New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 9, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 09, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 9, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Stammtisch Swift waterBest wishes The New Braunfels Herald-/titling wishes "happy birthday” Unlay to Debbie Haynes, Paula Villanueva, Lisa Mucllar, Cheryl Williams, Deborah Ann Vela, Denise Smith, Rill McCaw, Lindsay Bottcnficld, Sarah Nicole Tories and Linda Ackley. Know of a birthday or anniversary? Give our receptionist a call the day before at 625-9144 — we'd like to share in the greetings. Lube-a-thon Rrad/oil Ten Minute Oil Change will host a "Lube a-thou" Saturday to benefit the Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation. For each oil, filter and lubrication service performed at the icgular price. Brad/oil will donate SS to the Senior Citizens’ Center Building Fund Brad/.oil will provide its regular full-service, 15-point check including window cleaning and vacuuming the interior. Hours are S a.rn. to 5 p m. and location is Brad/oil, 9## Mission Drive, just off I anda Street. Memorial music In honor of National Music Week, the Kindergarten/ . ransitional Spring Progran at Memorial Primary School will present "An Adventure at Sea" at 7 p m. unlay. Twelve classes under the direction of Russell Stevens arc involved in the pirate adventure that takes listeners to the bottom of the ocean to visit an octopus’ garden. Ano'bcr musical, "Oh My Dear,” will be presented by Memorial Elementary’s second grade chorus, under the direction of Heather Klossner, at 7 p.m. Monday in the schtxil cafetorium. It will serve as die program from die Memorial PI A meeting.Annual meeting The annual meeting of the Mid-l'cxas Symphony Society will be at 7:30 p.m Monday at Victoria Bank ami Trust in Seguin MI contributors arc members of tile society ami urged to attend Annual reports of officers will be presented and the boaid of directors for the 1991-92 season will be elected.Alzheimer’s Information An informal presentation about Alzheimer’s discase will be made at 7 Tuesday in th aits and crafts building at the Comal County Fairgrounds in New Braunfels. Linda Tresp, executive director of the Alzheimer’s Assoc iation Greater San Antonio Chapter, will speak and take questions following a video presentation, printed information also will be available. The semi mar is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Judy Turner at 625-206# or Linda Tresp at #00/523 2007.Softball tournament Wal-Mart Distribution Center #6016 in New Braunfels will host a softball tournament Saturday, with proceeds benefitting the Children’s Miracle Network Telethon. Playoffs begin at 8 a.m. in Comal Park and spectators are invited lo come out and cheer the teams.Defensive driving l ite Marion Indejxndeiu School Disuict is offering a defensive driving course from 6 lo IO p.m Tuesday and May 16 al Marion High School. For questions on this or other Marion Independent Sm STAMMTISCH, Pug* 2AGood Day Iii the JA hour per iud ending al I a ru today, 1.17 incites ol lam was recorded in New Braunfels Wed nesday’s high was /V and die overnight tow was 56 Highs iii lite mid 80s anti lows in die low /Os are likely today and Friday, and the Glance to< showers returns Salm day. For additional we aliter ml or maiioii, see Page IA biti Id*: CLASSIFIED    9    ti comet  t CROSSWORD..................... 3 DEAR ABBY    I HOROSCOPE    b KALEIDOSCOPE ........ b SCRAPBOOK    ..    7 SPOR 18...............  bu TV LISTINGS....................... 6 WEATHER ..........  2 When Austin Fire Deoartment personnel came to New Braunfels Wednesday for a swift water rescue exercise at the Prince Soims Park tube chute, they found the 'low a little faster than they'd figured Rains transformed "he normally docile Comal River into a raging torrent, with water spiling over the dam. The class was delayed Photo by Erik Karisson) Area’s second rabid bat found By STEPHANIE FERGUSON New* Editor A bat found in New Braunfels last weekend has tested positive for rabies in a Texas Department of Health lab, according to local officials. While this bat was found by children on Becker Street, another bat tested positive for rabies in April in the Canyon Lake area. “We do have some problems here ” said police department spokesman Martin Ma>er. who warns residents to never touch a bat whether