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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 7, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas                                WEDNESDAY CENTS New Braunfels Herald 14 Pages in one section July Serving Comal County Home of Ronald W Sketton I Vol 141 No 163 INSIDE STAMMTISCH Birthday wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes Matt Pfannstiel Mary Rubio Scott Voges John Montanez Jason Farmer Albert Friesenhahn Jesse Dominquez Robin Con stance Ray Resales Hector Rivera Delia Rivera Happy Anniversary to HUmer and Nor ma Remmler FBC Canyon Lake Summershine set Summershine will be the theme for Vacation Bible School set for July 12 through 16 at First Baptist Church of Canyon Lake Activities and study are planned for children age three through sixth grade Featured will be Bible stories and study crafts and much more as the car nival theme Summershine fun continues through the week Gordon Hightower Pastor and Janet Curtis VBS extend to everyone an invitation Parents are welcome For further information call 9643457 Women in Business meeting scheduled Canyon Lake Women in Business will hold its next meet ing to 1 tomor row at the Woodlands Country Club in Canyon Lake Guest speaker will be Ken Stewart of the Small Business Adminstra tion Guests are welcome Please contact Pam Welch for reservations at 8993458 Symphony Guild memberships The New Braunfels Chapter of the MidTexas Symphony Guild urges everyone to support Mae stro Akira Endo and the sym phony in their 199394 Enchanting Member ships are available in two cate gories for active and for associate For more information call 6250221 or 6256411 Canoeing course preregistration The Parks and Recreation Department will be offering canoeing courses this summer Session II runs July 31 and Aug 1 Preregistration is required and will be taken at the parks office For more information call 629PARK Comal County ACS planning big gala The American Cancer Society is planning their biggest fundraising event of the season Reservations for the Starlight Gala scheduled for Aug 13 are now being accepted The public is invited and monies raised from the event will be used to assist cancer patients in Comal County For more information call 6295717 The New Braunfels HerddZeitung Invites Us readers to submit items to Stammtteh Accenting to the Sophlenburg Archives and members of the German community represents asit fag place for members cfthe community to gather and share the days happenings We invite you to share with Goodbread hearing rescheduled By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer New Braunfels city council mem bers and area residents will have to wait until Monday to find out whether or not council member James Good bread can take his seat as a holdover candidate as an atlarge council mem A hearing was held Thursday to determine Goodbreads eligibility as a holdover council member However the judge delayed making a decision until Monday morning Both attorneys are being allowed time to submit briefs to the judge explaining their positions Judge James Myers who heard the case determined the main issue at question is whether or not a identifiable position exists in which Goodbread can act as holdover Bremer and Benitezs attorney Ken Brazle argued because Goodbread is an atlarge candidate there is not an iden tifiable position for a holdover candi date Witnesses in the hearing included city attorney Barry Moore and council members Butch Benitez and Dan Bre mer Benitez told the court the reason he has questioned Goodbreads eligibility is because Goodbread is not only the candidate whose overall eligibility is being questioned but also the possible holdover candidate He said he would not have a problem if these were dif ferent people There is no other council member involved If the judge say he can sit in as a holdover so be said Benitez Benitez said he prefers Goodbread not be allowed to sit in as a holdover until the larger lawsuit questioning Goodbreads eligibility to sit on the councifat all is settled Bremer testified he was only inter ested in finding out if Goodbread was qualified and had nothing against the man himself Bremer said the city could suffer harm if Goodbread were allowed to sit on the council now and was later found to be ineligible One citizen has already challenged the he said The potential harm is Moore testified the council had can vassed and approved both the election for the term limitation amendment and Goodbreads seat Canyon Lake man still missing ByJENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer Comal County sheriffs deputies arc continuing to investigation to search for a man who may have drowned in Canyon Lake on Saturday Gregory Roland Samsel of West Palm Beach was at Comal Park with friends this weekend and was reported missing said deputies He was last seen at 9 Saturday Efforts to find the man will contin ue today Deputies stopped their diving search Monday at approximately 4 Bre mer said divers checked ledges around the lake Monday He added that efforts to do more extensive diving were difficult because trout lines made it difficult for divers to see According to reports deputies have no witnesses who can say Samsel actu ally entered the water Nobody will swear the guy went into the water We dont know exact ly what were looking said Bre mer According to deputies police will now watch the surface of the water for Samsels body Deputies say Samsel and his girl friend were staying at the park and had left to go to San Antonio shortly after Samsel allegedly went into the water Reports show the group spent the night at the park and did not call to report Samsel missing until 9 aim Sunday Davis is new advertising director From staff reports Paul Davis has been named Adver tising Director for the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung The announcement was made by