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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 15, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas                                TUESDA Expos take Pee Wee League Championship See Sports 50 CENTS New Braunfels HeraldZeit 10 Pages in one section June Serving Comal County Home of Roy Hargrove Y I TX 148 Water Best Wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung sends birthday wishes to George and Belinda Bazan Art League meeting today Sherry Tomko of New Braun fels will give an enlightening exam ining the functions of art at the next New Braunfels Art League set for today at 7 in the Arts Tomko will discuss art thera py as well as using the symbolo gy of art as a healing She currently works for Hos pice New Braunfels assisting patients and family Child pare training program A child care training confer ence designed for individuals who work with preschool chil dren is scheduled for June 26 at Lone Star Primary School in New The conference is sponsored by the Texas Agricultural Extension Preregis tration fee is and the cost of Forms are available in the extension service office at 132 Water Lane or call 625 Fountain WalkA Thbn A walk to save the fountain is planned for Sunday June 27 at The sixmile walk through the parks and historic neighborhoods will begin at the Hummel Muse and all proceeds from partic ipants sponsors will go toward restoring the 100yearold foun teams and chal lenges are welcome and add to the Pledge sheets and entry forms are available at Johnson 283 or Vol 339 Main Call 6255321 for more infor Vacation Bible School Hosanna Baptist Churchs Vacation Bible School begins June 21 through June Class es will be held at 525 Mather from 6 to 8 For more information call Coyote Flats try outs set Coyote Flats in Saltier is hav ing tryouts for its summer swim Swimmers can be from age 6 to the mastrers level and can reside anywhere in the New Canyon Sattler Practices will be Monday through Friday from 1 to 2 at Coyote For more information call The New Braunfels HeraUZettung Invites its readers to submit items to According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German Stammtisch represents a sitting place for members of a community to gather and share the days happen We Invite you to share with Goodbread watches from audience Injunction keeps councilmember from participating By GARY CARROLL Editor The New Braunfels City Council got back on track Monday night in the New Braunfels Civic Center and while council members Dan Butch Benitez and Jan Kennady stayed in their seats this Councilman James Goodbread watched the pro ceedings from the Earlier in the Ken attor ney for Councilman Butch and most recently Dan filed an injunction against Goodbread taking his seat as a holdover injunction that was OKd in a Comal County court by Judge Hammond fromBumeL Hammond was appoint ed by Judge Schraub who issued the order prohibit ing Goodbread from taking the oath for his fourth but did not address the issue of Goodbread serving as a holdover When Goodbread took his council seat on May 24 as a holdover candi Bremer walked out of the meet ing followed by Kennady and Ben The three protested Goodbread serving on council following Schraubs restraining A hearing to determine Goodbreads status is scheduled to go before Judge Hammond at 10 June in the Comal County Brazle said his clients main Rudy Seidel elected new concern was that any business con ducted with Goodbread on if it is determined that he in fact is not a qualified could be nullified in the They are concerned that city busi ness would somehow be undone if he Brazle This is only a tem porary injunction request while the other trial is being Counsel for Atanacio deffered comment to Good bread who said he would just have to wait and see how Hammond decided on Goodbread did say that if Hammond denied Brazles petition for a tempo rary restraining order he would indeed retake his seat at the next council Numerous New Braunfelsers spoke out in support of Goodbread and repeated shots were fired at the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce over its alleged involvement in an attmept to prevent Goodbread from taking while others chastised Benitez over his recent behavior and involvement in the paidvacationforattendance plan with Bluebonnet Council remains split on who should serve as protern By GARY CARROLL Editor The City of New Braunfels went from having a mayor protern and no to having a mayor and no may or protern during Monday nights reg ular city council meeting in the New Braunfels Civic Center before a crowd of several hundred By a the council elected Councilman Rudy Seidel but were split on who should serve in the protern After the nomination of Paul Butch Benitez and Jan Kennady for the position resulted in a the council decided to table the issue and continue with regular council business something that has not happened since the middle of During the course of the meeting the council caught up on a backlog of appointments and resignations before addressing the proposed million budget for the 199394 fiscal year which it approved unani The council approved also an ordi nance that would reinstate the the 30 miles per hour speed limit on Com mon Street between Union and