New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 19, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 19, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 19, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas ‘LOST’ ORIGINALS, ‘LIVING’ HUMMEL MAKE CHARMING STORY — See * * '.EIDOSCOPE, Page 1B     -(1016    vO/-    i3hiho    - Al0.,t.c.T    ® New Braunfels Sundaylf* n ii IHI (rt May 19,1991% %M I JC    75    CentsVol 139, No 130    Serving    NEW    BRAUNFELS    and    COMAL    COUNTY    /    Home    of    Pat    Scanlan    Three    sections,    48    Pages Herald Look at that baby run! A slight chance lot ram today, ((luplcal with highs iii die HO) urn! overnight lows iii the 60* should carry us into du* lust of die week I 01 more wcudici druids, see Page j /A. Inside BUSINESS 11-12 A CLASSIFIED ...... (MMB COMICS MB, IO IMC CROSSWORD JA DEAH ABBY MB I t HIC AI ION MB I NI th I AIDMEN I IB HOROSCOPE ............... .........MB KALEIDOSCOPE ......... ......2 /B OPINIONS SPOR IS 13 IMA TV US 11NGO FSC WEATHER JA Limited use of awnings on old Faust Hotel OK’ed By JAMIL 11 I CAMFUL 11 Biali WiHat Hie New Iii nautch I antinial k Coiiuiuskioii met u\ oilily U> diw us* a jMoposai lo pol awnings mi Ute Fault lintel “The commission appiovcd awn ingi on lite second llnni only Hie awnings have to tor kept clean and iiiamtained. ” void Mike Shantis, (lit iv un of New Hi ain tic!) planning and development Sh and) also »aid lite OU wild) ut die Faust 11toddled theu request VO lewd awning) will be plated OO die hotel. Hie Faust ti owned by Farmer* Sav mg) and Loan rn Houston “I made die (notion to appt os e die awning). They ie not permanent and they II hide the ut woudiuoiung unit) Iheie wok a lot of dissuasion and we all approved the awning), said board member Robert Waineekc. Keptcscnauvo I tool die Faust and die city sd New Braunfels were on hand a tien ilw communion made u» decision Vt iu icgulai meeting in July, Chairman John® l itten, the I antimark Ct* omission will consider putting his annal inoikcr) on the old Schumann diug stoic and die Klappenbaeh building Shondi kind all members of the Conuiuifton attended The member> ait Fj ba t. VV'ai nee kc. Vice Chairman Linda Dieter^ Colleen Seeihammei. Margaret Field*. Roberta Mud ta, Heimi Waterbury and Chairman Johnc hi ben Stammtisch Best wishes Hic New lh ann)els Herald-/eiiun)!, wishes “happy birthday” today to Karen Brenner, Mcli Bacon, Jeannette Felgcr, Loretta Pierce and Christopher Uscy. “Happy birthday” Monday to Joan llelmke and Sean Franklin. Belated best wishes to Jessica Fernandez, Johnny Edward Fernandez, Jennifer Hamer, Norma Snyder and Frank Saueedo Jr. "Happy anniversary" Sunday to Paul and Sharon Bartels Wifeless, Joseph and Linda Mendez, Terry and Jonathan Hull, Hector and Hcrlinda l eal and Orlando and Betty Cardenas. Belated annivcr sary greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Alon/o Bush Know of a birthday or annivcr sary? (Jive our receptionist a call the day before at 625-4144 we’d like to share in the greetings. Street closings Contractors continue work on waler line projects related to New Braunfels Utilities’ surface water treatment plant < )n Monday and possibly overnight, Lakeview will be closed from Austin to American streets, including the Torrey intersection. Beginning Tuesday for about a week. Lakeview will be closed from Torrey to Klingc-ntann. Driving instruction New Braunfels Independent School District Community FaJu-caliou Isogram is offering both defensive driving and preparation for the written Texas Department of Public Safety commercial drivels examination next week on alleniate evenings and a complete Defensive Driving class on Saturday. Poi more information call the NIOSI) Education Center al 620 6200. Water cut Residents living on Turley I Street, between Lakeview Boule-{ void and (Sinone Woad, will Ik* , without water service from V a in. to i pm Monday, lins iutcrrup iion iii service is needed to allow the New Braunfels Utilities con tractor to make a necessary connection to NBU’s water