David Sullens Publisher of the Herald Zeitung Davis comes to the HeraldZeitung from the San Antonio Light where he was in charge of that newspapers Alternate Delivery Program Davis has more than 17 years news paper experience both at the commu nity level and at a major metro daily newspaper Davis joined the Herald Newspaper Group in Universal City in August 1976 after a 22year career in the Air Force At the Herald Newspaper Group after beginning his newspaper career as an advertising sales repre sentative he served as circulation man ager public relations director adver tising director general manager and publisher Davis joined the San Antonio Light in December of 1989 where he was instrumental in developing and imple Rompel named to Herald Zeitung editorial staff From staff reports Paul Davis menting the Alternate Delivery Pro gram for that newspaper Davis is active in several civic orga nizations that include Past President and current director of the Randolph Field Area Rotary Club He is also a past chairman of the board for the Randolph Metrocom Chamber of Commerce Davis is married to the former Eliz abethLouise Foster of Molokai Hawaii They have six children and eight grandchildren Jennifer Rompel is the newest mem ber of the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung editorial staff and her philoso phy about journalism mirrors the news papers focus on local news Her addition to the staff was announced last week by Managing Editor Mark Lyon I think when you work in a small town its important to remember that youre a part of the community and youre there to serve the said Rompel I think you should always have you dont its time to find another job People need to know you Rompel comes to the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung from the McKinney CourierGazette where she spent a year and a half as the county reporter Her beat included Commissioneis Court the Sheriffs Office District Attorney and District Courts and social services agencies One of my favorite assignments was covering three of the Krissi Lynn Caldwell said Rompel I was able to interview Robert Anthony Gon zalez her high school boyfriend and codefendant Rompel graduated from Stephen F Austin State University Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Journalism and English with a minor in Art Her experience also includes working as a reporter copy editor and editor of the Pine Log student newspaper and serv ing an internship with the News and Information Office at the university Im excited to have someone with Jennifers ability working for the Her said Managing Editor Mark Lyon She is seasoned aggres sive and has a great knowledge of her job Were glad to have her Rompel also wrote for the alumni magazine and was a general assign ment reporter at the Saginaw Times Record during summers and vacations from school She was recognized for her professional skills when her articles were included in the National College Newspaper and she was awarded first place for her front page layout third place for her photo page layout and honorable mention for her spot news story by the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Jennifer Rompel Im happy to be in New Braun Rompel said Im going to make my home here so I wont be a short timer I would appreciate any story ideas and helpful information from the Rompel is a newlywed the wife of Alan Rompel Jr who works with his father at the family business New Braunfels Feed and Supply where she said you can buy everything Worldclass athletes coming to test local waters By ROBERT STEWART Special to the The Olympic Festival with events sched uled at Canyon Lake and the Guadalupe River is set to be held July 23 according to Billy Dees area venue manager for the lake and river Well be holding at the lake sailing competi tion men and rowing men and canoekayaking sprints men and he said Guadalupe River Whitewater events which are free to the public will be held at Lazy Campground provided we have he said Were looking at about 350 athletes and some where in the neighborhood of 600700 volunteers and weVe already sold over tickets The only two sports that you can purchase a ticket to OLYMPIC FESTIVAL July aAug 1 are at the lake and that is for the rowing and the All other events are free including Whitewater events and sailing Were expecting to have paid spectators coming up to watch at the he added The event on the river consists of 25 gates that the athletes must maneuver their craft through downstream and then upstream The races are electronically timed The Olympic Festival is a training event for American athletes preparing for the next Olympics We really dont have any foreign countries involved even though there are rumors that there may be some Canadians and some from Dees said They divide the country up into four regions and each one has their coaches They come here they practice they train and hopefully they will make it to the Olympics in 1996 in Atlanta There is a good strong possibility that a lot of the athletes you see here in San Antonio and here at the lake you will also see in the 96 A good flow for the Whitewater event is 650 950 cubic feet per second Dees said negotia tions have been taking place with the Blanco River Authority and Corps of Engineers regaiding river flow The base of operations on the lake will be in Hancock at Canyon Lake Marina and Canyon Park The Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce will be in charge of concession stands and the VIP tent Overall theyre expecting somewhere in the neighborhood of a half millions Dees said expecting somewhere in the neigh borhood of million new dollars to be gener ated off this event Were looking at bringing in possibly people They didnt have people at the last Olympics to watch rowing So were proud about For news subscription or advertising information call 6259144   

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