it is alive or dead. "Especially if they are falling out ol trees or acting rather weird. They need to just stay away from them and call the animal control people to come pick them up. They shouldn’t let any children play with them ” Test icsults from the bat found on Becker Street were sent to the city Wednesday, he said. Rabies is an infectious viral disease of the central nervous system in mammals. The disease can be transmitted to man through the bite of an infected animal, such as a dog. Other preventative advice against rabies includes: • Children should be instructed not to play with or fuck up a bat. • If a bat has to be removed before animal control officers can get to the scene, use an inanimate object such as a shovel or some type of tool to move it. • Bats found hanging during daylight hours should be left alone. They will leave during nighttime hours wnen they search for food. • Houses, bams, chimneys and attics should be sealed Cracks and openings can become roosts for bats f left open. • Pets should be vaccinated foi rabies eucn year Hundreds of pets are bitten each year by bals. To report bats found in the count v call the Comal County Sheriffs Office at 620- 341X) To report bans found in Ute city can animal control at 629-98 M) oi the Police Department at 625-6JT2 Guinn among recipients of trauma group’s honors Joe L. Guinn of New Braunfels will be among five receiving awards at the American Trauma Society's Annual Meeting under way through Friday in Washington, ILC. Guinn is associate professor and director of the Department of Frog ram Development and Reserve Relations at the Joint Medical Readiness Training Center, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS) at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio. As part of the activities of die l#th annual meeting, the A I S is presenting the Distinguished Achievement Award to Joseph L. Guinn for “ongo ing efforts in training that have resulted in reduced complications and increased survival of injured military patients and enhanced the medical readiness of our nation’s Armed Forces.” Guinn has organized and directed the Advanced T rauma Life Support and Advanced Bum Life Support courses for USUHS. These courses provide bodt active duly and reserve military physicians and nurses with die skills required to provide initial care for patients widi mechanical and thermal trauma. Such training has resulted in reduced complications and increased survival of injured military patients and enhanced the medical readiness of die U.S. Armed Forces. The ATS will honor four odicr individuals during us banquet tonight. (Xhcr honorees and their awards arc: • Rep. Henry A. Waxman (D-Calif), chairman of the House Subcommittee on Health and the Environment — Presidential Citation for “his commendable leadership and continued support of legislation and efforts directed toward the provenuon of trauma and the improvement of trauma care;'’ • John H David, M D., chairman SM GUINN. Pug# 2 Temple says he’ll vote By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Nawa Editor Ousted New Braunfels City Council Member Eddie Temple will not endorse either of die candidates wlio unsealed hun iii die runoff election, hut said he will turn out lo vote May 25.    Tempi*? "In ail fairness I don I have any intention to endorse. Neidtci one of die bilks liave asked," I einpic said "I will also listen and read and make my decision oil how I will vote anti certainly will nun out to vote.'’ Temple lost his hid toi re election lo the Distill t 4 seat in last Sat unlay s election. His opponents, former Mai ine Paul Fraser and Comal Elementary School teacher Susan Curtis will face each other in a runoff election in two weeks. “I think it’s proper, in my point of view, that the citizens of District 4 choose the council member to represent diem based on all of the fac ts .uni information,’* Temple said, qrgmg JI eligible voters to vote. “I have JI die confidence in inc citizens of District 4 to choose ne right person,” he said. And as Temple prepares to leave office, he says he* has proudly wised his district din mg his ink* term. "ITit very proud to have been able to serve oui tty Council ai J rcpt esc ca. dw people of Disniu I I’m ve»* pi oi J dun I wo* keel with a very pc*** uve City Council and a very good staff dial did make some accomplishments,” he said. Temple served on City Council