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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 18, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                Temn KiteHolds AP Kite rode 4 string of four birdies itt a Wretch into a stfdke lead Saturday round of the gritty Texan patiently compiled a 69 on the soggy Oak Mill Holland tterrem Shbrtsttsp Rodney Hollafid and third ffefrefa were both selected to the Class A l baseball team this The duo tfnicOfnS to the District 284A title With record this past gives help fly Childhood intervention of New icted jfiew officers for its board of uoard the group formed to support the by increasing visibility in discussions with service See Page 1B New Braunfels 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 1512625 Sunday June 1989 50 Cents Four 40 Pages Putting the kart before the courts 6y STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Noise emanating from a New Braunfels gocart track into the sur rounding neighborhood is creating a conflict which probably will be settled in rather than admini says the New Braunfels city Im not sure were dealing with a compromisable position on part of either said City Manager Paul It would be won derful if they could work a Members of the Hill Country Kan Club leased land on Loop 337 from the City of New Braunfels in 1987 to build a gocart The lease is for 10 years with an option to renew for two fiveyear periods for a total of 20 Members of the club race and practice predo minantly during weekends and the noise is irritating to some of the At it does gqt a little said Lester Stockhorst who Jives on Rebecca Its riot a train that passes in five tniriutes it and on for hours and I dont mind any one doing a recreational but I just dont see how the thing ever got stuck inside the city limits The club incorporated in the ear ly 1960s as the San Antonio Kart Noise from weekend go kart racing has caused some problems for some of the residents near the track on Loop Photo by Deryl Clark but left San Antonio The San Antonio track started thinking about putting location in because of years hi apasture houses he said a deteriorating said president abour Mike Lozano of San 12 to 15 years beforethey even See Page A Voters OK creation of Bracken district Residents in the response area of the Bracken Volunteer Fire Depart ment Saturday voted by a twotoone margin to create Comal Countys third rural fire prevention unofficial counts Comal County Clerk Rosie Bosen bury said 80 votes for the district and 34 votes against the district were cast in Garden Four voters in Schertz extraterritor ial jurisdiction voted for the district while nobody voted against the other rural areas included in the Bracken Volunteer Fire Depart ment response 26 people voted for the district and 16 were against The fire department people of the Bracken Volunteer Fire Department recognize the need of a stable base said Precinct 2 Commis sioner Neil Craigmile of Garden Ridge Its just a followon of the other fire districts in the If voters approve creating the fire a levy of tax not to exceed 3 cents per valuation can be collected by Comal County from resi dents in the Bracken Volunteer Fire Department Bosenbury said absentee which started May generated 10 ballots eight in person and two by A fire district creates a stable finan cial Craigmile They are a political subdivision with the power of Persons living in the city limits and extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Garden Ridge extraterritorial jur isdiction of the City of San Antonio situated in Comal County and the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Schertz were eligible to Campers save tuber Campers at KL Ranch Camp rescued a tuber Saturday afternoon from the Guadalupe River when he apparently had an epileptic witnes ses They got up on the bank and he Was practically unconscious and went into said KL Ranch Camp owner Gale When they put him in the ambulance he was still in New Braunfels Emergency Medi cal Service dispatched an ambulance to the campground on River Road and transported the man to McKenna Memorial A at the hospital said the man was treated and The man apparently was floating Bretzke Good day Blue skies and plenty of sun are in the forecast until Earlymorning clouds will burn off by midafternoon and the high will reach almost 99 Tonights low will be in the No rain is expected in the next Inside 8D DEAR TV Stammtisch Free nutrition lectures sponsored by local physicians are presented the first four Mondays of each month from to 8 in the Garza Street classroom across from the main entrance to McKenna Memorial Top ics for the rest of June June Diabetes June For more contact Bazan or Shows at extension 134 or Registration continues for th Discovery Series at New Braujrfejs Childrens The series starts with a Wednesday and Thursday this week from to at the museum in Courtyard shopping