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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 26, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels New Braunfels. TexasSunday April 26, 1987 Four Sections, 44 Pages50 Cents Vol. 134, No. 81 StammtischA Screeching halt"TT 'J New Berlin Volunteer Fire depart ment will host its loth Annual ('hill Cookoff beginning today at IO a rn at New Berlin Community ( enter (lames weight guessing contest all kinds of neat stuff New Berlin is located at FN! 25.TH and FN! TTY in Guadalupe County Take Interstate IO from San Antonio towards Houston take FN! 2558 Trainer Hale Road exit and go eight miles east cm FN! 25;Ui From New Braunfels, go to Seguin take I IO and follow the prev urns direi turns N OU re there C omal County Good Sam Chapter Canyon Sams would uke lo invite recreational vehic Ie owners lo -an their organization Ballies ai. every third weekend of each month I- or more information ( all 025 2088 or 62* I Ha t The Project Graduation commit tees at Canyon New Braunfels and Smithson Valiev nigh school- wish to thank everyone who has con tribute*! rn INnr efforts VVithV- *• in the hank ii* a1 high m boo! seniors are well on their way to reaching their goat of Sic to t* divided among the senior classes and used to make graduation night a memorable experience Too often high school graduation nights turn into tragedy as the combination of drinking and driving takes or ruins lives Project Graduation ' dedicated to keeping the celebration safe None and a lot of fun st John s F pt.seopal Church Oak w«hh1 Baptist < fun oh Ins tit Life Fellowship st Paul Lutheran Church arui the Protestant I nited Church of Christ have donated money to help students buy I shirts I he shirts will t>e passed out to the first 175 students wtut buv tickets to Project Graduation part ie-Several tx ii t . mess* - has* donated either . ash to help fund the projec t or pf :. e- to tx- ^ w\ ou* ! > students attending the events I runs Star Grimes ha- ionated six round trip til kets two tor each high s» tux*. to any where Trails star flies t he following business* > ar I organizations uu»ng witfi many more have contributed to the events Canyon Lake Bank a-.» savings t*md t uldweli Banker-Tillman A Tillman $t-« New Braunieis Nuto tdealers l'sn iation SJO* TM ernent in* the German \merican society taro Comal County Medu al s.* tetv yui \«* Braunfei- Fv*r ne I ,n-Clut)    VVursite-? Xssoeiution W4 Traveler s Insuiame I-*»rt > hunkrl IRO Gregory Purllan I SJI** The student-are-til working on their gradation projeiI and would tx* happy to take any more donations lf you want to go to France this summer but * an t make it you c ar bring T raise to vou try txmg a host family to a French teen aget Fit teen French students will visit tin san Antonio area in July to earn atxjut Vmeru an life in the Fast Step program Brenda Jackson is the local Kiordinator for th* pro gram We want families who can make the experience as normal as pos-i hie The teen agers want to -ee how it is to tx* in an Vincrii ail family Jai ksori soul Tile cooldinator said a family will tx* responsible (or the student s (.xxi and bousing during July F amilies will tx able to participate in two field trips sponsored by Belat- Set* NT AMMT ISCH Page TZA I here s i encl in sight from Saturday s boiled turnip weather Today will tx partly cloudy With a high of about H and southeast winds .it * in mph But the weather man said it s going to get Ix-ltei Tonight will tx- lair with a low of 55 Monday will tx* mostly sunny and hoi w itll temperatures reaching neai HU No i ain is in the lot ei as* for the rest of the week with highs in the Ho- and lows m the *«os The Menu BUSINESS .....6    7B CLASSIFIED........9    I SB COMICS................8B CROSSWORD...........SB KALEIDOSCOPE I9B OPINIONS ....... JA SPORTS............*    UA T azo drivers escaped serious iruur/ when the / hit head on Safurday atternoon at Loop •*’ ana Hillcrest New Braunfels EMS treated Donna h I? of-JU Old Bear Creek Roan at the scene Dr M>cha» 7 wf 4. of Moon glow .*.as lr v na a 1 *8**-: Chi vrnietBlazer when his vehicle struck Hill's 1985 Chevrolet Cavalier New Braunfels Polio* Department officials did not ssue c ta* ohs to either driver Tidy was ar .ma north on J37 when he turned west onto H Merest Hi was travel mg south on 33 7 Guadalupe CountyPolice, prison official comment on impact on local communities B , JOHN K AST Nf fcf CorrespondentGuadalupe ( t hid t v Narberth who ha- •» in a counts that ba- a Sherd! Mciv I Kit ti -entem cd lf*e rep III and iad.dup « ► - f, *t! a % : v\ •* • Iii At! V fTiit*! S' Isl month Prisoner* art* i**t/timing ch titbit* to un ♦ mort quuKU lotion inuit* finite Biti J1 * w hu h pro\ ide* tor th if I enders ti v ink: vt*r\ in I fit*    M t* tcipidiv in orc *    a lit* i*€*iutifc! uu* >: int* 'latenttar\ and the general public x -I. t know about that Hartiorth an example the vhrril' said that 1* man sentenced m Februarv lo ii I tx* veal term on a th*.! 1 harge ut tx i*. t glide tor pal OI.