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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 29, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas N B, SV win thrillers, Page 9ABarbecued shish kebabs, Page IB New Braunfels jk ■IJJ New Braunfels. Texas Vol. 134, No. 83 -Zeituna Two Sections, 24 Pages Wednesday April 29, 1987 25 Cents stammtisch^ Working on the railroad j B K Wood of the State Depart meat of Highways and Public Transportation otherwise known as the highway department inn gratulates all those people who par Impaled in last Saturday s volunteer cleanup effort They did one heck of a great job collecting more than JOO hags of yucko stuff from the highways and byways hereatrouts At least tin people local Iv took part in this fine effort h our new park benches were put onto the Memorial Primary playground Thursday By Monday morning they had tx*en stolen Celeste Sulge chairman of the schools PT x playground committee said the tx*n* hes cost something like HJO each and whoever stole them should feel guilty and tiring them bai k Mrs Salge [s a lot more tact ful about her reference to the thieves than some of the rest of us might tx* H*qx* you enjoy the benches jerks Hope vou get something that belongs to you stolen no X ou re mil even a worthwhile thief Why not hit a hank with armed guards arni cameras Prove you re brave Hut y«Hi re not X **u re coward s X t*u come in the night and take children s furniture Wimp' that' what you are lousy little wimps X ou can get la kel> delivered by calling Hug X Meister Pent Control by calling k2a*Mk] cr go by Oakwood Tire Company .md pick up your tickets to a benefit dance hap awning from .♦ p rn to I a rn Satur day May Is at < <>mai County Fairgrounds The tx*nefieiarv of the dante is the pruffosed h mer gem y Children s Mw ter in ( omal County Ok av f«>ik > I et s Tin k and I oil I hr Stmgravs will de the Vt" ami mk thing big lino i *'t is v xt ;x*r camper in advance while folk' who arrive at I Ie* d»«»i will pay $4 Remember ii ig X M* 'ie! wiii deliver th gels and I »akwi«xj I ire has them on hand By tile wav the 2nd Annual * **p' A Robbers Softball Tournamnenl to raise money for the same * just has brought in some IU *»< from ticket sa.* and gilts donated by area merchant* XXe ll list them en toto a little later but thanks to ad to date May ti as ae have notrd bef on is going to tx a lot of tun < lur own X eterans of h oreign War' Post Til* and the l ad * Xu\ diary corn rn **d May a •.« Krt>en to pr«x lawn May I as loyalty Pay Be loyal to your country tly your flag ami tx proud you rt an American N a* ast tx*t it t«x>k something like thus* ax omls of con vtoeing to get litsilge to sign the pox iamatior. He rf have turned down kissing a bally first Motorcycle rulers from across the Hill Country are invited to gather at Walnut Square shopping I enter at ll a rn this coming Sunday there wilt follow a mass march rule in to Austin to protest the mandatory helmet law » ais and pickups are welcome by the way Hikers from all over the Lone star Mate will tie joining in and it does!) t matter it you rule a ru e burrier or some real heavy American metal it you want to show your support for no helmet requirement join in i ait Buddy Faulkner at «>J** iu>4 tatween > and * p m for more information Kirtle Mende. is a politic ally astute man lie reminds us that the lionesses of tti«- New Braunfels Noon I ions contingent have worked every bit as hard some say harder to raise money during last weekend s VA tnt** Cane hay Lions and Lionesses will tx* ait over town this Saturday passing out balloons to kidiots Outfitters vow donation for use of Cypress Bend All the live long day Members of the New Braunfels Historical Railroad and Mode er Society Orville Feder left Norbert Giiies and Bob Baker right work on a new display at the society s depot on West San Antonio Street The group has been working for months remodeling the interior of the old depot and is now developing the tram layout (Photo by Deryl Clark). By DAVID MAY Staff Writer An ordinance designed to derive user fees from outfitters using Cypress Bend Park died on its second reading Monday night because of lack of action by New Braunfels City Council Council did agree to accept cash contributions from the two ma jor concessionaires using the park as a river exit Owners of Hocking K River Hide' and (duad X lajop Mioot have offered cash gifts to the city in the amount of S2cwn> Si 'ax« from Rocking R and Si.'n*) from duad A Lajop Shoot t continue using the park for one of their primary river takeout points In addition the concessionaire" pledged to clean up tra'h around the river and vowed that there would tx* on weekends a wuikie talkie manned by an employee who could summon police if n»x*ded Council did not comment on the suggestion of Howard Spandau owner of Duad X lxx>p shoot and 'peaking on behalf of Rocking R the two heaviest users of shuttle patrons at the municipal