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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 8, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Unicorns over Lockhart, Pagel3A/ Aquifer protection, Page 5A New Braunfels lit New Braunfels. Texas Two Sections, 28 Pages Wednesday April 8, 1987 25 Cents Vol. 134, No. 68 Stammtisch Boning up Mission A alley Bible Church. Scott Tjernagel, pastor an I teacher. vuU hold a g. rani* sale beginning at h a in satin iv \pril 27> at 2 J8 Pennsylvan .1 The church hasn't a sam mary as yet t ut it s try ing awfully hard Sc«»tt who used to work for I Bar M resort rn now the full time shepherd tot Mission Valiev Bible a nondenominational church M\ BC members will come pick up any stutf you might I** will mg tu donate to the sale and lf vou want to help this fledgling group call (>2 * c,Tf> or B29 5559 A Know New Br un lets is .» pret tv cosmopolitan plac* Maybe that's wh\ student ext hang programs se* rn tc Uk*‘ us >,* much We re a small town with international flavor flavour Hie American Scandtna v an student k xchange Vs sh |S *" r mg it* al families to host s< an ■bm,Vian French spanish Herman of units*- iHitch British S«wi,ss Japanese and Australian git i< and t*ms ages I j through lh .Chi will rn* coming to our country or the next school Near I. deal cont t i is Kathy Bai trios stat Kt , Box I' I New Braunfels 781 -J or call 51*' i * I» union* aking for a libbed ad titi»»r* ti* hale1 Mom* will t>e at J p Hi Saturday April ll at ICI I ikeUeu Hivti Mio additum means xpe* tain‘rd nursing .. are at Fden Home will offet a new ta*.dilly Ktlwi Horn* s Hoar u of I* ret tors therefore is proud to invite the put*! ic to attend Flko Nev i on vent mmi and Visitors Autfw rttv wishes to thank Texas and a few a! our native s,ms tot their contributions to that town s saline to agr I* ult Ute specific all) 'I**    * T k a .si to thank New Bt aunt! SJM .lim Nchnndt Tom HutiUiMW aint Bon Brown who form th* Texas Armadillo Assignation AA** w 1? '*si ti- commend them f<»r the lignify they gave vt hit state antes hay I* Thompson FCV Aes et ut iv** fire*t * *1 sn** savs mans of the J <«•■ **r st* folk' attending this veal - Ag I all KT found the dlilo ass*** rat nm >. present at lim the focus >1 <»■* *,ti e Now this is nne Amt mon ait ut us fie re in lh** (treat Mate «d I* \as awl New Braunfels in parti*utar ti* all of vou in the fine** ut Nevada may voui saddle . 1 ic f.«*s >tay tight and your ar tnadilio" shine in tix* sun Howdy and happy trails to you I uto1, l*!<*r*e 1'h D was elected . * prescient of th** Iexoma C'\vf»«*iogH ii Ass, h nit ti in Pierce is t licensed psv * ti* *1, tg * st in practice with fie? partner Di Robert B Heck of st,**! ma? 1’svchological s**rv tees sn** served two cons** ut ive terms 1    » I etal V ti easy! el ol T I * A t>*    ■    tx    mg    eh** ted president I * t it** is th* laughter •>! Mrs Fear iv s«iweti anil Charlie smith Cur '**?,!; » I'm * s clinical pi actu f in , luif* s testing and treatment of ti lren ad*»i**si ents and adults ar ut mar nag* and family counsel mg sh** is t>n th* consulting stat! of Aledo al Plaza Hospital ,in*l is a I it* < picot sp«*akei lot and * iiinmuni!v gtoups Sal g»**>d tiV ** to til** list! winter Ilk** weather and hello to some spring like tem|>erutu!es as todu\ s tugfi will reach the low 70s with wind from ttu* northwest at lo mph Fair skit*' and cool temperatures are in store tonight with a low in the mid his and light north winds Fr» day will t*e partly cloudy ami warmet wuh a high in th* mid ."s ami south wtods The Menu BUSINESS ..... ll,UA CLASSIFIED    BHB COMICS.............6B DEAR ABBY........7B EDUCATION    .    ..    