Child ren may be dropped off at 9 The fourhour session will include stencilling taught by Susan watercolor by Dorothy drawing by Mike McMa wood sculpture by Carol stained glass by Julie and computer by Jayne There is no supply costs are included in the tui tion for nonmembers or for The secon4weeks two day session will offer the same selections from which children may choosp three or foujr The first two weeks also will be open to parents or senior citizens who would like to lake a class for half classes are open w 5 through Call the museum for mots info on the County reaches lawsuit settlement By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer An outofcourt settlement of was reached Fri day between Comal County and a Kingsville man who was shot in the leg at the New Braunfels Civic Center in 1983 during a gun And County Judge Fred Clark said the is little price to pay for a big We have to learn from Clark You dont just pay and forget it and have it happen again and pay the next After spending taxpayers the county should learn a he We should try to prevent this type of occurrence from happening Donald Rylant filed suit against Comal Sheriff Walter Fellers and Sheriffs Deputy James Parker in 1985 after he was shot during the gun show sponsored by the New Braunfels Police Officers Association in Rylant was an exhibitor at the Happy Fathers Day Linda and Craig Walker and their children Amy and Brian are heading to Photo by Deryl Clark Walkers plan new life on small Pacific island ByMARGARETEDMONSON Staff Writer Missionary Aviations News Press in Pohnpei has been praying for a competent printer to upgrade Micronesians in the art of printing and for a teacher to teach missionary 1 have met a couple who could certainly meet these He is an experienced printer and she is a qual ified It is their desire to come out as soon as they raise enough sup need our Edmund pastor for the Pacific Missionary wrote these words in his November newslet ter to his missionaries in The couple he was referring to was Craig and Linda Walker of New When Kalau came to New Braunfels in early Craig Linda decided they wanted to leave the life they had known here for 10 years to go to the Pacific island group of Micronesia to serve a three year commitment as yocational mis Jii order to So they had to raise jjieir own money for transpor tation support for them and their two 9yearold Bryan and 6yearold Linda said most of the money has been Craig manages KwikKopy and Linda teaches at New Braunfels Christian They currently are involved in sell ing their home and practically every thing they own to join Kalau and his missionaries on the Pacific They will leave their twostory home to live in a small apartment above a print We felt like we wanted to be even though we thought it would be something around Craig we are certainly will ing to go anywhere we can Its the kind of thing we were looking for even though we felt like we wanted to stay around Amado Corona takes a good look at Katharine his new daught at McKenna Memorial Hospital this This is the pairs first Fathers Day together because mom Amanda just gave birth to Katherine The parents probably couldnt ask fer a better Phote by Deryl Claris Parker accidently discharged his service revolver while attempting to unload The bullet grazed Rylants There was conflicting evidence based upon deposi tions taken as to whether or not he was on duty at the time and whether he was authorized to carry a weapon or Clark adding the case had been set for trail several Evidence hadnt been he Every bodys trying to settle it without developing the facts including the It was a close enough question that we bought our There was a dispute over whether or not Parker was on duty at the Ume of the Clark According to one source like the sheriff he says he wasnt on According to another witness the chief deputy at the time he was on So you have a he See Page 2A Clements signs dropout bills AUSTIN AP Texas teenagers must stay hi school if they want to drive under dropout prevention legis lation signed into law by Bill See Page 8A for a list of the bills signed by Clements Friday Hearing the bottom of a pile left for him when the 1989 Legis lature adjourned on May Clements on Friday also signed a measure to pump million into a program for increasing state aid to poor school Educational excellence and eco nomic excellence go hand in Without a welleducated work Texas cannot make he The governor hailed the nocar bill as an innovative way to combat the soaring numbers of Texas students who quit school before receiving their high school The bills supporters said teen agers would be reluctant to quit school if they wouldnt be able to The new law will prohibit anyone under age 18 from receiving a drivers license or motorcycle operators license without proof of high school graduation or current school   

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