New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 9, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Unicorn JV victorious, Page 1I/Lions Club, Page 5 New Braunfels ilV Vol 134 No 196 707 Landa St New Braunfels Texas 78130 (LISPS 377 800) 512*625-9144 Jacobs tenders a draft firearms control order Know what this fat thing i> It * a blutwurst a blood sausage that i> Great for breakfast if >»*u Ilk*- that sort of thing It *> just a reminder of where the tiest of tm- wurst can he too: : Ah . h I" at the New Braunfels Wursttest later this month amt early next We ll print the rest of the picture with the man holding the sausage as part of a pm motion of the set oud official Wurst fest in !*•'„' we think Vnyway it is >. lear evidem'e that while New Braunfels tty govern ment mas have little pork to cut out of its budget the community lr. general is full of worthwhile fat Nixing folks from New Braunfels sexenth I'av Adventist ('Lurch will tie a! West san Antonio and the Plaza and I s Bl and Texas 4e high wax* asking for money The purpose is simple to help pay ex flenses to an annual church retreat near Austin I hex are a small church sass member Frank smith The youth will tx* «t these locations Frank says (rum 2 to 4 p rn Advance ticket* to NS ar st fest are still available and will tx* until Oct 28 at the Wurst fest Association of tire behind ('ireIe Art* Theatre in l.anda Park Wurstfext goers will save ti off regular ground admi* sum by purchasing ad. ara ex! tu kets Prices are $1 in adv arar ami t4 at the gate V IU krt is g aul for one day Tickets to VSurstbahe are alao available now a.lh**ugb tart at a discounted price The Wurstfot office I* open (rum 8 lo a m to 5 p rn Monday through Frulav Tk ket* also may te obtained at the ('hamhcf of t ani mer ce office at s Seguin Wordiest begins chi Hi and runs thmugh Nos 8 bom a1 * ounty T ilefiMOfi service is sp*msortng an Adult Sitter ( lime (Kit 18 21 that will provide skill* amt know.edge qualifying mature persons to tiecome effective sitters or companions for older adults The three-day training includes in hours of inst ruction for the participants involving many speakers amt resource materials some of tlx* topics include rule and responsible tv of a sitter practical psychology in working with olden adults the ag mg process understanding grief amt loss proper lifting amt transfer ring physical care technique* cop mg with stress on the job and various jig) environments Sessions will tie from 8 to 4 each day and coat is SH per person To pre register the fee must be in the ex tension office by Monday ('lass M/e is limited ( ail *>25 8178 for more in formation New Braunfels own ('lay Baker ami his Texas Honky lunk Band will tie playing at Comal County Fairgrounds during a dance from 8 See ST AMMT1SCM Page 2 By DAVID MAY Stall Writer \n order regulating the discharge of firearms in populated but unin corporated areas of Comal ( ounty is a step closer to becoming reality as Commissioner Clyde Jacobs Thursday presented commissioners court with his draft version They can either accept st or shoot it down said Jacobs adding that Commissioners will discuss hi* esoiution during regular session < h i 22 in court Ja* Otis version is short and to the point and reflects the wisher of the majority who spoke during tw< public hearings held last month vx lion I Paragraph 2 state* This order applies only to a sutxflv ssion all or a part of which is located in the Beautiful clear skie* are in store at least through Tue> day with a high today of about Ka amt some gusting winds from (tie south .it uttoul 15 mph Tonight s low will drop to atx>ut 64 and Satur day’s high will soar back up to KW with southeast winds (vet ween lo and 15 mph Sunday will tx' partly cloudy with a high in the upjx*r nos and a low in the tins The outlook through Tuesday shows most ly fair skies and mild temps with clear, cool nights Highs in the 80s and lows in Hie ut* The Menu CLASSIFIED    14    19 COMICS    12 CROSSWORD ...... 3 OBI! (JARUS    2 OPtMIOHS    4 RELIGIOUS FOCUS .....    67 SPORTS................IO    ll unincorporated area of a county and for which a plat is required to be prepared and filed In Section 2 addressing the discharge of firearms states To promote the public safety the discharge of firearms on lots that are It* a* res or smaller in the unin corporated area of Comal County in a subdivision is prohibited ■section 3 deals with intent and reads It is an affirmative defense that firing a weapon is for one or both of the following purposes a protec Hor. of person or property b var mint and or predator control The fourth and final section provides for marksmanship and tactical training conducted by a peace of- See FIREARMS Page 2 Commissioners okay new Comal County ag agent B. DAVID MAT S*a»* Writer Comal County Commissioner* Thursday unanimously accepted a recommendation to hire a county agricultural extension agent