system. NBD urges residents to take the necessary piovisions lor this interruption. Model to speak New Braunfels Service I vague will welcome Elsa Koshorough, a model, actress and lecturer, at 7:30 p.m. Monday at New Braunfels Presbyterian Church, 373 Howard Street. She will discuss personal potential direction. Rummage sale (’blist the King Confessional Lutheran Church will s^Ktnsor a rummage sale and hake sale from 1-6 p.m. today al the Senior Citizens Center, 142 Comal. Republican women The Republican Women’s Club will meet al 4:30 a m. Monday at the Victoria Bank annex. Major Mike Sohn, who recently returnee from service iii Operation Desert Storm, will he guest speaker. Members and their mates arc encouraged ut attend. Registration begins SELMA — Oui Lady of l*erptu- Se« STAMM (ISCH, Pag* 2A Good Day Sims sees change as positive for county Parents at Saturday s Toddler Run at McKenna Memorial Hospital do most of the work. usmq every method they can think of to get their tot’s attention and coax the little rascal toward the finish line. The children, it seems, have other interests to pursue The event is a fund raiser for MMH s Health Professions Scholarship Fund. (Photo by Erik Karlsson) By STEPHANIE FERGUSON City Editor Reshuffling the 25th State Senator tai District to include all of Comal and Guadalupe counties and a portion of Travis and Williamson, will create a conservative district comprised of people with the same attitudes and beliefs, says Sen Bill Sims, who represents the district. “I think it will be great,” said Sims, D S a n Angelo. Under a redistricting plan approved by the Texas Senate last week, Sims picks up Comal and Guadalupe counties from Sen. Sims Judith Zaffirtni, D-Laredo, md portions til northwestern Travis County and Williamson County. Sims currently represents die west em edge of Coma] County along with close to 40 other counties. Under .he Aquifer suit filed in Midland MIDLAND,Texas (AP) — A Sierra Club lawsuit to restrict withdrawal from the Edwards Aquifer could limn water use by Central Texas residents in order to save endangered species in the state’s largest springs. The lawsuit, filed in Midland federal court Friday, alleges that the U S. Interior Department under Secretary Manuel Lujan Jr. failed to regulate use of the aquifer, which provides drinking and irrigation water to the San Antonio and Austin areas Residents of San Antonio, the largest city in the nation to get its entire water supply from an aquifer, had been asked to limit usage last year when Comal Springs, the slate’s largest, almost went dry. officials said. The lawsuit follows San Antonio voters’ rejection of an alternative sur face reservoir and state and local officials’ failure to negotiate a water use plan with the federal government. Papers filed in the lawsuit ask the court to order the Intenor Department to enforce the Fmdangercd Species Act with regard to the aquifer to preserve almost a haif-do/en endangered species and implement recovery plans to ensure the flow of water to San Marcos Springs. Texas’ second largest. “I very much support the idea of filing the suit,” said Dr. Glenn Langley. director of the Edwards Aquifer Research Center in San Marcos “After San Antonio bad umed down and stopped construction on its first attempt at an alternative water supply, it was a good indication they were not concerned about the springs.” he said. WORD, county sheriff united on enforcement By JAMIE LEE CAMPBELL Staff Wrllar The Waler Oriented Recreation Distinct and Comal County Sheriff s Department have joined forces. "We’re offering more education and information to die visitors this year. The Sheriff’s Department will enforce trespassing and litter laws," said Belly Walls, administrator of WORD. Walls said WORD has budgeted $15,(XX) to augment law enforcement during die tourist season. Walls gave an example of die joint effort: "WORD bought die radios" for lakc-aiea patrols and “the Sheriffi Department upgraded the communi* cation system." WORD patrolmen will be able lo communicate with each other and with