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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 20, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                Lance Berkman adds to his stellar 1995 season S fie Hummel Museum Inside Sports Stammtisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following Dirthday wishes to Nathan Klabunde Elvie Renfroe Stephen Kennemer Emil G Helmcamp 77 Dwayne Jonas Mil ton Erben and Mildred Hoffmann Happy first anniversary to Douglas and Casey Brandt Satur happy 23rd anniver sary to Floyd and Lenora Hutson and happy 23rd anniversary to Rudy and Ann Juarez Al Barlow and Friends play free Al Barlow and Friends will perform the free Concert in the Park Thursday Aug 24 The concert starts at at the dance slab in Landa Park Bring lawn chairs but no glass contain ers allowed Register your well Well owners in the bound aries of the Edwards Under ground Water District can pick up registration forms Monday through Friday from 8 to at the Comal County Tax AssessorCollec tor office 150 N Seguin Suite 101 New Braunfels County well owners will be required to register their wells with the EUWD effective Aug 22 Bowling league fall season starts The Ladies Monday After noon Bowling League will begin its fall season Monday Aug 21 Any ladies interested in bowling in the league can call Maxine Reininger at 625 3674 or Agnes Lehmann at 6255391 Dance class registration Register now for classes at New Braunfels Dance Studio Ages 3 through adults Call 6259892 Or enroll at the studio 1117 N Walnut Aug 23 or 24 from to Family and multiple lesson discounts Ballet toe tap jazz acrobatics and tum bling Community Chorale rehearsals The New Braunfels Commu nity Chorale begins rehearsals for the new season Tuesday Aug 22 at 7 downstairs in the Friendship Room at Eden Home Come and bring a friend The concert will be Sun day Oct 15 For information call Fred Frueholz at 6256420 Model train show New Braunfels Summer Mod el Train Show will be held from 9 to Aug 26 at the New Braunfels Civic Center 380 S Seguin Admission is for adults and for under 18 Under five free Railroad art date nails model trains oper ating layouts building kits and supplies memorabilia books tools Call 9352517 for infor mation The winning numbers Lotto Texas Triple threat Cougar threesome provides offensive punch See Page 6A County budget A comprehensive guide to the proposed Comal County 1996 budget gives you all the nunv bers See special section inside this paper EL On New Braunfels Police Department puts police on bicycles and likes the results See Page IB Est million jackpot LOTTERY New Braunfels Herald SUNDAY 44 Pages in four sections Sunday August Serving Comal County for more than 143 years Home of NATHAN KLABUNDE Vol 143 No 191 Plans for public transit move ahead By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer The push for a public transit system in New Braunfels has not died down In fact it may be making headway Main Street Director Karen Crandall is part of a committee trying to bring the system to New Braunfels She said the committee is still working hard at developing plans for a public transit system that would provide bus service in town Crandall said the committee has been presented with an opportunity to have a one year trial program virtually To turn this program away when can get it virtually free for one year would be Karen Crandall for free if we have all our ducks in a She said the Alamo Area Coun cil of Governments AACOG has agreed to provide the vehicles and pay for operations costs Crandall said the local responsibilities will include deter mining routes posting signs and mar keting it to the public To turn this program away when we can get it virtually free for one year would be she said Crandall said the committee will probably soon be going to the city council to discuss a possible expan sion grant which would pay for the majority of the costs associated with the program Most grants are a onetime shot This one lasts throughout the she said Jim Scheele Director of Con vention and Visitor Bureau for the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce said he thinks a public tran sit system is a good idea We have a lot of people come to town and to have a system to help get them around would definitely be ben he said Crandall said AACOG has request ed that all the paperwork and infor mation be ready by Oct 15 She said they still have several things to work out and that doesnt leave a lot of time Crandall said the committee will be holding a meeting at on Thursday at City Hall to discuss the plans in further detail She said the meeting is open to the public A lot of letters from the community have been received voicing support for the system She said support is always welcome and in the near future the committee will be going to both the city council and the committee asking for support People wanting to offer support for the system can contact Crandall at 424 S Castell Avenue New Braunfels Texas 78130 Inman removed as WORD spokesman Move is not a gag order board member says By DAVID DE