- in June so we -ent hun February of tins a: iii. a tints veal x'fltflKt‘ and v coining out on pat ole Hart ho th Xii*-Utet man sentenced in June 4 In t- Cit veal- tot Dosses-.on at prisoner thev arc heroin VV Ii Ila! Picnic Friday begins Senior Citizens Month I (armil ti; a skill ti tm cd lend** tent type 1 n lie I -ategoi ie | mx edUI aine eligtb -emetic e * ».**d ould then I ie ti I* 1. I- and neightiorhood- wht*i n    they may again become invot v od 1 al    soul* ot them are going to n suspects ai new t»urglattex again ll he -aid ti*    I b* eat V te lea-es al e    disc OUT.q IT    ii * L* I W of I Si ICI N ht* >41(1 is    it > making thorn ted fhut tin* e added cai top ut this to weiej; t rewarded lur what they didAquifer directors ponder SA politics as growth debated Itll geni tal manager id tin* I* d wards I rider ground Water District said Friday he anil his -tall plan to otiei information to the San Vntomo City ( nu rn ii a- it dec ides on u bethel building should In- permitted ov c*r the aquifer - redial ge .irea on that city > north side I doubl it we would take a stand on a moratorium Fox said adding that the distm t pretors not to iHHome involved with the political proc ess w Ullin San Vntomo The i lly mum ll dec ided Thursday not to extend a inoiatonum on issu mg building permits tm projects planned ox el the sensitive rec harge an a I >t*\elopei - who are planning a major mall on San Vntomo - north side voluntarily decided to withhold their requests tor building permit-Fox said He said a meeting between city id be l tis and developers is -et tm May 18 Vt Bud time the distric t will pie sent information about the recharge process which replenishes the aquifer Set related material Paqe 5A san Vntomo community orgaiu/u lions have expressed concern that development ut the planned I ;<» ai t i mail and business center would damage the city s sole source id waler I hi* aquifer also supplies vc .dei ’n New Braunieis ami the i mn al springs which create the c anal Rivet I I WD directors have 1 cai heil a compromise* ovei definition ol what constitutes a drought and cont revel sy over representation «>: tfu* txiard stat** olticials recently told the boatd that a compromise that would have added Hex ai County representation and denned how participating conn ties may withdraw from the aquitei administrations mentliei-hip was inappropriate l l w I) is urging passage of legisla turn that would provide the basis tm later promulgation ut enforcement responsibilities of the distric t tv to buy chances on Hie Hawaiian applique quilt to!*, civ el a a av or. May J at the Senior 1 ,;;/en- ( vt *.-t SH’I'IT i Ups i;ke I ll.- if.i re en’ Iv presented to 1 iov Bi. Clements also will be available -dl’LIF is tile ac ton vm meaning senior In dependent Person Lower Involved Famed V hi arty noon meal prepared and delivered by the Vging Frog! ani in Seguin vv iii tie served .it atxlUt I i a rn or noon Lay ment will tx by donation ( otnai County 1 oorduiatot I.aluta Ross said J Hi meats All. tx-ordered tm* the day lh. Seguin prepared loon - -el \ ell Monday through F i nlay to ap proximately 11 • sc*iuors thiough the I- bliny Nutrition site and always can tx* counted on to tx* gixxl and plentiful transportation to the picnic is vc*i y limited and must tx* reserved Im those who ti.ive no other means Requests tor transportation vein tx accepted at the senior Citizens Cent el njsllbl until noon Thin-day Volunteers to provide* transpm tat ion are welcome* to cai! Ross at the same number In case of rain activities will tx-moved to the* new Vets and ( rails Building at the Comal County Fairgrounds with no change iii schedule Persons ne OI olden who would like* to share a pleasant time with their contemporaries should conic* to Lauda Lark space ll on I inlay at IO a in or thereabouts Ross em phasized that age is the* only eligibility requirement suggesting that tax m ile table games tx* brought along ii desired Outfitter fees before council Set ORISONS PjQc JA Bv DA CID MAY STaM vVriter New Braunfels City Council will mee* in regular session Monday night to consider the second reading of an ordinance drafted by council s parks advisory committee that would bring in revenue- from river outfit ters using Cypress Bend Lark a- a river exit The council also will con sider a request from the Landa Par!-Golf Course .Advisory Board to discontinue consideration ol privatization of the municipal course The session gets under way at 7 ut p rn at the meeting room of New Braunfels I t ii it i**s Council will first met*? in regular session beginning at 5 p rn to discus-the proposed -ale or lease of the city county landfill by the Comal County Solid Waste Control Board and then again ai 6 -■ p rn to discus- pending litigation against the city by Bad Schloss. Inc The second reading of the or dinance aimed at providing monies for the upkeep and future im provements at Cypress Bend Lark in an effort to offset burdens placed un the public facility by rum* outfitter-wa- tabled by council at its April I meeting It was then disclosed that conces sionaires had offered the city some -"i ,n voluntary gifts in exchange for council s ter* anat ion cd the pix* posed ordinance The Larks ann Recreation Ad visor. Board was asked by council some 18 months ago 10 draft a docu ment that would derive revenues from some type of user fee The board targeted river outfitters so as not to further tax local residents and because* outfitter' use* the river and the park in a profitable venture essentially cost free I sing what the advisory commit tee ha- called conserv abve numbe rs they expect the fee charged outfitter-of 75-cents per person -huttied from the paik could generate as much as $5,000 the first year or more It will <ost the city about $,.000 to collect those fees mostly in the form of staffing the facility on weekends with park ranger- who would monitor concessionaire patrons ex ding the riv.