IS UA INSIGHT............SA KALEIDOSCOPE    . L8B OPINIONS   4A SPORTS.........13 14A Henrys claim 'victory' in suit against city, officials Tuesday Aas Bon** •ar v St ho- • tudor pooches Of every si. a ore this uni jut* Students a ore sc - V St ' P * Ga    * One even aine to s< or lama* and ♦ ’'-ss' pa’ - our Library day at Comal Elemen an 3 ’acuity dressed up accordingly a; md style Sady Hate fifth grade teacher >stup»e replete Aith dog-ear pigta s tt ** * ’ ands as they parsed to react . ' r ae sty -es Ahiie boy s .vore co .es e 1 as a cog atoner Noa that :    ’    j*    t» ces ie Knewaldt) After February increase Building activity dips well below 1986 level B . (I A V I D MAY YtjU Ai lit I Though huh ling u February show od rec on cry follow mg *.|*v mg month' permits March we?* down 'ligand showed a 'tulip th the value of permit' ■ Ugli Hermit' i"ti**d rn Mar- h ti s >2 7 * Jixt and nu lifted ■a** new residences a si miiiioi tilt ion to a nursing home a church building and a p**n . aflow placement Of t*i\i ars : new * tithing oui let February activity tot $    ’ 7 ce w filth u us ii t , residential i***i nuts and thro* commercial ventures ad new lied new Iii*VV However budding activity rn Marc ti I‘*H». showed a total v alb** ol Ae I >*> to s including I - residential permits 27 commercia! additions and alterations totaling si nj million and a permit v aloed at $    > million tor construction of a IJH unit apartment building The March IMT, permits reflected eight single family residences. Vt? > 2i»4 one residen till carport $H00 Jo residential additions and alterations one commercial building SJO non. u commercial additions and altera tunis >1 nill loo nine storage buildings SII. l.w five signs SJI 4,>0 and PJI out of scop** per mils Si. I H March permit costs amounted to $> 173 New Braunfels Planning Department 'sued a permit to T den Home lur the Aged for it' plans to ti,tv»* spaw Hia"* Col. traitors build a IIH million l‘Jn t*ed addition to live nursing home at »i I I .akee te w Beth* ! pentecostal obtained a P**ilint fin its intent to have lot r**s 4 obstruction build a 4 oho square S»stt hat! at »o N 4* tulle l h** v alut* of the building i' placed d c m nun l'h** planning department issu»**l a permit to Hoxcai Fnterpnse' Hi rough contractor i.lenn Hit. fudder to allow several tioxearstx* p.aced at PJ **♦ \ I.<K»p    , ft future use as a clothing ret ai store square f(Mdage of the st**:* is to tie > 4l‘i and it' value is Vt * OOO The single family homes tm which March permits were issued included I Jerry Fernandes 1971 Paint I si J Hid square l**et STN uou J Howard and Mary Abel Schneider btl ii Patio Dr t -no M{Uare t»*«*t >7 * nod stan Wolfe . . Sunshadow J TOU square lect S ».» non 4 Sid Smith Homes ion Palace Dr I 154 square feet $;»> J*>4 > Michael Flume J 4 ii Oakcrest    square    lee! Sa.» urn ti Anjou Inc IGW Allison J ‘BJ square tee! S50.000 . l ee h dmondson 8J4 Nor distal I.*M>p J.440 square leet $70 IHM) By DANA OVERSTREET Staff Artier The lawyer representing the K K Henry family against the City of New Braunfels among others i' calling a recent order by a district judge a ma jor victory for his camp in a battle that is going into its fourth year The • victory is consolidation by a judge of two separate actions by plaintiffs in the case A victory Theres no question about that said lawyer Cecil Bain All the people that were in the se cond lawsuit are in this one which is where we want to he San Antonio District Court Judge HT Hippo Garcia last week granted Bain s motion to consolidate two lawsuit' tiled in l‘*H4 and l‘*8H by the Henry family against the city current and tonner members of city council, and state and local agencies sui h a' the I exas AA ater ( ommission and the Rivers and Lakes Action Committee Both suits claim the the city has orchestrated a massive campaign of recrimination and investigation designed to inflame public senti men! against the