New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 26, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 26, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas On the scene Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald-'faming wishes "happy birthday" today to Rosalie M. Rosales, Charlotte Foster, Eddie Murphy, Mrs. Lu/ Valdez, Leigh Ann Noah, Adrian Vidal, Janie Medrano, Yvette Molina, Janie Medrano, Hilda Achtcrbcrg, Gloria Castro, John Rubio and Daniel F. Castillcja. Bel alai birthday greetings lo Dcbbi McCaw, Patricia Villarreal, Michael Anthony Gill Jr., and Kyra Brandt. "Happy anniversary” today to Raul and Lupc Chapa, Loda and Peter Pctrosky, Dalyn and Ben Schricwcr, and Bobotie and Duane Williams. Belated anniversary wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Raul Rosales. 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. AAUW membership American Association of University Women members who have not yet renewed their membership for the 1991-92 year should try to do so by June 30 to be included in the initial AAUW branch and national membership list. All graduates of an accredited college or university arc urged to join. For more information call Joyce Henderson at 625-3629 or 625-6852. Air Force tour Randolph Air Force Base will offer citizens an opportunity to view its operation during a tour slated for June 28 at 9 a m. The first stop on the approximately two hour tour is the “Taj Mahal,” the base headquarters building, which includes a 700-seat movie theater and a 500,(HK) gallon water tank. Other features of the tour include a look at an aircraft main-tenancc hangar, the aircraft simulators and both flight lines. Visitors will sec the 12th Flying Training Wing’s aircraft, pilots and mechanics in action. Reservations arc required. Call 512/652-2305 or 652-4407. Soccer team The Crossfire Soccer Team will sponsor a garage sale and bake sale Saturday, June 29 from 9 a m. to 6 p.m. al the Weekend Fica Market located on Farm-to-Market 725. Discovery series Children can learn die answers to many questions in this week’s Discovery Series at the Children’s Museum in New Braunfels. Registration for morning workshops are from 9-9:30 a.m. Tuesday through Friday. Children from 6-12 years old are invited to participate in two classes each morning. (Parents pick up the youngsters at noon). This week’s classes will focus on bugs, stained glass, sewing applications, gingerbread making, popsiclc stick flags and watercolor painting. For more information call 620-0939, Park concerts The 7th Annual Concerts in the Park scries continue Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Lamia Park Dance Slab. The county group, Chris and Judy will perform until IO p.m. The concert is free. Blood drive First United Methodist Church of New Braunfels will sponsor a Se* STAMMTISCH, Pag* 2 Hie forecast continues hot and partly cloudy, with Inglis in the mid-90s, lows in die mid-70s, southeastern winds near IO mph and the chance for rain at about 20 percent. In New Braunfels Tuesday, the high was 91 degrees and the overnight low was 71. For more weather information, please see Page 2. Inside: CLASSIFIED......................13-15 COMICS....................................8 CROSSWORD..........................3 DEAR ABBY............................7 ENTERTAINMENT..................10 HOROSCOPE...........................• KALEIDOSCOPE...................8-7 SPORTS.............................11-12 TV LISTINGS................. | WEATHER................................2 ha fund drive for toe new Senors Center of Cornel County tow stands at $235,659, up {950 from Sunday. For a list >f the latest contributors, see >age 5. $150,000 New Braunfels Vol. 139, No. 157Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY / Home of Erwin Rusch J A ll r £ LLWednesdayJune 26, 1991 25 Cents One Section, 16 Pages $300 000 $75,000 Stammtisch Ten cliff jumpers arrested Good Day $225,000 Bg ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer The Comal County Sheriff’s Department made ten arrests for criminal trespass Saturday on the Prciss Heights cliffs, Chief Deputy Wayne Hohcrz said. The arrests came just hours after an Arlington man died after jumping from the cliffs. Officials are still awaiting autopsy results for Terry Scott Ake, 29, according to Justice of the Peace Harold