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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 30, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                ByDAVlDbEKUNDER Staff Writer the Guadalupe River met with the Water Oriented Recreation District Law Enforcement Committee last Wednesday to discuss plans to make the river safer and cleaner during the upcoming summer season The meeting which was held at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Coop erative auditorium attracted about 20 people I think we have made some progress on cleaning the Law Enforcement Chairman Scott Watson said But we have a lot more to do We need your continued input and Law enforcement officials at the meeting included Sheriff Jack Bremer Sheriffelect Bob Holder artd Texas Parks and Wildlife Department game wardens Rocky Alba and Sam Sanchez Bremer said the Sheriffs Depart ments Water Enforcement Team will change little from last year want Guadalupe dean and safe He said his department will add a law enforcement residents along the speed boat on Canyon Lake river said needs to done to Bremer thanked the landowners clean up the river and control the row along the river for their support in dy behavior thatsometimes comes helping his deputies maintain law and with tubers and rafters down the river order on the river One property owner Fonda Wet Everybody has been responsive sel said she has to clean up the mess and behind us 100 Bremer said We have saved on travel time because everybody has been great in letting us utilize their property espe cially on the WORD has budgeted for tubers and rafters leave on her proper ty I spertt 16 hours cleaning the river and r shouldnt have had to do Wetselsaid iiua vuugvivu iui John Landry said most of the prob the WET team this year Bremer said lems could be solved if WORD would the WET team will consist of five offi ban alcohol on the river cers By banning alcohol on the river We have enough people to handle you would stop most of the hooligans Bremer said on the Landry said Sanchez had good news for the WORD attorney Holly Oilman said the Texas Legislature would probably be the best route to address that issue WORD has authority to develop ordinances on the Oilman said But the ultimate authority would be property owners when he told them that a new game warden James Odem had been added to help patrol the riv er from New Braunfels to Spechts Crossing With a third person we will be able to cover more Sanchez said Now we will have two on the lower end and one on the upper end of the Guadalupe the Texas Holder who will take over as sher iff in January 1997 promised the prop erty owners that he would pay attention to their concerns and make enforce Even with the assurances of stronger ment on the river a priority Sixty years at the mill Ms Cecilia Fiebrlch was recently honored at her retirement luncheon celebrating the culmination of 60 years of continuous service with Mission Valley Textiles Inc Ms Celee as she Is fondly called Joined Mission Valley In 1936 some 15 years after the cornerstone of the factory was laid She was honored with many special remembrances Pictured are Jerry Clark director of Production Planning Shipping and Retail Store Fiebrlch and Guadalupe Casteneda vice president of Manufacturing for Mission Valley Textiles Inc City Council Briefs City Proposals For Tax Money The New Braunfels City Council approved the wording of a request for proposal for con tracts funded by the hotel occupancy tax at its i Tuesday meeting The RFP will be made public June 1 and will be closed Sept 1 giving interested parties 90 days to submit a proposal to the city The city has traditionally contracted with the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce for more than 30 years The contract is funded by almost 75 percent of the hotel tax revenue which yearly equals about The move to issue the RFP marks the first time the city has created the possibility for companies other than the chamber to compete for the contract A committee made up of the city manager city attorney and the mayor will negotiate pri vately with prospective companies and indi viduals during the time the RFP is issued Coun cil members can obtain a copy of the proposals as they are submitted but are prohibited from interacting with each other during the 90day window City Moves Closer To Approving Budget The council also approved the second read ing of the budget which included an increased salary totaling for City Manager Mike Shands The amount marks about a pay increase for Shands who council members pointed out did hot receive a costofliving raise or a raise during last Decembers pay increases for city staff Shands who has been city manager for about two and a half years was being paid the lowest salary for his position among cities roughly the size of New Bruanfels Mayor Jan Ken nadysaid The only dissenting vote came from coun cilwoman Juliet Watson who said she would have preferred a more incremental raise over the course of three years Council members said they wanted to set the wage so that if Shands were to leave he could be replaced with a competitive employ ee Independent Audit Scratched From Budget The council did not however approve an item in the proposed budget that called for up to for an independent operations audit The study which was proposed by certified public accountant and councilman Ray Schoch would have taken a broad look at the citys salary structure and general operations proce dure for each department The vote failed 43 Council members Bren da Freeman Kennady and Schoch voted for the measure and Cathy Talcott Paul Fraser Juliet Watson and Juan Luis Martinez voted against it I really think this is a waste of Fraser said Eventually were going to have to bite the bullet to raise But Schoch said the study would review the citys use of personnel money which totals 71 percent of the entire budget Playground Location Discussed The council also discussed the location of a playscape for Landa Parks Springfed pool area The money for the project