R K Henry faun Iv owners of Schlitterbahn ami Pan da Resort The first lawsuit was filed ag, inst the city on Dec 28 1984 follow mg the Henry family s dissatisfaction veto the city's compliance with a settle ment of a mi suit That suit set tied in March 1984 alleged the city s violations of ’he equal protection douse of the Fourth Amendment by applying parking ordinances in such a manner as to unconstitutional Iv infringe upon the plaintiffs businesses Plaintiffs were under the impression that defendants would ease their attempts to rum the plaintiffs> Defendants have breached their contract of settlement rn had faith and continue to harm plaintiffs Those charges are also included in the 1984 and 198ft versions of the lawsuit The 11484 suit claims that a ‘ city employee wa' instructed to drain the city ' spring fed pool to allow the city to divert water from the Comal River and. therefore from the plain tiffs water park downstream ’* The suit also c laims the city issued I a I sc* reports to the media about the ju.tiitv vc der rn the rivers and shortly therafter defendants began a carefully orc hestrated series of press release' asserting ’hat the qua tv of wale sn 'he Comal river and by inferenc e in Plaintiffs' parks is unsafe A trial date of < u t 27 lune was set to hear til** ll* \* ase but was postpon ed by Judge Garcia because of a crowded docket I he suit filed in May I MHH is similar I*, the October 19H4 suit except that it dears up language and adds more charges The pc * version seeks $4 See SUIT Page 2A Unsuccessful candidates comment on voter apathy Bv DAVID MA Y Stat* Arder H ive Of Ga* >* unsjceesMui City Council candidates were entering a political arena for the first time Four of thus* emerged from saturday s elections more know e*ig.d i« and active in city government They .use shared a sens* of pride tor hav mg participated The sixth George Bigiey an also ran in numerous political **? fervors vc,js not as grac ious in post election statement' ,*< hi' counterparts Gary Henry who may have surprised some folk' with his fourth place finish wa' not available tor comment Henry tallied Ll 19 votes By now New Braunfels* !' Know Doug Miller Bill Ar nold and incumbent James Guodhread emerged Satur ■ iv vied ii us .ii ’he I ids foi at large seats on New Brauneb < tty ( oun* ii of trios** Arnold was a political nov ic *• While gaming valuable insight into the city. the re ’naming candidates kept ti* Hor. m jierspective Most voiced disappointment in the relative!) small voter I c is disappointed in the turnout not hat it would nae** changed the outcome hut ifs si amelu! of the com mur. sty tm more turned out That 'terrible    -aid Dennis Rhoads et* r: u c to ti* ll h,,il«*t (.is!    turnout of about ‘Jo percent Rhoads who joked about returning to the daily affairs «»f running his interior lect.rating business finished fifth a. the field of iiiric ith I chi votes Goodhread finished third with I 4 ty votes A ou don t have any right to gripe if you don t vote ’ Rhoads said Bob Pachar/ina ech«H»d Rhoads statement, fiat in simpler terms lf you don t vote don t bitch lie replied I would have Ilk* 1 to have seen lo.urn voters See COMME NTS Page 2 A Vehicle storage business gets zone circumvention B , JIM Af BRE Slab Ante? New Braunfels I Manning and /urn mg ( omini'Mon lue'day approved a special us*- permit that will mean residents neat *Ji» 12 Interstate AA wits t ave .