Krueger’s office. The nine people arrested and charged with criminal trespass at the cliffs were: • Louis Lynn Robinson of Austin, 30. • Alicia Lynn Robinson of Austin, 30. • John Robert Butler Jr. of Houston, 22. • Ronald Max Triffct of Seguin, 34. • Joey Ray Nora/ of Austin, 20. • Richard Neil Massic of Spring, 20. • Stephen Rowdy Wright of Baytown, 22. • Cynthia Ann Paisley of Fort Worth, 31. • Deborah Kathleen Dingier of Houston, 30. • Virgil Edward Donncley of Humble, 27. All those arrested paid bonds of $3(X) and were released. “There arc signs all over the place up there,” Hohcrz said. The arca has a history of being deadly for cliff jumpers. Sign and fences have been in place but people continue to risk death and injury, Hohcrz said. Weekend drug suspects identified By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Hic men arrested in the Alamo Area Narcotics Task Force sweep of the Guadalupe River on Saturday have been identified. Arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, under two ounces were Ron Allen King of San Antonio, 30; Rockwell Lee King of Austin, 35; and David Lee Swafford of San Antonio, 29, Chief Deputy Wayne Hoher/. of the Comal County Sheriff’s Department said. The three marijuana suspects were released after each posted a $300 bond, officials said. Charged with possession of a con-trolled substance, psilocybin mushrooms, was Robert Glenn Spriggs of Austin, 37, who remains in the Comal County Jail in lieu of a $ 15,000 bond, officials said. "We will continue to have undercover officers stationed at various points along the river," Sumner Bowen, Alamo Area Narcotics Task Force project commander, said. “Not just on weekends but at various limes.’’ Singer Kelly Willis, center, catches the eyes of a pair of undercover police officers (portrayed by Christian Okonsky of Austin, left. and William Schiller of San Antonio) in a scene from her new music video Filming has been at New Braunfels' Fountain Motel. (Photo bv Annates Schlickenrieder) Fountain Motel fills bill By ROBERT STEWART Signwriter A country-western recording artist was in New Braunfels Monday and Tuesday filming a music video for her next single. Kelly Willis of Austin was filming a video at the Fountain Motel at Highway 81 and Loop 337 for her next single “The Hcan That Love Forget.” "The video will probably be out in mid-July on HMN, CMT and VU-1," Mark Lindquist, director of the video, said. TNN is the Nashville Network, CMT is Country Music Television andVH-1 is Video Hits-One “We chose this hotel because we were looking for a place with wood paneling, a U-shaped courtyard and a pool.” Lindquist said. “It’s hard to find wood paneling these days ” Lindquist is from Los Angeles while most of the crew is from Austin. He said that Willis came up with the idea for the video which is an adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock’s "Rear Window ” In it, two undercover cops are staking out some crooks in a room across the counyard. "I mistakenly get the room next to the police where they have pit in a two-way mirror, ’ Willis said. "They had expected the crooks to be in that room.” The police end up watching her in the next room and let the crooks get away. she said. Willis plays live in Austin at clubs like the Continental Club and the Hole In The Wall. Her band is known as “Kelly Willis and Radio Ranch.” Willis said that her new single has beer getting some airplay on KGSR 107 FM. which can be heard in New Braunfels. Places remain in July 4th parade By JANINE GREEN Managing Editor "We’re still getting calls from people who want to take part," said Welcome Home Troops Committee member Wilton Wamecke Jr. describing the growing list of participants in the Fourth of July Parade and Old-Fashioned Picnic just about a week away. The committee — headed by Cheryl Scott, Pam Ross and Wameck-e — organized the successful Support the Troops Rally in March. A variety of roles remains, War-necke said. Places in the parade lineup are available and sponsors are sought for booths and games during the post-parade afternoon of food and fun at the Comal County Fairgrounds On the Fourth of July, festivities will begin with the IO a.m. ringing of the bell atop the Comal County Courthouse as the Sophienburg Museum A Archives hosts its traditional Independence Day ceremony on Main Plaza with special