during a time when the Sale City Commission and Downtown Project were deveU>ped, 9-1-1 was implemented, a municipal complex was built and computerizauon increased Uuoughoui the city operation Asked whether he will seek public office again, he su.d "I wouldn't even want lo speculate Hut Temple, who a1 leady is involved iii .he Creole New Braunfels Chamber ot Coom wive, Wuis-Uest Association, and the Rotary I Sub said he wilt cull be av live iii die votiuiiuiiily "ITii ian about to dry up and become a bemat TAUB today reviews kiln rules By 81 LPH ANIL FERGUSON Now it t oitoi Alter mouths ol reviewing public testimony, members ol the Regulation Development ('ommillec ut the texas Au Control Boaid will unlay const dei nile changes dun could allect die bunting of ha/.aidous waste iii cement kilns, "We've taken testimony, looked at die testimony and today we’re pre seining to die committee oui final pn>)K)sal of diose rules," said TACH 'vpokcsiiian Sieve Dav is. In Januai y, officials ol die Air Con ired Hoard conducted public heal uigs iii New Braunfels, Austin and Vtidlol luau lo gadier testimony on die pi vip oval loi new tules and ai net idu ictus lo stale tules lo reg Joie Cav limes using nu/uj clous waste as fuel. Hic new rules would establish emissions and operational requite mcills and add testing icqducineols for comma vial combustion facilities which bum ha/aidous waste as fuels “The cummmec will decide it those uies vhould be prevented at dx- boatel 'meeting tomorrow (today) lur I nun adoption, Davis void "I tee! pteiiy confident and I dunk die >ndt docs dun they will be in spite ot some ut die dungs dial may tx- »uid ' Davis said the committee will hear people speak fot and against die prop used rules. Members of See ut mg a Future Envirounxni also ate expected to testify. John Dierksen assists with trio map as Maj Hooort S. Hayfield explains Marino action in Operation Desert Storm to memoers of the New Braunfels Rotary Duo (Pnoto Dy David Sultans;Marine tells Rotarians about action desert By DAVID SULLENS Editor arui PuMUmn NEW BRAUNFELS ‘ All ot us over there owe Goo a >»g one,” Muj. Robert S. Ray fie Id Jr, USMO, told members ot die New Braunfels Rotary Club Wednesday as opened brief remains about Operation Desert Storm from the perspective of one who was dteie. Vlaj Rayhcid, who, with his modiei, '‘ara Rayland, nj Mission >i *cie the guests at die Wednesuay meeting ut auh members Mal vin ami Geneva Fustiu, didn't stop Tide dtough. fie had other thanks to oiler ‘Thanks lo my mom and dad tor bruigmg me up the way they cho. one to JI the people who showed us such great support while we weie oven dxic," he continued, ten lancing dial Hose who wet CU I there carmot jppicvmu. die valite ot mail dom borne, He commended die funion * nuluaiy and civil (cadetship, say ag, ‘ut dx* fust nine iii a long luix*. dx* military was Jlowcd to tunction as it was designed lo function ” Vnd MUJ. Ray tie id told dx Kouu tons Ii UU dx l<ouott Hral alii. rccsc'ivc to* ces “were one ot dx most important factors ut oui success ai to ut ox sea cess ot the JI-volunteer force. fie concluded his rental ks by say uig, “I be biggest I actor in ux success oi dx* ground campaign was dx success or dx long on vaiupu*gu mat went txiote. the Maline nut jot said hts taut was pi epa* mg to go to Norway whc Uxy were given orx weeks nouee it wit Oxy were to naive to Ux vttd las. as a part of Desert Slot in opciauotis. fie used a I luge map of dx Iraq Iran area to illusuatc hts remarks ort dx logistics of dx campaign. Dx weekly uxeung of tlx lex J civic gioup J so saw its aimuii ive cgm lion at dx lop students from dx county's duce high schools Dx students honored iixiudcd. From New Braunfels High School Ria wed Boul quill, son of Donald ai ai Delores Bouiquin, Stacey Biueiiuncr, daughter of Alton and Carol Brucina XT, Kelly Christian, son of William aixl Vaixue Christian, Celeste Calvin, daughter al Vernon Mild Mar din Col vin, Bi tan Jackson, son of Dai tell aixi Gaily a Jackson, Trace Junca, son of Pete ai a1 Connie Junta, Laura Bucek, daughter of Gary ai J Kathy Pucek, Russell Shocmake, sui of Laiy Sm ROTARY, Rag* 2 New Braunfels 410 SO Herald M016    10/22/99 ..-WEST MICROPUBLISHING 627 E YANDELL DP EL PASO, TX 79903 Thursday i.e Vol. 139, No. 123 707 Landa St., New Braunfels, Texas 78130 (USPS 377 880) 512 625 9144 May 9, 1991 25 Cents One Section, 12 Pages ;