KUNDER Staff Writer Because of the comments he made in a newspaper article last week that angered business owners and outfitters along the Guadalupe River Water Oriented Recre ation District General Manager Jim Inman will the a WORD board member said on Friday This is not any type of gag order on Mr WORD member Bill Mayo said We are taking some of the responsibility off of Mr Inman so that he can concentrate on his other duties for Mayo said that he WORD President Guy Anderson and WORD member Zero Rivers will handle the publicity part of the agency and will issue statements to both the media and the public In an article that appeared in a San Anto nio paper Inman said the river levels were low and that the outfitters were taking their boats off the river In a followup story the next day Inman said that rafts that are on the river during low levels can be exposed to rocks which can damage them Inmans comments angered Bridget McDougall owner of Scenic River Prop erties McDougall made her displeasure known about the remarks at the WORD meeting on Wednesday In a letter to WORD members McDougall said that Inmans remarks hurt her business and that many of her customers have cancelled their reservations for the rest of the season She also called for Inmans resignation at the meeting It is a wait and see McDougall said when she was notified that the three would handle for the recreation district I know that Bill Mayo has our best interests at heart so we will wait and Mayo defended the work that Inman has done for WORD He said that Inman has been unfairly criticized and picked on by a few people Well Mr Inman has more than paid for his Mayo said He is a super employee who has done a lot of good work I know it Inmans comments was a monumental mistake for the outfitters But I believe there was no malice behind it from Mayo said the district has considered hiring a parttime public relations person for some time Mayo said the proposal came up long before the controversy began and that the public relations would go onto college campuses and recruit potential WORD employees Biker injured HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Charles Bernler was airlifted to University Hospital In San Antonio after he crashed his motorcycle Friday He was driving his Honda GoldWing east on Highway 306 near Hancock Road at about 2 Friday when according to witnesses he failed to negotiate a turn and went off the road over a drainage ditch and crashed into a cement wall He underwent surgery and was in critical condition at last report Sisters in Suffrage New Braunfels observed the 75th anniversary of womens right to vote yesterday with a celebration on the Pitta Above Patty Scheel taKes part in the parade Top right Pana Overstreet and Jennifer Simpson get ready for their parts in a skit Right Susan Bartos sings by MICHAEL DARNALt NBHS students can switch schools free By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer For the first year in the history ol public education students in lowper forming schools have an option of receiving a public education grant to transfer to another school However officials from the New Braunfels Independent School District which the state has labeled low do not believe this will have an effect on the districts enrollment The has estab lished a public education grant PEG that averages about to allow a child assigned to a lowper forming school the opportunity to transfer to another school even if it means transferring out of the district The district of residence simply for wards the money to the receiving dis trict The district a parent chooses to send the child to cannot charge tuition in addition to the grant and it cannot charge more than the districts average expenditure per student With all the attention being given to homerule and charters public school choice is a change that impacts far more students and needs to be brought to the attention of said Jeff Judson President of the Texas Public Policy Foundation 1 am pleased that the legislators have chosen to empower parents over low performing government bureaucra cy New Braunfels High School in the New Braunfels Independent School District and Jack C Hays High School in the Hays Consolidated ISO were both rated as lowperforming due to the dropout rate of minority students NBISD Superintendent Charles Bradberry said he second definition of eligibility is currently applicable to the high school However he does not believe the grants will effect enroll ment Anybody wanting to transfer prob ably would have done it by he said Its kind of a moot question We dont see it impacting anyone any He said another reason he believes the enrollment will not be effected is because the district does not receive requests to transfer out Rather they are turning away about five students a day who wan to transfer into New Braunfels We have the opposite problem of people wanting to transfer into the district and being told said Brad berry Owners must be held accountable when their dogs go hunting sheep See Page 4A   

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