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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 2, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas H»rak1 /©itung photo by MichMl Dftrnall Nolan Ryan arrIvaa al Oman# Hall on Saturday night to oalabraH Ma 50th birthday. Among thoae achadulad to attand tho birthday baah was Gov. George W. Buah. Ryan, who boldo numarous Major Laagua pitching records, now aorvaa on tho Texas Parka and Wildlife Commlaalon. Opinion...................  4A Comics................................... 4B Sports Day...............................1-2B Marketplace..................... 5-12B lirthdiy wisttos front tho HorakS-Zoftung! The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to: Seth Sturm, Otto Hoffman, Phil Massier, Palga Foyt, Howard Shute (60 years old), Larry Dougherty, any Torraa (30 yarn old, alated), Nicholas Timmerman 2 years old), Katherine Stewart (1 year old, Monday), Mark Coto (Saturday) Jack L Wilson Carlos ChoMco (Monday) Happy anniversary wishes go to: Batty and Clarence Rust 47 ysars), Randy and Kay tost (14 ysars), Calvin and Libby Schnsktor (30 ysars) To have a birthday or arriver' aary listed here, call 625-9144.InsideRepublican Family Club to meat The Republican Family Club of Comal County will hold its -ebruary meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, at the New Braunfels Christian Churel) Fellowship Hall on North Loop 337. Joy Streater. Comal County Clerk, will be featured speaker She will speak about county government. The pubic is invited to attend. Families are welcomeNawComor Club moots Tuosday The Newcomers club will meet 9:30 a rn. Tuesday at the Senior Center. 1997 dues of $6 are due March 1.MothGv's Club invites future Aggies Comal County A&M Mother s Club invites all students interested in attending Texas A&M to a meeting Thursday at 7 p.m. at the New Braunfels High School Cafeteria Please enter from the stadium side A representative from the Financial aid office at A&M will be present as well as local Aggies to answer questions. For More information, 0811626-2637February Holidays to Im eMtiM The Unitarian Universalists will have an Eclectic Celebration of February Holidays 7:30 p m Wednesday at the Faith United Church of Christ, 970 North Loop 337. Come celebrate your favorite February holiday with stories, songs, poetry, food or whatever.Ufo Aftor Loos life After Loss is a group support program of the American Cancer Society designed to help bereaved people better understand the grief process. their emotions and how to cope Hospice New Braunfels is pleased to offer this special sup port group for community members who are living with grief The two-hour sessions will meet from 2 to 4 p m every Wednes day for five weeks from Jan 29 to Feb. 26 There is no charge for these classes Please cal 625-7500 for more information.■coelomic forecast seminar Friday New Braunfels Title Co wil sponsor a seminar on the New Braunfels area's economic forecast from 9 to 11 a rn Jan 31 at the Holiday Inn Travis Tullos and Jon Hockenyos o Texas Perspectives Inc will give the presentation For information or reservations call New Braunfels Title Co at 625-7553 or stop by any o their three Comal County offices in Canyon Lake and New Braunfels.Project Graduation meeting plenned The New Braunfels High School Project Graduation Committee for the class of 1997 is having its first plan ning meeting 5 p m Thursday in the teachers conference room. Parents of graduating seniors, and juniors, are encouraged to attend For information call 625-2637 New Braunfels i<inos) I 0/ 22./7 SO*urn 262/ I--. YAH IIH I >lK Heralu SUNDAY $1.00 22 pages in too sections ■ Sunday, February 2, 1997 Serving the Comal County area for more than 145 years ■ Home oi Howard Shute Vol 145. No 58 Public asked to help with superintendent search By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer Local teachers, administrators, parents and taxpayers will have an opportunity Wednesday and Thursday to voice the characteristics, qualities and qualifications they would like to see in a new superintendent for the New Braunfels Independent School District. Search consultant Don Kil- lough, with the Texas Association of School Boards, said sessions will be held throughout the day Wednesday and Thursday with various groups. Killough said the meetings are open to anyone, and members of the public may want to find a group they feel comfortable with. “What we really want to accomplish is to give everyone who wants to a chance to have input," said Killough. “We don’t Schedule of Superinten dent Profile Sessions / 2A want anyone to feel left out of the process." The search is to find a replacement for Charles Bradlx*rry, who left the district .Jan. I to la* the superintendent of Keller Independent School District. Retired superintendent Tom Moseley was hired in December to serve as interim superintendent until a permanent replacement could la* found. Killough said there are four basic questions the groups will be asked regarding a suitable replacement. The first asks those present to explain why a superintendent would want to come to New Braunfels. “That gives us a better feel for the district," Killough said. “That helps because we’re going to he talking with candidates about the school and the community.” Next, the group is asked to name some of the problems facing the district and the professional characteristics wanted in a