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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 3, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas local high school foasefoaff f earns Jose See Sports Page 6 ISO The Mergele House 708 W Mill 20 pages in one section Tuesday April NewBraunfels 1 Herald 410 M016 SOWEST MICROPUBLI8HINO 2627 E YANDELL 187 EL PASO Serving Comal County and surrounding areas for more than 144 year si Home of NITA AND HMM AN VIHIQ Vol 144 No 102 Inside Stammtisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends birthday wishes to Elvia Orduna 17 Clarissa Garcia Claro Garcia Benny Aguirre James San Miguel Kate Mendenhall 12 and Anna Fell Happy 50th anniversary to Nita and Herman Viebig To have a birthday or anniver sary listed here call 6259144 Pollen Count Mold Hackberry Pollen measured in parts per cubic meter of air Readings taken yesterday Information provided by Dr Frank River Information Coma cubic feet per sec ond same as yesterday Edwards Aquifer Panther Canyon Well feet above sea level down 02 Chamber mixer tomorrow The Greater New Braunfels rharphpr of Commerce Busi ness After Hours mixer that was cancelled March 27 will be held tomorrow at 5 at Sundance Golf Course Garden club reschedules meeting The Comal Garden Club will not have its usyaj etiflg April the club Will meet April 18 to travel te Predricksburg to tour an Herb farm Members will meet at the Oaks Shopping Center al 9 April 18 Hermann Sons meet Members of the Hermann Sons Albert Kypfer Lodge are reminded of the meeting and social on Friday April 5 at 7 Lodge will fur nish ham and members bring a covered dish The Easter Bunny wil bring Easter eggs for the children Family Choice TV Day If you want better television programming for children and families make a pledge to tune out violence on April 5 Join the Texas Association for Family and Community Edu cations Family Choice TV campaign by calling toll free 1888335TFCE and request ing your name be added to the FCE pledge sheet Friends off the Library to meet Friends of the Library will meet Saturday April 6 at Dit tlinger Memorial Library at 10 Public invited Members will meet to sort the donated books on Tues day April 9 at 8 at the new sorting location Rural School Reunion The 31st Annual Rural School Reunion celebration will be held Sunday April 14 at the Knights of Columbus Hall 111 Landa Street Exstu dents and friends are invited to attend Registration and fel lowship from 1 to 2 Dance to live music from Tom mie Vanek 2 to 6 BYOB refreshments avail able Cat show this weekend Mission City Cat Show will be at the New Braunfels Civic Center 9 to 5 April 6 and 7 Adults seniors children 6 to 12 trout rules cause By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer Proposed fishing regulations by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for the Guadalupe River have some landowners and fishermen concerned The regulations proposed by the Parks and Wildlife Department are pro posed to help support and develop a trout hatchery along the Guadalupe River The proposed regulations are supported by Trout Unlimited a group of trout fishermen based in Austin who have a chapter in the New Braunfels area The proposed regulations would cover 10 miles of the Guadalupe Riv er from the second bridge on Highway 306 and the Second Crossing on River Road Only artificial lures would be allowed for all fish no natural baits cheese com worms insects cray TWO opposing philosophies of river ex Trout must have a minimum length of 16 inches to be kept and a bag limit of three fish per day will be instituted Trout Unlimited members argue the rules will allow trout to grow larger and have more successful spawns lead ing to a larger healthier trout popula tion in the river Studies have shown that trout tend to swallow natural baits deeper causing more of them to die when released John Weber a fisherman and prop erty owner along River Road believes the restriction prohibiting artificial lures will infringe on the rights of bait fish erman who have been fishing with on proper use to square off at hearing natural baits for generations People are disturbed and frightened that something can be taken away from Weber said And they dont know what to do about Weber is encouraging concerned fishermen and landowners to attend a public hearing on the proposed regu lations which will be held at the Comal County Courthouse Annex on next Wednesday April 10 Weber said he has no animosity toward trout fishermen since he has friends who are members of TU But he believes the proposed rules would be hard to enforce Weber has been busy writing letters and contacting officials from and local officials about his concerns over the proposed regulations He said no matter what the public says in the hearings he believes has already made up its mind on the pro posed regulations has pretty much said its mind has been made up on the regu Weber said Not so says Ken Kurzawski staff support specialist for the inland fish eries division of Kurzawski said a lot has to be done before the proposed regulations are a done deal In most cases the district offices prepares the proposals then we have staff meetings and regional Kurzawski said In January we pre sented the proposals during the regular meeting of We needed their approval and authority to jiold the public hearings When everyone tells their concerns on public record at the we will then present that to the commission at a regular meeting in May They will then make their decision based on Kurzawski said his staff carefully weighed the considerations natural bait fisherman had with the regulations and