facility to tx* sole users of the fan lilly Spandau said th** request would ad dress coni erns about over usage and premature erosion of road and park conditions by shuttle operations Council faded to act on Hie proposed measure because members tx?lieved it would tx- advantageous to accept the outfitters offerings ratner than depend on revenues estimated to net $2 rino or les' and because the ordinance s ad ministrative costs would be a finan vial hindrance to the city .should out fitters choose to lease private land downstream for a takeout point The second reading of the ordinance was tabled by council at its April I meeting to further consider the outfitter' proposition If cost is per person we will definitely go to the other access. Spandau told council The city would definitely go in the hole. he said noting he had t**en offered a site for $1 -ne which he would purchase and 'Uhief to other outfitters wishing to UM* it See CY PRESS Page 2A DPS chase leads to arrest, search Jonas joins Up With People program X Monday evening * flu sr and foot r.e* ended with one lo year old san Antonio youth in custody and off ii iai' on the lookout tor another leva" Department of Public Safety Ir**»fxr Stott Haag 'potted a car that had been reported driving wre* klessiy on Interstate a We got a i .ill that a re* kie" driver wa' driving people off the road llaag 'ani adding that when tnt 'potted the * ar near the Fngle Road exit in the northtxiund lune of Hi » I tried to Mop him and he ran Haag said while* basing the driver tie discovered the weaving car wa' stolen I ta- driver went north on IU ta until tx wa' inside the city limits Near tin* UPS offices the *ar left the highway umped the median and kept on going Haag said Xtte: reaching the accevs road and continuing north the driver turned right on Hilltop then right again into I end 'tree! the ark big oar Haag said apparently when driver realized he had turned into a deadend street he drove through v anis try mg to reu. h the a* * ess road again Tin* vetui ie chase ended when he ran through the wail at Automotive I here wa' a pre? hole iii tile wail and pa!? o! ’ti* w a' 'tit King out the trooper said Both the juvenile driver arni passenger took off running 'aid Haag apprehended the juvei driver in a yard after chasing hut. font (or about *' to , yard' Lo: Loudly shrift s Department ficials arni New Braunfels Police fleers assisted rn the * base hi passenger wa' not apprehend I Im* site X susans I flus J questioned in conia**'t ion chuse Haag said despite Ha* damage to Ha* stolen car and the building the juvenile suffered ofay a small cut The trouper said widen*** in the tar indicated the Inver had tx-en drink mg ti) e ?x*en Uh th* \'.rias a o .ear old New Br aunfels Htgf School graduate has become the firs? local rest den* t* tx* acceptee: in I p XX .th People an internal!*.mal perform mg organization Krs* un f-»r its widely acclaim ***1 in .sh a show I p with People is an international educational and cultural program that en courages understanding among people every where Jonas I ves at Ho Mary Preiss Drive rn New Braunfels and is he son of Karl and Joyce Jonas He g! , : .ated from NBHs in . ok* ll*' I' an Kagie scout and has tx*ei! active in several clubs and organizations He and his . ***I m New it, years a' weeks of one!! rn Xriz tx*gmnmg will travel for lo cast of more than n as many as Jo ditlerent Hint ne' During the tour student' will have a unique education and *ulturu experience learning family have I Br aunt* tor Follow mg t tat ion in IU'* in July Iona months with I * peopl* fn Kevin Jonas at»*ul other people cultures and languages as they live and work with an international cast traveling 52.(«»! miles, stay ing with host families meeting leaders of business industry government ann the arts discussing issues J local na burial and Internationa! im port ant e The Cp with Peep I* show is a dynamic contemporary two hoot n»*^uuction featuring an interna tional cast and band It has per formed rn 4k countries An estimated 14 million people have seen th** show since the groups founding 18 years ago Millions more have seen the show on na bona! television There are (ive international cast' of t p with People each consisting of 125 students and staff from around the world The alo students art- selected from IU,(mo applic ant' tnnualiy and this year represents 28 countries and 41 'tales Although music ut talent is an asset it is not required for a* cep!anc*- into the program See JONAS Paqc z& Vocational grant to help adults,youth find jobs H , SAMAN PUKE Stall Writer New Braunfels IMI' vex adonai training department is on its way to tilling a projected need for qualified local worker* ill th* he nth business anil sere ice industries I fie re is a shortage of people to till the'* jobs said I .eland (*>x NHIM) s vox adonai director l ux and other school administrators met with and talked lo local employers and discovered there is