speakers, patriotic music and a mini-parade At 11 a.m., the program moves into the hands of the Welcome Home Troops Committee, “After a Veterans of Foreign Wars color guard opens the parade," War-necke said, floats carrying service personnel home from Operation Desen Storm and other veterans or family members “will be the first to am vc in the plaza. * “Everyone who has a uniform should wear it," said organizer Scott, listing Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Little League teams as well as active and retired military personnel. "We'd like to see a lot of people dressed in red, white and blue, too,” said Ross. Observers are invited to fall in behind the floats and march to the fairgrounds, where the Old-Fashioned Picnic is scheduled from noon until 7:30 p.m. Entertainment will be provided throughout the day at the lair pavilion and a number of booths will be open to sell food and beverages. At 8 p.m., tree shuttle service from the fairgrounds back to Union Street will begin. Four buses will be available. Fireworks at Prince Solms Park again will be sponsored by the New Brauniels Jaycees. Donauons to the Fireworks Fund, established at Victoria Bank and Trust (formerly First Federal Savings and Loan) on Main Plaza, still are needed. "We’re asking everyone to put in one dollar for each person in their household,’’ said Jaycee Susan Koiath. Parade entry forms are available at 1545 Highway 81 East (Bexar Electric) or 133 Lamia Street (Ascot Travel). For more information or to list an area in which you'd like to participate. call Cheryl Scott at 629-0441 (leave message), Pain Ross at 625-7307 days or 629-7420 evenings or Wilton Wamecke Jr. at 629-2215 days or 620-1569 evcnuigs. New CED chooses CISD leadership "I think there will be a lot of ‘no’ votes on that one,” Robinette said. The board also decided to contract with the Comal Independent School District and the New Brauniels Independent School District to utilize their current tax collection procedures in collecting Comal County Educauon Dis mc i taxes. “The CED is basically an independent school district,” Abel Campos, CISD business manager said. “The only difference is that the CED has limited taxing authority. All laws thai apply to a school district apply to the CED.” Campos was referring to the fact that the CED must solicit bids and. in future years, contract for delinquent tax coliecuon just like a school district does. The CED board approved sohcila-uon of bids for a depository contract. This needs lo be done in a timely manner, Campos said. as a depository contract needs lo be approved before any funds can be collected by the CED and disui bu ted to the NHI SD and S«« CBD, Raga 2 By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer The Comal County Education District Board of Trustees held its First meeting Tuesday night and selected Comal Independent School District lo administer affairs of the CED. Trustee Jean Ward moved that Leroy Goodwin be nominated chairperson of the CED. Trustee Dick Robinette seconded the motion and Goodson was elected 3-0. Trustee Lee lkels then moved to nominate Dick Robinette lo be vice-chairperson. Ward seconded and die nomination passed 3-0. Jean Ward was elected secretary and Lee lkels was elected treasurer ‘That’s one thing about having four (members)," Goodson said. "All of us get to be some kind of officer .” The CED board ordered an elec tion for August IO for voters to vote on the following issues: • The exemption of 20 percent of the market value of the residence homestead from ad valorem taxation. • Hie exemplum of $10,000 of die market value of die residence home stead of an individual who is disabled Sworn in as trustees of th© newly formed Comal County Education District are, from left, Leroy Goodson, lee lkels. Jean Ward and Dick Robinette (Photo by Robert Stewart) and of $10,000 of the market value of die residence homestead of an mdivi-duat who is 65 or older from ad valorem taxation. • the taxauon of all tangible personal property, other than manufactured homes, thai is not held or used for the production of uicomc. Officials expect that the first two items, dealing with homestead exemptions, will be appioved while the third item, dealing with taxation of personal property like cars and boats probably will not. ;

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