-r there and would in turn provide some form of law en forcement for other park users Under provisions of the ordinance the city w ill hill river outfitters week Iv for their patrons The two major concessionaires utilizing the park Rocking K River Rides and Guad-N Loop shoot have said they would lease prix ate proper tv for their river exit should council adopt the recommendation- See COUNCIL Page 2A Temporary storage for old fire vehicles Memix*rs of New Braunfel-. ol unleer Fire ik-'uartmen; hojx* they hail* solved the problem oi j temporariiv storing time antique fire trucks formerly housed at the former I mon Street substa lion The bul ding wa.- -old by the city lute last year to McKenna Memorial Hospital for its ap praised value of $5o <*« The building wa.- previously a fire department substation and was used t v volunteer firefighters a-a meeting and training facility President of the volunteer group Johnny Oberkampf sa.d ne wa- notified or. Monday this week that the th ret* fire trucks housed there a I *2 Rio pumper a RLI America La F ruiKe ladder truck and a 195n Ford pumper of which only the .atter could tx- put into -cr I vice in an emergency would have to tx* moved by this after Hi MJH (’berkampi -.od he did not want to public ize Hit* temporary quarters of the truck- though he confirmed that last minute ai rangeineiit- had tx*t*n madt* t. store* tilt truc ks Once the new v entral F'ne Station and c ounty I ane R<*ad Substation have beer. cmmpieted he said ’ht- tru- k> ai. t-** moved to their new permanent homes Meanwhile onerkampt said the ib to 17 active \oiuntcx*rs will continue to back up the tire department and will meet at the old ( entral F ire Station it) con duct their business meetings He also said there was a need tor about lo more volunteers to join >St reed lo have atxiut 28 to ut active volunteers oberkampf said But you should apply only if you have the time to devote to Tieing a volunteer firefighter bt said Oberkampf ba- lxx-n a volunteer for more than nine y years Prospective volunteers would tx* required to attend classes pas- tests md train for about -tx month- before act-uaiix going into the field to tight a fire tee ling a . olunteer may cai* the ad nim-* native offices of tile fire iepartim nf or (ibt.*rkampi at *»27 Commissioners okay communications club contract with county \ contract with the Kmergencv c ommunication- ('tub was renewed bv comal county Commis-loners Thursday ( ominissioiH*is .UM) approved the see .lid transit - ut surplus r g> •>* way on FNI >‘2 atter unraveling a complicated land transaction over co > ears ago In approving the contract renewal with the communications group com rn i s.-loners praised the c at) fin the service and assistance it provide during accident.- and emergencies in the county generally around C anyon Lake The club most members of w hich have emergency medical training assist with traffic control at the gate house on River Road assist motorists injured in accidents and work voluntarily along \ arum . mints of the Guadalupe and Com. R ors where problems are must ikely r-*cx cur during heav \ recreat Iona use Commissioners unanimously ap proved the one year contract renewal Also unanimously approved was the* sale and transfer of I 7 acre- of abandoned arid surplus right ol way on F N! 52 at Old Cram* - Mill Road to adjoining property . Anet J c MoLe contingent * v    .• t, -ling genera wu; rani ^ * 1 - arc t County Judge T *vo - ’lark said the counts authorized a and appraisal the property last .srptembei who t was deemed to be surplus The pro party in questu was appraised at $. .'-J* * omit) -s.oners authorized tilt-sale at the app ai sec) value plus the $-175 appraisal tee t.> smite Mode wilt als** tx* requires! to p.*\ for all title ann closing costs should the* general warranty deed search deem the land is owned bv the conn tv According to Muir who -aid he had performed a preliminary title search a dtxxl dates back to the late Ikons but a gentlemen s agreement then allowed Hie property to change hands w ithout proper deeds txnng til ed with the county Precinct J c omnussumer Clyde Jacobs said he believed former Gov lk>lph Brise cm* conveyed the property to the county in 1^47 Jacobs moved for approval of the transfer con fulgent on the deed search and was seconded bs Lreemct 2 Commis stoner Ned (Taigmile ll we don t own it the deal is off ” Clark said ;