to replace the retired Bul Schumann After having spent the past several vears in similar capacities in lase and Bandera count ie* Scott I Kl rh am will teg.n hi* duties here on ♦ let 21 lr. related action assistant exten v ti .1 gent Mike Harbour tendered his letter of resignation a* an tx (pated Harbour is moving to Col Un » ounty to become the rx»w exten stun agent there When asked what he expec ted lo (tx us on locally as extension agent I Durham said I have a lot of 4 H in tetest* The development of vouth is verv important in v arx his area* \» far a* what my priorities would tx* I t an t tell you Initially my priorities w«iuld tx* based on what the people in the county want me to do Youth would certainly tar looked at Primary interests would also be f community development and to ;<x>k at moult es in maintaining the community arni litedvle* that would (woe!it the area iKirham said iHirham told the court hr believe^ Comal Countv has res erst Iv ex Scott Durham penenced what Barnier a is just beginning to see urbanization of rural areas Commissioner Lorenzo Yankee ( amarillo acting as presiding of fleer in County Judge Fred Clark s absence sari We have had a go*d relationship with the extension See COUNTY Pag* 2 Texas Historical Commission: site report week away The executive director of the T exas Historical Commission *«nd Thurs day that his staff will need about another week before deciding whether more archeological work is nettled al the future Wal Mart districtktn center site one of historical architects will tx* going over a report of a field study >x*xt week said Curtis Tun ix*il of THC He added that the report notes iheie are a ct*uple of old homes on the pro|x*rty east o( Interstate la South of kohlentxTg Hood lf they are historic homes in fair Iv guod condition, Ux*n they might ix*ed to tx* moved But if they re fair ly recent homes that won t be necessary," Tunnel) said lf these sites are significant (lien various things can tx* required ’’ he said, ad ding that according to federal reguia tams the historical commission may need photographs or sketches or may require some excavation work around the area ’ I won t tx* able to say whether they will tx > required until about the middle of next week wtien our historical architect has had a (’hance to review tlx* information Tuiux*!! •aid Calyon Midd’e School students baa tneir it rary s Docks into the new ♦acrity Photo by Defy! C’a^k CMS students on the move! The report is the product of an ar theological field study conducted on the 125 acre Wa1 Mart property The historical commission requested the study as part of the requirements for the city to obtain $3uu OOO in federal grant funds Although the grant funds will be used lo finance utility extensions along the interstate the Wal Mart property was considered a part of the project because the distribution center 'kill benefit from the grant Wal Mart funded the field study which took about two days to com plete and delayed the city's receipt of funds Frances Bridges of the Comal County Historical Commission said the commission is not interested in Bx* homes at the VV al Mart property because they are not in condition to tx* moved She added that the com mission will obtain some of the moi tar work from tlx* buildings The con striation was used by early settlers to this area Groundwork has begun at the distribution center site Stacy Dun can. a spokesman for Wal Mart said the center is expected to be complete bv next fall Students at Canyon Middle school are making a move They re packing up their books and heading to bigger and better things to a new campus east of Interstate .15 better equipped to deal with the growing enrollment and increasing student needs several students volunteered Thursday to pack up library Ixxiks to be moved to the new i ainpus Student*, will catch up with those books m a little more •ban two week* when the old campus is \ ac ated The C omal ISI) Board of Trustees has accepted the academic portion of the new ampus as substantially com plete and is pleased with the con st ruction The base bid for the middle school construction was awarded a year ago ut Ii J million During the past year Cahaba Construction of Houston has built the the Canyon Middle School academic buildings gymnasium commons area and t aieteria and vocational building This weekend we will allow teacher* to move whatever things they can do without for the next two weeks to the new building ' said Superintendent Bill Brown Also he said the library books and science equip ment are being moved He said those are the two most difficult things to move \ dedication for the school is set for <X’t 25 at 2 p rn at the new campus We plan to get the children involved in the dedica tion as much as possible It s going to be instead of a housewarming a school warming People can bring potted plants or whatever and some of them will he planted on the school grounds