tions last week of two EMS person two board resignations and the resignation of a former EMS coor dinator three temporary leaves of absences were The board approved several policy including reducing its members by and declined to fill the tsvo positions Enact ment of a new policy concerning responsibility of the EMS coor dinator is expected to be discussed later this CLVFD Chief Rollo Skinner said last he believes such a change might lead to more pro blems and should be thoroughly discussed before action is con That might be a bad said I think there are going to be more problems with that and we need to discuss it more with the The idea behind having the EMS coordinator answer to the board in stead of an assistant fire chief was to alleviate problems with nonEMS personnel making policy decisions that seemed to be a source of some of the conflicts within the The policy changes that the board of directors are making are going to be of tremendous said There are times when we have no way of knowing if some of our policies are bad ones until something like this Latin pair rob convenience store at gunpoint Sunday For the second time in as many a New Braunfels convenience store was robbed a gunpoint of an undetermined amount of money Two Latin who police suspect may be entered the Fina Station at 135 and Huisache around Sunday with one ot the suspects pulling a handgun and demanding money On Aug a lone gunraan weilding a sawedoff shotgun made off with cash from the store after the clerk was handcuffed According to police reports on the latest the two men entered the store and asked the clerk the price of a pack of cigarettes When the clerk one of the two suspects pulled a gun and ordered him to the The cash register was opened and all the money remov ed The clerk was then ordered to lie on a storeroom floor where he was relieved of his wallet ana leu unharmed Both men then fled the store in what was described as a late model black and silver GMC or Chevy pickup truck with sport wheels and a bright chrome The gunman was described as approximately 25 years five five inches tall and weighing around 120 to 125 He had a medium complexion and very short The second suspect was described as being a nearly identical twin of the leading authorities to believe the two may be The gun used was a 6to 8inch barreled blue small caliber One police investigator said the suspects matched descriptions of men involved in similar holdups in San Antonio and Olmos Persons with information about the men sought in con nection with the robbery are asked to call New Braunfels police investigators at 6257181 or Crime Stoppers at 620 T1PS where anonymous information provided could be rewarded in cash up to Spring Hollow will appeal to TEA over deannexation BV SARAH DUKE Staff Writer A group of residents in the Spring Hollow Subdivision in the northern section of the Coma school district plans to appeal to the Texas Educa tion Agency requesting deannexation from that school The group of residents in the sub division notified the school district of its plans after it failed in the original attempt at deannexation when the Comal County Commissioners Court denied the boundary change The move had earlier been approved by the Hays County Commissioners Joyce one of the leading proponents of the deannexa tion declined to comment on the appeal when contacted earlier to Bill Comal 1SD superinten said he had been notified of the groups He said the school board received a letter last week in which Larry Sommerfield stated the groups intention to exercise its right to 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 Bernard Anthony of lost control of his 1981 Toyota Celica Monday evening while traveling southeast on FM 311 at Texas He was found unconscious in the front seat of his vehicle and 2 The superintendent said the school district will maintain the same posi tion it has during the earlier at He said he respects the resi dent s right to appeal but remains op posed to the District including school board president Leroy have said the deannexation would set a bad precedent and that the C1SD can best meet the economic and educational needs of children in the areas that state law re quires be Goodson has said that the districts boundaries need to remain as they are rather than being changed as each new part of the county becomes Some 13 students live in the sub division just north of the Hays County Residents are requesting that boundaries be changed to allow students from that area to attend school in the Wimberiey school Larry Sommerfield testified in hearings before both the Comal and Hays County Commissioners Courts that the subdivision is a pan of the Wimberley community and does not feel a part of the Comal County or Ca nyon Lake He said the school district boundaries are out dated and need to be changed in ac cordance with the development that has occurred in the Children living in the Spring Hollow subdivision must travel roughly 16 miles to attend the nearest C1SD elementary school in Sattler while older children travel about 30 miles to Smithson Valley High Parents from the subdivi sion have said that they do not want their children spending as much as an hour traveling to and from Those parents have said they would prefer their children attend school about eight miles away in Wimbere which is much closer than C1SD Should the deannexation request be CISD would lose the tax able value of the 600acre subdivision and 21 Wimberley 1SD would assume about in bonded in which represent the sub Newks burglar busted Comal County Sheriffs in vestigators last Friday arrested a man suspected in the July 14 burglary of John Newcombes Tennis Arrested at his place of employ ment late Friday afternoon was Paul Anthony of lift Michigan Street in New He was charged with burglary of a nonhabitation by Judge Harold Bond was set at We have recovered some of the property taken and we expect to recover the said Rudy who made the arrest without Rubio said Espinoza was wearing a w of mens warmups taken in the In more than worth of ladies and meos ciotaiai and warmups were Aa anonymous tip piwidad to lac sheriffs office lad iavMtiiaton to Espinoza after he allegory trtod selling sane of lac stolon ilarn to frieads aad   

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