a need (or training potential waiters waitresses nuises aides and sa'es clerks Fmployers dolt t have the time to train ( ox said and instead they want applicants who ar* experienced and ready to go to woi k (’ox said school district officials c flecked w ill the texas employ merit ( ommission to *teter mine the projected need f*»r emplovces 1‘hey considered employers requests to the I F e lur qualified j<*b applicants in tile area including Loma! Guadalupe anti Bexar counties Xft*-r receiving letters from employers utx»ut needs we put together a grant apphca lion to the I ex as I* ducabon Agency to tram in these tin*x* area' he 'aid The grant one of hundreds to land on th** desks at I F A was pro cessed and approved l ux Wa' notified last week that the s* tuxn district wa' g: ante*I v* 278 to fund the job train mg program rh** vocation.*. education expert culled th* grant applicant a joint effort between th* scti*x»l districts vocational department un*! community education department Lox said the input and cooperation of the New Hr aunfels Chauth*! of rummer*** the New Braunfels In dustriai Fournlation and local businesses in cmuing nursing flumes and restaurants were tnv alliable something that makes this different fr**n. bet let care*.* i The at ' it s not , or ail agt ur rent Iv gihie tor mu* enr the ( o til ie-pi* most jot) training programs i low income people and st ' t said He adde*f that persons * in another school are not ell gram line particular group we want to concert Irate on is p«**»ple tx’tween to Mi years old who want to start to wink and don t have the jot) training he said adding that the program is perfect foi women whose children have grown up arui left home When those women flax** the time and in terest in joining Hie work force the program ut fers them training and help finding a job tinc t* the Ho to loo inst rut turn hours are completed The training program could also bt* txmebcia! to persons who would Uke to perform stude outi I bt* nurses , h*' * ox * to furnisi. training sales cb*!,, ba <** classroom at th* Nev Students w *il it arr and handle * us?' no acquire some has method' in differ* n will study basic orga Before arn Mud*' ope ce TWAINsNcj Page JA Hydro financing on N BU agenda CCSCT board votes to retain 'community' I The Menu CLASSIFIED ..(MIB COMICS......... CROSSWORD SB DEAR ABBY ..... .....SB I EDUCATION...... .....IA KALEIDOSCOPE.. ... MB OPINIONS 4A SPORTS........... lh** New Braunfels I butles Ixia rd of director' w ill consul**! approx mg a resolution for financing Hie proposed ( anyon Dam hydroelectric project during its Thursday meeting Boti Satin NIU general manager 'aul the res*ilutloii details Hie terms of financing the project estimated to cost more than $12 million We re not approving the sale of bonds." tie said "This is the preliminary document to that We re not near that Sohn said the board is expected to consider approving a txirul sale in May to finance Hie hydroelectric pro je*l The project on the drawing board for more than six veals is ex peeled to delivei megawatt.' of electricity to Ne.* Bi aunt* us residents annually ait* ! construc tion is completed Ciuadalupe Blan* o R < Xuthonty oUicials art* pusfung i*m -nstrucbon to tx'gin as soon .1' juts i n I*) meet a schedule which calls t iii asb* reduction in outflow fron Hit dam next winter During utx*ut a bo day per uh! of construction water will have to tx* pumped uvei the dam into Hi** (iuadalupe River according to the river author tty s plans Sohn said today the SBI tioardwili probably author ize a tx*n*1 lie in late May aft* i a bid ten construebon con trai tors has been .iw ai*1***1 Ile said the tK»n*i market (las tx*en high dur mg recent week' witti interest rates Umping out at h percent but those rates have now stabilized Xtniut last w**ek blat trenu went bu* k down again tie 'alii Sohn ail d**d that finance experts are p red ic ting Unit! rates will tumble Indow 8 percent It ll tx great it tries vet ba* k under 7 percent he said Jim i ixiksey i.BKX' controller said the river authority has spent mort* than $4 > million on th** hydro project since 1x81 He said almost $2 5 million has lx*en accumulated in earned interest making the net pro Vee NSU Page 2A The Community Council of South Central Texas will stay the Community Council following a unanimous vole by the board of directors Tuesday to keep Hi* name Ann Bartholomew ( ohio c ooh tv s representative to th* hoard, told the board there is some cornu Mon locally because the council s name is so similar to that of th* Community Service! enter Sometimes I feel that a lot of bines we worry abut our little fiefdoms Bartholomew said Soc told Hi** hoard during it' quarterly meeting at the Senior Citizens Center that sh** recently met with the Community Service ( enter director •one of their mtsunderstan dings wa' that thev tfiought we were getting some of the dona turns meant for them because our Vee CCSCT Page2A ;