replacement. The last question. which Killough said is just important as the professional traits, is what personal qualities are wanted. Turn to Superintendent, Page 2A The Rvan Evenness turns 50 USD to study growth By DENISE DZIUK Stall Writer Water authorities still working on deal By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer The Guadalupe-Bianco River Authority and the Canyon Regional Water Authority are still hammering out an agreement which would allow CRWA to provide northern Bexar C,ounty with 5,200 acre feet of water per year. If approved, it would be the first inter-basin water transfer out of the nine county OBRA district, which includes Guadalupe, Comal and Hays counties. “We are just sitting down and reading it,” Davenport said. “We will send comments before the Feb. 19 GBRA Ism rd meeting.” The water authority will have its next meeting Feb. IO. The contract would In* part of a pipeline which would start at CRWA’s l^ake Dunlap treatment plant and go along a route between Interstate 36 and FM 78. The pipeline would end at a tank owned by the Bexar Metropolitan Water District (BMW!)! Atween Converse and Windcrest in northern Bexar County. That is the controversial (Milt of the contract," Davenport said, referring to the inter basin t ransfer of water. “Everyone in the region is scared. The problem is it is setting up a direction in which San Antonio comes in. They (GBRA I are trying to make up their minds and trying to deal with it.” The pipeline would provide water to the cities of Marion, Schertz ami Cibolo, the Green Valley Special Utility District, the East Central Water Supply Corp. and tin* Bexar Metropolitan Water District (.’HWA currently has a contract with (I BRA to provide 1,740 acre feet of water per year from I .ake I kinlap to suppliers in (luadalupe County. Those suppliers are the Green Valley Special Utility District, Fast Central Water Supply Corp., Springs Hill Water Supply (’orp. and the Crystal (’lear Wa ter Supply Corp. Turn to Authorities Page 2A The Comal Independent School District’s liong-Range Facilities Planning (’ommittee (LRPC) will hold its first meeting 'Tuesday to discuss how to deal with future growth. Superintendent Jerry Mtyor suid the 1997 committee is being formed lo help provide insight to the boa rd of trustees on how to deal with the increasing number of students enrolling in the district. There are currently more than 9,000 students enrolled in (’ISI), and that number is expecter! to jump to 11,000 in three years, and $14,(KM) in six years. “We want to present the information we have to the committee, and let them analyze it mu! let them make a recommendation to the board," Major said . He said the first meeting will Is* informational. The committee will Im* given a time line, district information and projections. 'Hie committee will meet alxxit eight to 12 times, and will he asked to have a report ready for the Ixmrd in May. “We’ll ask tin* committee to have something for the ixuird in May,” Major said. “It will spell out where we need to go.” Major said the district has invited roughly 120 individuals who have Helved on jiast committees or expressed interest to attend the meeting. Major also said that the meeting iH o|x*n to anyone in the district. “Anylxxly is welcomed to come, and we’ll certainly listen to them," said Major. The first meeting for the 1997 DRIV will Im* at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Arian Seay Intermediate School cafeteria. 'The school is located at 20911 Highway 46 West in Spring Branch. Tile pule lic is invited to attend. Tavern gone, but not forgotten By ABE LEVY Staff Writer Barry's Underpass Batoon was the perfect piece to meet with friend* over a tow drinks. Here, form left, front, Bryan Ptoch, Keith Wetdner, Staton Voget, Leonard Hank, Russell Hughes and, back, Crag Widgeon, Bubba Pentermuehi, Carlton Soechtlng, Grog Krueger end Gary Hank savor cigars over a gems of dominoes In I960. Ten minutes after finding a table at Barry’s Under Pass Saloon, Jana, who was then 26 years old, was asked to dance. Little did she know the man who asked for a dance, Scott Humphrey, would later propose marriage that led to their wedding six months later. “We didn’t leave each other’s side ever Mina*,” recalls Jana, now 30 and a local hairdresser, who used to hang out at the popular bar on Seguin Avenue near Busi ness 36. The days when Barry’s was the site for many couples' first meeting are now finished, as the local hang-out spot was sold last month to the owners of Centex Office Plus, who plan to expand their operation. Tin* bar, situated on one acre of property, served as the “Cheers" of New Braunfels ever since a 19-year-old Bally Jaroszewski decided to buy the former drive-in convenience store in 1976. Jaroszewski, now manager of Alamo Concrete Products, said he bought the building with a $.r>(),(MM) loan as las first real veil ture into New Braunfels’ business community. After earning a scholarship to play football at Sam Houston State University, the 230-pound tight end told his coaches he was quitting to start a bar business. “In my mind I was going to Is* a coach because I was always into basketball and track," he said. He said his inspiration stemmed from his mother, Anita, 6*2, who has worked in the fixxj-service industry all her life, including Schwamkmg’s (lardens Turn to Tavern, Page 2AEndangered Species Act tool for protecting aquifer. See    4A ;