which totals is already approved but the location is under scrutiny The citys Parks and Recreation Department planned on building the playscape inside the pool area which would only be accessible to those who paid the pool fee Some council members are concerned the equipment will not be accessible yearround Allene Woofford a member of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Boards told council the playscape was plannedfor construction inside the pool area because pool fees are help ing to pay for the playscape It would be more fun for the kids Put it where the money came from It gives children an opportunity to play in the pool and then also on the She also said that the playscape which is between 65 and 75 feet long would duplicate existing playscapes within the park but out side the pool area The playground will include various types of slides climbing features a bridge castlelike structures a tunnel and a trolley The playground equipment which is the last phase of the parks capital improvement is slated for construction around July 1 and will likely take about three days to build Stammtisch Juneteenth celebration The Black Heritage Society of Comal County will be celebrating June teenth on Saturday June 15 Barbe cue chicken dinners will be sold from 11 tp 3 at 594 Academy at tf MiSs Juneteenth and ending with a dance from 8 to midnight The activities will take place at the Senior Citizens Center and all proceeds will go toward the Ella Wilson Memorial Scholarship Funds For more information contact Nathan Millett at 6254150 or Mar garet Adams at 6206402 Barbecue dinners will be sold for and dance and talent show will also cost Red Stocking revue The Community Service Center is Were Meeting New Braunfels Polio Survivors Support Group meets at 10 am Sat urday June 1 at the Comal County Senior Citizens Center For more infor mation call Debbie at 6065556 Rena at 6204473 or Raymond at 6251363 Downtown Association meets at 7 Tuesday June 4 at Krauses For information call 6252385 The Comal County Genealogy Society will meet June 4 Board meet ing at 7 followed by regular meet ing at Guest speaker will be Steve Stapleton district representative for the Sons of the Republic of Texas Public invited Coalition of Former Military Wives meets at 2 Sunday June 9 at Shoneys Airport Restaurant Loop 410 at Jones Maltzberger Road Speaker will be Glenn Pohly on container gar dens For information call Muriel at 6538668 The Canyon LakeFischer Club for Family and Community Education again producing the Red Stocking Revue as a major fundraiser The per formances will be on June and 23 at the New Braunfels Civic Center The community is invited to attend the Directors party Monday June 3 at 7 at the historic Forke Store in Con servation Plaza on Churchill Street At the party the director will give a gen eral overview of the show and all who are interested in performing will have the chance to sign up Your talent is needed and there is a place for you For information call Jim and Melaney Beath at 6203016 or Carol Bissett at 6290262 Church bazaar Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Bazaar will be held at the church grounds May 31 and June 1 Free dance Saturday and Sunday Food and games start at 6 Friday Rosie y los Muchachos at 7 Friday and Swinging Country from 8 to mid night Queens Coronation at Saturday Dance from 9 to 1 Saturday with TexanaBand Also on Saturday a rummage sale will be held on the church grounds from 8 to 4 Food and games start at Saturday Showcase and sale Collectors Showcase and Sale at the New Braunfels Civic Center from 9 to 5 Saturday June 1 Admission adults 17 and under free Sponsored by the New Braunfels Conservation Society A quality selec tion of fine antiques and collectibles is expected Bring your own for appraisal Dance school recital The New Braunfels Hermann Sons Dance School will present its annual dance recital Sunday June 2 at the New Braunfels High School Auditori um The matinee performance begins at 3 the evening perforrnance is at 7pm j Trie theme is Broadway Bound and will feature more than 475 students performing tap ballet jazz and lyri cal dances Public invited Registration for fall classes will be Saturday Aug 24 at the lodge on Union Street from 10 am to 2 For information call Denise Preiss at 606 0477 or Marti Matthews at 6090106 Cancer Survivors Celebration Day The American Cancer Society Comal County Unit in cooperation with Hospice New Braunfels and McKenna Memorial Hospital will sponsor Cancer Survivors Celebration Day at 1 June 2 at Cypress Bend Park Dr John Tieman president of the RELIABILITY local ACS chapter will speak and sev eral cancer survivors will give testi monials There will be refreshments and games Sausage supper The will have its annual sausage supper Sun day June 2 in Zuehl Serving begins at 11 to 1 and from to 8 Large plates are and small plates are There will be a ninepin bowling tournament games raffles and a country store Stretching our time to meet yours meets June 18 at the Fischer Store School Community Center Refresh ments and fellowship at 9 meeting at Members of the Comal County 4H will present the program Public invited For information call Rose Gandall at 9352901 New Braunfels High School Class of 1971 is planning its 25th reunion It will be held July 6 at the fairgrounds from 7 to midnight For information call Tim Salge at 6254816 or Rusty Meyer at 6253321 New Braunfels High School Class of 1976 20 year reunion is set for July 6 Addresses of classmates are need ed ASAP Please include maiden names and send addresses to Vicki Clark VanDelden a 20 La Mesa New Braunfels TX 78130 Or call 6060716 or Monika Carley Engel at 6293236 or Suzanne Sacco Baker at 6291768 The Hill Country Chorus New Braunfels own chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encpurage mentof Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America meets every Tuesday evening from to at the First Baptist Church Choir Room located at Cross and Santa Clara Street Wed like 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