deputies. Law enforcement officers for WORD arc recruited through the Sheriffs Deaparunent. Walls said die reserve officers who "volunteer" for river puiiol receive a salary duough WORD. The four officers also receive special training. "We also have four courtesy pal rots. They do public relations and play a non-confrontational role. They can also act as eyes for (WORD law enforcement) officers. Walls said WORD has put up signs at six river entrances, wanting tourists against littering and trespassing Ordinances will he posted in the rental businesses that tourists frequent Comal County Sheriff Jack Bremer said drat "basically no glass containers on the river and no Styrofoam cups. “We have a contract with WORD.” "It takes committment to the issues,” said Walls summing up the team effort. "We want responsible people to use the river in a responsible way." "We all have to realize this is a tourist area." Sheriff Bremer concluded. "hut the Sheriff's Department will enforce die buss " San Antonio woman injured in accident near Canyon Lake By JAMIE LEE CAMPBEII SUM Writer CANYON LAKE A two car accident at about 5:30 p m Saturday ii ij ui ex! one per sol i Die mishap occulted oil I lighway Hk» neai Whitewater Spoil* "A 2H year old female was hr ought til widi minor injuries," said Barbara (iofl. house supervisor lur McKenna Memorial Hospital iii New Hiaunlcl) Department of Public Safety 'hooper Scott Haag identified the vie lim as Judy Wallace of San Antonio.    QIA “She had head injuries from hilling r IT STOP die windshield She was the passel! gee" "A Whitewall Spoils van was slopped wailing lo turn leu ohio the pio|h‘iIy on Uk» w fieri a Toyota hn the Uaiiei the van was pulling Hie trailer was tilled widi tonnes Gary Hudson of th* Big f biaxal Wing of th* Confeder alt* Arr Forces stops oft ai New Braunfels Municipal Airport lo refuel •Snoopy,’ a North American Afb built in Hie CAF flew a numoer of craft to New Braunfels from erie Randolph Air Force Base Air Show Saturday, gutting down traffic for the event (Photo by krik Karlsson) plan ^ent to the House of Representatives for approval. Sims will lose amie counties including, Midland. Ward, Wmkier Upton. Reeves, and Medina. Hie proposed plan for District 25 comprises counties thai blend well together. Sims aud. Tile [Hoople in Guadalupe (and Comal counties), even though they ire 5<X) miles a wav from Hudspeth County shev arc still basically censer vanve, agriculture-oriented people.’ Sims said Sims, who was first elected to he Senate in 1483. said be is excited about working with :hc people of Comal County. “We waul to work together and try to help the people of Comal County, ” fie said. He said the fact that be is a Democrat and Comal County 1* a predomi utniely Republican county should not Mise a problem, ricing apout 55 per ;au of his Ursina now is Republican. “I’m losing Midland and it's one of the more Republican uunues in the "The people in GilkU-lupe (and Comal counties), even though they are 300 miles away from Hudspeth County they are still basi-cally conservative, agriculture-oriented people/' Sen. Bill Sims said. state and they’ve 'Osseo resolutions on my behalf And the Republican Party from Midland has written and asked that I be retained, ’ he said Suns said be wo*k* well with both parties. "My giandmoihei was the only Republican in Concho County where I was raised We’ve never been parti san in any way our tuiuly hasn t. It’s kind of umque, bul we just never talked about politics. Eve always had the almude about like I do about somebody’s religion I mean that’s their busutes* what religion they want to be ... Whether you’re a Republican or Democrat you’re going to have to woik with ever ybody,” Suns said he continue) lo run tor office because of the people. “I’m here because of the people. Dial’s the only reason I evci rail I don’t have any desires lo go any turth -cr .. The only reason I ran is I just fell like somebody needed to repiesem agin.alture ... and the Hill Country ... and thai type of life." ;

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