New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 4, 1995, Page 2

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October 04, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 4, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 o HerakJ-Zeitung 3 Wednesday, October 4,1995 Canyon Lake Fire Dept. practices wilderness rescueObituary By DAVID DE KUNDER Staff Writer The Canyon Lake Arca Volunteer Fire Department had a dress rehearsal for its wilderness rescue competition on Saturday. Thirteen members of the Canyon Lake Area Volunteer Fire Department practiced a wilderness rescue near Fire Chief Les Wyatt's house. This weekend, the fire department will participate in a wilderness rescue competition at Gamer State Park near Concan on Friday and Saturday. “What we are doing at this demonstration is going over the proper safety techniques for doing a search and rescue mission,” Fireman Harrel Scott said. The rescue was set in a wooded area near a small stream. The rescuers gathered at a small gazebo to make their final preparations for the rescue. The volunteer department rescuers put their equipment on and received final instructions from Wyatt before they headed out. The firemen are equipped with the best equipment provided by the fire department. Scott said that each fireman has about $1000 worth of equipment. When everybody was ready to go, the rescuers were separated into three groups. The first group was headed by Chief Wyatt. The task of this group was to find an area in which the “victim,” Jennifer Wyatt, Chief Wyatt’s daughter, could be located. The group found their location: a small ditch on a side of a wooded hill. Jane Hill, Canyon Lake EMS administrator and Robin Scott, Harrel’s wife and a judge for the rescue demonstration, gave last minute instructions to Jennifer on how a “victim” should act when she was found by her rescuers. Once Jennifer was laid down, she began to “cry” for help. The second group was composed of scouts. The job of the scouts was to advise the rigors, the rescuers who rigged the stretcher for the victim, to find a “safe, expedient manner” to rescue the victim, Scott said. Scott said the purpose of any rescue is to find the victim and transport them as safely as possible without hurting them any further.Charles K. Robinson Charles K. Robinson, age 87, died Monday, Oct. 2, 1995, at Beauregard Memorial Hospital in DeRidder, Louisiana. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4 at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel, with interment at Sunset Memorial Park in San Anto nio. tuneful NBISD moves to buy land By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer The board of trustees for the New Braunfels Independent School District voted, Tuesday night, to enter into an earnest money contract for the purchase of land, which is expected to be needed in the future to deal with growth in the district. NBISD Superintendent Charles Bradberry said the board has been looking at the Franz E. Coreth family ranch, near the intersection of Highway 46 and Loop 337 for a while, and has decided that it is time to enter into an earnest money contract with the family. Bradberry told the board the purchase of I OO acres of land would cost about $513,000. Bradberry asked the board to approve an earnest money contract for $5,000. The contract would give the district 30 days to conduct a feasibility study on the land to determine if the district should proceed with the purchase of it. He said that if it is a feasible school site, the land will be bought. If the study finds it is not feasible, the district can get its money back. “We can get the money back based on something we found in the study to preclude us from building a school at that site,” said Bradberry. Bradberry said the land is not needed for a school at the current time. However, he said the district is looking towards the future. There is no longer space at the high school to expand, and additional land will be needed as the student population continues to grow. “We think it’s real smart to have land before ifs needed, and before the land around it is developed and becomes expensive,” he said. Bradberry said the cost of building an additional high school would be too great, and it would be more feasible for the site to be a campus for ninth and tenth graders. He said it would likely not have spectator fields, however, it would have several practice fields. Bradberry also added that the site is ideal because it is near the current high school. He said this is advantageous because resources, including teachers, can be shared. “Ideally, we would like to share teachers between campuses. Having land available close to the existing high school to build on makes this possible,” he said. “It is the most level piece of property out there. Long term, it could be a very nice school site that’s close to the high school.” In other business, the board approved two change orders for construction work on New Braunfels High School. The changes, which included changing a heating water pump, leveling the second story floor, and changing toilet partitions totaled $ 15,649.74. Lonnie Curtis, Assistant Superintendent of Finance, said the changes would be paid out of the Construction Contingency Allowance, and would not add to the cost of the contract. He also added that this will leave a little* over $4,000 in the contingency allowance.    , Easter Seals donation The New Braunfels office of Century 21 Action Realty recently presented $2,354.80 to the Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center in San Antonio. Most of the money was raised at a nine-pin bowling tournament last month. Pictured are Esther Boarnet, Lou Mangold, Judy Smith, Crystal Yates, Michael Ann Tengler and Ron Hrncir. 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