*!) automotnle storage yard tor a neighbor 1 Hue ..ii* citizen living near th** yarn owned ail 1 operated by Manuel A! Guajardo .It spoke to the permit action ’ ruz Gome/ of J* 28 Interstate 1 a direct n* :Kfits*: t *> tfu* ti mc ar do property said he spoke only for himself in '.lying if they are going to improve the site that s tine l’hev t.ive never Imtherec! me Lionel tiuajardo the owner > Min >aid the hu'iiu*" that tow s and stores cars j*o|ice report as abandoned hat! already h**gun constructing an eight mot fence along the rear of the pro petty which lies partially within a resident nil R J zone Despite Planning Director Mike sounds statement that the owners emphatically were told" ttu* proper y was within a residential area planning board members voted unanimously to allow the special us** deviation subject to installation of lighting completed and painted tenc mg and a promise to not disassemble 01 repait the cat ' and trucks at tilt* 'it** Guajardo said th** company had IU intention of stacking vehicles and wouiil move them oft the lot so as to not have more than 4o to 'wi vehicles on site at a time several netghUirs more than the planning department usually con tar ts t**r such permit considerations objected to the permit on the basis of its possible atli action of rodents weed growth and general 1111 sightliness Iii other action planning board authorized changes in the mantel plan and specific sn** plans for Braunfels Fast Business Park being developed by David Lamor ,    * several investors off Texas 4» south of 111 >■> The dev elopers wanted t* town size th** lots un th* rn dust’ park based on recent mark t analysis indicating 'mallet •> would tx* easier to >**11 Lamon said our intention is J continues to tx* a top quail! pi ject h* responded to ps.c * g Ixia rd member Myrtle 4 mrk -    1.' Hon about what top quality in . hy saying the proje*1 flop* ' t«* at; low impact ottu*' and manuiactut mg husmessC' rn tiuilding' that ti. '* pass Hie developer' »*wn arctate*. tural criteria ten umtortnity ai J design Board re*eived n*i citizc <<m mumcations and tinefly ti', ussed the tux**! for publn understanding <»t master plan update tor the city /Ion mg portions ol th** plan will omit a tor pubis h* ..ling iatei this month B<*ard app**.ued l>y consensus to tg •** w‘) ; am mg -hiector shantis 'fiat **pj ment sui a new commercial resort /*m* 4 4 have not read the gi andia tiler clause Th** complete up*iote of the city's ” st*- pi. I tor growth an i develop ment lias taken several years to in redid .0 * Juf mg a hearing on tile mat:, r a week ago Hie tx) a rd heard comments intl* it g “rung in any KUT *    *i> I t*S 11 ii 11\ f \e» Hi *ur umv    urcinuru    v    Is .I et t pr-iu I SIV > Si-uniert *ies|g.*j co to pipt*»per:v from other iii idj. ccnt pmpeities that could adversely allect property value' ai health and safety A zoning ord.: uke iii .1 . stet plan is designed t.. . >w g11 a* 1. ' i i ut 1 .1 v ai lety a ways aud tui a variety ut purposes white protecting the gi cutest nullifier of people Chamber pushing economic growth Kconomic development in New Braunites is progressing on as own tm! tin* Greater New Braunteis Chamber of Commerce just wants to give it a little push I he ch a rn be 1 lias or gat. <■ ‘ several sub-coiumittivs such the industrial committee and t .os* groups are in their planning st g* s AA* r** oft t*> a goo*! st > t ChamtxT President Jean Ptcuttet at a Tuesday industrial cominitic** I un cheon I nlike tfie * its which has more problems than a hippopotamus with chapped lips 1 thniK tins will turnout to tx* a very fruitful idea Tom Purdum, the chambei s ex eeutive vice president told the group that each subcommittee has now tx*«*n lorined and they are beginning to set up meeting to brainstorm and look over the general guidelines given them by th* Coaid Tor the next few months we will tx? in an organizing modi tie said New Braunfels Put dun) said is atKiv* average in attracting new in dustry From July to Decembet the city had probably two prospects, he said while between December and March the city has had four or live interested industries looking at relocating hoi e There are 14 (HIO economic Ste GROW TH Page ?A L ;