The dedication is going to be for the youngsters and their parents * he >aid We won t have any high powered speeches Then about two days atter the dedication the fun will really start at the new school the superintendent said "Were planning on the following Mon day or Tuesday to tell the kids to pack up their books and we ll load them all onto buses and take them over to the new school Thats our plan We think the school will be complete by then " he said Brown added that the school s interior is about 97 to 9H percent complete now while the exterior of the buildings is about Ho per cent The gs mnasium is almost complete also he said "As of yesterday they finished putting tile down It s all going to be finished soon," he said Friday October 9, 1987 25 Cents One Section 20 Pages SBA flood injury loan forms in NB nexf week Bv DAVID MAY StaM Writer Federal Small Business Administration officials will be in New Braunfels nexf week to distribute applications for economic injury loans according to a statement released Thursday from Rep Lamar Smith s office I am delighted the SBA has realized the economic hardships county businesses have suffered as a result of flooding conditions earlier this year said Smith County Judge Fred Clark in August requested consideration from SBA for economic injury loans to Comal County businesses who suffered final hardships as the result of heavy spring rams that over a two-month period forced the impoundment of flood waters in Canyon Lake by the C S Corps of Engineers The Corps then ba gen a program of maximum lake discharges into the Guadalupe River through the sum mer creating hazardous conditions for recreational purposes which all but shut down a vital county tourist trade SBA required at least five businesses locally to prove substantial financial losses as a result Coordinated bv Commissioner Clyde See SBA Page 2 Parks board urges formal ban on ads The New Braunfels Parks Ad-\ isorv Board has recommended that the New Braunfels City Council take action to prohibit commercial advertising in city parks The move is simply an effort to for malize informal park policy said Parks Director David Whatley We re just talking about on public park property not streets or anything like that,' he said adding that the park has been used on more than one occasion as a place of business W hatley said the parks department has made a policy of prohibiting com merciai advertising in parks He said he has been questioned as to what basis there is for the policy and he wants to make sure the policy is backed up w uh an ordinance "If it * the intent of the parks board and the city council to prohibit adver Using in the parks, we need it in or durance form the parks director said Whatley said there is no adverbs mg rn the city's parks and he wants to keep it that way He said he also wants to make sure that no businesses use the parks w ithout pro per authority The proposed ordinance would pro tuba signs billboards and banners within any area of any of the city parks Included rn the proposed or durance i* a provision which would allow companies lo display adverbs mg at special events or functions if those companies cosponsor the event The parks director would have to approve the advertising material according to the proposed ordinance Whatley said the proposed or durance is not connected with the city w ide sign ordinance that will face final approval Monday Saegert new UT business dean New Braunfels resident Dr Joel Saegert has been appointed dean of the college of business at the University of Texas at San Antonio ac cording to an announcement this week by Dr James Gaertner, dean of bx* college Ile is a well respected academian. a hard worker well organized and very intelligent ’ said Gaertner "I wanted a very strong internal associate dean and tx* was the perfect candidate ’ Saegert will be the internal representative for the college, heading the faculty task force on American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business Accreditation, managing the college'* microcom puler facilities ami handling faculty scheduling and other faculty matters He will work alongside Dr Jude Saegert \ aldez, associate dean of th** college for external affairs "I just can t think of a better team ‘saidGaertner Saegert has lived in New Br aunfels Simi* 1976 and is a member of the New Braunfels Conservation Society and the choir of the St John s Episcopal Church His parents are Evelyn Saegert and the late Clarence E Saegert of Austin A former professor of marketing at ITSA, where he has taught since 1976. the 43 vear-old Saegert also spent five years as assistant vicepresident for academic affairs at UT SA He has served as assistant pro fessor at The University of Denver The University of Texas at Austin and ITX* American University of Beirut An active researcher Saegert has See SAEGERT. 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