the benefits of developing a trout hatch ery on the Guadalupe River I want to give us the oppor tunity to let us resolve Weber said I think the big issue for people is not to back off and say that this is a done Fine Music Close to Home HeraldZeitung photos by MICHAEL DARNAU The MidTexas Symphony performed two shows for more than area students yesterday at the New Braunfels Civic Center The symphony also performed the concert Sunday in Seguin at Jackson Auditorium At top guest pianist Laura Spitzer per forms for the children Spitzer has toured with the Austrian Ensemble for New Music and earned her masters degree with Leon Fleisher at the Peabody Institute Using a grant from the Nevada State Council on the Arts and the Nevada Humanities Committee she is touring communities and schools throughout the country with her Steinway piano in tow At left a violinist demonstrates the sound of the instrument for the students AIDS hitting high schools Casteeltold By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer Comal County is not immune to Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome cases have already been reported at area high schools RoLcii Konkel said at an informal meeting with County Judge Carter Casteel yesterday Konkel represents Region 8 on the Texas Department of Health Community Planning and Prevention Coalition We make recommendations on how the state should spend its rnoney in rural ireas to prevent tHe spread oi Currently when a Comal County resident tests positive for the HIV virus at the Comal County Health Department the patient is referred to San Antonio for counseling and treatment Konkel said He is part of a grassroots group that offers HIV counseling and education when requested I know that there are people here who are sick and need Konkel said Ive ordered materials from the Centers for Disease Control and he said They include a range of printed materials for all age groups and a videotape of the Ryan White story he said A few teachers and an elementary student doing a report contacted Konkel for informa tion he said I was on the phone with a teacher for hours I worked with the student and her mother to make sure the information I was giving her was OK with the parent and at the appropri ate age Hospice New Braunfels offers an HIV sup port group said Dana Overstreet of Hospice Anyone who is interested can call she said New strides are made daily in the treatment of HIV Konkel said Contracting the virus no longer is an automatic death sentence Thats only one of the misconceptions about the disease that only community education can remedy he said What 1 want as a parent is for people not to have to say I got it from this or said Becca Yates whose daughter has the HIV virus Its a disease It doesnt have anything to do with your You just have to work hard to change atti Casteel said Push on to name school for Rahe By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer The board of trustees for the Comal Independent School Independent School District will consider renaming the Bulverde Primary School at its next meeting after several patrons appeared before the board at last weeks meeting LaVerne Welborn told the board that the Rahe family deserved more recognition than simply a wing named after them She gave the history of the familys teaching record in the county and said there was over 238 years of teaching experience in one family spanning the entire 20th century Its so unique I dont think youll ever see it achieved she said Each one contributed so much to the Welborn said there is a lot of support for naming a school after the Rahe family In a letter by former CISD superintendent William Sevier he said the Rahe family always reflected the very finest levels of honesty integrity dedication loyalty and perhaps best of all they loved Its not a coincidence that the Rahe name was recommended for every new school being built in the said Welborn Welborn recommended changing the name of Bul verde Primary to Rahe Elementary to make visible that the school was dedicated to Ernst Rahe at his retirement in after 35 years of teaching in the Bulverde area The name would also recognize the other members of the Rahe family who taught in the Bulverde area I think you would be able to instill in the students of tomorrow the same sense of pride as the students of the said Sevier The board agreed to place the item on the agenda for April 15 for further discussion and possible action Chamber of Commerce seeking Small Business Person of 1996 As a part of the Small Business Week observance June 2 to 8 the Small Business Council of the Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for the Small Business Person of This person will be selected for his accomplishments in business and contributions to the Community According to Kenny Franklin chair of the Small Business Week committee Small Business Week is observed nationally and is designated to highlight small business in the community and call attention to the importance of small business in New Franklin also explained that the awarding of this coveted award is a high point of the weeks activities Honorees of this award in previous years are Mary Jane Nalley of Gruene Marion Ben son of The Collection Bob Schima of Henne Hardware Cash arid Dennis Hermes of Cen tex Office Center Kyra Brandt of Comal Flower Shop on the Plaza and Rusty Brandt of Tis the Season Year Round Christmas Village Nomination forms are available at the chamber office and nominations will be accepted through April 22 Check out the winners of Youth ArtBeat 96 contests See Page 20
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