Loop The council had raised the speed limit to 35 mph with an emergency ordinance and only after the residents of the area expressed their concerns over the safety of homeowners in the area did the council put the issue back on the Residents of the Common Street area said that drivers constantly speed through the neighborhood and that by raising the speed limit the council had created a more dangerous situation in the One resident said that she has seen cars speed through the neigh borhood at speeds of up to 50 and if the council should be looking at ways to reduce the speed increase it Residents of the area said they were happy the council voted to reduce the speed and agreed that it was worth the wait but the fight to reduce speeds on Common is not Weve asked the police chief to be vigilant in enforcing the speed limit especially during the summer said Common Street area resident Fran We have also suggested the possibility of a workshop with the chief and the city manager to address other problems were having on such as the tuber pickup companies driving through the neighborhood at high rates of Area resident Martie Rodriguez said she was pleasantly surprised at the cooperation she received from several of the council members once the prob lem was brought and was pleased at the help she got from the council knew nothing of it and when we finally came to the coun cil with our James Good bread and Paul Fraser were more HeraldZeitung photos by JOHN HUSETH Top photo Councilmember James Goodbread receives a standing ovation during Monday nights Above photo Rudy Seidel was elected mayor by a 42 than willing to work with us on Rodriguez I think finally once everybody sat down and thought about it they knew that it was the right thing to Its a good feeling to know that the system can Its time to grow up Canyon Lake EMS Director says community must decide to provide funds or not By ROSE MARIE HASH Staff Writer John medical director for the Canyon Lake Emergency Medical says problems existing with Canyon Lake Emergency Medical Ser vices is a problem experienced by other volunteer ser vices that are similar in Without having the funding to support at least a partiallypaid care may not be said It is necessary to have mature people in leadership and staff positions to pro vide authority and a sense of purpose that is felt throughout the I applaud the volunteers who give their and concerns to those in he They have been the backbone of prehospital care since the emergency medical service graduated from injured people being brought to the emergency room in the back of pickup the fields of emergency medicine and emergency medical service have grown and it is time for the community of Canyon Lake and Canyon Lake EMS to Flanagan said that New Braunfels has one of the finest motivated and equipped emergency medical services in Texas a paid He said he believes the community of Canyon Lake deserves no With a paid EMS chief paramedic and a core of employed supported with accountability and responsibility will be established for Advanced Life Advanced Life Support saves Flanagan The choice for the community of Canyon Lake is to provide the funds to grow or not to Currently all EMS efforts are voluntary and the limited resources may not be providing the level of care citizens and tourists According to Stephen Senior EMS Program Specialist with the Texas Department of the Canyon Lake EMS currently is licensed for basic life support with advanced life support capability when ALS qualified personnel are avail Canyon Lake had received a license to provide mobile intensive care capability which allowed them to provide MICU care during times when a paramedic was said In February all of their paramedics resigned so we required them to downgrade their license to basic life support with ALS From that point to now they have not carried a cardiac monitor nor any cardiac drugs according to our They should have IVs and advanced airway man agement equipment on board and be able to pro vide ALS care when they have ALS certified per sonnel Hannemann As far as we know they now have one certified paramedic in their organization but they have not opted to upgrade to MICU capability at this According to Comal County lies in Public Health Region 6 of the Texas Department of the primary regulatory authority for EMS According to their Canyon Lake has one vehicle with BLS capability and three with ALS TDH records also indicate that Canyon Lake has several ALS EMTIntermediate certified personnel who could provide ALS care when they are on Personnel lists are required only at licensing times every two years unless a group upgrades its service The last personnel list available from his office is dated County court special session scheduled for Wednesday Comal County Commissioners will meet in a special of Commissioners Court at ita June to discuss county permits and subdivision The replar session will begin at 9 on June iti H workshop session for status reports from Veterans Affairs and the county The portion of the ses SikJo include the foltowijig agenda items V Authorization for the District Clerk to hire a foil time Deputy Authorization to request bids for wflwcWIng of Lands For or advertising call 6259144   

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